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Enacted by the General Assembly of 1913
Arranged by the State Department
of Public Instruction
CHAS. A. GREATHOUSE
School Laws Enacted by the General Assembly
This pamphlet, containing those school laws passed by the General Assembly of 1913 that are of general interest, is issued in the hope that it may be valuable and convenient to the school officials of the State.
CHAS. A. GREATHOUSE, Superintendent of Public Instruction.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
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School buildings, tearing down of.
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SCHOOL LAWS OF 1913.
[H. 21. Approved March 6, 1913.]
Township—Emergency Expenditures—Called Meeting Ad
visory Board. Section 1. Be it enacted by the general assembly of the State of Indiana, That section one of the above entitled act be amended to read as follows: Section 1. That section six be amended to read as follows: Section 6. Upon a special call of the township trustee, or the chairman of the advisory board or a majority of the members of said board, given in writing to each member thereof, stating the time, place and purpose of the meeting, said board may, if a quorum be present, by consent of a majority of all the members present, determine whether an emergency exists for the expenditure of any sums not included in the existing estimates and levy. In the event that such an emergency is found to exist said board may authorize by special order entered and signed upon the record, the trustee to borrow a sum of money to be named sufficient to meet such emergency; and at the next annual session of the board a levy shall be made to the credit of the fund for which such expenditure is made to cover and pay the debt so created : Provided, however, That if at any annual or special meeting of said board it shall be found indispensably necessary to provide for the construction of a school building, the cost of which building or the proportionate cost thereof if the same be a joint graded high school building will be in excess of the sum available therefor out of any annual levy, then in that event, such board may authorize such trustee to issue township warrants or bonds to pay for such building, or the proportionate cost thereof, such warrants or bonds to run for a period of not exceeding fifteen (15) years; and to bear not exceeding six per centum per annum, and to be sold for not less than par; the township trustee, before issuing such warrants or bonds, shall advertise that bonds are to be sold in not less than one issue a week for three