PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND WELFARE
PUBLIC ASSISTANCE LAW
56-213. Examination to determine blindness. No application for aid to the blind shall be approved until an ophthalmologist or physician skilled in diseases of the eye, or an optometrist, approved or designated by the state department, shall have examined the applicant and shall have certified his findings in the manner and form required by the state department.
[56-213, added 1941, ch. 181, sec. 13, p. 379; am. 1951, ch. 246, sec. 3, p. 520.]