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36th 2nd Called Session
June 23, 1919 - July 22, 1919

Leadership

Governor: William P. Hobby -  Vetoes

Lieutenant Governor: Willard Arnold Johnson

Speaker(s) of the House: Robert Ewing Thomason 

Special Session Topics

 Proclamations   Addresses

  • Establishing and fixing the salaries of all officers, superintendents and employes of the State government and State institutions of the State of Texas. [Mon Jun 23, 1919]
  • Make appropriation for the support of the State Government and for the Public Service for the fiscal years beginning September 1st, 1919, and ending August 31, 1921. [Mon Jun 23, 1919]
  • Granting cities and towns power to reassess the cost of street and sidewalk improvements where prior assessment is erroneous or declared void; and authorizing such assessments where no previous assessment has ever been made; authorizing the procedure therefor... [Tue Jun 24, 1919]
  • Amending Chapter 60 of the General Laws of the State of Texas, passed at the Regular Session of the Thirty-fifth Legislature of the State of Texas, and being an Act supplementing the Act creating the Livestock Sanitary Commission for the State of Texas... [Wed Jun 25, 1919]
  • Creating the Enloe Independent School District in Delta County, Texas, including the present existing Enloe Independent School District... [Wed Jun 25, 1919]
  • Creating the Forney Independent School District in Kaufman County, Texas... [Wed Jun 25, 1919]
  • Establishing and creating a Criminal Judicial District of Tarrant County, Texas... [Wed Jun 25, 1919]
  • Providing for a Board of Permanent Road Commissioners for Titus County, Texas, its powers and duties; validating an election held in said county on March 15, A. D. 1919, whereat a two-thirds majority of the property taxpaying voters of said county voting at said election voted for the issuance of the coupon bonds of said county to the amount of one million dollars and the levy, assessment and collection of an annual tax against all taxable property within said county at a rate sufficient to pay the principal and interest thereof and all proceedings had by the commissioners' court of said county concerning said bonds; authorizing the commissioners' court of said county to issue said bonds; repealing all special laws heretofore passed for Titus County, Texas... [Wed Jun 25, 1919]
  • Providing for the sale, development and patenting of mineral deposits, placers, veins, lodes or any rock or aqueous solutions carrying metallic or non-metallic substances of value excepting oil, natural gas, coal and lignite... [Wed Jun 25, 1919]
  • Repealing House Bill No. 531, Chapter 45, Special Laws of the Thirty-fourth Legislature of the State of Texas, 1915, the same being an act creating a special road law for Camp County, Texas. [Wed Jun 25, 1919]
  • Validating all sales of public free school land made on October 22, 1903 in quantities not exceeding forty acres, and same having been fully paid for. [Wed Jun 25, 1919]
  • Adding to and making a part of the Irene Independent School District in Hill and Navarro Counties, Texas... [Thu Jun 26, 1919]
  • Amending Article 2429, Revised Civil Statutes of the State of Texas, 1911, as amended by Chapter 145, Acts of the Thirty-sixth Legislature, providing the method of remitting State funds to State depositories and the State Treasury; repealing all laws and parts of laws in conflict therewith... [Thu Jun 26, 1919]
  • Amending Chapter 68, House Bill No. 534, enacted by the Thirty-sixth Legislature at its Regular Session, creating the Pharr-San Juan Independent School District... [Thu Jun 26, 1919]
  • Amending Chapter 85, House Bill No. 603, enacted by the Thirty-sixth Legislature at its Regular Session, creating Edinburg Independent School District in Hidalgo County, Texas... [Thu Jun 26, 1919]
  • Amending House Bill No. 500, an Act passed by the Regular Session of the Thirty-sixth Legislature of the State of Texas, to create a more effective road system for Hill County, Texas... [Thu Jun 26, 1919]
  • Amending Section 1 of the special act entitled, 'An Act enlarging and giving boundaries of Independent School District No. 1, Sterling County, for school purposes'... [Thu Jun 26, 1919]
  • Amending Section 12 of Chapter 10 of the local and special laws passed by the Regular Session of the Thirty-fifth Legislature, the same being an act to authorize and empower Lamar County or any political subdivision or defined district of said county by a vote of two-thirds majority of the resident property tax-payers qualified voters of such county or political subdivision or defined district thereof voting thereof to issue bonds to any amount not exceeding one fourth of the assessed valuation of the real property of such political subdivision or defined district and to levy and collect taxes... [Thu Jun 26, 1919]
  • Amending Section 25, Chapter 12, General Laws, First Called Session of the Thirty-fifth Legislature, approved May 17, 1917, so as to provide that the commissioners court of a county not having a sufficient number of licensed veterinarians, may appoint and designate a person or persons resident of said county to administer hog cholera virus without first securing a permit for the use of same from the Live Stock Sanitary Commission of Texas... [Thu Jun 26, 1919]
  • Amending Sections 18, 20, 23, 27 and 30 of the Special Road Laws for Smith County, Texas... [Thu Jun 26, 1919]
  • Creating and incorporating the Gomez Independent School District in Terry County, Texas... [Thu Jun 26, 1919]
  • Creating and incorporating the Tokio Independent School District in Terry County, Texas... [Thu Jun 26, 1919]
  • Creating the China Independent School District in Jefferson County, Texas, defining its boundaries... [Thu Jun 26, 1919]
  • Creating the Leesland Independent School District in Cameron County, Texas, and defining it boundaries... [Thu Jun 26, 1919]
  • Creating the Rangerville Independent School District in Cameron County, Texas, and defining its boundaries... [Thu Jun 26, 1919]
  • Creating the Santa Maria Independent School District, in Cameron County, Texas... [Thu Jun 26, 1919]
  • Creating, establishing, and incorporating Hidalgo Common School District No. 15, in Hidalgo County, Texas... [Thu Jun 26, 1919]
  • Fixing the compensation for the official shorthand reporter in the third judicial district of Texas... [Thu Jun 26, 1919]
  • Giving to the owner of any real estate or interest therein sold under execution, order of sale, deed of trust, mortgage or other contract lien, the right to redeem the same at any time in one year from the date of sale, by paying to the purchaser the amount of purchase money paid, together with interest thereon... [Thu Jun 26, 1919]
  • Levying a state ad valorem tax for school purposes; making an appropriation of the funds so raised for the years ending August 31, 1920 and August 31, 1921; providing that from the funds arising under said tax the State Board of Education shall set apart an amount sufficient to purchase and distribute the necessary school books for the use of the pupils of this State for the scholastic year; repealing all laws in conflict herewith... [Thu Jun 26, 1919]
  • Providing for the conservation of natural resources of the State, popularly known as the conservation and reclamation amendment; amending and perfecting the irrigation laws of Texas. [Thu Jun 26, 1919]
  • Relating to dogs... [Thu Jun 26, 1919]
  • Amending Article 1390, Title 28, Chapter 5, of the Revised Civil Statutes of the State of Texas of 1911, relating to the proceedings for the removal of county seat so as to provide that in all counties having not more than 150 freeholders and qualified voters, the application for the election for said purpose shall be held sufficient when it shall have been signed by a majority of the resident freeholders and qualified voters of the county... [Fri Jun 27, 1919]
  • Amending Article 7305 of the Revised Civil Statutes of Texas, 1911, as the same was amended by Chapter 114 of the Acts of the Regular Session of the Thirty-fifth Legislature, relating to the inspection of hides and animals... [Fri Jun 27, 1919]
  • Amending Article 7819 of the Revised Civil Statutes of the State of Texas, 1911, as the same was amended by Chapter 37, of the General Laws of the First Called Session of the Thirty-third Legislature, relating to public warehouses and public warehousemen... [Fri Jun 27, 1919]
  • Creating an independent school district to be known as 'Gallatin Independent School District' in Cherokee County, Texas... [Fri Jun 27, 1919]
  • Creating the Bloomington independent school district in Victoria County, Texas... [Fri Jun 27, 1919]
  • Creating the Crosby Independent School District in Harris County [Fri Jun 27, 1919]
  • Creating the Pflugerville Independent School District in Travis and Williamson Counties, Texas... [Fri Jun 27, 1919]
  • Creating the Three P Independent School District in Fannin County [Fri Jun 27, 1919]
  • Defining boundaries of Woodrow Common School District No. 21 in Lubbock County [Fri Jun 27, 1919]
  • Emergency appropriation for the General Land Office for the fiscal year ending August 31, 1919. [Fri Jun 27, 1919]
  • Enlarging the Zephyr independent school district in Brown County, Texas... [Fri Jun 27, 1919]
  • Establishing school district No. 6, in San Patricio County, Texas... [Fri Jun 27, 1919]
  • Granting cities and towns power to re-assess the cost of street and side-walk improvements where prior assessment is erroneous or declared void... [Fri Jun 27, 1919]
  • Granting to Fannin County a more efficient road law [Fri Jun 27, 1919]
  • Improving the general Health Laws of Texas. [Fri Jun 27, 1919]
  • Increasing salaries of Railroad Commissioners to $6000 per year... [Fri Jun 27, 1919]
  • Preventing persons who have given a mortgage on personal property for the purchase of said property, if such mortgage lien has been recorded, from removing or allowing same to be removed... [Fri Jun 27, 1919]
  • Relating to compensation of official shorthand reporters [Fri Jun 27, 1919]
  • Repealing House Bill No. 631, Chapter 94, Special Laws of the Regular Session of the Thirty-sixth Legislature, State of Texas. [Fri Jun 27, 1919]
  • Requiring owners and operators of oil and gas wells to report to the Railroad Commission of Texas the amount of oil and gas produced and disposed of... [Fri Jun 27, 1919]
  • Requiring those engaged in the business of a wholesale or retail dealer of pistols or in the business of leasing or renting pistols to make quarterly reports to the Comptroller... [Fri Jun 27, 1919]
  • Authorizing State Prison Commission to acquire the necessary forms of property and essential equipment for the manufacture and production of road building material, and utilizing State prison labor [Sat Jun 28, 1919]
  • Inviting attention to HCR 3, 36th 2nd C.S., directing heads of various departments of State government to re-employ all soldiers holding honorable discharges, submitting replies from respective departments [Sat Jun 28, 1919]
  • Placing all employment in the service of the State upon a basis of competency and individual merit [Sat Jun 28, 1919]
  • Adding to and making a part of the Raymondville Independent School District of Cameron County, Texas, certain lands and territory adjoining thereto situated in Cameron County, Texas, etc... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Adding to and making a part of the Rio Hondo Independent School District of Cameron County, Texas, certain lands and territory situated in Cameron County, Texas... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Amending Article 1202 of the Code of Criminal Procedure of the State of Texas of 1911, as amended by Section 8, Chapter 112 of the Acts of the Regular Session of the Thirty-third Legislature, approved April 2, 1913, and as amended by Chapter 91 of the Acts of the Regular Session of the Thirty-sixth Legislature, so as to fix the salaries of probation officers in this State... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Amending Article 3889 of the Revised Civil Statutes of 1911, as amended by House Bill No. 449, Chapter 158 of the Regular Session of the Thirty-sixth Legislature of the State of Texas, fixing the maximum fees that may be retained by the county judge, sheriff, clerk of the county court, county attorney, clerk of the district court, collector of taxes, justice of the peace and constable in counties having a population of less than twenty-five thousand, providing that this Act shall not apply to counties with a population under twenty-five thousand; that constitute a judicial district. [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Amending Article 6272, Title 105, Chapter 2, of the Revised Civil Statutes, of 1911, defining indigency as provided by the Civil Statutes in said Title 105, Chapter 2, and fixing fees of county judges for hearing Confederate pension... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Amending Article 6923, Chapter 3, Title 119 of the Revised Civil Statutes of the State of Texas, 1911, providing that the Commissioners' Court in each county fix the amount to be collected by road overseers from road hands in lieu of service. [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Amending certain laws of the Thirty-third Legislature creating a more efficient road system for Falls County, Texas... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Amending Chapter 16 of the General Laws of the Regular Session of the Thirty-fifth Legislature, as shown on page 26 thereof, and as amended by Chapter 58 of the same Legislature, as shown on page 103 thereof, relating to the creation of a Juvenile Board for certain counties in this State... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Amending Chapter 94 of the laws passed at the Regular Session of the Thirty-sixth Legislature being an act, approved on March 20, 1919, so as to make it the duty of commissioners courts to provide suitable places in the court house for holding of the justice court in precincts containing twenty-five thousand inhabitants or more, located at the county seat... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Amending Section 1 of House Bill No. 606, Chapter 70, of the Special Laws of Texas, passed at the Regular Session of the Thirty-fifth Legislature of the State of Texas, and approved March 26, 1917, entitled: 'An Act creating and incorporating the Wilmer Independent School District, Dallas County, Texas, etc.'. [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Amending Section 1, of Chapter 159 of the laws passed at the Regular Session of the Thirty-sixth Legislature, establishing a State Home for Neglected and Dependent Children, so as to provide that the Lieutenant Governor, instead of the Governor shall be a member of the Board to select a site for said institution... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Amending Section 2 of Chapter 54, House Bill No. 432 of the Special Laws of the State of Texas, passed by the Regular Session of the Thirty-first Legislature and approved March 16, 1909, entitled an Act creating an Independent School District in the County of Ellis. [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Amending Section 8, Chapter 139, of the General Laws of the State of Texas, passed by the Thirty-sixth Legislature at its regular session, denominated 'an Act to create the Eighty-eighth judicial district'. [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Amending Sections 1 and 15 of Chapter 81 of the General Laws of the State of Texas, passed by the Fourth Called Session of the Thirty-fifth Legislature, approved April 3, 1918, creating the Commission of Appeals of the State of Texas... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Amending Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9, of Chapter 83 of the Acts of the Thirty-fifth Legislature, approved on the 16th day of March, 1917, as amended by Chapter 170 of the same session of the Legislature, which last chapter was approved March 31st, 1917, pertaining to the prospecting for and development of minerals in the Public Free School Lands, University Asylum, and other public lands and waters... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Amending Sections 2 and 8, Senate Bill No. 312, Chapter 6; of the local and special Acts of the Regular Session of the Thirty-fourth Legislature, creating the La Porte Independent School District... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Amending the Rockwall County road laws. [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Amending Title 8, Chapter 2, of the code of Criminal Procedure of the State of Texas, by adding to said Chapter 3 articles to be known as Article 657a, 657b and 657c, providing that in all capital cases the county or district attorney prosecuting same, may file a waver of the death penalty, and the court may in his discretion refuse a special venire, when said waiver is filed... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Appointing a joint committee to confer with the Honorable Board of Prison Commissioners and the Honorable Board of Pardon Advisers and the Governor about betterment of the prison system, abuses in administration of the parole law, commercialization of prison labor [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Authorizing and directing the Secretary of State to exchange court reports, Session acts, and other publications of the State for like publications of other States, and of the United States and of foreign countries, for the benefit of the Law Library of the University of Texas... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Authorizing corporations incorporated to guarantee land titles and indemnify the holders thereof against loss by reason of defects in title... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Authorizing the sale of certain lands and flats in and under the waters of Matagorda Bay, belonging to the State of Texas, adjacent and contiguous to the William Simpson League, in Matagorda County, Texas... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Creating and establishing the Phenix Independent School District in Kaufman County, Texas... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Creating and incorporating the Desoto Independent School District in Dallas County, Texas... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Creating the Board of Public Printing; provide for a secretary who shall also be State Expert Printer, and fixing his salary; providing clerical help for the State Expert Printer; to provide for the lettering of contracts for printing, binding and furnishing stationery and other supplies; to authorize the secretary of state to employ the necessary help for the expeditious printing and mailing of the laws; to repeal all laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Creating the Los Indios Independent School District in Cameron County, Texas... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Creating the Lovelady School District in Houston County, Texas... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Defining and regulating the practice of veterinary medicines, surgery, dentistry, creating a Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners for the examining and licensing of veterinary physicians and surgeons, dentists, and prescribing their powers, duties and qualifications... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Defining junk dealers; to require such dealers, to keep a record of junk transactions; to forbid the purchase of certain articles by such dealers from minors; to prescribe penalties... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Establishing a State Athletic Commission regulating the art of boxing and sparring exhibitions or performances in the State of Texas. [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Exempting Colorado County from the provisions of Chapter 60, General Laws of the Regular Session, Thirty-fifth Legislature, 1917, and to postpone the eradication of ticks in said county until January 1, 1922... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Fixing the time of holding the courts in the Sixty-fourth Judicial District of Texas, and to validate all process, bonds and recognizances heretofore taken in the courts of said district and all judgments therein rendered, or to be rendered, and repealing all laws in conflict herewith... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Granting to the city of Rockport, Texas, all right, title and interest of the State of Texas, to certain land lying and being situated under the waters of Aransas Bay... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Making an appropriation of one hundred and eighty-five thousand dollars to reimburse the Board of Regents of the University of Texas for expenditures made at Camp Mabry, Texas and remaining on hand unpaid at the close of the war, out of the University available fund, in pursuance of Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 12, passed at the Fourth Called Session of the Thirty-fifth Legislature... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Placing all employment in the service of the State upon a basis of competency and individual merit [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Providing for the construction of a road and highway in and through the San Jacinto State Park, and to provide for the use of convict labor for the construction of such road and highway, and to appropriate out of the general revenue, not heretofore appropriated, the sum of twenty thousand dollars for the construction and maintenance of such road... [Mon Jun 30, 1919]
  • Amending An Act creating the Follette Independent School District of Lipscomb County, Texas... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Amending an Act entitled 'An Act to establish and create a criminal district court for Bowie County'... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Amending An Act Entitled, 'An Act to incorporate the City of Texarkana, Texas, as a city of the first class, as a city of 10,000 and over inhabitants, to grant said city a special charter'... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Amending Art. 1206 of the Revised Civil Statutes of 1911, so as to provide that the dissolution of a corporation shall not operate to abate any pending suit and so as to provide that suit may be maintained against the corporation... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Amending Art. 5648 of the Revised Civil Statutes of 1911, so as to limit the time in which a person under 21 years of age, or in the military or naval service of the United States, in time of war, or of unsound mind, or imprisoned, may institute suit for recovery of real estate... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Amending Article 2909 (f), Title 48, Chapter 20, of the Revised Civil Statutes of the State of Texas, so as to provide that any Text Book Contractor shall make a bond of Twenty Thousand ($20,000.00) Dollars... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Amending Article 3871, Revised Civil Statutes of the State of Texas, 1911, as the same was amended by Chapter 158, Acts of the Regular Session of the Thirty-sixth Legislature relating to the compensation to be paid the assessor of taxes for assessing taxes for the State, County, drainage districts, road districts, or other political subdivisions of the county... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Amending Article 657 of the Revised Civil Statutes of 1911, relating to the issuance of funding bonds by counties; providing for the rate of interest such bonds may bear; the maturity of same... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Amending Article 7220 of the Revised Civil Statutes of 1911 providing that the returns of election for preventing hogs and certain other animals from running at large shall be tabulated and counted in the same manner as provided for all general elections in the State of Texas and further validating all such elections held in any county of this State where such election has been held upon proper petition presented to the Commissioner's Court, upon proper order and notice of such election, and where a majority of the free-holders voting at such election have voted in favor of same... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Amending Chapter 57 of the General Laws of the State of Texas, passed at the Regular Session of the Thirty-fifth Legislature of Texas relating to county libraries. [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Amending Section 1 of the Acts of the Regular Session of the Thirty-sixth Legislature, creating the Garwood Independent School District in Colorado County, Texas... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Amending Section 1, Article 1984a, Chapter 59, Page 113 of the Acts of the Regular Session of the Thirty-sixth Legislature of 1913, relating to the submission of Special Issues in the Trial of Civil Cases. [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Amending Section 1, Chapter 150, Acts of the General Laws of the State of Texas, passed by the Thirty-sixth Legislature, denominated 'An Act to amend Section 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, of Chapter 35, Acts of the Twenty-ninth Legislature, which is an act to regulate the sale of cocaine and other drugs'... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Amending Section 1, Chapter 67, Special Laws of Texas, Acts of the Thirty-first Legislature, Regular Session, entitled 'An Act creating Hamlin Independent School District in Jones County'... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Amending Section 2 of House Bill No. 25, passed by the Thirty-third Legislature at the Regular Session, 1913, and approved April 7, 1913, as amended by Chapter 86 of the General Laws of the Regular Session of the Thirty-sixth Legislature, approved March 20, 1919, relating to the prorating of the appropriations providing that women now widows, who were the wives of Confederate soldiers and sailors and who after the death of such soldiers or sailors have remarried, may be eligible to the grant of the pension... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Changing the name of the forty-fourth judicial district court of Texas to "The Dallas County District Court of Domestic Relations" and restricting the jurisdiction in part, and providing for the transfer of cases between the fourteenth and sixty-eighth district courts; and providing for the Dallas County District Court of Domestic Relations to sit as a 'Juvenile Court' and increasing the number and the duties of the probation officers for Dallas County... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Creating and establishing a court for the trial of criminal causes and offenses of a criminal nature arising within the City of Port Arthur, Texas, and to prescribe its organization, jurisdiction and procedure of other, to conform with the jurisdiction and procedure of other courts thereto, to repeal laws in conflict herewith... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Creating the Bermond Independent School District of Robertson County, Texas... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Creating Warran Independent School District in Tyler County, Texas... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Defining live stock commission merchants... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Diminishing the civil and criminal jurisdiction of the county court of Tyler County... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Establishing Common School District No. 45, in Freestone County, Texas... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Exempting Uvalde County from hide inspection law. [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Leasing islands, salt water lakes, bays, inlets, reefs and marshes, owned by the State within tide water limits, and that portion of the Gulf of Mexico within the jurisdiction of the State of Texas, for the production of oil and natural gas... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Prohibiting the teaching of the German Language in any school in Texas... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Providing an adequate method of regulating the practice of civil engineering and surveying in the State... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Providing for a service medal for the soldiers, sailors, marines and others who were part of the armed forces of the United States or of Texas during the years 1917 and 1918... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Regulating the sale of and defining agricultural and garden seeds and mixed seeds... [Tue Jul 1, 1919]
  • Adding to Chapter 16, Title 48, R. S. 1911, Articles 2851a, 2851b, 2851c, 2851d, 2851e, providing for an election by the qualified voters in a town or village incorporated for free school purposes only, under the general law for the purpose of authorizing an incorporated for free school purposes only... [Wed Jul 2, 1919]
  • Amending Article 2781 of the Revised Civil Statutes of 1911 of the State of Texas in regard to salaries of public school teachers. [Wed Jul 2, 1919]
  • Amending Article 3204 of the Revised Civil Statutes of the State of Texas of 1911, so as to authorize the Governor to employ counsel to file escheat proceedings, in addition to the authority already therein conferred upon the Governor... [Wed Jul 2, 1919]
  • Amending Chapter 104, Acts of the Thirty-fifth Legislature, 1915, by providing for registration and statistical reports of teachers, superintendents, principals and other school officers in all schools supported wholly or partly by the State of Texas and providing for the withholding of the salary of said teachers, superintendents, principals and other school officers until such reports are made... [Wed Jul 2, 1919]
  • Amending Chapter 130, of the laws of the Thirtieth Legislature of the State of Texas, 1907, by adding Section 91b, providing that, under emergency conditions transfers of the State school apportionment of a child of school age may be made from any county of the State to any other county of the State, with the approval of the State Superintendent and of the State Board of Education, and that children so transferred shall share in the apportionment of the county funds of the county to which they are transferred. [Wed Jul 2, 1919]
  • Amending or changing the present laws so as to provide such method of management of the Prison System as in your judgment may be deemed best. [Wed Jul 2, 1919]
  • Amending Section 3, of Chapter 78, of the Acts of the Thirty-sixth Legislature of the State of Texas, so as to require the clerk of the court of civil appeals to collect and pay into the Treasury of the State of Texas, all cost and fees that are to be collected, and that are collected by said clerks. [Wed Jul 2, 1919]
  • Amending Section 4753, Chapter 2, Title 71 of the Revised Civil Statute of the State of Texas, relating to deposits of life insurance companies organized under the laws of this State of securities to the Commissioner of Insurance and Banking of the State of Texas for the protection of its policy holders and authorizing the delivery of such securities to the Commissioner of Insurance and Banking of the State of the domicile of a company which may have assumed the obligations to said policy holders... [Wed Jul 2, 1919]
  • Amending Section 7, House Bill No. 97, passed by the First Called Session of the Thirty-fifth Legislature, and amended at the regular session of the Thirty-sixth Legislature, March 18, 1919, and approved by the Governor March 24, 1919, providing certain manner of marking bales of cotton ginned by each and every ginner, and providing that the quality of bagging shall at all times be such that the marking thereon will under ordinary conditions remain intact and visible, and providing for the closing of any cut made in the bale of cotton for sampling or other purposes... [Wed Jul 2, 1919]
  • Amending Sections 1 and 4 of House Bill No. 48, Chapter 19, Acts of the Regular Session of the Thirty-fifth Legislature, creating the cedar Bayou Independent School District... [Wed Jul 2, 1919]
  • Amending Sections 1, 2, 3, 6, and 8, Chapter 49 of the General Laws of the Thirty-fourth Legislature, by raising the age limit of compulsory attendance to fifteen years... [Wed Jul 2, 1919]
  • Amending Sections 2 and 4, of Chapter 146 Special Laws of the Thirty-third Legislature, 1913, reciting powers and penalties of the Kyle Independent School District and changing the number of school trustees from three to seven. [Wed Jul 2, 1919]
  • Creating a more efficient road system for Kaufman County... [Wed Jul 2, 1919]
  • Creating the Calhoun Independent School District in Colorado County, Texas... [Wed Jul 2, 1919]
  • Creating the Gulf Independent School District in Matagorda County, Texas... [Wed Jul 2, 1919]
  • Creating the Van Independent School District in Van Zandt County, Texas... [Wed Jul 2, 1919]
  • Increasing the civil jurisdiction of the county court of Scurry County... [Wed Jul 2, 1919]
  • Making any and all changes necessary in the present law to assist the State in enforcing its rights in compelling compliance with and specific performance of the original lease contract and option to buy the Blue Ridge Farm. [Wed Jul 2, 1919]
  • Making it unnecessary to publish or post the delinquent tax rolls of the various counties of the State of Texas in order to bring suit for the collection of delinquent taxes due state and County... [Wed Jul 2, 1919]
  • Parole Laws of Texas. [Wed Jul 2, 1919]
  • Planting pecan and other trees along the public roads, and about the premises of all State public institutions and public school grounds, and to provide for the preparation of pecan nuts for such planting... [Wed Jul 2, 1919]
  • Amending Article 1121, Chapter 2, Title 25, of the Revised Civil statutes of the State of Texas, relating to private corporations... [Thu Jul 3, 1919]
  • Amending Article 6292 of the Revised Civil statutes of Texas, 1911, providing that the Board of Pharmacy shall be entitled to charge and collect the following fees... [Thu Jul 3, 1919]
  • Amending Article 6901a of Chapter 29, Acts of the Thirty-fifth Legislature passed at the Fourth Called Session as amended by Chapter 98, Acts of the Thirty-sixth Legislature at its Regular Session, fixing the compensation of county commissioners in counties having a population of more than 100,000, and fixing the compensation of county commissioners in counties having less than 29,000 population... [Thu Jul 3, 1919]
  • Amending Articles 2763 and 2766 inclusive of the Revised Civil Statutes of 1911, providing that, whenever practicable, counties hitherto served by ex officio county superintendents, shall be combined into convenient groups with other counties, each group to be served by one school superintendent, providing for the organization of said groups by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, subject to the approval of county boards or of the State Board of Education, providing for the election and compensation of said superintendent, and for office assistants... [Thu Jul 3, 1919]
  • Amending Sections 1, 4, 5, and 13 of Chapter 44 of the General Laws passed at the First Called Session of the Thirty-fifth Legislature, including changes in regard to the time of meeting of the State Text Book Commission and providing that the State shall make uniform adoptions of additional high school text books... [Thu Jul 3, 1919]
  • Creating a county highway board for Rains County... [Thu Jul 3, 1919]
  • Creating the London Independent School District, known as Common School District No. 2, in Nueces County, Texas... [Thu Jul 3, 1919]
  • Creating the Rusk Independent School District in Cherokee County, Texas... [Thu Jul 3, 1919]
  • Exempting Newton, San Augustine, Jasper, Angelina and Sabine counties from the provisions of Chapter 60, General Laws of the Regular Session, Thirty-fifth Legislature, 1917, and to postpone the eradication of ticks in said counties until January 1, 1922... [Thu Jul 3, 1919]
  • Fixing a uniform date on which county and precinct officers shall qualify and take over the duties of their respective offices, following their election, and to repeal all laws in conflict therewith... [Thu Jul 3, 1919]
  • Incorporating the Rucker Independent School District in Comanche County, Texas... [Thu Jul 3, 1919]
  • Providing for the redemption by the owner, of land or lots heretofore sold, or that may be hereafter sold to the State, city or town for taxes... [Thu Jul 3, 1919]
  • Punishing the making of or use of materially false statements in writing respecting financial conditions for the purpose of obtaining money, property or credit, when such money, property or credit amount to more than fifty dollars; when such statements are made directly or indirectly; making such an offense a felony and prescribing the punishment therefor. [Thu Jul 3, 1919]
  • Requiring all persons who are employed in the public free schools of the State to pledge in writing and upon oath their allegiance to the United States and to the State of Texas... [Thu Jul 3, 1919]
  • Validating all common school districts in the State heretofore created... [Thu Jul 3, 1919]
  • Amending Articles 3881, 3882, 3883, 3889 and 3903 of the Revised Civil Statutes of the State of Texas of 1911, as amended by the Thirty-third Legislature at its regular session, Chapter 121 and Chapter 142 and as amended by Chapter 55 of the Regular Session of the Thirty-fifth Legislature, and as amended by Chapter 158 of the Regular Session of the Thirty-sixth Legislature; relating to the maximum amount of fees to be retained by district and county officers... [Sat Jul 5, 1919]
  • Amending Chapter 203 Acts of the Regular Session of the Thirty-fifth Legislature, amending Articles 637a, 637b and 637c of the Revised Civil Statutes of the State of Texas relating to the issuance of bonds by counties for the purpose of purchasing or taking over improved roads already constructed in any road district or districts therein and the further construction of macadamized, graveled and paved roads and turnpikes throughout the county. [Sat Jul 5, 1919]
  • Amending Article 3879 of the Revised Civil Statutes of 1911, being an Act establishing public weigher's fees... [Mon Jul 7, 1919]
  • Amending Chapter 198 of the General Laws passed by the Thirty-fifth Legislature at its regular session, establishing the Hospital for the negro insane at Rusk, Texas... [Mon Jul 7, 1919]
  • Amending Chapter 49, Acts of the Fourteenth Legislature... [Mon Jul 7, 1919]
  • Amending Chapter 68 of the Acts of the Thirty-second Legislature and Chapter 154 of the Acts of the Thirty-third Legislature to provide that sand, gravel and marl taken from raising the grade on Galveston Island and for the reconstruction and repair of Galveston Causeway shall be exempt from the provisions of said Chapter 68; ratifying and validating the permits issued by the Game, Fish and Oyster Commission for sand for said Causeway... [Mon Jul 7, 1919]
  • Amending Section 2, Chapter 65, Acts of the Regular Session of the Thirty-sixth Legislature, page 105, relating to providing aid for rural schools. [Mon Jul 7, 1919]
  • Amending Sections 1 to 10 inclusive, Chapter 68 of the General Laws of the Thirty-second Legislature passed at the Regular Session thereof, being an 'Act to provide for the protection of fish and oysters within tide water limits along the Gulf Coast of this State'... [Mon Jul 7, 1919]
  • Amending Sections 14, 17, 19, 21, 22, 25, 28, 31, 35, and 40 of Chapter 157, of the General Laws of the Thirty-sixth Legislature, passed at the Regular Session thereof, being 'An Act to preserve, propagate, distribute, and protect wide game, wild birds, wild fowl of the State'... [Mon Jul 7, 1919]
  • Amending the Constitution to provide for State-wide prohibition. [Mon Jul 7, 1919]
  • Board of Control. [Mon Jul 7, 1919]
  • Creating a more efficient Road Law for Blanco County, Texas... [Mon Jul 7, 1919]
  • Creating and incorporating Perrin County Line Independent School District in Jack County, Texas... [Mon Jul 7, 1919]
  • Creating the office of Game, Fish and Oyster Commissioner... [Mon Jul 7, 1919]
  • Establishing and creating the Ganado Independent School District in Jackson County, Texas... [Mon Jul 7, 1919]
  • Increasing the salary of the Official Court Reporter for the 76th Judicial District of Texas to the sum of Eighteen Hundred Dollars, providing for the manner of payment of such salary... [Mon Jul 7, 1919]
  • Increasing the salary of the Official Court Reporter for the Sixth Judicial District of Texas to the sum of Eighteen Hundred Dollars, providing for the manner of payment of such salary... [Mon Jul 7, 1919]
  • Negotiating the sale and delivery to the United States Government of all property owned and used by the State of Texas for quarantine purposes along the Gulf of Mexico and along the Mexico border, on the Rio Grande river... [Mon Jul 7, 1919]
  • Providing for the consolidation of Common School Districts one with another, and for the consolidation of common school districts with Independent School Districts, defining ways and means whereby such consolidation may be effected and providing for the organization and control of such consolidated districts, and providing for the assumption of all outstanding bonded indebtedness and preserving the bonding and taxing powers of said district... [Mon Jul 7, 1919]
  • Providing for the creation of a Commission on Uniform State Laws... [Mon Jul 7, 1919]
  • Amending Article 3083 of the Revised Civil Statutes of the State of Texas as amended by Chapter 13, General Laws of the Thirty-sixth Legislature at its regular session so as to prohibit the issuance of certificates of party nominations of ineligible candidates, and to prohibit the placing of name of any ineligible candidate upon the ballot for any general or special election... [Tue Jul 8, 1919]
  • Amending Chapter 1, Title 85, Revised Civil Statutes of Texas, 1911, as amended by Chapter 140, Session Laws 1913, relating to the Library and Historical Commission... [Tue Jul 8, 1919]
  • Amending Chapter 122 of the Special Laws of the Thirty-fifth Legislature of Texas, creating a special road system for Milam County, Texas... [Tue Jul 8, 1919]
  • Amending Chapter 160 General Laws of the Thirty-sixth Legislature, Acts of 1919, establishing an Industrial Welfare Commission, and regulating the employment of women and minors, so as to remove from the Industrial Welfare Commission the Superintendent of Public Instruction, and to provide for the appointment of a person as a member of said Commission in lieu thereof. [Tue Jul 8, 1919]
  • Amending Section 16 of Chapter 190 of the General Laws of the Regular Session of the Thirty-fifth Legislature as amended by Section 1 of Chapter 113 of the General Laws of the Regular Session of the Thirty-sixth Legislature, which relates to license fees charged against owners of motor vehicles, expressly repealing Section 2 and 3 of said Chapter 113... [Tue Jul 8, 1919]
  • Amending Section 2 of Chapter 65 of the Acts of the Regular Session of the Thirty-sixth Legislature, being the Rural School Appropriation, by repealing Sub-division No. (1) thereof... [Tue Jul 8, 1919]
  • Amending Sections 1 and 2 of 'An Act approved April 4th, 1917, Chapter 192, Senate Bill No. 167, entitled, 'An Act to provide whole family protection for members of fraternal benefit societies'... [Tue Jul 8, 1919]
  • Amending Title 126, Chapter 1, Article 7355, Sections 26, 27, 30 and 36, of the Revised Civil Statutes of 1911, and to repeal all laws in conflict therewith, by providing that Sections 26, 27, 30 and 36, of Article 7355 of the Revised Civil Statutes of 1911, shall not apply to cities and towns of a population of less than 2500 people... [Tue Jul 8, 1919]
  • Creating the Academy Consolidated Independent School District out of the following Independent School Districts in Bell County, Texas... [Tue Jul 8, 1919]
  • Creating the Lillie Independent School District in Collingsworth County, Texas... [Tue Jul 8, 1919]
  • Prohibiting the hauling or transportation of nitro-glycerin over, across or upon any street, alley, or highway of any city, town, or village, or within one-fourth mile within any city, town or village... [Tue Jul 8, 1919]
  • Releasing soldiers, sailors and marines from any and all penalties, costs and charges which may be assessed against them by reason of non-payment of any taxes, general or special, due upon any property, personal, real or mixed, belonging to them during their term of service in the war between the Imperial German Government and the United States... [Tue Jul 8, 1919]
  • Requiring the owner or agent or lessee of any land or any present interest therein, on which any streams is located, in whole or in part, which overflows its banks and floods the lands of other persons under cultivation, to keep the timber, underbrush and drifts cleared out of the channels and off the shoals of such creek, making the failure to do so a misdemeanor, prescribing a penalty... [Tue Jul 8, 1919]
  • Amending Article 4081 of the Revised Civil Statutes of the State so as to provide for the appointment of a guardian of a person of unsound mind or an habitual drunkard... [Wed Jul 9, 1919]
  • Amending Chapter 33 of the General Laws of the State of Texas passed by the Thirty-fifth Legislature at its regular session, which is entitled, 'An Act to establish a branch of the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas at Stephenville, Texas, to be known as the John Tarleton Agricultural College'... [Wed Jul 9, 1919]
  • Amending Chapter 57 of the Special Laws of the Regular Session of the Thirty-fifth Legislature, same being 'An Act creating a more efficient road law for Dallas County'... [Wed Jul 9, 1919]
  • Amending Section 1, Chapter 68, General Laws of the Thirty-fifth Legislature of the State of Texas, 1917, entitled, 'An Act to amend Article 1143, Chapter 3, Title 15, of the Code of Criminal Procedure, as mentioned by Chapter 20, of the Acts of the State of Texas, relating to the pay of jail guards, and defining the number of hours constituting a day'... [Wed Jul 9, 1919]
  • Amending Subdivision 6 of Art. 7507 in Chapter 11 of Title 126 of the Revised Civil Statutes of the State of Texas, and to exempt from taxation institutions of purely personal charity and their real, personal and mixed estate, including buildings, grounds, moneys, securities, lands, credits, endowments and all assets, the rents, income proceeds and increase thereof... [Wed Jul 9, 1919]
  • Authorizing the Attorney General of the State and the Board of Water Engineers in institute whatever legal proceedings necessary to protect Texas interests along the Pecos River in western Texas... [Wed Jul 9, 1919]
  • Declaring all cotton gins to be public service institutions and requiring all owners and lessees thereof to obtain license and execute bond before operating same... [Wed Jul 9, 1919]
  • Diminishing the civil and criminal jurisdiction of the county court of Menard County; to conform the jurisdiction of the district court thereto... [Wed Jul 9, 1919]
  • Empowering the Board of Directors of the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas to purchase additional lands... [Wed Jul 9, 1919]
  • Providing for the appointment of official stenographer for grand juries of Dallas and Bexar Counties by the judges of the district courts presiding over same, and prescribing their qualifications and duties, and providing for their compensation, and prescribing the time and method of transcribing and furnishing to the district or county attorneys of said counties the evidence adduced and given before said grand juries in the investigation of crimes and offenses coming before such bodies... [Wed Jul 9, 1919]
  • Providing for the Live Stock Sanitary Commission of Texas or its authorized representatives to sell the hides of any predatory animals killed under authority of Chapter 107 of the Acts of the Regular Session of the Thirty-sixth Legislature, and remit such funds to the State Treasurer, and such funds set apart to be drawn and used by the Live Stock Sanitary Commission for the further eradication of predatory animals under authority of said Chapter 107. [Wed Jul 9, 1919]
  • Adding to Chapter 17 of the Harris County Road Law passed by a regular session of the Thirty-third Legislature of the State of Texas... [Thu Jul 10, 1919]
  • Amending Article 3868, Chapter 3, Title 58 of the Revised Civ. Statutes of Texas of 1911, so as to provide the ex-officio compensation that may be paid by the commissioners courts of the various counties of this State to the sheriffs thereof... [Thu Jul 10, 1919]
  • Amending Article 6938, Chapter 4, of the Revised Civil Statutes, prescribing the places where road overseers shall place index boards, and prescribing penalty for failure to comply with this Act. [Thu Jul 10, 1919]
  • Amending Chapter 28 of the Acts of the Thirty-fifth Legislature First Called Session, approved May 19, 1917, amending Chapter 15, Title 48 of the Revised Civil Statutes of the State of Texas by adding Article 2815-c so as to provide that Article 2815-c shall not be applicable in the case of any city which votes to extend its city limits without affecting an adjacent School Districts or Districts, a portion or portions of which may be included within such limits as extended. [Thu Jul 10, 1919]
  • Amending Chapter 56 of the Local and Special Laws of the State of Texas passed at the Regular Session of the Thirty-sixth Legislature, which was 'An Act incorporating the Meridian Independent School District in Bosque County, Texas'... [Thu Jul 10, 1919]
  • Amending Chapter 60, Acts of the Regular Session of the Thirty-fifth Legislature, 1917, so as to transfer Trinity County from Zone No. 2 to Zone No. 3. [Thu Jul 10, 1919]
  • Amending Section 2 of H. B. No. 155, enacted by the Fourth Called Session of the Thirty-fifth Legislature, amending and revising the metes and bounds of the Nixon Independent School District. [Thu Jul 10, 1919]
  • Creating an independent school district to be known as 'Texline Independent School District'. [Thu Jul 10, 1919]
  • Creating Common School District No. 20, Walker County, Texas. [Thu Jul 10, 1919]
  • Creating the Quitman Independent School District in Wood County, Texas... [Thu Jul 10, 1919]
  • Defining profiteering; to prescribe penalties therefor, and to provide for the enforcement thereof... [Thu Jul 10, 1919]
  • Emergency appropriations as may be needed by the various departments of the State Government and State Institutions for the remainder of the fiscal years ending August 31, 1919. [Thu Jul 10, 1919]
  • Granting to Brazos County a more efficient and better road law... [Thu Jul 10, 1919]
  • Making it the duty of every oil pipeline company or concern or individual doing a pipeline business in the State of Texas to make to the Comptroller of the State and to the Railroad Commission of this State written reports... [Thu Jul 10, 1919]
  • Providing for the construction of a road and highway in and through the San Jacinto State Park, and to provide for the use of convict labor for the construction of such road and highway, and to appropriate out of the General Revenue not heretofore appropriated the sum of twenty thousand dollars for the construction and maintenance of such road... [Thu Jul 10, 1919]
  • Providing for the payment of Texas soldiers and sailors who enlisted in the defense of the State in the war between the United States and the German empire; providing for the issuance and sale of bonds of the State for raising the necessary funds therefor; providing for the raising of revenue to pay the interest on said bonds and creating a sinking fund for redemption of same... [Thu Jul 10, 1919]
  • Adding territory to the present Cushing Independent School District of Nacogdoches and Rusk Counties; defining its boundaries... [Fri Jul 11, 1919]
  • Adding to the Covington Independent School District in Hill County, Texas, a part of the Bois de Arc Common School District, No. 7... [Fri Jul 11, 1919]
  • Amending Section 1, Chapter 19, Local and Special Laws, passed by the Thirty-fifth Legislature at its First Called Session, being 'An Act creating the Cedar Bayou Independent School District, in the counties of Harris and Chambers, State of Texas'... [Fri Jul 11, 1919]
  • Amending Section 1, Chapter 62, of the General Laws of the Regular Session of the Thirty-second Legislature so as to empower the counties of the State of Texas to appropriate not to exceed Two Thousand Dollars per year for the Farmers' Co-operative Demonstration Work... [Fri Jul 11, 1919]
  • Authorizing Mrs. A. V. Gillett to inherit the property that belongs to Frank B. Gillett at the time of his death, and granting unto Mrs. A. V. Gillett title, right and possession of all property seized by Frank B. Gillett at the time of his death. [Fri Jul 11, 1919]
  • Creating a more efficient road system for Wichita County, Texas... [Fri Jul 11, 1919]
  • Creating an independent school district in Grimes County, Texas, to be known and designated as the 'Victory Independent School District'... [Fri Jul 11, 1919]
  • Incorporating Blessing Independent School District, Matagorda County... [Fri Jul 11, 1919]
  • Restoring and conferring upon the county court of Carson County the civil and criminal jurisdiction belonging to said court under the Constitution and general statutes of Texas... [Fri Jul 11, 1919]
  • Amending Section 1 of Chapter 147 of the Acts of the Regular Session of the Thirty-fourth Legislature relating to the duties of tax collectors to prepare and mail notices and statements of delinquent taxes against lands to the record owners thereof... [Sat Jul 12, 1919]
  • Amending Section 7, of Chapter 1 of the Special Laws of the First Called Session of the Twenty-eight Legislature, approved April 23, 1903, relating to roads in certain counties so as to exempt the county of Jefferson from the operation of said Section 7... [Sat Jul 12, 1919]
  • Relieving railway corporations having charters granted or amended since the first of January, 1892, and which have failed or about to fail, to construct their roads and branches, or any part thereof, within the time required by law... [Sat Jul 12, 1919]
  • Amending Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 20 and 23 Chapter 76 of the Regular and Special Laws of Texas enacted at the Regular, First and Second Called Sessions of the Thirty-first Legislature and known as an Act to create a more efficient road system for Rusk County, Texas... [Mon Jul 14, 1919]
  • Authorizing and empowering Kerr County, or any political subdivision or any defined district now or hereafter to be described and defined of said county, etc., to issue bonds to any amount not exceeding one-fourth of the assessed valuation of the real property of such county... [Mon Jul 14, 1919]
  • Authorizing the county treasurer of counties having a population in excess of one hundred thousand inhabitants to appoint an assistant where an assistant is necessary for the efficiency of the public service... [Mon Jul 14, 1919]
  • Creating a Board of Examiners of Land Surveyors that shall serve without pay, prescribing their duties and the subjects in which applicants for land surveyor's license shall be examined... [Mon Jul 14, 1919]
  • Creating the Harrold Independent School District in Wilbarger County, Texas... [Mon Jul 14, 1919]
  • Creating the Hico Independent School District in Hamilton and Erath Counties... [Mon Jul 14, 1919]
  • Creating the Moody Independent School District in McLennan County, Texas... [Mon Jul 14, 1919]
  • Creating the West Orange Independent School District in Orange County, Texas... [Mon Jul 14, 1919]
  • Granting to C. A. Heldenfels and F. W. Heldenfels all right, title, and interest of the State of Texas to certain land lying and being situated under the waters of the Aransas Bay and certain land formed by dredge spoil within the granted area... [Mon Jul 14, 1919]
  • Increasing the limits of Mathis Independent School District of San Patricio County... [Mon Jul 14, 1919]
  • Requiring the tax assessor of each independent or common school district in the State in which a school tax has been voted, to prepare and deliver to the tax assessor of the county in which said district is located, the tax rolls for said district at a time not later than July 1, of each year... [Mon Jul 14, 1919]
  • Amending Chapter 3, Title 18, Revised Civil Statutes of the State of Texas, with reference to the issuance of bonds for the purpose of funding, refunding and compromising bonds which have already been issued, providing their issuance to bear a rate of interest not to exceed six per cent per annum. [Tue Jul 15, 1919]
  • Creating a more efficient road system for Hopkins County, Texas... [Tue Jul 15, 1919]
  • Creating a more efficient road system for Red River County, Texas... [Tue Jul 15, 1919]
  • Repealing all special road laws heretofore enacted for Burnet County, Texas; validating bond elections heretofore held... [Tue Jul 15, 1919]
  • Amending Chapter 79, page 202 of the General Laws of the Regular Session of the Twenty-seventh Legislature of the State of Texas, approved on the 9th day of April, A.D, 1901, entitled, 'An Act to create a more efficient road system for Brown County Texas... [Wed Jul 16, 1919]
  • Amending the Delta County Road Law. [Wed Jul 16, 1919]
  • Creating the Graford Independent School District in Palo Pinto County, Texas... [Thu Jul 17, 1919]
  • Allowing Tyler County to pay their commissioners $6.00 per day while they are expending the bonds for roads for which they have issued bonds. [Fri Jul 18, 1919]
  • Creating a county court of Eastland County, Texas, at law, defining and establishing the jurisdiction of said court and defining the jurisdiction retained by the county court of Eastland County... [Fri Jul 18, 1919]
  • Directing the Governor and the Attorney General to institute suit or suits as they may deem appropriate and necessary in the Supreme Court of the United States and such other courts as may be proper and against all necessary parties for the purpose of establishing and maintaining the rights of the State of Texas citizens of Texas, and those holding under the State of Texas and establishing the boundaries between the State of Texas and the State of Oklahoma. [Fri Jul 18, 1919]
  • Amending Articles 205 and 206, Vernon's Sayle's Civil Statutes, relating to the appointment of Board of Trustees and a Superintendent for the Confederate Home... [Sat Jul 19, 1919]
  • Amending the Polk County Road Law. [Sat Jul 19, 1919]
  • Creating the George County Line Common School District in Dallas and Ellis counties, Texas... [Mon Jul 21, 1919]
  • Creating the Oakland Independent School District, Tarrant County, Texas... [Mon Jul 21, 1919]

Journals

The House Journal for the 36th 2nd Called Session are available from the Legislative Reference Library.

Rules
House Rules (36th R.S.)
Joint Rules (36th R.S.)
Senate Rules (36th R.S.)

Bill statistics for the 36th Legislature, 2nd Called Session

Status HB HCR HJR HR SB SCR SJR SR Total
HB & SB
Total
Filed 229 22 1 95 171 24 3 45 400 590
Passed 96 12 1 78 81 16 1 43 177 328
Vetoed 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 6 6