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37th 1st Called Session
July 18, 1921 - August 16, 1921

Leadership

Governor: Pat M. Neff -  Vetoes

Lieutenant Governor: Lynch Davidson

Speaker(s) of the House: Charles Graham Thomas 

Special Session Topics

 Proclamations   Addresses

  • Enact legislation providing for the repeal of the suspended sentence law and amending the State prohibition law so as to make same more effective and easier of enforcement. [Fri Jun 17, 1921]
  • Make appropriation, within the available revenues, for the support and maintenance of the State Government and State institutions. [Fri Jun 17, 1921]
  • Provide additional revenue and make appropriation out of same for the better support of the public free schools of the State. [Fri Jun 17, 1921]
  • Provide an effective law for the removal of officers who wilfully and corruptly refuse to perform their official duties in the enforcement of the law. [Fri Jun 17, 1921]
  • Provide for the consolidating of overlapping departments and the abolishment of useless offices and positions, for the purpose of securing to the people of Texas a more efficient and economical administration of the Government. [Fri Jun 17, 1921]
  • Re-district the State into Senatorial and Representative districts as provided by the Constitution and as recommended by our party platform. [Fri Jun 17, 1921]
  • A law requiring that any and all moneys accruing to and received by any and all educational, eleemosynary and penal institutions of the State of Texas, and any and all departments of the government of the State of Texas, from any and all sources whatsoever, shall be paid into the State Treasury by the institution or department so receiving same; prohibiting moneys from being paid out of the Treasury except for the purpose for which they were appropriated; requiring the Board of Control to include in its budget for said departments, educational, eleemosynary and penal institutions, respectively, estimates of all items of expense and moneys to be paid out by such agencies in any manner whatever. [Thu Jul 21, 1921]
  • Amending Chapter 87, General Acts of the Regular Session of the Thirty-fifth Legislature, providing for organization and government of water improvement and irrigation districts as amended by subsequent statutes and relating to the power of such districts to incur debt, and issue bonds and validate proceedings of such districts. [Thu Jul 21, 1921]
  • Amending the vehicle license law requiring that certain taxes be placed against commercial motor vehicles; looking to the maintenance and up-keep of the public highways of the State... [Thu Jul 21, 1921]
  • Consider Article 4930 of the Revised Statutes of the State requiring fidelity and surety companies doing business in Texas to make a deposit with the Commissioner of Insurance and Banking of this State for the benefit of the holders of the obligations of such companies in light of a recent decision by the Supreme Court of Texas regarding this matter... [Thu Jul 21, 1921]
  • Correcting alleged fraudulent transactions in regard to taking the scholastic census and provisions to prevent further fraud in such matters... [Thu Jul 21, 1921]
  • Determine what the policy on the pink boll worm should be and do that which seems best for the cotton industry of the State... [Thu Jul 21, 1921]
  • Providing for vocational education in connection with the acceptance of the benefits of an act passed by the Senate and the House of Representatives of the United States looking to the promotion of vocational education; designating the State Treasurer as custodian for the reception and distribution of all funds allotted to this State; designating and authorizing the State Board of Education to act in co-operation with the Federal Board for Vocational Education in the administration of the provisions of said act. [Thu Jul 21, 1921]
  • Abolishing the Criminal District Court of Bowie county, Texas... [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Amending Art. 7235, Chapter 6, Title 124, Revised Civil Statutes, 1911, as amended by Chapter 72, General Laws, Thirty-third Legislature, and Chapters 26 and 99 of General Laws of Thirty-fourth Legislature et al., with reference to the mode of preventing horses and certain other animals from running at large in the counties named so as to include Wheeler county. [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Amending Chapter 46, General Laws, Regular Session, Thirty-fifth Legislature; reorganizing the Twenty-eighth Judicial District of Texas, and creating a criminal district court for the counties of Nueces, Kleberg, Kenedy, Willacy and Cameron, and prescribing jurisdiction as a criminal court; conferring power to try divorce cases, and causes for collection of delinquent taxes, and fixing time for holding terms thereof; providing for appointment and election of judge, sheriff, clerk, and attorney; limiting jurisdiction of the Court of the Twenty-sixth Judicial District of Texas; conforming and validating all writs, processes, bonds, recognizances and drawing of petit and grand juries of such courts to these changes; defining the jurisdiction of the district court of the Twenty-eighth Judicial District of Texas; and repealing conflicting laws. [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Amending Sections 1 and 2, Chapter 58, Local and Special Laws, Regular Session, Thirty-seventh Legislature, creating the Garwood Independent School District in Colorado county, Texas, redefining the boundaries of said district. [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Closing West Sycamore street in the city of Denton, Texas, between Avenues A and B, upon concurrence of the city commission or governing body of said city, for the purpose of utilizing the grounds for the benefit of the North Texas State Normal College. [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Creating and incorporating the Wellman Independent School District in Terry county, Texas... [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Creating the Altair Independent School District in Colorado county, Texas... [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Creating the Bowie Independent School District in Montague county, Texas, for free school purposes... [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Creating the Canton Independent School District in Van Zandt county, Texas... [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Creating the Coulter Common School District No. 45, in Colorado county, Texas... [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Creating the Ector County Independent School District in Ector county, Texas... [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Creating the Flatonia Independent School District in Fayette county, Texas... [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Creating the Goose Creek Independent School District in Harris county, Texas... [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Creating the Goree Independent School District in Knox county, Texas... [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Creating the Laneville Independent School District of Rusk county, Texas... [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Creating the McCaulley County Line Independent School District of Fisher and Jones counties, Texas... [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Creating the Nada Common School District No. 35, in Colorado county, Texas... [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Creating the New Home Independent School District in Crosby county, Texas... [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Creating the Prairie View Independent School District in Hardeman county, Texas... [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Creating the Rosenberg Independent School District in Fort Bend county, Texas... [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Creating the Snyder Independent School District in Hale county, Texas... [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Creating the Stamford County Line Independent School District in Jones and Haskell counties, Texas... [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Creating the Stanton Independent School District in Martin county, Texas... [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Creating the Staples Independent School District in Guadalupe county, Texas and defining its boundaries... [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Creating the Vox Populi Common School District No. 5, Colorado county, Texas... [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Extending the limits of the Albany Independent School District of Shackelford county, Texas. [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Fixing the time of holding the courts in the Fifth Judicial District of Texas, validating all process, bonds and recognizances heretofore taken in the courts of said district, and all judgments rendered or to be rendered; repealing all laws in conflict therewith. [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Granting authority to commissioners courts of any county having a population exceeding 200,000 persons and containing a city of over 160,000 persons, as ascertained by the United States census last preceding such official action, to establish, maintain and operate a law library for such county; provide funds, receive gifts or bequests, employ custodians; make orders, rules and regulations necessary for its establishment and maintenance; providing for establishment and payment of claims on account of such library, and repealing Chapter 61, Acts Thirty-seventh Legislature, Regular Session, and other conflicting laws. [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Incorporating the Fruitvale Independent School District in Van Zandt county, Texas... [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Repealing Chapter 49, Special Laws, Regular Session, Thirty-seventh Legislature, creating the Lueders County Line Independent School District in Jones and Shackelford counties, Texas, and reviving Chapter 11, Special Laws, Second Called Session, Thirty-first Legislature, and all amendments thereto, except in so far as the same may have been repealed previously. [Fri Jul 29, 1921]
  • Creating the Gregory Independent School District in San Patricio county, Texas... [Sat Jul 30, 1921]
  • Creating the Kress Independent School District in Swisher county, Texas... [Sat Jul 30, 1921]
  • Creating the Love Independent School District in Swisher county, Texas... [Sat Jul 30, 1921]
  • Creating the Mexia Independent School District in Limestone county, Texas... [Sat Jul 30, 1921]
  • Creating the Taft Independent School District in San Patricio county, Texas... [Sat Jul 30, 1921]
  • Creating the Tehuacana Independent School District in Limestone county, Texas... [Sat Jul 30, 1921]
  • Extending and enlarging the area of the present Littlefield Independent School District... [Sat Jul 30, 1921]
  • Adding to and making a part of the Premont Independent School District, in Jim Wells county, Texas, certain defined territory... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Amending Chapter 145, General Laws of the State of Texas passed by the Thirty-sixth Legislature at its Regular Session, which chapter was "An Act to amend Chapter 1 of Title 44 of the Revised Civil Statutes of the State of Texas, 1911, and to provide the manner in which State funds shall be kept and deposited; to define the State Depository Bank and its powers, and what banks may become State depositories, providing for the distribution of such State funds among such depositories, and repealing all laws in conflict." [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Amending Chapter 15, pages 30 and 31, Regular Session, Thirty-seventh Legislature, by correcting time and terms of holding court in the Sixty-third Judicial District. [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Amending Chapter 32, General Laws, Regular Session, Thirty-seventh Legislature, so as to include Briscoe county in the list of counties that may adopt the law to prevent cattle and other stock from running at large. [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Amending Chapter 57, Local and Special Laws, Third Called Session, Thirty-sixth Legislature, and amending Chapter 3, Local and Special Laws, Regular Session, Thirty-seventh Legislature, creating and incorporating the Blythe County Line Independent School District out of territory in Gaines, Terry and Yoakum counties... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Amending Chapter 9, General Laws, Fourth Called Session, Thirty-fifth Legislature, fixing time of holding court in the Seventy-second Judicial District so as to make provision for Hockley county. [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Amending Section 1, Chapter 2, General and Special Laws, First Called Session, Thirty-fifth Legislature; defining boundaries; and validating the present maintenance school tax in said territory, and redefining boundaries of the Columbus Independent School District. [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Amending Section 28, Chapter 118, General Laws of the Thirty-second Legislature, Regular Session, 1911, entitled "An Act to authorize commissioners courts of the several counties of Texas to create and establish drainage districts, to construct canals, drains and ditches," etc. [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Amending Section No. 1, Chapter 33, Local and Special Laws of Texas, known as Senate bill No. 44, enacted by the Thirty-sixth Legislature, Third Called Session, and approved June 15, 1920, increasing the limits of Bertram Independent School District... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Amending Section No. 1, Chapter 62, Local and Special Laws, Regular Session, Thirty-seventh Legislature, being House bill No. 575, redefining the boundaries of O'Donnell Independent School District in Lynn and Dawson counties in the State of Texas... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Amending Section No. 1, Chapter 65, Local and Special Laws, Third Called Session, Thirty-sixth Legislature, being an act creating the Eden Independent School District in Concho county, Texas... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Amending Sections 1 and 8, Chapter 39, Special Laws, Regular Session, Thirty-seventh Legislature, creating the Hale Center Independent School District of Hale county, Texas... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Amending the law creating the Sodville Independent School District in San Patricio county, Texas... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Amending the law passed at the Thirty-seventh Legislature, Regular Session creating the American Legion Memorial Sanatorium of Texas at Kerrville, Texas... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Changing the statute relating to the manner of the disposition of oil and gas that may be in any of the State's unsurveyed public free school land... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Creating a more efficient road system for Tyler county, Texas... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Creating the Ben Bolt Independent School District in Jim Wells and Kleberg counties, Texas... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Creating the Common School Districts Nos. 8 and 15, in Dickens county, Texas... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Creating the Detroit Independent School District in Red River county, Texas... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Creating the El Carro Independent School District, in Jim Wells county, Texas... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Creating the Jacksonville Independent School District, in Cherokee county, Texas... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Creating the Marfa Independent School District in Presidio county, Texas... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Creating the Nocona Independent School District of Montague county, Texas... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Creating the Petronila Common School District No. 7, Nueces county, Texas... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Creating the Sacul Independent School District in Nacogdoches county, Texas... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Creating the Wilson Independent School District in Cameron county, Texas... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Defining the boundaries of the Alice Independent School District in Jim Wells county, Texas... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Diminishing the civil and criminal jurisdiction of the county court of Reagan county, Texas... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Establish a legal rate for the publication of all proclamations, advertising, or notices of all kinds required by law to be published in newspapers in this State, providing for filing by newspapers with the Board of Control at Austin, Texas, a sworn statement of their regular rate for advertising, which is to be open for inspection, and repealing conflicting laws... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Make necessary appropriations for the support and maintenance of the Penitentiary System of the State for the coming fiscal year... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Repealing Chapter 102, Local and Special Laws, Third Called Session, Thirty-sixth Legislature, being an act creating the Concho Independent School District in Concho county, Texas. [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Repealing Chapter 26, Special and Local Laws, Regular Session, Thirty-seventh Legislature, creating the Palestine Independent School District in Anderson county... [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Repealing Section 2, Chapter 48, Laws of the Thirty-fourth Legislature, relating to the time of holding court in counties in the Seventy-ninth Judicial District; and prescribing the time and fixing the terms of holding court in said district. [Tue Aug 2, 1921]
  • Amending Article 1121, Revised Civil Statutes, 1911, by the addition of subdivision 82, providing for incorporation of establishments for the manufacture of ice and non-intoxicating beverages, and in connection therewith operate a general storage business. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Amending Article 1585 of Chapter 2, Title 32, Revised Civil Statutes, 1911, fixing the term of Courts of Civil Appeals. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Amending Article 1852, Chapter 6, Title 37, Revised Civil Statutes of Texas, relating to citations. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Amending Article 2643 of Chapter 2, Title 48, Revised Civil Statutes of Texas, 1911, in regard to expending the interest of the permanent University fund by specific legislation. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Amending Article 606, Revised Civil Statutes of Texas, 1911, providing how bond issues shall be submitted for an election; and validating certain bond elections. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Amending Article 6772, Chapter 1, Title 117, Revised Statutes of Texas, 1911, fixing time within which commissioners courts shall order records or instruments relating to land and real property embraced in the territory so acquired. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Amending Article 7349, Revised Civil Statutes, 1911, providing for apportionment of ad valorem taxes collected for State and public free school purposes. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Amending Articles 7, 27, 28, 50, 60, 64, and 65, Chapter 73, General Laws, Regular Session, Thirty-sixth Legislature, also Section 16, Chapter 73, as amended by Chapter 44, General Laws, Third Called Session, Thirty-sixth Legislature, relating to the protection of fish and other aquatic animal life in the waterways of Texas. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Amending Chapter 124, General Laws, Regular Session, Thirty-seventh Legislature, looking to conservation of the natural resources of the State provided for by Section 59, Article 16, of the Constitution, having been adopted in 1917, and amending Sections 1, 2, and 3, of Chapter 38, General Laws, Thirty-fifth Legislature, so as to more specifically define public waters. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Amending Chapter 76, General Laws, Regular Session, Thirty-sixth Legislature, providing for public weighers. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Amending House bill No. 102, Special Session Thirty-sixth Legislature. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Amending in all respects Chapter 41, Acts of First Called Session, Thirty-fifth Legislature, providing a system of State bonded warehouses. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Amending Section 1, Chapter 155, Laws Regular Session, Thirty-sixth Legislature, known as the Oil and Gas Conservation Act of 1919. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Amending Section 1, Chapter 45, General Laws, Regular Session, Thirty-seventh Legislature, relating to uniform date on which county and precinct officers shall qualify and take over the duties of the respective offices, following their election. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Amending Section 1, Chapter 58, Regular Session, Thirty-seventh Legislature, being to provide for the extension of time in which to develop oil and gas under permits heretofore issued under the Mineral Acts of 1917, upon islands, salt water lakes, bays, inlets, marshes, and reefs owned by the State of Texas, within tidewater limits and that portion of the Gulf of Mexico within the jurisdiction of Texas. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Amending Sections 5 and 6, Chapter 131, Regular Session, Thirty-sixth Legislature, so that correct weights of certain commodities not therein given may be standardized when sold by bushel or barrel or other quantity or unit. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Amending Sections 5, 7, 8, 30, 31, 31a, 34, 42, and 43 of Chapter 157, General Laws, Regular Session, Thirty-sixth Legislature, and amended by Chapter 72, Senate bill No. 92, Second Called Session Thirty-sixth Legislature, as amended by Chapter 7, Fourth Called Session, Thirty-sixth Legislature, being an act to preserve propagate, distribute, and protect the wild game, wild birds, and wild fowl of the State. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Amending the laws authorizing the commissioners courts of the several counties to create levee improvement districts, as authorized by Chapter 146, General Laws of 1915, and Chapter 44, General Laws of 1916. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Authorizing cities operating under special charters, or under charters adopted or amended under the provisions of Chapter 147 of the General Laws of the Thirty-third Legislature, or amendments thereto. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Authorizing the librarian of the library of the University of Texas to be custodian of the printed reports of the decisions of the Courts of Civil Appeals, the Court of Criminal Appeals, and the Supreme Court of this State, and authorizing a transfer of those now on hand in the office of the Secretary of State to the University library; authorizing said reports to be used while in said library; also authorizing Secretary of State to turn over 25 volumes each of the Revised Civil and Criminal Statutes, 1911. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Establishment of official cotton standards for the State of Texas. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Giving the commissioners court of Ochiltree county authority to close certain streets in the town of Perryton, Ochiltree county, Texas. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Granting John D. Rogers, trustee of the estate of John D. Rogers, deceased, and his successors in said trust, permission to sue the State of Texas... [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Permitting life insurance companies organized under the laws of the State of Texas to act as administrators and executors of decedents. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Pertaining to execution of bonds required of tax collectors. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Protecting fur-bearing animals. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Providing for the appointment or selection of a special judge of corporation courts of the various cities in the State, of over 5000 inhabitants, where no provision is made for the appointment or selection of a special judge in case of disqualification or inability to act from any cause. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • The authorizing of the navigation districts created for the development of deep water navigation. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • The leasing of certain islands, reefs, flats, and waters in Laguna Madre to the National Association of Audubon Societies for the propagation, protection and conservation of birds and bird life on said areas. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • The licensing, regulating, and control of optometrists in this State. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • The permission of the Henderson-Ames Company of Kalamazoo, Mich., to bring suit against the State of Texas for an alleged damage growing out of an alleged breach of contract entered into by and between the said Henderson-Ames Company and Grubbs Vocational College of Arlington, Texas, dated September 11, 1920. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • The regulation of the sale of bonds by any county, incorporated city or town, or any subdivision or district within the State. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • The supervision, regulation and control of public indoor places of recreation. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Validating the attempted incorporation of all cities, towns or villages operating under the provisions of Title 22, Revised Statutes, 1911, and amendments thereto, and validating the attempted acceptance by incorporated towns or villages of the provisions of law with respect to cities and towns under said title. [Wed Aug 3, 1921]
  • Amending Article 540, Chapter 6, Title 14, Revised Civil Statutes of the State, providing for companies and corporations making deposits in the State Treasury, defining what moneys and deposits and securities are to be placed in the State Treasury, and defining the duties of the Commissioner of Banking and Insurance in regard to same. [Sat Aug 6, 1921]
  • Amending Article 6772, Chapter 1, Title 117, of the Revised Civil Statutes of the State, providing for the transcribing of official county records. [Sat Aug 6, 1921]
  • Amending Chapter 37, Acts of the First Called Session of the Thirty-fifth Legislature, concerning loan and investment companies, defining same and providing for their incorporation powers and supervision. [Sat Aug 6, 1921]
  • Amending Chapter 67, Special Laws, Regular Session, Thirty-seventh Legislature; more clearly defining the boundaries of the Winnsboro Independent School District in Wood and Franklin counties; providing date of the beginning and ending of the fiscal year; date on which unpaid taxes shall become delinquent; and providing for changing the boundaries according to law. [Sat Aug 6, 1921]
  • Amending Section 8, Senate bill No. 312, Chapter 16, Local and Special Acts, Regular Session, Thirty-fourth Legislature, creating the La Porte Independent School District as amended by House bill No. 67, Chapter 26, Local and Special Acts, Second Called Session, Thirty-sixth Legislature, providing for levying, assessing and collecting the taxes therein, and legalizing levies, assessments and equalizations heretofore made. [Sat Aug 6, 1921]
  • Amending the present poll tax law, providing for what the poll tax receipt and exemption certificate shall contain, and the form of said poll tax prescribing the data to be obtained and recorded on poll tax receipt. [Sat Aug 6, 1921]
  • Conferring upon corporations chartered under subdivision 37, Article 1121, Revised Civil Statutes of Texas, the authority to purchase notes, bills, and other evidence of debt. [Sat Aug 6, 1921]
  • Creating the Mineola Independent School District in Wood county... [Sat Aug 6, 1921]
  • Creating the Poolville Independent School District in Parker county, Texas... [Sat Aug 6, 1921]
  • Creating the Sheffield Independent School District in Pecos county, Texas... [Sat Aug 6, 1921]
  • Creating the Smithville Independent School District in Bastrop county, Texas... [Sat Aug 6, 1921]
  • Diminishing the jurisdiction of the county court of Kerr county, Texas, so that such court will have only the jurisdiction of a probate court, and conferring the civil and criminal jurisdiction of said county court upon the district court of Kerr county. [Sat Aug 6, 1921]
  • Increasing the Depositors' Guaranty Fund, and making the necessary amendments to the existing guaranty fund law as seems wise. [Sat Aug 6, 1921]
  • Looking to the appointment of a specified number of Texas rangers, which number shall constitute a reserve ranger force, said ranger force to serve without pay unless called into active service. [Sat Aug 6, 1921]
  • Preventing the catching of fish for sale out of the Pecos river or any of its tributaries in the counties of Reeves, Loving, Ward, Crane and Pecos. [Sat Aug 6, 1921]
  • Repealing Chapter 78, Special and Local Laws, Regular Session, Thirty-seventh Legislature, which chapter amended the special road law of Red River county, Texas; and reviving any and all laws repealed by said Chapter 78. [Sat Aug 6, 1921]
  • Repealing the Laketon Independent School District law as passed by the Regular Session, Thirty-seventh Legislature. [Sat Aug 6, 1921]

Journals

The House Journal for the 37th 1st Called Session are available from the Legislative Reference Library.

Rules
House Rules (37th R.S.)
Joint Rules (37th R.S.)
Senate Rules (37th R.S.)

Bill statistics for the 37th Legislature, 1st Called Session

Status HB HCR HJR HR SB SCR SJR SR Total
HB & SB
Total
Filed 169 21 0 49 105 9 0 44 274 397
Passed 71 13 0 34 58 7 0 33 129 216
Vetoed 2 1 0 0 5 0 0 0 7 8