20 U.S. Code § 131 to 152 - Omitted

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Sections provided for the National Training School for Boys which was governed and managed by a Board of Trustees until July 1, 1939, at which time 1939 Reorg. Plan No. 2 (4 F.R. 2731, 53 Stat. 1431) abolished the Board of Trustees and transferred the School and its functions (including the functions of the Board of Trustees) to the Department of Justice, to be administered by the Director of the Bureau of Prisons, under the direction and supervision of the Attorney General. The School was so operated until May 15, 1968, when it was closed pursuant to order of the Attorney General.
Section 131, act May 27, 1908, ch. 200, § 1,35 Stat. 380, provided that District reform school for boys should be known as National Training School for Boys.
Section 132, acts May 3, 1876, ch. 90, § 1,19 Stat. 49; May 27, 1908, ch. 200, § 1,35 Stat. 380, dealt with appointment of a board of trustees to govern and manage the school.
Section 133, act June 4, 1880, ch. 121, § 1,21 Stat. 156, provided that one of the District commissioners should be a trustee of the school.
Section 134, act May 3, 1876, ch. 90, § 16,19 Stat. 52, provided for appointment of two consulting trustees of the school.
Section 135, acts May 3, 1876, ch. 90, § 2,19 Stat. 49; May 27, 1908, ch. 200, § 1,35 Stat. 380, dealt with corporate capacity and powers of the board of trustees.
Section 136, acts May 3, 1876, ch. 90, § 15,19 Stat. 52; June 5, 1900, ch. 715, 31 Stat. 267, authorized board of trustees to make by-laws, rules, and regulations.
Section 137, act May 3, 1876, ch. 90, § 14,19 Stat. 51, dealt with contracts and purchases, the executive officer, and annual reports.
Section 138, act May 3, 1876, ch. 90, § 3,19 Stat. 49, dealt with appointment and compensation of a superintendent and other employees of the school.
Section 139, acts May 3, 1876, ch. 90, § 4,19 Stat. 49; June 10, 1921, ch. 18, § 304,42 Stat. 24, dealt with appointment, bonding, and duties of a treasurer of the school.
Section 140, act May 3, 1876, ch. 90, § 5,19 Stat. 50, dealt with bonding of the superintendent.
Section 141, act May 3, 1876, ch. 90, § 6,19 Stat. 50, dealt with powers and duties of the superintendent and subordinate employees.
Section 142, act May 3, 1876, ch. 90, § 7,19 Stat. 50, provided that superintendent be in charge of lands and other property of the school, books of accounts, register of boys, and examination of school and accounts.
Section 143, act Mar. 3, 1881, ch. 134, § 1,21 Stat. 459, dealt with a report of school officers to District commissioners.
Section 144, acts Aug. 6, 1890, ch. 724, § 1,26 Stat. 307; Mar. 3, 1905, ch. 1483, 33 Stat. 1211, dealt with disposition of proceeds of the school farm and shops.
Section 145, acts May 3, 1876, ch. 90, § 8,19 Stat. 50; June 5, 1900, ch. 715, 31 Stat. 266, dealt with commitment of boys under age 17 to the school.
Section 146, acts May 3, 1876, ch. 90, § 9,19 Stat. 51; June 5, 1900, ch. 715, 31 Stat. 267, related to period of detention.
Section 147, act May 3, 1876, ch. 90, § 10,19 Stat. 51, limited number of boys at the school to number that can be properly accommodated.
Section 148, act May 3, 1876, ch. 90, § 11,19 Stat. 51, dealt with penalties for enticing boy from school or harboring escaped boy, and for arrest and return of escapees.
Section 149, act May 3, 1876, ch. 90, § 12,19 Stat. 51, dealt with employment and instruction of boys, apprenticing, and indentures of apprenticeship.
Section 150, act Feb. 26, 1909, ch. 217, § 1,35 Stat. 657, dealt with release on parole of juvenile offenders committed to the school.
Section 151, act Feb. 26, 1909, ch. 217, § 2,35 Stat. 657, authorized board of trustees to parole boys, subject to approval of Attorney General in certain cases.
Section 152, acts May 3, 1876, ch. 90, § 13,19 Stat. 51; Aug. 1, 1914, ch. 223, § 1,38 Stat. 657; Mar. 28, 1918, ch. 28, § 1,40 Stat. 494, dealt with District support of boys committed, accounts, payment, and rates.

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