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Proclamations by Governor James E. Ferguson

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07/30/1917 Calling the 35th Legislature in a Second Called or Special Session to convene on August 1, 1917, for the purpose of considering and making additional appropriation for the support and maintenance of the State University (University of Texas) for the two fiscal years beginning September 1, 1917, and ending August 31, 1919
04/14/1917 Calling a special session of the 35th Legislature to convene on April 18, 1917, for appropriations for the support of State government and its institutions, and the repair, restoration, and erection of necessary public buildings for the fiscal years beginning September 1, 1917, and ending August 31, 1919; and adoption of a uniform system of text books to be used in the public schools of this State after the contract for the present adoption has expired
04/26/1916 Calling a special session of the 34th Legislature to convene April 29, 1915, for the following purposes: making appropriations for the support of State government and its institutions, and the repair, restoration and erection of necessary public buildings for the fiscal years beginning September 1, 1915, and ending August 31, 1917; and modifying insurance laws with respect to the investment of their reserve and the assessment, levy and collection of a tax on the premium receipts from policyholders; same being Articles 4775 to 4786, inclusive, Revised Statutes. . ."The Robertson Insurance Law"; considering the "Gibson bill" relating to foreign insurance companies