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[Act No. 3232, (1925-11-27)](https://lawyerly.ph/laws/view/l4aee)
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[ Act No. 3232, November 27, 1925 ]

AN ACT TO ESTABLISH AN AGRICULTUIAL HIGH SCHOOL IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF TAYABAS. PROVINCE OF TAYABAS TO BE KNOWN AS LUIS PALAD RURAL HIGH SCHOOL: PROVIDE FOR THE DIRECTION AND MANAGEMENT OF THE SAME: AUTHORIZE THE ACCEPTANCE OF FUNDS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE BUILDINGS, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

Be it enacted by the  Senate and House of Representatives of the Philippines  in Legislature  assembled  and by the authority of the same:

SECTION 1. An agricultural high school  s hereby  established in the municipality of Tayabas, Province of Tayabas, Philippine Islands, which shall be known as Luis  Palad Rural High School and shall be under the direction,  supervision, and control of the  Director of Education, the same as other Government schools.  The  expense of  the  establishment and maintenance of this school shall be paid out of the funds left by the late Luis Palad and any other funds which the Government or any of its dependencies or any other person may donate.

SEC. 2. The curriculum for this school shall be prepared by the Director of Education, with the approval of the Secretary of Public  Instruction.  The  Director of  Education shall have authority to appoint the  director of said school and all teachers or instructors required in the same.

SEC. 3. The Director of Education is hereby authorized to receive, in the name and behalf of  the Government of the Philippine Islands, from  the provincial governor of Tayabas, as trustee  of the estate of Luis Palad, such sums as may  be necessary for the proper operation of this school and the construction and upkeep of the permanent buildings  necessary for carrying  out the purposes  of the same.

SEC. 4. This Act shall take effect on its approval.

Approved. November 27, 1925.

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