Analytical index to the laws of Texas, 1823-1905 (both dates inclusive). Page: 65
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INDEX TO LAWS OF TEXAS.
CANAL COMPANIES AND CANALS-continued.
Authorizing Texas and Mississippi
River Canal and Navigation Company
to construct canal and line of
inland water communication between
Hanna's reef in Galveston Bay and
Sabine Lake at or near Sabine City,
Houston and Brazos canal and Navigation
Supplementary to foregoing act, 8-3351874.
Granting land to encourage construction
of canals for navigation and irrigation
Canal from Marble Falls to Austin, 8030-iS75.
Repealing all laws granting lands or
land certificates for construction of
railroads, canals and ditches, 9-2631882.
Endorsing Joseph D. Sayers for membership
Isthmian Canal Commission,
Authorizing condemnation and purchase
by United States of lands necessary
to improvement of rivers,
harbors and waterways, 12-967-1905.
pension to, 10-326-1891.
CAPITAL AND LABOR (also see Labor)Joint
resolution inviting to State, 51182-1866.
CAPITAL, DISTRICT OF RIO
CAPITALS (also see Seat of Government)Coahuila
Saltillo, name changed, 1-195-1827.
Coahuila and Texas-continued.
Constitutional provisions, 1-4331827.
Republic of TexasHouston,
Providing for permanent selection,
Pay of Commissioners to select, 11383-1837.
Legislative committee to select, 1]402-1837.
Supplementary to act providing for
permanent selection, 2-90-1839.
Providing for election, by Congress,
of Commissioners to select site for
permanent seat of govermnent;
for appointment of agent, by President,
to survey town tract; for
sale of town lots, etc.; place to be
named city of Austin, 2-161-1839.
Providing for location by popular
State of TexasFirst
session of Legislature, under
State Constitution, to be held at
Austin, after which period seat of
government to be located by people;
fixing first Monday in March,
1850, as time for holding election
to determine capital till year
Providing for an election to determine
seat of government until
1870, "unless State shall be
sooner divided," 3-515-1850.
Constitutional provision for election
to permanently determine capital,
CAPITOL (also see Busts; Monuments;
Paintings; Portraits; Statues)F.
R. Lubbock to procure cisterns for
Authorizing and requiring President
lease of capitol for ensuing
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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/m1/73/: accessed April 26, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .