NEW BORN INFANTS, IDENTIFICATION Act of Apr. 29, 1925, P.L. 358, No. 209 Cl. 35 AN ACT For the identification of infants born in places where maternity cases are handled; providing for the taking of finger or foot prints of infants, and the filing of the same, and charging persons in charge of such places with the enforcement thereof. Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That the trustees, directors, managers, proprietors, or other person or persons in charge of any State, county, city, or other municipal or privately owned hospital, or other place where maternity cases are handled and where infants are born, other than private residences, shall establish and maintain a system for the identification of all infants born therein. Section 2. The superintendent or other person in charge of such hospital or other place where maternity cases are handled is charged with the enforcement of the provisions of this act, and shall immediately after the birth therein of any infant have suitable foot prints of such infant and suitable finger prints of the infant's mother taken and recorded for purposes of identification, and such records shall be chronologically filed and indexed in the name of the parents of such child. (2 amended May 26, 1943, P.L.650, No.286) Section 3. Any superintendent or other person in charge of any such hospital, or other place where maternity cases are handled, violating any of the provisions of this act, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction shall be sentenced to pay a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars.