The Laws of Texas, 1923-1925 [Volume 22] Page: 65 of 1,648
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SPECIAL LAWS. 55
tax assessor a nd collected by the county collector, the same shall lbe
asesssed and collected by such county officcrs, and turned over to tthe
treasurer of said distiiet for which suclh laxes shall have been collected;
provided tlhat the property of said district, when assessed by
the county tax assessor, shall not be asse-sed at a greater valuation
than that assessed for county and State purposes; provided, further
1lha1 when tle assessor a cou asssor cnty collector are required to,
assess and collect the taxes of said district, they shall re-pectively
receive onle tpe'r centlum for assesshilo and collecting same.
SEC. 12. Property valuations in said independent school district
shall be the same fixed by the board of trustees thereof, and the said
board of trustees is hereby '-iven all power and authority now conferred
by law upl)o commlisiololes' conrls Al hen sitting as l)cardls ,f
e(ilalization dxini: property values 11n said distic-t.
SEC. 13. It is hereby expressly provided that Sligo Independent
School District as created by thlu Act shall assume and disch;large
alv andl all bonds and indebtedness conslituiling valid ;ad bindinglli
oblulations (of the common s( cool distiict. or any part of any cot;anon
school district, included within the bounds of said SliTo, Independent
Siec. 14. All , , ere e otd taxes, uaf ain, heetfe ote by tle lie oes
of alny comn() ion school district which included all o. a part of the
lands in-luded i itthli the boundaries of the nmdependelt school diQtrict
as created by this Act, and lnow 1i force ill alny such common
school district, are hereby validated atl(d continued ill foi(e in the
Independent school disti i(t here created until such1 tile as ci majority
of the (qualified property tax pavino. voters of said Ilmnepetdent
school district shall see proper to increase, (diinish or abolisll thle
same, under the generall Laws of this State.
SEc 15 TlIe title to a\yi and all p)rol)erty now vested in any comlmon
school district comlprsing tle territoimy included withiin Ilfe
boundaries of the independent school district ceieaedl by
this Act. of
whatever nature, and lwhlerever situated, shall hereafter and on tle
passae of this Act pass and vest ill the trustees of -aidl independent
SEC. 1. Alny vacancy occurl inc' in thle board of tlrullees shall be
filled by the relmainingl members of the board by appointment for
the unexpired term of a person qualified under this Act to hold
Srrc. 17. The board of trustees shall provide a suitable seal lo be
used in the authentication of all bonds, warrants. contracts and other
documents executed by authority of said board.
SEc. 18. In all matters not provided for in this Act, the said
board of trustees of said district, and all other officers thereofe , shall
be governed by the CGeneral Laws of the State of Texas app)licable
to illdependent school districts.
S1c 19. All laws and parts of laws in conflict with any of tile
provisions of this Act. insofarl :s this Act is concerned, are hereby
specifically repealed; and should anvv Section or provision hereof
he by the courts declared unconstitutional or invalid, such decision
shall not iiipair or invalidate -any m'elaiinml' sections or provisions.
of this Act.
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