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44th Regular Session (1935) – Governor James V Allred

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 70 Absentee voting law amendments.   Veto
HB 81 Enlarging boundaries of Texas City, Texas.   Veto
HB 139 Concerning salaries of district attorneys in judicial districts of two or more counties.   Veto
HB 187 Firemens pensions in incorporated cities and towns.
Signed veto from Texas State Archives.
HB 225 Authorizing road districts composed of two or more counties to levy a tax for rights of way for State highways.   Veto
HB 257 Milk Code for Travis County.   Veto
HB 420 System of jury wheel for certain counties.   Veto
HB 491 Provide for civil service commission in cities for certain size.   Veto
HB 569 County commissioners in counties between 22,296 and 22,580 authorized to buy trucks.
House refused to pass over veto - House Journal Text.
HB 680 Criminal offense to use state-owned cars for political campaigns.
Signed veto from Texas State Archives
HB 726 Provide for grand jury bailiffs in certain counties.   Veto
HB 812 Change of school districts in counties between 60,000 and 61,000 population.   Veto
HB 814 Concerning laws on seining of fish.   Veto
HB 897 Sale of public free school lands under preference right.   Veto
HB 914 To create San Jacinto River Conservation and Reclamation District.
Signed veto from Texas State Archives
HB 941 An act to safeguard the public in the purchase of high grade plant and nursery stock, true to name; further defining the duties of the State Seed and Plant Board...   Veto
HB 973 Move Cherokee County from 6th Supreme Judicial District to 9th Judicial District.   Veto
SB 326 To amend law on intoxicating liquor.
Handwritten veto notation on official enrolled copy of bill
SB 475 Provide for a Special 3d District Court of Anderson, Henderson and Houston counties.   Veto
SB 529 Create County Court at Law for Travis County.   Veto
SB 532 To create Palo Duro State Park Board.
Signed veto from Texas State Archives
HCR 8 Granting permission to J.W. Maney and J.R. Alley to sue State for work done by them on Highway No. 39.   Veto

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.