The Laws of Texas, 1927 [Volume 25] Page: 86 of 1,111
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70 GENERAL AND SPECIAL LAWS.
JUDICIAL DISTRICTS-CHANGING TIME OF HOLDING
H. B. No. 334.] CHAPTER 46.
An Act to amend Sections two and three, Chapter four of the Acts of the
Third Called Session of the Thirty-sixth Legislature, changing the date of
holding the terms of the District Court of the Twenty-ninth Judicial District
of Texas, and to make all process issued or served before this Act
takes effect, including recognizances and bonds returnable to the term
of Court in the several counties as herein fixed, to validate such process,
recognizances and bonds; and to validate the summoning of grand and
petit jurors, repealing all laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith and
declaring an emergency.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Texas:
SECTION 1. That Sections Two and Three, Chapter Four of
the Third Called Session of the Thirty-sixth Legislature of the
State of Texas be so amended as to hereafter read as follows:
SEC. 2. That the Twenty-ninth Judicial District of Texas
shall be composed of the Counties of Hood, Palo Pinto and
Erath, as now constituted and the terms of the District Court
shall be held therein as follows:
In Palo Pinto County beginning on the first Monday of March
and September, each year and may continue in session for eight
In Hood County beginning on the eighth Monday after the
first Monday in March and September, and may continue in session
for five weeks.
In Erath County beginning on the thirteenth Monday after
the first Monday in March and September and may continue in
session until all business is disposed of.
SEC. 3. All process issued or served before this Act goes into
effect, including all recognizances and bonds returnable to the
District Court of any of the said counties in said Judicial District
shall be considered as returnable to said court in accordance
with the terms as prescribed in this Act, and all such process
is hereby legalized, and grand and petit juries drawn and
selected under existing laws in any of the counties of said judicial
district shall be considered lawfully drawn and selected for
the next term of the District Court of their respective counties
held in accordance with this Act and after this Act takes effect.
All such process is hereby legalized and validated; provided that
said court in any county in said judicial district shall be in session
at the time this Act takes effect such court affected thereby
shall continue in session until the term thereof shall expire under
the provisions of existing laws, and thereafter the terms of
said court of said county shall conform to the requirements of
SEC. 4. That all laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith
are hereby repealed.
SEC. 5. The importance of this Legislation and the crowded
condition of the calendar create an emergency and an impera.
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