10th Regular Session (1863) – Governor Pendleton Murrah

Bill * Caption Document
HB Int.11/4/1863 An act to raise two million of dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, by the sale of cotton bonds to provide for the defense of the state and to repel invasion and for the purchase of machinery for manufacturing purposes.   Veto
HB Int.11/7/1863 An act prescribing the duties of District Attorneys in certain cases therein mentioned.   Veto
HB Int.11/16/1863 An act to regulate publication in certain cases.   Veto
SB Int.11/11/1863 An act for the relief of the heirs at law of Thomas Moore deceased.   Veto
SB Int.11/25/1863 An act for the relief of William B. Burns.
Governor's Veto as printed in the Senate Journal is incomplete.
* Bill numbers were not always documented in the House and Senate Journals in the early years of the Legislature. Here we list the date that a bill was introduced.

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