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FREDERICTON.
PRINTED FOR THE BOARD OF EDUCATION BY ELLIS, ROBERTSON & Co.

1887.

PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK.

EDUCATION OFFICE,

FREDERICTON, November 1st, 1887.

THE BOARD OF EDUCATION has directed the publication in this form of the Chapter of the Consolidated Statutes relating to SCHOOLS, and the Acts in amendment thereof, for the information of Boards of Trustees, Teachers, and the public generally. The revised REGULATIONS of the Board of Education are appended.

The School Service is to be conducted agreeably to the provisions of the Law and Regulations herein published.

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By order of the Board of Education.

WILLIAM CROCKET,

Chief Supt. Education.

SCHOOLS.

CHAPTER 65 OF THE CONSOLIDATED STATUTES.

1. The following terms shall in this Chapter mean as herein defined, unless there is something in the context repugnant thereto :

“Schools” shall mean all Schools established under this Chapter, or “ The Common Schools Act, 1871," or any amendment thereof:

“District,” that portion of territory into which the Province shall be divided for local School government:

“ Border District," a District embracing portions of two or more Counties:

“Ratepayer,” any person rated in the Parish Assessment List, in respect of real or personal property or income.

2. The Governor in Council shall appoint a Chief Superintendent of Education at a salary of sixteen hundred dollars per annum, payable quarterly, besides travelling expenses, charges and contingencies of office, and a Clerk or Assistant, at a salary of twelve hundred dollars per annum, payable quarterly.

3. The Governor in Council may issue Warrants in the ordinary manner, for the payment of the several allowances, salaries and services provided for hereby.

BOARD OF EDUCATION. 4. The Governor, the Members of the Executive Council, the President of the University of New Brunswick, and the Chief Superintendent of Education, shall constitute a Board of Education; the Governor, with three Members of the Executive Council, and the Chief Superintendent, who shall act as Secretary, shall constitute a quorum. 5. The Board of Education shall have power

(1) To provide for the establishment and efficient working of a Normal School with Model departments; to appoint a Principal at a salary of twelve hundred dollars per annum, payable quarterly, who shall, with the approval of the Board, appoint such Assistants as may be found necessary; and to make such allowance for the

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