1905 private laws – Ch. 32 Sec. 25

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CHAPTER 32 AN ACT TO INCORPORATE CHARLOTTE PARK AND TREE COMMISSION. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That it shall be unlawful for any person other than white persons to go in said parks now owned by said corporation or by this act turned over to said corporation or hereafter acquired by it: Provided, that colored nurse or nurses with white child or children shall be allowed in said parks; that colored persons employed to work for this corporation shall be allowed in said park or parks; that any person of color who shall be netified to leave said park or parks, or be notified not to come in said park or parks, and shall refuse to do so and shall come into said park or parks, shall be guilty of a trespass for each offense, and on conviction be imprisoned thirty days or fined fifty dollars.

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