1903 private laws – Ch. 106 Sec. 13

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CHAPTER 106 AN ACT TO ESTABLISH A GRADED SCHOOL IN THE TOWN OF GREENVILLE. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That the corporate limits of said town shall constitute a school district for each race, but the trustees of the graded school and the persons charged by law with the duties of locating and managing the various school districts in the county of Pitt may extend the boundary of the graded school district so as to take in territory and people not included within the corporate limits of said town. And the board of trustees may enter into negotiations with the school committee of the district in which the said graded schools are situated and the County Board of Education looking to acquiring the title to the lands and the school buildings for the white and for the colored races belonging to said school: committee on such terms as may be agreed upon, and the sale of these buildings and the investment of the proceeds in the graded school buildings for such races respectively. And the said board of trustees shall have full power and authority to receive, use or hold any donations, gifts, devises and bequests made for either or both of said graded schools.

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