The Laws of Texas, 1925 [Volume 23] Page: 78 of 822
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66 SPECIAL LAWS.
[NOTE.-The enrolled bill shows that the foregoing Act passed
the House, 112 yeas, 1 nay; passed the Senate, 29 yeas, 0 nays.]
Approved February 24, 1925.
Effective February 24, 1925.
VALIDATING COMMON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 3 OF
H. B. No. 152.] CHAPTER 28.
An Act validating Common School District No. 3 of Hudspeth County
and validating a maintenance tax election heretofore held by said district;
defining the powers of the county board of school trustees of
Hudspeth County of said district; and declaring an emergency.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Texas:
SECTION 1. Common School District No. 3 of Hudspeth County
as defined by an order of the commissioners' court of Hudspeth
county of date February 11, 1918, which order is of record in
minutes of the commissioners' court of Hudspeth County, Volume
I, Pages 23 and 24 is in all respects validated as of that date.
SEC. 2. The maintenance tax of twenty-five cents on the hundred
dollar valuation voted in and by this district on May 28,
1921, together with the election in regard thereto held on May
28, 1921, and all proceedings relative thereto and all orders of
the commissioners' court of Hudspeth County, Texas, relative to
the maintenance tax and the maintenance tax election aforementioned
and all tax levies ordered by said court in respect
thereto are in all things validated.
SEC. 3. The county board of school trustees of Hudspeth
County shall have the same powers with respect to the boundaries
of this district as if the same had been validly created
under the General Laws of this State. The fact that a question
as to the validity of this district has seriously hampered the
school authorities in the proper administration of their duties
and the proper conduct of the schools of the district, creates an
imperative public necessity and an emergency exists requiring
the suspension of the constitutional rule requiring bills to be
read on three several days, and said constitutional rule is hereby
suspended, and this Act shall take effect and be in force from and
after its passage, and it is so enacted.
[NoTE.-The enrolled bill shows that the foregoing Act passed
the House, 112 yeas, 0 nays; passed the Senate, 26 yeas, 0 nays.]
[The foregoing Act was presented to the Governor of Texas
for her approval on the 10th day of February, A. D. 1925, but
was not signed by her nor returned to the House in which it
originated, with her objections thereto, within the time prescribed
by the Constitution, and thereupon became a law without
Effective February 10, 1925.
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