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28th Regular Session (1903) – Governor S.W.T. Lanham

This list has been compiled from sources available at the Legislative Reference Library and the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. The list is a work in progress; its completeness and accuracy have not been verified.

Bill Caption Document
HB 21 Legalizing the marriage of a step-daughter to a step-father.   Veto
HB 146 Fixing fees of justices of the peace.   Veto
HB 163 Requiring certain reports of cotton ginners, public and private weighers, etc.   Veto
HB 369 Defining unlawful insurance business.   Veto
HB 385 Exempting from taxation property of Texas Volunteer Guard.   Veto
HB 455 The "Old Stone Fort" at Nacogdoches.   Veto
HB 478 Authorizing Cooke county to issue bonds for roads.   Veto
HB 490 Known as the Southern Pacific Railroad Consolidation bill.   Veto
HB 541 To provide for the recompilation of certain abstracts.   Veto
HB 560 Road law for Guadalupe and other counties.   Veto
SB 4 To establish an asylum for idiots and imbeciles.   Veto
SB 22 Relating to the Board of Pardon Advisers.   Veto
SB 36 Known as the "Barbers' bill." Proclamation   Veto
SB 65 Known as the "Merchants' Occupation Tax bill." Proclamation   Veto
SB 67 Relating to quarantine.   Veto
SB 79 Fixing minimum salaries of penitentiary guards.   Veto
SB 97 Regulating salaries of principals of State Normal Schools.   Veto
SB 114 Relative to placing switchlights by railroad companies.   Veto
SB 127 Regulating salaries of superintendents and assistant physicians of insane asylums.   Veto
SB 318 To amend the law regulating the practice of pharmacy.   Veto
HCR 16 Authorizing the Land Commissioner to withhold certain lands from sale temporarily.   Veto

Information about Vetoed Bills is unofficial and is provided as a public service by the Texas Legislative Reference Library. The Texas Legislative Reference Library makes no representation as to its completeness or accuracy and makes no warranty in regards to its use. Users assume all risk of reliance on the table.