The Laws of Texas, 1923-1925 [Volume 22] Page: 28 of 1,648
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18 SPECIAL LAWS.
trict, and to establish routes for that purpose, and to pay the same
out of the local maintenance fund of said district, which authority
shall be used only in the event said school board by a majority vote
thereof may determine to so use the same.
SEC. 27. The provisions of this Act shall be cumulative of all
general laws now of force or to be hereafter enacted governing independent
school districts, and said general laws shall prevail except
when the same are in conflict with the provisions of this Act.
SEC. 28. Should any section or sections, or part or parts thereof,
of this Aet be bv the courts declared unconstitutional, such unconstitutionality
shall not, affect the remaining sections of this Act, or part
thereof. but the same shall remain valid, binding and legal.
SEC. 29. The condition of the public free schools in said district,
the inadequate facilities with which to provide for same, and the urgent
need of a better school organization, creates an emergency and
an imperative public necessity authorizing the suspension of the constitutioral
rule requiring that bills be read on three several days, and
that this Act 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
Senate, 23 yeas, nays 0; and passed the House of Representatives, 102
yeas, 1 nay.
Approved February 6th. 1923.
Effective February 6th, 1923.
CREATING FLORESVILLE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
IN WILSON COUNTY.
H. B. No. 198.] CHAPTER 3.
An Act creating the Floresville Independent School District of Wilson
County, Texas; defining its boundaries; divesting the city of Floresville
of the control and management of the public free schools and
vesting same in a board of trustees for said district; providing for a
board of trustees in said district; conferring upon said district and its
board of trustees all of the rights, powers, privileges, and duties now
conferred and imposed by the General Laws of Texas upon independent
school districts and the boards of trustees thereof; providing that the
present board of trustees continue in office until the expiration of
their respective terms; divesting the city of Floresville of the title to
any and all school property and vesting the board of trustees with
the title thereto; providing that any territory within the bounds of said
district as created by this Act shall remain chargeable with any and
all outstanding bonded indebtedness heretofore voted by such territory;
providing that said district as herein created may at an election
assume such' outstanding bonded indebtedness, naming the fiscal year
as to taxes; repealing all laws in conflict herewith; and declaring an
Be it exacted by the Legislat'ure of the State of Texas:
SECTION 1. That the Floresville Independent School District is
hereby created and established in Wilson County, Texas, containing
within its limits the following described property to-wit:
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