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be construed to abrogate, relinquish or affect said nomination, but only is intended as a resignation of the remainder of the term for which I was elected as Senator at the November election of 1910, which term expires by limitation November 3, 1914. I in no way relinquish or abandon the nomination of the Democratic party for the Senatorship from the Twenty-fifth Senatorial District, which was accorded me by vote of that district on the 25th day of July, 1914. I expect to serve as such representative during the constitutional term. Please transmit the within resigna

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SENATE AND HOUSE BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS--HISTORY OF IN THE SENATE.

SENATE BILLS, HISTORY OF IN THE SENATE (In numerical order). (Note. First number following subject matter indicates page where introduced, read first time and referred to a committee.)

1. By Senator Westbrook et al.: The "Bank of Texas" bill, 5.—Reported, favorable majority, adverse minority, 36.-Taken up, majority committee report adopted, amended, pending, 97, 98, 99, 100, 103, 104.

2. By Senator Willacy: Per diem for members and employes, 8.-Reported favorably, 24.-Taken up, constitutional rule suspended; read second time, Senate rule suspended, committee report adopted; ordered engrossed; constitutional rule suspended; read third time and passed, 9.-Reported engrossed, 24. -Received from House, 27.-Signed, 27.

3. By Senator Willacy: Making appropriation for contingent expenses, 8.Reported favorably, 24.-Taken up, constitutional rule suspended; read second time, Senate rule suspended, committee report adopted; passed to engrossment; constitutional rule suspended; read third time and passed, 10.-Reported engrossed, 24. Received from House, 27. Signed, 27.

4. By Senators Carter and Collins: Divorcement of cotton oil mills and cotton gins, 31.-Reported favorably, 34.

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ford: Providing for reduction in cotton acreage for 1915, 94.-Reported, favorable majority, adverse minority, 106.Made special order, 118.-In full, 128.Read second time, amended, pending, 137, 139, 140.-Taken up, amended, pending, 146, 149.-Taken up, amended, pending, 154, 155, 156, 157.-Refused to take up, 160.

8. By Senator Warren: Providing for tax on cotton production for 1915, 122.

9. By Senator Lattimore: Providing for reduction in cotton acreage for 1915, 125.-In full, 130.-Reported favorably, 142.

10. By Senator Astin: Providing for reduction in cotton acreage for 1915, 125.-In full, 132.-Reported, adverse majority, favorable minority, 143.

11. By Senator Henderson: Providing for tax for excess in cotton acreage for 1915, 125.—In full, 130.

12. By Senator Terrell: Providing for limiting cotton acreage for 1915, 135.-Reported favorably, 142.—In full, 143.-Refused to take up, 160.

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3. By Senator Townsend: Endorse- By Senator Hudspeth: Providing for ment of President Wilson's administra-newspaper tion, 120.-Read, amended, pending, 120. adopted, 6.

4. By Senator McNealus: Providing for sine die adjournment for October 16.-Read and laid on table subject to call, 122.

5. By Senator Watson: Providing for sine die adjournment on October 17, 1914. Read and adopted, 135.

6. By Senator Bailey of DeWitt: Providing for committee to arrange for the attendance, by the Legislature, upon the funeral of the late R. R. Gaines.

Read and adopted, 137.-Received from House, 139.

7. By Senator Watson: Providing for sine die adjournment for October

20. Read and lost, 153, 154.

8. By Senator Nugent: Providing for sine die adjournment for October 21.-Read and laid on table subject to call, 158.-Called up and adopted, 159.

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(Note.-First number following subject matter indicates page where introduced, read and referred, or adopted, as the case may be.)

By Senator Nugent: Providing for election of officers and employes, 3.Read and adopted, 3.

By Senator Nugent: Relating to clerical help.-Read and adopted, 3.

By Senator Nugent: Fixing salary of employes. Read and adopted, 3.

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By Senator McGregor et al.: Expressing sympathy on account of death of son of Assistant Doorkeeper.-Read and adopted, 27.

By Senator Willacy et al.: Expressing sympathy on account of death of Mrs. E. G. Senter.-Read and adopted, 27.

By Senator Willacy: Relating to passage of a "stay law."-Read and ordered printed in Journal, 30.

By Senator Conner: Providing for

amendment to the Rules.-Read and referred to Committee on Rules, 31.

By Senator Watson: Providing postage for certain officers.-Read and adopted, 32.

By Senator Townsend: Relating to committee report on S. B. No. 1.-Read and withdrawn, 33.

By Senator Terrell: Relating to By Senator Nugent: Providing for President Pro Tem.-Read and laid on employes. Read and adopted, 4. table subject to call, 35.-Read and adopted, 38.

By Senator Townsend: Requesting Librarian to furnish members of Senate certain literature on banking.-Read and adopted, 4.

By Senator Harley: Providing for extra copies of Bank bill in pamphlet form. Read and adopted, 4.

By Senator Brelsford: Providing for telephone booth for use of members. Read and adopted, 4.

By Senator Collins et al.: Requesting that members do not absent themselves from session of Legislature.Read and tabled, 4.

By Senator Townsend: Providing for the acceptance of the invitation of the House to attend the speaking on this day, 37.

By Senator Hudspeth: Granting use of Senate Chamber to ladies of Austin.-Read and adopted, 38.

By Senator Conner: Amendment to Senate Rules, 38.-Read and postponed, 39.—Taken up, 96.-Taken up and laid on table subject to call, 97.

By Senator Hudspeth: Providing for page to answer telephone.-Read and adopted, 39.

By Senator Westbrook: Giving no- Nealus on account of his 64th annivertice of resignation of C. A. Duff.-Read and adopted, 40.

By Senator Terrell: Relating to President Pro Tem.-Read and referred to committee, 94.-Report of committee, 101.

By Senator Collins: Providing for

Manual for Senator Townsend.-Read and adopted, 94.

sary.-Read and adopted, 134.

By Senator Warren: Extending courtesies to State Senator Casteel, of Mississippi.-Read and adopted, 136.

By Senator McNealus: Providing for addition to Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds.-Read and adopted, 147.

By Senators Collins and Hudspeth: Relating to action of Southern Congressmen relating to cotton situation.

By Senator McNealus: Extending courtesies to Hon. M. M. Brooks. Read and adopted, 152. Read and adopted, 96.

By Senator Gibson: Providing for adjournment on account of reception by ladies of Austin, to be held in Senate Chamber, 100.-Refused to take 103.

up,

By Senator Wiley: Directing Superintendent of Public Buildings and Grounds to place Senate committee rooms in order by time of regular session. Read and adopted, 102.

By Senator McGregor: Indorsing position of Hon. Jas. A. Reed, United States Senator from Missouri, as to pen

By Senator Willacy: Extending courtesies to ex-Senator Jim Terrell.—Read and adopted, 156.

By Senator McNealus: Providing for executive session.-Read and adopted, 158.

By Senator Collins: Providing for committee to arrange for post-session clerical work.-Read and adopted, 163.Committee appointed, 163.-Report of committee, 164.

By Senator Taylor et al.: Extending thanks to Senator Hudspeth as presidalties of violators of trust laws.-Reading officer.-Read and adopted, 163. and adopted, 109.

By Senator Brelsford: Indorsing movement by bankers in handling cotton situation.-Read and adopted, 115.

By Senator Watson: Providing for making S. B. No. 7 special order.-Read and adopted, 118.

By Senator Bailey of Harris et al.: Granting Capt. E. I. Kellie, Doorkeeper, leave of absence.-Read and adopted, 125.

By Senator Hudspeth: Providing for private lockers in cloak room.-Read and adopted, 125.

By Senator Wiley: Relating to the cotton acreage reduction.-Read and tabled, 126, 127.

By Senator Henderson: Endorsing proposition of Congress to issue bonds for purpose of buying cotton.-Read and adopted, 126.

By Senator Warren: Extending courtesies to ex-Lieutenant Governor Geo. T. Jester. Read and adopted, 127.

By Senator Watson et al: Extending congratulations to Senator Me

By Senator Watson: Providing for printing of messages from the Governor. Read and adopted, 165.

By Senator Wiley: Providing for distribution of Governor's messages.Read and adopted, 172.

HOUSE BILLS, HISTORY OF IN THE
SENATE (In numerical order).

(Note.-First number following subject matter indicates page where received from the House, read first time and referred to a committee.)

1. The "Bank of Texas" Bill.-Report from House of failure to engross same, 107.

4. Providing for divorcement of cotton oil mills and cotton gins, 123.-Reported favorably, 124.-Chair held that it was pending business, 127.-Refused to take up, and held that the bill was still before the committee, 136, 137.Reported, favorable majority, adverse minority, 144, 149.-Motion by Senator Watson, 161.-Taken up, pending, 162.

5. Providing for divorcement of cotton oil mills from cotton gins, 126.

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