1881 public laws – Ch. 211 Sec. 5

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CEVA UBB. sea eleke AN ACT IN RELATION TO THE INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB AND THE BLIND. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

The board of trustees shall, on application, receive in the institution for the purpose of education, in the main department, all white deaf mute and blind children, and in the department for the colored all colored deaf mutes and blind children, residents of this state not of confirmed immoral character, nor imbecile or unsound in mind, or incapacitated by physical infirmity for useful instruction, who are between the age of eight and twentyone years: Provided, That applications shall be made and applicants received at stated times, and shall be at the commencement of some scholastic year. In case of deaf mutes the following questions shall be answered: Name? Is the child white or colored? When and where was he born ? Was he born deaf? At what age did he lose his hearing? By what disease or accident did he become devf? Is the deafness total or partial ? Have any attempts been made to remove the deafness ? Is there any ability to articulate or read on the lips? Have any attempt been made to communicate instruction? Is he laboring under any bodily infirmity ? Does he show any signs of mental imbecility or idiocy ? ? Has he had the small-pox or been vaccinated ? Has he had the scarlet fever? Has he had the measles ? Has he had the mumps? Has he had the whooping-cough ? Are there any other cases of deafness in the family ? Are there any cases of deafness among relatives or ancestors ? What is the name of the father ? What is the name of the mother ? What is the occupation of the father? What is his post-office address ? Is either of the parents dead ? Has a second connection been formed by marriage? Was there any relationship between the parents previous to marriage? In case of blind applicants, the following questions shall be answered : Name? Is the child white or colored ? When and where was he born ? Was he born blind ? At what age did he become blind ? By what disease or accident did he become blind ? Is the blindness total or partial ? Have any attempts been made to remove the blindness ? Have any attempts been made to communicate instruction ? Is he laboring under any bodily infirmity ? Does he show any signs of mental imbecility or idiocy? Has he had the small-pox or been vaccinated ? Has he had the scarlet fever? Has he had the measles? Has he had the mumps? Has he had the whooping-cough ? Are there any other cases of blindness in the family ? Are there any cases of blindness among relatives or ancestors ? What is the name of the father? What is the name of the mother ? What is the occupation of the father ? What is his post-office address ? Is either of the parents dead ? Has a second connection been formed by marriage? Was there any relationship between the parents previous to marriage? When the application is made, it shall be filed in the office of the principal, and on reception of applicant, a record of such pupil shall be made and entered in a book to be kept for that purpose.

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