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HOUSE BILLS, HISTORY OF IN HOUSE BILLS, HISTORY OF IN THE SENATE-Continued.
THE SENATE-Continued. port adopted; passed to third road hands, 253.-Referred, 256. reading, 403,-Finally passed, 443. Reported favorably and be not -Signed, 493.
printed, 288.-Read second time,
400-401. Committee report 156. Creating the Bonnie View In
adopted; passed to third reading, dependent School District in Re
401,-Finally passed, 448.fugio County, 254.-Referred,
Signed, 493. 256.--Reported favorably and be not printed, 278.- Read second | 166. An Act extending the boundartime; committee report adopted; ies of the Tahoka Independent passed to third reading, 401.-Fi- School District in Lynn County, nally passed, 440.-Signed, 493. 253.-Referred, 256.-Reported
favorably and be not printed, 278. 157. Providing for the eradication -Read second time; committee reof the pink bollworm, 349.-Re
port adopted; passed to third readferred, 351.- Reported favorably
ing, 403.–Finally passed, 443with amendment and be not
444.—Signed, 493. printed, 368.–Constitutional rule suspended; Senate rule suspended; 168. Amend the law providing for committee report adopted; passed aiding rural schools, 492.- Reto third reading; constitutional ferred, 495.- Motion to suspend rule suspended; finally passed, the regular order and take up 355.—House refuses to concur in failed, 505. Senate amendment, 364.–Senate grants request for Free Conference 171. Fixing the fees to be charged Committee, 364.-Conference re- by the State Board of Water Engiport read and laid on the table neers, 492.-Referred, 495.- Resubject to call, 494 (Printed 509). ported favorably and be not -Conference report read, 499.- printed, 508.--Taken up by Conference report adopted, 501.- unanimous consent, 503.—ConstiHouse adopts Conference report, tutional rule suspended; read sec502.--Signed, 559.
ond time; Senate rule suspended;
committee report adopted; passed 159. Requiring parties making ap- to third reading; constitutional
plication for charters to pay actual rule suspended; finally passed, expenses, 501.- Referred, 504.
504.—Signed, 562. Reported favorably and be not printed, 567.—Read second time; 178. Amending the Colem a n Senate rule seuspended; committee County road system, 450.-Rereport adopted; passed to third ferred, 452.-Reported favorably reading; constitutional rule sus- and be not printed. 464.- Read pended; finally passed, 568.- second time; committee report Signed, 562.
adopt d; passed to third reading;
constitutional rule suspended, 163. Creating the Fredericksburg 488.– Finally passed, 489.
Independent School District in Signed, 559.
179. 256.--Reported favorably and be
Amending the law creating the
School 277.- Read second not printed,
Distime; committee renort adopted;
trict in Sutton County, 450.-Repassed to third reading, 401.-Fi
ferred, 452.-Reported favorably nally passed, 439.-Signed, 493.
and he not printed, 465.—Read
second time; committee renort 164. Creating a more efficient road adopted; passed to third reading;
system for Blanco County, 253.- constitutional rule suspended, 490. Referred, 256.-Reported favor
--Finally passed, 491.-Signed, ably and be not printed, 304.
559. Read second time; committee re
181. Creating the Somerset Indeport adopted: passed to third read- pendent School District, 455.— ing. 395.--Finally passed, 438.
Referred. 455. Reported favort Signed, 493.
ably and be not printed. 465.—
Read second time; committee re165. Giving commissioners courts nort adonted: passed to third read
the power to regulate the pay of ing; constitutional rule suspended; passed
HOUSE BILLS, HISTORY OF IN HOUSE BILLS, HISTORY OF IN THE SENATE-Continued.
THE SENATE—Continued. finally passed, 489.-Signed, 559.
to third reading; finally
passed, 503.—Signed, 562. 185.-Creating the Emory Independ
ent School District, 455.-Re- 193. Creating the Concho Independe ferred, 455.-Reported favorably ent School District, 501.-Reand be not printed, 465.—Read ferred, 504.—Reported favorably second time; committee report and be not printed, 508.—Read adopted; passed to third reading; second time; committee report constitutional rule suspended; fi- adopted; passed to third reading; nally passed, 498.-Signed, 559x constitutional rule suspended, 560.
-Finally passed, 561.-Signed, 186. Amending the law creating the
563. Ray Common School District in Goliad County, 450.-Referred, 195. Creating the State School of 452.- Reported favorably and be Correspondence, 554.-Referred, not printed, 463.---Read second 555. time, 489-490.-Committee report adopted; passed to third reading; 196. Creating the Devine Independconstitutional rule suspended; fi
ent School District in Medina nally passed, 490.-Signed, 559.
County, 492.-Referred, 495.
Reported favorably and be not 187.
Providing for the redemption printed, 508.—Taken up by unaniof land sold for taxes, 501.-Re- mous consent; constitutional rule ferred, 504.-Reported favorably suspended; read second time; Senand be not printed, 567.-Read ate rule suspended; committee resecond time; Senate rule
port adopted; passed to third readpended; committee report adopted; ing; constitutional rule suspended, passed to third reading; constitu- 505.–Finally passed, 506.tional rule suspended; finally Signed, 562. passed, 558.-Signed, 562.
197. Creating the Oklaunion Inde188. Creating the New Lynn Inde- pendent School District in Wil
pendent School District in Lynn barger County, 492.-Referred, County, 451.-Referred, 452.-Re- 495.-Reported favorably and be ported favorably and
not printed, 508.—Read second printed, 465.—Read second time,
time; committee report adopted; 497-498. Committee report passed to third reading; constituadopted; passed to third reading;
tional 'rule suspended; finally constitutional rule suspended; fi- passed, 561.-Signed, 563. nally passed, 498.-Signed, 559.
190. Appropriations authorizing the
SENATE SIMPLE RESOLUTION, payment of miscellaneous claims,
HISTORY OF501.-Referred, 504.-Reported
favorably and be not printed, 567. 1. By Senator Caldwell: Author191. Validating the Charter of the
izing the payment for the printing
of the permanent Journal of the City of Anson, 455.- Referred,
First and Second Called Sessions 455.- Reported favorably and be
of the Thirty-sixth Legislature.not printed, 509.-Read second
Adopted, 3. time; Senate rule suspended; committee report adopted; passed to 2. By Senators Hertzberg, Page, third reading; constitutional rule Dudley, Williford, Dean, Davidson, suspended; finally passed, 506.- Suiter, Buchanan of Bell, Witt, Signed, 562.
Buchanan of Scurry, Westbrook,
Alderdice, Dayton: Urging Loui192. Fixing the compensation for
siana to ratify the amendment to the official shorthand reporters in
the Federal Constitution granting the Third, Thirty-ninth, and Fif
the suffrage to women, 33,tieth Judicial Districts. 455.-Re
Adopted, 34.' ferred, 455.-Reported favorably and be not printed, 508.-Read 3. By Senators Clark, Smith, second time; Senate rule
Cousins, Dudley, Hertzberg. Daypended; committee report adopted; ton, McNealus, Williford, Rector,
SENATE SIMPLE RESOLUTIONS, SENATE SIMPLE RESOLUTIONS, HISTORY OF_Continued.
Alderdice, Witt, Gibson, Hall, Cald- Bill No. 64 for
correction.well, Faust: Appointing Berkley Adopted, 293. Bell page of the Finance Com
15. mittee.-Adopted, 34.
Providing for an investigation
of conditions at Galveston in 4. By Senator Davidson: Request- relation to martial law.-Tabled,
ing the Attorney General's advice 306.
In regard to a placard for GenAdopted, 35.
eral McAlexander's picture. —
Adopted, 319. 5. By Senator Caldwell: Increas
ing the number of daily Journals, 17. By McNealus: Requesting the 55.–Tabled, 70.
recall of troops from Galveston,
319. 6. By Senator Gibson: Adding certain members to the Committee on
18. By Senator Borough: Calling Agriculture.—Adopted, 70.
for an itemized statement of the
traveling expenses in the state de6 (a). By Senator Page: Author
partments.-Adopted, 345. izing waste paper in State Capitol to be turned over to the W. B. 19. By Senator Hall: Instructing Travis Chapter of the Daughters
the Senate conferees on House Bill of the Republic of Texas.
No. 157 and Senate Bill No. 68.Adopted, 88.
Ruled out on a point of order, 346. 7. By Senator Westbrook: Extend- 19. By Senator Caldwell: Inviting ing the privileges of the floor to
Hon. Carlos Bee to address the Ex-Senator W. J. Townsend, 90.
Senate.--Adopted, 383. Adopted, 91.
20. By Senator McNealus: Paying 8. By Senator Woods, et al.: Ex
J. A. Kenny $7.00 per day.tending thanks to the City of Adopted, 383. Austin for the “Chicken Barbe
By Senator Witt: Memorializing cue'' given the Legislature.
Mrs. Nannie Webb Curtis.Adopted, 112.
Adopted, 383-384. 9. By Buchanan of Bell: Extend
Providing for the printing of ing the privileges of the floor to
the laws of the Third Called SesEx-Senator Matthew A. Hall of
sion of the Thirty-sixth LegislaNebraska.-Adopted, 123.
ture.—Adopted, 453. 10. Paying J. A. Kenny $7.00 per 23.
By Senator Page: Requesting day, 152.-Amended by Senator
the return of Senate Bill No. 101 Caldwell, 152-153.–Failed to pass
for correction.-Adopted, 486. as amended, 153.
24. By Senators Strickland and 11. Expressing regret at the death
Dudley: Commending the expresof Mrs. Joseph Burton Dibrell.
sions of friendliness on the part Adopted, 178.
of De la Huerta, President of 11(a). Extending the privileges of
Mexico.-Adopted, 487. the floor to Ex-Lieutenant Gov
25. By Senator Witt, et al.: Exernor George T. Jester.-Adopted, 192.
tending the privileges of the floor
to Hon. Tom Connally.-Adopted, 12. Providing new quarters for the
489. Lieutenant Governor.-Amended
26. By Calwell: Post-session resoand adopted, 202.
lution.-Adopted, 502-503. 13. Recommending that Mr. C. M. 27. By Senator Page: Providing Calloway, an employee of the Land
for additional copies of the JourOffice, receive a leave of absence.
nal containing the Pink Bollworm --Adopted, 214.
bill.-Adopted, 507. 14. Requesting the return of House 1 28. By Senator Clark: Prohibiting
SENATE SIMPLE RESOLUTIONS, SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLU-
TIONS, HISTORY OF IN THE
SENATE-Continued. the use of the Senate reception room during the absence of the 7. Permitting the Travis County Senate. —Adopted, 554.
Thomason Club to use the Hall of
Representatives.-Adopted, 296.29. By Senator Clark: Prohibiting
Returned from the House, 296.the use of the Senate Chamber
Signed, 309. during the absence of the Senate. -Adopted, 554.
8. Concerning the audit of the
Treasury Department, 317.-Re30. By Senator Dudley: Censoring
ferred, 317. the Commissioner of Insurance and Banking for alleged statements 9. By Senator Bailey: In regard to made by him printed in the Austin the action of the Senate and House papers, 554.-Laid on the table
conferences on the pink bollworm subject to call, 558.
bill.—Tabled, 383. 31. By Senator McNealus: Ex- | 10.
By Senator Clark: In regard tending sympathy to the Irish Re- to traveling expenses of State offipublic.—Adopted, 560.
cials Adopted, 453.- Received
from the House, 484.-Signed, 31. Providing the number of Jour
500.- Enrolled, 528. nals to be printed.-Adopted, 562.
11. Correcting figures in House 32. Extending sympathies to Mr.
Bill No. 50.-Adopted, 449. and Mrs. Raymond Gilmore on the death of their son.—Adopted, 563. 12. Asking the return from the
Governor of Senate Bill No. 61.
Adopted, 561.-Received from the
HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLU1. By Senator Cousins: Providing
TIONS, HISTORY OF IN THE for inquiry into the pink bollworm
1. Providing for an inquiry into the 1. By Dorough: Inviting Senator
pink bollworm infestation, 38.Morris Sheppard to address the
Adopted, 39.—Signed, 82.
suffrage amendment to the Federal
Constitution, 33.-Adopted, 36.2. Granting Mr. C. C. Thomas a
Signed, 39. leave of absence.-Adopted, 154,
-Returned from the House, 206. 5. Extending greetings to the Presi-
Adopted, 88.—Signed, 152, 3. In regard to the pink bollworm
report, 156.-Reported favorably, 7. Granting Hon. F. 0. McKinsey a 189.-Adopted, 349.
leave of absence, 89.-Adopted, 89. 4. Granting a leave of absence to
-Signed, 152. J. A. Platt.-Adopted, 199.
8. Inviting Hon. Louis J. Wortham Returned from the House, 296.
to address the Legislature, 117.Signed, 351.
Adopted, 123.-Signed, 200. 5. Postponing the putting into effect of the minimum wage law
9. Granting leave of absence to for women, 203.- Adopted, 204.
Judge 0. Childers, 148.Returned from the House, 296.- Adopted, 168.-Signed, 200. Signed, 309.- Enrolled, 340.
10. Relating to cannons taken from 6. Providing for sine die adjourn- the Capitol Grounds, 148.--Re
ment June 12, 1920.-Referred, ferred, 149.- Reported favorably, 293.
191.-Adopted, 246.—Signed, 301.
HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLU- HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLU
TIONS, HISTORY OF IN THE TIONS, HISTORY OF IN THE
SENATE-Continued. Relating to traveling expenses 18. Granting leave of absence to of State employes, 196.-Referred, Hon. George E. Hosey, 496.199.
Adopted, 498-499 (error in Jour
nal, H. C. R. No. 8, page 498, 13. Granting leave of absence to
should be H. C. R. No. 18).Hon. W. P. Leslie, 298.-Adopted, 302,- Return froin the House for
Signed, 563. correction requested, 354.-Signed, 19.
Relating to the policy of Texas 398.
in the eradication of the pink boll14. Concerning the Medical Depart
worm, 559.–Adopted, 560.ment of the University of Texas,
Signed, 563. 441.-Adopted, 449.-Signed, 499.
20. Relating to certain disburse15. Relating to the cost of making ments at the A. and M. College.
cement, 441.-Adopted, 449.- Referred, 562.
Signed, 500. 16. Requesting the Comptroller to make a statement concerning Con
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS, federate pensions, 387.-Referred,
HISTORY OF IN SENATE388.
1. Reconsidering the action of the 17. ' Relating to grades of cotton in Texas Legislature in ratifying the the U. S., 484.
suffrage amendment, 35.