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Legislation authored by Charles Joseph Lieck

Includes legislation with Charles Joseph Lieck as the primary author for the 53rd through 54th Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.

54th Regular Session
HB 241 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to amending Statutes by providing for maximum attorney's fees to be allowed under certain conditions; providing for benefits upon an employee's death and the amounts to be paid thereunder; providing for payments in total incapacity cases and the length of time thereunder; providing for partial incapacity and the payments to be made thereunder and the time thereof; providing for specific injuries, the amount of payment and the time allowed in such cases.
HB 243 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to amending Statutes by increasing the number of members of the Livestock Sanitary Commission of the State of Texas from three to nine; providing for the qualifications of each of the nine members; providing for their term of office from two to six years so that one term of office will expire in two years; providing for the appointment of a Chairman of said Commission; and providing that the present members shall continue to hold office for the terms for which they have been appointed.
HB 245 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to amending the Penal Code by providing a procedure for increasing salaries of firemen and policemen in cities having certain population; providing for minimum salaries in cities having a certain population.
HB 298 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to amending Statutes to provide for the itemization, verification and filing of claims within ninety days from the date of the delivery of materials and the performance of work, or from the date payment is due where such labor and materials have been the subject of written contract.
HB 299 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to appropriating money to pay Judge Joe F. Brown for services as Special District Judge in the Criminal District court of Bexar County, Texas.
HB 323 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to prohibiting the sale and offering for sale of fireworks; providing a penalty.
HB 377 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to providing for additional compensation for the County Judge of Bexar County for serving as a member of the County Juvenile Board; naming the fund out of which the additional compensation shall be payable.
HB 429 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to define the word "permanent" as used in the Workmen's Compensation Act of the State of Texas.
HB 430 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to amending the Workmen's Compensation Law; increasing the number of weeks of the average weekly wages upon which compensation for certain injuries is based.
HB 431 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to amending certain Statutes to provide for lump sum settlements in all cases arising under the Workmen's Compensation Act of Texas.
HB 440 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to amending certain Acts to provide that vehicle accident reports made to the Department of Public Safety shall be without prejudice and confidential except under certain circumstances; making peace officers' reports available to the parties or their representatives.
HB 441 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to amending the Penal Code by reducing the offense of Negligent Homicide to a single offense rather than an offense of two degrees.
HB 442 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to amending the Penal Code by providing a penalty for negligent homicide not to exceed three years in the penitentiary or confinement in jail not to exceed two years or fine not to exceed two thousand dollars or both confinement in penitentiary or imprisonment in jail and fine.
HB 443 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to amending the Penal Code by providing when and under what circumstances an assault or battery becomes aggravated; providing for severance of any part of this Act which may be held invalid.
HB 444 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to amending the Penal Code by reducing the offense of negligent homicide to a single offense rather than an offense of two degrees.
HB 460 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to providing that any corporation, association, organization, group or partnership, that accepts from any person any thing of value, shall be liable for the torts of its employees under certain circumstances.
HB 461 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to making it a crime to deny the right of appeal to any licensee licensed to do business in the State of Texas, where said license has been suspended; prescribing rules of evidence; providing a penalty; repealing all laws in conflict.
HB 483 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to establishing minimum wages and maximum hours of work in public works; declaring policy and purpose relative to protection of working men and women and prevention of unfair competition between public and private employers; defining terms; providing duties of employers to work employees not more than 8 hours per day nor 40 hours per week nor less than statutory wages and to keep records relative to such employment in public works.
HB 489 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to making it unlawful for any firm, person, corporation, partnership, individual, or agent thereof, to obtain a statement from certain persons under certain circumstances; prohibiting negotiations of settlements under certain circumstances and that certain requirements be met concerning such statements; providing for the furnishing of statements when not requested; providing a penalty; repealing all laws or parts of laws in conflict; containing a savings clause.
HB 490 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to providing for receiving of a verdict in civil cases from a jury when the verdict is not unanimous; providing for situations where a certain number of jurors die or become disabled; repealing all laws or parts of laws in conflict.
HB 491 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to amending certain Statutes to provide for the election of a Board of Hospital Managers in counties having a population of more than 500,000 according to the last preceding Federal Census.
HB 494 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to the establishment of a retirement, disability and death systems for appointive officers and employees of the counties of this State; regulating the manner of creation and administration of the system, the accumulation and disbursement of funds, eligibility for benefits, and other matters pertaining to the systems.
HB 506 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to requiring the furnishing of reports to certain persons under certain circumstances by physicians or any practitioner of the healing sciences; prescribing certain limitations.
HB 544 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to amending certain Statutes relating to damages and compensation for personal injuries of employees.
HB 601 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to providing that the Judges of the County Courts at Law Nos. 1 and 2, of Bexar County, Texas, shall receive an annual salary of Ten Thousand, Eight Hundred dollars ($10,800) payable in equal monthly installments out of the general fund of Bexar County, Texas, upon orders of the Commissioners Court.
HB 624 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to repealing sections of certain Acts providing for disposition of said personnel of the Department of Public Safety.
HB 729 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to amending certain Statutes to provide for admissibility of a greater number of foreign records, admissibility of foreign laws as evidence of the matters contained therein for authentication of such foreign laws.
HB 730 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to providing for the licensing and regulation of livestock auction markets; making an appropriation; providing for severability.
HB 805 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to establishing a civil service system for city employees in cities having a population of ten thousand or more inhabitants.
HB 806 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to regulating the operations of poultry processing establishments, establishing a system of inspection for wholesomeness of poultry and poultry products, making an appropriation; providing for severability; repealing all conflicting laws.
HB 824 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to providing additional grounds for canceling or suspending licenses issued under the Liquor Control Act.
HJR 34 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Proposing an amendment to Article V of the Constitution of the State of Texas by adding a new section thereto to be known as Section 1b, authorizing the Legislature to provide for the retirement and compensation of County Judges, Judges of County Courts at Law and members of all Courts of record, on account of length of service, age or disability and their reassignment to active duty where and when needed; providing for the submission of the Amendment to the voters of the State; prescribing the form of ballot; providing for the proclamation and publication thereof; and providing for the necessary appropriation to defray necessary expenses for submission of this Amendment.
53rd Regular Session
HB 14 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to providing for and fixing the salaries of firemen and policemen in all cities having a population of ten thousand (10,000) or more inhabitants; providing for establishment of classifications by municipal governments affected by this Act; providing penalties for violation of the provisions of this Act.
HB 138 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to creating two additional District Courts with concurrent civil and criminal jurisdiction, which shall have concurrent jurisdiction throughout and coextensive with the territorial limits of Bexar County, to be known as the 144th District Court and 145th District Court, providing for terms of said Courts.
HB 139 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to providing for denial of new trial where juror on voir dire examination fails to in good faith and otherwise does not willfully or intentionally misrepresent former experiences or claims of a similar nature to that involved in the suit to be tried; and providing for burden of proof thereon.
HB 140 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to making it a crime for any person to assault, intimidate or do violence to the person or property of a judge, juror, witness, attorney, or public official, because of, or arising out of any act not required by law in judicial proceedings; providing for imprisonment or fine therefor.
HB 159 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to amending certain Statutes by providing certain duties of superintendents of Texas State Hospitals; making certain records available to certain persons.
HB 160 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to amending certain Acts to provide that vehicle accident reports made to the Department of Public Safety shall be without prejudice and confidential except under certain circumstances; making peace officers' reports available to the parties or their representatives.
HB 178 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to amending certain Statutes and providing for venue in cases of personal injury and property damage, in cases of alleged crimes, offenses, trespass, or negligence.
HB 296 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to amending the Penal Code of Texas, 1925, providing when and under what circumstances an assault or battery becomes aggravated.
HB 297 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to amending the Penal Code by providing a penalty for negligent homicide not to exceed three (3) years in the penitentiary or confinement in jail not to exceed two (2) years or fine not to exceed Two Thousand Dollars ($2,000) or both confinement in penitentiary or imprisonment in jail and fine.
HB 298 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to amending the Penal Code, which is a necessary measure in reducing the offense of negligent homicide to a single offense rather than an offense of two degrees.
HB 299 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to amending the Penal Code relative to reducing the offense of Negligent Homicide to a single offense rather than an offense of two degrees.
HB 327 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to amending the Election Code of Texas in regard to exemption certificates for voting.
HB 328 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to amending the Election Code relative to the number of election officers and watchers for each voting precinct.
HB 396 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to providing for an election to determine whether a county will adopt a retirement system for appointive officers and employees; authorizing the County Commissioners' Court to designate and define places for holding the election and the territories to be served by the various polling places.
HB 585 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to amending the Code of Criminal Procedure of Texas in regard to records on appeals in Criminal Matters; relating to the filing of statement of facts.
HB 732 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to making it a crime for any association, corporation, or other enterprise, whose right-of-way crosses a public highway or other roads, to neglect to install electric warning systems for the benefit of those persons using said highways and roads; providing a penalty.
HB 733 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to providing that any corporation, association, organization, group or partnership, that accepts from any person any thing of value, shall be liable for the torts of its employees under certain circumstances.
HB 734 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to making it a crime to deny the right of appeal to any licensee licensed to do business in the State of Texas, where said license has been suspended; prescribing rules of evidence; providing a penalty.
HB 735 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to prescribing a County retirement system and the procedure to be followed when same is adopted by the voters in the county so adopting this system.
HB 736 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to making it a crime and unlawful for any judge, prosecutor, and attorney, who participate or take part in any proceeding where the object is to confine a person for any length of time, without the accused being present in court, or the jury taken to see the accused; providing a penalty.
HB 737 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to authorizing the County Commissioners of each county in the State of Texas to hold an election to determine if off-premise licenses for the sale of alcohol in that county shall be issued.
HB 738 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Relating to making it a crime for any justice of the peace to accept checks made out to him personally for fines levied on persons found violating the laws.
HB 854 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to fixing the compensation of certain county officials in counties with a population of more than five hundred thousand (500,000) inhabitants, but not exceeding six hundred thousand (600,000), according to the last preceding or any future Federal Census; authorizing the Commissioners Court to amend the county budget for the fiscal year of 1953 to grant increases in salaries of said officials herein provided.
HJR 41 Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J.
Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment providing for the annexation by incorporated cities and towns of not less than 400,000 inhabitants of contiguous cities, towns, and villages of less than 400,000 inhabitants, or portions thereof.