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per day for each day of their session, for a period not exceed-
ing ninety days; and should they remain longer in session they
shall serve without compensation. The compensation of the presid-
ing officers of the two houses shall be twenty dollars ($20.00)
per day for a period not exceeding ninety days. Should an extra
session of the General Assembly be called, the members and
presiding officers shall receive a like rate of compensation for a
period not exceeding twenty-five days."

No. 4
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ADOPTED

Chapter 393, Session Laws 1949.
Article IV, Section 10

"Sec. 10. Judicial Districts for Superior Courts. The General
Assembly shall divide the State into a number of judicial districts
which number may be increased or reduced and shall provide
for the election of one or more Superior Court judges for each
district. There shall be a Superior Court in each county at least
twice in each year to continue for such time in each county as
may be prescribed by law."

No. 5
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ADOPTED

Chapter 775, Session Laws 1949
Article IV, Section 11

"Sec. 11. Judicial Districts; Rotation; Special Superior Court
Judges; Assignment of Superior Court Judges by Chief Justice.
Each Judge of the Superior Court shall reside in the district for



Election Returns 243

which he is elected. The General Assembly may divide the State
into a number of judicial divisions. The judges shall preside in
the courts of the different districts within a division successively;
but no judge shall hold all the courts, in the same district oftener
than once in four years. The General Assembly may provide by
general laws for the selection or appointment of Special or Emer-
gency Superior Court Judges not assigned to any judicial district,
who may be designated from time to time by the Chief Justice
to hold court in any district or districts within the State; and
the General Assembly shall define their jurisdiction and shall
provide for their reasonable compensation. The Chief Justice,
when in his opinion the public interest so requires, may assign
any Superior Court Judge to hold one or more terms of Superior
Court in any district."



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VOTE ON FOREGOING



County


Amendment Number 1
Permitting any person when re-
presented by counsel, to waive
indictment in all except capital
cases.


Amendment Number 2
Securing and safeguarding the
funds of the Teachers' and State
Employees' Retirement S.vstem.




For


Against


For


Against


Alamance

Alexander


4,095

1,669

576

1,116

1,556

930

939

681

930

1,790

11,264

4,951

4,410

3,229

111

1,904

401

5,880

1,655

2,000

265

861

2 409

2,270

1,361

1,649

347

306

5,538

1,219

1,540

4.492

1,426

6,170

975

5,765

149

673

737

285

7,885

1,841

2,565

3,497

3,309

799

395

266

4,078

3,206

2.854


2,214

1,421

628

400

1,831

310

399

175

425

470

4,222

2,365

2,656

1,535

54

316

203

3,115

1,232

916

90

271

798

503

445

483

59

69

3,798

364

585

1,368

248

2,113

455

1,509

42

267

339

135

2,334

833

1,215

1,107

1,994

219

174

50

1,896

1,331

2,105


5,821
2,307

853
1,491
3,174
1,273
1,351
1,060
1,248
2,118
14,807
6,626
6,915
4,567

223
2,501

581
7,698
2,163
2,420

460
1,160
3,529
2,690
1,892
2,521

484

507
8,621
1,617
2.039
5,919
1,777
8,083
1,457
7,402

216

784
1,085

484
10,704
2,564
3,467
4,650
4,451
1,187

556

384
5,460
3,585
3,911


1,631
1,181




600




231


Ashe


1,530


Avery

Beaufort


296
264
194


Bladen


315


Brunswick


379




2,259


Burke ....


1,906




1,368


Caldwell


1,173




17


Carteret


194


Caswell


161




2,428




1,030




751


Chowan


26


Clav


209


Cleveland


513
395


Craven


249




229




42


Dare


20


Davidson


3,182


Davie


325




444


Durham ■


663




94


torsyth


1,226




302


Oaston


873


Gates


28




234


Granville


201


Greene


85




1,301




473


Harnett


932


Haywood

Henderson


689
1.539


Hertford


126


Hoke


111


Hyde


42


Iredell


1,406




1,104


Johnaton


1.809



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245



AMENDMENTS BY COUNTIES



Amendment Number 3


Amendment Number 4


Amendment Number 5


Allowing limited necessary com-


Permitting the General Assembly


Transferring to the Chief Justice


pensation of Members of the


to prescribe the number of reg-


of the Supreme Court the Au-


General Assembly


ular Superior Court Judges in


thority now exercised by the






each Judicial District, provided


Governor in the assigning of






each District has at least one.


Judges and the calling of special
terms of Court, and empowering
the Legislature to define the








jurisdiction of the Special Judges.


For


Against


For


Against


For


Against


3,885


2,813


4,308


2,123


4,244


2,1)7


1 820


1,349


1,657


1,278


1,566


1,302


579


653


520


580


499


575


1,115


460


1,178


354


1,099


359


2,428


1,642


1,579


1,714


1,415


1,684


989


347


888


295


816


317


945


457


1,019


327


981


361


784


258


711


207


686


214


951


478


982


355


917


425


1,619


563


1,639


460


1,582


474


10,920


4,855


11,365


1,028


11,321


4.020


4,774


2,613


4 645


2,294


4,628


2,329


4,631


2,742


4,517


2,490


4,386


2,583


3,229


1,785


3,237


1,495


3,142


1,453


161


55


130


40


111


56


2.002


414


1,938


301


1,910


331


393


258


417


209


403


212


5,349


3,637


5,676


3,080


5,875


2,912


1,537


1,395


1,650


1,159


1,575


1,182


2,059


796


1,669


641


1,466


651


371


70


328


64


314


60


953


236


820


226


697


251


2,536


1,005


2,610


724


2,481


792


2,087


715


2,187


578


2,094


632


1,363


585


1,417


439


1,331


521


1,763


571


1,791


420


1,722


500


396


67


339


92


337


99


380


61


328


46


289


64


5,285


4,444


5,432


3,889


5,060


3,904


1,255


426


1,133


330


1,040


384


1,531


643


1,429


590


1,342


621


4,298


1,858


4,719


1,256


4,723


1,360


1,430


369


1,485


205


1,383


276


5,642


3,049


6,165


2,213


6,098


2,273


1,051


505


1,074


379


1,000


432


5,501


2,155


5,934


1,437


5,665


1,621


175


54


159


42


146


51


688


251


684


232


591


295


811


356


806


252


797


333


323


151


280


131


261


137


7,629


3,259


8,115


2,334


8,168


2,450


1,767


973


1,833


738


1,800


680


2,535


1,435


2,647


1,093


2,428


1,161


3,413


1,334


3,408


1,105


3,304


1,209


3,101


2,362


2,911


2,247


3,001


2,123


847


275


833


198


791


237


450


168


443


133


408


152


311


68


257


63


257


66


3,636


2,472


3,960


1,912


3,896


1,991


3,125


1,303


2,930


1,283


2,758


1,330


2,769


2,429


2,865


1,954


2,748


2,053



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VOTE ON FOREGOING



County



Jones

Lee

Lenoir

Lincoln

Macon

Madison

Martin

McDowell. , .
Mecklenburg .

Mitchell

Montgomery .

Moore

Nash

New Hanover
Northampton

Onslow

Orange

Pamlico

Pasquotank . .

Pender

Perquimans . .

Person

Pitt

Polk

Randolph ....
Richmond . . .

Robeson

Rockingham .

Rowan

Rutherford. ..

Sampson

Scotland

Stanly

Stokes

Surry

Swain

Transylvania .

Tyrrell

Union

Vance

Wake

Warren

Washington. .
Watauga ....

Wayne

Wilkes

Wilson

Yadkin

Yancey

Totals.



Amendment Number 1
Permitting any person when re-
presented by counsel, to waive
indictment in all except capital
cases.



For



1,



259

,828

946

2,313

1,888

1,273

549

2,269

10,185

851

1,214

2,244

1,681

3,093

640

492

1,842

349

596

488

259

505

1,875

1,438

2,832

1,332

1,722

3,273

4,519

3,639

2,510

525

3,380

1,696

3,112

1,309

1,836

362

1,185

774

7,185

642

489

2,609

1,930

3,554

1,425

1.464

1,556



213.156



Against



115

684

228

1,458

1,267

655

207

1,029

2,899

420

1,204

1,215

697

992

279

230

572

144

257

173

80

210

617

824

2,363

475

482

1,168

2,046

1,771

1,215

269

2,525

961

1,055

364

693

166

468

362

1,918

282

170

824

833

1,357

398

1,054

444



92,205



Amendment Number 2
Securing and safeguarding the
funds of the Teachers' and State
Employees' Retirement System.



For



505
2,679
1,368
3,195
2,722
2,274

869

3,413

14,154

1,261



1,975

3,007

2,290

4,528

1,216

717

2,617

554

936

816

434

733

2,551



727

,575

571

,239

,652

,582

4,960

3,798

799

4,780

2,181

4,285

1,442

2,822

724

1,779

1,206

9,661

918

710

2,723

2,621

6,708

2,131

2.087

2,549



299,187



Against



68
445
139

1,296

1,027
605
143
684

1,284
378

1,016
889
543
392
163
178
345
104
124
116
32
172
352
791

1,936
304
292
876

1,279

1,254
963
156

2,259
888
816
305
455
116
340
187
911
182
87
601
625

1,058
210
897
449



65,512



Election Returns



247



AMENDMENTS BY


COUNTIES


.—(Cont'd)






Amendment Number 3


Amendment Number 4


Amendment Number 5


Allowing limited necessary com-


Permitting; the General Assembly


Transferring to the Chief Justice


pensation of Members of the


to prescribe the number of reg-


of the Supreme Court the Au-


General Assembly


ular Superior Court Judges in


thority now exercised by the




each Judicial District, provided


Governor in the assigning of




each District has at least one.


Judges and the calling of special
terms of Court, and empowering
the Legislature to define the
jurisdiction of the Special Judges.


For


Against


For


Against


For


Against


371


97


271


93


259


108


1,753


971


1,955


592


1,819


681


1,009


308


1,006


212


922


287


2,313


1,665


2,247


1,453


2,233


1,405


2,219


1,249


1,890


1,190


1,817


1,210


1,540


713


1,219


658


1,094


647


675


221


593


172


542


221


2,362


1,098


2,273


952


2,203


1,029


9,529


4,314


10,726


2,732


11.056


2,629


933


464


843


393


744


455


1,304


1,307


1,245


1,189


1,176


1,226


2,145


1,511


2,312


1,179


2,295


1,188


1,705


947


1,748


680


1,690


714


3,152


1,327


3,452


903


3,402


987


751


368


656


349


637


312


472


328


497


233


482


238


1,899


707


1 940


550


1 964


549


378


188


369


123


375


152


708


273


731


196


659


250


534


193


527


148


492


178


324


70


307


44


279


75


541


287


572


195


527


233


1,807


797


2,004


537


1,969


584


1,394


867


1,262


849


1,335


848


3,028


2,580


2,935


2,257


2,860


2.352


1,335


670


1,420


464


1,.373


527


1,729


605


1,746


446


1,689


503


3,066


1,668


3,183


1,348


2,759


1,173


4,411


2 689


4.557


2,369


4,387


2,183


3,665


2,019


3,649


1,782


3,497


2.028


2,574


1,264


2,507


1,035


2,382


1,114


603


288


612


226


596


249


3,597


2,759


3,443


2,501


3,479


2,605


1,706


1,000


1,625


926


1,441


1,069


3,391


1,160


3,144


965


2,881


991


1,300


356


1,285


346


1,236


348


2,529


630


1,874


579


1,775


635


502


160


402


127


363


155


1,222


603


1,256


459


1,184


520


838


437


866


292


829


365


7,641


2,472


7,584


1,790


7,596


1,916


729


291


695


238


659


273


533


205


541


141


508


169


1,709


783


1,441


734


1,345


709


2,013


993


2,187


675


2,051


774


4,109


1,604


2,983


1,587


2,745


1,295


1,488


519


1,562


307


1,471


407


1,764


945


1,437


972


1,323


1,067


2,374


483


1,296


441


1,201


415


215,269


108,672


213,922


88,664


207,153


91,743



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VOTES CAST IN SPECIAL ELECTION HELD ON JUNE 4TH,
1949, ON THE QUESTION OF THE ISSUANCE OF TWO
HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS SECONDARY ROAD
BONDS, AND THE ISSUANCE OF TWENTY-FIVE
MILLION DOLLARS SCHOOL PLANT CON-
STRUCTION AND REPAIR BONDS



County


Issuance of Two Hundred Million

Dollars Secondary

Road Bonds


Issuance of Twe:ity-five Million

Dollars School Plant
Construction and Fe 'air Bonds


For


Against


For


Against


Alamance

Alexander


3.413
1.347
1.4S6
1.217
4,575
2,039
2,603
1,229
1,680
2.307
5.658
4,884
1,572
3,097

215
3,074
1,229
2,988
2,013
3,449

266
1,291
4,024
3,462
1,927
2,392

456
1,199
2,892
1,494
5.013
1,949
2,876
2,123
1,277
1,587

459
1.402
1,122
1,364
3,762
1,769
2,628
5,097
1,772
1,006


2,910

725

322

1,284

243

251

919

261

939

255

8,529

1,586

4,818

1,620

202

472

424

5,016

960

296

365

52

2,056

1.314

1,264

1,748

429

73

4,158

481

452

6,519

894

10,007

1,256

8,489

287

HI

1,414

268

12,733

1,360

1,502

933

2.130

312


4.250
1.294
1.145
1.553
4.500
1,893
2,866
1,211
1,799
2,248
9,900
5,137
U965
3,343

301
3,291
1,.324
4,196
2,073
3,520

415
1.289
4,549
2,845
2,521
2,958

598
1,218
3.610
1,458
4.950
4,336
3,322
5,251
1,515
3,864

531
1,345
1,384
1,422
9.159
2.163
2,840
5,409
2,739
1,105


1,951
637




513


Anson . . .


892


Ashe


248




300




582


Bertie


225


Bladen


780




262




4,154


Burke


1,183


Cabarrus


4,321


Caldwell


1,197




108


Carteret t


255


Caswell


319




3.668


Chatham


735


Cherokee


196


Chowan


214


Clay

Cleveland

Columbus

Craven

Cumberland

Currituck


38
1.372
1,718

655
1,136

273


Dare


38




3,373




419


Duplin


404




3,911




401


Forsyth


6,765


Franklin


977
6,088


Gates


202


Graham


118


(iranville

Greene


1,101
188


Guilford


7,315


Halifax


941


Harnett


1,217


Haywood


367




1,144


Hertford


187



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249



Votes Cast in Special Election Held on June 4th, 1949 — (Cont'd)



County



Issuance of Two Hundred Mill
Dollars Secondary
Road Bonds



For



Against



Issuance of Twenty-five Million

Dollars School Plant
Construction and Repair Bonds



For



Against



Hoke

Hyde

Iredell

Jackson

Johnston ....

Jones

Lee

Lenoir

Lincoln

Macon ....

Madison

Martin

McDowell .
Mecklenburg ,

Mitchell

Montgomery.

Moore

Nash

New Hanover
Northampton

Onslow

Orange

Pamlico

Pasquotank . .

Pender

Perquimans. .

Person

Pitt

Polk

Randolph ....
Richmond . . .
Robeson ....
Rockingham .

Rowan

Rutherford. . .

Sampson

Scotland

Stanly

Stokes

Surry

Swain

Transylvania

Tyrrell

Union

Vance

Wake

Warren

Washington. .
Watauga . . . .

Wayne

Wilkes

Wilson

Yadkin

Yancey

Totals.



673
797
16?
794
94.'i
742
798
326
212
374
738
321
157
033
788
401
279
344
860
747
241
,450
332
947
110
267
,171
.379
,588
225
,011
982
,405
,885
,740
,331
373
,597
,094
,479
,820
,748
595
,851
881
,507
743
819
,344
,094
,397
,978
,570
,351



229,493



436

58

2,885

393

2,083

250

797

1,326

955

546

26?

616

737

12,997

85

873

1,747

1,559

3,394

520

320

1,743

186

914

506

401

961

2,421

323

2,562

1,648

3,142

2,406

5,655

3,229

801

1,637

2,397

516

965

155

762

52

1,370

1,384

6,532

1,200

196

269

2,186

407

1,839

350

54



722
767
3,2.39
3.770
4,049
851
2,064
2,011
127
58!
3,558
465
290
819
2,711
1,385
2,740



174,647



,878
,356
,682
,188
.297
1,365
1,259
1 , 163
455
1,349
3,468
1,724
3,602
1,495
2,567
2,841
2,596
3,598
4,182
845
2,672
2,894
5,412
1,839
1,977
572
2,161
1,321
10,162
931
880
5,168
2,817
8,169
2,853
2,894
4,277



370
66

1,742
291

1,757
141
479
643
971
324
306
360
528
10,128
88
786

1,200
969

1,899
498
292
879
136
521
426
219
743

1,224
173

1,963



273,663



136

2,494

1,879

4 860

2,245

803

1,143

2,201

545

714

119

494

56

962

920

3,793

997

106

328

1,385

384

911

703

72



122,460



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North Carolina Manual



VOTE ON PROHIBITION 1881 AND 1908



August, 1881



May, 1908



For

Prohibition
48,370



Against

Prohibition

166,325



For

Prohibition

113,612



Against

Prohibition

69,416



Vote on calling convention to consider proposed amend-
ment to the Constitution of the United States repealing
the 18th amendment and Election of Delegates.



November, 1933







Delegates


Delegates


For


No


For Repeal


Against


Convention


Convention


of


Repeal of






18th


18th


120,190


293,484


Amendment


Amendment






115,482


300,054



PART V

GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES,
BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS



GOVERNMENTAL BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS



ADVISORY BUDGET COMMISSION

1925, c. 89; 1929, c. 100, s. 4; 1931 c. 295; G. S. 143-4

Composition : Six members, Chaii-man of the Appropriations and
Finance Committees of the House and Senate, and two members
appointed by the Governor.

Appointed by the Governor:

Harry B. Caldwell Greensboro

Alonzo C. Edwards Hookerton

Appointed by the Legislature:

John D. Larkins, Jr Trenton

J. Hampton Price Leaksville

Larry L Moore, Jr Wilson

E. T. Bost, Jr Concord

STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE

Rev. s. 3931; Code S. 2184; 1901, c. 479, ss. 2, 4; 1907, c. 497, s. 1;
1931, c. 360, s. 1; 1937, c. 174; C. S. 4667; G. S. 106-2

Composition : Eleven members, ten appointed by the Governor.

L. Y. Ballentine, Chairman, Ex-officio Raleigh

Glenn G. Gilmore Julian

Hoyle C. Griffin Monroe

Claude T. Hall Roxboro

0. J. Holler Union Mills

J. Muse McCotter New Bern

Ethel Parker Gatesville

Charles F. Phillips Thomasville

J. H. Poole West End

A. B. Slagle Franklin

J. E. Winslow Greenville

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STATE BOARD OF ALCOHOLIC CONTROL

1937, c. 49, ss. 2, 3; c. 411; 1939, c. 185, s. 5; 1941, c.
107, s. 5; G. S. 18-37; G. S. 18-38

Composition : Three members appointed by the Governor.

Robert W. Winston, Chairman Raleigh

Sam Etheridge Washington

S. C. Brawley Durham

Roy L. Davis, Secretary Manteo

STATE DEPARTMENT OF ARCHIVES AND HISTORY

Rev. s. 4539; 1903, c. 767, s. 2; 1907, c. 714 s. 1; 1941, c. 306;
1943, c. 237; 1945, c. 55; C. S. 6141; G. S. 121-1

Composition : Seven members appointed by the Governor.

Benjamin Franklin Brown, Chairman Raleigh

Gertrude Sprague Carraway New Bern

James Allen Dunn Salisbury

William Thomas Laprade Durham

McDaniel Lewis Greensboro

Mrs. Sadie Smathers Patten Hendersonville

Mrs. Callie Pridgen Williams Stedman

Dr. C. C. Crittenden, Director Raleigh

NORTH CAROLINA STATE ART SOCIETY

1929, c. 314; 1943, c. 752; G. S. 140-1

Composition: Sixteen members. Four members Ex-officio; four
members appointed by the Governor; eight members elected by
the Art Society.

Ex-officio :

W. Kerr Scott, Governor Raleigh

Harry McMullan, Attorney-General Raleigh

Clyde A. Erwin, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Raleigh
Mrs. R. N. Simms, Sr., Chairman of the Art Depart-
ment, State Federation of Women's Clubs Raleigh



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Appointed:

Robert Lee Humber , Greenville

Mrs. Louis Sutton Raleigh

Dr. Sylvester Green Chapel Hill

Mrs. Charles M. Griffin Wilson

Elected :

Mrs. Henry M. London Fayetteville

Dr. Clarence Poe Raleigh

Edwin Gill Greensboro

Mrs. Matthew Nowicki Raleigh

Mayne Albright Raleigh

Albert L. Haskins Raleigh

Mrs. William Hatch Raleigh

Mrs. Isabelle Bowen Henderson Raleigh

Lucy Cherry Crisp, Executive Secretary Raleigh

STATE BOARD OF ASSESSMENT
1939, c. 310, s. 200; 1941, c. 327, s. 6; 1947 c. 184; G. S. 105-273

Composition : Five members, all Ex-officio under the Act

Eugene G. Shaw, Commissioner of Revenue, Chairman . . Raleigh
Stanley Winborne, Chairman Public Utilities Commission Raleigh

Harry McMullan, Attorney General Raleigh

Brandon P. Hodges, Director of Local Government Raleigh

James S. Currie, Director Department of Tax Research . . Raleigh
J. C. Bethune, Secretary Raleigh

STATE BANKING COMMISSION

1931, c. 243, s. 1; 1935, c. 266; 1939, c. 91, s. 1; 1949, c. 372;

G. S. 53-92

Composition : Nine members. Two Ex-officio, seven appointed
by the Governor.

Brandon P. Hodges, Chairman, Ex-officio Raleigh

Harry McMullan, Ex-officio Raleigh

B. Bascom Blackwelder, Secretary Hickory

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R. P. Holding Smithfield

Garland Johnson Elkin

B. B. Massagee Hendersonville

James R. McKenzie Lauiinburg

Reade R. Picklei- Albemarle

STATE COMMISSION FOR THE BLIND

1935, c. 53, s. 1; 1937, c. 285; G. S. 111-1; 111-3

Composition : Eleven members. Fixe Ex-officio, six appointed
by the Governor.

Judge Sam M. Cathey, Chairman Asheville

Dr. Howard E. Jensen Durham

V. J. Ashbaugh Durham

Thomas S. Payne Washington

Judge Ernest R. Alexander Kannapolis

Sam Alford Henderson

Ex-officio Members:

Dr. J. W. R. Norton Raleigh

Ernest C. McCracken Raleigh

Col. Charles H. Warren Raleigh

E. N. Peeler Raleigh

Dr. Ellen B. Winston Raleigh

H. A. Wood, Executive Secretary Raleigh

N. C. BOARD OF BOILER RULES

1935, c. 326; G. S. 95-54

Composition : Five members. One Ex-officio, four appointed by
the Governor.

Forrest H. Shuford, Chairman, Ex-officio Raleigh

William E. Shuping, Jr Greensboro

W. W. Lloyd Greensboro

R. Gordon Thomas Raleigh

Wm. H. Ruffin Durham



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BUILDING CODE COUNCIL
1933, c. 392, s. 4; 1941, c. 280, s. 2; G. S. 143-139

Composition : Five members appointed by the Governor,

Albert L. Haskins, Jr., Chairman Raleigh

Bernard Crocker, Jr., Secretary Raleigh

W. Price Hand Belmont

George Robb High Point

L. H. Rouse Wilmington

BOARD OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS
1941, c. 224, s. 2; G. S. 129-2

Composition : Five members, all Ex-officio under above Act.

W. Kerr Scott, Governor Raleigh

Thad Eure, Secretary of State Raleigh

Brandon P. Hodges, Treasurer Raleigh

Harry McMullan, Attorney General Raleigh

D. S. Coltrane, Asst. Director Budget Raleigh

BOARD OF CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

1925, c. 122, s. 6; 1927, c. 57; 1941, c. 45; 1945, c. 638;
G. S. 113-4; 113-5

Composition: Fifteen members appointed by the Governor.

W. Kerr Scott, Governor, Honorary Chairman Raleigh

Miles J. Smith, Chairman Salisbury

Walter J. Damtoft, Vice Chairman Canton

Chas. S. Allen Durham

Oscar P. Breece Fayetteville

Aubrey L. Cavenaugh Warsaw

Staley A. Cook Burlington

Ferd Davis Zebulon

C. Sylvester Green Chapel Hill

Fred P. Latham Belhaven

Mrs. Roland McClamroch Chapel Hill

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W. Locke Robinson Mais Hill

Eric W. Rodgeis Scotland Neck

W. B. Austin Jefferson

George R. Ross, Director Raleigh

(One vacancy).

NORTH CAROLINA BOARD OF CORRECTION
AND TRAINING

1943, c. 776, s. 1; 1945, c. 847; 1947, c. 226; G. S. 134-90*

Composition: Ten members. One Ex-officio, nine appointed by
the Governor.

C. A. Dillon, Chairman Raleigh

Dr. W. A. Stanbury, Vice-Chairman Gastonia

W. N. Harrell Wilson

A. L. Burney Raleigh

Dr. C. F. Strosnider Goldsboro

Mrs. H. G. Etheridge Asheville

Joseph W. Nordan Raleigh

Pearl Thompson Salisbury

Jesse C. Fisher Concord

Dr. Ellen Winston, (Ex-officio) Raleigh

S. E. Leonard, Commissioner Raleigh

*(This Board has the management of the Stonewall Jackson
Training School, Eastern Carolina Training School, State Home
and Industrial School, Morrison Training School and State Train-



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