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welfare. Such occupation, however, shall not seriously infringe upon the original and necessary uses of such properties. The school board in charge of such buildings shall prescribe Rules and
regulations. such rules and regulations for their occupancy and use as herein provided as will secure a fair, reasonable and impartial use of the same. The organization or group of citizens apply. Applicants ing for the use of properties as specified above shall be re- for damages. sponsible for any damage done them over and above the ordi- etc. nary wear, and shall, if required, pay the actual expense incurred for janitor service, light and heat. Sec. 2 repeals all acts or parts of acts inconsistent with the provisions of this
An Act to authorize any school district to vote a tax, or to issue
bonds for the purpose of building and furnishing a home for the teachers employed in the district, and for the purpose of buying a site for such home.
[Act 76, P. A. 1921.)
The People of the State of Michigan enact: (687) SECTION 1. The qualified school electors of any May build, school district when lawfully assembled at the first and at etc., teachers' each annual meeting or at an adjournment thereof, or at any special meeting lawfully called, shall have power to vote such tax as the meeting shall deem sufficient to purchase or lease a site or sites, and to build, hire, or purchase a home for the use of the teachers employed in the district, and to vote a tax necessary to furnish said home. And any
school district may, by a majority vote of the qualified school electors bonds, etc. of said district present and voting at an annual meeting or at a special meeting called for that purpose, borrow money, and may issue bonds of the district therefor, to pay for the erection of a home for the use of the teachers employed in the district, to pay for the furnishing of the same, and to site for such home. The district board, or board of education, shall estimate the amount of money necessary to be raised and shall state their estimate in the notices of the annual or special meeting, at which the question of borrowing money and issuing bonds shall be submitted to the people; and at said meeting the voters shall have power to ratify by vote aforesaid the estimate of the district board, or board of education, or to fix a new limit on the amount to be borrowed and for which bonds may be issued: Provided, That in all Proviso, proceedings under this section, the district board and one inspectors. person selected by the qualified voters present at said meeting shall constitute a board of inspectors, who shall cause a poll list to be kept and a suitable ballot box to be used, and the polls shall be kept open at least two hours. The votes shall be by ballot, either printed or written, or partly printed and partly written, and the canvass of the same shall be
Bonds, form, etc.
conducted in the same manner as at township elections, or as far as the laws governing the same are applicable, and when said laws are not applicable the board of inspectors shall prescribe the manner in which the canvass shall be conducted.
(688) Sec. 2. Whenever any school district shall have voted to borrow any sum of money for said purpose, the district board of such district is hereby authorized to issue the bonds of such district in such form, and executed in such manner by the moderator and director of such district, and in such denominations, not less than fifty dollars, as such district board shall direct, and with such rate of interest, not exceeding six per centum per annum, and payable at such time or times as the said district shall have directed.
(689) SEC. 3. Whenever any money shall have been borrowed by any school district for the purpose aforesaid, the board of education of such district is hereby authorized, at a legal meeting of said board, to impose a tax on the taxable property in such district, for the purpose of paying the principal thus borrowed, or any part thereof, and the interest thereon, to be levied and collected as other school district taxes are collected.
Authorized to impose tax.
An Act fix the alary of the superintendent of public instruction
of the state of Michigan.
[Act 28, P. A. 1921.] The People of the State of Michigan enact: (690) SECTION 1. From and after the first day of July, nineteen hundred twenty-one, the salary of the superintendent of public instruction shall be five thousand dollars per annum, which shall be paid monthly out of the general fund in the state treasury upon the warrant of the auditor general in the same manner as the salaries of other state officers are paid. Sec. 2 repeals inconsistent acts.
The references are to compiler's sections.
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to school building, when approved by superintendent of public instruction... 649-51