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32,957

91,799

20,234

42, 146

39,000

552, 640

32,361

109, 845

2,947

140,970

1,154

45,519

144, 793

371,640

185,266

29, 124

12,503

•19,097

39,048

103, 177

199,855

143,261



Superintendent of Public Instruction.



125



Colored, Assessed Value of Property of White and Colored, Insolvent
Amount Applied to Schools.



en

O


3 *

3

g g

3 O


PsPh

fss


Number of In-
solvent Col-
ored Polls.


as
H

"c-e


"-•5 ■
<


Amount Actu-
ally Paid by
Whites on
Property
and Polls.


Amount Actu-
ally Paid by
Colored on
Property
and Polls.


3,320


731


100


150


S2.50


SI. 50


$13,501.38


SI, 256. 99


1,488


97


83


50




1.56


4,202.66


386. 76


1,386


44


132


10


2.00


1.50


2,622.62


214. 66


1,568


1,243


1,099


Both


2.00


1.50


6,844.58


Both


2,561


65






2.36


1.50


6, 619. 10
9,204.27


113.42
1,321.82


2,460


1,493


275


549


2.00


1.50


1,513


1,374


88


188


2.10


1.50


6,432.85


2,551.76


1,473


839


122


246


2.00


1.50


4, 034. 30


2,349.43


1,150


644


350


47


2.00


1.29


2,497.24


1, 382. 66


5,464


996

188


1,707


Both




1.50
1.50


29,126.75
5, 160. 37
10,305.96




1,748


2.70


341.32

1.441.33


2,449


655


368




2.56


1.50


1,885


219
331


75
9


50
35


2.00
2.60


1.50
1.50


518


1,944.05


506.30


1,578


251


118


88


2.00


1.50


4,006.29


447.20


1,025


700


200


548


2.46


1.50


3, 862. 48


1,344.75


2,600


329


100


71


2.00


1.50


10, 247. 00


298.00


2,471


- 981
43

728






2.24
3.35
2.00


1.50






1,392


143
137


11
Both






781


1.29


2,528.56


253.74


554


22


73


4


1.50


1.50


1,775.66


105.00


3,074


562


384




2.60


1.50


11,089.16
6,767.00


924. 94


2,115


738


136


109


2.00


1.50


1,199.70


1,558


1,711
1,250

348


1,200
750
37




3.05
2.24
2.00








2,379


Both

72


1.50
1.50






835


2, 296. 13


443. 10


705


83


80


20


2.00


1.50


1,809.28


147.01


3, 1.50


394


300


100


2.00


1.50


10, 682. 42


529.37


1,479


288


51


53


1.90


1.50


5,184.53


395.88


2,231


830


267


158




1.50


6,937.89
21,000.00


1,430.71


2,680


1.239


315


430


1.50


1.50


1,350.00


1,763


2,189


500


Both


2.49


1.50


10,511.iS


2,650.72:



126



Biennial Report of the



Table No. VIII-



Counties.






S &■>
■<



<S .



So u



> 2 JjS

<1



as CO
<



Forsyth

Franklin

Gaston

Gates

Graham

Granville

Greene

Guilford

Halifax

Harnett

Haywood

Henderson

Hertford

Hyde

Iredell

Jackson

Johnston

Jones

Lenoir

Lincoln

Macon

Madison

Martin

McDowell

Mecklenburg-
Mitchell*

Montgomery..

Moore

Nash

New Hanover.
Northampton.

Onslow

Orange

Pamlico



516.818.18
6,039.40
11,361.50



$4, 808. 62
4,050.60
4,026.90



1,598.00
6,681.14
3,475.78
17,543.00
18,256.40
4,508.15
7,195.38
7,719.44
5,736.43
2,522.50
12,755.49



11.00
4,631.03
1,900.99
7, 100. 00



2, 150. 49
250.00
962.76
3,614.45
1,782 50
3,532.49



15,462.67
2,611.03



3,817.58
1,892.97



7,986.32 2,433.47



6,283.98
4, 880. 15
8, 203. 12
6,405.00
4,962.93
17, 680. 39



6, 836. 12
9, 666. 54
19, 140. 39
6,592.28
4, 494. 15
5, 117. 26
1,823.00



1,500.74
303. 80
167.98

3,595.00
749.57

6,967.81



3,627.00
4, 874. 96
7,705.01
5,576.80
1,295.00
1,914.30
1,039.00



$7,569,494
2, 611, 490
4,415,070
1,006,796
599,095
3,408,022
1,414,459
7,271,300
3,810,455
1,435,561
1,915,407
2, 074, 914
1,784,885
945, 604
4, 521, 445
1,247,508
3,534,834
1, 130, 229
2,111,324
2, 101, 716
1,165,233
1,504,789
2,122,310
1,015,441

10, 467, 455



1,669,008
2,945,687
3,373,485
7,950.050
2,759,260
1,417,545
2,072.659
672,074



169, 744

61,079

92,076

8,297

155, 613

83,306
206, 379
331, 869

61,299
1,365

31,792
249, 441

27, 778
100,747

13,333
113, 666



125, 198

35, 971

9,489

4,000

156,754
5,862

332,020



29, 153
99, 688
157,825
431,262
220,885
58, 174
86,809
49,993



Superintendent of Public Instruction.



127



Continued.



O


■g-a

3


Number of
Insolvent
White Polls.


Number of In-
solvent Col-
ored Polls.




C "Z K

%£ 2
o %■%

CHI

<


Amount Actu-
ally Paid by
Whites on
Property
and Polls.


Amount Actu-
ally Paid by
Colored on
Property
and Polls.


4,066


1,507






92.30


$1.19


§22,605.87


Both


2,114


1,602


345


638


2.45


1.50


7,856.75


81,751.54


2,868


831


410


Both


2.60


1.50


14,303.49


Both


887


517


27


81


2.00


1.50


3, 628. 18


846.77


612


5


40




3.11


1.50


1,988.23




1,776


1,464


203


476


2.30


1.50


9,212.04


1,763.23


1,120


871


37


56


2.30


1.50


4,226.03


1,456.45


4,463


1,039


534


450


1.50


1.50


20, 100. 00


1, 300. 00


1,862


2,649
536








1.50


7, 256. 04


Both


1,687


159


109


2.85


1.50


4,730.91


845.76


2,157


76


447




3.00


1.19


7, 195. 38


250.00


1,769


189


202


76


3.27


1.50


6,358.34


340.73


999


1,037


111


222


2.00


1.50


4,544.79


1,671.49


886


527


59


167


2.45


1.50


3,001.08


840.50


3,310


861

67


730
234


Both
19


2.55
3.00


1.54
1.50






1, 651


4,961.43




3,873


1,022


141


103


2.00


1.50


16,951.46


1,935.32


776


484


16


205


2.00


1.50


2, 958. 74


514. 12


1,840


1, 143


630


Both


2.45


1.50


9,171.94


1,939.85


1,702


287


7


5


1.50


1.50


6,680.76


445.26


1,568


64


165


18


3.20


1.60






2,900


54


715


14


2.60


1.50


. 7,738.13


64.00


1,386


945


37


86


2.00


1.50


5,546.84


1,492.13


1,455


193
2,820


255
1,725




2.45
2.50


1.50

1.50






4,489


Both


28, 879. 08


4,827.64


1,786
2,413


556






2.45


1.29


2,303.94
8,449.24


717. 24


940


315


216


2.15


1.50


1,257.44


2,523


1, 455
1,007


60
548


290
720


2.15

2.69


1 50
1.50






2,186


15,929.51


2,001.43


1,509


1,574


27


82


2.03


1.50


8, 547. 13


2,635.39


1,488


437


90


180


3.00


1.50


4,599,93


490.21


1,413


643
405






2.00


1.50






905


1







128



Biennial Report of the



Table No. VIII-



Counties.






< 0) •

dig



•73 O J



e

5 ►*> •

IB O O



Pasquotank ..

Pender

Perquimans..

Person

Pitt

Polk

Randolph

Richmond —

Robeson

Rockingham.

Rowan

Rutherford...



Sampson
Scotland-



Stanly

Stokes

Surry

Swain

Transylvania

Tyrrell

Union

Vance

Wake

Warren



$5,997.41
3, 106. 19
2,943.15
4,338.75

12,589.50
2,291.58

12,880.37
4,863.00

11,372.00

13,252.75

14,314.65
7,704.32
5, 757. 00
1,995.50
6, 288. 79
7, 783. 00

10,501.40
4,204.54
2,845.23
2,003.87

10,336.58



24,245.57
4,201.39



Washington I 4,170.34



Watauga —

Wayne

Wilkes

Wilson

Yadkin

Yancey

Total.



5. 360. 00
10, 620. 75

8,621.36
11,182.03

6,011.75

2,925.80



666, 143. 95



S3, 673. 47

2,050.08

2,196.75

3,128.75

4, 980. 00

644.19

1,950.03

1,652.00

5, 542. 77

6,487.25

4,651.80

1,977.04

3,399.00

1,468.60

690.06

1,257.00

1,449.50

110.54

286.98

496.63

2, 944. 32



13,362.88

4,144.21

2,192.66

137.80

7,784.00

973.88

3,800.16

685.35

45.00



$2,308,656
1,096,814
1,325,303
1,752,245
4,187,756
882, 103
3,796,399
4,366,283
4,048,812
4,542,250
6,138,195
2,881,328
2,029,973



2,093,635
1,876,785
2,843,625

963,729
1,038,351

620,843
3,115,858
2,247,250
10, 183, 644
2,437,211
1,252,418
1,387,152
4,780,683
1,917,310
3,831,619
1,598,708

571, 147



$182,276

123,466

114, 725

67,807

163,015

14,590

50, 622

96,358

221,781

132, 453

161,986

50, 710

73, 748



29,354

27,306

30,574

3,247

7,500

25,445

70, 498

157, 183

559, 002

291,893

76,686

5,397

279,005

24,772

68,431

14, 628



234,333.19 1 258,929,110 1 102,705,100



* No i - eport.



Superintendent of Public Instruction.



129



Continued.



PP



1,121

992
821
1,328
2,746
690
3,682
1,955
3, 172
3,268
3,655
2,892
2,713



002
587
417
025
917
620
818
175
683
945
911
904
070
374
459
033
498



«0H

■2 ■a

s o
2



858

829

(ill

728

2,074

100

436

1,454

1,923

1,342

912

425

915



249

356

356
19
60

222

815
1,039
2,954
1,462

723

38

1,662

281
1,308

143



m > <¥



20
30
329
213
26
450
360



IS

Si a,
B o *<

3 m C



16

373

35



390
11



720



435
Both

250



220



Both
130
186
29
197



314

51

23

88

240

498



66



1

192,215 ; 73,588



965
186



350



SO



401

4

29

29

156



941
202
90
7
480
Both



C5 0)

H



52.00
2.00
2.10
2.00
2.00
2. 45
2.25
2.21
3.00



1.80
2.28
2.50
2.64
2.25
2.00
2.00
2. 90
3.80
2.60
3.18-



2.00
2.30
2.00
2.25



3.00
1.95
2.00



= -
Shod



$1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.19
1.50
1.50
1.35
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50

:.50

1.50
1.50
1.50
1.25
1.50
1.42
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.29



eg

Oh 5



$5,837.08



3, 650. 55
5, 146. 04

10,771.51



12,356.32
10, 630. 36



^ 2 o ^ *
■* "3 *S ■£ o

ecu a s-.

c— O '- C



$1,714.99



1,094.13
1.194.25
2, 678. 44



745. 12
1,046.90







1

15,326.45


Both


16,623.39


1,301.07


9,524.39


1,549.28


7. 723. 45


1,505.24


7,369. 15


Both


10,583.02


Both


3, 293. 21


28.35


2, 857. 63


65.64


2,004.01


335.30


9,818.23


1,349.40


5,533.80


1,575.12


25, 229. 67


4,593.07


5,660.93


2,320.91


3,620.85


1,222.0:;


5,626.60


174.32


15,603.01


2,504.03


3,451.16


44.59


13, 920. 95


2,085. L8


5,770.09


468. oo



648,880.10



81,769.53



130 Biennial Report of the



REPORT OF CROATAN INDIAN SCHOOLS IN ROBESON AND
SCOTLAND COUNTIES.

DISBURSEMENTS FOR ROBESON COUNTY.

Paid teachers $1,995.08

Paid for houses 481.68

Total 2,476.76

Number of Croatan children —

Males 812

Females 865

Total 1,737

Enrolled in School —

Males 614

Females 525

Total 1,139

Average attendance 291

Number of districts 22

Number of houses 29

Average length of school terms in weeks 10.21

Value of school property 1,995.00

Average salary of teachers — Male, $30.16; female, $24.20.
Number of Indian teachers — First grade, 4; second grade, 7.
Scotland reports 115 Croatan children, but gives no other sta-
tistics.



SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 131



CHAPTER 543.

An act to appropriate two hundred thousand dollars to the public schools of

North Carolina.

The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

Section 1. That the sum of one hundred thousand dollars
($100,000.00) be and the same is hereby appropriated, annually, out
of the State Treasury for the benefit of the public schools, to be
distributed to the respective counties of the State, per capita as to
school population on the first Monday in January of each year, using
the school census of the previous scholastic year as a basis of appor-
tionment.

Sec. 2. That the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall issue
warrants upon the State Auditor for the amount due each county
under section one of this act, said warrants to be drawn in favor of
the County Treasurer of each county to be credited to the general
public school fund of the county.

Sec 3. That the sum of one hundred thousand dollars
($100,000.00), or so much thereof as may be necessary, be and the
same is hereby appropriated annually out of the State Treasury for
the purpose of bringing up to the constitutional requirement for a
four months public school term in each school district in the State,
inose public schools whose terms, after the distribution and applica-
tion of all other school funds, do not comply with said requirement,
to be distributed anu applied in the manner hereinafter set forth.

Sec 4. That at the January meeting of each year the County
Board of Education shall report to the State Superintendent of Pub-
lic Instruction the number of school districts in the county which
can not have a four months term, with the funus available from
county sources and State appropriations other than that provided
for in section three (3) of this act, special local taxes not included.
The County Board oi" Education shall also report the amount of
all school funds available for the use of the entire county, and also
the amount that is available for the use of the particular district or
districts needing additional help. They shall also report the amount
of expenses incurred per month in running the schools in each of
said districts, the school census of the entire county and of each of
said districts, by race, the number of pupils enrolled in each of
said schools during the current term, the average daily attendance,
and the salary paid to the teachers of each of said schools. And, in
the event that there is on hand an unexpended balance of moneys
properly belonging to the public school fund, the full facts in con-
nection therewith shall be reported. The State Superintendent of



132 Biennial Report of the

Public Instruction shall forthwith lay these facts before the State
Board of Education, which shall thereupon, after full investigation,
fix and determine the amount which must necessarily be appropri-
ated to each of said counties to enable each district therein to have a
four months term of public school: Provided, that if the said State
Board of Education shall find that the one hundred thousand dol-
lars ($100,000.00) hereby appropriated is insufficient for the pur-
pose of giving to all of said counties the required amount, the said
board shall deduct from such required amount for each county such
a fixed percentage for all counties alike as shall reduce the aggre-
gate of the amounts to be distributed to the said sum of one hun-
dred thousand dollars ($100,000.00): Provided further, that if the
State Board of Education shall find that the one hundred thousand
dollars, provided for in this section, is more than sufficient for the
purpose of giving to all of said counties such said amounts required
for the accomplishment of a four months term in each school dis-
trict, the said boarci shall distribute such surplus per capita in like
manner with, and in addition to, tne appropriation provided for in
sections one and two of this act. Every report required to be made
by the provisions of this section shall be accompanied by affidavits
from the County Superintendent of Schools, the chairman of the
Board of County Commissioners, and the Clerk of the Superior
Court of the county, to the effect that all fines, penalties and for-
feitures and other moneys properly belonging to the school fund of
the county have been so applied and that the constitutional limita-
tion of taxation has been reached in said county; and unless the
report is accompanied by such affidavits it shall not be considered by
the State Superintendent of Public Instruction or by the State Board
of Education.

Sec. 5. That when said apportionment has been so made an item-
ized statement thereof shall be filed with the State Auditor, who
shall thereafter, upon the warrant of the State Superintendent of
Public Instruction, issue his warrants upon the State Treasurer for
the amounts appropriated to the several counties, payable to the
County Treasurer of the respective counties to which the said item-
ized statement shows the same to have been appropriated.

Sec. 6. That no school with a school census under sixty-five (65)
in number shall receive any benefit from the appropriation made in
section three (3) of this act unless the formation or continuance of
such school district shall have been, for good and sufficient cause,
approved by the County Board of Education and the State Superin-
tendent of Public Instruction.

Sec. 7. That any county school officer who shall knowingly make
any misrepresentation of facts in his report to the State Superin-
tendent of Public Instruction required by the provisions of this act,



Superintendent of Public Instruction. 133

shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall
be removed from office and may be fined or imprisoned in the dis-
cretion of the Court.

Sec. 8. That it shall be a misdemeanor for any county officer to
apply moneys properly belonging to the public school fund, arising
from any source to any other purpose than that of the public schools.

Sec. 9. That an moneys appropriated by the provisions of this act
shall be distributed by the Boards of Education of the several coun-
ties to the several school districts in the counties in such way as to
extend to all the children of any county, or nearly as practicable,
equal school opportunities and advantages, and so as to make the
school term or terms in each district in a county in every year, as
nearly as may be, equal with the same of every other district in the
county.

Sec. 10. That the State Superintendent of Public Instruction shall
include fn his annual reports a full showing of everything done un-
der the provisions of this act.

Sec. 11. That chapter six hundred and thirty-seven (637) of the
Public Laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-nine (1899) and all
other laws and clauses of laws in conflict with the provisions of this
act be and the same are hereby repealed.

Sec. 12. That this act shall be in force from and after its ratifica-
tion.

In the General Assembly read three times, and ratified this the
11th day of March. A. D. 1901.



134



Biennial Report of the



Table No. IX. — Showing Amount Apportioned to Counties According
to Sections i and j, Chapter 543, Laws 0/ /go/.



Counties.



Alamance

Alexander __.

Alleghany

Anson

Ashe

Beaufort

Bertie

Bladen

Brunswick ..
Buncombe —

Burke

Cabarrus

Caldwell

Camden

Carteret

Caswell

Catawba

Chatham

Cherokee

Chowan

Clay

Cleveland ...
Columbus _—

Craven

Cumberland
Currituck ...

Dare

Davidson

Davie

Duplin



Amount
Appor-
tioned per

Capita,
According
to Section 1,
Chapter 543,
Laws of 1901,
15 cents Per
Capita.



330.95
583.35
493.80
173. 00
137.00
207.55
149.50
968.70
748. 20
,212.35
928.80
, 204. 50
858.75
278.55
607.20
765. 90
,229.55
,292.70
696.00
507.45
266. 10
,481.55
,197.00
,077.30
,602.75
338. 10
234.75
,231.35
579.60
,686.15



Number of
Districts Helped.



White.



Colored.



33

49
43
29
101
45
36
42
45
*

51
18
25
1
9
32



Amount
App'rtioned

to Help
Needy Dis-
tricts,
Section 3,
Chapter 543,
Laws of 1901.



SI, 309. 09
1,146.72
1,771.56
1,415.00
3,693.10
1,781.99
1,019.47
1,686.17
2,114.77



2,089.20

633.25

937. 76

66.68

515.50

1, 922. 26



1,259.00



369.58
2,133.58
2,043.44



1,182.74
2,084.69
1,009.30
1,220.13



2,360.63



*No needy districts.



Superintendent of Public Instruction.



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Table No. IX — Continued.



Counties.



Durham

Edgecombe ._.

Forsyth

Franklin

Gaston

Gates

Graham

Granville

Greene

Guilford

Halifax

Harnett

Haywood

Henderson

Hertford

Hyde

Iredell

Jackson

Johnston

Jones

Lenoir

Lincoln

Macon

Madison

Martin

McDowell

Mecklenburg.

Mitchell

Montgomery.

Moore

Nash



Amount
Appor-
tioned per

Capita,
According
to Section 1,
Chapter 543,
Laws of 1901,
15 cents Per
Capita.



Number of
Districts Helped.



White.



$1,290.30

1,352.55

1,694.85

1,281.90

1,489.20

674.40

243. 60

1,099.05

602.85

2,031.00

1,422.00

883.20

969.00

822.75

883.35

516. 60

1,530.30

645.45

1,691.25

433.80

908.10

855.30

668.55

1,256.50

823.80

685.50

2, 810. 25

956.70

730.80

1,265.70

1,327.80



Colored.



Amount
App'rtioned

to Help
Needy Dis-
tricts,
Section 3,
Chapter 543,
Laws of 1901.



$909.00
315.00
647. 68
348.00
956.32



IS


6


507.00


*


*
*
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*




38


1,052.18


4


1


146.56


31


9


603.75


4


8


358.90


16


2


538.54


17


10


350.58


16


2


423.60


12


6


317.03


13


10


727. 10


8


13


392.94


48


11


1,591.00


49




1,544.21
1,503.04


49


4


9


12


422.00


44


13


1,761.41


*


*

4




57


1,572.20


48


16


1,937.80


53


31


2,043.17


*


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* No needy districts.



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Table No IX — Continued.



Counties.



New Hanover.
Northampton-
Onslow

Orange

Pamlico

Pasquotank —

Pender

Perquimans...

Person

Pitt

Polk

Randolph

Richmond

Robesonf

Rockingham..

Rowan

Rutherford

Sampson

Scotland

Stanly

Stokes

Surry

Swain

Transylvania .

Tyrrell

Union

Vance

Wake

Warren

Washington ..
Watauga



Amount
Appor-
tioned per

Capita,
According
to Section 1,
Chapter 543,
Laws of 1901,
15 cents Per
Capita.



11,161.15

1,087.35

612.30

740.55

429.30

731. 10

729.90

522.45

896. 10

1, 497. 60

328.35

1,534.80

868.65

2,077.50

1,697.25

1,579.80

1,396.35

1,373.40

577.35

995.55

1,081.50

1,396.50

449.10

363.45

251.55

1,449.75

864.45

2,835.60

1,001.10

513.15

776.25



Number of
Districts Helped.



White.



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Colored.



Amount
App'rtioned

to Help
Needy Dis-
tricts,
Section 3,
Chapter 543,
Laws of 1901.



$394.23
321. 19
978.44
383.32



2


245.65


4


258.00


13


745.00


*




8


657.14


is


1,563.48


15


677.64


18


1, 174. 27


21


617.88


14


557.33


17


2,549.10


26


762.15


5


241.41


9


2,761.00


11


1,408.44


10


392.75


*




3


890.38


2


232.97


•24


1,798.85


*




*




1


31.58


*




3


1,295.53



* No needy districts.



Superintendent of Public Instruction.



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Table No. IX — Continued.



Wayne

Wilkes ....

Wilson

Yadkin

Yancey

Total.



Counties.



Amount
Appor-
tioned per

Capita,

According

to Section 1,

Chapter 543,

Laws of 1901,

15 Cents
Per Capita.



Number of
Districts Helped.



White.



$1,577.55

1,488.45

1,195.50

816.75

662.70



100,475.00



2,375



Colored.



*No needy districts.

tin Robeson County ten Oroatan districts were helped.



862



Amount
App'rtioned

to Help
Needy Dis-
tricts,
Section 3,
Chapter 543,
Laws
of 1901.



$2,092.44



1,423.92
1,630.18



S2,798.S9



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