The Laws of Texas, 1927 [Volume 25] Page: 63 of 1,111
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GENERAL AND SPECIAL LAWS. 47
tified copies of such orders, together with the original papers,
shall be filed among the papers of any case thus transferred, and
the fees thereof shall be taxed as a part of the costs of said suit,
and the clerk of said court shall docket any such case in the
court to which it shall have been transferred, and when so entered
the court to which same shall have been thus transferred
shall have like jurisdiction therein as in cases originally brought
in said court, and the same shall be dropped from the docket of
the said court from which it was transferred.
SEC. 9. In Taylor County, the District Attorney of the
42nd Judicial District shall represent the State in all criminal
cases, including habeas corpus cases, which are tried by the
judge of said 42nd Judicial District, or by any regular or special
judge presiding for him in said county. Likewise in said county
of Taylor, the district attorney of the 104th Judicial District
shall represent the State in all criminal cases, including habeas
corpus cases, which are tried by the judge of said 104th Judicial
District, or by any regular or special judge presiding for him in
said county. Provided that the district attorney of the 42nd
Judicial District may, upon request of the district attorney of
the 104th District, assist the said district attorney in the trial
of any criminal case or habeas corpus case pending in the district
court of said 104th Judicial District in Taylor County, and
likewise the district attorney of the 104th Judicial District, may
upon request of the district attorney for the 42nd Judicial District
assist said district attorney in the trial of any criminal case,
or habeas corpus case, pending in the district court of said 104th
Judicial District in Taylor County, and in all such cases the
district attorney assisting shall receive the same compensation
for such services as is now provided by law for such services in
the district for which he was elected, but nothing herein shall be
construed as limiting the authority of the district attorneys of
the two districts from having absolute control and management
of criminal cases and habeas corpus cases which are tried in
their respective courts.
SEC. 10. If any section, paragraph or provision of this Act
be held or declared unconstitutional or invalid for any reason,
such holding shall not in any manner affect the remaining sections,
paragraphs and provisions of this Act, but the same shall
remain in full force and effect.
SEC. 11. The rapid settlement of the Counties of Jones, Taylor
and Fisher, and the unprecedented increase in litigation in
said counties and the crowded condition of the dockets of the
district courts in the counties affected by this Act, and the
crowded condition of the calendar and the near approach of the
end of the session of the Legislature, create an emergency and
an imperative public necessity, which requires that the constitutional
rule requiring bills to be read on three several days be
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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/m1/63/: accessed November 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .