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FORTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE-FOURTH CALLED SESSION. 53
house, if it so desires, upon another site of its own selection,
creates an emergency and an imperative public necessity that
the constitutional rule requiring bills to be read on three several
days in each House be, and the same is hereby suspended,
and that this Act shall take effect and be in force from and
after its passage, and it is so enacted.
Approved February 18, 1930.
Effective February 18, 1930.
[NOTE.-S. B. No. 74 passed the Senate by a vote of 14 yeas,
8 nays; passed the House with amendments by a vote of 105
yeas, 6 nays; Senate concurred in House amendments by a vote
of 24 yeas, 0 nays.]
RATE OF TAXATION IN CERTAIN SCHOOL DISTRICTS.
S. B. No. 27.] CHAPTER 30.
An Act to fix the maximum rate of tax to be levied for the purpose of
maintaining the public schools and issuing bonds in school districts
in all counties which, according to the Federal Census of 1920, have
a population of not fewer than 720 and not more than 750; repealing
all laws in conflict herewith; and declaring an emergency.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Texas:
SECTION 1. In all counties in this State which according to
the Federal Census of 1920, had a population of not fewer
than Seven Hundred Twenty (720) and not more than Seven
Hundred Fifty (750), the maximum rate of tax which may be
levied in each common or independent school district of the
said counties for the maintenance of the public schools and
issuance of bonds may be One Hundred Fifty Cents ($1.50) on
the One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars valuation of taxable property,
said tax to be authorized, assessed, levied and collected
under the provisions of the general laws. The amount of bond
tax herein authorized shall never exceed fifty cents (.50c) on
the One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars valuation of taxable property.
SEC. 2. All laws and parts of laws in conflict with this Act
are hereby repealed.
SEC. 3. The importance of this Act and the crowded condition
of the Calendar create an emergency and an imperative
public necessity that the Constitutional Rule requiring bills to
be read on three several days be suspended, and the same is
hereby suspended, and that this Act be in force from and after
its passage, and be it so enacted.
Effective 90 days after adjournment.
[NOTE.-S. B. No. 27 passed the Senate by a vote of 24 yeas,
0 nays; passed the House by a vote of 86 yeas, 15 nays, 3 pres-
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