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Veto Details

Compiled by the Minnesota Legislative Reference Library

Year search results for: 1939

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1939 - Governor Harold Stassen
Full Bills Vetoed (including pockets): 8
Pocket Vetoes: 2
Bills with Line Item Vetoes: 0
Lines Vetoed: 0
Full Bills + Bills with Line Vetoes: 8
Full Bills + Lines Vetoed: 8
Session Chapter Bill # Companion # Governor's Message Topic Full or Line (# of lines) Overridden?
51st Legislature HF1378 4/22/1939 Pocket Veto A bill imposing an excise tax measured by income on banks and taxing dividends from banks, known as the "bank tax bill". Full No attempt
51st Legislature HF328 4/22/1939 Pocket Veto A bill relating to the issuance of cigarette license. Full No attempt
51st Legislature SF10 4/22/1939 A bill repealing Mason's Minnesota Statutes 1927, Sections 53-2 to 53-3, relating to the Executive Council. Full No attempt
51st Legislature SF1232 4/22/1939 A bill prohibiting the use of publicly owned motor vehicles operated under tax exempt licenses while not in the performance of public duties and providing penalties for the violation thereof. Full No attempt
51st Legislature SF1371 4/22/1939 A bill relating to the election of officials in certain villages. Full No attempt
51st Legislature SF477 4/22/1939 A bill relating to the transportation of inflammable liquids in motor vehicles on the highways and limiting the quantity to be transported, defining inflammable liquids, and providing for penalties for the violation of this act. Full No attempt
51st Legislature HF702 4/17/1939 A bill relating to intoxicating liquor and hours of sale. Full No attempt
51st Legislature SF944 4/17/1939 A bill to regulate the production, processing, collection, storage, transportation, importation and sale of goats milk. Full No attempt


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.