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OF DELAWARE COLLEGE.

CHAPTER 122.

OF DELAWARE COLLEGE.

AN ACT to Provide for the Establishment and Maintenance of a

Summer School at Delaware College for the instruction of
Teachers in a Summer Session.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware, in General Assembly met:

Section 1. The Trustees of Delaware College shall es- Trustees of tablish and maintain at Delaware College for a period of lege to estabnot less than five weeks during the summer of each and tain a summer every year a school for teachers in which shall be given teachers courses in pedagogy and such other subjects as will give increased efficiency to those who are now teaching or wish to prepare to teach in the free public schools of this State, said courses shall include such instruction in agriculture as will enable such persons to teach said To include insubject in the free Public Schools of this State.

The agriculture courses given in said School shall be arranged by the Trustees of Delaware College conjointly with the State Board of Education. All persons who are now teaching or who will give satisfactory assurance to the Director Free tuition for of said School that they intend to teach in the free public

public schools schools of this State, shall be admitted into said School, of this state the tuition in which shall be free.

those intending to teach in

Section 2. The sum of One Thousand Two Hundred Annual Dollars is hereby appropriated annually out of any mon

appropriation ey in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated for the maintenance of said School. Said sum shall be paid by the State Treasurer to the Treasurer of the Trustees of Delaware College in each and every year, which sum shall be used exclusively for the purposes of this Act.

Approved March 14, A. D. 1913.

OF DELAWARE COLLEGE.

CHAPTER 123.

OF DELAWARE COLLEGE.

AN ACT Appropriating One Thousand Dollars to the Board of

Trustees of Delaware College, for Finishing Swimming Pool and
Completing the Gymnasium.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware, in General Assembly met:

and gymna

Appropriation

Section 1. That the sum of One Thousand Dollars is Delaware Col- hereby appropriated to the Trustees of Delaware Colswimming pool lege, for the purpose of enabling said Trustees of Delasium ware College to finish Swimming Pool and Completing

the Gymnasium, and the State Treasurer is hereby authorized to pay the same to said Trustees of Delaware College, out of any funds not otherwise appropriated.

Approved March 17, A. D. 1913.

OF DELAWARE COLLEGE.

CHAPTER 124.

OF DELAWARE COLLEGE.

AN ACT Providing for Securing the Site, Erecting, Equipping and

Furnishing Buildings for a Women's College Affiliated with
Delaware College, at Newark, Delaware, and to Provide the
Method of Paying for the Same.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met, three-fourths of the members elected to each House concurring therein:

Section 1. During the month of March, A. D. 1913, Commission the Senate of the State of Delaware, the House of Rep-provided to seresentatives, the State Board of Education, the Board of construct Trustees of Delaware College and the State Federation Women. Colof Women's Clubs each shall elect one person from their wolle Delaware number, which said persons, so elected, together with the Governor of the State of Delaware, shall constitute a commission for the purposes and with the powers and duties hereinafter named. The members of said commission shall serve without compensation, but shall be reimbursed for actual expenses incurred in connection with the duties of said commission. Any vacancies occurring in said commission shall be filled by the body which elected the member whose death, resignation or Vacancies removal shall have caused such vacancy.

how filled

The said commission, after the organization thereof, is hereby authorized and empowered to secure the site or sites, construct, equip and furnish two modern fire-proof buildings for a Women's College affiliated with Delaware College, at Newark, Delaware. One of said buildings

One building shall be a Dormitory and shall accommodate not less tory, another a

to be a dormi

laboratory

OF DELAWARE COLLEGE.

Power and au

To secure services of an architect

To let contract to lowest, best

sponsible bidder

than fifty students. The other building shall be a Laboratory and shall be designed and constructed so as to provide proper conveniences for the instruction of the students in said College. The said commission shall have the power and authority to purchase any real property in the vicinity of Delaware College which shall be

selected by the commission for the purposes aforesaid thority to pur- from the owner or owners thereof upon such terms as

may be agreed upon.

Section 2. It shall be the duty of the said commission to secure the services of some competent architect or architects and to have the necessary plans, specifications and drawings for said buildings submitted to said commission as soon as possible.

When the plans, specifications and drawings for said and most re- buildings have been approved by said Commission, the

said commission shall let contracts for the work authorized by this Act, by public advertisement to the lowest, best and most responsible bidder, and shall have the right to reject any and all bids; and shall require all contractors to give bond, satisfactory to said commission, equal to one-half of the amount of the respective contracts.

Section 3. The total aggregate cost of the construction of the buildings provided for in this Act, including the site, or sites, equipment, fixtures and furnishings for the same, together with all fees, salaries, commissions and expenses of all kinds for the commission, engineers, experts, architects, superintendents, clerks and other employees, shall not exceed the sum of One Hundred and

Twenty Five Thousand Dollars. All payments on acPayments to count of said work shall be made by the State Treasurer

upon warrants drawn by the said commission from time to time upon the presentation to him of properly itemized vouchers bearing thereon the approval of said commission.

Total aggregate cost not to exceed a certain sum

be made on warrants drawn

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Section 4. The said commission shall have full and Commission

right to enter free right and authority to enter upon any lands in New upon any lands Castle County in the vicinity of Delaware College and county in viinto any buildings being on such land for the purpose of ware College inspecting and surveying the same in order that said commission may determine whether the acquisition of the same for the purposes set forth in this Act would be expedient. In case the said commission shall be unable to agree with the owner or owners of any real estate selected, for the purchase thereof, either by reason of inability to agree upon the terms of said purchase or because any owner thereof is a minor, or under any legal disability, or is unknown, or for any reason is unwilling to make or incapable of making a deed, conveying to the State of Delaware a good and perfect title to the real property aforesaid in fee simple, said commission may apply to the Associate Judge of this State, resident in Resident Judge New Castle County, by petition, and the said Judge shall county to ap appoint five judicious and impartial freeholders of said sion to view County to view the premises and assess the damages and assess which the owner or owners will sustain by reason of the taking and using of such real property. The said Board shall give the owner or owners of such real property notice of its intention to present the petition aforesaid. Such notice shall be served upon said owner or owners in writing at least five days before the presenting of said petition, if such owner or owners be within the said County, but if said owner or owners shall not be within the said County at the time, then said notice shall be left with the tenant of said real property (or if there be no tenant, shall be posted on the premises), at least ten days before the presenting of said petition, and if said Board to notice shall not be served personally upon the owner or holders anowners, such notice shall also be printed in two or more Commission in newspapers published in said County in at least one is- ages and viewsue thereof, which shall appear at least five days before the presenting of the petition aforesaid. The free-hold

land in dispute

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