An act to regulate the relation of master and apprentice, as relates to freedmen, free negroes and m

August 2017
Act to Regulate the Relation of Master & Apprentice, As Relates ;8/1/2017, p1
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Presents the text of a Mississippi act to regulate the relation of master and apprentice as relating to freedmen, free negroes, and mulattoes. Duty of law enforcement officials to report the number of freedmen in their jurisdiction; Right of employer to chastise employees; Right of a master to capture an escaping apprentice; Other statutes.


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