1889 public laws – Ch. 169 Sec. 1

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CHAPTER 169 An act in relation to indigent and other apprentices. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That indigent children when apprenticed in this State shall be indentured in the name of the superior court clerk of the county where they reside, of the first part, and the employer or employers to whom apprenticed, of the other part, which shall be recorded and filed in the office of said clerk ; but no white child shall be bound to a colored person in this State.

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