The Laws of Texas, 1929-1931 [Volume 27] Page: 91 of 1,943
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FORTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE-FOURTH CALLED SESSION. 79
VALIDATING ALL SCHOOL DISTRICTS.
H. B. No. 11.] CHAPTER 40.
An Act to validate the organization and creation of all School Districts,
including Common School Districts, Independent School Districts, Consolidated
Common School Districts, Consolidated Independent School
District, County Line School Districts, Consolidated County Line
School districts, and Rural High School districts, whether created by
General or Special Law or County Boards of Trustees, validating the
acts of said County Boards of Trustees and Boards of such Districts;
validating all proceedings and acts of said Boards of Trustees, heretofore
taken by such Boards of Trustees; validating all bonds authorized
and sold and now outstanding of said Districts; validating
all tax levies made in behalf of said Districts; and declaring an emergency.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Texas:
SECTION 1. All School Districts, including Common School
Districts, Independent School Districts, Consolidated Common
School Districts, Consolidated Independent School Districts,
County Line School Districts, Consolidated County Line School
Districts, and Rural High School Districts, whether created by
General or Special Law in this State and heretofore laid out
and established or attempted to be established by the proper
officers of any County or by the Legislature of the State of
Texas and heretofore recognized by either State or County authorities
as School Districts, are hereby validated in all respects
as though they had been duly and legally established in the
first instance; all acts of the Board or Boards of Trustees in
such Districts ordering elections, declaring the result of such
elections, and levying taxes therefor, and all bonds issued and
now outstanding, are hereby in all things validated. The fact
that by inadvertence or oversight any act of the officers of any
county in the creation of any District was omitted shall in nowise
invalidate such District, and the fact that by inadvertence
or oversight any act was omitted by any Board of Trustees of
any such District in ordering an election or elections, or in declaring
the result thereof, or in levying the taxes for such District,
or in the issuance of the bonds of any such District shall
in nowise invalidate any of such proceedings or any bonds so
issued by such District. All acts of the County Boards of Trustees
of any and all counties in rearranging, changing or subdividing
such School Districts, or increasing or decreasing the
area thereof, in any School District of any kind, or in creating
new districts out of parts of existing districts or otherwise, are
hereby in all things validated. This Law shall not apply to
any district, the organization or creation of which is now involved
SEC. 2. The fact that the legal existence of various Independent
School Districts may be questioned, creates an emergency
and an imperative public necessity that the Constitutional Rule
requiring bills to be read on three several days in each House
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