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1774 GENERAL AND SPECIAL LAWS.
VALIDATING ORGANIZATION OF CERTAIN WATER
S. B. No. 22.] CHAPTER 15.
An Act providing for the validation of the organization and establishment
of water improvement districts situated within a water power control
district organized under Section 29 of Chapter 76, Acts of the Fortythird
Legislature, and of Chapter 19, page 54, Acts of 1933, First
Called Session of the Forty-third Legislature; providing for the validation
of bonds authorized to be issued by such districts which have
been authorized by two-thirds majority of those voting at such elections;
providing for the validation of 'such bonds by suit as now
provided by law if the districts so elect or by forwarding to the
Attorney General a certified copy of the proceedings providing for the
issuance of such bonds, the examination thereof by the Attorney General
and the issuance of his official certificate that such bonds are
valid and binding obligations of said district if he shall so find, and
that such official certificate shall authorize the registration of said
bonds by the Comptroller of Public Accounts in the same manner
as if same had been validated by suit; provided, however, that nothing
contained in this Act shall affect any pending litigation; and declaring
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the, State of Texas:
SECTION 1. Water improvement districts situated within a
water power control district and which have been heretofore
declared to have been organized and established by order of a
County Commissioners' Court under the terms and provisions of
Section 29 of Chapter 76, Acts of the Forty-third Legislature
and of Chapter 19, page 54, Acts of 1933, First Called Session
of the Forty-third Legislature, and the organization of which
the County Commissioners' Court found that petitions for the
organization thereof had been filed and notice thereof had been
given and that the organization of such districts was feasible
and practicable and that it was needed, and would be of public
benefit and benefit to the lands included in the districts and had
caused such findings to be entered of record are hereby found and
declared to have been legally created and the same are hereby
validated and declared to have been validly created water improvement
districts. The fact that by inadvertence or oversight
any act of the officers of any county or other person in the
creation of any district was not properly done shall in nowise
invalidate such district, and all such districts are hereby validated
in all respects as though they had been duly and legally
established in the first instance.
SEC. 2. All bonds authorized to be issued by such districts,
the issuance of which had been authorized by an election held
within such districts by an affirmative vote of two-thirds majority
of those voting at such election, are hereby found and
declared to have been legally authorized to be issued and the same
are hereby validated and declared to have been legally authorized
to be issued. The fact that by inadvertence or oversight any act
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Gammel, Hans Peter Mareus Neilsen. The Laws of Texas, 1937-1939 [Volume 31], book, 1939; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth18824/m1/46/: accessed July 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .