1901 private laws – Ch. 141 Sec. 8

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CHAPTER 141 AN ACT TO ESTABLISH GRADED SCHOOLS AND AN ELEC- TRIC LIGHT SYSTEM IN THE TOWN OF ROCKINGHAM, RICHMOND COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That the public school money that may from time to time be collected and apportioned under the general school law for general school purposes for the white and colored children in saia town shall be applied to keeping up said graded schools uuder the orders and direction of the said Board of Trustees of said graded school; and the Board of Education or other officer having the matter in charge, of Richmond County, shall appropri ate said fund direct to said Rockingham Graded School Distric for White and Celored Children as they may be entitled to unde the general s-hool law; and the Treasurer of Richmond Count shall pay the same direct to the Treasurer of the town of Rock ingham. Stic. . That the Board of Trustees of said schools are hereb: authorized and empowered to admit into the said schools childre! residing out cf he said school district upon the payment of sucl rates of tuition as may be established by the board: Provided that said board may admit free of tuition children of parents, o grandchildren of parents, who own taxable property within saic town.

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