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Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 393. Deaf and Blind § 393.68

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Sec. 18.  Such superintendents of the poor, in every case, before taking or sending any person to said institution, as provided in section 17 of this act   1 shall see that such person is in a state of perfect bodily cleanliness, and comfortably and decently clothed, and provided with suitable changes of raiment;  and they shall thereafter, during the years that such person shall continue a pupil in said institution, furnish him or her with such clothing and other articles of necessity and convenience as are, or may be by the rules and regulations of said institution, required to be furnished for pupils therein;  and shall provide for the payment of necessary traveling and other expenses of such person in going to and from said institution and while remaining there;  and if they shall allow such person to remain at said institution during the yearly vacation they shall pay for his or her board during such vacation.  No pupil of such institution shall be returned to any poor house during such vacation.

1  M.C.L.A. § 393.67.

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