Legislative Messages of Hon. James V. Allred, Governor of Texas 1935-1939 Page: 70 of 263
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This particular bill would enable beer joints to open throughout
the State during the summer season and then, by going out of business,
secure a refund of a large portion of the tax, thus entering unto
unfair competition with legitimate year around, stable dealers who have
paid their taxes for the purpose of engaging in business through the
WHEREAS, I am sure the proponents of the bill intended no such
NOW, THEREFORE, I, James V. Allred, Governor cf Texas, by virtue
of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do
hereby proclaim said bill vetoed for the reasons above set out and now
on file in the office of the Secretary of State.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I, James V. Allred, have hereunto set my
hand and caused the official seal to be affirmed hereto this 30th day of
May, A. D., 1935.
JAMES V. ALLRED
Governor of Texas
By the Governor
(Signed) Clyde E. Smith
Assistant Secretary of State
Governor of the State of Texas
May 30, 1935.
To All to Whovm These Piresents Shall Co,me:
WHEREAS, House Bill 914,
"AN ACT to create the San Jacinto River Conservation and Reclamation
District under the authority of Section 59, of Article 16, of
the Constitution of Texas, and defining the powers and duties of the
said District; providing for temporary directors and organization and
operation of the District; and the authority and duties of said temporary
directors; providing for determining the area of the District
for temporary organization and for permanent organization; providing
certain duties for the State Board of Water Engineers, State
Reclamation Engineers, the Lieutenant Governor of the State and the
Senate; providing for the manner of securing funds for engineering
surveys and other purposes necessary to develop information essential
to the ascertainment of the plan of improvement necessary to
secure control of harmful flood waters, and the useful distribution
of such water; providing that the said District shall be governed by
the provisions of Chapter 25, of the General and Special Laws of the
Regular Session of the Thirty-ninth Legislature and the various
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