1893 public laws – Ch. 69 Sec. 1

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CHAPTER 69 / An act to require the county superintendents of public instruction to secure information as to the number of deaf, dumb and blind children in their respective counties. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That it shall be the duty of the county superintendent of public instruction to require of the school committee f the various school districts in enumerating the number of school children, to make a statement in the report of the number of deaf, dumb and blind between the ages of six and twenty-ohe years, designating the race and sex, and the address of the parent or guardian of said children; and the county superintendents of public instruction are hereby required to furnish such information to the principals of the deaf, dumb and blind institutions, and the superintendent of public instruction, in preparing blanks as directed in The Code, section three thousand three hundred and seventy, shall include questions answers to which will furnish the information aforesaid.

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