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23rd Regular Session (1893) – Governor James Stephen Hogg

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 39 Relating to creating the fifty-fourth judicial district.
House Override - House Journal Text
Senate Override - Senate Journal Text
HB 116 Relating to making appropriations for the support of the State Government for the years beginning March 1, 1893, and ending February 28, 1895, to cover deficiencies, and for other purposes.   Veto
HB 206 An act to authorize, empower and direct the superintendents of penitentiaries of the State of Texas to receive from the Treasurer of the United States in the name of the State of Texas for the use and benefit of the Texas Confederate home, the bounty on sugar raised and manufactured on the state penitentiary convict farms in Texas.
Copy of handwritten proclamation.
HB 328 An act to create the Fifty-fifth judicial district, to be composed of Grayson and Collin counties.   Veto
HB 566 An act to ratify and confirm the action of the city of Houston, through its council in issuing certain public bonds, and to validate them.   Veto
HB 582 An act to amend certain sections of the charter of the city of Dallas.   Veto
HB 675 An act to validate certain courthouse and bridge bonds of Fort Bend county.   Veto
SB 91 An act to validate patents heretofore and herafter to be issued, and locations heretofore made, by virtue of Confederate veteran donation land certificates.   Veto
SB 145 To extend and enlarge the purposes for which corporations may be created and chartered in this State.   Veto
SB 156 An act to validate certain titles to lands located by virtue of certificates issued to railroad companies and now owned by private individuals.
Copy of handwritten proclamation.
HJR 21 To amend section 24, article 3 of the Constitution of the State of Texas [Provides for an amendment to the Constitution with reference to fees of members of the Legislature, changing the time from sixty to one hundred days for which members may be allowed per diem not exceeding $5 for each day.] Proclamation
Copy of handwritten proclamation.

Information about Vetoed Bills is unofficial and is provided as a public service by the Texas Legislative Reference Library. The Texas Legislative Reference Library makes no representation as to its completeness or accuracy and makes no warranty in regards to its use. Users assume all risk of reliance on the table.