The Veto Power of the State Governor

John A. Fairlie
The American Political Science Review
Vol. 11, No. 3 (Aug., 1917), pp. 473-493
DOI: 10.2307/1944249
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1944249
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  • 2
    How and Leigh: History of Rome, pp. 54, 72
  • 3
    E. B. Greene: The Provincial Governor, pp. 6, 13-14, 162-165
  • 8
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • American Law Review, vol. 41, p. 231
    • Lankford v. Somerset Co., 73 Md. 105, 115
    • Gray v. McLendon, 134, Ga. 244.
  • 13
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • May v. Topping, 65 W. Va. 656, 64 S. E. 848
    • Woodall v. Darst, 70 W. Va. 350, 77 S. E. 264
    • 44 L. R. A., n. s. 83 (1913).
  • 19
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Commonwealth v. Griest 196 Pa. 396 (1900)
    • Warfield v. Vandiver, 101 Md. 78, 120.
  • 20
    Equity, Jan- uary, 1917.
  • 21
    J. A. Fairlie: "The State Governor," Michigan Law Review, March, 1912.
  • 22
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • People v. Hatch, 19 Ill. 283 (1857)
    • People v. McCullough, 210 Ill. 418 (1904).
  • 23
    American Law Review, 41: 388-89.
  • 24
    J. A. Fairlie: "The State Governor," Michigan Law Review, March, 1912.
  • 25
    N. H. Debel: The Veto Power of the Governor of Illinois, (University of Illinois Studies in the Social Sciences, Vol. VI, nos. 1 and 2.)
  • 26
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Commonwealth v. Barnett, 48 Atl. 976, April 22, 1901
    • Annals of the Ameri- can Academy of Social and Political Science, vol. 20, p. 69 (September, 1902).
  • 27
    P. S. Reinsch: "American State Legislatures," Proceedings of the Gover- nors' Conference, 1911, 1913
  • 28
    A. N. Holcombe: State Government in the United States, p. 327
  • 29
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Proceedings of the Governors' Conference1911, 1912
    • J. M. Mathews: Prin- ciples of American State Administration, ch. 3.
  • 30
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Proceedings of the Governors' Conference1911, p. 62.
    • But cf. Luykens v. Nye, 156 Cal. 498 (1909)
  • 31
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Regents of the University of Oklahoma v. Pratt, 28 Okla. 83 (1911)
    • Fergus v. Russell, 270 Ill. 304 (1915).
  • 33
    Debates and Proceedings, pp. 570-571, 1201
  • 34
    J. A. Swisher, "The Executive Veto in Iowa," Iowa Journal of History and Politics, XV, 155 (1917).
  • 35
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Porter v. Hughes, 4 Ariz. 1 (1893)
    • State v. Holder, 76, Miss. 158 (1898)
    • dictum in Mooz v. Randolph, 77 Ala. 597 (1884)
  • 38
    Federalist, No. 73
  • 39
    Richardson's Messages and Papers of the Presidents, IV, 646.
  • 40
    Ibid., V, 23.
  • 41
    Ibid., VII, 268-271.
  • 42
    C. A. Beard: American Government and Politics, p. 203
  • 43
    Our Chief Magistrate, p. 16
  • 44
    12 Ruling Case Law, vol. 39, p. 1006
General References
  • Wyman, A. C. and Sherwood, Grace Mabel: The Veto Power in the Several States. Rhode Island State Library, Legislative Reference Bureau (1907).
  • Newman, J. H: Digest of State Constitutions (1912), pp. 102-104.
  • Index Digest of State Constitutions, New York State Constitutional Conven- tion Commission (1915), pp. 36-37, 846-854, 858-859.
  • Mason, E. C: The Veto Power; its origin, development and function in the government of the United States (1890)
  • Annals American Academy of Social and Political Science, vol. 20: 373 (Sep- tember, 1902).
  • Barnett, J. D: "Executive Power," American Law Review, vol. 41, pp. 230- 236.
  • Debel, N. H: The Veto Power of the Governor of Illinois. (University of Illi- nois Studies in the Social Sciences, Vol. VI, nos. 1 and 2).
  • Fairlie, John A. "The State Governor," Michigan Law Review, March-April, 1912.
  • Finley and Sanderson: The American Executive, ch. 6
  • Independent, vol. 73, pp. 55-6 (1912).
  • Journal Illinois State Historical Society, IX, 245 (1916).
  • Iowa Journal of History and Politics, XV, 156 (1917).
  • Mississippi Valley Historical Association, Proceedings: IX, 177 (1917).
  • This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Nation, vol. 86, p. 257
    • vol. 95, pp. 117, 160