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[ Acts No. 1858, June 13, 1908 ]

AN ACT AMENDING SECTION FORTY OF ACT NUMBERED EIGHTY-TWO, KNOWN AS THE MUNICIPAL CODE.

By authority of the United States, be it enacted by the Philippine Legislature, that:

SECTION 1. Subsection (I) of section forty of Act Numbered Eighty-two, as amended, is hereby further amended so that paragraph two of said subsection shall read as follows:
"2. To provide, further, for the expenditure from general municipal funds, or with the approval of the Secretary of Public Instruction, from the municipal school funds established in accordance with subsection (b) of section forty-three of this Act and section one hundred and fifty of Act Numbered Eleven hundred and eighty-nine, as amended, of not to exceed forty pesos per month during the school year for each person appointed, as hereinafter provided, to receive in the Philippine Normal School, the Philippine School of Arts and Trades, the Philippine School of Agriculture or any other Insular school, special training for the teaching the academic branches, domestic science, agriculture, or arts and trades: Provided, That the total number of students appointed shall not exceed four from any one municipality. These students shall he appointed, by the municipal president, by and with the consent of the majority of all the members of the council, from a list of eligibles certified to the president by the division superintendent of schools, and by him recommended for such appointment.

"Only those who have satisfactorily completed and been graduated from the prescribed intermediate course of instruction and are not less than seventeen nor more than thirty years of age, or municipal or Insular teachers of the municipality who have held office  for two consecutive years at least, shall be eligible for appointment as special municipal students in the Philippine Normal School or in the Philippine School of Agriculture: and only those who have satisfactorily completed the first year of the prescribed intermediate course of instruction and arc not less than seventeen nor more than thirty years of age shall be eligible for as special municipal students in the Philippine School of Arts and Trades.

"Each student appointed in accordance herewith shall be required by the municipal president to sign an agreement to the effect that, upon the termination of his studies pursued according to the terms of his  appointment and  agreement, he will   return to the municipality appointing and maintaining him as a special student and accept an appointment either as a municipal or as an Insular  teacher in  said  municipality,  and  faithfully  perform   the  duties relative thereto for such salary as may be fixed by competent authority, for a period of time equal to that spent by him in study at the expense of the municipality from which he is appointed."
SEC. 2. This Act shall  take effect on   its  passage.

Enacted, June 13, 1908.

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