VISITATION, INSPECTION AND SUPERVISION BY BOARD OF PUBLIC CHARITIES Act of Mar. 5, 1903, P.L. 11, No. 12 Cl. 23 AN ACT Relating to institutions, associations, and societies having the care of delinquent, neglected or dependent children. Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That the institutions, associations, and societies, into whose care the custody of delinquent, neglected or dependent children may be committed by order of the courts of this Commonwealth, shall be subject to the same visitation, inspections, and supervision of the Board of Public Charities as the public charitable institutions of this State; and the courts of common pleas of this Commonwealth may require such information and statistics from such institutions, associations or societies as said judges deem necessary in order to enable them to exercise a wise discretion in dealing with children. Every such institution, association or society shall file with the Board of Public Charities an annual written or printed report, which shall contain a statement of the number of children cared for during the year, the number received, the number placed in homes, the number died, the number returned to friends; also, a financial statement, showing the receipts and disbursements of such institutions, associations or societies. The statement of receipts shall indicate the amount received from public funds, the amount received from donations, and the amount received from other sources, specifying the several sources. The statement of disbursements shall show the amount expended for salaries and other expenses, specifying the same; the amount expended for lands, buildings and investments. The Secretary of the Board of Public Charities shall furnish to each of the said courts of common pleas a list of such institutions, associations, and societies filing such annual reports, and no child shall be committed to the care of any such institution, association or society which shall not have filed a report, for the fiscal year last preceding, with the Board of Public Charities.