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Compiled by the State Superintendent and printed agree-
ably to An Act approved March 13, 1889
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This pamphlet will be sent free on application to the State Superintendent of Public Schools, Augusta, Maine.
Protection of Life in Buildings used for Public Purposes (Chap. 28, Sec. 37, R. S. 1903 as amended)..
64-65 Common School Fund (Chap. 177, P. L. 1909)...
65-66 Equalization of School Privileges (Chap. 198, P. L. 1909 as amended)
66-67 Employment of Women and Children in Manufacturing or Me
chanical Establishments (Chap. 40, Secs. 48-54, R. S. 1903)..... 67-73 Encouragement of Industrial Education (Chap. 188, P. L. 1911, as amended)..
74-76 Jurats of Town Officers on Returns (Chap. 15, P. L. 1913). 77 Secret Societies in the Public Schools (Chap. 34, P. L. 1913)..... 77 State Certification of all Teachers of Public Schools (Chap. 58 P. L. 1913)...
77-79 Pensions for Teachers of Long Service (Chap. 75, P. L. 1913).... 79-81
LAWS OF MAINE
Being Chapter 15, Revised Statutes of 1903, (and subsequent amendments thereto) together with certain other parts of the Revised Statutes and those Pubec Laws of 1905, 1907, 1909, 1911, and 1913, governing the management of all public schools except those in districts organized with special powers by acts of Legislature.
(Enactments of 1913 are 'effective July 11, 1913.)
LOCATION OF SCHOOLS.
SEC. I. The school districts in all towns in the state are abolished. Provided, however, that school districts organized districts
abolished ex. with special powers by act of the legislature may retain such organization and special powers; but said districts shall annually by act of on or before the first day of June, by their agents, trustees or 1893, c. 216,
$ 1. directors, submit to the school committees of their several towns estimates of the amounts required for the maintenance of the wchools therein, other than free high schools, for the ensuing school year, and shall be entitled to such portion of the common schools in school funds of the town as said committees shall determine,
, be supported. which sum shall not be less than is necessary for the maintenance of their schools for a period equal to that of the other schools of the town; and provided further, that the corporate powers of every school district shall continue so far as the same may be necessary for meeting its liabilities and enforcing its powerporate rights; and any property held in trust by any school district by continued virtue of a gift, devise or bequest for the benefits of said district of meeting shall continue to be held and used according to the terms thereof. 1893, c. 216,