1899 private laws – Ch. 208 Sec. 14

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CHAPTER 208 An act to amend the charter of Siler City, Chatham county, chapter eighty-eight, private laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-seven. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

that the cemetery for the burial of white people shall be known by the name of Oak Hill Cemetery. No colored person shall be buried within the above-named cemetery. No colored person or any one else shall be buriea inside the limits of the town corporation outside the cemetery. Any person or persons violating either clauses of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction shall be fined one hundred dollars.

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