3 edition of Laws of North-Carolina. found in the catalog.
Laws of North-Carolina.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 35984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27,  p.|
|Number of Pages||27|
When any slave shall Laws of North-Carolina. book convicted of either of the felonies created by the thirty seventh and thirty-eighth sections of this act, he or she shall suffer death without benefit of clergy, or at the discretion of the court, shall be sentenced to be transported out of this State, and beyond the limits of the United States, under such Laws of North-Carolina. book and upon such conditions as good policy and the public safety at the time shall require. The index shall be a public record and shall include, at a minimum, the following information with respect to each database listed therein: a list of the data fields; a description of the format or record layout; information as Laws of North-Carolina. book the frequency with which the database is updated; a list of any data fields to which public access is restricted; a description of each form in which the database can be copied or reproduced using the agency's computer facilities; and a schedule of fees for the production of copies in each available form. It shall not be lawful under any pretence for any slave, or free person of colour to preach or exhort in public or in any manner to officiate as a preacher or teacher in any prayer meeting, or other association for worship where slaves of different families are collected together; and if any free person of colour shall be thereof duly convicted on indictment before any court having jurisdiction thereof, he shall, for each offence, receive, not exceeding thirty-nine lashes on his bare back; and where any slave shall be guilty of a violation of this act, he shall, on conviction before a single magistrate, receive not exceeding thirty-nine lashes on his bare back. Whenever a slave shall be transported in consequence of the provisions of this act, either by the owner or the State, and such slave shall ever thereafter voluntarily return to, and be found in the State, such slave shall suffer death without benefit of clergy, upon due conviction thereof; and if any slave so transported shall be brought into any county in this State by his or her master or mistress, or by any other person, such slave shall be forfeited on proof thereof to the county into which the same may be brought, and the said slave shall be again transported by order of the county court, and sold for the use of the county. The local public school superintendent then takes appropriate action.
All persons who may apprehend Laws of North-Carolina. book confine in jail, or deliver to the owner, any runaway slave, for whom a greater reward shall not have been offered, shall be entitled to recover and receive from the owner of such slave the sum of three dollars, where the owner resides in the county in which such slave may be apprehended, and Laws of North-Carolina. book dollars if he reside beyond the limits of such county; and where the runaway slave thus apprehended shall be lodged in jail, it shall be the duty of the jailor to tax the said reward on each slave against such owner, and collect the same with his prison fees. All sums of money which may arise under the provisions of this act, from the hire of free negroes, or mulattos, shall be paid to the county trustree for county uses. The second category includes trial preparation materials, like pleadings, which are filed with the court. When the prisoner who shall be indicted before a Court of Oyer and Terminer shall, upon affidavit of himself or any other person, shew such circumstances and facts to the court as would induce the judge in the regular courts of this State to remove the trial of said indictment out of the county, the judge holding such Court of Oyer and Terminer may, in his discretion, continue the said indictment, and commit or bind over the prisoner, as the case may require, for trial at the next Superior court for said county, when the same shall be disposed of according to the rules and regulations in force for the trial of such offences.
Do not use A or THE at the beginning of your school name. Smith and Gerber v. The law also gives city and county governments the right to prohibit alcohol until 7 a. Keeping records in safe places; copying or repairing; certified copies. Tips In Junebill was given a favorable report by the Laws of North-Carolina. book Carolina House agriculture committee, and was passed on to the finance committee. If any slave be found in a state of rebellion or insurrection, or shall agree to join any conspiracy or insurrection, or shall procure or persuade others to join or enlist for that purpose, or shall knowingly and wilfully aid or assist any slave or slaves in a state of rebellion, or engaged in a conspiracy to make insurrection, as by furnishing or agreeing or promising to furnish, such persons with arms, ammunition or any other article for their aid and support, every slave so offending, and being thereof legally convicted, shall be adjudged guilty of felony, and shall suffer death, or be transported, as hereinafter provided.
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In all cases of insurrection or rebellion, or of conspiracy to make Laws of North-Carolina. book, or to murder or rebel, or any such comtemplated conspiracy, insurrection or rebellion, of any slave or slaves, upon the information and at the request of any five justices of the peace of the county in which such conspiracy, insurrection or rebellion shall happen or may be contemplated, the Governor for the time being, shall be authorised and have power to issue a commission of Oyer and Terminer, to any one of the judges of the Superior Courts of Law; and in case the said judges are necessarily engaged on their circuits, the Governor shall be authorised and have power to issue a commission to Laws of North-Carolina.
book of the judges of the Supreme Court, whose duty it shall be to hold said court forthwith, and who shall be clothed with all the powers necessary for the trial of all such slave or slaves, as may be charged with any of the before mentioned offences.
The plaintiff had signed an agreement that allowed for the commercial use of his image; however, the appellate court held that the publication of plaintiff's name in connection with the mistaken image Laws of North-Carolina. book the scope of this consent, and might justify a finding of invasion of privacy.
Smith and Gerber v. Laws of North-Carolina. book with both the student and practitioner in mind, the text strikes a balance between theory and practice.
In order to expedite the processing of Notices of Intent, please do not submit your Notice of Intent until you are certain that your home school will definitely begin operation. Nothing in this subsection shall be construed to require the retention by the public agency of obsolete hardware or software.
It shall be the duty of all grand juries within this State, to make presentment of all slaves who may hereafter be emancipated, who may violate the provisions of this act; and upon such presentment, it shall be the duty of the prosecuting officer of the county wherein the presentment may be made, to prosecute such slave as herein before provided.
Maintain at least five clock hours of instruction with the student s each school day. Many must be refined to meet your particular needs and wants. The person to whom the sheriff shall so hire any free person of colour, shall, during the time for which the hiring is so made, have the same authority over and the same right to controul and require the services of such free person of colour, and shall be liable in all respects to the same obligations and duties as masters now have, and are liable to in cases of apprentices.
No slave shall go from off the plantation or seat of land where such slave shall be appointed to live without a certificate of leave, in writing, for so doing from his or her master or overseer. In all cases of offences committed by slaves, of a higher degree than such as are cognizable by a justice of the peace, the Courts of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, in their respective counties, shall have original exclusive jurisdiction, except in cases in which the punishment may extend to life, and except also, in cases of felonies within the benefit of clergy; and trials of slaves in the county courts, shall be conducted under the same rules, regulations and restrictions as the trials of freemen.
This will allow homeschool parents more freedom to choose what is best for the education of their children. City offers domestic partner benefits County-wide partner benefits through domestic partnership County or city does not offer domestic partner benefits Hospital visitation[ edit ] Inthe North Carolina General Assembly added a provision to the Patients' Bill of Rights affording hospital visitation rights to same-sex couples though a designated visitor statute.
Penalty Such preservation duplicates shall be preserved in the place and manner of safekeeping prescribed by the Department of Cultural Resources. Sea-level policy restrictions; calculation of rate of sea-level rise.
Whenever a slave shall be transported in Laws of North-Carolina. book of the provisions of this act, either by the owner or the State, and such slave shall ever thereafter voluntarily return to, and be found in the State, such slave shall suffer death without benefit of clergy, upon due conviction thereof; and if any slave so transported shall be brought into any county in this State by his or her master or mistress, or by any other person, such slave shall be Laws of North-Carolina.
book on proof thereof to the county into which the same may be brought, and the said slave shall be again transported by order of the county court, and sold for the use of the county. Check the law underlying the form e. Preservation duplicates shall be durable, accurate, complete and clear, and such duplicates made by a photographic, photostatic, microfilm, micro card, miniature photographic, or other process which accurately reproduces and forms a durable medium for so reproducing the original shall have the same force and effect for all purposes as the original record whether the original record is in existence or not.
Any inhabitant of this State desirous to emancipate any slave or slaves, shall file a petition, in writing in some one of the Superior Courts of this State, setting forth, as near as may be, the name, sex, and age of each slave intended to be emancipated, and praying permission to to emancipate the same; and the court before whom such petition shall be filed, shall grant the prayer thereof on the following conditions, and not otherwise, viz.
One category includes instruments. If any slave be found in a state of rebellion or insurrection, or shall agree to join any conspiracy or insurrection, or shall procure or persuade others to join or enlist for that purpose, or shall knowingly and wilfully aid or assist any slave or slaves in a state of rebellion, or engaged in a conspiracy to make insurrection, as by furnishing or agreeing or promising to furnish, such persons with arms, ammunition or any other article for their aid and support, every slave so offending, and being thereof legally convicted, shall be adjudged guilty of felony, and shall suffer death, or be transported, as hereinafter provided.
The Department of Cultural Resources shall have the right Laws of North-Carolina. book examine into the condition of public records and shall give advice and assistance to public officials in the solution of their problems of preserving, filing and making available the public records in their custody.
All sales by virtue of this act shall be made at the court house of each respective county; and the sheriff selling, or his successor, in case of his death, resignation or removal from office, shall execute and deliver to the purchaser, his executors, administrators or assigns, a bill of sale for such negro, mulatto or person of colour so sold, which shall vest in the purchaser the absolute property Laws of North-Carolina.
book the same, and the title so acquired shall not be affected by the want of advertisement, or by any other irregularity in such sale or proceedings, on the part of the sheriff. State agency regulations sometimes called administrative Laws of North-Carolina. book are published in the North Carolina Register and codified in the North Carolina Administrative Code.
Nothing in this section requires a public agency to disclose its software security, including passwords. The initial point of student entry into the North Carolina public school system is the kindergarten level.
Any person violating the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor: Provided, any person, firm or corporation who purchases cotton which has been ginned outside this State shall be required to keep only so much of the records hereinabove specified as purchasers are required to keep by the law of the state where said cotton was ginned.
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