1 90 THE INFANT LIFE PROTECTION ACTS, 1905 to 1935 Infant Life Protection Act of 1905, 5 Edw. 7 No. 19 Amended by State Children Act of 1911, 2 Geo. 5 No. 11 Infant Life Protection Act Amendment Act of 1918, 9 Geo. 5 No.9 Infant Life Protection Act Amendment Act of 1921, 12 Geo.5 No. 18 Infant Life Protection Act Amendment Act of 1927, 18 Geo.5 No.8 Infant Life Protection Acts Amendment Act of 1935, 26 Geo. 5 No.6 Maintenance Act of 1949, s. 3, Sch., 13 Geo. 6 No. 53 An Act to Make Better Provision for the Protection of Infant Life, and for other purposes [Assented to 18 December 1905] PART I-PRELIMINARY 1. Short title and commencement. This Act may be cited as "The Infant Life Protection Act of 1905," and shall commence and take effect on and from the first day of January, one thousand nine hundred and six. The collective title is the Infant Life Protection Acts, 1905 to 1935; Act of 1935, 26 Geo. 5 No.6, s. I. 2. Parts of Act. This Act is divided into Parts, as follows: PART I-PRELIMINARY; PART II-NURSING HOMES; PART III-AI)(WTION OF INFANTS; PART IV-ILLEGITIMATE INFANTS; PART V-GENERAL. 3. Repeal. Part VIn of "The Health Act of 1900" is repealed. The Health Act of Sec now Health Acts, 1937 to 1962, title HEALTH. 4. Interpretation. Va. No. 1198, s. 3. In this Act, unless the context otherwise indicates- "Director"-The Director State Children Department appointed under "The State Children Act of 1911"; "Minister" means the Home Secretary or other Minister of the Crown charged for the time being with the administration of this Act; "Nursing Home" means a house registered as a nursing home under this Act; "Regulations" means regulations made under this Act; "Relatives" means and includes parents, grandparents, and uncles and aunts by consanguinity or affinity, and in the case of illegitimate infants means and includes the persons who would be so related if the infant were legitimate;
2 INFANT LIFE PROTECTION ACTS, 1905 TO 1935 ss "This Act" means this Act and any regulations made thereunder. As amended by Act of 1918, 9 Geo. 5 No.9, s. 2. St3te Children Acts, 1911 to 1955, see p. 99, post. Va. No. 1198, s. 3, in this Act is the Infant Life Protection Act, 1890, of Victoria, now repealed. The only provision in this section resembling any provision in s. 3 of that Act was the former definition of "Commissioner." Save as therein expressly provided, nothing in the State Children Acts, 1911 to 1955, is to repeal or prejudicially affect anything in this Act. See s. 5 (1) of that Act. PART II-NURSING HOMES 5. Application of Act. 64 Vic. No.9, s This Part of this Act shall not extend to- (a) The relatives or lawful guardians of any infant retained or received by such relatives or guardians; (b) Any person receiving any infant for the purpose of nursing or maintaining such infant under the provisions of any Act relating to State children; ( c) Any person exempted for the time being from the operation of this Act by special order of the Minister. As amended by the State Children Act of 1911, 2 Geo. 5 No.1!, s. 5; see p. 102, post. The Health Act of 1900, 64 Vic. No.9. See now Health Acts, 1937 to 1962, title HEALTH. The State Children Acts, 1911 to 1955, p. 99, post, relates to State children. With regard to the application of this Act to children in respect of whom adoption orders have been made under the Adoption of Children Acts, 1935 to 1952, see s. 17 of those Acts, p. 67, ante. 6. (1) Nursing homes and occupiers to be registered. Va. No. 1198, s. 4. Subject to this Act, no person shall retain in or receive into his care or charge any infant under the age of six years for the purpose of nursing or maintaining such infant apart from its parents for a longer period than forty-eight hours unless such person is registered as the occupier of a house, and such house is also registered as a nursing home under this Act. (2) Payments to be periodical. In any case in which payment or reward is made in respect of any such infant such payment or reward shall not be made otherwise than by way of periodical instalments, and no such instalment shall be paid for more than four weeks in advance or exceed the sum of twenty shillings per week. (3) The Director or a district inspector of the State Children Department may receive payment of any sum in advance for the keep and care of any child in a nursing home, and may payout such money in monthly instalments not exceeding the instalments limited by the next preceding subsection. In case of the death of the infant, any sum unexpended after payment of funeral expenses shall be returned to the person entitled to receive the same. Amended by Act of 1921, 12 Geo. 5 No. 18, s. 2; Act of 1927, 18 Geo. 5 No.8, s.2; Act of 1935, 26 Geo. 5 No.6, s. 2. Ad referred to: The Infant Life Protection Act, 1890, of Victoria, Va. No. 1198, s.4, now repealed. For penalty for infringements of this section, see s. 23. See also s. 18. Nursing homes appear to be "institutions" for purposes of the State Children Acts, 1911 to 1955, p. 99, post, and children therein to be State children. See s. 4 of that Act.
3 92 CHILDREN Vol.oJ 7. Manner of registration. Va. No. 1198, s.5. The Director shall cause a register to be kept in which shall be entered the name of every person who applies to be registered and to have his house registered as a nursing home under this Act, and the situation of such nursing home, together with the maximum number of children that may be nursed therein, and with such other particulars as may be required by the regulations. Every such registration shall, unless cancelled under this Act, remain in force until the thirty-first day of December next following the making thereof, and no longer unless the same is renewed. Registrations may be renewed during the month of December in which the same expire. All such renewed registrations shall take effect from the first day of January next ensuing, and shall, unless cancelled under this Act, remain in force for one year. No fee shall be payable for any registration or renewed registration. The officer in whose charge such register is kept shall give to the person registering a certificate under his hand of such registration or renewal, which shall in all matters be prima facie evidence of such registration or renewal. Such certificate shall disclose the maximum number of infants permitted to be kept in such home. As amended by Act of 1918, 9 Geo. 5 No.9, s. 2 (I). For provisions consequent upon this amendment, see also ibid., s. 2 (2), (3), 1936 Reprint, Vol. I, p Va. No. 1198, s. 5, in this Act is the Infant Life Protection Act, 1890, of Victoria, now repealed. With the concluding paragraph, cf. s Director may refuse to register. Va. No. 1198, s.8. The Director may refuse to register any person applying for registration, or to renew any registration, unless he is satisfied that the applicant is of good character and able to properly nurse and maintain any infants in his care or charge. The Director may refuse to register or renew the registration of any nursing home, unless he is satisfied that the house is suitable for the purpose and is situated in a suitable locality. As amended by Act of 1918, 9 Geo.5 No.9, s. 2 (I). For provisions consequent upon this amendment, see also ibid., s. 2 (2), (3), 1936 Reprint, Vol. I, p.684. Va. No in this Act is the Infant Life Protection Act, 1890, of Victoria, now repealed. Registrations may be cancelled under ss. 1 I, Roll of nursing home. Va. No. 1198, s.9. (1) Every registered person shall keep at the nursing home a roll, in which he shall immediately enter the name, sex, and age of each infant retained in or received into his care or charge. He shall immediately also enter in such roll opposite the name of each infant the date when such infant was so retained or received, and the full names and places of residence and occupations of its parents, and of the person by whom such infant was left or from whom it was received, and, if such last-mentioned person is a married woman, the full name and the occupation of her husband, and also particulars of the periodical payments, if any, to be made in respect of such infant and by whom they are to be made. In case of default in the making of any such periodical payment, he shall also, within three days after the same became due, give written notice in prescribed form to the Director of the fact of such default.
4 INFANT LIFE PROTECTION ACTS, 1905 TO 1935 ss (2) If any such infant is removed from such nursing home, whether before or after attaining the age of six years, such registered person shall immediately after such removal enter in such roll the date of such removal and the full name and place of residence and occupation of the person by whom such infant was removed. (3) Every registered person shall cause the person from whom an infant is received, or by whom an infant is removed, to sign such entry, and shall forward to the Director a copy of each such entry within three days after the reception or removal of each infant. ( 4) He shall at all times produce such roll forthwith upon demand by any authorised officer of the State Children Department or any member of the police force of the rank of acting sergeant or of higher rank, who may examine and peruse the same and, if he thinks proper, retain it. As amended by Act of 1918,9 Geo. 5 No.9, s. 2; Act of 1927, 18 Geo.5 No.8, s.2; Act of 1935, 26 Geo. 5 No.6, s.3. For provisions consequent upon the amendment made by Act of see also ibid.. s. 2 (2), (3), 1936 Reprint, Vol. 1, p Va. No in this Act is the Infant Life Protection Act, 1890, of Victoria, now repealed. A penalty for infringement of this section is prescribed by s Duty and responsibility of registered person. It shall be the duty of every registered person to provide every infant, while in his care or charge, with proper and sufficient food, nursing, and attention, and with all other necessaries of life, and to keep every part of the nursing home at all times in a fit and proper state for the reception of infants, and to do, observe, and carry out all the acts, requirements, and directions prescribed by this Act or by any order of the Director in relation to the nursing home. And the Director is hereby empowered to make any such order having for its object the effectual execution of the foregoing provisions. And every registered person shall be held responsible not only for his own acts or default in relation to the nursing home, but also for any act or default of any member of his family or of any person employed by him at or in connection with the nursing home. As amended by Act of 1918, 9 Geo.5 No.9, s. 2 (1). For provisions consequent upon this amendment. see ibid., s. 2 (2), (3), 1936 Reprint. Vol. I, p A penalty for infringement is prescribed by s. 23. With the first stipulation of this section, cf. the Children's Protection Acts, 1896 to s. I. p. 72. anti!, and the Criminal Code. s title CRIMINAL LAW. 11. Cancellation of registration. If at any time it is made to app;:;ar to the Director, State Children Department, that any registered person has been guilty of neglecting any infant in his care or charge, or is incapable of providing any such infant with proper food or attention, or that the nursing home is unfit for the reception or retention of infants, or if for any other reason it appears to the Director desirable so to do, he may cancel the registration of such home and order the immediate removal of such infants from such nursing home to the care of the State Children Department, which shall then be charged with their care as State children. Substituted by Act of 1921, 12 Geo.5 No. 18, s. 3. With the last stipulation of this section, cf. the eltcct of the State Children Acts, 1911 to 1955, s. 19, p.!o5. post.
5 Y4 CHILDREN Vol If periodical payments cease, Director to deal with child. If any person who has placed an infant in a nursing home ceases for the space of four consecutive weeks to make the payments, if any, arranged for with the keeper of the nursing home, the Director, on receipt of notice thereof from the keeper of such nursing home, shall deal with such child in the method provided for by the preceding section. As amended by Act of Geo. 5 No.9, s. 2 (I); Act of Geo.5 No.8. s. 2. For provisions consequent upon the amendment made by Act of see also ibid.. s. 2 (2). (3) Reprint, Vol. 1, p Notice to be given of death of infant; inquest to be held, and report made to Home Secretary. Va. No. 1198, s.12. Every registered person shall, within twenty-four hours after the death of an infant in his care or charge, give or cause to be given notice thereof to the police officer in charge of the nearest police station, and thereupon an inquest shall be held. The justice of the peace holding such inquest shall inquire not only into the immediate cause of death, but into all such circumstances as may throw any light upon the treatment and condition of the infant during life, and also into any other matters in his opinion requiring investigation in the interests of public justice; and such justice after holding such inquest shall report to the Minister the cause of death, and shall in such report make such remarks with respect to the matter as to him seem fit. No infant dying while in the care or charge of a registered person shall (unless such infant is the child of such person) be buried without the production of a certificate under the hand of such justice authorising such burial. Va. No is the Infant Life Protection Act, 1890, of Victoria, now repealed. A penalty for infringements of this section is prescribed by s. 23. See also s. 18. Compare the effect of the Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages Act of title STATISTICS. Generally. in connexion with inquests. see the Coroners Act of title JUSTICES. 14. Inspection. Va. No. 1198, s.7. The Director or any member of the police force authorised by him, or any inspector appointed for the purposes of this Act, accompanied, if thought desirable, by a legally qualified medical practitioner, may from time to time, subject to the regulations, inspect any nursing home and all infants therein. Such inspection shall take place not less than once in every three months. As amended by Act of 1918, 9 Geo.5 No.9. s. 2 (I). For provisions consequent upon this amendment, see also ibid., s. 2 (2). (3) Reprint. Vol. I. p.684. Va. No. 1I9R in this Act is the Infant Life Protection Act. 1890, of Victoria, now repealed. PART III-ADOPTION OF INFANTS 15. Repealed. as from 9 November 1957 (Proclamation Gazette 9 November p. 1033) by 26 Geo. 5 No.6. s. 4. PART IV-ILLEGITIMATE INFANTS 16. Repealed by the Maintenance Act of 1949, 13 Geo.6 No. 53. s. 3, and Schedule, see title MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE. 17. Notice of birth or death of illegitimate infants. Va. No. 1198, ss. 18, 19. (1) The occupier of every house or place in which an illegitimate infant is born shaii, within three days after the birth of such child, give notice thereof in writing to the district registrar or an assistant district registrar of births and deaths for the district.
6 INFANT LIFE PROTECTION ACTS, 1905 TO 1935 ss (2) The occupier of every house or place in which an illegitimate infant under the age of six years dies. or to which the body of an illegitimate infant who has died under the age of six years is brought. shall. within twenty-four hours after the death of such infant or the reception of its body. give notice in writing of such death to the district registrar or an assistant district registrar of births and deaths for the district. (3) But if such house or place is not situated within any city or town then such notice may be given either to the district registrar or an assistant district registrar. or to the officer in charge of the nearest police station. and may be given at any time within one week after the birth or death of such infant or the reception of its body. as the case may be. (4) If the occupier of such house or place is the mother of the new born infant. such notice may be given at any time within three weeks after the birth of the infant. (5) If any notice under this section is sent by post. it shall be posted at such time as to allow it in ordinary course of post to be delivered within the time hereinbefore specified. (6) Nothing in this section shall be construed to impose any liability on such occupier if the Court is of opinion that such occupier did not believe the illegitimate infant to be illegitimate. (7) Nothing in this section shall be construed to repeal or otherwise affect- (a) The provisions of "The Registration of Births Deaths and Marriages Act of 1855; or (b) The provisions of this Act hereinbefore contained. whereby persons registered under this Act are required to give notice of the death of infants in their care or charge. (8) Any person who knowingly fails to inform the occupier of any house or place in which an illegitimate child is born, or in which an illegitimate child under the age of six years dies. that such child is illegitimate shall be guilty of an offence against this Act. (9) Any district registrar. assistant district registrar. or officer of police who receives notice as aforesaid of the birth or death of an illegitimate child shall forthwith notify the Director in writing of the receipt by him of such notice together with the particulars thereof. As amended by Act of 1921, 12 Geo. 5 No. 18, s. 6; amended by Act of 1935, 26 Geo. 5 No.6, s.6. Acts referred to: See now Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages Act of 1962, title STATISTICS. Va. No is the Infant Life Protection Act, 1890, of Victoria, now repealed. PART V-GENERAL 18. Offenders against this Act not to be registered. Va. No. 1198, s. 13. The name of every person convicted of any offence against this Act shall, if such person is registered under this Act. be at once removed from the register. and the registration of every such person and of the nursing home of such person shall be thereby cancelled. No person convicted of- (a) Retaining in or receiving into his care or charge any infant under the age of six years contrary to any provision of this Act; or
7 96 CHILDREN Vol. 4 (b) Neglecting to give notice of the death of an infant as required by this Actshall at any time thereafter be registered under this Act. As amended by Act of 1935, 26 Qeo. 5 No.6, s.7. Va. No is the Infant Life Protection Act, 1890, of Victoria, now repealed. Compare ss. 8, I I. 19. Forgery of certificate, etc. Va. No. 1198, s. 10. Any person who makes any false representation, or forges any certificate, or makes use of any forged certificate knowing it to be forged, with intent to obtain the registration either of such person or of any other person under this Act, or falsifies any roll kept in pursuance of this Act, or furnishes false particulars of any matter which is required to be entered in such roll, or to be otherwise furnished under this Act, shall be guilty of an offence against this Act. In any prosecution under this Act a copy of or any extract from any entry in the register kept by the Director, purporting to be signed by the Director, shall against the defendant be prima facie evidence of the facts therein stated. As amended by Act of 1918, 9 Qeo.5 No.9, s. 2 (I). For provisions con sequent upon this amendment, see also s. 2 (2), (3). Infant Life Protection Act, 1890, of Victoria, Va. No. I I 98, now repealed. 20. Inspectors, etc. The Governor in Council may appoint such inspectors and other persons as may be necessary to carry out the provisions of this Act. 21. Regulations. Va. No. 1198, s. 6. The Governor in Council may from time to time make regulations for all or any of the following purposes:- (i) The mode in which applications for registration under this Act shall be made and effected; (ii) The registers to be kept under this Act, and where the same shall respectively be kept; (iii) The particulars to be entered in the registers, and rolls to be kept under this Act in addition to those hereinbefore required, and the method of keeping and verifying such registers and rolls; (iv) The receipt, expenditure, and disposal of money by the Director or any district inspector of the State Children Department or other person; (v) Arranging nursing homes into classes in such manner as seems fit, and fixing the maximum number of infants to be retained in or received into nursing homes of any particular class; (vi) Enforcing drainage and the provision of sanitary conveniences for nursing homes; the cleansing and limewashing at stated times of the premises; promoting cleanliness and ventilation therein; enforcing the giving of notices and the taking of precautions in the case of any disease likely to affect the infants; and generally for the good conduct of nursing homes; (vii) The recovery from the persons legally responsible therefor of the costs of maintenance, clothing, and medical attendance;
8 INFANT UFE PROTECTION ACTS, 1905 TO 1935 ss (viii) Regulating the inspection from time to time of nursing homes and infants; (ix) Generally, for giving effect to this Act. Such regulations may impose a penalty not exceeding twenty-five pounds for any breach of the same. All such regulations shall be published in the Gazette, and shall thereupon have the same effect as if they were enacted in this Act. As amended by Act of 1927, 18 Oeo.5 No.8, s.2. Infant Life Protection Act, 1890, of Victoria, Va. No. 1198, now repealed. 22. Search warrant. Va. No. 1198, s.21. If it be made to appear to any justice of the peace by complaint on oath that there is reason to believe that any person is offending against this Act in any house or premises, or that any provision of this Act is being infringed in any house or premises, such justice may issue his warrant authorising any member or members of the police force to search any house or premises therein named at any hour of the day or night for the purpose of ascertaining whether there is or has been therein or thereon an infringement of this Act. Va. No is the Infant Life Protection Act, 1890, of Victoria, now repealed. 23. General penalty. Any person who by any act or omission is guilty of any contravention of any of the provisions of this Act shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding twenty-five pounds, or to be imprisoned for any period not exceeding six months. All proceedings for offences against this Act shall, where a police magistrate is present, be heard and determined in a summary way by and before a police magistrate sitting alone, and in other cases by and before any two justices of the peace. The prosecution of summary offences is regulated by the Justices Acts, 1886 to 1964, title JUSTICES. 4
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