1895 private laws – Ch. 178 Sec. 3

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CHAPTER 178 An act to repeal chapter five hundred and twenty-seven, acts eighteen hundred and ninety-three, establishing graded schools in the town of Rocky Mount. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That the county treasurer of Nash shall, of the money paid to him as aforesaid, hold,to the use of school children of the white race in the territory in Nash county described in said act of assembly, all money that was paid to the school treasurer for them, less the aforesaid commissions and the amount paid out on contracts for their benefit; and to the use of school children of the colored race in said territory, all the money that was paid to the said school treasurer for them, less the aforesaid commissions and the amounts paid out on contract for their benefit; and the provisions of this section shall also apply mutatis mutandis to the county treasurer of Edgecombe.

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