1883 public laws – Ch. 232 Sec. 2

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CHAPTER 282 An act relating to graded schools in Guilford county. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact :

That at such election which shall be held under the same rules and regulations as are prescribed by law for the election of mayor and commissioners of said town, such of the white electors as desire the establishment of a graded school for white children, or such of the colored electors as desire the establishment of a graded school for colored children, as the case may be, shall vote a ballot upon which is printed or written, for white school, or for colored school. And such of said voters, white or colored, as the case may be, who object to the establishment of such white or colored schools, as the case may be, shall vote no white school, or no colored school, as the case may be, on a written or printed ballot.

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