SECTIONS IN ADDITION TO CITY CHARTER
   Sec. 2.  Golf commission and fishing commission abolished and succeeded by the city. - The Asheboro Golf Commission, as created by chapter 240 of the Private Laws of 1935, as amended by chapter 593 of the Session Laws of 1953, is hereby abolished. The Municipal Fishing Commission of the City of Asheboro, as authorized by chapter 246 of the Public-Local Laws of 1941, is hereby abolished. From and after the ratification of this Act, all property, real and personal, including accounts receivable, then belonging to and owned by the Asheboro Golf Commission and belonging to and owned by the Municipal Fishing Commission of the City of Asheboro, shall vest in, belong to, and be the property of the City of Asheboro. The Asheboro Golf Commission and its members, officers, and employees, and the Municipal Fishing Commission of the City of Asheboro and its members, officers, and employees, are hereby authorized, empowered, and directed to perform such acts and to execute such documents, not later than June [thirtieth], 1967, as will carry into effect the provisions and the intent of this section. Henceforth, the property and functions heretofore administered by the Asheboro Golf Commission and the Municipal Fishing Commission of the City of Asheboro shall be administered, performed, and carried out in accordance with the provisions of the Charter of the City of Asheboro, as enacted by section 1 of this Act, in the same manner as other property, functions, and departments of the city.
   Sec. 3.  Purpose of Act. - The purpose of this Act is to revise the Charter of the City of Asheboro and to consolidate herein certain acts concerning the property, affairs, and government of the city. It is intended to continue without interruption those provisions of prior acts which are consolidated into this Act, so that all rights and liabilities that have accrued are preserved and may be enforced.
   Sec. 4.  Acts not affected. - This Act shall not be deemed to repeal, modify, nor in any manner to affect any of the following acts, portions of acts, or amendments thereto, whether or not such acts, portions of acts, or amendments are expressly set forth herein:
   (a)   Any acts concerning the property, affairs, or government of public schools in the City of Asheboro;
   (b)   Any acts validating, confirming, approving, or legalizing official proceedings, actions, contracts, or obligations of any kind.
   Sec. 5  Acts repealed. -
   (a)   The following acts or portions of acts, having served the purposes for which enacted, or having been consolidated into this Act, are hereby repealed:
   c. 76, Private Laws, 1796
   c. 138, Private Laws, 1828-29
   c. 88, Private Laws, 1829-30
   c. 129, Private Laws, 1829-30
   c. 47, Private Laws, 1845
   c. 241, Private Laws, 1849
   c. 262, Private Laws, 1854-55
   c. 160, Private Laws, 1860-61
   c. 130, Private Laws, 1873-74
   c. 43, Private Laws, 1872-73
   c. 79, Private Laws, 1883
   c. 26, Private Laws, 1889
   c. 301, Private Laws, 1893
   c. 352, Private Laws, 1903
   c. 337, Private Laws, 1905
   c. 316, Private Laws, 1907
   c. 288, Private Laws, 1911
   c. 312, Private Laws, 1911
   c. 348, Private Laws, 1911
   c. 14, Private Laws, 1913
   c. 295, Private Laws, 1913
   c. 179, Private Laws, 1923
   c. 48, Private Laws, 1935
   c. 110, Private Laws, 1935
   c. 240, Private Laws, 1935
   c. 362, Public-Local Laws, 1939
   c. 246, Public-Local Laws, 1941
   c. 419, Session Laws, 1945
   c. 476, Session Laws, 1945
   c. 428, Session Laws, 1947
   c. 1221, Session Laws, 1951
   c. 593, Session Laws, 1953
   c. 916, Session Laws, 1955
   c. 839, Session Laws, 1959
   c. 733, Session Laws, 1965.
   (b)   The following Acts, applying to more than one political subdivision, are hereby repealed in their application to the City of Asheboro:
   c. 62, Private Laws, 1933
   c. 358, Public-Local Laws, 1933
   c. 506, Public-Local Laws, 1933.   
   (c)   c. 930, Session Laws, 1947, which will be superseded by full application of the Judicial Department Act of 1965 in the County of Randolph, is hereby repealed effective on the first Monday in December, 1970.
   Sec. 6.  Saving provisions. - No provision of this Act is intended, nor shall be construed, to affect in any way any rights or interests (whether public or private):
   (a)   Now vested or accrued, in whole or in part, the validity of which might be sustained or preserved by reference to any provisions of law repealed by this Act;
   (b)   Derived from, or which might be sustained or preserved in reliance upon, action heretofore taken (including the adoption of ordinances or resolutions) pursuant to or within the scope of any provision of law repealed by this Act.
   Sec. 7.  Acts heretofore repealed are not revived. - No law heretofore repealed expressly or by implication, and no law granting authority which has been exhausted, shall be revived by:
   (a)   The repeal herein of any act repealing such law, or
   (b)   Any provision of this Act that disclaims an intention to repeal or effect enumerated or designated laws.
   Sec. 8.  Effect of act upon city ordinances, etc., and upon actions and proceedings. -
   (a)   All existing ordinances and resolutions of the City of Asheboro, and all existing rules or regulations of departments or agencies of the City of Asheboro, not inconsistent with the provisions of this Act, shall continue in full force and effect until repealed, modified or amended. 
   (b)   No action or proceeding of any nature (whether civil or criminal, judicial or administrative, or otherwise) pending at the effective date of this Act by or against the City of Asheboro or any of its departments or agencies shall be abated or otherwise affected by the adoption of this Act.
   Sec. 9.  Severability. - If any provision of this Act or the application thereof to any person or circumstances is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect other provisions or applications of this Act which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and to this end the provisions of this
Act are declared to be severable.
   Sec. 10.  General repealer. - All laws and clauses of laws in conflict with the provisions of this Act are hereby repealed.
   Sec. 11.  Effective date. - This Act shall be effective upon its ratification. [May 16, 1967.]