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Legislation authored by Leland Monte Johnson

Includes legislation with Leland Monte Johnson as the primary author for the 45th through 46th Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.

46th Regular Session
HB 330 Author: Johnson, Leland Monte
Caption: Relating to regulating the occupation of hairdressers and cosmetologists, to create a State Board of Examiners for the licensing of persons to carry on and to teach such practices to insure the better training and education of such practitioners and instructors.
HB 492 Author: Johnson, Leland Monte
Caption: Relating to authorizing municipalities, political subdivisions, and taxing districts to effect a plan for the composition of their indebtedness under the provisions of the Federal Bankruptcy Laws heretofore enacted by the Congress of the United States.
HB 496 Author: Johnson, Leland Monte
Caption: Relating to providing additional qualifications for superintendents of schools for the deaf.
HB 618 Author: Johnson, Leland Monte
Caption: Relating to regulating Commercial Schools or Colleges; providing for certain sanitary requirements; license fees, duties, and regulations; creating the office Supervisor of Commercial Schools; providing penalties.
HB 826 Author: Johnson, Leland Monte
Caption: Relating to making provisions for the education and training of persons in this State, who because of some impediment or abnormality are unable to speak, providing duties of the Board of Control relative thereto.
HB 897 Author: Johnson, Leland Monte
Caption: Relating to prohibiting the sale of any Truss or any other mechanical device commonly used for the relief of Rupture or hernia except upon the prescription of a regularly licensed Doctor and prohibiting any person other than the holder of a License to practice medicine issued by the State of Texas from fitting or offering to fit or adjust any such device; providing a penalty.
HB 925 Author: Johnson, Leland Monte
Caption: Relating to amending a certain Statute by providing that before any civil suit can be called for trial at a special term of court written notices shall be given to all parties to such suit, etc.
HB 1111 Author: Johnson, Leland Monte
Caption: Relating to defining itinerant vendors; Regulating the business of same in cities of not over fifteen thousand (15,000) population; providing for license permits; providing a penalty for the violation of this Act.
45th Regular Session
HB 233 Author: Johnson, Leland Monte
Caption: Relating to authorizing Mrs. Fannie Williams, a widow, to sue the State of Texas and/or the State Highway Commission in its official capacity, on account of damages to Block 28-A Williams Addition to Waxahachie, Ellis County, Texas, by reason of the construction over and maintenance across said lot of State Highway No. 6, being United States Highway No. 77, as constructed and maintained across and upon said lands by the State Highway Commission of Texas, fixing the venue of such suit and providing for the issuance and service of process therein.
HB 707 Author: Johnson, Leland Monte
Caption: Relating to fixing the amount of contribution to be paid by the State to certain counties of a certain calculable amount per annum in lieu of felony fees formerly paid by the State to the district, certain county and precinct officers of such counties.
HB 991 Author: Johnson, Leland Monte | et. al.
Caption: Relating to providing for the creation of corporations for the purpose of establishing, maintaining, operating and engaging in the business of grading, constructing of terraces and drainage structures and all other forms of dirt construction work.
45th 1st Called Session
HB 22 Author: Johnson, Leland Monte
Caption: Relating to providing that if the seller of goods to be delivered at a future date does not then have the title to or possession of such goods, it shall be deemed prima facie evidence of the fact that such seller and such purchaser had no bona fide intention that such commodity was to be delivered, but that a settlement was to be made based upon the difference between the contract and market price of such commodity.
HB 60 Author: Johnson, Leland Monte
Caption: Relating to bonds of levee districts.
45th 2nd Called Session
HB 101 Author: Johnson, Leland Monte
Caption: Relating to excepting suits pending or an appeal at the effective date of certain Act relating to bonds of levee districts from the provisions of said Act.