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1929 Supplement to the Annotated Code of the Public General Laws of Maryland
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PUBLIC EDUCATION. 461

soever has under his control a child between said ages and withholds the
information in his possession from any officer demanding it relating to the
items aforesaid, or makes any false statement in regard to the same, shall
be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and be fined not more than twenty
dollars.

An. Code, 1924, sec. 235. 1912, sec. 172. 1906, ch. 236, sec. 142.
1918, ch. 441, sec. 172. 1929, ch. 152, sec. 235.

235. The principal teacher of every public school in the counties and
the truant officers of the City of Baltimore shall, within thirty days from
the beginning of the school year succeeding March 31, 1906, furnish the
Board of County School Commissioners or the Board of Education of
Baltimore City, as the case may be, with the names of all children who are
deaf, blind or feeble-minded, between the ages of six and eighteen years,
inclusive, living within the boundaries of his or her school district who do
not attend school. And the Board of County School Commissioners or
Board of Education of Baltimore City shall certify forthwith the names
of all such deaf, blind, or feeble-minded children to the respective princi-
pals of the State Schools for such children. Such principal teachers and
truant officers shall at the same time furnish to such Boards the names and
addresses of all physically handicapped children between the ages of six
and eighteen years, inclusive, living within the boundaries of his or her
school district who do not attend school, and also a list of all such physically
handicapped children who do attend school, and such Boards upon receipt
of such information shall immediately report the same to the State Board
of Education and to the State Board of Health.

1929, ch. 152, sec. 235A.

235A. It shall be the duty of the State Board of Health, upon receipt
of information as to physically handicapped children, as provided for in
Section 235 hereof, to immediately cause each such child to be examined
and to be appropriately classified according to the nature and degree of
his or her handicap. The State Board of Health shall at the same time
designate which such children are physically unable to properly care for
themselves without assistance and to properly or advantageously be edu-
cated in the regular public schools with normal children and shall recom-
mend which such children ought to have clinical, therapeutic, or hospital
treatment. When such classifications and recommendations shall have been
made, the State Board of Health shall report the same to the respective
school boards from which the names of such handicapped children were re-
ceived, and also to the State Board of Education.

As to State Board of Health, see art. 43, sec. 1, et seq.

1929, ch. 152, sec. 235B.

235B. It shall be the duty of the State Board of Education to prescribe
the equipment and curriculum of the special schools and classes which may
be established for physically handicapped children in each of the counties
of the State. It shall also be the duty of such Board, whenever it receives


 

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