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Section 10 – The Reformatory Schools Act,1897

The Reformatory Schools Act,1897

Section 10. Power of Magistrates to direct boys under fifteen sentenced to imprisonment to be sent to Reformatory Schools

The officer in charge of a prison in which a youthful offender is confined, in execution of a sentence of imprisonment, may bring him, if he has not then attained the age of fifteen years, before the District Magistrate may, if such youthful offender appears to be proper person to be an inmate of a Reformatory School, direct that, instead of undergoing the residue of his sentence, he shall be sent to a Reformatory School, and there detained for a period which shall be subject to the same limitations as are prescribed by or under section 8, with reference to the period of detention thereby authorised.

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