1883 public laws – Ch. 36 Sec. 2

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CHAPTER 36 | An act to establish a graded public school in the town of Statesville, The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact :

The special tax thus collected from the taxable property and polls of white persons shall be applied and expended exclusively for the purpose aforesaid of procuring buildings and grounds for, and in keeping up a graded public school, free for all white persons of both sexes within the school age resident in said town; and the special tax thus collected from the property and polls of colored persons shall be expended exclusively for the education of colored children of both sexes, within the school age, resident in said town, by the same persons and as other free common school funds are or may be by law expended.

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