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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION,
A. C. NELSON, Superintendent.
ARTICLE X OF THE STATE CONSTITUTION RELATING
REVISED STATUTES OF 1898.
STATE OF UTAH.
Passed March 11, 1897.
An Act Creating a State Board of Education, Defining its Du
ties and Providing for a Uniform System of Free Schools throughout the State of Utah.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Utah:
STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION.
*1763. Membership. Vested with general control of the public schools. The State Board of Education shall consist of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, the president of the University of Utah, the president of the Agricultural College, and two other persons of large experience and eminent professional standing, to be appointed by the Governor, by and with the consent of the Senate, to serve for a period of four years. The general control and supervision of the public school system is vested in the State Board of Education.
1764. Power to grant diplomas and certificates. The State Board of Education is hereby authorized and empowered to issue diplomas of two grades: namely, State High School and
*Sections of the Revised Statutes of 1898.