Analytical index to the laws of Texas, 1823-1905 (both dates inclusive). Page: 71
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INDEX TO LAWS OF TEXAS.
employment of children in
factories, mills, mines, breweries,
manufacturing establishments, etc.,
for rescue of children from
custody of improper persons, 10484-1893.
CHLORAL (see Drugs)CHURCHES
(see Alamo; Constitutions;
Ministers of . the Gospel;
certain churches, etc., property
of Catholic church, 2-4921841.
Granting Alamo to Catholic church,
Authorizing citizens of neighborhoods
to elect boards of trustees for meeting
houses, camp grounds, parsonages
and school houses, 2-10991845.
Hebrew Sinai Congregation, 7-14761873.
Exempting all church property from
sale of cigarettes or tobacco
in any of its forms to minors
under 16 years of age, without written
consent of parents or guardians,
CIGARS (also see Tobacco)Establishing
State monopoly in manufacture
and sale of, 1-124-1825.
Providing for removal of manufactory
from Leona Vicario to Parras, 1408-1835.
CITATION (see Pleading and Practice)Service
of, in suits against incorpoted
CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES
(also see Capitals; County Seats;
Criminal Courts; Criminal District
Courts; Mlunicipalities; Names
Changed; Seat of Government)Official
letter of Gov. Luciano Garcia,
providing for establishment of San
Felipe de Austin, 1-34-1823.
Providing for establishment of new
towns in Austin's colony, 1-451825.
Appointing S. F. Austin commissioner
for establishment of new ,towns,
Regulations for administration of
towns (caption), 1-169-1827.
Changing name of San Fernando to
Changing name of Camargo to Guerrero,
Changing name of Saltillo to Leona
Changing name of Estevan de Tlascala
to Villa Longin, 1-195-1827.
Constituting San Vicente Alto, a
town, to be called Abasalo, 1-1991827.
Authorizing certain towns to cut timber
on the Rio Sabinas, 1-202-1827.
Declaring Gigedo capital of district of
Rio Grande, 1-208-1828.
Declaring Monclova capital of Coahuila
and Texas, 1-217-1828.
Changing name of La Bahia to Goliad,
Executive to request appointment of
curates for new towns, 1-223-1829.
San Francisco and San Miguel to
establish their ayuntamientos, 1250-1830.
Ordinances of town of Guerrero (caption),
Declaring Nava capital of district of
Rio Grande, 1-260-1830.
Changing name of village of Alamo to
town of San Jose de Viesca y Bustamente,
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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/m1/79/: accessed July 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .