General Code of the State of Ohio Passed February 14, 1910 and Approved February 15, 1910 Volume 2, ; And Including the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation of 1777, Constitution of the United States of 1787, Ordinance of 1787, Cons

General Code of the State of Ohio Passed February 14, 1910 and Approved February 15, 1910 Volume 2, ; And Including the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation of 1777, Constitution of the United States of 1787, Ordinance of 1787, Cons

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 Excerpt: ...7922. For the uses and purposes of such board Tax levy. of education in administering such trusts, the council of such municipality annually may levy taxes on all the taxable property of such municipal corporation to the amount of three-tenths of one mill on the dollar valuation thereof. (R. S. Sec. 4105.) STATE UNIVERSITIES GENERALLY. Section 7923. Inasmuch as it is deemed desirable for this state to determine its policy in regard to the support of institutions of higher learning, and further desirable that it adopt a distinct and fixed policy in regard to universities and colleges for all time to come so that the policy of the state with reference to the Ohio State university, the Miami university and the Ohio university shall be determined and made definite and to the end that the state may build up one university worthy of it, as now begun at the Ohio State university, and also to fix such a policy as will provide support for the Miami and Ohio universities as colleges of liberal arts, but not to include technical or graduate instruction, aside from the usual graduate work for the degree of master of arts, and to determine definitely for all time that the Miami university and the Ohio university shall be no greater charge on the state so far as university purposes are concerned than herein provided for; therefore this subdivision of this chapter is passed to set forth the policy, to-wit: That in the future no representative of the Miami university or of the Ohio university or of the Ohio State university shall violate or attempt to violate this policy herein enacted into law as a policy for the support of higher education and as a guide for future general assemblies of the state of Ohio. (98 v. 309 1.) Declaration of policy of state with respect t...This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 Excerpt: ...7922.


Title:General Code of the State of Ohio Passed February 14, 1910 and Approved February 15, 1910 Volume 2, ; And Including the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation of 1777, Constitution of the United States of 1787, Ordinance of 1787, Cons
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