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amount appropriation Assistant attention average balance bedding believe Board of Control building bushels cash received Chair chapel close Clothing committed condition cost Cottage manager Counties current expense DEAR disbursements discharged employed ending June 30 equipment estimated expense abstract fact farm father fences fiscal Food furnish Furniture garden give grade grounds hand Heating hope hospital hundred Improvements increase Industrial School inmates institution instruction interest Italy John July keep kind kitchen labor land Lansing Laundry leave Legislature Library light living March ments Michigan Miss months necessary officers overseer Painting parents past plant present Previous printing Receipts Reform School Released repairs respectfully Returned School for Boys special expense submit Superintendent supplies TABLE Teacher things Total Treasurer write
Side 46 - ... before entering upon the discharge of his duties the clerk of the board of education shall give bond in the sum of one thousand dollars, with good and sufficient sureties to be approved by the board, conditioned for the faithful performance of the duties of his office.
Side 48 - But few additions have been made to the library during the past year ; it now contains eighteen hundred volumes, most of which are well suited to the wants of the boys.
Side 46 - ... which book shall, at all reasonable times, be open to the inspection of the members of the Board.
Side 15 - ... cultivation, on a portion of which is planted an orchard of two hundred and ninety-two thrifty young fruit trees, apple, pear, plum and cherry. The remaining sixteen acres are used as pasturage and lawn. "The yard in front of the building, containing five acres, is surrounded by a neat picket fence, and laid out in drives and walks, and ornamented with trees and shrubs. "The grounds enclosed by the high fence are devoted to the pleasure and comfort of the boys, on a portion of which a gymnasium...
Side 49 - The blue arch above us is Liberty's dome, The green fields beneath us Equality's home, But the school-room to-day is Humanity's friend — Let the people the flag and the school-house defend. Tis the school-house that stands by the flag, Let the nation stand by the school ; 'Tis the school-bell that ring for our Liberty old, Bardell V.