The Laws of Texas, 1926 [Volume 24] Page: 5 of 1,784
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I, Miriam A. Ferguson, Governor of Texas, do hereby call the
Legislature of Texas to be convened at the State Capitol in the
City of Austin on the 13th day of September, 1926, for the following
To pass necessary and proper legislation that will validate and
legalize State, County, Commissioners' Precinct and Special Road
District Bonds or securities whose validity has been brought in
question by the decision of any state or federal courts, or otherwise.
And to cure any defects in the issuance of said bonds or
securities, or to provide by proper legislation to make said bonds
or securities binding and valid debts and obligations of the authority
issuing the same.
To make such investigation of any department of the State
Government that the Legislature may desire to make.
To consider any other subject or matter which may be submitted
to said Special Session by the Governor.
Done in the City of Austin this the 26th day of July, 1926.
MIRIAM A. FERGUSON,
Governor of Texas.
D. A. Gregg,
Acting Secretary of State.
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