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Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 393. Deaf and Blind § 393.67

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Sec. 17.  The superintendents of the poor in each of the counties of this state in which there are or shall be hereafter, any person or persons of suitable age, who shall possess a good natural intellect, and a good moral character, and shall have no contagious disease, who shall be deaf and dumb or partially deaf and dumb, and who shall be, or shall become chargeable to said county, or to any township therein, shall cause any and all such persons to be taken to the Michigan school for the deaf, at the city of Flint, to be there educated as pupils in said institution in accordance with the rules and regulations thereof.

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