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80 GENERAL LAWS OF TEXAS.
on the State Treasurer for the payment of any account so drawn
against said fund.
SEC. 2. That the public importance of the object herein contemplated
creates an imperative public necessity and emergency fully
authorizing the suspension of the constitutional rule requiring bills
to be read on three several days in each House, and said rule is
hereby suspended, and that this Act take effect and be in force from
and after its passage, and it is so enacted.
Approved August 31, 1911.
Became a law August 31, 1911.
REDISTRICTING THE STATE OF TEXAS INTO REPRESENTATIVE
DISTRICTS.
H. B. No. 5.] CHAPTER 10.
An Act to apportion the State of Texas into Representative Districts, and
to fix the number of Representatives thereof, and to repeal all laws
in conflict herewith, and declaring an emergency.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Texas:
SECTION 1. That the State of Texas be and it is hereby apportioned
and divided into Representative Districts, and the said districts
and the number of Representatives in each district shall be as
follows:
No. 1. The First District, composed of the county of Bowie, and
shall elect one representative.
No. 2. The Second District, composed of the county of Cass, and
shall elect one representative..
No. 3. The Third District, composed of the counties of Bowie,
Cass and Marion, and shall elect one representative.
No. 4. The Fourth District, composed of the county of Harrison,
and shall elect one representative.
No. 5. The Fifth District, composed of the county of Panola,
and shall elect one representative.
No. 6. The Sixth District, composed of the county of Rusk, and
shall elect one representative.
No. 7. The Seventh District, composed of the county of Nacogdoches,
and shall elect one representative.
No. 8. The Eighth District, composed of the county of Shelby,
and shall elect one representative.
No. 9. The Ninth District, composed of the counties of Jasper,
Sabine and Newton, and shall elect one representative.
No. 10. The Tenth District, composed of the counties of San Augustine
and Angelina, and shall elect one representative.
No. 11. The Eleventh District, composed of the counties of Polk
and San Jacinto, and shall elect one representative.
No. 12. The Twelfth District, composed of the counties of Tyler,
Hardin and Liberty, and shall elect one representative.
No. 13. The Thirteenth District, composed of the county of Jefferson,
and shall elect one representative.

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