Constitution of Texas (1845) (Joining the U.S.)

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Land Office.

SEC. 1. There shall be one general land office in the State, which shall be at the seat of government, where all titles which have heretofore emanated, or may hereafter emanate, from government, shall be registered; and the legislature may establish, from time to time, such subordinate offices as they may deem requisite.