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JAN TO 1910
IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES,
April 10, 1906. Resolved, That there be printed and bound in cloth for the use of the State Department one thousand copies of the report on “Children's courts in the United States,” House Document 701, Fifty-eighth Congress, second session, with additional pages giving a revised list of the States which have adopted juvenile courts and probation laws. Attest:
CHARLES G. BENNETT, Secretary.
JUVENILE COURT LAWS: