Texas Attorney General Opinion: O-6745 Page: 2 of 13
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honorable Claude Isbell, page P
"Mef reports required by this Act shall be
deeoomed to be privileged and not for the inspection
of the gener l public, but any party or parties
vho are interested in the subject matter of any
report say, upon valid request in writing made to
. the Secretary of State, secure a copy of same."
B House Bill No. 180, Acts 36th legislature, Regu-
lar Session, 1919, Chapter 46, ection 4, page 8', the Legis-
ature re-snacted Section 3 in Its same terms aend again by
debate Bill No. 89, Acts Nth Legislature, Regular Session,
1921, Chapter 90 Section 4, page 173, Section 3 vas re-enact-
6 d In Identical items.
Uppa the eodifioation of the statutes in 19P5 Se-
tio n3 as above st forth, wva codified In the Revised tt-
utes of Texas, 195, as Article 7089, Chapter 3, Title l3P,
which is In part as follows
Said reports shall be deemed to be
privileged and not for the inspection of the gen-
eral public but one interested in the subject
matter of a report may secure a copy of the
same upon vsld request in ariti made to the
Secretary of State. . .
In 19)0, by House Bill No. o, Acts 41st Legisla-
t re, Fifth Called Session, 1930, Chapter 60, Section 3, ge
00, Article 7089 vas again amended in part to read as fol-
"Sad reports shall be deemed to be privil-
eged and not for the inspection of the general
public, but one interested in the subject matter
of any report may Secure a copy of same on~
atig an affdavit to the Secretary of State,
t igUtfiLtur of suc interest Each port
shall~ sworn to b ther the resident vce-,
and dieco La ore on rovi a A for
penalty ab 1 rall a te cVases, each roretn
corporat on sh, tor such purpose, desinate
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Texas. Attorney-General's Office. Texas Attorney General Opinion: O-6745, text, 1945; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth264022/m1/2/: accessed October 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.