1939 public laws – Ch. 65 Sec. 2

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CHAPTER 65 AN ACT TO PROVIDE GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL COURSES FOR THE NEGROES OF NORTH CAROLINA. WHEREAS, the number of negroes in North Carolina who de- sire graduate and professional courses is increasing; and WHEREAS, it is the duty of the State of North Carolina to provide for such needs: Now, therefore, The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

The Board of Trustees of the North Carolina College for Negroes is authorized and empowered to establish Departments of Law, Pharmacy and Library Science at the above-named institution whenever there are applicants desirous of such courses. That said Board of Trustees of the North Carolina College for Negroes may add other professional courses from time to time as the need for the same is shown, and the funds of the State will justify. And the Board of Trustees of the Negro Agricultural and Technical College at Greensboro may add graduate and professional courses in agricultural and technical lines as the need for same is shown and the funds of the State will justify, and to establish suitable departments therein.

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