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incorporating any such city or town, the order of the County
Judge ordering such election, the notice, or notices of such election,
the order of the County Judge declaring the result of such
election, by inadvertence, oversight, or mistake, contained an incorrect
description by metes and bounds of the territory incorporated
or here attempted to be incorporated as such city or town,
or where any other such irregularity in the proceedings for such
incorporation was had, and where the governing body of such
city or town has entered an ordinance correcting and setting
forth the true field notes of the territory so incorporated or attempted
to be incorporated, or where such ordinance has been
entered correcting any other such irregularity in the proceedings
for the incorporation of such city or town, and where such
city or town has been acting or operating as an incorporated
city or town, such incorporation, and any and all ordinances
correcting the field notes, or any other irregularity of the proceedings
has for incorporation, are hereby in all things ratified.
confirmed and validated and such cities or towns are hereby
declared to be legally and validly incorporated.
SECTION 2. The fact that there are one or more cities and
towns in this State, the territory of which has been by inadvertence,
oversight or mistake, incorrectly described thereby
subjecting the incorporation thereof to some question, and the
further fact that in some instances slight irregularities have
occurred in the incorporation of cities and towns in this State,
together with the near adjournment of the present session of
the Legislature, creates an emergency and an imperative public
necessity demanding the suspension of the Constitutional Rule
requiring bills to be read on three several days in each House,
and said Rule is hereby suspended and this Act shall take effect
and be in force from and after its passage, and it is so enacted.
Approved August 17, 1931.
Effective August 17, 1931.
[NOTE: S. B. No. 54 passed the Senate by a vote of 29 yeas,
1 nay; passed the House by a vote of 106 yeas, 4 nays.]
S. B. No. 62.] CHAPTER 37.
An Act to amend Article 2698, Revised Civil Statutes of Texas of 1925;
and declaring an emergency.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Texas:
SECTION 1. That Article 2698 of the Revised Civil Statutes
of 1925 be and the same is hereby amended so as to hereafter
read as follows:

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