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36th 1st Called Session
May 5, 1919 - May 9, 1919


Governor: William P. Hobby -  Vetoes

Lieutenant Governor: Willard Arnold Johnson

Speaker(s) of the House: Robert Ewing Thomason 

Special Session Topics

 Proclamations   Addresses

  • Enact a law to enable discharged soldiers, sailors and marines, who were employed in the army or navy of the United States who have been prevented from paying their poll taxes by reason of their service in the United States army or navy, and who are otherwise qualified voters, to vote in all elections to be held in this state during the current year. [Wed Apr 30, 1919]
  • Exercising the Prison System's option to purchase what is known as the Blue Ridge Farm. [Mon May 5, 1919]
  • Amending the act passed during the 36th Regular Session regarding the Board of Control as as to become affective January 1, 1920. [Tue May 6, 1919]


The House Journal and Senate Journal for the 36th 1st Called Session are available from the Legislative Reference Library.

House Rules (36th R.S.)
Joint Rules (36th R.S.)
Senate Rules (36th R.S.)

Bill statistics for the 36th Legislature, 1st Called Session

Filed 9 10 0 12 3 4 0 11 12 49
Passed 2 7 0 11 2 2 0 9 4 33
Vetoed 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0