OF DELAWARE COMMISSION FOR THE BLIND.
AN ACT to Provide for the Support and Maintenance of Certain Indigent Blind Persons While Learning a Trade.
WHEREAS The Delaware Commission for the Blind is engaged in teaching indigent blind of this State various trades in order that they may earn their own living and support themselves,
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:
Section 1. That the State Treasurer be and he is hereby authorized to pay to said The Delaware Commission for the Blind the sum of Three Dollars ($3.00) per week for the support and maintenance of each of such indigent blind of this State as are learning a trade under the direction of said Commission, provided that such payments are not to extend over a period of more than two years for any one person, and provided that such payments shall be made for not more than ten such indigent blind at any one time, engaged in learning a trade.
Section 2. The said The Delaware Commission for the Blind shall have the exclusive right to decide which of the indigent blind of this State shall so receive support and maintenance.
Section 3. All payments authorized by this act shall be made by the State Treasurer upon proper voucher signed by the Chairman and Treasurer of said The Delaware Commission for the Blind and may be made quarterly or semi-annually as is most convenient.
Approved February 24, A. D. 1913.