The School Law: 1901

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A. Maute, State Printer, 1901 - Educational law and legislation - 65 pages

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Page 20 - The Board of Directors may, at any time, when in their judgment it may be advisable, call a special election and submit to the qualified electors of the district the question, whether or not a special assessment shall be levied for the purpose of raising money to be applied to any of the purposes provided in this Act.
Page 56 - Legislature shall provide for the establishment of a State University, which shall embrace departments for agriculture, mechanic arts, and mining, to be controlled by a Board of Regents, whose duties shall be prescribed by law.
Page 55 - United States to this State for the support of common schools, which may be, or may have been, sold or disposed of, and the five hundred thousand acres of land granted to the new...
Page 32 - That every parent, guardian, or other person in the State of Michigan, having control and charge of any child or children between the ages of eight and fourteen years, shall be required to send such child or children to a public school for a period of at least four months in each school year...
Page 40 - Regents, a successor shall be elected in the same manner as other State officers are elected. The persons elected as Regents under the provisions of this Act, before entering upon the duties of their office, shall take and subscribe [to] the official oath and file the same in the office of the Secretary of State. In case of vacancy in said Board of Regents, after the same shall have been filled by election as herein provided, the Governor shall fill the same by appointment until the next general...
Page 10 - And all moneys so raised, except the poll tax, shall be distributed to each parish in proportion to the number of children between the ages of six and eighteen years.
Page 19 - To unite two contiguous districts in the same county, or in adjoining counties, and to establish a union school, to be supported out of the funds belonging to their respective districts; and a school thus established shall be governed by a joint Board composed of the Trustees of the combining districts; Second — To make arrangements with the Trustees of any adjoining district for the attendance of such children in...
Page 28 - ... nor been a second to either party, nor in any manner aided or assisted in such duel, nor been knowingly the bearer of such challenge or acceptance, since the adoption of the constitution...
Page 56 - Union; provided, that the interest only of the aforesaid proceeds shall be used for educational purposes, and any surplus interest shall be added to the principal sum; and provided, further, that such portions of said interest as may be necessary may be appropriated for the support of the State University.
Page 30 - ... hundred dollars or imprisonment in the county jail not to exceed six months, or both such fine and imprisonment in the discretion of the court.

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