The Laws of Texas, 1927 [Volume 25] Page: 66 of 1,111
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50 GENERAL AND SPECIAL LAWS.
northerly to the mouth of the Cibolo River where same empties
into the San Antonio River; thence following said Cibolo River
northerly to the northwest line of Guadalupe County; the boundary
between Guadalupe and Comal Counties; thence easterly
with the northern boundary line of Guadalupe, Caldwell,
Bastrop, Lee, Burelson and Brazos Counties to the Brazos
River; thence following the meanders of the Brazos River north
to the intersection of the east boundary line of Young County;
thence north along the west boundary line of Jack and Clay
Counties to the Red River; provided that the Counties of Hays
and Milam shall be exempted from the provisions of this bill
applying to the territory west of the boundary line herein set
out and shall be in and under the full effects of the law applicable
to the territory east of said division line; provided that
it shall be unlawful to take, hunt, capture or kill, or attempt to
hunt, capture or kill any wild game or wild animals by means of
traps or any other mechanical device within the limits of Limestone
County for a period of five years from and after the
passage of this Act.
SEC. 2. The importance of this Act, and the fact that the
change in the law herein made, in reference to wild fox should
be made for the benefit of those living in said described territory,
creates an emergency and an imperatvie public necessity
demanding the suspension of the constitutional rule requiring
bills to be read on three several days in each House, and this
Act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage,
and said rule is hereby suspended, and it is so enacted.
Approved February 14, 1927.
Effective ninety (90) days after adjournment.
SUPREME JUDICIAL DISTRICTS-REORGANIZATION.
S. B. No. 28.] CHAPTER 36.
An Act amending Article one hundred ninety-eight (198) of the Revised
Civil Statutes of Texas for 1925, same being Section 1 of an Act passed
by the Thirty-ninth Legislature of Texas, and being Chapter 87 of the Acts
of the Regular Session of the Thirty-ninth Legislature, constituting and
organizing Courts of Civil Appeals therein; creating the Twelfth Supreme
Judicial District of Texas, with Wichita Falls as the site of said court;
providing for the appointment and qualification of the judges of said
Twelfth Supreme Judicial District and other officers thereof; providing
for the transfer of cases and regulating appeals from the lower courts of
the counties constituting said Twelfth Supreme Judicial District of Texas;
making appropriation for the support of said court; and declaring an emergency.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Texas:
SECTION 1. That Article One Hundred Nighty-eight (198) of
the Revised Civil Statutes of Texas for 1925, same being Section
1 of an Act passed by the 39th Legislature of Texas, and
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