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Legislation authored by Alfred Weldon Roark

Includes legislation with Alfred Weldon Roark as the primary author for the 34th through 45th 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.

45th Regular Session
HB 7 Author: Roark, Jr., Alfred Weldon "Alf"
Caption: Relating to creating a State Board of Public Welfare for the State of Texas.
HB 274 Author: Roark, Jr., Alfred Weldon "Alf" | et. al.
Caption: Relating to requiring railroad companies, receivers or lessees thereof to equip all cabooses with electric marker lights and light for use of conductor or other person in charge of train to handle orders, way-bills and other necessary papers; providing this Act shall become effective on January 1, 1938.
HB 398 Author: Roark, Jr., Alfred Weldon "Alf" | et. al.
Caption: Relating to amending certain Articles of the Penal Code of the State of Texas of 1925, relating to betting, so as to include within the terms and meaning of said Articles any race, speed, skill or endurance of, by, or between dogs.
HB 470 Author: Roark, Jr., Alfred Weldon "Alf"
Caption: Relating to providing for levying, assessing, and collecting an additional one and one-fourth per cent of the gross fire and/or lightning, and/or tornado, and/or windstorm, and/or hail insurance premiums of all companies doing business of fire or lightning or tornado or windstorm or hail insurance in this State, according to the reports made to the Board of Insurance Commissioners as required by law, and so as to provide that the taxes levied and assessed against the gross premiums of certain insurance companies shall be independent of and in addition to all other taxes imposed by law upon such companies.
HB 471 Author: Roark, Jr., Alfred Weldon "Alf"
Caption: Relating to providing for the annual assessment and collection of a tax on premiums for Workmen's Compensation Insurance policies written by stock companies, mutual companies, reciprocals or inter-insurance exchanges, or Lloyds associations covering risks in this State to defray the salaries and expenses of carrying out the provisions of certain statutes, and providing that any unexpended balance shall be carried over in succeeding years in a separate fund, and shall reduce the assessment for succeeding years.
HB 731 Author: Roark, Jr., Alfred Weldon "Alf" | et. al.
Caption: Relating to aiding the Lower Neches Valley Authority, a State agency, in carrying out the purposes for which it was created by certain Act.
HB 805 Author: Roark, Jr., Alfred Weldon "Alf" | et. al.
Caption: Relating to making an appropriation to the Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College for the Piney Woods Livestock and Poultry Experiment Station created and established by certain Act for the two fiscal years beginning September 1, 1937 and 1938.
HB 1120 Author: Roark, Jr., Alfred Weldon "Alf"
Caption: Relating to fixing the salary of County Commissioners in all counties having an assessed valuation of not less than Sixteen Million Dollars ($16,000,000) nor more than Seventeen Million Dollars ($17,000,000), and containing a population of not less than nineteen thousand (19,000) nor more than nineteen thousand, nine hundred (19,900) according to the last Federal Census.
44th Regular Session
HB 115 Author: Roark, Jr., Alfred Weldon "Alf" | et. al.
Caption: Relating to contracts for labor made by State of Texas and political subdivisions to be made on basis of eight hours per day.
HB 430 Author: Roark, Jr., Alfred Weldon "Alf" | et. al.
Caption: Relating to providing that every employer furnish safe employment and place of employment, and furnish and use safety devices, practices, and operations reasonably adequate to protect life and safety of employees.
HB 797 Author: Roark, Jr., Alfred Weldon "Alf"
Caption: Relating to providing that upon the death of any licensee or the dissolution of any corporation, co-partnership, or association of persons leaving an unearned portion of any licensed issued, the legal representatives of such deceased person or licensee or the owners of a co-partnership or association of persons at the time of dissolution or the president, secretary, or director of such corporation dissolved may present the license of such entities to the State and COunty, together with an affidavit of the party presenting same showing date of such dissolution or date of the death of any licensee, and shall be entitled to receive payment of the unearned portion of the license fee collected, the State's portion to be paid out of the foregoing appropriation to the Comptroller.
HB 798 Author: Roark, Jr., Alfred Weldon "Alf"
Caption: Relating to providing that all claims and demands secured by deed, deed of trust, or mortgage on real estate be construed real property for the purpose of taxation; providing for the effective date of this Act.
HB 901 Author: Roark, Jr., Alfred Weldon "Alf" | et. al.
Caption: Relating to providing for the expending of the road and bridge fund of the county by the Commissioners' Court in each precinct as nearly as conditions will permit, in proportion to amounts collected in such precinct.
44th 2nd Called Session
HB 16 Author: Roark, Jr., Alfred Weldon "Alf"
Caption: Relating to levying a license tax of one-half mill per kilowatt hour on electricity and electrical energy generated, manufactured, or produced in the State of Texas, for barter, sale, or exchange.
HB 95 Author: Roark, Jr., Alfred Weldon "Alf" | et. al.
Caption: Relating to providing that every person in this State over the age of fourteen (14) years and subject to none of the disqualifications set out in this Act, shall have the right to drive and/or operate a motor vehicle, as that term is now defined by law, upon the public highways and roads in this State.
44th 3rd Called Session
HB 35 Author: Roark, Jr., Alfred Weldon "Alf"
Caption: Relating to making an appropriation of Three Million ($3,000,000) Dollars from all funds received into the State Treasury for the use of the State General Revenue Fund as said funds are received, but before they are credited to said State General Revenue Fund, for the purpose of paying old age pensions under the provisions of the Old age Assistance Law, and directing the State Comptroller of Public Accounts beginning on the effective date of this Act, to make proper deposit warrants according to the provisions of this Act.