The Laws of Texas, 1926 [Volume 24] Page: 96 of 1,784
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64 SPECIAL LAWS.
thence continuing east on section line eight miles to S. E. corner
of section 36, block AK to the place of beginning.
SEC. 2. The said Carlisle Consolidated Independent School
District is hereby incorporated and made a body politic in law
for public school purposes only, and all the powers, duties and
privileges of said district not herein specified, shall be governed
by the General Laws of the State of Texas, pertaining to independent
school districts, incorporated and organized under
the General Laws of Texas.
SEC. 3. The management and control of the public free
schools in and for said Carlisle Consolidated Independent School
District is hereby vested in the present board of trustees of the
Carlisle Independent School District, and in their successors,
who shall be elected from the whole of the consolidated district
by the resident qualified voters therein in said consolidated district
in manner as provided by the laws of the State of Texas,
governing the independent school districts. The term of office
of the trustees of the Lindsey Independent School District shall
terminate upon the taking effect of this Act, and said Lindsey
Independent School District shall cease to exist as a district from
the date of taking effect of this Act.
SEC. 4. There are bond issues on the said Carlisle Independent
School District and on the Lindsey County Line Independent
School District, and therefore the Carlisle Consolidated
Independent School District shall and does assume, and will pay
the bonded indebtedness of both of the aforesaid independent
SEC. 5. The fact that the educational facilities provided in
Carlisle Consolidated Independent School District are insufficient
for want of adequate equipment and the fact that the
funds now provided are insufficient to adequately maintain
the schools within said district, create an emergency and imperative
public necessity demanding the suspension of the constitutional
rule requiring bills to be read on three several days
in each House, and said rule is hereby suspended; and also
creates an emergency requiring that this Act shall take effect
and be in full force from and after its passage, and it is so
[NOTE-The enrolled bill shows the foregoing Act passed the
House, 108 yeas, 0 nays; passed the Senate, 28 yeas, 0 nays.]
Approved October 13, 1926.
Effective October 13, 1926.
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