1917 private laws – Ch. 35 Sec. 1

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CHAPTER 35 AN ACT TO CONSOLIDATE SPECIAL-TAX DISTRICT No. 4, WHITE RACE, IN SADDLE TREE TOWNSHIP, AND SPECIAL-TAX DISTRICT No. 2, WHITE RACE, IN HOW- ELLSVILLE TOWNSHIP; AND TO CHANGE THE NAME OF SAIDSPECIAL DISTRICTS AND TO CREATE THE BARKER-TEN MILE GRADED SCHOOL DISTRICT; TO AUTHORIZE THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF SAID DIS- TRICT TO ISSUE BONDS AND TO LEVY AN ADDITIONAL SPECIAL-TAX. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That upon a majority of the qualified voters residing in the territory hereinafiter described in this section voting in favor of the special tax and bonds hereinafter provided, Special-Tax District Number Four, for the white race, in Saddle Tree Township, Robeson County, and the Special-Tax District Number Two, for the white race, in Howellsville Township, shall! be consolidated, the name of said district changed, and a tax district to be known and designated as the Barker-Ten Mile Graded School District shall be and is hereby created and the boundaries of said district shall be as follows: Beginning at the Ten-Mile Bridge on the Stage road and runs thence with the said road to F. A. Prevatts line; thence with the said F. A. Prevatts line (so that no part of his said lands may be included within said boundaries) back to the said road; thence continuing the same road toward the town of Lumberton to the five-mile post; thence with the Lumberton Township line to Alex. Rowlands old place; thence a direct line to the Bryant Leggett place (now J. B. Regans farm); thence as said Regans line, so as not to include his said lands in these boundaries, to such time or times, not exceeding thirty years from date of issue, and at such place or places, as said board of trustees may determine: Provided, that said board of trustees may issue bonds at such time or times, and in such amount or amounts as may be required to meet the expenditures hereinafter provided for.

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