Includes legislation with Charles Dudley Bourne as the primary author for the 43rd through 44th 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.
|44th Regular Session|
|HB 214||Caption: Relating to the conditions in which certain companies may invest their funds over and above their paid up capital stock.|
|HB 975||Caption: Relating to changing the times of holding the terms of Court of the District Court of the One Hundred and Second Judicial District of Texas.|
|44th 1st Called Session|
|HB 142||Caption: Relating to creating a special road law for Red River County, Texas, providing that said county may fund or refund the indebtedness outstanding against its road and bridge fund as of October 10, 1935, by the issuance of funding bonds, and setting forth the method of operation.|
|44th 2nd Called Session|
|HB 68||Caption: Relating to creating a special road law for Red River County, Texas, providing that said County may fund or refund the indebtedness outstanding against its Road and Bridge Fund as of October 23, 1935, by the issuance of funding bonds, setting forth the method of operation.|
|44th 3rd Called Session|
|HB 76||Caption: Relating to diminishing the civil and criminal jurisdiction of the County Court of Red River County, Texas, and conform the jurisdiction of the District Court of such County to such change.|
|43rd 1st Called Session|
|HB 110||Caption: Relating to prohibiting the use of any seine or net for taking fish from any of the waters of Red River County, except a seine or net of not less than two inch square mesh; providing a penalty.|
|43rd 2nd Called Session|
|HB 125||Caption: Relating to providing that a defendant convicted of a misdemeanor, and his punishment is assessed a pecuniary fine, and unable to pay his fine, may be put to work in the workhouse or on the county farm or public improvements of the county, or imprisoned in jail for a sufficient length of time to satisfy the fine and costs, at the rate of Three Dollars ($3.00) for each day.|