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1811 Vol. 1 -- Page: 187
Sequential Number: 091

Resolved, That John W Devereux, Augustine Harris and Hubert Reynolds be, and they are hereby appointed Commissioners of the Academy of Baldwin County.

Approval Date: Approved, 13th November, 1811.



 

1811 Vol. 1 -- Page: 194

Sequential Number: 122
 

Resolved, That Joel Crawford, esq. be, and he is hereby appointed a Commissioner of the Baldwin County Academy, in place of John W. Devereux, esq. who refuses to serve.

Approval Date: Approved, 13th December, 1811.



1814 Vol. 1 -- Page: 83

Sequential Number: 100

Resolved, That Doctor Thompson Bird be, and he is hereby appointed a commissioner of the Academy of Baldwin County in the room of Hubert Reynolds, deceased.

Approval Date: Approved, 22d November, 1814.



1816 Vol. 1 -- Page: 110

Sequential Number: 075
 

Full Title: To authorise the Commissioners of Baldwin County Academy to sell and convey six Lots in the town of Milledgeville, for the benefit of said Academy.

BE it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Georgia in General Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same, That from and after the passing of this act, it shall and may be lawful for the Commissioners of the Baldwin Academy, or their seccessors in office, to sell, dispose of and convey, (after giving sixty days notice) six one acre Lots in the town of Milledgeville, out of the number of those not heretofore disposed of, for the benefit of the Academy aforesaid.

BENJAMIN WHITAKER,

Speaker of the House of Representatives.

WILLIAM RABUN,

President of the Senate.

D. B. MITCHELL, Governor.

Approval Date: Assented to, 18th December, 1816.


1821 Vol. 1 -- Page: 27

Sequential Number: 020

Short Title: To convey to the Trustees of the Milledgeville Academy four Lots of ground.
Type: AN ACT

Sec. 1. BE it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Georgia in General Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same, That the square of Lots, Number Sixty-nine in the town of Milledgeville be, and the same is hereby conveyed to the Trustees of the Milledgeville Academy and their successors in office, to be held, improved, and used by them as a site for an Academy, and for no other purpose.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That whenever said lots herein conveyed shall be abandoned by said Trustees for the purposes aforesaid, they shall revert to, and become the property of the state.

DAVID WITT,

Speaker of the House of Representatives.

MATTHEW TALBOT,

President of the Senate.

JOHN CLARK, Governor.

Approval Date: Assented to, 16th May, 1821.



1826 Vol. 1 -- Page: 17

Sequential Number: 015

Full Title: AN ACT to incorporate Leonicera Academy, in Baldwin county.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Georgia in General Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same, That from and immediately after the passage of this act, the Academy in Baldwin county now known by the name of Leonicera Academy, shall be known and called by that name; and that James Lamar, William W. Carnes, Benjamin H. Reynolds, James Bonner, and John A. Jones, and their successors in office, be, and they are hereby declared to be a body politic and incorporate by the name and style of the Trustees of Leonicera Academy, and as such shall be capable and liable in law to sue and be sued, plead and be impleaded, and shall be authorised to make such bye laws and regulations as may be necessary for the government of said Academy: Provided, such bye-laws are not repugnant to the Constitution or laws of this State, and for that purpose, may have and use a common seal, and appoint such officers as they may think proper, and remove the same from office.

Page: 18

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the said trustees shall be capable of accepting and being invested with all manner of property, real and personal, all donations, gifts, grants privileges, and immunities whatsoever, which may belong to the said institution, or which may hereafter be conveyed or transferred to them and their successors in office, to have and to hold the same for the proper benefit and behoof of the said academy.

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That when any vacancy shall happen by death, resignation, or otherwise, of any one or more of the trustees of said Academy, the survivors, or a majority of them, shall fill [Illegible Text] same in such manner as may be pointed out by the bye [Illegible Text] and regulations of the trustees aforesaid.

Approval Date: Assented to 23d Dec. 1826.


1826 Vol. 1 -- Page: 31

Sequential Number: 029

Full Title: AN ACT to incorporate Corinth Academy, in Baldwin county.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of [Illegible Text] of the State of Georgia in General Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same, That from and immediately after the passing of this act, the Academy in Baldwin county now known and called by the name of Corinth Academy, shall be known and called by that name; and that Edmund Brantley, Josiah Matthews, Henry Densler, Benjamin Doles, and James C. Watson, and their successors in office be, and they are hereby declared to be a body politic and corporate by the name and style of the Trustees of Corinth Academy, and as such shall be capable and liable in law to sue and be sued, plead and be impleaded, and shall be authorised to make such bye-laws and regulations as may be necessary for the government of said academy: Provided, such bye-laws are not repugnant to the Constitution and laws of this State, and for that purpose may have and use a common seal, appoint such officers as they may think proper, and remove the same from office for improper conduct or neglect of duty.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the said trustees shall be capable of accepting and being invested with all manner of property, real and personal, all donations, gifts, grants, privileges, and immunities whatsoever, which may belong to said institution, or which may hereafter be conveyed or transferred to them or their successors in office, to have and to hold the same for the proper benefit and behoof of said academy.

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That when any vacancy may happen by death, resignation, or otherwise, of any of the trustees of Corinth Academy, the survivors or remaining trustees, or a majority of them, shall fill the same in such manner as may be pointed out by the bye-laws and regulations of the trustees aforesaid.

Approval Date: Assented to 14th Dec. 1826



1831 Vol. 1 -- Page: 3

Sequential Number: 001
 

Sec. 11. That Lucius Q. C. Lamar, Farish Carter, Seaton Grantland, James Bozeman, Green Jordan, Samuel Rockwell, and Thomas W. Baxter, and their successors in office, be and they are hereby appointed and declared to be a body corporate, under the name and style of the trustees for the Scottsboro' Male Academy, in the county of Baldwin.
 

Sec. 17. Each of said corporations shall have the privilege of using a common seal.

Sec. 20. And be it further enacted, That all laws and parts of laws militating against this act, and the same are hereby repealed.

ASBURY HULL,

Speaker of the House of Representatives.

THOMAS STOCKS,

President of the Senate.

WILSON LUMPKIN, Governor.

Approval Date: Assented to, Dec. 26, 1831.



1833 Vol. 1 -- Page: 22

Sequential Number: 014

Full Title: AN ACT to incorporate certain Academies, and to appoint Trustees for the same.
 

SEC. 6. And be it enacted by the authority aforesaid, That Richard J. Nichols, Thomas Ragland, Thomas Foard, William J. Davis, and Benjamin H. Reynolds, and their successors in office, be, and they are hereby declared to be a body corporate, under the name and style of the Trustees of the Midway Male and Female Academy, in the county of Baldwin, and that said Trustees shall be entitled to receive at the next distribution, a like portion of the Academic fund, of the county of Baldwin, and be placed on the same footing with the other incorporated Academy in said county.
 

SEC. 10. And be it enacted by the authority aforesaid, That said Trustees, or a majority of them, shall have full power and authority to fill all vacancies which may hereafter occur in said board of Trustees, and to pass all necessary by-laws and regulations as shall be deemed necessary for the proper management of the said institution: Provided, the same are not repugnant to the laws and Constitution of the State of Georgia.

THOMAS GLASCOCK,

Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JACOB WOOD,

President of the Senate.

WILSON LUMPKIN, Governor.

Approval Date: Assented to, 24th Dec. 1833.



1835 Vol. 1 -- Page: 161

Sequential Number: 101

Full Title: AN ACT to be entitled An Act to incorporate Oglethorpe University at Midway.

Whereas, the cultivation of piety and the diffusion of useful knowledge greatly tend to preserve the liberty and to advance the prosperity of a free people; and whereas, these important objects are best attained by training the minds of the rising generation in the study of useful science, and imbuing their hearts with the sentiments of religion and virtue; and whereas, it is the duty of an enlightened and patriotic legislature to authorize, protect and foster institutions Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Georgia in General Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same, That from and immediately after the passage of this act, Thomas Goulding, S. S. Davis, S. J. Cassels, S. K. Talmadge, J. C. Patterson, H. S. Pratt, Robert Quarterman, Charles W. Howard, C. C. Jones, Joseph H. Lumpkin, Washington Poe, Eugenius A. Nesbit, William W. Holt, B. E. Hand, Richard K. Hines, Samuel Rockwell, John A. Cuthbert, Tomlinson Fort, J. Billups, Charles C. Mills, Charles P. Gordon, John H. Howard, Thomas B. King and Adam L. Alexander, and their successors in office, shall be, and they are hereby declared to be a body politic and corporate, by the name and style of the Trustees of the Oglethorpe University; and as such shall be capable and liable in law to sue and be sued, to plead and be impleaded; and shall be authorized to use a common seal, and to make by-laws and regulations for the government of said university, and of the Manual Labour Institute attached thereto: Provided, such by-laws and regulations be not repugnant to the constitution or laws of this State, or of the United States.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the said board of trustees shall be authorized to appoint such officers as they may think proper for their own body, and for the instruction, government and management of said university, of the Manual Labour Institute attached thereto, and to remove the same from office: Provided, that Hopewell Presbytery, or any other assembly or body to which Hopewell Presbytery may transfer its authority over said institutions, shall have the power of confirming or annulling such appointments.

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the said board of trustees shall have authority to confer literary degrees.

Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That the said board of trustees shall be capable of holding all manner of property, both real and personal; and shall be invested with all the rights, privileges and immunities, which now belong or appertain, or shall hereafter be granted or conveyed to said institution, or to either of them, to have and to hold the same, for the proper use and benefit of said institutions.
 

Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That it shall not be lawful for any person to establish, keep or maintain any store or shop of any description, for vending any species of merchandise, groceries or confectionaries, of any kind whatever, within the following limits, viz. on the south side of Fishing creek, in a direction between the sites of the edifices of the said University and Manual Labour Institute, and Milledgeville, nor within a mile and a half of the sites of either of said edifices, in any other direction. Any person violating the prohibitions contained in this section, shall be liable to be indicted as for a misdemeanor; and on conviction, shall be fined in a sum not less than five hundred dollars, nor more than one thousand dollars; the said fine to be appropriated to the benefit of said university.

Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That the term of office of the members of the said board of trustees, shall be determined and regulated, and all vacancies in any manner occurring therein, shall be filled by Hopewell Presbytery, or by such body or assembly as may receive from Hopewell Presbytery its authority over said institutions, in such manner as the body so authorized shall think proper.

JOSEPH DAY,

Speaker of the House of Representatives.

ROBERT M. ECHOLS,

President of the Senate.

WILLIAM SCHLEY, Governor.

Approval Date: Assented to, 21st Dec. 1835.



1837 Vol. 1 -- Page: 3

Sequential Number: 001

Full Title: AN ACT to incorporate certain Academies therein named, and to appoint Trustees for the same, and to confer certain rights and privileges upon the same.

Sec. 30. And be it further enacted, That Wm. D. Scoggins, L. J. Smith, Thomas Raines, James Talbot, and James Jolley be, and they are hereby appointed Trustees of Corinth Academy, in Baldwin county.

Sec. 55. And be it further enacted, That the said Trustees, and their successors in office be, and they are hereby declared to be a body politics and corporate, by the name and style of the Trustees of the various Academies mentioned in this act; and as such, shall be capable and liable, in law, to sue and be sued, plead and be impleaded; and to make all such by-laws and regulations as may be necessary for the government of said Aca demies: Provided, such by-laws and regulations are not repugnant to the coustitution and laws of this State.

Sec. 56. And be it further enacted, That the said Trustees shall be capable of holding real or personal estate, all gifts, grants, and immunities, which may now belong to said institutions, or which may hereafter be conveyed to them or their successors in office, for the benefit of said institutions; and that when any vacancy may happen, by death, resignation, or otherwise, of any one or more of said Trustees, the survivors, or a majority of them, shall fill said vacancy, and do all manner of business appertaining to said corporations.
 

JOSEPH DAY,

Speaker of the House of Representatives,

ROBERT M. ECHOLS,

President of the Senate,

GEORGE R. GILMER, Governor.

Approval Date: Assented to, 25th December, 1837.



1836 Vol. 1 -- Page: 10

Sequential Number: 008
Type: AN ACT,

Full Title: To incorporate the Trustees of the following Academies, to wit: --

Page: 11
Pleasant Grove Academy, in the county of Decatur; the Trustees of Pleasant Hill and Flat Creek Academies, in the county of Merriwether; the Trustees of Rosseau Academy, in the county of Columbia; the Trustees of Summerville Female Institute, in the county of Richmond; the Trustees of Fort Valley and Houston County Academies, in the county of Houston -- and to appropriate a part of the Poor School and Academic fund, set apart for the county of Houston, to repairing or rebuilding the Houston County Academy edifice, the Trustees of Gum Spring Academy, in the county of Washington, and the Trustees of Philadelphia Academy, in the county of Baldwin; and to appoint the Trustees of Hall County Academy; Trustees of the Hall County Female Academy; also, to confer certain powers, rights and privileges upon the same.
 

That Benjamin Lester, John S. Stephens, James McCrary, Shadrach Bivins and William Lewis, be, and they are hereby appointed a body corporate, by the style of the Trustees of the Philadelphia Academy, in the county of Baldwin.
 


ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA, PASSED IN MILLEDGEVILLE, AT AN ANNUAL SESSION IN NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER, 1860.
1860 Vol. 1 -- Page: 79

Sequential Number: 095
Law Number: (No. 90.)
32. Sec. V. And be it further enacted, That the Church known as Pleasant Grove, in the county of Baldwin, be and the same is hereby incorporated, and shall be known and recognized as a body corporate, by the name of Pleasant Grove Church; and that David P. Brown, Oliver P. Bonner, Thomas Morris, Thomas Horne, and Oscar V. Brown be, and they are hereby appointed trustees of the same, with power to hold real and personal estate, to sue and be sued, to plead and be impleaded, and to do all other acts that bodies corporate and politic of a similar character are authorized to do, and whereas; there were three acres of land donated by a deed of James Horne, dated January 2d, 1829, to certain trustees therein named, for the purpose of erecting a building to be used for preaching and teaching, on which said Pleasant Grove Church is now crected, it is further enacted that said building be, and the same is hereby incorporated as Pleasant Grove Academy, and the persons herein before named, appointed Trustees for the same with full powers by said corporate name to sue and be sued, plead and be impleaded, and to do all other acts and things necessary to carry out the purposes of the original grant, and may use either one of the corporate names aforesaid, as circumstances may require; a majority of said Trustees, may supply any vacancy in their number which may occur by death, resignation or removal, and shall have full power to make all necessary rules and regulations for the proper government and good order of their trusts; which jurisdiction shall extend over the three acres donated as aforesaid

33. Sec. VI. And be it further enacted, That Black Spring Academy in the county of Baldwin, be and the same is hereby incorporated, and shall be a body corporate and politic by that name, with power to sue and be sued, plead and be impleaded, to answer and be answered unto, to have and use a common seal, to acquire and hold real and personal estate whether obtained by gift, grant, purchase or bequest; and it is hereby further enacted, that James M. Hall, Francis T. Miner, Eliphilet Chandler, Joseph Leonard, Brinkley Babb, Ezekiel Trice, John Speight, William A. Robinson and James M. Gumm, are appointed Trustees for the same; a majority of whom shall have power to fill any vacancy in their number, which may occur by death, resignation, removal or otherwise; and the said Trustees or a Majority of them, may adopt such rules and regulations as they deem expedient to the successful management of said Academy, not inconsistent with the laws and constitution of this State.

Sec. VII. Repeals conflicting laws.
Approval Date: Assented to 8th December, 1860.



1888 Vol. 2 -- Page: 10

Sequential Number: 002

Short Title: ESTABLISHING THE GEORGIA NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE, AND APPROPRIATING MONEY FOR THE SAME.
Law Number: No. 590.

Full Title: An Act to establish a Normal and Industrial College as a branch of the State University, for the education of white girls; to appropriate money for the same, and for other purposes.

SECTION I. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Georgia, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same, That there shall be established in connection with the State University, and forming one of the departments thereof, a college for the education of white girls, to be known as the "Georgia Normal and Industrial College." Said college shall be located, equipped and conducted as hereinafter provided.

SEC. II. Be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That the Governor of this State shall nominate and appoint, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, five fit and discreet persons, to be known as the Board of Directors of the Georgia Normal and Industrial College, who shall serve without pay, except their actual expenses while away from their several places of residence attending to the duties of said Board of Directors, which shall be paid. When the said Directors have selected a location for the Georgia Normal and Industrial College, as hereinafter provided, the Governor shall appoint from the county where located two additional Directors, who shall be appointed and confirmed as the first five Directors provided for, and shall have like power and duties. In all cases where there is a vacancy in the Board of Directors, or from any cause there are unfilled places in said Board when the General Assembly is not in session, the Governor shall appoint to fill the vacancy until a regular appointment can be made by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate.

SEC. III. Be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That a majority of said Board shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business.
 

The said Board shall have power to select from their numbers a President and a Secretary, and to prescribe rules and regulations for their government. Immediately after the Board of Directors is composed of seven members, they shall divide by lot into three classes: two members holding for two years, two for four years, and three for six years. The result of this allotting shall be certified to by the President and Secretary of said Board, and presented to the Governor, who shall then issue accordingly, commissions to each of the members of said Board, in lieu of the certificates of appointment, which shall be issued when first appointed. The term of each shall be computed from the date of the appointment of the first five. All subsequent appointments shall be made as above prescribed, and for a term of six years, except when made to fill an unexpired term.
 

SEC. IV. Be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That it shall be the duty of the Governor to convene said Board at the Capital of the State within ninety days after the approval of this Act, but all subsequent meetings shall be by direction of the Board of Directors, or called by its officers under its rules and regulations. Whenever it is made to appear to the Governor that any member of said Board has failed to attend two successive meetings of said Board, without rendering an excuse which is satisfactory to, and accepted by the Board, it shall be the duty of the Governor to declare his place vacant, and to fill the vacancy.
 

SEC. V. Be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That the five Directors first appointed under the provisions of this Act shall, as soon as they are organized, proceed to locate said Georgia Normal and Industrial College in the city of Milledgeville, and for that purpose the property of the State known as the "Executive Mansion," and its grounds, containing two acres, and the land and buildings known as the "Penitentiary Square," containing twenty acres, be, and it is hereby set apart and appropriated for the purposes and benefit of said School.

SEC. VI. Be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That so soon as said Directors have procured suitable grounds they shall proceed to have erected on such grounds the necessary buildings for said college. In case they shall select grounds upon which there are buildings, they shall proceed to remodel the same, if needful, and erect any additional buildings that may be necessary. The Directors shall procure and place in the building of the Georgia Normal and Industrial College the necessary machinery, power, fixtures, furniture, equipment, appliances and apparatus to carry into effect the intention of this Act.
 

SEC. VII. Be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That when the necessary buildings shall have been erected, or completed, and the machinery, power, fixtures, furniture, equipment, appliances and apparatus placed therein, as required by this Act, and said Georgia Normal and Industrial College shall be ready for the reception of students, said Board of Directors shall notify the Board of Trustees of the University of Georgia, and shall turn over the said Georgia Normal and Industrial College to their control and management.
 

SEC. VIII. Be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That the said college shall be a part of the University of Georgia and under the control and management of its Board of Trustees. Said Trustees shall have authority, from time to time, to add such special features to the college, and to open such new departments of training and instruction therein, as the progress and advancement of the times require. They shall also have power and authority to ordain and establish such rules and by-laws for the regulation of said college, and the teaching, training and governing of the students, not inconsistent with this Act, as in their opinion may be proper to secure the success of said college. The Chancellor of the University of Georgia shall have general supervision of said Georgia Normal and Industrial College, and its officers shall be selected and their salaries fixed, either directly by the Board of Trustees of the University of Georgia, or through the Board of Directors, as herein provided.
 

SEC. IX. Be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That the Board of Directors, hereinbefore provided, shall become, as soon as said college is turned over by them to the Board of Trustees of the University of Georgia, a local Board of Directors for said Georgia Normal and Industrial College, with right of succession, as hereinbefore provided, and all the powers necessary for the immediate control, supervision and management of said college, subject to the Board of Trustees of the State University, of which body the President of the Board of Directors above mentioned shall be ex-officio a member.
 

SEC. X. Be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That said Board of Directors shall have full and ample powers, subject to the restrictions and limitations herein made, to establish and maintain a first-class college for the education of white girls. Said college shall have an Industrial Department, in which shall be taught telegraphy, stenography, typewriting, photography, book-keeping, domestic economy, cutting and making dresses, printing, industrial and decorative art in its practical application, and such other practical industries as may tend to fit and prepare girls for occupations which are consistent with feminine refinement and modesty. There shall also be a normal department for the thorough training of teachers. No girl shall be allowed to take a course in said college who does not receive instruction in at least one industrial art.
 

SEC. XI. Be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That the Board of Directors shall appoint a President and Professors of said college and such other officers as they think proper, and shall make such laws, rules and regulations for the government of said college, its officers, students and employes as they may deem advisable. They shall divide the course of study and instruction into departments, so as to secure thorough education and the best possible instruction. Said Directors shall regulate the rates of tuition, together with the course of discipline necessary to enforce the faithful discharge of the duties of all officers, professors and students.

SEC. XII. Be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That said Board of Directors shall apportion to each county its quota of the scholars which can be received into said college on the basis of the white population (according to the United States census taken just preceding each appointment) in the State and several counties; Provided, That each county shall be entitled at least to one scholarship in said college. After giving notice for not less than two weeks, the Board of Education in each county shall ascertain which of the applicants from their respective counties are qualified to enter said college, and select from those so qualified to enter those to be sent from their respective counties, and certify such selections to the President of the Georgia Normal and Industrial College. Such appointments shall be made under the regulations prescribed by said Board of Directors, who shall also provide for the disposition of scholarships not taken by the counties entitled to them. In all selections of scholars preference shall be given to the daughters of deceased and disabled Confederate soldiers who are otherwise unable to secure a

SEC. XIII. Be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That the sum of thirty-five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, be and the same is hereby appropriated for the establishment and equipment of said Georgia Normal and Industrial College, and to carry into effect this Act. The Governor is hereby authorized to draw his warrant on the Treasurer of this State in favor of said Board of Directors for such parts of said sum as may be applied for in writing, from time to time, as such work progresses, and as expenses are incurred; provided, that said $35,000 shall be paid in three equal installments for the year 1891, 1892, 1893, out of the proceeds of the lease of Western and Atlantic Railroad not otherwise appropriated.
[Sidenote: Appropriates thirty-five thousand dollars.]
[Sidenote: How and when paid.]

SEC. XIV. Be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That all property purchased under the authority of this Act shall be free from liens or incumbrances, and title to the same, as well as to any donations that said Board may receive, shall be taken in the name of the Trustees of the University of Georgia, in their corporate capacity, and said property shall become the property of the State of Georgia; and the same shall not be alienated by any one, nor shall any valid lien be created thereon, neither in the erection of any building nor by the act of any person, nor by operation of law.
[Sidenote: All property purchased under authority of this Act free from liens or incumbrances.]

SEC. XV. Be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That when said Directors shall turn over said property to the Trustees of the University of Georgia, as herein provided, said Directors shall submit to said Trustees a full statement, describing the property donated, if any; the property purchased, if any; the amount of money expended therefor, with proper vouchers, showing all amounts and property received, and from what source, and for what expended. Said Board of Trustees shall verify said report and transmit the same to the Governor, with any suggestions they may deem proper to make, and the Governor shall submit to the General Assembly a summary of the same.
[Sidenote: Report of Board of Directors.]

SEC. XVI. Be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That said Board of Directors shall have power to accept for said Georgia Normal and Industrial College all donations of money and property of whatever kind or character, title to which shall be made and vest as provided in section 14 of this Act.
[Sidenote: Authorized to accept donations.]

SEC. XVII. Be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That all laws and parts of laws in conflict with this Act be, and the same are hereby repealed.

Approval Date: Approved November 8, 1889.

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