Outlook for the Blind, Volume 2

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Massachusetts Association for Promoting the Interests of the Blind, 1908 - Blind
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Page 102 - The members of the commission shall receive no compensation for their services, but their traveling and other necessary expenses, when approved by the president of the commission, incurred in the performance of their official duties, shall be paid by the treasurer upon an order from the auditor of state.
Page 54 - That if any officer or enlisted man who served ninety days or more in the Army or Navy of the United States during the late War of the Rebellion, and who was honorably discharged, has died, or shall hereafter die, leaving
Page 101 - 2. A needy blind person shall be construed to mean any person who, by reason of loss of eyesight, is unable to provide himself with the necessities of life, and who has not sufficient means of his own to enable him to maintain himself.
Page 182 - AN ACT to amend Sections 2 and 3 of an act entitled, "An act to provide for the relief of needy blind," passed April 2, 1908, to make the provisions thereof more definite and certain. Be it enacted by the General Assembly
Page 102 - 5. The commission shall act as a bureau of information and industrial aid, the object of which shall be to aid the blind in finding employment and to teach them industries which may be followed in their homes. Sect. 6. The commission may establish
Page 54 - without proving his death to be the result of his army service, be placed on the pension roll from the date of the application therefor under this Act at the rate of eight dollars per month during
Page 102 - employees suitable wages, and to devise means for the sale and distribution of the products thereof. The board may also provide or pay for, during their training, the temporary lodging and support for pupils or workmen received at any industrial schools and workshops established by it.
Page 50 - Title fifteen of chapter five hundred and fifty-six of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-four, entitled "An act to revise, amend, and consolidate the general acts relating to public instruction," is hereby amended by adding thereto
Page 72 - The fresh earth in new leaves dressed And the starry night, Autumn evening, and the morn When the golden mists are born.

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