The Laws of Texas, 1929-1931 [Volume 27] Page: 17 of 1,943
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FORTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE-FOURTH CALLED SESSION. 5
delay wil not prove injurious to either party, and that justice
may be subserved thereby, it may cause notice of the application
for any such Writ or Process, and of the time fixed for
considering the same, to be given the opposite party, in such
manner as it may direct. This Act shall be cumulative of all
other laws affecting its subject matter. Provided that any
petition for any such writ pertaining to a nomination for any
state office presented to any court of civil appeals shall be presented
to the court of Civil Appeals of the district in which the
Chairman of the State Executive Committee of the party affected,
resides, and any petition for any such writ pertaining
to a nomination for any District or County or precinct office
shall be presented to a court of Civil appeals in which such district
or a portion thereof or such county or precincts is located.
SEC. 2. The fact that the present system of considering applications
for Writs of Mandamus and other mandatory Writs,
compelling the performance of duty by officers and members of
party Executive Committees, involves needless delays which
may work injustice in many cases, constitutes an emergency and
an imperative public necessity that the constitutional rule requiring
bills to be read in each House on three several days, be
suspended, and the same is hereby suspended, and that this Act
take effect and be in force from and after its passage, and it is
[NOTE.-S. B. No. 16 passed the Senate by a vote of 24 yeas,
2 nays; passed the House with amendment by a vote of 102 yeas,
10 nays; the Senate concurred in House amendment by a vote of
22 yeas, 0 nays.]
Approved February 14, 1930.
Effective February 14, 1930.
AMENDING THE LAW WHICH PROVIDES FOR COURSES
IN GOVERNMENT AND THE CONSTITUTION IN
PUBLIC SUPPORTED COLLEGES.
S. B. No. 17.] CHAPTER 5.
An Act to amend Chapter 83, Senate Bill 179, of the General Laws
passed by the 41st Legislature of the State of Texas at its second
called session, by amending Section 2 of said Act and also by amending
Section 5 by adding, at the end of such Section the following;
provided, however, that the terms of this Bill shall not be applied to,
or effect, any student who commenced his studies leading to a degree
in any of the State Institutions, with the required credits prior
to the time this Bill was enacted into a law, or to any student who,
on or before September 1st, 1929, had credits for at least half of the
work required for a bachelor's degree; and declaring an emergency.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Texas:
SECTION 1. That Section 2 of Chapter 83 of Senate Bill 179
of the General Laws passed by the 41st Legislature of Texas
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