North Carolina General Assembly
NC General Statutes
Chapter 100 - Monuments, Memorials and Parks.
The Statutes on the North Carolina General Assembly website reflect changes made in the
legislative session, through 7/30/2016.
Approval and Protection of Monuments, Memorials, Works of Art, etc.
§ 100-1. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 476, s. 48.
§ 100-2. Approval of memorials before acceptance by State; "work of art" defined.
§ 100-2.1. Protection of monuments, memorials, and works of art.
§ 100-3. Approval of design, etc., of certain bridges and other structures.
§ 100-4. Governor to accept works of art approved by North Carolina Historical Commission.
§ 100-5. Duties as to buildings erected or remodeled by State.
§ 100-6. Disqualification to vote on work of art, etc.; vacancy.
§ 100-7. Construction.
§ 100-8. Memorials to persons within 25 years of death; acceptance of commemorative funds for useful work.
Memorials Financed by Counties and Cities.
§ 100-9. County commissioners may protect monuments.
§ 100-10. Counties, cities, and towns may contribute toward erection of memorials.
Mount Mitchell Park.
§ 100-11. Duties.
§ 100-12. Roads, trails, and fences authorized; protection of property.
§ 100-13. Fees for use of improvements; fees for other privileges; leases; rules.
§ 100-14. Use of fees and other collections.
§ 100-15. Annual reports.
Toll Roads or Bridges in Public Parks.
§ 100-16. Private operation of toll roads or bridges in public parks prohibited.
Flagpoles and Display of Flags in State Parks.
§ 100-17. Flagpole to be erected in each State park.
§ 100-18. Display of flags.
§ 100-19. Donation of flagpoles.