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36th Regular Session (1919) – Governor William P. Hobby

This list has been compiled from sources available at the Legislative Reference Library and the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. The list is a work in progress; its completeness and accuracy have not been verified.

Bill Caption Document
HB 7 Permitting soldiers with discharges to vote without poll tax receipt.   Veto
HB 70 Providing a more stringent and effective alien land law.   Veto
SB 110 Defining and regulating live stock commission merchants.
Official veto proclamation has not been located; Bill was disapproved on 4/3/1919 according to notation in bill file.
 
SB 117 Amending the special road law for Hardin County.   Veto
SB 123 Amending Act creating the Burnet Independent School District in Burnet County.   Veto
SB 178 Create a Department of Banking for the State of Texas.
Official veto proclamation has not been located; Bill was disapproved on 4/3/1919 according to notation in bill file.
 
SB 186 Providing for the sale of and development of mineral deposits belonging to public school lands, etc.
Official veto proclamation has not been located; Bill was disapproved on 4/3/1919 according to notation in bill file.
 
SB 187 Amending Article 7504, Revised Civil Statutes, relating to taxation.
Official veto proclamation has not been located; Bill was disapproved on 4/4/1919 according to notation in bill file.
 
SB 238 Authorizing the Commissioner of the Land Office to lease for oil and gas penitentiary lands, school lands, etc.
Official veto proclamation has not been located; Bill was disapproved on 4/5/1919 according to notation in bill file.
 

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