1913 public laws – Ch. 83 Sec. 1

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CHAPTER 83 5 ; I AN ACT TO COMPEL ALL PERSONS AND CORPORATIONS ENGAGED IN MANUFACTURING OR OTHER BUSINESS ENTERPRISES WHERE MALE AND FEMALE EMPLOYEES ARE EMPLOYED TO PROVIDE SEPARATE AND DISTINCT TOILETS. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That all persons and corporations employing males and females in any manufacturing industry, or other business employing more than two males and females in towns and cities having a population of one thousand persons or more, and where such employees are required to do indoor work chiefly, shall provide and keep in a cleanly condition separate and distinct toilet rooms for such employees, said toilets to be lettered and marked in a distinct manner, so as to, separate the white and colored males and females of both sexes: Provided that the provisions of this section shall not apply to cases where toilet arrangements cr facilities are furnished by said employer off the premises occupied by him.

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