Bulletin of State Institutions [under the Board of Control]., Volume 17

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Board of Control of State Institutions, 1915
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Página 44 - A wise old owl lived in an oak; The more he saw the less he spoke; The less he spoke the more he heard. Why can't we all be like that wise old bird?
Página 34 - Although it be a known thing subscribed by all, that the foetus assumes its original and birth from the male and female, and consequently that the .egge is produced by the cock and henne, and the chicken out of the egge...
Página 338 - ... control, while private organizations should seek development in directions that are more experimental, require more temporary care, are more unusual In their application or are carried on with the co-operation of the families benefited.
Página 342 - ... more warning for the removal of a boy than the woman does who is in charge of a girl; the reasons for removal do not appear to be, and actually are not as urgent in nature as those in a girl's case. It is our purpose to select our families so carefully, and with such concern for the special fitness of the particular children to the particular homes selected that the caring families, under the oversight of our visitors, will be generally responsible for the training of the children received. It...
Página 85 - July, annually thereafter, every person who produces, imports, manufactures, compounds, deals in, dispenses, sells, distributes, or gives away...
Página 85 - ... or their salts in one fluid ounce or if a solid preparation, in one avoirdupois ounce, nor to plasters, liniments and ointments for external use only.
Página 34 - And here the assumption to which we seem driven by the ensemble of the evidence, is, that sperm-cells and germ-cells are essentially nothing more than vehicles in which are contained small groups of the physiological units in a fit state for obeying their proclivity towards the structural arrangement of the species they belong to.
Página 339 - ... institutions of the Department of Public Charities of the City of New York, I think it will be conceded that it has been established: I. That the type of children's institutions and the character of service rendered by them to the little ones entrusted to their care, varies greatly. Probable Result: Good institutions, indifferent institutions, and decidedly bad and useless institutions. II. Children, in a number of institutions, are not receiving adequate medical, surgical, and dental service....
Página 142 - ... weighing of all the evidence which any reputable method of examination and weighing can furnish. The Binet tests assume the twelve year mental age as the upper limit of feeble-mindedness because observation and test showed that people of any higher intelligence are usually able to float in society. And, after all, the ability of a man to earn a living, to maintain himself independently in the station of life in which he is born is the one supreme test of mental normality. If a man can secure...
Página 90 - The way to educate a man is to set him to work ; the way to get him to work is to interest him; the way to interest him is to vitalize his task by relating it to some form of reality.

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