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Session Laws, 1912
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PHILLIPS LEE GOLDSBOROUGH, ESQ., GOVERNOR. 659

duty, the Board of School Commissioners may retire such
teacher from regular duty, and such teacher, if so retired, shall
be entitled to a salary in the same manner and amount as if he
or she had been retired upon his or her own application under
this section.

SEC. 10. Unless teachers who may be retired under the two
preceding sections shall have paid into said Teachers' Retire-
ment Fund, by way of assessment or otherwise, an amount equal
at least to that which he or she shall be entitled to receive as a
salary for the first year of retirement, the said Board of Trus-
tees shall deduct one-fifth of the deficiency thereof from the
amount of said salary for each of the first five years that the
same may be payable.

SEC. 11. After any teacher shall have been retired under
section 9, the board of trustees shall have the right at any time
to cause such teacher again to be brought before it and exam-
ined by its physician, and also to examine other witnesses for
the purpose of ascertaining whether such teacher shall remain
on the retired roll. The fee or charge of the examining physi-
cian shall be paid by the board of trustees. Such teacher shall
be entitled to at least thirty days' notice and to be present at
the hearing of any such evidence; shall be permitted to pro-
pound any question pertinent or relative to such matter, and
shall have the right to introduce evidence upon his or her own
behalf. Such teachers and all witnesses shall be examined
under oath, and any member of said board of trustees is hereby
authorized and empowered to administer such oath. If the
board of trustees shall find such teacher qualified for active
service, he or she shall report to the County Superintendent of
Public Instruction of said Allegany county, whenever required
so to do by the board of trustees, and said superintendent shall
assign such teacher to such service or employment as may be
within his or her power to perform, in the judgment of such
superintendent and of the examining physician employed by
said board of trustees. During the time of such employment
such teacher shall receive the regular salary therefor, and shall
cease to be entitled to any payment out of said fund because of
disability or incapacity on account of which said teacher was
originally retired. Any teacher who may be retired under sec-
tion 9 and assigned for active duty under this section, for the
purpose of later retirement under this act, shall be considered as
having been in active service during the period of the former
retirement.

 

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