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LANSING, MICHIGAN
WYNKOOP HALLENBECK CRAWFORD CO., STATE PRINTERS

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Sections.

State Normal Schools...

244-278
Granting of Diplomas by State Board of Education in Connection with State
Normal Schools....

279
Loan Funds for Students.

280-286
State Library Commission..

287-291
Publication and Distribution of Laws and Public Documents.

292-296

Rural High Schools......

297-304

Qualifications of Kindergarten Teachers.

305-307

Annual Reports by Librarians....

308-309

Providing for Tuition and Transportation of Certain Pupils..

310-311

Establishment of County Normal Training Classes.

312-318

Day Schools for the Deaf......

319-324

To Insure Payment of Subcontractors....

325-328

Cities of the Fourth Class School Districts, and Board of Education... 329-330

Appendix-Forms for Proceedings under the School Laws....

331-368

NOTE: The section numbers in parentheses, ( ), are Compiler's Sections, and are consecutive
throughout this compilation. Section numbers of the Compiled Laws of 1897 precede each section
and are indicated by the Section Mark, ($). Notes following the Sections indicate the Amendments,
Supreme Court Decisions, etc. Sec. or Section the section of the law. Annotated with Supreme
Court Decisions to and including the 134th Mich. report.

COMP.

GENERAL

SCHOOL LAWS OF MICHIGAN.

.CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS.

ARTICLE VIII.

STATE OFFICERS.

(1.) SECTION 1. There shall be elected at each general State officers biennial election a Secretary of State, a Superintendent of to be elected. Public Instruction, a State Treasurer, a Commissioner of the Land Office, an Auditor General, and'an Attorney General for the term of two years. They shall keep their offices at the Where to seat of government and shall perform such duties as may be keep offices. prescribed by law.

(2.) SEC. 2. Their term of office shall commence on the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and fifty. three, and of every second year thereafter.

(3.) Sec. 3. Whenever a vacancy shall occur in any of the Vacancy, State offices, the Governor shall fill the same by appointment, how filled. by and with the advice and consent of the Senate if in session.

Term of office.

ARTICLE XIII.

EDUCATION.

(4.) SECTION 1. The Superintendent of Public Instruc- Duties of tion shall have the general supervision of public instruction, ent of public and his duties shall be prescribed by law.

instruction. (5.) SEC. 2. The proceeds from the sales of all lands that School fund. have been or hereafter may be granted by the United States to the State for educational purposes, and the proceeds of all

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