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eighty-seven. It shall also be the duty of said board to dis-
tribute to the various educational institutions of the state
such specimens of copper, iron and other ores and rocks pre-
scribed for such distribution under the provisions of section
three of act nine of the public acts of eighteen hundred and
seventy-seven, being compiler's section eight hundred and
forty-one of Howell's annotated statutes.

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The act of 1887 referred to is Act 165 instead of 164. It amends section 15, Ch. 3 of the general laws of 1881 relative to public instruction and will be found in section 61 of this compilation.

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(289) 1828. Sec. 17. All insurance moneys or means Disposition collected, received or made available at any time, from poli. moneys, etc. cies of insurance, or by reason of insurance policies upon the said normal school buildings and property shall be and the same are hereby designated and set apart as a fund or means for rebuilding and refurnishing the said buildings. (290) § 1828a.

SEC. 18. Any person holding a certifi. Certificate cate issued or approved by the authority of the state board of county comeducation, desiring to teach in any school under the jurisdic missioner. tion of a county commissioner of schools shall file the said certificate, or a copy of the same, in the office of the commissioner of schools in the county in which he or she desires to teach.

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Added 1901, Act 155.

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An Act to establish a normal school in central Michigan.

[Act 261, 1895.)

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The People of the State of Michigan enact:

(291) § 1829. SECTION 1. That a normal school for the Central Michipreparation and training of persons for teaching in the rural school endistrict schools, and the primary departments of the graded tablished. schools of the state, to be known as “Central Michigan Nor. mal School," be established and continued at the city of Mount Pleasant in Isabella county, to be located upon block ten of the normal school addition to said city, known as “nor. mal campus,” and being a block of land in area between eight and ten acres.

(292) § 1830. SEC. 2. The state board of education is state board hereby authorized and directed to procure a good and suf- of education ficient deed of conveyance, to be accompanied with abstract deed of con. of title and tax history, to be approved by the attorney general, conveying to the said board of education and its successors a good and unincumbered title in fee simple to said lands and buildings thereon, for such school, and a proper

veyance, etc.

Schools to be
under control
of state
board of
education.

article of sale of all the library, school furniture and apparatus therein, said lands and buildings and personal property to be donated to the state of Michigan, in consideration of the establishment of said school, and to be conveyed within thirty days after the passage of this act.

(293) $ 1831. SEC. 3. Said school shall be under and subject to the control of the state board of education, according to the provisions of act number one hundred ninety-four of the public acts of eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, of Michigan, entitled "An act to revise and consolidate the laws relative to the state board of education, and amendments thereto,” which is made applicable to this school, except as herein otherwise provided.

The act referred to immediately precedes this.

See sections 273-290.

An Act to change the name of the "Michigan State Normal School”

to “Michigan State Normal College."

[Act 52, 1899.)

The People of the State of Michigan enact:

Change of name of

(294) SECTION 1. The institution now known and designormal school nated under the name and style of "Michigan State Normal

School” shall hereafter be known as the "Michigan State Normal College.”

at Ypsilanti.

Sec. 2, repealing clause.

An Act to provide for the location, establishment and conduct of a

normal school at Marquette, in the upper peninsula of this state, and to make an appropriation for the same.

[Act 51, 1899.]

The People of the State of Michigan enact:

Name of school.

Purpose.

(295) SECTION 1. That a normal school shall be located at Marquette, to be known as the Northern State Normal School, for the purpose of instructing persons in the several branches pertaining to a public school education, and in the science and the art of teaching the same.

(296) SEC. 2. The state board of education is hereby authorized to procure a suitable site for the grounds and buildings for said normal school, which site shall consist of at least twenty acres of land, located within one and one-half miles of the present location of the postoffice in said city of

Selection of site.

Area and location.

Marquette. Said state board of education shall pay for such site a sum not exceeding one dollar, which sum is hereby ap. propriated for the use of said state board of education out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to be drawn on the requisition of said state board of education and the warrant of the auditor general, as the moneys and appropriations are drawn. Said state board of education Deed or conshall procure good and sufficient deed or conveyance of such site and grounds, and have the title for the same duly recorded. When so recorded, the said deed of conveyance, with an abstract of title showing a clear and unincumbered title, and all papers relating thereto shall be deposited in the office of the auditor general.

veyance.

Sections 3, 4 and 5 provided appropriations for buildings and maintenance of the school.

school.

(297) SEC. 6. The said northern state normal school Control of shall be under and subject to the control of the state board of education, according to the provisions of act number one hundred ninety-four of the public acts of eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, entitled “An act to revise and consolidate the laws relative to the state board of education, and amendments thereto, also according to the provisions of act num, ber one hundred and seventy-five of the public acts of eighteen hui

Ired and ninety-seven, entitled “An act to fix the relation of the existing normal schools of the state," which laws are made applicable to the school, except as herein otherwise provided.

An Act to provide for the locating, establishing and maintaining of a

state normal school in the western part of the state, to make appropriations therefor and to provide a tax to meet the same.

[Act 156, 1903.)

The People of the State of Michigan enact:

(298) SECTION 1. A state normal school shall be located, Name, etc. established and maintained in the western part of the state, at such place as the state board of education shall designate, to be known as the “Western State Normal School,” for the preparation and training of persons for teaching in the rural district schools, and the primary departments of the graded schools of the state. (299) SEC. 2. The state board of education is hereby Site, how and

by whom authorized and directed to procure a suitable site of not less than twenty acres for the building and grounds for said normal school. Said state board of education shall pay for such

secured.

site a sum not exceeding one dollar, to be drawn on the requisition of said state board of education, and the warrant of the auditor general, as other moneys and appropriations are drawn. Said state board of education shall procure good and sufficient deed of conveyance, with an abstract of the title thereto, showing a clear and unencumbered title, and all papers relating thereto shall be deposited in the office of the auditor general. The sum of one dollar is hereby appropriated for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred four, for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this section.

Sections 3 and 4 provided appropriations for buildings and maintenance of school.

School,
how con-
trolled, etc.

(300) Sec. 5. The said western state normal school shall be under and subject to the control of the state board of education, according to provisions of act number one hundred ninety-four of the public acts of eighteen hundred eighty-nine, entitled "An act to revise and consolidate the laws relative to the state board of education,” and amendments thereto; also according to the provisions of act number one hundred seventy-five of the public acts of eighteen hundred ninety-seven, entitled "An act to fix the relations of the existing normal schools of the state,” which laws are made applicable to the school hereby established except as herein otherwise provided.

Sections 6 and 7 prescribed manner of payment of appropriations, and tax clause.

An Act to authorize and require the state board of education to pre

scribe courses of study, issue licenses and certificates and grant diplomas and degrees in connection with the several state normal schools of the state, and to repeal all acts and parts of acts in any way contravening the provisions of this act.

[Act 202, 1903.)

The People of the State of Michigan enact:

(301) SECTION 1. The state board of education is hereby authorized and required to prescribe the courses of study for students, to grant such diplomas and degrees and issue such licenses and certificates to graduates of the several normal schools of the state as said state board of education shall determine: Provided, That there shall always be maintained in the central Michigan and western normal schools a department especially for the education and training of teachers for the rural schools of the state.

Powers of board.

Proviso.

NOTE.--The foregoing act in effect repeals Act 175 of 1897, which was an act authorizing the state board of education to grant certificates and maintain uniformity in courses of study in the normal schools.

LOAN FUNDS FOR THE BENEFIT OF STUDENTS.

An Act to provide for the incorporation of associations for the pur

pose of establishing loan-funds for the benefit of school scholars
and students of this state, to assist them to attend the iniversity
of Michigan, the state normal college at Ypsilanti, the central
Michigan normal school at Mt. Pleasant, the Michigan state agri.
cultural college at Lansing, the college of mines at Houghton, or
the manual training schools of this state.

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(302)

SECTION 1. Any five or more persons of full age Number residing in the state of Michigan may associate and incorpo- incorporate. rate themselves together for the purpose of establishing loanfunds for the benefit of school scholars and students of this state, to assist them to attend the university of Michigan, the state normal college at Ypsilanti, the central Michigan normal school at Mt. Pleasant, the Michigan state agricultural college at Lansing, the Michigan college of mines, or the manual training schools of this state.

(303) SEC. 2. Articles of association shall be executed Manner of inin duplicate, by the persons so associating themselves to-corporation. gether in the first instance, and shall be acknowledged by them before some person authorized by the laws of this state to take acknowledgments of deeds, one of which duplicates shall be filed and recorded in the office of the secretary of state, and a record shall be made of such articles, and a certified copy thereof filed in the clerk's office in the county where such society is formed. Thereupon the persons so executing said articles, and such other persons as may thereafter, according to the provisions of such articles, become associated with them shall become and be a body politic and corporate, capable of being sued, for the purpose set forth in such articles.

(304) SEC. 3. The articles of association shall contain: Articles of

First, The names and places of residence of the persons associated in the first instance;

Second, The name or title by which such association shall be known in law, and the period for which it is incorporated, not exceeding thirty years;

Third, The objects for which it was organized ;

Fourth, The number of its trustees or managers to manage the same, and the names of such trustees or managers for the first year of its existence.

(305) SEC. 4. The affairs of such corporation shall be General under the general management of not less than five nor more than fifteen trustees, to be chosen by the members thereof, and to hold office for such time, not exceeding five years, as shall be provided by the articles of association; and the Classificatior

association,

management.

of trustees,

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