"Fifty appointments to such scholarships may be made annually, each appointment to be for the term of four years; Provided that students may be reappointed to scholarships. Appointment to normal scholarships shall be made by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction on nomination by the boards of examiners or city boards of education, when such cities are not under the supervision of the county superintendent of schools. * * * Holders of normal scholarships shall be required to declare their intention to complete the prescribed course of normal instruction, and after graduation to teach in the public schools of the State; and in the event of such students discontinuing their studies at the University before graduation, they shall be required to pay to the University the amount of registration or entrance fees required of other students for a corresponding term, of attendance. * * * The President of the University may at any time cancel the normal scholarship of any student for neglect or incompetency and require the payment to the University of all fees exempted by virtue of said scholarship."
In pursuance of an act of the Legislature approved March 20, 1899, the Normal School may receive two hundred students free of any charge for admission or registration, fifty to be appointed each year, for a term of four years. The act provides as follows:
"The Normal School shall be continued as a department of the University for students of both sexes. and its course of instruction, that shall include practice in teaching and in pedagogy, may extend through a period of four years or until graduation. Two hundred free scholarships may be maintained in the Normal School. The holders of them may be exempt from the