General Laws Relating to Education, Enacted by the Legislature

General Laws Relating to Education, Enacted by the Legislature

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1883 edition. Excerpt: ...is no school Fhouse, and provide fuel and all other things necessary for the-comfort of the scholars therein, at the expense of the town. A town which for one year refuses or neglects to comply with the requirements of this section shall forfeit not less than five hundred nor more than one thousand dollars, to be paid, appor-tioned, and appropriated as provided in sections nineteen and twenty. SECT. 47. A town, at a meeting legally called for the pur-Location of-adopt all necessary measures to purchase and procure land for $9,::: .' f.6' the accommodation thereof.. $ECT. 48. When land has been designated by a town, or by Land may be taken for.-a school district or those acting under its authority, or has school-house been determined upon by the selectmen of a town, as a suitable L' '1"""'g" place for the erection of a school-house and necessary build-1874,342, 1 _. 2 Gray, 414. 'lI1gS, or for enlarging a school-house or school-house lot, the 10 Gray, 40. 4 Allen,608. selectmen may proceed to select at their discretion, and to lay 102 Mm' 512' out a. school-house lot or an enlargement thereof, and to appraise the damages to the owner of such land in the manner provided for laying out town ways and appraising damages sustained thereby; and upon the approval and adoption by the town of such selection and laying out of such lot, or of any enlargement thereof, the land shall be taken held, and used for such purpose. But no lot so taken or enlarged shall exceed' in the whole eighty square rods, exclusive of the land occupied by the school buildings. In accordance with the provision of sect. 46 it is the duty of the school committee of a town to keep the school-houses in a...show more

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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236895878
  • 9781236895875