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Fines and penalties. (See Penalties.)
Fire protection

doors of schoolhouse
duty of boards of education
duty of state fire marshal
exits from upper floors
fire drills
fire-escapes
furnaces.
inspection
instruction
penalty
plans for buildings submitted to state architect.

time for compliance with law
First-grade certificates

(See, also, Certificates, county.)
Flag:

display in public schools
flag day, observance

rules and regulations for display
Forfeiture of office:

county superintendent

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district board
Forfeiture paid into common school fund.
Forming and changing school districts
Fraternities. (See High-school fraternities.)
Free district schools
Free schools, cities second class
Free textbooks
Funding bonds. (See Bonds, refunding.)
Funds:

common school
county school
normal institute:

appropriation, county
appropriation, state
county superintendent to transmit fees.
custodian
disbursements
fees

candidates for certificates

85 230
84 223

181 535
182 538
182 537
182 536
182 539
181 535
181 535
37 80
37 78
37 78
40 90
29 50
181 535
181 535
181 535

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examination at state institutions
examination in other counties
examination for high-school credits
examination for normal-training certificates.
indorsement of certificates
registration fee
registration of certificates

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183 540

renewal of certificates
union institutes
state school fund:

cities regulated by special law receive
collection
commissioners
custodian
disbursement of income.
investment
record
unclaimed estates

130 372
194 571
190 560
193 569

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195 576
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204 616
207 622

Globes:

purchase without approval

sale without approval.
Governor:
appointments:

School Text-book Commission.
State Board of Education..

650
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State School Book Commission.
proclamation, cities of second class.
proclamation, school book contracts.

select land for State University fund.
Graded schools:

accredited by State Board of Education,
cities of second class.,
consolidation with district having graded schools.
defined
graded-school district, how formed.
single district may establish.
state supervisors

(See, also, Union or graded-school district.)
Grades of county certificates..
Grades retained in county examinations.
Graduates:
Barnes high schools:

college preparatory course.

general course
common schools:

admitted to high school....

diploma
county high schools:

admission to state institutions.

205 619
65 170
82 215
82 215
129

366
130 373
206 621

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86
89

151
151

447
447

116 317
116 317

143 409
144 415
143 409
29 50
31 57
33 64
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57
32 58

76 205
75 204

40
41

90
91

second-grade certificates.
normal-training high schools.
State Agricultural College.
State Normal School..
State University

three-year state certificates.
Guardians:

penalty for violation of compulsory-attendance act..

required to send children to school...,
High-school credits, second- and first-grade county ertificates..

exemption
High-school fraternities:

membership unlawful

penalty for membership.
High-school tuition:
paid by district.

tax authorized for payment.
payment in certain counties.

certificate of attendance.
election to determine payment.

tax levy for payment.
High schools:

accredited by State Board of Education.
admission by common-school diploma.
admission of nonresidents...
approved for admission to accredited colleges.
certificates of high-school teachers...

158 466
158 467

138 391
138 392
136 387
137 390
136 388
137 389

205 619
116 317
136 387
32 58
30 52
140 400

High schools—concluded.

Pg. Sec.
graduates from accredited high schools admitted to state
institutions

205 620
state supervisors of high schools.

206 621
High schools, Barnes law:
act in effect in certain counties.

152 450
act, when in force..

152 449
apportionment of funds.

150 442
certain cities and counties exempt.

152 448
county commissioners levy tax..

149 437
county superintendent, duty.

151 445
county treasurer to pay and distribute money

152 451
course of study.

151 447
course of study must prepare graduates for State Uni-
versity

149 437
election on adoption of Barnes act.

152 449
high-school fund

149 437
penalty, violation by county treasurer

153 452
principal shall make report..

151 444
standard

149 437
tax levy:
buildings

149 437
joint districts

150 443
limited to five-tenths mill.

149 438
limited to nine-tenths mill; exception.

150 439
tax levied by county commissioners.

149 437
tax levy made when..

150 440
taxes collected and paid to district treasurer.

150 441
tuition free in county.

151 446
High schools, cities of the first class.

52 119
High schools, cities of the second class.

65 170
High schools, county, population over 2000.

138 393
admission

142 406
board of trustees appointed.

139 395
buildings

141 403
county may establish.

138 393
courses of instruction.

141 405
collegiate

141 405
general

141 405
normal

141 405
election on establishment.

139 394
election of trustees..

139 396
graduates

143 409
collegiate course, admission to State University. 143 409
normal course, second-grade certificate..

143 409
officers board of trustees.

140 397
officers, duties of....

141 402
principal and teachers, employment.

141 404
report of trustees..

143 410
right of eminent domain.

50 115
rules and regulations...

142 408
secretary board of trustees:
appointment

140 397
duties

141 402
site

141 403
tax levy:
annual estimate and levy.

140 398
certified and collected..

141 401
limited to five-tenths mill.

140

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limited to nine-tenths mill, certain counties.

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High schools, county, population over 2000—concluded.

Pg. Sec.
teachers, employment

141 404
treasurer, board of trustees:
appointment

140 397
duties

141

402
trustees:
compensation

143 412
election

139 396
report

143 410
term

139 396
vacancies

143 411
tuition free in county

142 406
tuition, pupils from other counties

142

407
vacancy, board of trustees

143

411
High schools, county, less than 6000:
bonds:
authorized

145 41
election

145 420
limitation

145 421
unlawful use of proceeds

145 422
course of study

144 414
election on establishment

144 413
established by county commissioners at county seat.

144 413
established only on petition or election

144 418
free to pupils in county

144 417
graduates admitted to state institutions

144 415
teachers employed by county commissioners

144 416
High schools, county, population less than 10,000:
admission

146 425
aid provided by county superintendent and commissioners, 146 423
collection and use of funds

147

429
counties exempt

147 434
county superintendent to certify amount money necessary, 147 433
county treasurer, duty of

147 430
course of study

146 424
entrance certificate

146 425
free to residents

146 425
petition for county aid

146 427
report of principal

147 431
supervision

146 426
tax levy:
annual levy

146 428
collection and use of funds

147 429
county commissioners to levy tax

147 432
county superintendent to certify amount necessary... 147 433
High schools, county, under special act:
may come under general law.

148 435
tax for buildings..

148 436
High schools, normal training. (See Normal training in high

schools.)
High schools, rural.

153
admission of pupils.

155 462
annual meeting of high-school district board.

154 457
annual school meeting.

154. 457
attachment of adjacent territory.

156 463
authority of county superintendent.

155

460
authority to establish..

153 453
bonds for high-school building.

153 454
canvass of vote on establishing.

154 456
course of study.....

155 461
districts in two or more counties.

155 459

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High schools, rural-concluded.

Pg. Sec.
election in territory containing town or city.

154 455
election of high-school board...

154 456
election on forming rural high-school district.

153 454
government

155 460
petition for election.

153 454
powers of rural high-school board.

155 458
site

155 458
tax levy

154 457
tax levy, district in two or more counties.

155 459
tuition

155 462
condemnation of site.

156 465
district a body corporate.

156 464
Holy Scriptures:
Bible may be used in schools cities second class.

69 184
Bible reading not prohibited, cities first class.

56 137
Hygiene:
instruction in all public schools.

42 95
teachers, examined in..

42 95
Incorrigible pupils

77 206
Indebtedness:
bonded indebtedness:
compromised and refunded..

17 22
increase of debt prohibited when refunded.

19 25
refunded

16 20 •
cities second class, tax authorized to pay floating indebted-

177
disorganized districts:

bonded indebtedness refunded.
floating indebtedness

98 262
merged districts

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Indebtedness reported to county clerk....

122 343
Indentured pupil in Industrial (Reform) School.

161 474

161 476
Indian reservation, school district within....

94 246
Industrial education

159
Industrial (Reform) School pupils.

161
county superintendent to visit indentured pupils.

161 474
indentured pupils

161 474

161 476
persons sought to receive indentured pupils..

161 476
report of visiting agent on indentured pupil.

161 475
Industrial training

159
appropriation

160 473
board of education and district board may make provision, 159 469
report to state superintendent...

159 471
special teachers may be employed.

159 469
state aid

160 472
State Board of Education:
approve course of study.

159 469
establish standard for teachers.

159 470
grant certificates

159 470
tax levy

159 468
teachers, standard; certificates.

159 470
Installment bonds may be issued.

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Institute. (See Normal institute.)
Insurance companies, payment to state annual school fund..... 200 601

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