The Laws of Texas, 1923-1925 [Volume 22] Page: 20 of 1,648
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10 SPECIAL LAWS.
faithfully kept and recorded in a well bound book, and shall be open
to the inspection of the public.
SEC. 13. The board of trustees shall have power to provide for
the means of transportation of the school children to and from the
schools in said district and to establish routes for the purpose, and
to pay the expenses of same out of the general maintenance fund
of said Kerrville Independent School District.
SEC. 14. The board of trustees of the Kerrville Independent
School District shall be authorized to appoint a board of equalization,
consisting of three members who shall not be members of the
board of trustees, and shall fix the time of meeting of said board.
Said board of equalization shall be authorized to equalize and fix
the valuation of all property assessed for said school district, exclusive
of any and all other authority. It is expressly provided that
said board of equalization shall not be governed by the valuations
fixed for State and county or city purposes, but either of such
valuations may be adopted by said board if desirable. Said board
of equalization shall have the same power and authority now conferred
by law upon commissioners' courts when acting as boards of
equalization and shall be governed by the General Laws relating to
such boards of equalization concerning organization, notices and
all other matters not specifically mentioned herein.
SEC. 15. The board of trustees shall adopt a suitable seal with
a suitable device of its selection indicative of the official authority
of said board of trustees to be used in the authentification of all
bonds, warrants, contracts or other documents executed by authority
of said board of trustees, and when so adopted! the same shall thereafter
constitute and be the official seal of the board of trustees of
said independent school district.
SEC. 16. In all matters not provided for in this Act, the said
board of trustees of said district, and all other officers thereof, shall
be governed by the General Laws of the State of Texas applicable
to independent school districts.
SEC. 17. Any member of said board may be removed for misconduct
by a majority of the members of said board of trustees upon
charges duly made in writing and filed with the board of trustees,
after a full, fair and impartial hearing thereon.
SEC. 18. The board of trustees shall annually appoint a suitable
person to take the census of all children within the district entitled
to be enrolled and numbered in the scholastic census for the current
year, to the end that said district shall receive its full proportionate
share of all the available school funds, and to make reports thereof
in prescribed form, as now provided by the General Laws, to the
proper State and county authorities. Said person so appointed to
take the census shall receive as compensation for his services, to be
allowed by said board, a sum not in excess of the amount allowed
by the General Laws for like services.
SEC. 19. The president and secretary when acting in their official
capacity, as herein provided, are hereby authorized to administer
oaths or affirmations, and shall use the seal of the board in
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Gammel, Hans Peter Mareus Neilsen. The Laws of Texas, 1923-1925 [Volume 22], book, 1925; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth15500/m1/20/: accessed July 28, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .