1931 public laws – Ch. 129 Sec. 5

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CHAPTER 129 AN ACT TO ENABLE ANY TWO OR MORE COUNTIES TO ESTABLISH A DISTRICT HOSPITAL-HOME IN LIEU OF SEPARATE COUNTY HOMES. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That this board of trustees shall, as soon as possible after appointment, assemble and organize by the election of a chairman, a secretary and a treasurer, which last officer shall be bonded. They shall proceed promptly with the purchase of a site for such hospital-home, including, if they deem it desirable, a farm of suitable size, location and fertility, giving due consideration to sanitary surroundings and transportation facilities, and shall then cause to be erected suitable plain, substantial, comfortable and permanent buildings for the accommodation of those for whom this act is intended, giving due regard to the separation of the sexes and races, and such other plans for segregation as their judgment and existing conditions may suggest. Said buildings are to be furnished with plain, substantial furniture, and such other equipment as conditions demand. Necessary hospital facilities may be included, but provisions for such facilities and equipment shall have the approval of the State Board of Charities and Public Welfare and the State Board of Health.

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