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NEW HAMPSHI

VESTIRE STATE LIBRARY

SCHOOL LAWS,

OF THE

STATE OF NEW YORK,

TOGETHER WITH THE

RULES OF PRACTICE

ON APPEALS TO THE

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.

ALBANY:
WEED, PARSONS AND COMPANY, PRINTERS.

1887.

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CHANGES IN 1887.

STATE OF NEW YORK,
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION,

ALBANY, N. Y., July 15, 1887. ) This edition of the General School Laws of the State of New York, is published pursuant to a provision contained in the annual supply bill of 1887.

The attention of supervisory officers, boards of education, trustees, teachers and the public generally, is particularly called to amendments and additions to the law enacted at the last session of the Legislature as below noted.

Title II, section 4, on page 9 is amended so as to confer the power of condemning school-houses solely upon school commissioners.

Title III, section 5, on page 21, provides for the apportionment of library moneys upon aggregate rather than average attendance.

Title III, section 7, on page 21 is amended so that in 1889 and thereafter, public moneys shall be apportioned according to the aggregate number of days of attendance, rather than average attendance and the number of children of school age. It will be noted that this does not affect the apportionment of 1888.

Title VII, section 77, on page 54, provides for the payment of the amount of unpaid returned taxes by the county treasurers to collectors instead of trustees.

Title VII, section 83, on page 55 is amended so as to provide for the filing of collector's bonds.

Title VII, section 88, on page 57 is amended so as to conform to the change made by the amendment to section 54 above noted.

A new section (91) has been added to title VII, on page 58, which requires trustees to file returned tax-lists and warrants with town clerks.

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