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Legislation authored by Charles Montgomery Conner

Includes legislation with Charles Montgomery Conner as the primary author for the 34th through 50th Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System. Author information is not complete for the 43rd through 45th Legislatures or for sessions prior to the 34th.

50th Regular Session
HB 68 Author: Conner, Charles M. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to regulating lobbying in the Legislature of the State of Texas; providing penalties for the violation of this act.
HB 141 Author: Conner, Charles M.
Caption: Relating to making it a felony to steal a dog.
HB 241 Author: Conner, Charles M. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to appropriating funds to the State Department of Agriculture for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of certain existing laws and that such appropriations be made out of existing and accruing funds deposited and to be deposited in the State Treasury to the credit of certain special funds, such funds to be appropriated for the remainder of the fiscal year ending August 31, 1947.
HB 633 Author: Conner, Charles M.
Caption: Relating to amending a previous Act, to provide for tattoo marks for dogs in addition to the provisions of the Act herein amended.
HB 792 Author: Conner, Charles M.
Caption: Relating to creating a special road law for Haskell County, Texas, providing that said County may fund or refund the indebtedness outstanding against its Road and Bridge Fund as of January 1, 1947, setting forth the method of operation; repealing all laws in conflict.
49th Regular Session
HB 257 Author: Conner, Charles M.
Caption: Relating to fixing a maximum rate of tax to be levied for school purposes in all independent school districts which include within their limits a city or town, according to the latest preceding Federal Census, with a population of now fewer than Three Thousand Eleven (3,011) and not more than Three Thousand Seventy (3,070 inhabitants, whether organized under a General or Special Law; repealing all laws conflicting herewith.
HB 535 Author: Conner, Charles M.
Caption: Relating to amending certain Statutes by providing for continuous terms of Court for the Thirty-ninth Judicial District of Texas.