The Laws of Texas, 1923-1925 [Volume 22] Page: 55 of 1,648
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SPECIAL LAWS. 45
damages incident thereto, and in the payment for such property and
damages incident to the condemnation of the same.
SEC. 13. The Paris Independent School District shall have the
right to borrow money on terms not to exceed two years., without
the issuance of bonds for the purpose of maintaining and continuing
the schools of said district, whenever there shall exist a deficiency
in the school funds apportioned to said district, for the purpose of
paying superintendents, principals, and teachers of the schools of
said district, and to pay such indebtedness so created out of the
school funds apportioned to said district when available for such
SEC. 14. The existing bonded indebtedness against the city of
Paris for school purposes, when assumed by the Paris Independent
School District, as herein provided, are hereby validated and made
a valid and binding obligation upon and against the Paris Independent
School District as herein provided and established; provided
that the Paris Independent School District, as established by this
Act, shall not assume any of such bonded indebtedneQs except only
after an election, shall have been held for that purpose wherein a
majority of the property tax paying voters of said Paris Independent
School District in said election shall have voted in favor of such
assumption, such election to be called and held as elections for
bonds for independent school districts are held under the laws of this
State. and at such election every person favoring the assumption of
such indebtedness shall have written or printed on his ballot' "For
tle assumption by the Independent School District of Paris, Texas,
all bonded indebtedness against the City of Paris for school purposes"
and those property tax paying voters opposing the assuniption
of such indebtedness shall have printed or written on their
ballots: "Against the assumption by Paris Independent School District
of Paris, Texas, of the bonded indebtedness for school purposes
against the City of Paris," and if a majority of the votes
cast at said election 'shall be in favor of the assumption of such indebtedness,
the board of trustees of said Paris Tndenpendent School
District may then have the authority to issue refunding bonds for
such indebtedness, and which refunding bonds, and their
issuance and registration and approval shall be covered by the
General Laws of this State, except wherein the same conflict with
this Act. And in the event the Paris Independent School District
shall desire to assume a portion only of the bonded school indebtedness
of the City of Paris, then such portion of such bonded indebtedness
may be assumed in like manner as herein provided for in this
section of this Act, for the assumption of the whole of the bonded
school indebtedness of the City of Paris.
SEC. 15. All laws and parts of laws in conflict with any of the
provisions of this Act are herebv repealed, and in case any part, portion,
section, or provision of this Act is declared unconstitutional,
or invalid, such decision or provision shall not impair or affect other
parts, portions or provisions of this Act.
SEC. 16. The fact that the Paris Independent School District as
now constituted is without adequate taxing powers and there is no
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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/m1/55/: accessed May 27, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .