1885 private laws – Ch. 32 Sec. 7

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CHAPTER 32 An act to enable the commissioners of the town of Hickory to issue bonds to raise money to purchase a site for and to erect thereon a town hall, and for other purposes. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact :

That with the money arising from the sale of said bonds, together with such other money and material as may be donated by private individuals, said board of special commissioners shall, so soon as they shall deem it practicable, proceed to purchase a site for and to erect thereon a suitable public building to be used as a town hall, and to take a deed of conveyance therefor to the commissioners of the town of Hickory ; to purchase grounds to be used for two public cemeteries of the town of Hickory, the one for white and the other for colored persons, and to take deeds of conveyance therefor to the commissioners of the town of Hickory; to erect at the most convenient point across the Catawba river a substantial high-water bridge that shall be free to the traveling public; and also after and not before said bridge shall have been built and completed, said board of special commissioners shall have power, whenever they shall deem it expedient, to contract for and to purchase and make free to the traveling public the bridge that is now across the Catawba river at Ramsours mills, and shall in each case take deeds of conveyance therefor to the commissioners of the town of Hickory.

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