Report of Legislative Committee on State Educational, Benevolent and Correctional Institutions to the General Assembly, Issue 64 (Google eBook)

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1905 - Education
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Page 12 - This fund was created by an act of the Legislature passed in 1883, levying a tax of one-half cent on each one hundred dollars of the taxable property of the State, continuing through a period of 13 years.
Page 28 - There shall be established and maintained a normal school, the object of which shall be the preparation of teachers for teaching in the common schools of indiana, which shall be governed by a board of four trustees appointed by the governor and approved by the senate.
Page 165 - All necessary costs and expenses of said board in connection with its duties shall be paid out of the state treasury upon warrants drawn by the auditor of state when the same shall have been allowed by the board, except the salaries, traveling and other personal expenses of the members of the board.
Page 154 - Assembly of 1901, and consists of five members appointed by the Governor for a term of four years. It is the duty of the...
Page 168 - ... of books as may be deemed advisable ; shall prepare lists of books suitable for public libraries and obtain prices for the same, and furnish such lists...
Page 166 - The commission was required by the terms of the second section of the act, "to prepare a compilation, revision and codification of the statute laws of the state of Indiana concerning public, private and other corporations, including statutes concerning combinations and trusts, and also statutes relating to highways and drainage, and such other statute laws of the state of Indiana as said commission shall deem proper...
Page 164 - They shall also receive traveling expenses actually paid, necessary to the performance of the duties of the office, which expenses shall be itemized by the person incurring the same, and when the account of the same is approved by the Governor, it shall be paid, not exceeding six hundred dollars per annum each, and not otherwise.
Page 6 - State for the per diem and expenses of said committee and the compensation of such clerk upon vouchers duly presented and approved by the chairman of such committee, and the Treasurer of State shall pay such warrants when presented out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. The above provision for...
Page 5 - ... composed of men of known probity and business ability. No person shall be eligible to membership on said committee who shall be interested financially, directly or indirectly, in any of such proposed appropriations. The pay of such committee shall be three dollars per diem each and all traveling and hotel expenses. They shall have authority to employ a clerk, and shall with their report file such tables and other information respecting said institutions and offices as they shall deem proper....
Page 168 - ... furnish information or advice as to the organization, maintenance or administration of any library in the state, it shall also provide courses of library instruction, print lists and circulars of information and perform such other service in behalf of public libraries as it may consider for the best interests of the state.

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