Compiled by the Minnesota Legislative Reference Library
Year search results for: 1913
1913 - Governor A.O. Eberhart
|Our library records prior to 1939 are incomplete; there may be vetoes that we are not aware of.|
||Full or Line (# of lines)
||An Act to appropriate money for current expenses, buildings and improvements at state institutions, and for other purposes.
Line Item: Section 13: State Reformatory. Completion new cell wing available for year ending July 31, 1915, $30,000.
Line Item: Section 17: Hospital for inebriates, Willmar. One men's cottage available for year ending July 31, 1914, $45,000.
Line Item: Section 18: For miscellaneous purposes. Purchase additional lands for state institutions available for year ending July 31, 1915 $10,000
Line Item: Section 6: St. Peter State Hospital, new criminal insane building available for year ending July 31, 1915, $75,000.
||An Act to appropriate money for expenses of the state government and for other purposes.
Line Item: Section 40: Drainage Commission. Item #1. For expenses in carrying on topographical and hydrographical surveys of the various water sheds for the year ending July 31, 1915, only $13,000.
Line Item: Section 41: State Parks. Itasca State Park, Item #1. For the purpose of buying standing timber or land, or land and standing timber in Itasca State Park for the years ending July 31, 1914, and July 31, 1915, each year $10,000.
Line Item: Section 7: State Treasurer Item #7. For special contingent - for interest on temporary loans for the year ending July 31st, 1915, only $25,000.
||A bill for an act to amend Section 2842 of the Revised Laws of 1905, relating to State and local control of public service corporations.
||A bill for an act to regulate telephone Companies and to place them under the control and jurisdiction of the Railroad and Warehouse Commission.
Unlike counting full vetoes, the counting of line item vetoes is
inherently arbitrary. Library staff used these guidelines. If a lump-sum appropriation was broken down into several component items and
the entire lump sum was vetoed, it was counted as one item.
Appropriations divided into separate amounts for two fiscal years
were also counted as one item.