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Chapter 111: Aid to the Blind.

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Article 1 - General Duties of Department of Health and Human Services. [HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-1 through 111-3 111-1 through 111-3: Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 476, s. 143.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-4 111-4. Register of State's blind.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-5 111-5: Repealed by Session Laws 2000-121, s. 2.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-6 111-6. Training schools and workshops; training outside State; sale of products; direct relief; matching of federal funds.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-6.1 111-6.1. Rehabilitation center for the blind and visually impaired.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-7 111-7. In-home services.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-8 111-8. Investigations; eye examination and treatment.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-8.1 111-8.1: Repealed by Session Laws 2000-121, s. 7.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-9 through 111-10 111-9 through 111-10. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 476, s. 143.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-11 111-11. Definitions.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-11.1 111-11.1. Jurisdiction of certain Divisions within the Department of Health and Human Services.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-12 111-12. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 476, s. 143.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-12.1 111-12.1. Acceptance of private contributions for particular facilities authorized.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-12.2 111-12.2. Contributions treated as State funds to match federal funds.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-12.3 111-12.3. Rules and regulations as to receiving and expending contributions.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-12.4 111-12.4. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 476, s. 143.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-12.5 111-12.5. Reserve and operating capital fund.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-12.6 111-12.6. Disposition of funds deposited with or transferred to State Treasurer.[HTML] [RTF]
Article 2 - Aid to the Blind. [HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-13 111-13. Administration of assistance; objective standards for personnel; rules and regulations.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-14 111-14. Application for benefits under Article; investigation and award by county commissioners.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-15 111-15. Eligibility for relief.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-16 111-16. Application for aid; notice of award; review.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-17 111-17. Amount and payment of assistance; source of funds.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-18 111-18. Payment of awards.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-18.1 111-18.1. Award and assistance checks payable to decedents.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-19 111-19. Intercounty transfer of recipients.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-20 111-20. Awards subject to reopening upon change in condition.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-21 111-21. Disqualifications for relief.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-22 111-22. Beneficiaries not deemed paupers.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-23 111-23. Misrepresentation or fraud in obtaining assistance.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-24 111-24. Cooperation with federal departments or agencies; grants from federal government.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-25 111-25. Acceptance and use of federal aid.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-26 111-26. Termination of federal aid.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-27 111-27. Department of Health and Human Services to promote employment of blind persons; vending stands on public property.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-27.1 111-27.1. Department of Health and Human Services authorized to conduct certain business operations.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-27.2 111-27.2. Blind vending-stand operators; retirement benefits.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-28 111-28. Department of Health and Human Services authorized to receive grants for benefit of blind and visually impaired; use of information concerning blind persons.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-28.1 111-28.1. Department of Health and Human Services authorized to cooperate with federal government in rehabilitation of blind and visually impaired.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-29 111-29. Expenditure of equalizing funds; grants affording maximum federal aid; lending North Carolina reports.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-30 111-30. Personal representatives for certain recipients of aid to the blind.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-31 111-31. Courts for purposes of 111-30 to 111-33; records.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-32 111-32. Findings under 111-30 not competent as evidence in other proceedings.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-33 111-33. Sections 111-30 to 111-33 are not to affect provisions for payments for minors.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-34 111-34. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 476, s. 143.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-35 111-35. Authority of director of social services.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-36 through 111-40 111-36 through 111-40. Reserved for future codification purposes.[HTML] [RTF]
Article 3 - Operation of Vending Facilities on State Property. [HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-41 111-41. Preference to blind persons in operation of vending facilities; responsibility of Department of Health and Human Services.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-42 111-42. Definitions as used in this Article.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-43 111-43. Installation of coin-operated vending machines.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-44 111-44. Location and services provided by State agency.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-45 111-45. Duty of State agency to inform the Department of Health and Human Services.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-46 111-46. Vending facilities operated by those other than blind persons.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-47 111-47. Exclusions.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-47.1 111-47.1. Food service at North Carolina aquariums.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-47.2 111-47.2. Food service at State parks, museums and historic sites operated by the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-47.3 111-47.3. Food service at Department of State Treasurer.[HTML] [RTF]
Article 4 - Operation of Highway Vending Facilities on North Carolina Highways. [HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-48 111-48. Preference to blind persons in operation of highway vending facilities.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-49 111-49. Definitions as used in this Article.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-50 111-50. Operations of highway vending.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-51 111-51. Priority for specific blind vendors.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 111-52 111-52. Profits from Highway Vending Fund.[HTML] [RTF]