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foot of each Report; and the Figures at the end of the line, refer to the MS. Paging of the Volumes arranged for The House of Commons.
HABITUAL OFFENDERS, &c. (SCOTLAND):
[c. 7753.] Report from the Departmental Committee on Habitual Offenders, Vagrants, Beggars, Inebriates, and Juvenile Delinquents. p. 1
✓ [c. 7753-1.] Minutes of Evidence, with Appendix and Index.
DEPARTMENTAL COMMITTEE ON HABITUAL OFFENDERS, INEBRIATES, &c.
HABITUAL OFFENDERS, VAGRANTS, BEGGARS, INEBRIATES,
[THE MINUTES OF EVIDENCE, APPENDICES, AND INDEX
Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty.
MAIN FEATURES OF INQUIRY.
A.-HABITUAL PETTY OFFENDERS apprehended, convicted, fined, or imprisoned for (1) Drunkenness, accompanied by incapacity or disorderly conduct; (2) Breaches of the Peace and Petty Assaults; (3) Prostitution; (4) Vagrancy and Begging; (5) Petty Thefts, with Sentences of 14 days
B.-VAGRANTS, BEGGARS, TINKERS, and GIPSIES.-Their habits and mode of living. Experience in other countries.
C.-HABITUAL DRUNKARDS OF POORER CLASSES seldom or never coming under cognisance of the police-The Habitual Drunkards Act, 1879, and the Inebriates Act of 1888-Procedure antecedent to admission to Licensed Retreats-The element of compulsion-Maintenance by friends, Church, philanthropic, or other agencies-Period and conditions of detention in Licensed Houses or Retreats-Experience in other countries.
D. WELL-TO-DO HABITUAL DRUNKARDS.-Habitual Drunkards Act, 1879, and
E. RESULT OF DETENTION OF VOLUNTARY INEBRIATES AND HABITUAL PETTY OFFENDERS in Asylums, Homes, Shelters, licensed and unlicensed, in this country-Period of detention-Employment-Maintenance.