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Date Title
01/11/1895 Outgoing message
05/08/1893 Presenting statement of bills and resolutions received and approved; appendix
03/08/1893 Relating to depositions of Mr. Joseph Nalle of Austin as a witness in five cases, one of which is "The Metropolitan Trust Company, trustee, complainants, vs. The Houston & Texas Central Railway Company and John H. Reagan et al., defendants," judge granted injunction on 22nd of last August against the Texas Railroad Commission; recommending adoption of laws relating to charters of railway companies, railroad officials and traffic agents, etc.
02/21/1893 Relating to report of the Commissioner of the General Land Office of unappropriated public domain
02/06/1893 Emphasizing the necessity of taking steps to prevent mob violence in Texas (Paris lynching)
04/12/1892 Message upon adjournment, listing bills received and approved, and bills received but not acted on
03/31/1892 Transmitting correspondence in relation to the charge and investigation of illegal weighing of cotton at Galveston during last winter; transcript of correspondence ordered printed 4/1/1892
03/14/1892 Relating to topics for the 22nd Legislature, 1st Called Session (re-apportionment, suffrage, Permanent School Fund, usury, local option, Judiciary Department, corporate bonds and stocks, livestock quarantine, trusts and conspiracies against trade, federal direct tax, school teachers, committee report on case of railroad, mechanics liens, damages by receivers, textbooks, alien land law, land corporations, public debt, sale of estates, and United States Senator)
04/13/1891 Farewell message on adjournment of 22nd Legislature, noting the "leading bill" passed creating a railroad commission
03/27/1891 Transmitting Kansas Legislature Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 20, requesting a congress of the western agricultural mining states to be held in Kansas City
03/16/1891 Relating to the accumulation of claims for services rendered in enforcement of quarantine law under the past administration, now remaining unpaid, requesting appointment of committee or auditing board to settle claims
03/03/1891 Transmitting statement showing the population of Texas by counties, as determined by the official account of the returns made under the Eleventh Census