BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF SUB SCHOOL DISTRICTS
                   Act of May 24, 1881, P.L. 29, No. 32               Cl. 24
                                  AN ACT

     Defining the power of boards of directors of sub-district
        schools, of cities of the second class, to provide for the
        purchasing of lots of ground, erection of school buildings,
        and other expenses of maintaining schools in their respective
        districts, and to borrow money for such purposes.

        Section 1.  Directors of sub-district schools in cities of
     second class may purchase ground and erect buildings; other
     powers
        The several boards of directors of the sub-school districts
     of cities of the second class shall have the power to purchase
     lots of ground, to erect, enlarge and repair school buildings
     thereon, to purchase furniture, apparatus, books, stationery,
     and fuel, and to pay janitors in their respective districts, and
     to borrow money and provide for the payment thereof with its
     interest, and to levy taxes for such purposes, as fully as such
     power existed and belonged to said boards prior to the passage
     of the act entitled "An act in relation to cities of the second
     class, providing for the levy, collection, and disbursement of
     taxes," approved March 22, 1877. 1881, May 24, P.L. 29, Sec. 1.