1923 public laws – Ch. 165 Sec. 2

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CHAPTER 165 AN ACT TO ABOLISH THE STATE HOSPITAL FOR THE DANGEROUS INSANE AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE COM- MISSION AND CARE AND CURE OF SUCH INSANE AT OTHER STATE HOSPITALS. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

Section six thousand two hundred and thirty-six be, and the same is hereby amended by striking out in line seven thereof the words to the hospital for the dangerous insane and substituting therefor to the State Hospital at Raleigh, if the alleged criminal is white, or to the State Hospital at Goldsboro if the alleged criminal is colored, and if the alleged criminal is an Indian from Robeson County, to the State Hospital at Raleigh, as now provided for insane Indians from Robeson County.

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