The Laws of Texas, 1923-1925 [Volume 22] Page: 22 of 1,648
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12 SPECIAL LAWS.
cumulative of all laws relating to public schools now existing or that
may hereafter be enacted in this State.
SEC. 25. The fact that there exists urgent need for the divorcement
of municipal and school affairs, and the further fact that the
Kerrville Independent. School District, created under the Genearl
Laws of this State, is now, and has been for many years, educating
the scholastics by transfer, from the territory within the above limits,
at a great financial loss to the tax payers of said district; and the further
fact that the erection of new school buildings and the general
improvement of the school conditions in said district as here created,
creates an imperative public necessity that the constitutional rule
requiring bills to be read on three several days in each House, be
suspended, and said rule is hereby suspended, and this Act shall take
effect and be in full force from and after its passage, and it is so
[NoTE.-The enrolled bill shows that the foregoing Act passed the
Senate, 25 yeas, nays 0; and passed the House of Representatives, 114
yeas, nays 2.]
Approved January 22, 1923.
Effective January 22, 1923.
CREATING WEIMAR INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT INCOLORADO
S. B. No. 126.1 CHAPTER 2,
An Act creating the Weimar Independent School District, in Colorado
County, Texas, defining its boundaries, providing for the election of
a board of trustees to manage and control the public free schools
within said district, naming the fiscal year as to taxes, prescribing the
method of changing the boundaries of said district, providing that
should any section or sections of this Act be by the courts declared
unconstitutional, the validity of the remainder of this Act shall not
be thereby affected, providing that the maintenance school tax now
being levied, assessed, and collected in Common School District No. 14,
by this Act created into Weimar Independent School District, shall
not be abrogated by the passage of this Act, providing that property
in territory that may be added to said independent school district by
the method provided in this Act, shall be liable for its pro rata part
of all local maintenance taxes being assessed, levied, and collected in
said independent school district at the time said territory is added
thereto, investing said district with all the powers, rights, and duties
of independent school districts formed for free school purposes only,
and declaring an emergency.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Texas:
SECTION 1. That an independent school district including within
its boundaries the city of Weimar, Colorado County, Texas, and
other lands and territory adjacent thereto, which prior to the passage
of this Act was known as Common School District No. 14, is
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