1913 private laws – Ch.106 Sec.1
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CHAPTER 106 AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUING OF BONDS BY THE TABOR SUPPLEMENTAL SCHOOL DISTRICT, No. 11, FOR THE WHITE AND COLORED RACES OF COLUMBUS COUNTY. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:
That the board of commissioners of Columbus County, upon a written application of a majority of the board of trustees of the Tabor Supplemental School District, Number Eleven, for the white and colored races, hereinafter called the Tabor District, is authorized and directed to submit, on the first Tuesday in January, one thousand nine hundred and fourteen, to the qualified voters of said Tabor District, under such rules and regulations as now exist or may be hereafter established for the election of members of the General Assembly, the question of issuing bonds for the erection of a suitable school building in said district, to take the place of the present building, which is inadequate for present needs, and at such election each voter shall be entitled to vote a written or printed ballot with the words For Building Bonds or Against Building Bonds thereon.