•That no foreign school of religious propaganda or of elementary education would be able to establish itself in the Colony without prior permission from the Administrative Authority of the country.
•That an application indicating the religious ideas it wished to propagate and the locality in which it wished to work must be submitted to the Governor General.
•That the schools be autonomous and leaders be responsible for any transgression.
•That the locality of operation be designated by the Authority, no more than one licence to be allowed in any one area of a radius of ten kilometres.
•That is it forbidden to preach outside the school building.
•To enrol pupils of less then seven or more than fourteen years of age was forbidden.
•To influence pupils to attend, to adopt instruction books not approved beforehand, or to teach or preach in any language other than Portuguese or the language of that country was prohibited.
•That no native teachers could be employed unless they had successfully completed the necessary examinations.
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