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HB 206, 49th Regular Session
Relating to making appropriations for the support, maintenance and improvement of the Eleemosynary and Reformatory Institutions of the State of Texas for the two-year period beginning September 1, 1945, and ending August 31, 1947; and prescribing certain regulations and restrictions in respect to the expenditure of said appropriations.

Author: Monta B. Morgan
Coauthor: Harley Herman Sadler | Marvin A. "Bill" Bundy | John Peter Stubbs | Marvin B. Simpson, Jr. | Frank G. Svadlenak | Earl Huddleston | Marshall O. Bell | Sam C. Sellers | Roger Q. Mills | Florence Fenley | Preston P. "Pete" Mangum | George G. Calhoun | Harry D. Pruett | Robert L. Reader | James M. Woods | David B. Walker | John T. Lock | Charles V. Lansberry | Cecil Hamilton Barnes | Clifton C. Gardner | Frank Edd White | Thomas R. Bond | John Rankin Donnell | William S. "Bill" Foster | Charles Milford McFarland | Claude Callaway

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1945, 49th R.S.,ch. 237, General and Special Laws of Texas

Subjects:
Mental Health & Mental Retardation
Minors--Juvenile Justice
State Finances--Appropriations

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