1947 session laws – Ch. 375 Sec. 1

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CHAPTER 375 AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE ADMISSION OF CHIL- DREN TO THE STATE SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND AND THE DEAF IN RALEIGH, AMENDING G. S. 116-109. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That G. S. 116-109 be amended so as to read as follows: 116-109. Admission of pupils; how admission obtained. The board of directors shall, on application, receive in the institution for the purpose of education, in the main department, all white blind children, and in the department for colored all colored deaf-mutes and blind children, residents of this State, not of confirmed immoral character, nor imbecile, nor unsound in mind, nor incapacitated by physical infirmity for useful instruction, who are between the ages of seven and twenty-one years: Provided, that pupils may be admitted to said institution who are not within the age limits above set forth, in cases in which the board of directors find that the admission of such pupils will be beneficial to them and in cases in which there is sufficient space available for their admission in said institution.

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