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17196
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All dressed up in a new name--the \"General Statues\"--North Carolina's first official Code in twenty-four years was adopted by the 1943 General Assembly. The last official Code was the Consolidated Statues enacted in 1919, with a supplementary volume in 1924. Since that time thousands of public laws have been enacted repealing, superseding, amending, and adding to the body of public law.
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17198
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Carrying forward North Carolina's public health program, the 1943 General Assembly passed several measures to bolster and give strength to the existing set-up and added certain new developments. These included criminal penalties to enforce health regulations, the implementation of sanitary districts, systematic post-mortem examinations, and the creation of hospital authorities.
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17194
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The General Assembly of 1943 gave the little one-room school with its one teacher instructing in the three R's for four months in each year, a few more final shoves into the limbo which it has been approaching for over a generation. Most important among these was the nine months school term bill.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 9 Issue 5-6, June 1943, p15-16
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17192
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By December 1942, the uninhibited sale of wine and beer had created a major community problem in most of North Carolina's 100 counties and over 300 cities, towns, and villages. Several bills have been introduced to prohibit the weekend sale of wine and beer, but of the total introduced only two have passed.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 9 Issue 5-6, June 1943, p11-12, f
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17193
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The state of North Carolina owns approximately 72% of the outstanding capital stock of the Atlantic and North Carolina railroad, which has a line running from Goldsboro to the deep water port of Morehead City up to Beaufort.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 9 Issue 5-6, June 1943, p14-15
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Record #:
17199
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This article discusses amendments made to Unemployment Compensation and Workmen's Compensation Acts.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 9 Issue 5-6, June 1943, p34, 40