248.04 BLIND STUDENT TO RECEIVE EXPENSES WHILE AT CERTAIN SCHOOLS.
Any blind person who is, and for five years immediately preceding the making of an
application for aid under this chapter has been, a resident of this state, who is a regularly enrolled
student pursuing any course of study, profession, art, or science in any university, college, or
conservatory of music approved by the board of directors of the Minnesota State Academy for the
Blind, in the discretion and under direction of the board, may receive a sum or sums of money, not
exceeding $300 in any one year, for the purpose of defraying necessary expenses, including those
of a reader, while in attendance upon such university, college, or conservatory, such expenditures
to be made from the appropriations for the current expenses of the Minnesota State Academy for
the Blind. Not more than ten such blind persons shall receive such aid in any one year.
History: (4613) 1915 c 307 s 1; 1929 c 367 s 1; 1941 c 332; 1986 c 444; 1987 c 384 art 1 s 55