The Laws of Texas, 1937-1939 [Volume 31] Page: 95 of 1,313
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FORTY-FIFTH LEGISLATURE-FIRST CALLED SESSION. 1823
sparsely settled counties may be exempt from the minimum restrictions
of twenty (20) scholastics; provided that in such
cases the district applying for aid shall be levying and collecting
the limit of local tax support as provided by General Law.
Sparsely settled counties shall be defined as those having less
than one thousand, four hundred (1,400) scholastic population
in the common school district. It is expressly understood that
the provisions and limitations of this Section and other Sections
of this Act do not apply to vocational aid, tuition aid, and aid
for crippled children."
SEC. 2. The importance of this legislation and the fact that
the Rural Aid Bill as passed by the Regular Session of the Fortyfifth
Legislature, neglected to make provisions for school districts
nine (9) miles in length or more and the further fact
that each previous bill has contained this provision and was
omitted inadvertently and mistakenly create 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 this Act shall be in
full force and effect from and after its passage, and it is so
[NOTE.-H. B. No. 66 passed the House, June 23, 1937, by
a vote of 104 yeas, 0 nays; passed the Senate, June 24, 1937, by
a vote of 28 yeas, 0 nays.]
Approved July 6, 1937.
Effective July 6, 1937.
OYSTER LAW FOR CALHOUN COUNTY.
H. B. No. 67. CHAPTER 43.
An Act for the purpose of conserving the oyster resources of Calhoun
County, Texas, by withdrawing the submerged lands in said County
from location and lease to private persons and corporations for the
planting of oysters and making private oyster beds; making it unlawful
to take and transplant seed oysters without securing a permit from
the Commissioners Court; providing a penalty; providing a saving
clause; and declaring an emergency.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Texas:
SECTION 1. That from and after the passage of this Act, and
for a period of five (5) years thereafter, all submerged lands
and public waters in Calhoun County, Texas, are hereby withdrawn
from location and lease to persons and corporations for
the planting of oysters and making private oyster beds; providing
further that it shall be unlawful for any person or corporation
to dredge or to take seed oysters, the same being
oysters measuring less than three and one-half (3/2) inches
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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/m1/95/: accessed November 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .