Journal of the House of Representatives ..., Volume 20

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State Printers., 1888 - Law
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Page 194 - And that the sum of one hundred thousand dollars be, and the same is hereby, appropriated to defray the expenses of missions and negotiations, to agree upon the terms...
Page 65 - ... five years, one for four years, one for three years, one for two years, and one for one year, and thereafter as the terms of office expire in each year one member for a term of five years.
Page 301 - An Act to provide for the Purchase of a Site for, and the Establishment, Location and Construction of a Branch Asylum in North Texas, for the Care and Treatment of the Insane, and to make an appropriation therefor.
Page 55 - The support of any benevolent, charitable, educational, or missionary undertaking. 3. The support of any literary or scientific undertaking, the maintenance of a library, or the promotion of painting, music, or other fine arts. 4. The encouragement of agriculture and horticulture.
Page 152 - An act to provide for the purchase of a site for, and the establishment, location and construction of an asylum in Southwestern Texas for the care and treatment of the insane and to make an appropriation therefor...
Page 115 - Bills to whom was referred House bill No. 1, entitled: An act to provide for the levy and collection of an...
Page 301 - Corps, including the right to retirement as in the case of other officers, and there shall be one dental officer for every thousand of the total strength of the...
Page 29 - Sections four and five (4 and 5) in this Article of the Constitution, and the Legislature shall have no power to appropriate the university fund for any other purpose than that of the maintenance of said universities, and the Legislature shall, at an early day, make such provisions by law as will organize and put into operation the university.
Page 190 - Sealy, deceased, shall agree to construct on said block, at a cost of not less than fifty thousand dollars, a medical hospital, which, when completed, is to be donated to the medical branch of the University of Texas, and to be under the control of the board of regents of said university: Provided further, That this loan shall be in full payment and satisfaction of all claims of the University of Texas against the State of Texas for moneys drawn from the university fund by said State.
Page 206 - ... to be read on three several days, and that this act take effect and be in force immediately from and after its passage, and it is so enacted.

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