Report of Legislative Committee on State Educational, Benevolent and Correctional Institutions to the General Assembly, Issue 63

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1903 - Education
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Page 50 - The following is a statement of the receipts and expenditures for the fiscal year...
Page 7 - Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of this committee to visit and fully investigate the penal, benevolent, reformatory, educational and all other State institutions, boards, societies and commissions and offices to which any appropriation has been made by the Legislature at its last preceding session, before the convening of the General Assembly next succeeding such general election, and prepare and submit to the said Legislature a report of such investigation, with the amount of appropriation which such...
Page 7 - Assembly of the State of Indiana, That the Governor of the State shall, within ten days after each general November election, appoint a committee to be composed of three members-elect of the General Assembly. Not more than two members of said committee shall be selected from any one political party, one member of which committee shall be from the Senate and two from the House.
Page 8 - 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 129 - April 26th, 1822, appeared a statement of the receipts and expenditures of the Society for the year ending March 12th, 1822. It is as follows: DONATIONS IN CLOTHING. "Mr. Henry Y. Slaymaker, 7 yards of coating Mrs. Ellmaker, 13 pieces of infants' clothing Miss Hester Fearass 16
Page 7 - Such investigations shall occupy a period of not exceeding forty-five days. Such committee shall be 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...
Page 32 - The property might not be depreciated in its salable or market value, if the building had been entirely closed for those purposes by the noise, smoke, and odors of the defendant's shops. It might then, perhaps, have brought in the market as great a price to be used for some other purpose.
Page 13 - University of a sum equal to one-twentieth of a mill on each dollar of taxable property in the state.
Page 13 - UNIVERSITY. Purdue University was organized under an act of Congress, passed July 2, 1862. This act appropriated public lands to the several States for the purpose of aiding in the maintenance of colleges "where the leading objects shall be, without excluding other scientific or classical studies, and including military tactics, to teach such branches of learning as are related to agriculture and the mechanic arts.
Page 21 - 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.

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