Section 16-28-23

Attendance register and rules and regulations as evidence.

The registry of attendance of pupils kept by any public school, private school, church school or private tutor in compliance with the provisions of law or any rule and regulation promulgated by the State Board of Education shall be admissible as evidence of the existence or nonexistence of the facts it is required to show. A copy of any rule and regulation of the State Board of Education duly certified as true and correct by the State Superintendent of Education shall be admissible as evidence of the provisions of such rule and regulation, and the statement in the certificate of the State Superintendent of Education of the date of the promulgation shall be admissible as evidence that such rule or regulation was duly promulgated on the day and date named.

(School Code 1927, §325; Code 1940, T. 52, §321; Acts 1982, No. 82-218, p. 260, §8.)