Analytical index to the laws of Texas, 1823-1905 (both dates inclusive). Page: 32
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INDEX TO LAWS OF TEXAS.
State of Texas-continued.
Member of Fuel Board, 8-1109-1876.
Duties as to judicial forfeiture of
charters of private corporations,
-Member of board to contract for
survey of lands set apart for
building capitol, 8-1309-1879.
MIember of East Texas Penitentiary
To institute suits against owners
and grantees of all patents to
lands upon which fees past due
six months at time of filing said
Member of Liquor Register ("Bell
Punch") Board, 8-1375-1879.
Member of Capitol Board, 8-14111879.
To inspect once a month accounts of
Comptroller, Treasurer and all
State officers and individuals
charged with collection or custody
of State funds, and to institute
suits against any of said persons
in default, or arrears, 8-1427;1879.
2Member of board to let contracts
for conveying convicts to penitentiary,
Member of State Board of Equalization
to pass (upon appeal) on
assessments of lands and other
property for taxation in unorganized
Authorizing, to institute legal proceedings
to protect rights of
State to University lands situated
in McLennan and Hill counties,
Duties with regard to purchase and
subsequent sale, etc., of property
sold to satisfy judgments in
favor of State, 9-41-1879.
.Member of board to let contract for
surveying 300 leagues of land set
apart for benefit of unorganized
Sta.te of Texas-continued.
Member of State Land Board, 9-3911883.
Creating land board to make investigation
as to fraudulent purchases
of school lands under Acts
of July 8, 1879, and April 6, 1881,
to investigate General Land Office
and District and County Surveyor's
offices and history of filing
John Gibson certificates, etc.,
and recommend action by Attorney
General-suits to be instituted
by him if recommended by
three of board, 9-412-1883.
Member Unorganized County School
Land Board, 9-589-1884.
Duties with regard to county bonds
offered for sale as investments for
permanent school fund, 9-6601885.
To make biennial report to Governor,
To institute suits against corporations
doing business in Texas in
violation of Sections 5 and 6 of
Article 10 of State Constitution,
To be furnished copies of court reports,
Duties in connection with lease and
sale of school and other public
lands under statute of April 1,
1887, and suits for unlawful enclosure
of same, etc., 9-881-1887.
Requesting, to institute suits against
certain railroads for failure to
alienate lands in time prescribed
by law, etc., 9-954-1887.
Recommending amendment of practice
act in accordance with suggestions
of Attorney General
To institute suits for penalties
against railroad companies for
failure to maintain depots, or to
keep same open. warmed and
lighted, etc., at junction points,
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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/m1/40/: accessed June 26, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .