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" The members of the House of Representatives shall be apportioned among the several counties, according to the number of population in each, as nearly as may be... "
The American Almanac and Repository of Useful Knowledge for the Year ... - Page 321
by Jared Sparks, Johann Schobert, Francis Bowen, George Partridge Sanger - 1847
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A School History of Texas: From Its Discovery in 1685 to 1893. For the Use ...

John Henry Brown, Mrs. Mary Mitchel Brown - Texas - 1894 - 318 pages
...county shall be entitled to more than one senator. SEC. 26. The members of the house of representatives shall be apportioned among the several counties, according to the number of population in each, as nearly as may be, on a ratio obtained by dividing the population of the state....
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American constitutions: comprising the Declaration of Independence ..., Volume 2

New York (State). Constitutional Convention, George A. Glynn - Law - 1894
...county shall be entitled to more than one Senator. Sec. 20. The members of the House of Representatives shall be apportioned among the several counties, according to the number of population in each, as nearly as may be, on a ratio obtained by dividing the population of the State,...
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Documentary material relating to the history of Iowa, Volume 1

State Historical Society of Iowa, University of Iowa - Iowa - 1895
...shall, at the first regular session of the General Assembly after such enumeration, be fixed by law, and apportioned among the several counties according to the number of white inhabitants in each, and [the General Assembly] shall also, at every subsequent regular session, apportion the House of...
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Iowa, Its Constitution and Laws

Silas Matteson Weaver - Iowa - 1897 - 117 pages
...making such enumeration, and the next session following each United States census, be fixed by law, and apportioned among the several counties, according to the number of [white} inhabitants in each. 73 74 75 [Amended by striking out the word "white" at the general election in 1868.] SEC. 35. The Senate...
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History and civil government of Iowa

Homer Horatio Seerley, Leonard Woods Parish, Burke Aaron Hinsdale - Iowa - 1897 - 388 pages
...making such enumeration, and the next session following each United States census, be fixed by law, and apportioned among the several counties, according to the number of (white) inhabitants in each. (Amended by striking out the word "white" at the general election in 1868). Compare the frequency of...
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Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois, Volume 1

Newton Bateman, Paul Selby - Chicago (Ill.) - 1900 - 608 pages
...number of Representatives reached 100. Thereafter the number was neither increased nor diminished, but apportioned among the several counties according to the number of white inhabitants. Should it be found necessary, a single district might be formed out of two or more counties. The Constitution...
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Constitution of the State of Texas: Adopted by the Constitutional Convention ...

Texas, Decatur Boynton Axtell - Constitutional law - 1901 - 409 pages
...Lytlle v. Half Bros., 75 T., 128, 12 SWR, 612. SEC. 26. The members of the house of representatives shall be apportioned among the several counties, according to the number of population in each, as nearly as may be, on a ratio obtained by dividing the population of the state,...
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The Constitution of the State of Iowa: With an Historical Introduction

Iowa, Benjamin Franklin Shambaugh - 1902 - 105 pages
...making such enumeration, and the next session following each United States census, be fixed by law, and apportioned among the several counties, according to the number of [white} inhabitants in each. [Amended by striking out the word "white" in 1868.] SEC. 35. The Senate shall not consist of more than...
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Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois

William A. Lorimer - Illinois - 1903 - 798 pages
...number of Representatives reached 100. Thereafter the number was neither increased nor diminished, but apportioned among the several counties according to the number of white inhabitants. Should it be found necessary, a single district might be formed out of two or more counties. The Constitution...
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The Iowa Journal of History and Politics

1904
...shall, at the first regular session of the General Assembly after such enumeration, be fixed by law, and apportioned among the several counties according to the number of white inhabitants in each, and [the General Assembly] shall also, at every subsequent regular session, apportion the House of...
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