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Session Laws, 1933 Session
Volume 421, Page 408   View pdf image (33K)
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WHEREAS, The University of Maryland has for many
years conducted for negro students of the State of Mary-
land at the Princess Anne Academy at Princess Anne,
Maryland, educational work required for them under the
Federal Morrill Act of 1862; and

WHEREAS, The General Assembly of Maryland has never
authorized an apportionment of funds received from the
Federal Government under this Act, as required by Fed-
eral regulation in those States where education for col-
ored students is given in separate institutions:

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of
Maryland, That a new section be, and the same is hereby
added to Article 77 of the Code of Public General Laws
of Maryland (Edition of 1924), entitled "Public Educa-
tion", under a new sub-title to be known as "Negro Edu-
cation Under the Morrill Act", said new section to be
known as Section 214A, to follow immediately after Sec-
tion 214 of said Article, and to read as follows:


214A. That the funds for residence education now re-
ceived by the University of Maryland from the Govern-
ment of the United States under the Morrill Act, now
amounting to $50, 000 per year, shall be divided on the
basis of the population of the State of Maryland as shown
by the latest census, so that a percentum of these funds
equal to the percentum of the negro population to the
whole population of the State, shall be expended by the
Comptroller of the State, upon recommendation of the
Regents of the University of Maryland, for the benefit
and in the interests of the Princess Anne Academy.

The Board of Regents of the University of Maryland
may allocate such part of the state appropriation for Prin-
cess Anne Academy or other funds of the Academy as
may be by it deemed advisable, to establish partial schol-
arships at Morgan College or at institutions outside of
the State of Maryland, for negro students who may apply
for such privileges, and who may, by adequate tests, be
proved worthy to take professional courses or such other
work as is not offered in the said Princess Anne Acad-
emy, but which is offered for white students in the Uni-
versity of Maryland; and the Board of Regents of the
University of Maryland shall have authority to name a
Board which shall prepare and conduct such tests as it
may deem necessary and advisable in order to determine


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