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The Maryland Code Public General Laws, 1904
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1896, ch. 135, secs. 2-3. 1902, ch. 330, sec. 61 A.

67. The sum of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars is
hereby appropriated to be paid by the State treasurer upon
the warrant of the comptroller, on the first day of August,
1902, and annually thereafter, and to be expended, or as much
thereof as may be necessary, for the purchase of text books,
as provided in section 64. The whole of said sum shall be
apportioned by the comptroller in the month of July of each
and every year, according to and based upon the total number
of different pupils enrolled, as disclosed by the statistics of
the report of the State board of education for fiscal year end-
ing July 31, 1901, and he shall immediately thereafter notify
the treasurer of the several boards of county school commis-
sioners of the counties and the city of Baltimore of the amount
thus found to be due to each, and the same shall be paid to
the treasurer of the board of school commissioners of Balti-
more city and the several counties, upon the draft of the presi-
dent and secretary of the several boards of county school
commissioners and the city of Baltimore aforesaid.

Chapter II. County Examiner.

1888, art. 77, sec. 62. 1872, ch. 377.

68. It shall be the duty of the county examiner to examine
candidates for the profession of teacher, in the presence of at
least one member of the board of county school commissioners,
or one or more of the district trustees, and to give to such
persons as are found qualified, under the sanction of the board
at its next meeting, a certificate setting forth the branches:
such persons are competent to teach; but no certificate shall
be granted without satisfactory evidence of the moral character
of the applicant.

Ibid, sec 63. 1870, ch. 311. 1872, ch. 377, sub-ch. 11, sec. 2
1874, ch. 463. 1888, ch. 386. 1904, ch. 584.

69. The certificate issued by each county superintendent
shall be numbered and registered in a book kept by the board
of county school commissioners, and be delivered to their suc-
cessors in office, and shall be denominated first or second grade,
as the case may be, and the state board of education shall keep
a book in the same manner as the county superintendent;.
certificates of the first grade shall embrace orthography,
reading, writing, arithmetic, geography, United States history,
English grammar, bookkeeping, algebra, natural philosophy,
physiology, plane geometry (four books), general history,


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