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Legislation for Inebriates in England, with special reference to the Act of 1898

  • William Cotton (a1)
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In view of the fact that a considerable amount of confusion exists in the mind of the profession as regards recent legislation for inebriates, I have ventured to bring this somewhat dry-as-dust subject before the readers of the Journal of Mental Science.

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Report and Evidence of Select Committee on the Treatment of Inebriates, 1872 (out of print).
Report and Evidence of Departmental Committee on the Treatment of Inebriates 1893.
General Regulations for the Management and Discipline of Certified Inebriate Reformatories.
Circular Letter from the Home Office to the Clerks to the Justices, December, 1898.
The Nineteen Annual Reports of the Inspector of Retreats under the Inebriates Acts, 1879 to 1898.
Forms of request for reception into retreat, request for retention or re-admission, discharge, leave of absence, and statutory declaration, under the Inebriates Acts, 1879 to 1899.
Inebriates Act, 1898. Parliamentary Return, August 6th, 1900.
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Legislation for Inebriates in England, with special reference to the Act of 1898

  • William Cotton (a1)
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