The Laws of Texas, 1926 [Volume 24] Page: 60 of 1,784
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28 SPECIAL LAWS.
School District shall have the power to provide for the means
of transportation of the school children to and from the public
free schools in said district, and to establish routes for that
purpose, and to pay for the same out of the maintenance fund of
said district, which authority shall be used only in the event
that said school board by a majority vote thereof may determine
to use the same.
SEC. 6. The board of trustees for the Silsbee Independent
School District shall have the power to establish and define voting
places, or a voting place, for the holding of school elections
within the limits of the territory embraced within the district
hereby created, for the convenience of the voters residing within
SEC. 7. It is hereby specially provided that no clause or section
of this Act shall be construed so as to interfere with or invalidate
outstanding bonds heretofore voted and issued by the
Silsbee Independent School District, or any other school district
included within and composing the district hereby created, and
said bonds are hereby specially declared to be in all respects
valid and binding obligations.
SEC. 8. The local maintenance taxes heretofore voted by the
qualified voters of the Silsbee Independent School District and
any other school districts included within the independent school
district hereby created, are hereby validated and continued in
force for the district hereby created and established until such
time as a majority of the qualified tax-paying voters of this
district shall see proper to increase, diminish or abolish same as
is required under the General Laws of this State.
SEC. 9. Upon this Act becoming a law, the board of trustees
of the Silsbee Independent School District herein and hereby
created may, without the necessity of a petition therefor, order
an election for said district as hereby and herein created by this
Act, at which the qualified tax-paying voters residing in said
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 Silsbee Independent School District, and any other
school district included within the district herein and hereby
created, and all property within the 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
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 Silsbee Independent
School District as created by this Act, shall be subject to all
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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/m1/60/: accessed June 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .