6 amendment(s) found [ Election date: November 3, 1936 ]
|44th R.S.||SJR 3-a||For the amendment to the state Constitution providing for the establishment of a state dispensary system having the exclusive sale of distilled liquors, and providing for local option.||Defeated|
|44th R.S.||HJR 9||For the amendment to the Constitution of Texas, limiting every county to not more than seven (7) Representatives under any apportionment unless said county shall have a population of more than seven hundred thousand (700,000) people as ascertained by the most recent United States Census in which event such county shall be entitled to one additional Representative to each one hundred thousand (100,000) population in excess of seven hundred thousand (700,000) population.||Adopted|
|44th R.S.||SJR 14||For the amendment to the state Constitution fixing the salary of the Governor at twelve thousand ($12,000) dollars per annum; the salary of the Attorney General at ten thousand ($10,000) dollars per annum; the salary of the Comptroller, Treasurer, and Commissioner of the General Land Office at six thousand ($6,000) dollars per annum, and the salary of the Secretary of State at six thousand ($6,000)dollars per annum.||Adopted|
|44th R.S.||SJR 18||For the amendment to the Constitution authorizing retirement and the creation of a retirement fund for persons employed in public schools and colleges and universities supported wholly or partly by the state.||Adopted|
|44th R.S.||HJR 23||For the amendment authorizing the Legislature to provide for the payment of Workmen's Compensation Insurance for employees of the State.||Adopted|
|44th R.S.||SJR 26||For the amendment of Section 11 of Article IV of the Constitution of the State of Texas, so as to provide for a Board of Pardons and Paroles, and to make the Governor's pardoning power subject to recommendations of said Board, except in cases of treason the Governor may grant reprieves, commutations and pardons with the advice and consent of the Legislature.||Adopted|
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