Analytical index to the laws of Texas, 1823-1905 (both dates inclusive). Page: 12
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INDEX TO LAWS OF TEXAS.
Exempting from taxation corporations
organized for purpose of holding agricultural
fairs, or encouraging agricultural
Protecting farmers in the purchase of
boll worm poisons, commercial fertilizers,
Posted lands, 11-209-1899.
Prohibiting hunting and fishing on enclosed
lands without consent of
Prohibiting hunting on posted lands,
Amending act prohibiting hunting on
posted lands, 12-965-1905.
Gross receipts tax on dealers in agricultural
products, etc., for bona fide
future delivery, 12-1229-1905.
STATISTICS AND HISTORY,
DEPARTMENT OF (also see Agricultural
and Mechanical College;
Banks and Banking; Insurance; Insurance,
Statistics and History, Department
bureau of agriculture and
adding to it the Department of Insurance,
Statistics and History; new
department to be styled Department
of Agriculture, Insurance, Statistics
and History, 9-896-1887.
Providing for a geological and mineralogical
survey of State, etc., under
supervision and control of Commissioner.
Commissioner, member of board to
purchase portraits and statues "of
persons prominent in history," 91016-1888.
Amending Chap. 3, Title 92, Revised
Statutes, so as to provide penalty
for State and county officers refusing
to furnish data, statistics and
Authorizing Commissioner to sell sets,
or parts of sets, of standard weights
and measures 9-1060-1889.
STATISTICS AND HISTORY,
Amending act of 1887 creating department,
so as to regulate compensation
of tax assessor's for taking agricultural
Giving Commissioner additional powers
with regard to insurance companies,
Commissioner member boll weevil
Duties of Commissioner under act providing
for protection of fruit trees,
plants and shrubs from infectious
Making Commissioner Superintendent
*of banking and defining duties, 121367-1905.
AHUMADA, MIGUEL, GOVERNOR
to pardon Mac Stewart, 111282-1901.
of Travis from, 1-845-1836.
Letter from Gen. Sam Houston announcing
fall of, 1-900-1836.
Address to people of United States, to
accompany letter of Gen. Houston,
Granting Alamo to Catholic church,
Appropriating $20,000 for purchase of
building and lot by the State, 9435-1883.
Accepting offer of city council of San
Antonio to care for, without expense
to State, and to hold subject to future
Granting pension to Andrea Castonon
de Villaneueva, known as Madame
Candelaria, for nursing sick members
of Texan garrison of the Alamo
in 1836, 10-326-1891.
Appropriating $65,000 for purchase of
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