No superintendent or school committee of any city or town, or any person officially
connected with the government or direction of the public schools, shall receive any
private fee, gratuity, donation, or compensation in any manner for promoting the sale
or the exchange of any school book, map, or chart in any public school, or be an agent
for the sale or the publisher of any school textbook, or be directly or indirectly
pecuniarily interested in the introduction of any school textbook; and any agency
or interest shall disqualify any person acting or interested as described from holding
any school office.
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