An Act Establishing Free Schools Throughout the State: With Forms and Instructions

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Weed, Parsons & Company, 1849 - Educational law and legislation - 16 pages
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Page 2 - ... and in case a levy and sale shall be necessarily made by such collector, he shall be entitled to traveling fees, at the rate of ten cents per mile, to be computed from the schoolhouse in such district.
Page 15 - States deposit fund, twenty-five thousand dollars shall annually be added to the capital of the common school fund. It shall be the duty of the comptroller, at the close of each fiscal year, to transfer to the general fund the remainder of the income of the common school fund, United States deposit fund and literature fund, which together...
Page 13 - ... and such collector is hereby authorised and directed, upon receiving his warrant, for two successive weeks, to receive such taxes as may be voluntarily paid to him ; and in case the whole amount shall not be so paid in, the collector shall proceed forthwith to collect the same. He shall receive for his services, on all sums paid...
Page 3 - ... securing and sustaining the system in each of their common, public, ward or district schools. 8. All laws and parts of laws inconsistent with the provisions of this act, other than those relating to free schools in any cities in this state are hereby repealed.
Page 11 - An act in relation to suits against district school officers," passed May 1, 1847, [Passed April 11, 1849, three-fifths being present.] The People of the State of New- York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows : SECTION 1. The first section of the act entitled " An act in relation to suits against district school officers," passed May 1, 1847, is hereby amended so as to read as follows : 1.
Page 15 - ... so far as such moneys shall be sufficient for that purpose; and to collect the residue of such wages, excepting such sums as may have been collected by the teachers, from all persons liable therefor : 9.
Page 1 - AN ACT TO ESTABLISH FREE SCHOOLS THROUGHOUT THE STATE. The People of the State of New-York, represented in Senate and Assembly do enact as follows : SECTION 1 . Common schools in the several school districts in this State shall be free to all persons residing in the district over five and under twenty-one years of age.
Page 13 - ... public notice by notices posted in three or . more public places in said town, one of which shall be within the district so annulled, and the proceeds of such sale shall be first applied so far as requisite, to the payment of any just debts due from the district so annulled, and the residue thereof shall be apportioned • among the taxable inhabitants of the district so annulled in the...
Page 11 - Whenever a suit shall have been commenced, or shall hereafter be commenced against the trustees of a school district, in consequence of acts by them performed in pursuance of and by the direction of such district, for any act performed by virtue of, or under color of their office, and such suit shall have been finally determined, or whenever after the final determination of any suit commenced by or against any trustees or other officers...
Page 13 - ... to collect the same. He shall receive for his services, on all sums paid as aforesaid, one per cent, and upon all sums collected by him after the expiration of the time mentioned, five per cent ; and in case a levy and sale shall be necessarily made by such collector, he shall be...

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