Analytical index to the laws of Texas, 1823-1905 (both dates inclusive). Page: 31
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INDEX TO LAWS OF TEXAS.
State of Texas-continued.
Expenses incurred in prosecuting
certain offenders to be paid on
being certified by Attorney General
or Governor and District Attorney,
Authorizing Governor to fill by appointment
vacancies in office of
Attorney General etc., 4-5331856.
To represent State in all criminal
cases in the Supreme Court, and
not to appear against State in
any court, 4-1101-1858.
Appropriation to pay costs due, 41380-1860.
Constitutional provisions, 5-11-1861.
Governor, Comptroller and Attorney
General, as ex-officio School Commissioners,
to turn over certair
bonds to Southern Pacific Railroad
Appropriation to pay contingent expenses
of Attorney General's Department,
Constitutional provisions, 5-8671866.
Appropriation to supply department
with furniture and stationery, 5939-1866.
Granting leave of absence to W. M.
Attorney General member of Auditorial
Building being completed in capitol
grounds assigned for exclusive
use of Supreme Court and Attorney
Duties of Attorney General as president
of Auditorial Board, 6-10251871.
Authorizing, to compromise suits
against John Hancock and sureties
in District Court of Colorado
State of Texas-continued.
To take an appeal to United States
Supreme Court from decision of
United States Circuit Court overruling
demurrer of State and
granting restraining injunction
against Governor and Commissioner
of General Land Office, 61045-1871.
Appropriation to pay costs of said
appeal, etc., 6-1050-1871.
Settlements by Comptroller with defaulting
revenue officers to be sdbmitted
to and be subject to approval
of Attorney General, 7-241871.
Constitutional provisions, 7-4091869.
Member of State Printing Board,
To institute suit against James Davidson,
"late Adjutant General,"
Duties under act to regulate fire
and marine insurance companies,
Creating office of Assistant Attorney
Same subject, supplementary act,
To institute suit against New Orleans,
Mobile and Texas Railroad
Co. to forfeit charter, collect
loans made to road by State, etc.,
Constitutional provisions, 8-794-1875.
Constitutional provisions, 8-798-1875.
To represent State in Court of Appeals,
Member of Printing Board, 8-8671876.
Articles incorporating railroad
companies under Act of Auguist:
15, 1876, to be submitted to and be
subject to approval of Attorney,
General, etc., 8-977-1876.
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Raines, Cadwell Walton, 1839-1906. Analytical index to the laws of Texas, 1823-1905 (both dates inclusive)., book, 1906; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth6993/m1/39/: accessed June 28, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .