The Laws of Texas, 1923-1925 [Volume 22] Page: 50 of 1,648
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40 SPECIAL LAWS.
for the foreclosure of the lien, in the form of a suit for debt and
foreclosure according to the statutory form and rules of procedure
in such cases, obtaining service on the defendant or defendants in
such suit in the same manner as now provided by General Law.
Such suits shall be instituted and prosecuted in the name of the
Webster Independent School District as plaintiff.
SEC. 9. The board of trustees of the Webster Independent School
District are hereby vested with the authority to elect and contract
with a superintendant, principals, teacher and other employees for
such term as said board may deem proper; provided that such term
ot election or contract does not exceed two years, and further provided
that such election and contract are conditioned upon the good
behavior, competency, and efficiency in performance of all duties
assigned to said superintendent, principal, teacher and other employees
and that the said board of trustees upon due investigation and
proof of unbecoming conduct, neglect of duty, inefficiency or incompeteney
of any employee shall have the lawful authority to caneel
the contract and discharge such employee.
SEC. 10. A record of the minutes of the proceedings of the board
shall be kept and recorded in a well bound book in proper form
which shall be open to the inspection of the public.
SEC. 11. The president and secretary, when acting in their official
capacity as 'herein provided are hereby authorized to administer
oaths or affirmations, and may use a, seal selected by the board, in attestation
SEC. 12. VWhereas, at duly held elections in Common School Districts
No. 19 of Harris County, Texas, which said district is hereby
incorporated as part of Webster Independent School District,
said Common School District No. 19, issued bonds and voted a bond
tax to create ai sinking fund and pay interest on the bonded indebtedness
of said districts, and at a duly held election voted a mainte
nance tax of 50 cents, on the 100 valuation; therefore said bonds and
maintenance tax of 50 cents are hereby in all things ratified, confirmed
and validated, and the board of trustees of the Webster Indenenden
School District is hereby authorized to levy annually and
collect the said tax as voted by the Common School District No. 19,
also Common School D-strict No. 13, at duly held elections, voted a
maintenance tax of 50 cents on the 100 dollars valuation; said maihtenance
tax of 50 cents is hereby in all things ratified, confirmed and
validated, and the board of trustees of the Webster Independent
School District is hereby authorized to levy annually and collect the
said tax as voted by the Common School District No. 13.
SEC. 13. All moneys due from any source, to said Common School
Districts Nos 19 and 13, are hereby vested in said Webster Independent
School District, and all custodians shall be governed accordingly,
and said Webster Independent School District shall succeed to all
rights, titles, claims and interest of every character of said Common
School Districts Nos. 19 and 13, and shall be liable for all debts and
claims now existing against common school district Nos. 19 and 13.
SEC. 14. It is expressly provided that the high school shall be
permanently located at Webster, and that primary and grammar
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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/m1/50/: accessed March 29, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .