1883 public laws – Ch. 292 Sec. 6

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CHAPTER 292 An act to establish a graded school in Lumberton school district, number seventy, for white children. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact :

That Berry Goodwin, J. A. McAllister, James S. McNeill, Alfred pina A. W. McLeod, Robert D. Caldwell, Durham Lewis, W. J. Cooley, O. C. Norment, C. B. Townsend and E K. Proctor, Jr., be and they are hereby constituted a board of trustees for the graded schoo] for the whites in school district number seventy, and are incorporated by the name of the Lumberton Graded School, and may sue and be sued, have a common seal, purchase and hold real and personal property not exceeding ten thousand dollars in value;shall have power to fill all vacancies occurring in said board, to employ and dismiss teachers and regulate their salaries, shall have power to suspend or expel any pupil, and do all such acts as shall be necessary to carry on said graded school. They shall elect one of their number chairman, and one as secretary, and prescribe their duties. |

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