The Laws of Texas, 1934-1935 [Volume 29] Page: 97 of 2,086
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FORTY-THIRD LEGISLATURE-SECOND CALLED SESSION. 87
SEC. 3. All laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith shall
be, and are hereby, repealed.
SEC. 4. The crowded condition of the calendar, the near
approach of the end of this session and the fact that building
and expansion projects and progress of cites, towns, independent
school districts and others, and especially projects and
programs aided by the Public Works Administration of the
United States Government, are about to be frustrated or seriously
interfered with by the inadequacy of the present laws on the
subject matter herein dealt with create an emergency and an
imperative public necessity that the Constitutional Rule requiring
bills to be read on three several days in each House be and
the same is hereby suspended, and this Act shall take effect
and be in force from and after its passage, and it is so enacted.
[NOTE.-H. B. No. 158 passed the House, February 21, 1934,
by a vote of 105 yeas, 6 nays; passed the Senate, February 22,
1934, by a vote of 25 yeas, 0 nays.]
Approved March 7, 1934.
Effective March 7, 1934.
APPROPRIATION FOR LIVESTOCK SANITARY COMMISSION.
S. B. No. 10.] CHAPTER 35.
An Act making an emergency appropriation out of the General Revenue of
the State for the purpose of enforcing the provisions of House Bill No.
76, Chapter 52, First Called Session, Forty-first Legislature, and declaring
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Texas:
SECTION 1. That the sum of One Hundred Forty Thousand,
($140,000.00) Dollars be, and the same is hereby appropriated
out of any funds in the State Treasury not otherwise appropriated
to the Livestock Sanitary Commission for the purpose
of enforcing the provisions of House Bill No. 76, Chapter
52 of the Acts of the First Called Session of the Forty-first
Legislature, provided that said sum shall be spent by said Livestock
Sanitary Commission only when matched by a like sum
by the Federal Government.
SEC. 2. The fact that at this time the Livestock Sanitary
Commission is handicapped by lack of funds to enforce the
provisions of Chapter 52, and the fact that diseases among
livestock is prevalent in Texas, and, further, that the Federal
Government is willing to match dollars with the State of Texas
for the purpose of eradicating such diseases, but that the State
has not appropriated such moneys for such purposes creates
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