Legislative Reference Library of Texas About the library Site Index

Legislative Reference Library of Texas
your partner in legislative research

Legislative clips Legislative clips archive Texas media links Current articles Texshare databases New books New & Noteworthy
Legislative Archive System Index to Sections Affected Conference committee reports Constitutional amendments Vetoes State budget Redistricting information Signed copies of bills Statutory revision Texas law timeline Water law timeline Statute publication dates Legislative intent guide
Texas Legislators: Past & Present Governors of Texas Lt. Governors and Speakers Senate Presidents Pro Tempore Senate & House seniority Member statistics Chief Elected Officials Texas legislators on Twitter
Sessions and years Bill statistics Member statistics Bill effective dates Legislative deadlines Session summaries Special sessions Legislative staff lists
Today's meetings Meetings by date Standing committees Committees by session Committee search Legislative reports Committee minutes Standing committee appointments
Library catalog House & Senate Journals House & Senate Rules Parliamentary resources General and Special Laws of Texas Codes of 1856 Paschal's Digest Penal Code revision research guide Code of Criminal Procedure guide Deceptive Trade Practices Act Impeachment of O.P. Carrillo Gubernatorial inauguration materials Water resources research guide School finance litigation archive
Frequently Asked Questions Contacting your legislator Texas bill status State agency hotlines & citizen   assistance Texas legislative agencies &   process Other libraries Public policy resources

LRL Home - Sessions - Special sessions of the Texas Legislature - Special sessions topicsprinter friendly versionreturn to screen view

Special sessions topics

13 special legislative session topics [ session: 41st, 4 C.S. ] Topics are based on the text of the Governor's official proclamations and messages.

 41st 4th C.S.  Proclamations   Supplementary materials

  • Consider and act on such other subjects as may, from time to time during the Session, be submitted by message or otherwise. [Mon Jan 20, 1930]
  • Consider the report of said legislative committee appointed to investigate the operation of the Fee System, and the enactment of laws placing proper limits upon the fees of officers, and preventing the collection of unreasonable compensation in the matter pointed out in said report. [Mon Jan 20, 1930]
  • Provide for the reorganization of the Texas Prison System, and the improvement of the Texas Prison System into a modern penal institution. [Mon Jan 20, 1930]
  • Amending Chapter 282 of the General Laws, passed at the Regular Session of the Forty-first Legislature. [Mon Feb 10, 1930]
  • Amending the law providing for the payment of pensions under Section 51 of Article 3 of the Constitution. [Mon Feb 10, 1930]
  • Amendment of Chapter 289, Acts of the Regular Session of the Forty-first Legislature, held invalid by opinion of the Attorney General's Department. [Mon Feb 10, 1930]
  • Measure of reform affecting procedure in civil and criminal cases, making some amendment to the Act creating the Commission of Appeals. [Mon Feb 10, 1930]
  • Prescribing the duties of the Board of Education with respect to the management and handling of the oil, gas and other minerals in and on lands belonging to the permanent school fund. [Mon Feb 10, 1930]
  • Prevent the construction of any large building on the site of the Travis County Courthouse, or at any point adjacent to the State Capitol Building, which can be prevented in the constitutional exercise of the police power of the State. [Mon Feb 10, 1930]
  • Raising funds to meet appropriations. [Mon Feb 10, 1930]
  • Validating the corporate limits of certain cities and towns. [Mon Feb 10, 1930]
  • Validation of outstanding bond issue of counties, road districts and other political subdivisions of the State. [Mon Feb 10, 1930]
  • Amending the election laws. [Mon Feb 17, 1930]

Information on this website is provided as a public service by the Legislative Reference Library. The Legislative Reference Library makes no representation as to its completeness or accuracy and makes no warranty in regard to its use. Users assume all risk of reliance on the information included on this site.