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29th 2nd Called Session
March 26, 1906 - April 3, 1906


Governor: S.W.T. Lanham -  Vetoes

Lieutenant Governor: George D. Neal

Speaker(s) of the House: Francis William Seabury 

Special Session Topics


  • Provide for definitely determining the votes which candidates for party nominations for State and district offices shall receive in State and District political conventions, based upon the results of the primary elections held in the different counties of the State or of the district, as the case may be. [Mon Feb 26, 1906]


The House Journal and Senate Journal for the 29th 2nd Called Session are available from the Legislative Reference Library.

House Rules (29th R.S.)
House Rules (29th R.S.)
Joint Rules (29th R.S.)
Senate Rules (29th R.S.)

Bill statistics for the 29th Legislature, 2nd Called Session

Filed 6 5 0 48 4 2 1 14 10 80
Passed 2 3 0 45 1 1* 1 12 3 65
Vetoed 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

* SCR 1 was passed by the House and Senate, but did not receive the governor's approval and did not take effect. See Texas Constitution Article 4, Section 15.