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Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 388. Schools and School Aid § 388.1001

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Sec. 1.  The state board of education provided for in the constitution of 1908, hereinafter referred to as the “old board”, shall continue to function until 12 noon on January 1, 1965, at which time it is abolished and the terms of its members shall expire.  The old board shall then be succeeded by the state board of education provided for in article 8 of the constitution of 1963, hereinafter referred to as the “state board”.  As soon after that time as convenient for the state board all records, files, papers and property of the old board shall be delivered and transferred to the state board.  A hearing or proceeding pending before the old board shall not abate but shall be continued and determined by the state board in accordance with the law governing such hearing or proceeding.  Whenever in any law, including this act, reference is made to the state board of education, it is deemed to be made, except where otherwise specifically provided, to the old board prior to such hour and to the state board thereafter.

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