1913 public laws – Ch. 123 Sec. 5

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CHAPTER 123 AN ACT TO RESTORE TO THE INDIANS RESIDING IN ROBESON AND ADJOINING COUNTIES THEIR RIGHTFUL AND ANCIENT NAME. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

Neither this act nor any other act relating to said Cherokee Indians of Robeson County shall be construed so as to impose on said Indians any powers, privileges, rights or immunities, or #NAME? limitations on their power to contract, heretofore enacted with reference to the eastern band of Cherokee Indians residing in Cherokee, Graham, Swain, Jackson and other adjoining counties in North Carolina, or any other band or tribe of Cherokee Indians other than those now residing, or who have, since the Revolutionary War, resided in Robeson County, nor shall said Cherokee Indians of Robeson County, as herein designated, be subject to the limitations provided in sections nine hundred and seventy-five and nine hundred and seventy-six of The Revisal of one thousand nine hundred and five of North Carolina. ; >

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