Analytical index to the laws of Texas, 1823-1905 (both dates inclusive). Page: 26
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INDEX TO LAWS OF TEXAS.
Texas State Troops, Years 1861-65continued.
Validating all warrants issued by
Governor Houston for payment of
troops prior to March 2, 1861, 5900-1866.
United States (also see Frontier Protection)Requesting
occupation of frontier
by U. S. troops as speedily as
Joint resolution asking that troops
be no longer quartered on the
people, but withdrawn, and that
they, or others, be stationed on
and employed to guard frontier,
Appropriation for expnses of committee
to investigate burning of
Adjutant General of State to ask
Commanding General for detail
of additional troops to protect
Texas frontier, 8-247-1874.
Requesting Texas delegation in U.
S. Congress to secure passage of
law reimbursing heirs of owner
in sum of $25,000 for stock of
goods destroyed by fire by U. S.
soldiers in Freestone county, 8563-1875.
Urging retention of U. S. troops in
Texas for frontier protection, 91019-1888.
United States, Texas Volunteers In
(also see Mexican War Veterans)*Granting
Gov. J. Pinckney Henderson
authority to take command
in person of Texas troops mustered
into service of United States
for Mexican war, 2-1501-1846.
Volunteers to elect their own officers,
:Requesting Texas delegation in U.
S. Congress to secure passage of
law providing for payment of
volunteers called into service of
U. S. on requisition of Colonel
United States, Texas Volunteers Incontinued.
Requesting like action with regard
to payment of volunteers called
into service of U. S. on requisition
of General Taylor and Colonel
Providing for payment of six companies
of mounted volunteers,
"mustered into service of State"
on requisition of Brevet General
Persifer F. ,Smith, 4-195-1856.
Amending foregoing act, 4-223-1856.
Declaration of State Constitutional
Convention granting bounty of
land to Union soldiers, 6-451868.
Asking Texas delegation in Congress
to exert themselves to secure
pension for widow of Capt.
W. W. Montgomery of First
Texas Cavalry (Union), 6-10571871.
Requesting Texas delegation in
Congress to urge favorable consideration
of claims of Mexican
War Veterans on people's gratitude,
Granting to said veterans use of
capitol halls and rooms on May
8, 1875, 8-575-1875.
Appropriating $25,000 to pay
amounts due railway companies
for transporting volunteers rejected
by proper authorities, 11315-1899.
Appropriating $100,000 to pay expenses
of mustering. Texas volunteers,
Appropriation to pay officers and
men amounts due them prior to
their being mustered into U. S.
service; also to pay those rejected,
ARREST, WARRANTS OFAmending
Arts. 258 and 259, Code of
Criminal Procedure, relating to, 121251-1905.
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