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Legislation authored by John Doyle Settle

Includes legislation with John Doyle Settle 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 27 Author: Settle, J. Doyle
Caption: Relating to levying an occupation tax on any person, firm, corporation or association pursuing the occupation of importing beer into this State for the purpose of re-sale; providing a penalty.
HB 28 Author: Settle, J. Doyle
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 29 Author: Settle, J. Doyle
Caption: Relating to requiring licenses for the operation, maintenance, opening or establishment of stores in this State, prescribing the license and filing fees to be paid therefor, and the disposition thereof, and the powers and duties of the Comptroller of Public Accounts in connection therewith, and prescribing penalties for the violation thereof.
HB 61 Author: Settle, J. Doyle | et. al.
Caption: Relating to authorizing the State Board of Cosmetology, with the approval of the State Board of Health to prescribe sanitary rules to prevent the spread of contagious diseases, providing regulations for owners or managers of hairdressing and cosmetological shops or schools of beauty culture, declaring it unlawful for any persons to practice as a hairdresser except in the homes of customers and bona fide beauty shops, declaring the establishment of home beauty shops unlawful.
HB 62 Author: Settle, J. Doyle
Caption: Relating to defining, regulating, licensing, and taxing itinerant merchants by motor vehicle; declaring violation of this Act a nuisance; providing criminal penalties and civil liabilities for violation hereof.
HB 139 Author: Settle, J. Doyle
Caption: Relating to authorizing the Board of Directors of Texas Technological College to erect and equip and make contracts for the erection and equipping of dormitories, other buildings and improvements on the campus or other real estate purchased or leased for the purpose.
HB 206 Author: Settle, J. Doyle
Caption: Relating to providing that the liens created in certain Article shall constitute a first lien superior to all other liens.
HB 207 Author: Settle, J. Doyle
Caption: Relating to giving school districts same prior lien under paving contracts as enjoyed by State, county and city for ad valorem taxes.
HB 208 Author: Settle, J. Doyle
Caption: Relating to amending certain statute relating to delinquent taxpayers by omitting the clause providing that no shit shall be brought for the collection of delinquent taxes for a School District or Road District unless instituted within ten years from the time same shall become delinquent.
HB 249 Author: Settle, J. Doyle
Caption: Relating to providing that all real and personal property held or owned by any person in this State shall be liable for all State, county and School District Taxes, and such taxes shall constitute a first lien on such property.
HB 283 Author: Settle, J. Doyle
Caption: Relating to levying an occupation tax upon the commercial producers of coal at twenty-five cents per ton.
HB 397 Author: Settle, J. Doyle | et. al.
Caption: Relating to providing for the purchase of a site and for the establishment, location, and construction of a hospital for the white mentally ill, naming the same, and providing for the care, treatment and support of white mentally ill persons.
HB 869 Author: Settle, J. Doyle
Caption: Relating to providing that any person buying motor fuel in quantities greater than fifty (50) gallons, shall be exempt from the payment of any excise tax on motor fuel that may be provided by law.
45th 1st Called Session
HB 80 Author: Settle, J. Doyle
Caption: Relating to authorizing the Board of Directors of Texas Technological College to erect and equip and make contracts for the erection and equipping of dormitories, other buildings and improvements on the campus.
45th 2nd Called Session
HB 71 Author: Settle, J. Doyle
Caption: Relating to the compensation and salary to be paid County Auditors in certain counties.
44th Regular Session
HB 246 Author: Settle, J. Doyle
Caption: Relating to requiring individuals or companies owning, operating, or controlling power plants in this State to make quarterly reports to the Comptroller.
HB 248 Author: Settle, J. Doyle
Caption: Relating to providing that any person, company, corporation or association failing to pay the tax levied in certain statute within thirty (30) days after the same is due and payable, shall pay to the State as a penalty an additional amount equal to Ten Percent (10%) of the tax due, and such tax and penalty shall draw interest at the rate of Six Percent (6%) per annum from due date until paid.
HB 287 Author: Settle, J. Doyle
Caption: Relating to levying an occupation tax upon the occupation of producing petroleum oil within this State.
HB 288 Author: Settle, J. Doyle | et. al.
Caption: Relating to levying a tax of one-fifth (1/5) of one cent (1¢) for each one thousand cubic feet of natural gas produced in this State in the form of an occupation tax.
HB 655 Author: Settle, J. Doyle
Caption: Relating to gross receipts tax of life insurance companies.
44th 1st Called Session
HB 64 Author: Settle, J. Doyle
Caption: Relating to distribution of scholastic aid by district population.
HB 80 Author: Settle, J. Doyle | et. al.
Caption: Relating to levying a tax of one-fifth (1/5) of one cent (1¢) for each one thousand (1000) cubic feet of natural gas produced in this State, in the form of an occupation tax.
HB 135 Author: Settle, J. Doyle
Caption: Relating to distribution of State aid to public schools by scholastic population of district.