The Laws of Texas, 1926 [Volume 24] Page: 53 of 1,784
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SPECIAL LAWS. 21
of the Dayton Independent School District herein and hereby
created may, without the necessity of a petition therefor, order
an election for said district as hereby created by this Act, at
which the qualified tax-paying voters residing in said Dayton
Independent School District as created by this Act, shall decide
the following propositions
(1). Whether such entire district as a whole as herein and
hereby created shall assume all bonds heretofore voted and issued
by the Dayton Independent School District, and any other
school district included within the district herein and hereby
created, and all property within said district as created by this
Act, shall be subject to all taxes to provide for interest and
sinking fund upon all such outstanding bonds previously voted
and issued by such district or districts.
Voters at such election who favor this proposition shall have
written or printed upon their ballots, "For assuming all bonds
and extending all bond taxes to entire district as a whole"; those
opposing same shall have written or printed upon their ballots,
"Against assuming all bonds and extending all bond taxes to
entire district as a whole."
(2). Whether all property within the Dayton Independent
School District as created by this Act, shall be subject to all
special school taxes heretofore voted and levied by the Dayton
Independent School District.
Those favoring such proposition shall have written or printed
upon their ballots, "For extending all special school taxes over
the entire district as a whole;" those opposed to such proposition
shall have written or printed upon their ballots, "Against
extending all special school taxes over the entire district as a
SEC. 10. Notices of such elections specifying all propositions
to be submitted and the forms of ballots to be used, specifying
the time and place or places for holding such elections and containing
such other matter usual to notices of school elections,
shall be given by the president or secretary of the board of
trustees of the Dayton Independent School District herein and
hereby created, by posting three copies thereof in three public
places in said district, such notices to be posted not less than
three weeks prior to the date of such election. Such election
shall be held and returns made as in the case of other independent
school districts elections, the results being determined by
the board of trustees as in the case of other independent school
district elections, and such order as may be usual and necessary
under the General Laws of this State in regards to such elections
shall be entered for the purpose of carrying into effect the results
of such election.
SEC. 11. This law shall be cumulative of all other General
Laws of this State on the subject of independent school districts,
not in conflict herewith, and where not otherwise provided
herein, such General Laws shall apply; but in case of conflict
with such General Laws, the provisions of this Act shall govern;
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Gammel, Hans Peter Mareus Neilsen. The Laws of Texas, 1926 [Volume 24], book, 1926; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth16124/m1/53/: accessed May 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .