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Page 149 - ... read at sight and write legibly simple sentences in the English language...
Page 149 - Whoever employs a minor in violation of the provisions of this section shall forfeit not more than one hundred .dollars for each offense to the use of the evening schools of such city or town.
Page 149 - English language, no person shall employ him, and no parent, guardian or custodian shall permit him to be employed unless he is a regular attendant at such evening school or at a day school...
Page 149 - or " Minor " shall mean a person under eighteen years of age, except that in regard to the compulsory attendance of illiterate minors at day or evening schools, the word " minor " shall mean a person under the age of twenty-one years.
Page 149 - ... for each offense to the use of the evening schools of such city or town. A parent, guardian or custodian who permits a minor under his control to be employed in violation of the provisions of this section shall forfeit not more than twenty dollars to the use of the evening schools of such city or town.
Page 106 - ... children. For Thine is the might, and Thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, Father, Son and Holy Ghost, now and for ever, world without end.
Page 147 - Laws, as amended, shall maintain during the following school year an evening school or schools for the instruction of persons over fourteen years of age in orthography, reading, writing, the English language and grammar, geography, arithmetic, industrial drawing, both free hand and mechanical, the history of the United States, physiology and hygiene and good behavior. Such other subjects may be taught in such schools as the school committee considers expedient.
Page 149 - ... for such period as said superintendent or school committee may determine. Said superintendent or school committee, or teachers acting under authority thereof, may excuse any absence from such evening school which arises from justifiable cause. Any minor not holding...
Page 147 - States census, said city or town shall establish and maintain, in addition to the schools required by law to be maintained therein, evening schools for the instruction of persons over fourteen years of age in such branches of learning and art as the school board shall deem expedient.