27th Regular Session (1901) – Governor Joseph D. Sayers
|HB 9||Raising the scholastic age to twenty years.||Veto|
Relating to making appropriation for the State government for sixth months beginning March 1st, 1901, and ending August 31st, 1901, and for other purposes.
Line item veto.
|HB 49||To quiet titles to certain lands (better known as the "Confederate veteran validating act)." Proclamation||Veto|
|HB 78||To correct an error in the revised statutes of 1895, relating to appointment of boards of health in unincorporated towns and villages.||Veto|
|HB 89||Creating an asylum for support of idiots and imbeciles.||Veto|
|HB 143||Relating to granting permanent certificates.||Veto|
|HB 189||Amending the law relating to quarantine.||Veto|
|HB 242||Relating to drainage of lands.||Veto|
|HB 261||Providing for enlargement of the iron pipe manufactory at the Rusk penitentiary.||Veto|
|HB 269||Fixing minimum salaries of under officers and employees of the State penitentiaries.||Veto|
|HB 275||To amend the "Fee Bill" passed by the Twenty-fifth Legislature.||Veto|
|HB 309||Providing methods for adjudicating titles to certain lands in Southwest Texas.||Veto|
|SB 11||The "Inter-urban Railroad Bill."||Veto|
|SB 22||Providing for incorporation of mutual fire insurance companies.||Veto|
|SB 63||For relief of certain teachers in Greer County.||Veto|
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