The Laws of Texas, 1926 [Volume 24] Page: 54 of 1,784
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22 SPECIAL LAWS.
and should any section or provision of this Act be by the courts
declared invalid or unconstitutional, such decision shall not impair
any of the remaining sections or provisions of this Act.
SEC. 12. The fact that much of the territory included within
the independent school district herein and hereby created is
now without adequate school facilities, or funds to provide for
same, and the fact that there has recently been developed large
and productive oil fields contiguous to and in the vicinity of the
City of Dayton, where the principal schools will be located within
the district hereby created, thereby greatly increasing the
scholastic population and thereby necessitating more funds and
facilities, and the fact the the adding of new and more territory
to the said district as herein provided will greatly aid the present
necessity and efficiency of the public schools of said district,
creates an emergency and an imperative public necessity that
the constitutional rule requiring bills to be read on three several
days be suspended, and the same is hereby suspended, and this
Act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage,
and it is so enacted.
[NOTE.-The enrolled bill shows that the foregoing Act passed
the House, 103 yeas, 0 nays; passed the Senate, 29 yeas, 0 nays.]
Approved October 5, 1926.
Effective October 5, 1926.
ENLARGING THE HULL INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
OF LIBERTY COUNTY.
H. B. No. 312.] CHAPTER 8.
An Act adding to and making a part of the Hull Independent School
District of Liberty County, Texas, certain lands and territory adjoining
thereto and situated in said county; changing the corporate
name to Hull-Daisetta Independent School District; providing that
trustees of the present district continue in office until the expiration
of their respective terms, and their successors are elected as provided by
law; providing that all bonds or other evidence of indebtedness heretofore
issued by said district shall be in full force and effect and providing
for assuming indebtedness of territory hereby annexed, and
providing that all taxes that may hereafter be levied in accordance
with law shall be binding on said independent school district; providing
a method whereby the trustees may hereafter enlarge the
district; conferring on the board of trustees the rights, powers and
privileges and imposing the duties as provided by General Law; providing
that if any part of this Act shall be held void, the remaining
part shall be in full force and effect; anddeclaring an emergency.
BP it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Texas:
SECTION. 1. That the Hull Independent School District in Liberty
County, Texas, hertofore created and established by spec.
ial Act of the Legislature of the State of Texas at its Thirty-seventh
Regular Session, being Chapter 74 of said Acts, shall be in-
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