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1760 GENERAL AND SPECIAL LAWS.
SEC. 2. All laws and parts of laws, both General and Special,
in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.
SEC. 3. The importance of this legislation and the crowded
condition of the calendar creates an emergency and an imperative
public necessity that the Constitutional Rule requiring bills
to be read on three several days be suspended, and the same is
hereby suspended, and this Act shall be in force and take effect
from and after its passage, and it is so enacted.
[NoTE.-S. B. No. 19 passed the Senate, June 21, 1937, by a
vote of 26 yeas, 0 nays; passed the House, with amendments,
June 23, 1937, by a vote of 112 yeas, 0 nays; Senate refused to
concur in House amendments, June 24, 1937, and Conference
Committee appointed; Senate adopted Conference Committee
report, June 24, 1937, by a vote of 27 yeas, 0 nays; House
adopted Conference Committee report, June 25, 1937, by a vote
of 109 yeas, 0 nays.]
Approved July 7, 1937.
Effective July 7, 1937.
REVISING LIQUOR CONTROL LAW.
S. B. No. 20.] CHAPTER 13.
An Act amending Chapter 467, Acts of the Second Called Session of the
Forty-fourth Legislature as amended by House Bill No. 5, Acts of the
Regular Session of the Forty-fifth Legislature providing for the issuance
of certain permits by the Texas Liquor Control Board and defining
the privileges to be exercised thereunder; further providing certain
and definite procedure in applying for permits and licenses; further
regulating -the traffic in alcoholic beverages in this State and prescribing
penalties for violations thereof; providing the Texas Liquor
Control Board and its representatives with additional powers to administer
the provisions of the Texas Liquor Control Act; providing for
certain issues to be submitted at local option elections; providing for
the procedure in hearings before the Board or Administrator and in
appealing from decisions of the Board or Administrator; providing
cities, towns, and counties to regulate the sale of beer in certain
areas; further providing for the making and keeping of records by
licensees and permittees and providing penalties therefor; further
defining offenses under the Texas Liquor Control Act and prescribing
penalties; amending Sections 15(8), 15(12), 15(16), 15(c) (2), 17(4),
17(6), 21(c), 40, 23(a)2, and 25(a) all of Article I and Sections 3(h),
3-b, 7(d), 7(e), 9, 19, 20, 22, and 26 of Article II, Chapter 467, Acts
of the Second Called Session of the Forty-fourth Legislature as
enacted and amended by Sections 16-15(8), 16-15(12), 16-15(16),
19-15(c)(2), 22-17(4), 22-17(6), 29-21(c), 30(a)-40, 31-23(a)-2,
33-25(a), 49-3(h), 49-3-b, 49-7(d), 49-7(e), 49-9, 49-19, 49-20,
49-22, and 49-26, respectively of House Bill No. 5, Acts of the Regular
Session of the Forty-fifth Legislature; adding thereto a new section
to be known as Section 101/2 of Article II; fixing the effective date of
this Act and
declaring an emergency.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Texas:
SECTION 1. That Subdivision 8 under Section 15, Article I,
Chapter 467, Acts of the Second Called Session of the Forty-
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