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Legislation authored by Harry Newton Graves

Includes legislation with Harry Newton Graves as the primary author for the 41st through 45th Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.
Please note author information is not complete for the 43rd through 45th Legislatures or for sessions prior to the 30th.

45th Regular Session
HB 84 Caption: Relating to empowering the Railroad Commission of Texas to make rules for the conservation of oil and gas in the production thereof, and limiting its powers with reference thereto.
HB 85 Caption: Relating to allowing the joinder in one suit against a tort feasor, of any person, firm or corporation liable on written contract to pay any amount of judgment rendered against such tort feasor for the alleged tort which is the basis of said suit.
HB 86 Caption: Relating to requiring taxes to be paid on the listed and rendered value in order to prevent the accrual of penalty and interest.
HB 96 Caption: Relating to fixing the salaries of the Judges of the Supreme Court, the Judges of the Court of Criminal Appeals, the Judges of the Court of Criminal Appeals, the Judges of the Supreme Court Commission of Appeals and the Judges of the Commission of Appeals in aid of the Court of Criminal Appeals.
HB 102 Caption: Relating to levying a tax upon persons, firms and corporations who produce sulphur; providing for the making of sworn quarterly reports to the Comptroller; providing that the occupation tax on sulphur be Two ($2.00) Dollars per long ton and for the collection of same.
HB 124 Caption: Relating to prohibiting any person, firm or corporation engaged in the manufacturing, producing, transporting, distributing or selling of heat, gas, water, electricity, or electrical current to engage in the manufacture, distribution, lease or sale, directly or indirectly, of any chattel, article, commodity or manufactured product, except those articles or commodities which are the direct product of such business; providing a penalty for a violation for a violation of this law, and a procedure therefor.
HB 174 Caption: Relating to making appropriations to supplement previous appropriations out of the State Treasury for the preparation, checking, investigation and correction of the scholastic census and for accounting and investigation necessary in the approval of transfers to the Census Division of the State Department of Education; providing money for salaries, wages, rent, equipment, supplies, printing, and necessary traveling expenses incident thereto for the sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($15,000) for the year ending September 1, 1937.
HB 325 Caption: Relating to reorganizing and simplifying the organization and operations of the Executive Department of the State Government to provide for better service and economy through the enactment of an Administrative Code, providing for nineteen (19) administrative departments.
HB 387 Caption: Relating to requiring all ginners in this State to attach to every bale of cotton ginned by such ginner a metal tag showing where ginned and the serial number of such bale, to keep records of same; providing a penalty for failure to do so, and for removing same; exempting compresses from punishment for removing such tag.
HB 503 Caption: Relating to exempting Williamson County from a closed season of ten (10) years in the taking of wild beaver, wild otter, or wild fox, or the pelts thereof.
HB 544 Caption: Relating to providing that no person shall be required to list or render a greater portion of his credits than he believes he will receive or collect, or to include in the statement of his personal property any share or portion of the capital stock or property of any company or corporation which is required to list or render its capital and property for taxation, or any building and loan association under certain statute.
HB 545 Caption: Relating to providing that any administrator, executor, guardian, trustee or other fiduciary may invest funds held by him as such in shares of any building and loan association, doing business in this State, subject to the same rights, obligations and limitations as other shareholders.
HB 835 Caption: Relating to making appropriations for the support and maintenance of the executive and administrative departments and agencies of the State Government for the two-year period beginning September 1, 1937, and ending August 31, 1939, and for other purposes; and prescribing procedure and penalties for violation of this Act.
HB 836 Caption: Relating to making appropriations for the support, maintenance, operation, and improvement of the State Institutions of Higher Learning for the two (2) fiscal years beginning September 1, 1937, and ending August 31, 1939.
HB 837 Caption: Relating to making appropriations for the support, maintenance and improvement of the Eleemosynary Institutions of the State of Texas for the two (2) year period beginning September 1, 1937, and ending August 31, 1939, and prescribing certain regulations and restrictions in respect to the expenditure of said appropriations.
HB 838 Caption: Relating to making an appropriation for the support and maintenance of the Judiciary of the State of Texas for the two (2) years beginning September 1, 1937, and ending August 31, 1939.
HB 845 Caption: Relating to suspending during the ensuing biennium beginning September 1st, 1937, and ending August 31, 1939, the operation of all statutes setting, fixing and prescribing salaries of State officers and employees, whose salaries are not specifically prescribed by the Constitution.
HB 963 Caption: Relating to making an appropriation to the Lower Colorado River Authority for sanitary survey and preventative health measures to be conducted in connection with the projects of the Authority on the Colorado River.
HB 972 Caption: Relating to making an appropriation of the sum of Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000.00) or so much thereof as may be necessary, out of any funds in the State Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, to pay the contingent expenses, and to pay the mileage and per diem of members and the per diem of officers and employees of the Regular Session of the Forty-fifth Legislature, and to pay any unpaid accounts of the Third Called Session of the Forty-fourth Legislature.
HB 979 Caption: Relating to making an emergency appropriation to the Adjutant General's Department of the State of Texas of Fifty Three Thousand ($53,000.00) Dollars for the fiscal year ending August 31, 1937.
HB 1012 Caption: Relating to making an appropriation of Twenty Thousand ($20,000.00) Dollars to be used by the Attorney General for the purpose of paying costs and expenses in prosecuting the suit of the State of Texas for recovery of transfer, succession or inheritance tax against the Estate of Edward H. R. Green.
HB 1069 Caption: Relating to providing for time within which appeal may be filed form any rule, regulation, or order of the Railroad Commission of Texas.
HB 1125 Caption: Relating to making an appropriation of the sum of One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000.00) or so much thereof as may be necessary, out of any funds in the State Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, to pay the contingent expenses, and to pay the mileage and per diem of members and the per diem of officers and employees of the Regular Session of the Forty-fifth Legislature.
HB 1148 Caption: Relating to prohibiting transportation of minnows of any and all species outside of the counties wherein such minnows are caught, seined, or taken, by adding thereto the Counties of Williamson, Burnet, Travis, Hill, Palo Pinto, and Stephens.
45th 1st Called Session
HB 1 Caption: Relating to making an appropriation of One Hundred Thousand ($100,000.00) Dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary out of any funds in the State Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, to pay the contingent expenses, and to pay the mileage and per diem of Members, and the per diem of officers and employees of the First Called session of the Forty-fifth Legislature.
45th 2nd Called Session
HB 1 Caption: Relating to making an appropriation of the sum of Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000), or so much thereof as may be necessary, out of any funds in the State Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, to pay contingent expenses, and to pay the mileage and per diem of members, and per diem of officers and employees of the Second Called Session of the Forty-fifth Legislature, and to pay any unpaid bills or accounts of the First Called Session of the Forty-fifth Legislature.
HB 26 Caption: Relating to levying a tax upon persons, firms, and corporations who produce sulphur.
HB 131 Caption: Relating to making an appropriation of the sum of Forty Thousand ($40,000) Dollars or so much thereof as may be necessary, out of funds in the State Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, to pay contingent expenses, and to pay mileage and per diem of members and per diem of officers and employees of the Second Called Session of the Forty-fifth Legislature, and to pay all outstanding bills of any previous session of the Forty-fifth Legislature.
HB 146 Caption: Relating to authorizing the Director of the Cigarette Tax Division of the State Comptroller's Department to designate a personal representative as supervisor of the printing and manufacturing of cigarette tax stamps.
44th Regular Session
HB 55 Caption: Relating to abolishing and repealing the law of severance in all criminal cases in this State.
HB 56 Caption: Relating to providing that if upon the trial of a persons in this State for a criminal accusation, which includes within it lesser offenses, he be convicted of an offense lower than that for which he is indicted, and a new trial be granted him, or the judgment be arrested for any cause other than the want of jurisdiction, he shall be tried for all the offenses charged in the indictment as in the first instance.
HB 57 Caption: Relating to limiting the powers of the Governor of this State to reprieve or delay the execution of the death penalty only until his term of office expires.
HB 58 Caption: Relating to allowing comment to be made upon, and consideration to be taken of the failure of a defendant to testify in a criminal prosecution in this State, and allowing any person jointly tried with another for a criminal offense to testify relative thereto.
HB 59 Caption: Relating to prohibiting the buying and selling of pools or receiving or making bets on horse racing, and providing a penalty for its violation.
HB 83 Caption: Relating to regulating and controlling representation in legislative matters in the practicing of influencing legislation by personal contact; prescribing limitations of such activities, outlining procedure for same, and prescribing penalties for violation thereof.
HB 151 Caption: Relating to defining the term "gas well," and providing that for the purposes of this Act if oil and/or gas be produced through different strings of casing set in the same well bore, the inner string of casing through which oil and/or gas be produced shall be regarded as one well, and each successive additional string of casing through which oil and/or gas shall be produced.
HB 152 Caption: Relating to requiring that all natural gas when encountered in any well in this State, producing natural gas only, be confined to its original horizon until same can be produced and utilized without waste for some useful and lawful purpose, and requiring the protection of such horizon from infiltrating waters; and fixing a penalty for the violation thereof and providing means for the recovery of such penalty.
HB 153 Caption: Relating to providing that no gas, electric current, or power corporations mentioned in certain statute shall, after the passage of this Act, engage in the business of selling, leasing, renting, or distributing goods, wares, or merchandise at wholesale or retail other than gas and electric currents to consumers of their services, even though such goods, wares, or merchandise may be designated, fabricated for and capable of being used in the consumption of gas or electric current furnished by such corporations; and further providing that any corporation which has acquired a permit to do business under the laws of this State, which shall violate any provisions of this Act shall be subject to forfeiture of its charter or permit to do business in this State as suit of the Attorney General of the State, instituted for that purpose in a court of competent jurisdiction.
HB 154 Caption: Relating to reorganizing simplifying the organization and operations of the Executive Department of the State Government to provide for better service and economy through the enactment of an Administrative Code, providing for nineteen (19) administrative departments.
HB 211 Caption: Relating to authorizing banking corporations to conduct the business of receiving money on deposit, allowing interest thereon, and of buying and selling exchange, gold and silver coins of all kinds.
HB 236 Caption: Relating to empowering the judge to change venue on his own motion.
HB 237 Caption: Relating to dispensing with bills of exception on written motions.
HB 238 Caption: Relating to providing for waiver of defects, omissions and faults in pleading.
HB 239 Caption: Relating to distinctly specifying that the county for the performance of the obligation which is involved in the suit, must be named by the writing expressly.
HB 240 Caption: Relating to withdrawing from appearing party review in Court of Civil Appeals by means of writ of error.
HB 241 Caption: Relating to giving further certainty to appellate jurisdiction by providing for waiver and cure of objection as to the various notices and bonds required for its perfection.
HB 242 Caption: Relating to confining reversals of errors to substance and merit, by providing that the Courts of Civil Appeals shall not reverse a judgment for errors not calculated to cause and which probably did not cause rendition of an improper judgment, or probably prevented appellant from making a proper presentation of the case on appeal.
HB 243 Caption: Relating to providing that attorneys from other jurisdictions shall be required to pass the examination given to other applicants, with exception respecting participation by such attorneys in the trial or hearing of any particular case wherein a resident practicing attorney of Texas is actually employed, associated and personally participating.
HB 244 Caption: Relating to creating a State Bar, defining the powers thereof, constituting it an administrative agency of the judicial department of the State.
HB 321 Caption: Relating to fixing the time when sentence should be pronounced in cases where the death penalty has been assessed by the verdict and judgment.
HB 365 Caption: Relating to defining the meaning of certain words, terms. and phrases used in the Act creating the Board of Public Utility Commissioners of Texas; prescribing its official seal; providing for the appointment, qualification, tenure, and removal from office of said commissioners.
HB 462 Caption: Relating to the appointment of an assistant auditor for the Prison System.
HB 628 Caption: Relating to providing that in order to collect, settle, or dispose of a claim against the State, the United States, or any foreign government, letters testamentary or of administration or temporary letters may issue at any time where reasonable necessity is shown therefor.
HB 965 Caption: Relating to authorizing the Lower Colorado River Authority to issue bonds not to exceed Twenty Million Dollars ($20,000,000) in aggregate principal amount.
HB 993 Caption: Relating to providing that Texas Rural Communities, a charitable and benevolent corporations, organized under the laws of the State of Texas, be recognized and designated as an agency of the State to assist in the rehabilitation of individuals and families as self-sustaining citizens and authorize the various officers, boards and governing bodies of the State engaged in the relief, destitution and unemployment, to cooperate with caid corporation to accept and receive loans and grants and other assistance from the United States Government, departments and/or agencies thereof, for its use, or for relief and rehabilitation purposes.
HJR 32 Caption: Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Texas providing for a Supreme Court of nine members.
44th 3rd Called Session
HB 7 Caption: Relating to requiring taxes to be paid on the listed and rendered value in order to prevent the accrual of penalty and interest.
HB 37 Caption: Relating to authorizing the issuance of interest-bearing warrants to pay old age assistance benefits, making an appropriation.
43rd Regular Session
HB 184 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute relating to the sale of merchandise by public service companies by providing that no gas, electric, current, or power corporations mentioned in said statute shall, after the passage of this Act, engage in the business of selling, leasing, renting, or distributing goods, wares, or merchandise at wholesale or retail other than gas and electric current to consumers of their services.
HB 357 Caption: Relating to regulating and licensing foreign insurance companies applying for certificates of authority and permits to do business in this State.
HB 464 Caption: Relating to simplifying the operations of the Executive Department of the State Government by abolishing certain offices, boards, departments, commissions, and institutions; repealing all laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith.
HB 496 Caption: Relating to declaring it the policy of the State for the Legislature to provide for the independent auditing of the accounts and financial transactions of the State and reports thereof, by one of its own officers.
HB 499 Caption: Relating to declaring it the policy of the Legislature to provide such service as may assist the Legislature in its functions; providing for the transfer of the Legislative Reference Section of the Texas State Library to the Legislature, and for its establishment as an agency for service to the Legislature under the direct control of the Legislature, as the Legislative Reference Service; providing for its organization and functions.
HB 578 Caption: Relating to providing and imposing an occupation tax on sales in intrastate commerce in this state of cigarettes according to their weight; providing that it shall be a felony for any person other than the Treasurer to print or engrave or aid or cause the printing or engraving of any stamps evidencing the payment of the tax levied by this Act, or who shall use or consent to the use of any counterfeit or unauthorized stamps, or shall place or cause to be placed on any individual package of cigarettes any such unauthorized or counterfeit stamps; providing for the penalty for such violation.
HB 834 Caption: Relating to authorizing the Banking Commissioner of the State of Texas to declare a moratorium upn any State bank, and/or State bank and trust company, and/or trust company, when necessity in any particular case may require; and giving him the power to limit the withdrawal of deposits from any such institutions.
HB 901 Caption: Relating to defining and protecting freedom in debate in the Legislature in the State of Texas; making interference wherewith a criminal offense, fixing the punishment therefor.
43rd 1st Called Session
HB 36 Caption: Relating to providing for collection of delinquent taxes and method of giving notice of delinquencies to record owners; giving commissioners courts discretionary power to extend time for bringing tax suits only for good and sufficient reasons.
HB 100 Caption: Relating to making appropriation for the support and maintenance of the General Land Office and particularly making an appropriation for a special audit to be made by or under the direction of the Commissioner of the General Land Office of all books and accounts of oil companies relative to the bonus and rentals due on sold public school lands.
42nd Regular Session
HB 66 Caption: Relating to amending the Penal Code by making the giving of any check, draft or order for money an offense, provided the person so giving such check, draft or order has not at the time of giving sufficient funds deposited to pay such.
HB 67 Caption: Relating to amending certain Statutes to require that any public utility mentioned in said chapter shall obtain a franchise or permit before entering any incorporated town or city.
HB 68 Caption: Relating to providing a mode for the restoration of civil and political rights and privileges lost by a judgment of conviction for a felony, and for removing the infamy occasioned or created by such conviction.
HB 69 Caption: Relating to amending the Code of Criminal Procedure so as to provide that defendants jointly or separately indicted for an offense growing out of the same transaction shall in the discretion of the trial court be placed on trial jointly or separately.
HB 70 Caption: Relating to amending the Code of Criminal Procedure to allow an accused person to waive the right of trial by jury, except in capital cases.
HB 71 Caption: Relating to providing that in the trial of any criminal case, if it be made to appear that the defendant has been confined in jail on the charge for which he is being tried, such may be considered in assessing punishment in case of a convicition.
HB 167 Caption: Relating to fixing the compensation of district attorneys in certain judicial districts.
HB 238 Caption: Relating to requiring all Public Cotton Classers to have a Federal Cotton Classer's License; providing penalties.
HB 351 Caption: Relating to amending the Code of Criminal Procedure by providing that the court may in its discretion impanel a jury to try the issue of a convict defendant insanity.
HB 352 Caption: Relating to creating the office of Criminal District Attorney in those counties which constitute at least one and not more than two separate Judicial Districts within themselves.
HB 353 Caption: Relating to amending certain Statutes by providing for the appointment by the Court of Criminal Appeals of the State Prosecuting Attorney before said Court.
HB 407 Caption: Relating to creating the Dallas State Hospital to be composed of the Dallas Psychopathic Hospital and the State Cancer and Pellagra hospital.
HB 445 Caption: Relating to authorizing the Board of Regents of the University of Texas to invest the University Permanent Fund, to borrow money for named purposes in specified amounts and to issue bonds therefor, to sell designated securities belonging to the Permanent University Fund and to reinvest same.
HB 447 Caption: Relating to authorizing the Board of Regents of the University of Texas to employ an investment officer for said institution; making appropriation out of the available University fund to pay same.
HB 464 Caption: Relating to amending certain statutes so that the requirements and provisions of said article shall remain and be the same as at the present except that it shall provide that the funds deposited by the tax collector of each county shall bear interest on daily balances "at the rate, if any, fixed for such deposits of the tax collector by the Commissioners' Court."
HB 550 Caption: Relating to the issuance of subpoenas in felony cases pending in District or Criminal District Courts of this State.
HB 612 Caption: Relating to amending certain articles relating to relinquishment of fifteen-sixteenths of the oil and gas upon and within sold public free school and asylum lands to the owner of the soil.
HB 681 Caption: Relating to amending the Code of Criminal Procedure prescribing for fees in examining courts in felony cases to be charges and collected by certain officers.
HB 779 Caption: Relating to regulating tuition, fees and charges at State educational institutions; limiting the amount of the same and permitting voluntary payments for students activities under certain restrictions.
HB 990 Caption: Relating to amending certain Statutes relating to public printing and prescribing the duties of the State Board of Contorl relative to public printing.
42nd 1st Called Session
HB 3 Caption: Relating to amending certain Statutes by making compulsory the personal attendance of out of county witnesses in suits involving violations of conservation laws and of laws prohibiting trusts, monopolies or combinations in restraint of trade; providing that any witness failing to appear in obedience to subpoena may be punished for contempt.
HB 4 Caption: Relating to making an appropriation of Thirty Thousand ($30,000) Dollars to be used by the Attorney General for the purpose of paying the expenses of investigating and prosecuting violations of conservation and anti-trust laws of this State.
42nd 2nd Called Session
HB 63 Caption: Relating to amending certain Acts making appropriation for the support and maintenance of the State government.
HB 81 Caption: Relating to amending certain laws by removing restrictions on the State Auditor's use of appropriation made for oil and gas royalty audit.
41st Regular Session
HB 187 Caption: Relating to bank and bank and trust companies; amending certain statute so as to provide for assessment by bank and bank and trust companies of their stockholders to restore impaired capital stock; authorizing the Banking Commissioner, in the event of failure of banks and bank and trust companies to restore their capital stock or to voluntarily liquidate, to close and liquidate same.
HB 188 Caption: Relating to regulating the granting of charters to corporations formed in whole or part for any purpose mentioned in certain statutes, and requiring the same to be filed with the Banking Commissioner; regulating the business and affairs of such corporations.
HB 189 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute so as to increase the maximum number of directors a bank or bank and trust company having a capital stock of $500,000 or more may have.
HB 196 Caption: Relating to defining the right to bail of all prisoners charged with a violation of the penal law of the State of Texas.
HB 197 Caption: Relating to providing for a speedy trial of all persons charged with a criminal offense against the laws of the State of Texas and who have been denied bail thereunder.
HB 198 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute relating to insurance by adding thereto fraternal and benefit societies.
HB 199 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute relating to unreasonable searches and seizures of persons, houses, papers and possessions.
HB 200 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute relating to desertion of wife and child by eliminating the provision therein that the wife and child deserted should be in destitute and necessitous circumstances.
HB 201 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute relating to insurance law so as to include in the insurance companies penalized for failure to promptly pay losses all fraternal benefit societies.
HB 202 Caption: Relating to defining and limiting unreasonable searches ad seizures of persons, houses, papers and possessions, and providing a method whereby the reasonableness of searches and seizures made without search warrants shall be determined.
HB 203 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute so as to require that any pubic utility mentioned in said statute shall obtain a franchise or permit before entering any incorporated town or city within this State, or engaging in business therein, or erecting any plant, building, structure, line or other improvement in such town or city, from the governing body of such town or city so to do.
HB 204 Caption: Relating to repealing certain statute of the Penal Code of Texas.
HB 205 Caption: Relating to prescribing that if in the trial of a cause which has been appealed to the Court of Appeals or the Supreme Court, or the Court of Criminal Appeals of this State, the trial court has committed an error, nevertheless, the judgment in such cause shall not be reversed therefor, unless such error appearing from the record, in the opinion of the court, was calculated to materially injure the rights of the party cast in the trial or unless it appears from the record that such cause has not been fairly and impartially tried.
HB 206 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute of the Penal Code of Texas so as to make it unlawful for a person to take a drink of intoxicating liquor in any pubic place.
HB 207 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute of the Penal Code of the State of Texas by making drunkenness in any place an offense, and changing the punishment therefor.
HB 215 Caption: Relating to amending certain statutes of the Penal Code of Texas by providing for a more efficient law prohibiting hunting or fishing on the inclosed lands of another without the consent of the owner of the lands; and providing that this act shall not apply to any of aid inclosed lands the owner of which lands leased at said time for hunting or fishing privileges for a greater sum than 25 cents per acre, or has charged any person a greater sum than $4 per day per person, for the privilege of hunting thereon during the hunting season, in which any prosecution may be filed hereunder.
HB 260 Caption: Relating to requiring that all grants and assignments of any trust or confidence shall be in writing and signed by the party granting or assigning the same, and abolishing the doctrine of an express parole trust.
HB 299 Caption: Relating to requiring the labeling of mattresses and pillows sold, offered for sale, delivered, consigned or possessed with intent to sell; providing for the revenue for enforcing this act; providing for the machinery for its enforcement; enacting necessary provisions incident thereto; making appropriations.
HB 300 Caption: Relating to empowering the State Highway Commission to adopt safety devices to be erected at railroad and interurban crossings.
HB 301 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute and providing that a majority of the directors or trustees of the corporation shall constitute a quorum, and shall fill vacancies in the board, and transact all the business of the corporation; that an annual election shall be held for directors or trustees at such time and place as the by-laws of the corporation may require.
HB 339 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute so as to provide that any defendant in a criminal action shall be permitted to testify in his own behalf; and provided that when there are two or more persons jointly charged or indicted and tried separately that the privilege of testifying therein shall be extended only to the party on trial.
HB 341 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute so as to provide that defendants jointly or separately indicted for an offense growing out of the same transaction shall, in the discretion of the trial court, be placed on trial jointly and tried to testify to any relevant facts; and repealing certain statutes.
HB 390 Caption: Relating to amending certain articles to make it unlawful to possess more than the daily, weekly, or seasonal bag limit of game birds or game animals.
HB 393 Caption: Relating to amending certain laws relating to employee compensation, providing that any employee seeking compensation who shall make satisfactory proof of injury caused by the fault or negligence of the employer shall receive compensation for pain and suffering in addition to the compensation heretofore allowed.
HB 410 Caption: Relating to amending certain laws making the giving of any check, draft or order for money upon any bank, firm, person or corporation an offense, provided the person so giving has not at the time of giving such check, draft or order sufficient funds deposited with such bank, firm, person or corporation.
HB 538 Caption: Relating to making it mandatory to pay the registration fee of a motor vehicle, trailer, semi-trailer or motorcycle used on the public highways of this State to the tax collector of the county in which the owner of such vehicle resides.
HB 581 Caption: Relating to allowing the trial in any criminal cause to proceed in the absence of the defendant, provided such absence is willful and voluntary.
HB 602 Caption: Relating to the State Penitentiary and the state prison system; making an appropriation.
HB 660 Caption: Relating to prohibiting the shooting or discharging of any gun, pistol or firearm of any kind in or along or across any public road; prescribing a penalty.
HB 700 Caption: Relating to the articles of association of a corporation.
HB 701 Caption: Relating to safe deposit boxes in banks, savings banks or trust companies standing in the name of two or more persons, regulating the right of access to and removal of contents from said deposit boxes.
HB 702 Caption: Relating to the rights of corporations to limit, refuse or return any deposit at its discretion.
HB 703 Caption: Relating to regulating the class of securities for loans and investments of Savings Deposits.
HB 730 Caption: Relating to making it unlawful to take or kill wild squirrels in Williamson County during certain months of the year and providing that the remainder of the year shall be an open season for killing wild squirrels; prescribing the necessary penalties.
41st 1st Called Session
HB 47 Caption: Relating to the State Penitentiary and the State Prison System; increasing the duties, powers and functions of the Texas Prison Board; making an appropriation.
HB 160 Caption: Relating to authorizing certain cities and counties to acquire and maintain and operate Air Ports.
HB 196 Caption: Relating to hunting and fishing on inclosed lands of another without the consent of the owner of the lands; amending a certain code; providing for a penalty.
41st 2nd Called Session
HB 29 Caption: Relating to prohibiting the shooting or discharging of any gun, pistol or firearm of any kind in or along or across any public road in this State; and prescribing a penalty therefor.
HB 60 Caption: Relating to repealing Article 727a of the Code of Criminal Procedure relating to the method in which testimony is obtained.
HB 61 Caption: Relating to punishing the giving of fraudulent checks to banks; amending a certain Statute.
HB 90 Caption: Relating to amending Article 651 of the Code of Criminal Procedure so as to provide that defendants jointly or separately indicted for an offense growing out of the same transaction shall in the discretion of the trial court be placed on trial jointly or separately.
HB 91 Caption: Relating to amending a certain Statute; making it mandatory to pay the registration fee of a motor vehicle used on the public highways of this State; fixing a penalty.
HB 146 Caption: Relating to providing that in certain counties the county attorney may appoint one or more assistant.
HB 147 Caption: Relating to increasing the gross receipts taxes on public utilities; amending a certain Statute.
HB 171 Caption: Relating to providing for a more efficient law prohibiting hunting, fishing or camping on the enclosed land of another without the consent of the owner; providing for a penalty; amending certain laws.
41st 4th Called Session
HB 2 Caption: Relating to the Prison System of Texas and providing for the rehabilitation, renovation and concentration of the Central Prison System of the State of Texas on the present site of the Central Prison in the City of Huntsville in Walker County, Texas.
41st 5th Called Session
HB 10 Caption: Relatilng to providing for the renovation and rehabilitation of the prison system in the State of Texas.
HB 23 Caption: Relating to amending certain laws providing for the creation of a commission to aid the Supreme Court of Texas.