6. (a) Such bonds shall recite that they are issued for the purpose set forth in section
one of this act and that they are issued in pursuance of this act and that this act
was submitted to the people of the state at the general election held in the month
of November, one thousand nine hundred and thirty, and that it received the sanction
of the majority of the votes cast for and against it at such election. Such recital in said bonds shall be conclusive evidence of the authority of the
state to issue said bonds and to their validity. Any bonds containing such recital shall in any suit, action or proceeding involving
their validity be conclusively deemed to be fully authorized by this act and to have
been issued, sold, executed and delivered in conformity herewith and with all other
provisions of statutes applicable thereto, and shall be incontestable for any cause.
(b) Such bonds shall be in such form and in such denomination as may be determined
by the issuing officials. Said bonds may be coupon bonds or may be registered as to principal only with interest
coupons attached, or may be registered as to both principal and interest.
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