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SPECIAL LAWS. 61
Survey No. 311. Thence E. 1344 vrs with the N. line of said D.
Thompson Survey to the place of beginning, and containing the
surveys and parts of surveys towit:
W. E. Pritchard No. 122 640 acres; J. M. Parker No. 110 320
acres; E. T. Rv. Co. No. 119 640 acres; J. H. Parramore No. 110
320 acres; E. T. Ry. Co. No. 115 640 acres; W. C. Perry No. 112
640 acres; E. T. Ry. Co. No. 113 640 acres; Tom Burnum No. 81 491
acres; E. T. Ry. Co. No. 109 640 acres, L. S Goodrun No. 307
850 acres; E. T. Ry. Co. No. 111 640 acres; W. P. Roscoe No. 38
303 acres. E. T. Ry. Co. No. 107 640 acres, AV. P. Roscoe No. 38
640 acres; J. R. Merrel No. 70 640 acres; W. P Roscoe No. 56 640
acres, B. B. B. W. P. Roscoe No. 104
640 acres; B. B. B J. J. Callan No.
38 320 acres; B. B. B. H. E. Baggs
No. 108 640 acres, D. Thompson No 311 320 acres; Josiah Beall
No. 301 1402 acres: F. Owens No. 310 320 acres; G. H. J. E. McCord No. 68 160 acres; G. H. W. L. Bruce No. 68 160 acres; G. H. W. F. Sharp No. 68 320 acres; G. M. Morgan
No. 309 636 acres; Price G. H. R. F. Clark No. 118 640 acres; G. H. R. P. Reeves No. 66 160 acres; G. H. W. P. Webb No. 66 160 acres; . H. W. P. Webb No. 116 640 acres; G. H. G. H. H.
A. Thomson No. 50 320 acres; G. H. G. H. Louis Treichel No. 54 640 acres; G. H. L E. Walker No. 58 640 acres; G. H. G. H. J. W. WAilson No. 106 640 acres; G. H. J. AW. Wilson No. 112 640 acres; G. H. J. AV. Wilson No. 114 640 acres; G. H.
J. D. Davidson No. 110 640 acres;
G. H. Jno. O. Johnson No. 128 576
acres; G. H. Jno. O. Johnson No. 130
640 acres; W. R. Farr No. 160 320 acres; J. D. Davidson No. 128
640 acres; W. R. Farr No. 50 320 acres; W. T. Laughlin No. 114
400 acres; F. Beck No. 116 640 acres; G. H. F. Beck No. 126 320 acres; B. B. B. A. C. Kelsey No. 114
240 acres; Total: 3972 acres or 62 13/160 sq. mi.
SEC. 2. The management and control of the public free schools
of said Talpa Independent School District is hereby vested in a
board of trustees that shall be composed of seven persons who are
resident citizens and qualified voters within said district. The
trustees of the Talpa Independent School District as same as heretofore
been organized under the General Laws of this State, are
hereby continued in office until the expiration of their respective
terms, and their successors shall be elected as is provided by Gen-
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