1889 public laws – Ch. 199 Sec. 7

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CHAPTER 199 An act to amend the public school law. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That section two thousand five hundred and sixty of The Code, as amended by the laws of one thousand eight hundred and eighty-five, is amended to read as follows: The treasurer of the county board of education of each county shall report to the State superintendent of public instruction on the first Monday of July of each year the entire amount of school money received and disbursed by him during the preceding school year, designating by items the amounts received respectively from property tax, poll-tax, liquor licenses, fines, forfeitures and penalties, auctioneers, estrays, from State treasurer, and from all other sources. He shall also designate by items the sums paid to teachers of white and colored children respectively, and for school houses and school house sites in the several districts, and for all other purposes, specifically and in detail by items, and on the same day he shall file a duplicate of said report in the office of the county board of education. He shall make such other reports as the board of education of the county may require from time to time.

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