1891 public laws – Ch. 330 Sec. 1

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CHAPTER 330 An act to establish a graded school in district number one in Cherokee county, North Carolina. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That the board of education of the eounty of Cherokee, state of North Carolina, shall and they are hereby authorized to, submit to the qualified voters of school district number one for the white race under such rules and regulations and at such time within twelve months after the ratification of this act as the board may prescribe, whether a tax shall be annually levied for the support of the school of said district provided for by this act at the election held under the provisions of this act. Those who favor the levying of such tax shall vote on written or printed ballots without device the words * For school, and those who are opposed to the levying of such tax shall vote on written or printed ballots without device the words ** Against school. The penalties for illegal and fraudulent voting in this election shall be the same as in the election for members of the general assembly. The county board of education shall give at least thirty days notice of the time of holding said election in one or more newspapers published in said district.

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