Analytical index to the laws of Texas, 1823-1905 (both dates inclusive). Page: 42
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INDEX TO LAWS OF TEXAS.
Austin (San Felipe de) during years
1831 and 1832, to devote certain
taxes to construction of town halls
and a jail in said town, 1-293-1831.
Capital; loan to, 1-311-1832.
Ayuntamientos to discharge certain
Nacogdoches; 4 sitios of land granted
to as a school fund, 1-333-1833.
Regulating selection and duties of
ayuntamientos and officers thereof,
Repealing law uniting ayuntamientos
of Villa Longin and Leona Vicario,
Constitutional provisions as to, 1-4451827.
Providing for transfer of records of
acyuntamiento, etc., from Austin
county to General Land Office, 3935-1852.
BAHIA, LA (also see Cities, Towns,
name of, to Goliad, 1-2221829.
BAIL (also see Appeals: Crimes and
Misdemeanors; Habeas Corpus;
Pleading and Practice)Constitutional
settlement of accounts of,
with regard to acts and transactions
during secession period, 5-8961866.
Making conversion of property by,
BAILMENTS (see Contracts)BANK
for appointment of, under
State banking act: prescribing duties,
powers and pay of. etc.. 121371-1905.
a system of, and regulating
collection of foreign debts, 2-5021841.
BANKRUPTCY-conti n ued.
Imnmigrants to Texas to have full advantage
of discharges from debts
in countries from which they came,
Provisions of United States Constitution,
Repealing Act of January 19, 1841,
creating system of bankruptcy, 41380-1860.
BANKS AND BANKING (also see
Savings and Investment Companies
Samuel M. Williams to
establish, as empresario, Commercial
and Agricultural Bank, in Department
of Brazos, capital not to
exceed $1,000,000, 1-406-1835.
Motion by Asa Brigham, in Plenary
Convention, that a national bank be
established for Republic of Texas,
Requiring Texas Commissioners to
United States to divide deposits between
Union Bank of Louisiana and
Bank of Orleans, 1-960-1835.
Texas Railroad, Navigation and Banking
Act to suppress private banking, 21031-1844.
Prohibiting Legislature from creating,
renewing or extending any corporation
with banking or discounting
privileges: Constitution, 2-12941845.
Making it a misdemeanor for any company,
corporation or association of
individuals to engage in banking or
discounting business in Texas without
authority of law; suits to be
instituted by Attorney General, 3234-1848.
Amending Art. 403. Cllap. 1, Title 13,
Penal Code, relating to illegal banking
and passing spurious money;
making it a felony to knowingly
pass or transfer money of broken
bank, or that had become valueless.
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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/m1/50/: accessed October 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .