General School Laws of the State of New York

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Weed, Parsons, printers, 1878 - Educational law and legislation - 133 pages

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Page 66 - To vote a tax for the establishment of a school library and the maintenance thereof, or for the support of any school library already owned by said district, and for the purchase of books therefor, and such sum as they may deem necessary for the purchase of a book-case.
Page 43 - To sell, when authorized by a vote of the qualified voters of the school district, any former school site or lot, or any real estate the title to which is vested in the board, and the buildings thereon, and appurtenances or any part thereof, at such price and upon such terms as said voters shall prescribe, and to convey the same by deed to be executed by the board or a majority of the members thereof.
Page 108 - States as a day of fasting and prayer or thanksgiving, shall, for all purposes whatever as regards the presenting for payment or acceptance, and of the protesting and giving notice of the dishonor of bills of exchange...
Page 110 - Every parent, guardian or other person having charge of any child between the ages of eight and fourteen years...
Page 55 - ... 1. The whole time any school has been kept in their district during the year ending on the day previous to the date of such report, and distinguishing what portion of the time such school has been kept by qualified teachers, and the whole number of days, including holidays, in which the school was taught by qualified teachers. 2. The amount of their drafts upon the supervisor, collector or treasurer for the payment of teachers...
Page 89 - ... of the county in which the school-house of said district is located, from the refusal of said meeting to vote a tax for the payment of said claim, and the inhabitants may, then and there, or at...
Page 108 - Washington's birthday ; the thirtieth day of May, known as decoration day ; the fourth day of July, called Independence day ; the twenty-fifth day of December, known as Christmas day ; any general election day; and any day appointed or recommended by the Governor of this State, or...
Page 35 - ... delivered to the clerk of the district, or to any person in whose possession the books, papers and records of the district, or any of them; may be, direct such clerk or other person to deposit the same in the clerk's office in the town in the order named.
Page 11 - ... nor directly or indirectly receive any gift, emolument, reward or promise of reward, for his influence in recommending or procuring the use of any book, map or...
Page 35 - The supervisor of the town within which the school-house of the dissolved district was situated may demand, sue for and collect, in his name of office, any money of the district outstanding in the hands of any of its former officers, or any other person ; and, after deducting his costs and expenses, shall report the balance to the school commissioner who shall apportion the same equitably among the districts to which the parts of the dissolved district were annexed, to be by them applied as their...

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