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1919—CirAPTEK 272—273 483 Sec. 3. That any ixTsoii. lirni. m- cdrporation violaiiii.:,' any df \'inlation of act. the provisions of this act shall 1)0 guilty of a misdeuu'anor, and upon coovictiou shall ho lined not exceeding fifty dollars or he imprisoned not exceeding thirty days. Sec. 4. That all laws and clauses of laws in c<tnlliet with the provisions of tliis act are lierehy repealed. Sec. 5. That this act shall lie in force from and after its Limitpdto ratification: Proriihd. that this act shall only apply to the counties of Pasipiotauk and Vance, Chowan. Peniuimans. Cam-den, Currituck and Durham. Ratified this 10th dav of March. A.D. 1010. jrtaiii counties. CHAPTER 273 AX ACT TO A:MEXD CHAPTER 24. REVISAL OF VMo. The General Assemhhj of North Caroluia do enact: Section 1. That section one tliousand three hundred and sixty of the Revisal of one thousand nine hundred and five be amended by adding tliereto after the word "houses" in the last line thereof the following : Prorided, that wherever the words "house of correction." "houses of correction," or "workdiouse" appear in this, and also the following sections of this chapter, the words "training school." "municipal farm," or "juvenile farm" may, within the discretion of the board of county commissioners, be substituted therefor, and adopted in lieu thereof as the name, style, and designation of such institution or establishment : and it .shall be the duty of the judges of the criminal courts and other committing magistrates of such county or counties, to sentence or commit thereto all youthful offenders of the age of sixteen years and under, con-victed of any crime or misdemeanor whereof the punishment by statute prescribes a fine or sentence of imprisonment or working the roads. Said judges and committing magistrates may also sentence thereto any female prisoners and such other offenders convicted of misdemeanors, who by reason of physical infirmities, or mental deficiencies, ought not to be imprisoned in the county jail or worked on the public roads: Provided, that nothing herein shall be construed to prevent the working at light labor, of any partially disabled or infirm convict, or female prisoner, on or about any of the public works, buildings, or grounds in any such county, at and upon the request of the board of county commis-sioners, with the approval of the court or committing magistrate. Sec. 2. That section one thousand three hundred and seventy of said chapter be amended by striking out the words "by fetters "Training School," "munici-pal farm," or "juvenile farm," may be used in lieu of "house of cor-rection." Juvenile offenders to be imprisoned therein. W^omen prisoners and infirm offenders may also be committed thereto. Proviso : does not prevent working at light labor of females or par-tially disabled offenders. No fetters or shackles for recaptured prisoners while at work.
1919—CirAPTEK 272—273 483
Sec. 3. That any ixTsoii. lirni. m- cdrporation violaiiii.:,' any df \'inlation of act.
the provisions of this act shall 1)0 guilty of a misdeuu'anor, and
upon coovictiou shall ho lined not exceeding fifty dollars or he
imprisoned not exceeding thirty days.
Sec. 4. That all laws and clauses of laws in c|