1903 public laws – Ch. 578 Sec. 1

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CHAPTER 578 AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE AND DIRECT THE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION OF UNION COUNTY TO CONVEY CERTAIN SCHOOL PROPERTY TO THE TRUSTEES OF THE MONROE GRADED SCHOOL. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

.WHEREAS, the lot and building now used for graded school purposes for the colored race of the city of Monroe is situated a few feet outside the corporate limits of said city on the lot given by the late John D. Stewart, in that section of the said city known as Brown Town; and whereas, the trustees of the Monroe Graded School have made permanent improvements on said property with the undertsanding that said property shall become the property of the town of Monroe, to be used for the benefit of the colored children within the incorporation of said city; and whereas, the trustees of the Monroe Graded Schools are anxious that the legality of the use of said lot and building for such purposes be set at rest: Now, therefore, 1903CHaAPTER 578579580. The General Assembly do enact: That the County Board of Education of Union County be authorized and directed to convey said lot and property to the trustees of the Monroe Graded School, to be used as the graded school property for the colored race within the corporate limits of the city of Monroe.

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