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27th Legf., 1901.] GENERAL LAWS OF T'EXAS.
S. II. B. No. 1.] CHAPTER VI.
Aln Act to amend Articles 16 and 17, Title I,. Revised Statutes of Texas, of 1895.
and to apportion the State of Texas into senatorial districts, and to provide
for receiving and canvassing the election returns and issuing certificates of
SECTION 1. Be it enacted bIV the Legislature of thle State of Texas:
That Articles 16 and 17 of Title IV of the Revised Civil'Statutes of
of 1895 be amended so as to hereafter read as follows:
Art. 1G. The senatorial districts of the State of Texas shall hereaIfter
be composed of the following named counties, each of which districts
shall be entitled to elect one Senator, said districts numbered from
one to thirty-one, inclusive, towit:
No. 1. Bowie, Cass, Marion and Morris.
Xo. I. Red River, Titus, Franklin, Hopkins and Delta.
No. 3. Lamar and Fannin.
Xo. 4. Grayson and Cooke.
No. 5. Collin, Hunt and Rains.
No. 6. Dallas and Rockwall.
Xo. 7. Van Zandt, Wood, Smith, Upshur and Camp.
No. 8. Harrison, Rusk, Panola, Shelby and Gregg.
No. 9. Navarro, Henderson and Kaufman.
No. 10. Ellis, Johnson and Hill.
No. 11. MeLennan, Falls and Milam.
No. 12. Limestone, Freestone, Robertson and Brazos.
No. 13. Anderson, Cherokee, Houston, Angelina and Trinity.
No. 14. Nacogdoehes, San Augustine, Sabine, Xewton, Jasper, Tyler,
Liberty, Hardin, Orange and Jefferson.
No. 15. Leon, Madison, Grimes, Montgomery, Walker, San Jacinto
No. 16. Harris, Fort Bend and Waller.
No. 17. Chambers, Galveston. Brazoria, Matagorda and Wharton.
No. 18. Colorado, Lavaca, Fayette and Austin.
No. 19. Washington, Burleson, Lee and Bastrop.
No. 20. Williamson, Travis, Burnet and Lampasas.
No. 21. Gonzales, Caldwell, Guadalupe, Comal. Hays and Blanco.
No. 22. Jackson, Calhoun. Victoria, DeWitt, Goliad, Refugio, Bee.
Live Oak, Karnes, Wilson, Frio, Aransas and Atascosa.
No. 23. Cameron, Hidaloo. Starr, Zapata, We)b, Duval, Nueces, San
Patricio, La Salle, McMulnllen and Dimmit.
No. 24. Bexar, Bandera, Kendall, Kerr and Gillespie.
No. 25. Kiimble, Mlenard. Sehleicher, Sutton, Crockett, Tom Green.
Coke, Sterlini, Irion, Pecos, Birewster, Presidio, JTef Davis, El Paso.
Val Verde, Edwlards. Kl, Medina. Zavala. Reeves, Maverick
No. 26. Erath, Comanche. Mills, San Salba, MeCulloeh, Concho.
Runnels. Coleman, Brown.and Llano.
No. 27. Bell. Coryell, Hamilton and Bosque.
No. 28. Palo Pinto, Stephens, Eastland. Callahan, Taylor. Nolan.
Mitchell. Howard, Martin, Andrews, Glasscock, AMidland, Ector, Winkler,
Lovino. Ward, Crane, Upton, Gaines, Yoakum, Terrv, Lynn, Daw
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