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38-404.

History: L. 1905, ch. 190, § 4; R.S. 1923, 38-404; Repealed, L. 1957, ch. 256, § 39; July 1.

CASE ANNOTATIONS

1. Act provides for initiation of delinquency proceedings by petition and summons. State v. Dubray, 121 Kan. 886, 888, 250 P. 316.

2. Petition held to allege ultimate facts and to be sufficient. In re Hollis, 124 Kan. 345, 347, 250 P. 793.

3. Juvenile court has original, exclusive jurisdiction over dependent and neglected children. Wilcox v. Fisher, 163 Kan. 74, 81, 180 P.2d 283.

4. Juvenile court's jurisdiction not limited to criminal matters. Wilcox v. Fisher, 163 Kan. 74, 81, 180 P.2d 283.

5. Juvenile court's jurisdiction to determine whether parents giving children proper care is exclusive. Wilcox v. Fisher, 163 Kan. 74, 81, 180 P.2d 283.

6. Act discussed in determining procedure and jurisdiction to prosecute inmate committing felony. Seibert v. Ferguson, 167 Kan. 128, 130, 131, 134, 205 P.2d 484.


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