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Página 230 - in such a fashion so as to enable every citizen to realize his birthright of health and longevity. I look to see health centers, local district foci for the co-ordination of every
Página 132 - may be discharged, in accordance with the law relating to the discharge of insolvent debtors, but his liability to pay the judgment shall not be affected thereby. Instead of committing the father to jail, or as a condition of his release from jail, the court may commit him to the custody of a probation officer upon
Página 285 - that frontal attacks will soon again become practicable. PROGRESS IN STANDARDS OF CHILD LABOR LEGISLATION Raymond G. Fuller, Director of Publicity, National Child Labor Committee, New York The committee on Standards of Living and Labor of the National Conference of
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Página 336 - These changes have been long in preparation and are, in part, the result of world-wide forces of reorganization incident to the age of steam production and large-scale industry, and, in part, the result of the closing of the period of the colonization of the West. The
Página 336 - transformations through which the United States is passing in our own day are so profound, so far-reaching, that it is hardly an exaggeration to say that we are witnessing the birth of a new nation in America These changes have been long in preparation and are, in part, the result of world-wide forces of reorganization incident to the age of steam production and
Página 132 - liable for the expenses of the mother's pregnancy and confinement. The obligations of the parents to support the child under the laws for the support of poor relatives apply to children born out of wedlock, and this obligation is not discharged by complying
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Página 510 - To see that the recruiting does not disturb the labor markets of the two countries; particularly, that the wages should not be less than those paid in the country of immigration, and that workers, recruited, should not arrive on the occasion of strikes or lock-outs. e) Contracts signed in the country of emigration shall be