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Legislation authored by Thomas Phillip Hull

Includes legislation with Thomas Phillip Hull as the primary author for the 38th through 39th 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.

39th Regular Session
HB 65 Caption: Relating to repealing laws relating to the sale of stocks and stock certificates; defining what shall constitute violations of this act; specifying that this act shall be known and cited as the "Blue Sky Law of Texas."
HB 86 Caption: Relating to creating the Sayers Independent School District in Bexar County.
HB 169 Caption: Relating to providing additional purposes for which corporations may be formed under the laws of Texas.
HB 170 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute relating to the appointment and compensation of auditors in counties containing a population of thirty-five thousand or over or having a taxable valuation of fifteen million dollars or over.
HB 171 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute regulating the rate of interest that can hereafter be charged on contracts or open accounts, defining "conventional interest."
HB 173 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute so as to increase the compensation of county tax assessors.
HB 435 Caption: Relating to prohibiting railway companies from collecting additional fare from passengers riding in Pullman cars; fixing a penalty.
HB 566 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute relating to the practice in cases where a railroad is sued for property occupied by it for railroad purposes so as to include within the operation of said statute all persons or corporations having the right of eminent domain.
38th Regular Session
HB 28 Caption: Relating to amending legislation relating to fixing the weight of a loaf of bread and making the same penalties as those of said Act apply to any person, firm, or corporation, making, manufacturing for sale, or selling, or offering or exposing for sale bread under or over the standard avoirdupois weights specified, and regulating the sale, etc., of twin and multiple loaves; and generally regulating the sale and delivery and handling of all bakers' products by all persons.
HB 29 Caption: Relating to amending legislation relating to the adoption of heirs, so as to permit the adoption of minors only as legal heir, and defining and designating the rights, privileges, and inheritances of heirs by adoption.
HB 30 Caption: Relating to providing an occupation taxes on sulfur produced by the state.
HB 31 Caption: Relating to providing for the printing and publishing of all charters and amendments of charters of cities, heretofore or that may hereafter be adopted under the provision of previous legislation and heretofore, or that may hereafter be recorded in the Secretary of State's Office.
HB 32 Caption: Relating to conferring upon corporations chartered under Texas law, prior to the second day of February, 1900, and having $100,000 or more capital, the additional power to purchase note, bills, or other evidences of debt whether the same beat interest form date or from maturity on less sum that the face value thereof.
HB 43 Caption: Relating to facilitating the collection of State, county, and city taxes, by perfecting tax titles by limitation after a period of two years.
HB 339 Caption: Relating to making all fees of office other than those provided in Title 58 of the Complete Texas Statutes of 1920, known as the "Fee Bill," ex-officio fees of office, and provided said ex-officio fees shall be in addition to the maximum salary for office holders now provided in said title, and repealing all laws in conflict herewith.
HB 340 Caption: Relating to making it unlawful for any person, directly or indirectly, to possess or receive for certain purposes malt liquors or medicated bitters capable of producing intoxication.
HB 387 Caption: Relating to prohibiting any district judge, county judge or justice of the peace in this State, from entering and approving any order, decree or final judgment in any case pending in their respective court unless said order, decree or final judgment has been approved by the attorneys of record for all parties, or unless the attorneys of record for all parties are present and in the courtroom at the time said order, decree or final judgment is approved and entered by said district judge, county judge or justice of the peace.
HB 418 Caption: Relating to appropriating the sum of Forty Five Thousand dollars to pay in full, Mrs. Kate Chambers Sturgis (nee Kate Chambers)and Mrs. Stella J. McGregor (nee Stella J. Chambers), the only surviving lawful heirs at law of General T.J. Chambers deceased, for 5004 acres of land owned by General T.J. Chambers, which land was condemned by the Republic of Texas for the purpose of establishing a seat of Government, and upon which the City of Austin now stands, and upon a part of which the State Capitol is built.
HB 479 Caption: Relating to amending certain Article relating to fees of justices of the peace.
HB 482 Caption: Relating to amending certain Article relating to maximum fees of offices in certain counties, providing for maximum fees to be retained by Justices of the peace and constables in cities of a population of more than 100,000.
HB 483 Caption: Relating to amending certain Article relating to the maximum amount of fees allowed office holders in the counties of this State therein set out, providing that said Article shall not apply to Justices of the Peace and Constables except those holding office in cities from 20,000 to 100,000 inhabitants.
HB 485 Caption: Relating to amending certain Article of the Code of Criminal Procedure of the State of Texas relating to fees of justices, mayor and recorders.
38th 2nd Called Session
HB 36 Caption: Relating to making it the duty of tax assessors in the various counties of the State to ascertain the names and addresses of owners of property listed on the unrendered rolls of the various counties.