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for Popular Government Vol. 5 Issue 7, July 1938
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Zoning ordinances were enacted by the 1923 General Assembly and were upheld by both the National and State Supreme Courts in the 1930s. North Carolina Supreme Court judges were divided over a ruling concerning fences. The case discussed in this article is: In the case of In re Appeal of Dr. Parker.
The 1937 General Assembly approved a measure to aid family members and dependents of fallen police officers. Chapter 349, section 9, of the Public Laws created a fund called \"The Law Enforcing Officers Benefit Fund\" to be administered by a committee approved in the same measure. The committee would be under the Governor's supervision and outline the general rules of how and who receives state funding.
The State Employment Service offered free, public employment advice to residents in almost every state city with a population of over 5,000. The service screened individuals for their personal capabilities and fitness and matched qualified persons to appropriate private sector jobs.