||w of a dissolution, the apprentice shall receive such allow-bad «onduct. ance for service previously rendered as may be considered just under the circumstances of the case. Sec. 7. The death of the master, or his removal j^^ the Territory, works a dissolution of the indentures, un-fndentu™ less otherwise provided therein, or unless the apprentice shall elect to continue in his service. Sec. 8. Any person, apprentice or servant, who shallAgreements in have so elected, or agreed to render service in any otherJJ^n^statSi" Teroitory, State or Country, shall come under the same ? regulations and requirements as herein provided; all such agreements or indentures foi* services being held as inviolate and binding, as if they had been entered into, and executed within this Territory. Seo. 9. If from habitual intemperance, and vicious,Otiardianahm ii ii i i /• .. *•• 2- f i •• -,of minor child and brutal conduct, or from vicious, brutal, and criminal conduct towards said minor child, the parent of the same shall be considered an unsuitable person to retain the guardianship, or control the education of said child, the Judge of Probate Court or Select men may appoint a suitable person to be the guardian of such child, and may, if deemed expedient, also cause said minor child to be bound as an apprentice to some suitable person, during his or her minority. Nothing herein shall be so construed as to take such minor child, if either the father or mother be a proper guardian. Sec. 10. The strict observance of the provisions °findenturei, the indentures on the fwfc of the master and apprenticemust be strict-must be considered essential to entitle either party to thelyobserYedl benefits arising under the provisions of this act, and the Select men or the Probate Court shall enquire into such observance before either, awarding compensation or dam-&ges,or otherwise discharging or releasing either party from the requirements of such indentures, or the provisions of law in such cases made and provided. Nothing herein contained shall be so construed as to effect a release of cither party from service or obligation, as the case may be, where the agreement or indentures have been entered into in any foreign State or country, or in this Territory for a longer period.