SB 110, 36th R.S. history

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SB 110, 36th R.S.
Relating to defining live stock commission merchants; requiring such merchants to give bond; providing for renewal of such bond; imposing penalties for pursuing the occupation of live stock commission merchant when bond has not been made, or when there has been an intentional breach of said bond; requiring remittances of the proceeds of stock sold by such commission merchant to be made to the consignees within forty eight hours after such sale has been made, either in certified check or bank exchange, unless waived in writing by such consignee.

Author: Robert Lee Carlock, Sr.
Coauthor: William Steve Bell

Vetoed by Governor William P. Hobby

Note: Official veto proclamation has not been located; Bill was disapproved on 4/3/1919 according to notation in bill file.

Occupational Regulation--Other Trades & Professions

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