35th Regular Session (1917) – Governor James E. Ferguson

Bill Caption Document
HB 227 Amending the "Anti Pass Law" so as to extend exceptions under same.   Veto
HB 339 Defining a delinquent negro child and regulating treatment and control of same.   Veto
HB 512 Creating the office of county road supervisor of Mills County.   Veto
HB 513 Relating to the shipment of intoxicating liquors into prohibition territory.   Veto
HB 519 An act governing all insurance corporations incorporated under the laws of this state.   Veto
HB 595 Prescribing the duties of county and district attorneys in habeas corpus proceedings in counties where there is not a resident criminal district attorney.   Veto
HB 652 To create a commission to make a complete educational survey of the State of Texas.   Veto
HB 776 To amend an act creating Meridian Independent School District in Bosque County.   Veto
SB 258 To fix the venue of suits for damages for libel and slander.   Veto
SB 263 To authorize incorporation of towns or villages of more than 200 and less than 10,000 inhabitants.   Veto
SB 315 To appropriate revenues of cities for purposes of retiring and discharging accrued indebtedness.   Veto
SB 316 Authorizing aldermen of Gulf cities to construct harbors.   Veto
SB 355 Relating to declaring all bonds issued under and by virtue of the Federal Farm Loan Act approved by the President of the United States July 17, 1916, shall be lawful investment for all fiduciary and trust funds and may be accepted as security for all public deposits where deposits of bonds or mortgages are authorized by law to be accepted.   Veto
SB 384 Relating to local insurance associations.   Veto
SJR 3 Amending Constitution to provide for special tax for maintenance of public roads.   Veto

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