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An act to amend an act entitled "an act to provide for the mode and manner of conducting elections, making returns and for the protection and purity of the ballot box," approved August 15, 1870.
Committee Report explaining recommendation to sustain veto. House Journal Text
An act to regulate the proceedings in the district courts of the State.
Attorney General Opinion. House Journal Text
|HB 421||An act to create the county of Tegener.||Veto|
|HB 631||An act to provide that certified copies of patents, grants and titles as recorded in the General Land Office, and of deeds and other instruments relating to land recorded in any county of this State may be read in evidence as original testimony.||Veto|
|HB 673||An act to authorize the County Court of Upshur county to levy a special tax for the completion of the court house in said county.||Veto|
|HB 698||An act to amend an act entitled "an act to incorporate the Belton Bridge Company.||Veto|
|HB 730||An act relative to the assessment and collection of taxes for school purposes in the several school districts of the State, and regulating the expenditure of moneys arising from the same.||Veto|
|HB 762||An act to provide for payment of sheriffs in conveying prisoners to the State penitentiary.||Veto|
|SB 396||An act confirming the powers granted to the municipal authorities of the incorporated cities and towns of the State.||Veto|
|SB 437||An act to regulate in part the receipt and disbursement of public money.||Veto|
|SB 443||An act explanatory of the tax laws of the State of Texas, and to avoid double taxation.||Veto|
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