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AGO Opinions with Topic: ADMISSION TAX FOR HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC CONTESTS
AGO 1952 No. 210 >  January 14, 1952
ANNEXATION OF SCHOOL PROPERTY TO TOWN - DEDICATION OF SCHOOL PROPERTY FOR STREET PURPOSES - ADMISSION TAX FOR HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC CONTESTS
ANNEXATION OF SCHOOL PROPERTY TO TOWN -- DEDICATION OF SCHOOL PROPERTY FOR STREET PURPOSES -- ADMISSION TAX FOR HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC CONTESTS

1. Approval of the voters is not required to authorize the board of directors of a school district to sign a petition for the annexation of school property to a town.  2. The board of directors of a school district may not sell or dedicate property without prior approval of the voters and may not give away property without consideration even with the approval of the voters.  3. The admission tax levied by the county and not the admission tax levied by the city must be collected where the event to which admission is granted is held within the county but without the city.

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