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Legislation authored by Roger Q. Mills

Includes legislation with Roger Q. Mills as the primary author for the 34th through 49th 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.

49th Regular Session
HB 135 Author: Mills, Roger Q. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to amending Statutes so as to provide state employees shall be paid as often as semi-monthly.
HB 273 Author: Mills, Roger Q.
Caption: Relating to amending certain Statues so as to define what shall be a full crew on passenger trains run by railroad companies and receivers of railroad companies doing business in this State, what shall be a full crew on freight, gravel, or construction trains run by such railroad companies or receivers, and what shall be a full crew on light engines run by such railroad companies or receivers and so as to define the terms "engine", "train", light engine", railroad company" and "receiver of any railroad company"; imposing a penalty for each violation.
HB 522 Author: Mills, Roger Q.
Caption: Relating to amending certain Articles by fixing the compensation of jail guard, matron, jailer or turnkey in counties having a population in excess of forty thousand (40,000) inhabitants according to the last preceding Federal Census.
HB 624 Author: Mills, Roger Q. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to declaring as unfitted to hold public office in this State any Head of Department or other public officer who demands or received any money or thing of value from any clerk or employee for election expenses, and proceeding for removal from office and method of removal and terms of judgment.
HJR 22 Author: Mills, Roger Q. | et. al.
Caption: Proposing an amendment to exempting residence homesteads up to the assessed value of Three Thousand Dollars ($3,000.00) from all taxes levied by the State, counties, municipalities, political subdivisions, and all other taxing agencies of this State.
48th Regular Session
HB 209 Author: Mills, Roger Q. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to amending Article so as to provide State employees shall be paid as often as semi-monthly; excepting educational institutions of higher learning.
HB 216 Author: Mills, Roger Q. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to repealing certain Article relative to hours for women employees.
HB 423 Author: Mills, Roger Q. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to amending certain Statutes to provide for the collection of an occupation tax of two ($2.00) Dollars per month on each pool or billiard table operated for a profit and on each pool or billiard table owned or operated by a club with a closed and/or paid membership.
HB 584 Author: Mills, Roger Q. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to amending certain Statutes by fixing academic requirements for applicants for Bar Examination; repealing all acts in conflict herewith.
47th Regular Session
HB 107 Author: Mills, Roger Q. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to amending the Revised Civil Statutes relative to adding a provision that employees be furnished on each pay day a statement of all deductions from wages.
HB 275 Author: Mills, Roger Q. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to requiring all railroad companies to equip cabooses with electric lights; providing certain penalties.
HB 286 Author: Mills, Roger Q. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to requiring employers to protect the contractual and/or seniority rights of employees entering military service, or seeking, or appointed to, or elected to public office; defining "Employer of Labor"; providing certain penalties.
HB 612 Author: Mills, Roger Q.
Caption: Relating to establishing a State liquor monopoly and to be known as the Texas Liquor Control Act; providing for the establishment of State liquor stores and the fixing of prices for Ethyl alcohol; providing for penalties.