The Laws of Texas, 1927 [Volume 25] Page: 289 of 1,111
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GENERAL AND SPECIAL LAWS. 273
the County Treasury upon order of the Commissioners' Court.
(Acts 1918 4th C. S., ch. 14, sec. 3.)
Art. 1811-141b. For the purpose of preserving a record of
all hearings had before the County Judge of El Paso County,
Texas; for the information of the court and parties that may be
interested therein, the Judge of the County Court of El Paso
County, Texas, shall appoint an official shorthand reporter for
such court who shall be well skilled in his profession, shall be a
sworn officer of the court, and shall hold office at the pleasure
of the County Judge, and all provisions of the Civil Statutes of
the State of Texas, relating to the appointment of stenographers
for district courts, shall, and it is hereby made and applied in all
its provisions in so far as they are applicable to the official
shorthand reporter herein authorized to be appointed by the
County Judge of El Paso County, Texas, and such shorthand reporter
shall receive a salary of Twelve Hundred ($1,200.00)
dollars annually, to be paid monthly out of the County Treasury
of El Paso County upon orders of the Commissioners' Court.
Art. 1811-143. Compensation of Judge. The Judge of the
County Court at Law of El Paso County, Texas, shall be entitled
to the following compensation for his services as Judge of the
County Court at Law; there shall be taxed and collected by the
El Paso County Court at Law the same fees provided by the law
for County Judges in similar cases, all of which shall be paid by
the clerk monthly into the County Treasury, and the judge of
said court shall receive a salary of Four Thousand and Eight
Hundred ($4,800.00) dollars annually to be paid monthly out of
the County Treasury upon order of the commissioners' court.
(Acts 1917, ch. 93, sec. 11; Acts 1918, 4th C. S., ch. 14. sec. 4.)
Art. 1811-144. Removal of Judge. The Judge of the El Paso
County Court at Law may be removed from office in the same
manner and for the same causes as any other County Judge may
be removed under the laws of this State. (Acts. 1917, ch. 93,
Art. 1811-145. Salary of County Judge. The County Judge
of El Paso County shall hereafter receive from the County
Treasury, in addition to the fees allowed him by law, such a
salary, for the exofficio duties, not exceeding in the aggregate of
fees and salary that which the existing laws provide for. (Id.
Art. 1811-145a. Repeal; partial invalidity of act. All laws
and parts of laws in conflict herewith be, and the same are hereby
repealed, and it is further enacted that if any of the provisions
of this Act shall be held void or in conflict with any provisions
of the Constitution of this State the fact that such provisions
may be held void shall in no wise affect any other provisions
of this Act. (Acts 1918, 4th C. S., ch. 14, sec. 5.)
SEC. 2. The fact that the duties and business of the County
Court, and the Judge thereof, together with his duties as head of
the Commissioners' Court of El Paso County, Texas, are so large
and arduous, together with a necessity of keeping a record of
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Gammel, Hans Peter Mareus Neilsen. The Laws of Texas, 1927 [Volume 25], book, 1927; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth16125/m1/289/?q=spanish: accessed October 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .