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An act validating the authentication and registration of certain instruments of writing.
HB 432, bill with same caption as HB 58, was introduced after the Governor's veto was received for HB 58.
House Discussion and Passage for HB 432.
Senate Discussion and Passage for HB 432.
|HB 284||An act to regulate the order of business in district courts of Karnes county.||Veto|
|HB 357||An act to authorize the issuance of land certificates to heirs of those who were killed in the Dawson massacre, near Salado, in September, 1842, and of those who were taken prisoners there, and died while such prisoners.||Veto|
|HB 385||An act to limit the power of taxation in cities and towns.||Veto|
|HB 514||An act to incorporate the Houston and East Texas Narrow Gauge Railroad Company, and to grant State aid thereto.||Veto|
|SB 32||An act to amend 773b of the penal code.||Veto|
An act to allow the several county courts in this State to build court houses and jails, and make repairs and imnprovements for the benefit of the county, and to provide funds to defray the expenses of the same.
Bill amended in consideration of Governor's objections and the amended bill passed;
House Discussion and Passage - House Journal Text
Senate Discussion and Passage - Senate Journal Text
|SB 250||An act to regulate public roads in the State of Texas.||Veto|
|SB 371||An act declaring an act to incorporate the City of San Antonio, and grant a new charter to said city, and to repeal an act entitled an act to incorporate the City of San Antonio, approved July 17, 1856, an act to incorporate the City of San Antonio, approved February 11, 1860, and an act to incorporate the City of San Antonio, and grant a new charter to said city.||Veto|
|HJR 1||Providing for a resort to secondary evidence to ascertain the results of the general election held December 2, 1873, for Comptroller of Public Accounts, Treasurer, Commissioner of the General Land Office and Superintendent of Public Instruction and the vote upon the constitutional amendments.||Veto|
|SJR 331||Providing for delivery by the late State Printer to the Secretary of State of two thousand copies of the General Laws of the Thirteenth Legislature, printed in the German language, and paying him for the same.||Veto|
|SJR 391||To annex the parishes of Caddo and DeSoto, the State of Louisana, to the State of Texas.||Veto|
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