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38th Regular Session (1923) – Governor Pat M. Neff

This list has been compiled from sources available at the Legislative Reference Library and the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. The list is a work in progress; its completeness and accuracy have not been verified.

Bill Caption Document
HB 11 An act to amend Article 151, Title 10, of the Revised Statutes of the State of Texas, relating to the writ for the apprehension of persons who are lunatics or non compos mentis and their detention.   Veto
HB 29 Relating to the adoption of heirs.   Veto
HB 33 Requiring certain goods to be labeled.   Veto
HB 60 Creating Department of Insurance.   Veto
HB 102 An act to provide for revising, digesting, annotating and publishing the civil and criminal laws of the State of Texas.   Veto
HB 110 An act to establish reciprocity between insurance companies organized under the laws of the State of Texas and those of other States or foreign countries.   Veto
HB 168 Creating a permanent Text-book Commission.   Veto
HB 177 An act to amend Article 5645, Chapter 4, Title 86, Revised Statutes of 1911; Chapter 152, of the General Laws of 1897, Acts of the Twenty-fifth Legislature, same being an act to protect accountants, bookkeepers, clerks, artisans, craftsmen, operatives, servants, mechanics, quarrymen, common laborers and farm hands.   Veto
HB 279 Reducing the amount of bond required of depositories of independent districts.   Veto
HB 294 Relating to reorganizing the Forty-sixth and Forty-seventh Judicial Districts and to creating the One Hundredth Judicial District of the State of Texas, and for the appointment of the district judge and district attorney for said One Hundredth Judicial District, providing for holding the district courts and the terms thereof in the Forty-sixth, Forty-seventh and One Hundredth Judicial Districts, respectively, and providing that all process and writs heretofore issued and all recognizances and bonds heretofore made and executed and returnable to existing terms of district court in the counties composing said districts, together with jurors heretofore selected, are valid and returnable to the first term of such court after this Act takes effect, and providing for the continuation of the existing district courts in said counties in session when this Act takes effect to the end of their terms, repealing all conflicting laws.
House Override - House Journal Text
Senate Override - Senate Journal Text
  Veto
HB 309 Relating to constituting Bexar County the Thirty-seventh, Forty-fifth, Fifty-seventh, Seventy-third and Ninety-fourth Judicial District; providing for the present judges of the Thirty-seventh, Forty-fifth, Fifty-seventh and Seventy-third Judicial Districts to continue to hold their offices for the respective terms for which they were elected.
House Override - House Journal Text
Senate Override - Senate Journal Text
  Veto
HB 412 Appropriating certain sum to Carl L. Estes.   Veto
HB 452 Providing for the fixing of an indeterminate sentence upon conviction for a felony.   Veto
HB 565 Relating to reorganizing the Thirtieth and Sixteenth Judicial Districts, and creating the Ninety-seventh Judicial District of the State of Texas, and for the appointment of the district judge for said Ninety-seventh Judicial District; providing for the jurisdiction of said district courts, and providing for the continuation of the existing district courts in said counties in session when this Act takes effect to the end of their terms, repealing all conflicting laws.
House Override - House Journal Text
Senate Override - Senate Journal Text
  Veto
HB 645 Making an appropriation to pay miscellaneous claims.   Veto
SB 21 Providing that defendants may give bond in cases appealed to the Court of Criminal Appeals on requisitions issued by Governor.   Veto
SB 32 An act creating two additional District Courts for Dallas County, defining their jurisdiction, adjusting the business of the existing courts to the business thereof, prescribing the duties of the DIstrict Clerk with respect thereto, repealing all laws and parts of laws in conflict therewith, and declaring an emergency.   Veto
SB 60 An act creating the Ninety-second Judicial District to be composed of the counties of Young, Archer and Clay and fixing the terms of said court.   Veto
SB 92 Relating to prescribing the time and fixing the terms of holding the district courts in the counties composing the Seventy-ninth Judicial District of Texas; creating the Ninety-third Judicial District of Texas to be composed of the county of Hidalgo.
House Override - House Journal Text
Senate Override - Senate Journal Text
  Veto
SB 105 An act to amend Section 2 of Chapter 15 of the General Laws of the State of Texas, being Senate Bill No. 4 of the Acts of the Thirty-first Legislature, passed at its Second Called Session in 1909, and being Article No. 466, Vernon's Sayles' Revised Statutes of the State of Texas, providing for the creation of a State banking board, fixing the number of members thereof, and defining the duties and powers of said board, and declaring an emergency.   Veto
SB 107 Providing for the appointment of the Banking Commission of Texas.   Veto
SB 143 Regulating public service corporations whose rates or charges are fixed by the State.   Veto
SB 151 To amend the law to provide that certain building and loan associations may sell stock in certain cities in Texas.   Veto
SB 152 Relating to creating and establishing a court of record in Bowie County to be called and known as the Texarkana Court at Law; to defining and limiting the jurisdiction and powers of said court, and the territorial limits thereof.
House Override - House Journal Text
Senate Override - Senate Journal Text
  Veto
SB 158 Relating to creating and defining jurisdiction of the Ninety-first Judicial District.
House Override - House Journal Text
Senate Override - Senate Journal Text
  Veto
SB 160 Providing for legal executions by electrocution.   Veto
SB 175 Repealing the law relating to anti-pass law.   Veto
SB 179 Reducing amount of bond required of depositories of independent school districts.   Veto
SB 181 To amend the law relating to independent executors, etc.   Veto
SB 191 Authorizing the incorporation of mutual hail insurance companies.   Veto
SB 197 Relating to creating the Ninth Supreme Judicial District of Texas, and to creating the Tenth Supreme Judicial District of Texas and to providing for the organization of a Court of Civil Appeals within said Tenth Supreme Judicial District and to repealing all laws in conflict herewith.
House Override - House Journal Text
Senate Override - Senate Journal Text
  Veto
SB 198 Giving certain authority to street and suburban railways.   Veto
SB 210 Relating to providing that any corporation formed under Subdivisions 1, 2 and 3, Article 1121 of said Revised Civil Statutes, may increase the number of its directors or trustees to not more than seventy-five, instead of not more than twenty-five, as now provided.
Governor sent this veto message because this was a duplicate of another bill he signed; bill with same bill number, same caption passed as Chapter 126.
  Veto
SB 244 Creating a new Court of Civil Appeals at Eastland.   Veto
SB 251 To amend the law forbidding trustees or teachers to be interested in the sale of text books.   Veto
SB 278 Relating to creating the 96th Judicial District of Texas, and establishing a new civil district court within the limits of Tarrant County, additional to the district courts now organized and operating in said county; fixing the terms of said court.
House Override - House Journal Text
Senate Override - Senate Journal Text
  Veto
SB 300 Relating to proceedings before any commissioner.   Veto
SB 317 To amend Article 1017, Chapter 11, Title 22, of the Revised Civil Statutes of 1911.   Veto
SB 338 Fixing the time of holding court in the 52nd Judicial District.   Veto
SB 357 Releasing the property of the Timpson and Henderson Railway from certain taxes.   Veto
SB 369 Providing that county judges may authorize the payment of premiums on bonds of guardians.   Veto
SB 418 Granting certain lands to city of Austin for municipal State park.   Veto
HCR 31 Providing for committee to make Prison System survey.   Veto

Information about Vetoed Bills is unofficial and is provided as a public service by the Texas Legislative Reference Library. The Texas Legislative Reference Library makes no representation as to its completeness or accuracy and makes no warranty in regards to its use. Users assume all risk of reliance on the table.