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Public Health Acts Amendment Act 1907

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57Child suffering from infectious disease not to attend school

(1)No person being the parent or having the care or charge of a child within the district of the local authority who is or has been suffering from infectious disease or has been exposed to infection shall, after a notice from the medical officer that the child is not to be sent to school, permit such child to attend school without having procured from the medical officer a certificate (which shall be granted free of charge upon application) that in his opinion such child may attend without undue risk of communicating stich disease to others.

(2)Any person who shall offend against this section shall for every such offence be liable to a penalty not exceeding forty shillings.

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