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THE NEW YORK
THIS VOLUME is public property, designed for the use of school officers. It is to be kept in their custody and produced by them at all meetings of the district for consultation by the voters; and must be delivered to their successors in office.
This edition of the School Laws has been prepared in compliance with section three of the act prescribing the duties of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, which reads as follows: “He shall prepare and cause to be printed, with the laws relating to primary schools, all necessary forms, regulations and instruments [instructions] for conducting all proceedings under said laws, and transmit the same, with such instructions relative to the organization and government of such schools, and the course of studies to be pursued therein, as he may deem advisable, to the several officers entrusted with their care and management.”
The publication of this edition of the School Laws is rendered necessary, as the edition of 1869 is now exhausted, and as the amendments adopted at the recent sessions of the Legislature should be incorporated into the Laws to secure their successful administration.
The explanatory notes have been carefully revised to accord with the various changes in the law, and also extended so as # to embrace many essential points not heretofore included.
These notes are arranged, for greater convenience of reference, in the form of foot-notes, printed in leaded type, and will be found as near to as possible, and usually upon the same page, as the section to which they directly relate. For easy reference to the Statutes, the compiler's number is placed in parenthesis at the head of each section. The blank forms of the previous edition have been retained with slight modifications, and others have been added.
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