37th Regular Session (1921) – Governor Pat M. Neff

Bill Caption Document
HB 7 To repeal suspended sentence law.   Veto
HB 28 To provide for the destruction of depredating wild animals   Veto
HB 96 Relating to accounts of common and independent school districts.   Veto
HB 109 Relating to the compensation of clerks and deputy clerks of the Court of Criminal Appeals.   Veto
HB 154 Establishes West Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College.   Veto
HB 161 An act amending the present Industrial Welfare Commission Act, which is known as the Minimum Wage Act.   Veto
HB 184 Providing appropriation to join the Federal appropriation for the purpose of carrying on the vocational educational work in the State.   Veto
HB 342 Emergency appropriation for the several institutions and departments of the State Government, for the fiscal year ending August 31, 1921.
Line item veto - official veo proclamation unavailable, but vetoed line items are marked with asterisk in session law text. (Chapter 52).
HB 387 Validating sale of certain public school lands.   Veto
HB 468 Creating the 92nd Judicial District.   Veto
HB 519 To appoint person or persons to administer hog cholera virus.   Veto
SB 27 Relating to the creation of a juvenile board in certain counties.   Veto
SB 38 Provides for the creating, establishing and maintaining of a State Tuberculosis Sanatorium for Negroes.   Veto
SB 39 Amending the statutes relating to fire escapes in certain industrial plants where fireproof buildings have been constructed.   Veto
SB 43 Relating to bail bonds in criminal cases.   Veto
SB 45 Repeals the law prohibiting the sale of pistols.
Senate Override - Senate Journal Text
House refused to pass over veto - House Journal Text.
SB 63 Authorizes the institution of damage suits for personal injuries and other torts against the administrators and executors of the tort-feasor.   Veto
SB 65 Requires the giving of additional supersedas bond, under certain conditions, to the Supreme Court or the Courts of Civil Appeal.   Veto
SB 166 An act to establish a "Texas Industrial School and Work-shop for the adult blind of the State"; providing for a board to locate such institution and to manage its affairs; providing an appropriation and declaring an emergency.
Vetoed by Governor Neff on March 29, 1921; formal proclamation has not been found, but enrolled version of the bill has Governor's veto statement and signature. Enrolled Bill Text.
SB 193 An act to give aid to the rural schools of the State.   Veto
SB 265 Relating to cattle running at large in Harris County.   Veto
SB 311 An act fixing the time of holding court in the 7th Judicial District.   Veto

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