The Laws of Texas, 1925 [Volume 23] Page: 99 of 822
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SPECIAL LAWS. 87
CREATING AND INCORPORATING THE WELLS INDEPENDENT
SCHOOL DISTRICT IN LYNN COUNTY.
H. B. No. 51.] CHAPTER 35.
An Act creating and incorporating the Wells Independent School District
in Lynn County, Texas, out of territory now composing the Wells
Common School District No. 25 in Lynn County, Texas; defining the
boundaries thereof; providing for a board of trustees therefor and
thereof, and defining their powers aind authority; authorizing such
board of trustees to levy, assess and collect taxes for maintenance and
building purposes and to issue bonds therefor; providing for an
assessor and collector of taxes and a board of equalization for said
district; providing for the validation of all outstanding obligations and
indebtedness of the said Wells Common School District No. 25 and
the assumption of all such obligations and indebtedness by the Wells
Independent School District; validating and continuing in force all
taxes and bonds that are now in force in said district; providing that
the title to all property in said district be divested out of the Wells
Common School District No. 25 and vested in Wells Independent
School District as created by this Act; providing for the election and
terms of office of the trustees of said district and filling vacancies on
said board; providing for a seal for said district; providing that said
trustees shall be governed by the General Laws of Texas in all matters
where this Act is silent; repealing all laws and parts of laws in
conflict herewith; providing that invalidation by the courts of any
portion of this Act shall not invalidate any remaining portions, and
declaring an emergency.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Texas:
SECTION 1. An independent school district to be known as
Wells Independent School District, situated in Lynn County,
Texas, is hereby created as an incorporation for free school purposes,
out of territory now comprising the Wells Common
School District No. 25 in Lynn County, Texas, as heretofore
established and created by the county board of school trustees
of Lynn County, Texas, which is described by metes and bounds
as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at the N. E. cor. of Sec. No. 50, Cert. 26, E. L.
Thence west on and with section lines 6 miles to the N. W.
cor. of Sur. 55, Cert. 29, E. L.
Thence south on and with sections lines about 71 miles to the
south line of Lynn County, Texas;
Thence east on and with county line 4 miles to a point in the
E. B. line of Survey No. 3, Cert. 12, E. L.
Thence north 34 miles on and with section lines to the N. E.
cor. of Survey 24, Cert. 24, E. L.
Thence tast 1 mile on and with section lines to the S. E. cor.
of Sur. 30, Cert. 66, E. L.
Thence north on and with section lines 2 miles to the N. E.
corner of Survey 39, Cert. 71, E. L.
Thence east 1 mile on and with section lines to the S. E. cor.
ner of Section 43, Cert. 73, E. L.
Thence north 2 miles on and with section lines to the N. E.
corner of Survey 50, Cert. 26, E. L.
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