1925 private laws – Ch. 142 Sec. 1

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CHAPTER 142 AN ACT TO AMEND THE CHARTER OF THE WARSAW HIGH AND GRADED SCHOOL DISTRICT CONSOLIDATED. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That the territory embraced within the Warsaw high and graded school district as it appears in chapter two hundred and forty-eight Private Laws of nineteen hundred and nine, and Lanefield special tax district, Pollock special tax district and Bowden special tax district, now located in Warsaw high and graded school district consolidated as each of them appears upon the records of the board of commissioners of Duplin County as heretofore established, and nearly coterminous with the boundary lines of Warsaw Township, Duplin County, said State, shall be and the same is hereby created and continued one consolidated school district for white and colored children to be known as the Warsaw high and graded school district consolidated and that the indebtedness to the county board of education of Duplin County in the sum of fifty-five thousand dollars ($55,000) with interest at four per cent per annum, for money lent to said district by said county board of education, under the provisions of chapter one hundred and thirty-six, article twenty-five of the Public Laws of nineteen hundred and twenty-three, payable in twenty installments as set out in a note executed by the chairman and secretary of the Warsaw high and graded school district consolidated for the purpose of erecting a high school building, be and: the same is hereby declared a debt due and owing by said district as the installments shall fall due and the same is to be discharged as hereinafter set forth.

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