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14
Extending time in which to construct railroads
15
Fixing penalty for theft of animals
16
Amending statutes relating to jury commissioners and juries
17
Authorizing appointment of temporary guardians and regulating duties
18
Appointment and salary of stenographers in Courts of Civil Appeals
19
Supreme Court authorized to issue writ of habeas corpus
20
Amending statute concerning motions for new trial
21
Creating liens on progeny of live stock
24
Authorizing commissioners courts city councils and school trustees to invest sinking funds in certain securities
25
Making it an offense to run gaming house and fixing penalty
26
Preventing running at large of live stock in certain counties
27
Amending Revised Statutes relating to formation of corporations
28
Prescribing parties to and venue of suits against railroad corporations
29
Hockley and Cochran Counties attached to Lubbock County for sur veying purposes
31
Authorizing issuance of paroles to convicts
33
Limiting time to bring suits for school University or asylum lands
35
Validating county records of counties organized prior to January 1 1882
37
Authorizing suit for minerals and timber taken from school Univer sity and other public lands
39
Requiring annual reports from corporations
40
Authorizing incorporation of Lancaster independent school district
42
Regulating sale of cocaine etc
45
Chap Page 46 Authorizing sale of free school University and asylum lands
46
Providing for monthly meetings of board of trustees of asylums and Confederate Home
47
Defining boundary lines of Colorado County
49
Authorizing disposition of public grounds in Bryan
50
Fixing residence of children of members of the Legislature while at Austin
51
Creating Grand Saline independent school district
52
Prohibiting the granting or use for certain purposes of lands ac quired for Galveston seawall
54
Fixing time for holding courts in Twelfth Judicial District
55
Fixing penalty for carrying arms
56
railway companies
58
Creating Ballinger independent school district
61
Compensation and duties of Board of Pardon Advisers
68
Prohibiting Roping Contests
69
Exempting certain counties from hide and animal inspection
70
Relating to hearing of causes by Courts of Civil Appeals
71
Providing for taxation on timber or public lands sold or leased
72
Authorizing formation of corporations for two or more distinct purposes
73
Fixing jurisdiction in the Sixth Eighth and Sixtysecond Judicial Districts
75
Requiring railways to maintain and regulate switch lights and switches
77
Fixing time for holding courts in First and Fiftyeighth Judicial Districts
78
Reorganizing and fixing time for holding courts in the Twentythird Twentyfourth Twentyfifth Thirtysixth and Fortyninth Ju dicial Districts
80
Limiting conviction of minors
83
Regulating the taking of fish
85
Corporations for construction and operation of causeways and bridges
87
Mausoleum for Dawsons men and Mier prisoners
88
Prohibiting drinking of intoxicating liquors in certain places
91
Incorporation of Hallettsville independent school district
92
For the relief of S F Perry
94
Partition of real estate under direction of court
95
Creation of Terrell County
96
Amending act relating to wolves and other wild animals
98
71a Amending act relating to hunting on posted lands
99
Defining method of computation of franchise tax
100
United States Government authorized to obtain title to lands
101
Requiring butchers of Karnes County to give bond
104
Regulating pool billiard halls and bowling alleys
105
Partition and distribution of estates of decedents
108
Reorganizing the Thirtysecond Judicial District
109
Fixing jurisdiction of courts in Chambers and Roberts Counties Ill 80 Authorizing reinsurers to do business in this State
112
Relating to duties of county clerks
114
Providing for the assessment and collection of taxes and payment of outstanding indebtedness in Loving County
115
Providing for holding special terms of district courts
116
Prescribing duties and liabilities of public and private weighers
117
Appropriation providing for certain improvements in Confederate Home
118
Creation of Jacksonville independent school district
119
Regulating practice of dentistry and providing for board of examiners
143
Fixing jnrisdiction of courts in Sabine County
146
Relating to sale of mineral lands
148
Exempting University law graduates from examination
150
Chap Page 101 Authorizing operation of reclamation act in certain cases
151
Incorporation of Lufkin independent school district
152
Sale and lease of school and asylum lands
159
Organization and discipline of militia
167
Diversions from electric water and gas meters
205
Relating to fraternal railway orders and associations
206
Relating to qualification of jurors
207
Relating to terminal railway companies
211
Authorizing creation and maintenance of drainage districts
212
Imposing occupation tax on persons dealing in unearned wages
217
Stenographers report made statement of facts of oral evidence
219
Protection of fish and squirrels
222
Regulating appeals in courts
224
Authorizing printers mutual fire and storm insurance companies
225
Liability of railroad for death of or injury to live stock
226
Regulating the sale of milk products
227
Regulating the drilling operation and abandonment of oil gas and water wells
228
Relating to the execution of deeds by corporations
230
Providing for protection of fruit trees etc from certain diseases
231
Providing for organization and government of irrigation districts
235
Providing for depositories for cities towns and villages
260
Providing a complete system of public free schools
263
Regulating mutual assessment accident insurance companies
311
Fixing jurisdiction of courts in Newton County
312
Exempting property of charitable institutions from taxation
314
Providing for recording notices lis pendens
316
Providing further methods for collecting delinquent taxes
317
Providing method for collection of taxes on property omitted from rolls
318
Providing for collection of taxes in certain cases
321
Authorizing redemption of lands sold to State or city for taxes
323
Requiring railroads to maintain water closets
324
Providing for disposition of property of cities and towns
325
Incorporating Itasca independent school district
328
Incorporating Amarillo independent school district
330
Incorporating Floydada independent school district
332
Fixing time within which power of sale may be exercised on mort gages etc
334
Prohibiting members of forfeited corporations using old name
335
Providing for return of inventory of community estates
336
Reorganizing the Twentyeighth Judicial District
338
Incorporating Gause independent school district
339
Incorporating Midlothian independent school district
346
Authorizing cities and towns to regulate rates on public utilities
348
Providing a tax on intangible assets
351
Amending Kst of property subject to taxation
357
Providing a gross receipt tax on certain corporations etc
358
Requiring county treasurers to make detailed statement to com missioners
369
Prohibiting malpractice and fraud in medicine and surgery
370
Relating to filling vacancies in office of surveyors
371
Prohibiting use of merchandise checks
372
Providing tax on gross receipts of insurance companies
373
Providing for attendance of nonresident witnesses
375
Providing for retirement and issuance of certain State bonds
376
Fixing penalty for aiding prisoners to escape
377
Relating to holding local option elections
378
Prohibiting soliciting orders for liquor in local option districts
379
Providing for county auditors
381
Chap Page
385
Relating to pools pool rooms and horse racing
398
Relating to funeral ceremonies of Hon John H Reagan
404
Authorizing investigation of Confederate Home
410
Chap Pago
417
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Side 244 - Notice of such election must be given by posting notices in three public places in each election precinct In said district for at least twenty days, and also by publication of such notice In some newspaper published in the county, where the office of the board of directors of such district is required to be kept, once a week for at least three successive weeks.
Side 410 - All taxes shall be uniform, upon the same class of subjects, within the territorial limits of the authority levying the tax, and shall be levied and collected under general laws; but the General Assembly may, by general laws, exempt from taxation public property used for public purposes, actual places of religious worship, places of burial not used or held for private or corporate profit, and institutions of purely public charity.
Side 173 - The head of each department is authorized to prescribe regulations not inconsistent with law, for the government of his department, the conduct of its officers and clerks, the distribution and performance of its business, and the custody, use, and preservation of the records, papers, and property appertaining to it.
Side 196 - You, AB, do swear that you will well and truly try and determine, according to evidence, the matter now before you, between the United States of America and the prisoner to be tried, and that you will duly administer justice, without partiality, favor, or affection, according to the provisions of the rules and articles for the government of the armies of the United States...
Side 499 - And whenever any deposit shall be made by any person in trust for another, and no other or further notice of the existence and terms of a legal and valid trust shall have been given in writing to the bank, in...
Side 196 - ... swear, that you will not divulge the sentence of the court until it shall be published by the proper authority...
Side 194 - When any person is put in arrest for the purpose of trial, except at remote military posts or stations, the officer by whose order he is arrested shall see that a copy of the charges on which he is to be tried is served upon him within eight days...
Side 265 - All lands heretofore or hereafter granted to the several counties of this State for educational purposes are of right the property of said counties respectively to which they were granted, and title thereto is vested in said counties, and no adverse possession or limitation' shall ever be available against the title of any county. Each county may sell or dispose of its lands in whole or in part, in manner to be provided by the commissioners court of the county.
Side 242 - No list, tally sheet or certificate returned from any election shall be set aside or rejected for want of form if it can be satisfactorily understood. The board of directors must meet at its usual place of meeting on the first Monday after each election to canvass the returns.
Side 265 - The principal of all bonds and other funds, and the principal arising from the sale of the lands hereinbefore set apart to said school fund, shall be the permanent school fund...

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