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PUBLIC SCHOOL LANDS-ORDERING ACCOUNT BETWEEN STATE

AND PERMANENT SCHOOL FUND.

CIIAPTER XVI.

S. H. B. No. 364.)–An Act empowering the Governor of the State of Texas,

together with the Commissioner of the General Land Office of said State, to

employ four additional clerks, or so many thereof as may be necessary, to

tabulate the account in the General Land Office between the State of Texas

and the permanent school fund, and providing for the ascertainment of the

amount of public domain of the State of Texas at the time of the adoption

of the Constitution of 1876, and [and] what has been done with same, and

showing the present condition of the account between the State of Texas

and the permanent school fund growing out of their joint landed interests,

and making an appropriation therefor..

RAILROADS THROUGH THE INDIAN TERRITORY.

CHAPTER XVII.

S. B. No. 156.]-An Act to be entitled an act to authorize railroad companies

of this State to accept and exercise the right and privileges conferred upon

them by acts of Congress granting them the right of way for their roads

in and through the Indian Territory without limiting the authority of the

laws of Texas over so much of such railroad as may be within the State

of Texas

SOUTHWESTERN INSANE ASYLUM-REPAIRS AND ANCHORAGE.

CHAPTER XVIII.

.

S. B. No. 155.)–An Act to be entitled an act authorizing the Governor to have

underpinned, repaired and anchored the administration and ward buildings

of the Southwestern Insane Asylum, and making an appropriation therefor.

RAILWAY COMPANIES-RELIEF OF THOSE FAILING TO

CONSTRUCT IN TIME REQUIRED BY LAW.

CHAPTER XIX.

S. B. No. 18.]-An Act for the relief of railway corporations and belt and sub-

urban railway companies, having charters granted or amended since the first

day of January, 1887, and which have failed, or about to fail, to construct

their roads and branches, or any part thereof, within the time required by

law

H. B. No. 123.)-An Act to authorize the Southern Kansas Railway Company

of Texas to purchase the Panhandle Railway, and to operate the same under

the charter of the Southern Kansas Railway Company of Texas, as a part

of its own line, with the right to extend the same, and to construct branches

therefrom, by amendment of its charter, under the General Laws of the

State of Texas .

APPROPRIATIONS-DEFICIENCY BILL.

CHAPTER XXVI.

S. H. B. No. 43.]—An Act making appropriations for deficiencies in the appro-

priations heretofore made for the payment of expenses in support of the

State government, from March 1st, 1895, to February 28th, 1899, being for

claims registered in the Comptroller's office in accordance with law, and for

outstanding claims not registered, and for other deficiencies..

DISTRICT COURT-TWENTY-NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.

CHAPTER XXVII.

H. B. No. 649.]-An Act to amend Subdivision 29, of Article 22, Title 4, of the

Revised Civil Statutes of the State of Texas, so as to change the times of

holding the district court in the Twenty-ninth Judicial District, except in

Coryell county, and to extend the time of holding the court in the county

of Erath

B. F. GHOLSON AND J. W. BENSON-PERMISSION TO SUE STATE.

CHAPTER XXVIII.

H. B. No. 400.]—An Act granting permission to B. F. Gholson and J. W. Ben-

son, or their assigns, to bring suit against the State of Texas, in the district

court of Lampasas county, to ascertain the amount, if any, is due them for

services rendered the State as rangers or soldiers..

DENTON COUNTY-ROAD SYSTEM.

CHAPTER XXIX.

H. B. No. 77.]-An Act to provide for a special road law for Denton county,

Texas, to empower the commissioners of said county with special authority

to act as road commissioners for said county with power to purchase teams

and tools for said work; to summon any one subject to road duty; also pro-

viding for penalty for failure to work; also providing for working upon

public roads those who have not paid poll tax; with penalty for failure to

work; also providing for amount that may be paid by each tax-payer in

lieu of work; also compensation for commissioners when engaged in this

duty

TRINITY COUNTY-DISTRICT COURT.

CHAPTER XXXII.

H. B. No. 133.] An Act to amend Section 12, of Article 22, Title 4, of the

Revised Civil Statutes of the State of Texas, changing the time of holding

district court in Trinity county..

CORPORATION COURTS.

CHAPTER XXXIII,

S. S. B. No. 55.]-An Act to establish and create in each of the cities, towns

and villages of this State a State court to be known as the corporation court

in such city, town or village, and to prescribe the jurisdiction and organiza-

tion thereof, and to abolish municipal courts....

APPROPRIATION TO ASSIST AUTHORITIES TO SUPPRESS

SMALLPOX AT LAREDO.

CHAPTER XXXIV.

8. B. No. 262.)—An Act to make an appropriation of two thousand dollars to

assist the local authorities at Laredo, Webb county, Texas, in suppressing

and abating the epidemic of smallpox now raging at that place....

CITY AND COUNTY TREASURERS-REQUIRING THEM TO MAKE

REPORT TO COMPTROLLER.

CHAPTER XXXV.

8. B. No. 34.)-An Act to require city and county treasurers to report condi-

tion of interest and sinking funds to the State Comptroller, to prohibit them

from diverting said funds and providing penalties..

FORTY-SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.

CHAPTER XXXVI.

H. B. No. 146.)—An Act to fix the time for holding the courts in the Forty-

sixth Judicial District, and to repeal all laws in conflict therewith..

TO AMEND ARTICLE 3953, REVISED STATUTES, RELATING TO

ELECTION OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES.

CHAPTER XXXVII.

S. H. B. No. 196.)–An Act to amend Article 3953, Chapter 11, Title 86, of the

Revised Civil Statutes of Texas, and to repeal all laws and parts of laws in

conflict therewith, relating to the election of school trustees..

FIFTY-FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT_TERMS OF COURT.

CHAPTER XXXVIII.

H. B. No. 167.)-An Act to change the times of holding courts in the Fifty-

fourth Judicial District...

PARKER COUNTY-ROAD SYSTEM.

CHAPTER XLI.

H. B. No. 173.)-An Act to create a more efficient road system for Parker

county, Texas, and making the county commissioners of said county ex-

officio road commissioners, and prescribing their duties as such, and pro-

viding for their compensation as road commissioners, and providing for the

appointment of road overseers, and defining their duties, and for the work-

ing of the county convicts upon the roads of said county, and providing for

officers' fees and rewards for the capture of escaped convicts, and author-

izing the working of county convicts partly upon the county convict farm

as well as upon the public roads, or partly upon both, in the discretion of

the commissioners' court, and making provision applicable, as far as prac-

ticable, to conviets when worked on county farms, and to provide for the

summoning of teams for road work and for an allowance of time of road

service for same, and fixing a penalty for a violation of this act, and to

repeal all laws in conflict with this act as to Parker county, and to

authorize the commissioners' court of Parker county to create the office of

superintendent of public roads and highways for Parker county, and to

provide for the election of said superintendent, and defining his duties, and

providing for compensation for said superintendent when elected, and pre-

scribing bond to be given by said officer; providing for the condemnation

of any land needed for the widening, straightening, changing, or draining

of roads; providing for the taking of timber, gravel, earth, stone or other

necessary material for the improvement of roads, and giving persons sum-

moned to work upon roads the right to be relieved from the discharge of

such duty on the payment of specific sums of money herein stipulated;

providing for the collection of such sums of money by road overseers, and

prescribing penalties for failure to comply with the provisions of this act... 51

RAINES AND GRIMES COUNTIES-SCHOOL SYSTEM.

CHAPTER XLII.

H. B. No. 441.]-An Act to transfer Raines and Grimes counties from the

community school system to the district system, and to authorize and

empower the said counties to organize and conduct all of their public free

schools under the district system as provided by the laws now in force..... 57

CORPORATIONS-PERMITTING ORGANIZATION FOR BOARDS OF

TRADE, ETC.

CHAPTER XLIII.

S. B. No. 160.)–An Act to amend Article 642, of the Revised Civil Statutes,

and to add thereto Section 57, regarding the purposes for which private

corporations may be created, so as to authorize the organization of cotton

exchanges, chambers of commerce, and boards of trade.

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