| William Newnham Blane - 1824 - 511 páginas
...adopted, by which the interest of the school fund is now divided among the several districts, according **to the number of children in each, between the ages of four and sixteen,** and provision was made for an annual enumeration. This rule is the one in force at present. ' As to... | |
| 1838
...apportioned by the superintendent of public instruction, annually, among the several townships of the State, **in proportion to the number of children in each between the ages of** five and seventeen years, and paid by the treasurer of the State, to the treasurers of the several... | |
| 1838
...apportioned by the superintendent of public instruction, annually, among the several townships of the State, **in proportion to the number of children in each between the ages of** five and seventeen years, and paid by the treasurer of the State, to the treasurers of the several... | |
| Hugh Murray - 1839
...Lepiebture, styled the General Assembly, are chosen annually by the people, the Senate in dietricts, **and the House of Representatives by towns ; suffrage...sixteen years : the money thus distributed is applied** «>lely to paying the expense of instruction, the other charges being paid by the districts. The number... | |
| Samuel Augustus Mitchell - 1840 - 600 páginas
...carried on through New York. wagons, with other articles, amounted to an aggregate of 8,000,000 dollars. **Common schools are supported by the proceeds of the...is about 84,000. The school fund amounts to about** 2,027,402 dollars, and the income is nearly 95,000 dollars. There are three colleges in the state,... | |
| Michigan - 1840
...them, on or before the first of March, in each year, among the several districts in their township, **in proportion to the number of children in each, between the ages of** five and seventeen years, as the same shall be shown by the last annual report of the director of each... | |
| 1846
...People throughout the commonwealth to insist on an an immediate division of the fund among the towns **in proportion to the number of Children in each between the ages of** 4 and 16 years To the end that it may be secured from the attacks of the Board of Education, their... | |
| Michigan. Legislature - 1850
...appoKiontment of the income of the primary school fund among the several townships, and cities of the state, **in proportion to the number of children in each between the ages of four and** eighteen years, as the same shali appear from the reports of the several coan'.y clerks made to them... | |
| Michigan. Legislature - 1851
...to fractional districts, see stttion 139. 9. The public money is to be apportioned among the several **districts, in proportion to the number of children in each, between the ages of four and** eighteen, as the same appears from tfit annual report of the director for school year last closed.... | |
| Michigan. Legislature - 1851
...months to be distributed by (he. township librarian uuieng the sereral school districts of the township **in proportion to the number of children in each between the ages** aforesnid, as the same shall appear by the last report of the director. [Section 115 J Inhabitants... | |
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