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CHAPTER 291 AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE QUALIFIED VOTERS OF THE TOWN OF BREVARD TO DETERMINE WHETHER AN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL STORE SHALL BE ESTABLISHED IN SAID TOWN AND TO PRESCRIBE THE METHOD OF OPERATION AND THE DISPOSITION OF THE NET PROFITS THEREOF. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:
The Board of Aldermen of the Town of Brevard may submit the question hereinabove mentioned and call a special election for the purpose of submitting said question on or after June 3, 1967 In the event said special election is called the same shall be held and conducted on the date fixed by the Board of Aldermen of the Town of Brevard. A new registration of voters for such election shall not be necessary and all qualified voters who are properly registered prior to registration for the election and those who register in said Alcoholic Beverage Control election shall be entitled to vote in said election. In said election a ballot shall be used upon which shall be printed on separate lines for each proposition, For a Town Alcoholic Beverage Control Store, Against a Town Alcoholic Beverage Control Store. Those favoring setting up and operating an Alcoholic Beverage Control Store in the Town of Brevard shall mark in the voting square to the left of the words, For a Town Alcoholic Beverage Control Store, printed on the ballot and those opposed to a Town Alcoholic Beverage Control Store shall mark in the voting square to the left of the words Against a Town Alcoholic Beverage Control Store. Except as otherwise provided herein, if a special election is called, the special election authorized shall be conducted under the same statutes, rules and regulations applicable to general elections for the Board of Aldermen of the Town of Brevard, and the cost thereof shall be paid from the general fund of the Town of Brevard.