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Legislation authored by Harry Phillip Jordan

Includes legislation with Harry Phillip Jordan as the primary author for the 34th through 49th 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.

49th Regular Session
HB 272 Author: Jordan, Harry Phillip
Caption: Relating to providing for the recitation of the State's free royalty interest in oil, gas and mineral leases covering lands in which the State of Texas owns only a free royalty interest, and for the filing of each leases in the General Land Office.
34th Regular Session
HB 358 Author: Jordan, Harry Phillip | et. al.
Caption: Relating to the prevention of the unnecessary destruction and extinction of foxes, minks, raccoons, skunks, and other fur bearing animals; providing a penalty.
HB 380 Author: Jordan, Harry Phillip
Caption: Relating to requiring all schools, colleges and educational institutions in incorporated towns and cities to have fire drills one day of each week; fixing a penalty.
HB 408 Author: Jordan, Harry Phillip
Caption: Relating to amending the Penal Code defining burglary in the night time of buildings or residences where there is a sleeping occupant as a distinct offense; providing penalties.
33rd Regular Session
HB 304 Author: Jordan, Harry Phillip
Caption: Relating to liens.
HB 305 Author: Jordan, Harry Phillip
Caption: Relating to fidelity, guaranty and surety companies.
HB 306 Author: Jordan, Harry Phillip
Caption: Relating to extending the time of payment of franchise taxes.
HB 307 Author: Jordan, Harry Phillip
Caption: Relating to requiring all schools, colleges and educational institutions in incorporated towns and cities of the state to have fire drills on one day of each week, fixing a penalty.
HB 343 Author: Jordan, Harry Phillip
Caption: Relating to sale of unwholesome food.
HB 353 Author: Jordan, Harry Phillip
Caption: Relating to the regulation and numbering of automobiles, providing a penalty.
HB 447 Author: Jordan, Harry Phillip
Caption: Relating to fixing the time for filing an answer in all cases where the defendant is cited by publication.
HB 471 Author: Jordan, Harry Phillip | et. al.
Caption: Relating to prohibiting the pernicious practice of "hazing" in the State Educational Institutions, to provide penalties therefor.
HB 549 Author: Jordan, Harry Phillip
Caption: Relating to prohibiting domestic or foreign corporations doing business in this state to purchase, own and control shares of stock in other domestic or foreign corporations doing business in this state, providing penalty.
HB 550 Author: Jordan, Harry Phillip
Caption: Relating to amending article 3598 of the Revised Civil Statutes.
HB 565 Author: Jordan, Harry Phillip
Caption: Relating to authorizing the issuance of road bonds by McLennan county or any political subdivision thereof.
HB 579 Author: Jordan, Harry Phillip
Caption: Relating to amending Revised Statutes of 1911 by providing that corporation may be formed for any purpose not in violation of law; so that the charters of all corporations shall be recorded in the office of Secretary of State and filed in the office of the County Clerk.
HB 682 Author: Jordan, Harry Phillip
Caption: Relating to regulating the blowing of whistles by locomotives and factories, providing for the establishment and operation of gates by railway companies at all street crossing in cities over 10,000 population, providing penalties.
HB 767 Author: Jordan, Harry Phillip | et. al.
Caption: Relating to creating the Seventy Fifth Judicial District to fix the Jurisdiction.
33rd 2nd Called Session
HB 3 Author: Jordan, Harry Phillip
Caption: Relating to establishing a cotton warehouse system under the direction and control of the state and the creation of the Cotton Warehouse Commission; prescribing penalties.