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|HB 48||Providing for the destruction of certain wild animals.||Veto|
|HB 383||To establish an institute for the care of the feeble-minded.||Veto|
|HB 409||Providing for an addition to the General Land Office.||Veto|
Relating to authorizing the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Company to purchase the railroads and all other properties of the Texas and Gulf Railway Company now owned and hereafter acquired, and to operate the same under the charter of the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Company, and as part of its own lines, and to extend the said railroads and to construct branches therefrom by amendment to its charter under the general laws of the State of Texas.
House Override - House Journal Text
Senate Override - Senate Journal Text
|SB 39||Relating to making appropriations for the support of the State government for two years, beginning September 1, 1907, and ending August 31, 1909, and for other purposes, and prescribing certain regulations and restrictions in respect thereto.||Veto|
|SB 65||To establish a series of uniform textbooks.||Veto|
|SB 109||Relating to making appropriations for deficiencies in the appropriations heretofore made for the support of the State government for the fiscal years ending August 31, 1903; August 31, 1904; August 31, 1905; August 31, 1906; August 31, 1907, being for claims registered in the Comptroller's office in accordance with law, and for outstanding claims not registered, and to make additional appropriations for the support of the State government for the years ending August 31, 1905; August 31, 1906, and August 31, 1907.||Veto|
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