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Session Laws, 1835
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and inform themselves as to the, moral character, suffi-

CHAP 278.

ciency and competency of such candidates to teach


primary schools, and if upon such examination they


shall believe them to possess the necessary qualifica-


tions as above required, they shall certify the same in


writing under their hands, and deliver such certificate


to the person so examined as aforesaid.


SEC. 3. And be it enacted, That the boards of trus-

Election of trustees

tees, and clerks, of primary schools now constituted

& clerk

in the several school districts of said county, shall hold


their appointments until the next annual meeting of


the taxable inhabitants in said school districts, which


shall take place sometime in the month of December


next, and annually thereafter, for the purpose of elect-


ing by ballot the several trustees and clerks required


by the act to which this is a supplement, and it shall

Notice of meeting

be the duty of the clerks respectively to give at least


ten days previous notice of the time and place of hold-


ing such annual meetings to the taxable inhabitants in


their respective school districts, by advertisement set


up at three of the most public places in such district,


and it shall be the duty of the taxable inhabitants at


the annual meetings aforesaid to elect by ballot the


trustees and clerk for their respective school districts,


who shall hold their offices until the annual meeting of


such district, next following the time of their election,


and a new election shall have been made; and in case


such offices or any of them shall become vacant, by


death, resignation, or otherwise, and such vacancy,


shall not be supplied at a special or district meeting,


within one month thereafter, the commissioners for the


county, are required to supply such vacancy by the


appointment of any suitable person residing in such


school district, where such vacancy shall have occur-




SEC. 4. And be it enacted, That it shall he the duty

Estimate of ex-

of the trustees of the several school districts in said


county, to make out an estimate in writing, under their


hands at their first meeting in each and every year, of


the sum required for the purchase of fuel, books and


stationery, necessary to supply the schools, whose con-


cerns they are called upon to manage, and cause return


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