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Compulsory Education (Continued).
County Auditor (Continued).
Shall keep separate accounts with the different
How such accounts are to be started and kept,
Shall not draw warrant, p. 13, P. 1, 2, s. 12; p. 27,
P. 2, s. 67; p. 31, 33, s. 69, 78.
p. 49, s. 150.
tion, p. 50, s. 15242.
superintendent, p. 35, s. 88.
Are vested with same powers as school trustees,
County commissioners temporary board, p. 59,
Election of, p. 59, s. 178.
and Dependent, Neglected or Delinquent Chil- To certify as to buildings needed, p. 110, s. 1.
To employ and discharge janitors, etc., p. 59,
To employ teachers holding Nevada high-
To enforce state courses of study, p. 59, s. 179.
To estimate money needed for new buildings,
p. 110, s. 1.
To furnish annual estimate, p. 59, s. 179.
To pay salary and other expenses, p. 59, s. 180.
60, s. 184.
To take office, when, p. 59, s. 178.
Vacancies in filled by appointment, p. 59, s. 178.
Shall abolish school districts, p. 36, s. 97.
tion, p. 59, s. 177.
Shall act on applications of deaf, dumb and
Shall act on application for feeble-minded, p. 83,
Shall appropriate money for county institute, p.
Shall change boundaries of school districts, p.
32, s. 77.
school districts, p. 37, s. 99.
Shall create joint school districts, p. 34, s. 81.
35, s. 87.
Shall establish two county high schools, p. 57,
Shall join in action to establish county normal
training schools, p. 60, s. 185.
Shall levy county school tax, p. 46, s. 139.
Shall levy state school tax, p. 45, s. 135.
Shall locate county high school, p. 57, s. 175.
p. 59, s. 180.
Shall make certain provisions for deaf, dumb and
Shall make levy for high-school bonds and inter-
Shall make levy for school district tax, when, p.
Shall make levy for special bond tax, p. 63, s. 197.
school, p. 58, s. 176.
Shall not allow census marshal's bill, p. 44, s. 133.
of education, p. 110, s. 2.
official organ of state board of education, p. 9, training school, p. 61, P. 3, s. 189.
Shall transfer money to school funds, when, p.
high school to voters, p. 57, s. 174.
County Commissioners (Continued).
County Normal Training Schools (Continued).
Salary of teacher to be paid from general fund
of state, in usual manner, p. 61, P. 2, s. 189.
County money may be transferred to district school
funds, when, p. 75–76, s. 1, 2.
Duty as to interest on school bonds, p. 63, 111, s.
Shall keep separate accounts with different
funds, p. 39, s. 118.
Shall receive and hold school moneys as special
deposit, p. 48, s. 149.
superintendent, p. 35, s. 88.
63, s. 197.
To notify superintendent of public instruction
as to county school money, p. 48, s. 149.
To pay over money only on warrants of county
auditor, p. 48, s. 149.
To receive no fees for handling school moneys,
p. 49, s. 150.
To refuse payment of claims, when, p. 48, s. 149.
tion, when, p. 48, s. 149.
Deaf, Dumb and Blind-
Application for support and education, how
Appropriation for, Stats. 1915, p. 235, s. 29.
Certificate of superintendent of public instruc-
tion necessary, p. 83, s. 2.
Persons over 21 years of age, p. 83, s. 4.
83. S. 4.
Qualifications of for state aid, p. 83. s. 4.
superintendent public instruction, p. 82, s. 1.
Support of provided by state, p. 83, s. 4.
Delinquent Children. See Juvenile Delinquents.
Rev. Laws, s. 728–756; p. 93-106.
Appointed by district judges, Rev. Laws, s. 733.
Appointment of requires concurrence of cer-
tain officers, Rev. Laws, s. 733.
county commissioners required for, p. 60, s. superintendent of public instruction and
deputy superintendent, when, Rev. Laws, s.
See Contributory Dependency and Delin-
Deputy Superintendents of Public Instruction-
Appointment and term of office of, p. 12, s. 9.
Attorney-general legal adviser of, p. 39, s. 116.
Office expenses of, p. 14, s. 13.
Traveling expenses of, p. 14, s. 13.
To act as educational examiner, p. 13, s. 11.
To assist at state, district, and county insti-
To assist state board of education in preparing
amount needed for salary of teacher, p. 61, To attend meetings of state board of education,
p. 13, s. 11.
13, s. 11.
To devote entire time to supervision, p. 12, s. 9.
tion, p. 13, s. 11.
and regulations for management of school, To make written report quarterly to superin-
tendent of public instruction, p. 12. P. 12, s. 6.
Deputy Superintendents (Continued).
Emeritus positions at university, p. 144, 145.
cases, p. 108-110.
Errata, facing page 2.
For state permanent school fund, p. 113, 114, s. 5,
Establishment of kindergartens, p. 134.
fund, Rev. Laws, s. 2281.
Exemptions of school property, p. 38, s. 106.
Appropriation for, p. 84, s. 4.
Fines, all to go into state permanent school fund,
Firearms, use of by minors, p. 107.
Teachers must give instructions in monthly, p.
Flag, National, p. 38, s. 113.
See, instead, Transfer of Pupils and School
Books loaned to children, p. 78. s. 2.
Books property of district, p. 78, s. 2.
P. 20, s. 67. See Transfer of Pupils and Parents and guardians responsible for, p. 78, s. 3.
Teachers' desk-books property of districts, p. 79,
Trustees to pay over money to county treasurer,
Violation of act, penalty for, p. 79, s. 8.
For emergency, p. 36, s. 94.
In consolidated districts, p. 35, s. 88.
Restriction as to county school, in certain dis-
auditor and report thereon, p. 14, P. 6, s. 12. Restriction as to state school, in certain dis-
Estray animals, proceeds of sale to go into,
Rev. Laws, s. 2281.
Road funds may be applied to, when, Rev.
To have 2 per cent of net profits from any
county or municipal franchise, Rev. Laws,
Rev. Laws, s. 2251.
Estimates for, p. 57, s. 175.
Custodian of, p. 58, 59, s. 176, 180.
Expenditures of, p. 59, s. 179.
Uses of, p. 58, 59, s. 176, 180.
How apportioned, p. 52, s. 153.
How expended, p. 52, s. 155.
Action creating, p. 35, s. 90.
Amount of semiannually set aside, p. 35, s. 90.
Amount to district, when, p. 36, s. 93.
Basis of distribution, p. 36, s. 93.
But one apportionment, p. 36, s. 94.
How used, p. 35, s. 91.
Transfer of to county treasurer, p. 36, s. 95.
Set aside, p. 61, s. 189.
Use of, p. 61, s. 189.
Funds, School (Continued).
Grazing fees, 10 per cent of apportioned to county
High-school dormitories, Elko County, p. 146-149.
Schools shall be kept open on, when, p. 38, s. 112.
Shall not be kept open on, when, p. 38, s. 112.
Hospital near schoolhouse unlawful, Rev. Laws, s.
Houses of Ill-Fame-
Must not be located where, p. 69, s. 217; Rev.
Laws, s. 6510.
Penalty on, p. 69, s. 218.
p. 69, s. 219.
Interest-Bearing School Warrants-
How endorsed, p. 80, s. 2.
Must be paid within three years, p. 80, s. 5.
Order of payment of, p. 80, s. 3.
Preliminaries as to issue, p. 80, s. 5.
Tax levy for payment of, p. 80, s. 5.
State board of investment for, Stats. 1913, p. 252,
paid out of state school fund, when, Rev, Teachers and college professors exempt from,
when, p. 39, s. 117.
Kindergartens, See Establishment of Kindergar-
Legislature and education. See Constitutional
Libraries, District School-
Apportionment of money to, p. 5, s. 153.
Books to be approved by superintendent of pub-
Books for, to be purchased by, p. 52, s. 156.
Money for, how expended, p. 52, s. 155.
Rules and regulations for purchase of books, etc.,
p. 52, s. 157.
Act to establish, Rev. Laws, s. 794, 3227-3231.
Cities may establish, P. 61, s. 794.
Claims against, how paid, s. 3230.
Commissioners to levy tax for, s. 3230.
Petition to establish, s. 3227.
State board of education to appoint trustees,
Tax levy for, limited, s. 3227.
Trustees, powers of, s. 3229.
Life diplomas. See Teachers' Certificates.
Minors must not be sold liquors, etc., or allowed in
certain places, p. 106, 107.
district judge, when, Rev. Laws, s. 733. Oath of office for college professors and teachers.
in making contracts for care of delinquents, Oath of office, when term of office begins, bond,
Rev. Laws, s. 2786.
p. 41, s. 120.
President of University-
President of University (Continued).
School Districts (Continued).
Shall receive part of funds of old district,
Size of limited, p. 32, s. 77.
When school in must be begun, p. 32, s. 77.
How expenses are paid, p. 35, s. 85.
How supported, p. 34, s. 83.
What districts may unite, p. 34, s. 83.
When presumed to be organized, Rev. Laws, s.
When may be abolished, p. 36, s. 97.
Proceeds of, how disposed of, p. 37, s. 100.
Property of abolished district, p. 37, s. 99.
33, s. 80.
School funds. See Funds, School.
School libraries. See Libraries, District School.
School month, twenty days, p. 37, s. 104.
ing, forging or stealing, Rev. Laws, s. 2817. School property exempt from taxation or execu-
School text-books. See Text-Book Commission.
Body corporate, p. 21, s. 40.
District attorney adviser of, p. 39, s. 115.
Duties of clerk of, p. 25, s. 65.
31, s. 70.
Shall draw all orders on county auditor, when,
p. 31, s. 69.
Shall hold records subject to inspection, p. 25,
Shall sign records, p. 25, s. 65.
To issue certificate of election showing, p. 25,
To summarize votes, p. 25, s. 60.
Election of, p. 21-25, s. 43-61.
candidates, p. 23, s. 52.
Ballots to be printed in certain districts, p. 23,
Candidates in certain districts to file name,
Challenge of voter at, allowed. p. 24, s. 58.
How to vote at, p. 24, s. 54, 58.
Instructions as to voting to be on ballots, p. 24,
oath of office to school trustee, Rev. Laws
List to be delivered to inspectors, p. 23, s. 51.
Not allowed at polls, p. 24, s. 56.
Notice to be posted, p. 22, s. 46.
Pay for preparing list in certain districts, p.
23, s. 50.
Penalty for showing ballot, p. 24, s. 56.
Qualifications for voting, p. 22, s. 47.
class, p. 22, s. 45, 46.
Voter may have assistance, when, p. 24, s. 57.
Voting to be by ballot, p. 23, s. 52.
What ballots shall be used, what they shall con-
tain, etc., in certain districts, p. 23, s. 53.
portionment of school funds, p. 36, s. 94. How board is organized, p. 25, s. 65.
Majority vote of to legalize action, p. 26, s. 66.