27th Regular Session (1901) – Governor Joseph D. Sayers

Bill Caption Document
HB 9 Raising the scholastic age to twenty years.   Veto
HB 31 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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