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Relief of Tucker Et Al. As Sureties.
ized and instructed to enter the execution on said rule absolute canceled and satisfied of record, Provided, that said bondsman shall not be relieved of the payment of the cost on the bond forfeiture.
Approved March 11, 1926.
RELIEF OF TUCKER ET AL. AS SURETIES
No. 4, SECOND SESSION.
Whereas R. C. Tucker, T. J. Tucker, J. F. Godfrey, and A. B. Gordon did, at the March term, 1925, of the Superior Court of Hancock County, Georgia, become bail for the appearance of R. R. Tucker to stand trial for a misdemeanor, which said bond was forfeited by reason of the non-appearance of the said R. R. Tucker at the time specified in said bond, and whereas a rule absolute was entered and execution issued thereon for the principal sum of three hundred dollars and cost; and whereas the said R. R. Tucker subsequently came into court, without any expense to the county authorities, and paid all the costs of said bond forfeiture; and whereas, the said Court permitted R. R. Tucker to execute another bond:
Relief from payment of execution.
Now, therefore, be it resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Georgia, that the said R. R. Tucker as principal, and the said R. C. Tucker, T. J. Tucker, J. F. Godfrey, and A. B. Gordon, securities, as aforesaid, be relieved by paying the execution based upon the bond aforesaid, and that the Clerk of the Superior Court of Hancock County is hereby authorized and instructed to enter up a cancellation and satisfaction on said execution.
Approved April 10, 1926.
Statesboro Normal School; Authority to Borrow.
STATESBORO NORMAL SCHOOL; AUTHORITY
No. 5, SECOND SESSION.
Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring, that the Board of Trustees of the Georgia Normal School, located at Statesboro, Georgia, be authorized to borrow money for the needs of said school.
Be it resolved by the General Assembly of Georgia, and it is hereby resolved by the authority of the same, that the Board of Trustees of the Georgia Normal School, created under an Act approved August 18, 1906, and amended to its present charter August 18, 1924, are hereby fully authorized and empowered to borrow money for the use and needs of said school a sum of money not in orized. excess of forty-five thousand ($45,000.00) dollars. This sum of money is to be secured by a mortgage or a deed with the power of sale to secure debt on the lands and property of said school. The customary executive officers of said Board of Trustees are empowered to execute the above-mentioned conveyances, and to receive the money for the Board of Trustees of said school.
Approved April 13, 1926.