GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF NORTH CAROLINA
AN ACT TO CHANGE THE AUDITS OF ABC PROFITS IN THE TOWN OF ANGIER FROM QUARTERLY TO ANNUALLY.
The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts:
Section 1. Section 6 of Chapter 626 of the 1969 Session Laws, as amended by Chapter 144 of the 1971 Session Laws reads as rewritten:
"Sec. 6. The
net profits, as determined by quarterly
audit, local board shall have performed an annual audit and the net
profits shall be distributed quarterly and used as follows:
(1) Ten percent (10%) of the net profit shall be paid to the Angier Community Library.
(2) Ten percent (10%) of the net profit may be used by the town Alcoholic Control Board, in its discretion, for educational programs as to the effect of the use of alcoholic beverages and for the rehabilitation of alcoholics. Whenever a person becomes an inebriate from the use of alcoholic beverages and has been committed by the Clerk of Court of Harnett County, as provided in G.S. 35-2, and such person is indigent so that expenses of his care and cure shall constitute a valid charge against the county, as provided in G.S. 35-2, the town Alcoholic Control Board shall pay to the county such charges; provided, that the town Alcoholic Control Board shall not be required to pay any such charges except where it has agreed with the Clerk of Superior Court to pay such charges prior to the person's commitment. The town Alcoholic Control Board is authorized to participate in and to make contributions to public and private organizations which have rehabilitation programs for alcoholics, when the organization and its programs have been approved by the board. Nothing herein shall be construed as limiting the Alcoholic Control Board's discretion in establishing its educational and rehabilitation program and expenditures therefor within the ten percent (10%) net profits herein allocated.
(3) The remainder of the net profits shall be allocated to the general fund of the town of Angier. The governing body of the town is hereby authorized to appropriate such funds for any proper governmental purpose. Out of the funds allocated to it, the governing body of the town is authorized, at its discretion, to expend up to twenty-five percent (25%) of such funds for recreational programs in the town."
Sec. 2. This act is effective upon ratification.
In the General Assembly read three times and ratified this the 7th day of May, 1991.
James C. Gardner
President of the Senate
Daniel Blue, Jr.
Speaker of the House of Representatives