1903 public laws – Ch. 435 Sec. 22

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CHAPTER 435 AN ACT TO AMEND CHAPTER 4, LAWS OF 1901, RELATING TO THE SCHOOL LAW, The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact: That chapter 4 of the Public Laws of 1901, being an act to re- vise and consolidate the Public School Law, is hereby amended as follows:

Section 68, of chapter 4 of the Public Laws of the year 1901, is hereby repealed, and the following words are inserted in lieu thereof: All white children shall be taught in the public schools provided for the white race, and all colored shall be taught in the public schools provided for the colored race; but no child with negro blood in his veins, however remote the strain, shall attend a school for the white race; and no such child shall be considered a white child.

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