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WITH EXPLANATORY NOTES, CITATIONS, SUPREME COURT DECI-
USE OF SCHCOL OFFICERS.
BY WILLIAM K. FOWLER,
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
The new laws have been incorporated under appropriate subdivisions, and properly indexed, so that no difficulty will be experienced in finding them. Those that were passed without an emergency clause and therefore do not go into effect until July 9, 1903, are mentioned in a footnote. If amendatory, the law of 1901 should be consulted until July 9, 1903.
The subject of each section is printed in bold faced type. Many important Supreme Court decisions relating to school matters and official decisions of this department have been added. It is hoped that these features will commend this edition to all who may find occasion to use it.
1. Time of holding (annual meeting) låst Monday of June.... 2. Place of holding.
(a) In schoolhouse, if there be one, or,
(a) In some other suitable place in the district. 3. Special meeting..
22 (a) By whom and how called. (5) Object of meeting must be stated. c) Fifteen days notice necessary.
23 4. Notice of meeting.
23 Posted in three public places in the district. (b) Posted fifteen days before date of meeting.
(c) State the day, hour, and place of meeting. 5. Qualifications of voters at district meetings..
23 (a) The voter (man or woman) must be twenty one years of age. (b) The voter (man or woman) must have resided in the district
for a period of forty days immediately preceding the meeting.
1 (c) The voter (man or woman) must be the owner of real estate
in the district, or must own personal property that was assessed in his (or her) own name at the last annual assessment, or must have children of school age residing
in the district. (d) Challenge. 6. Business that may be transacted only at an annual district meeting. 24
(a) Change the location of schoolhouse site.
uation to be levied for all purposes (not to exceed twenty-
25 (c) Determine the number of mills (not exceeding ten) on the
dollar of assessed valuation to be expended for building, purchase, or lease of schoolhouse, when there are no bonds voted for such purpose
25 (d) Give directions for the expenditure of the building fund. 25 (e) Determine the length of time school shall be taught in the
district the ensuing year, subject to the provisions of section 14, subdivision 2; and whether the money apportioned or voted for the support of the school therein shall be applied to the winter or summer term or a certain portion to each ....
26 (f) Regular election of necessary officers must be by ballot. (Of
ficers can be elected at special meetings only to fill vacancies) 27 (g) R quire the director to present an itemized estimate of the
amounts necessary to be expended during the ensuing year