The Laws of Texas, 1927 [Volume 25] Page: 62 of 1,111
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46 GENERAL AND SPECIAL LAWS.
until the next general election when his successor shall have been
elected and qualified as provided by law.
SEC. 4. Immediately after this Act shall have gone into effect,
it shall be the duty of the Governor of this State to appoint
a person qualified by law to act as judge of said 104th Judicial
District of Texas, and to appoint a person qualified by law to
act as district attorney of the 39th Judicial District of Texas,
which said appointees may hold their said respective offices until
the next general election in this State, their successors to be
elected as now provided by law.
SEC. 5. It shall be the duty of the Commissioners' Court of
Taylor County to provide in the county courthouse of said county,
suitable quarters for holding the terms of court of said 104th
Judicial District of Texas, in Taylor County, as well as suitable
quarters for the officers of said court.
SEC. 6. All process and writs issued out of, and bonds and
recognizances made and entered into, and all grand and petit
juries drawn before this Act takes effect, shall be valid for and
returnable to the next succeeding term of the district court in
and for the several counties as herein fixed, as though issued
and served for such terms, and returnable to and drawn for the
same, and all such process, writs, bonds and recognizances taken
before or issued in the various counties affected by this Act, shall
be as valid as though no change had been made in the various
districts or in the time of holding the terms of court therein.
SEC. 7. The District Clerk of Taylor County shall act as
clerk of the newly created 104th Judicial District of Texas, in
Taylor County, as well as the 42nd Judicial District of Texas,
and in filing civil suits, said clerk shall file same alternately in
said two district courts and in numbering all suits in each of
said courts, said clerk shall place after all numbers of all suits
which are filed after this Act takes effect; the letters A or B, so
as to distinguish causes pending in said two courts, placing after
the number of all suits filed in said 42nd District Court the
capital letter A, and placing after the number of all suits filed in
said 104th District Court the capital letter B.
SEC. 8. The Forty-second Judicial District of Texas and the
104th Judicial District of Texas, and the courts of said Judicial
Districts in and for Taylor County, shall have concurrent
civil and crmiinal jurisdiction with each other an said county
in all matters over which jurisdiction is given or shall
be hereafter given by the Consitution and laws of this
State to district courts. Either of the judges of said district
courts for Taylor County may in their discretion, in term time
or in vacation transfer any case or cases, civil or criminal, to
said other district court by order entered on the minutes of his
court from which said case is transferred or minutes or orders
made in chambers as the case may be, which orders, when made,
shall be copied and certified to by the district clerk of Taylor
County together with all orders made in said case and such cer-
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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/m1/62/: accessed April 25, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .