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HB 78 56-0 (1959) Author: Pieratt, William Harold "Bill" | et. al. Relating to amending the Penal Code authorizing the Livestock Sanitary Commission to adopt and issue rules and regulations for the control and eradication of infectious, contagious and communicable diseases of livestock and domestic fowls.
HB 135 56-0 (1959) Author: McIlhany, Grainger Walter | et. al. Relating to authorizing the Livestock Sanitary Commission of Texas to regulate the movement of livestock out of livestock markets in order to prevent the dissemination of infectious, contagious or communicable livestock diseases; defining offenses and fixing penalties.
HB 187 56-0 (1959) Author: Green, Howard Lemuel | et. al. Relating to changing the name of the Livestock Sanitary Commission to the Texas Animal Health Commission.
SB 18 56-0 (1959) Author: Moffett, George Clarence "Cotton" Relating to amending certain acts to provide for the control and eradication of vesicular exanthema in swine; providing a penalty for violations.
SB 38 56-0 (1959) Author: Rogers, Andrew J. "Andy" Relating to amending the Penal Code so as to provide for the control and eradication of bovine brucellosis; providing a penalty for violation.
SB 39 56-0 (1959) Author: Rogers, Andrew J. "Andy" Relating to regulating the movement of livestock out of livestock markets in order to prevent the dissemination of infectious, contagious and communicable livestock diseases; providing a penalty for violations.
SB 56 56-0 (1959) Author: Herring, Charles Relating to amending certain acts relating to the control and eradication of bovine tuberculosis; providing a penalty for violation.
SB 58 56-0 (1959) Author: Colson, Esther Neveille | et. al. Relating to changing the name of the Livestock Sanitary Commission to the Texas Animal Health Commission.
SB 68 56-0 (1959) Author: Smith, Preston Earnest Relating to amending the Penal Code so as to authorize the Livestock Sanitary Commission to adopt and issue rules and regulations for the control and eradication of infectious, contagious and communicable diseases of livestock and domestic fowls.
HB 243 54-0 (1955) Author: Lieck, Jr., Charles J. Relating to amending Statutes by increasing the number of members of the Livestock Sanitary Commission of the State of Texas from three to nine; providing for the qualifications of each of the nine members; providing for their term of office from two to six years so that one term of office will expire in two years; providing for the appointment of a Chairman of said Commission; and providing that the present members shall continue to hold office for the terms for which they have been appointed.
HB 473 54-0 (1955) Author: Saul, Charles Leroy Relating to requiring certain inspections and permits concerning livestock and fowl; providing for the collection of fees and charges for required permits, certifications and inspections of livestock and fowl; fixing penalties; creating a special fund; containing a separability clause; repealing all laws in conflict.
SB 247 54-0 (1955) Author: Willis, Doyle Relating to amending certain Statutes by increasing the number of members of the Livestock Sanitary Commission of the State of Texas from three to six; providing for the qualifications of each of the six members; providing for the term of office from two to six years so that one term of office will expire in two years; providing for the appointment of a Chairman of said Commission; and providing that the present members shall continue to hold office for the terms for which they have been appointed.
SB 407 54-0 (1955) Author: Hardeman, Dorsey B. | et. al. Relating to making an appropriation of Fourteen Thousand Dollars ($14,000.00) or so much thereof as necessary, out of the unexpended balance heretofore appropriated to the Livestock Sanitary Commission for the purpose of paying indemnity to the owners of sheep and goats whose animals have been exposed to the contagious and fatal disease of scrapie which requires the destruction of such animals.
HB 288 53-0 (1953) Author: Pyle, Joe Relating to making a supplemental appropriation to the Livestock Sanitary Commission of Texas.
HB 427 53-0 (1953) Author: Briscoe, Jr., Dolph | et. al. Relating to amending certain Acts by providing that the Livestock Sanitary Commission shall provide rules and regulations for the eradication of certain diseases of livestock; fixing penalties.
SB 167 53-0 (1953) Author: Moffett, George Clarence "Cotton" Relating to making it unlawful to feed garbage to livestock animals except under rules and regulations promulgated by the Livestock Sanitary Commission; providing a penalty.
HB 674 52-0 (1951) Author: Loving, James William "Bill" Relating to making an emergency appropriations of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000) to the Livestock Sanitary Commission to supplement the sum appropriated to the Commission by the rider provision for the purpose of carrying out the provision relating to the prevention of foot and mouth disease, during the remainder of the fiscal year ending August 31, 1951.
HB 755 52-0 (1951) Author: Briscoe, Jr., Dolph | et. al. Relating to appropriating Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30,000) for the Livestock Sanitary Commission to pay traveling and subsistence expenses supplementing the appropriation for traveling expenses made for the biennium ending August 31, 1951.
SB 420 52-0 (1951) Author: Hardeman, Dorsey B. | et. al. Relating to appropriating Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30,000) for the Livestock Sanitary Commission to pay traveling and subsistence expenses supplementing the appropriation for traveling expenses made for the biennium ending August 31, 1961.
HB 135 51-0 (1949) Author: Isaacks, Samuel Jackson "Sam" | et. al. Relating to making an appropriation to the Livestock Sanitary Commission for the enforcement of House Bill No. 19 of the Fiftieth Legislature, entitled "Livestock - Foot and Mouth Disease - Quarantine."
HB 783 51-0 (1949) Author: Graham, Callan Relating to appropriating Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000) for the Livestock Sanitary Commission to pay traveling expenses made for the biennium ending August 31, 1949.
HB 932 51-0 (1949) Author: Jameson, William S. Relating to amending previous Statues relating to Livestock Sanitary Commission; repealing all laws in conflict.
SB 79 51-0 (1949) Author: Kelley, Rogers Relating to making an appropriation to the Livestock Sanitary Commission for the enforcement of House Bill No. 19 of the 50th Legislature, entitled: "Livestock-Foot and Mouth Disease-Quarantine."
SB 484 51-0 (1949) Author: Kelly, Keith F. Relating to appropriating Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) for the Live Stock Sanitary Commission to pay traveling and subsistence expenses supplementing the appropriation for traveling expenses made for the biennium ending August 31, 1949.
HB 19 50-0 (1947) Author: Isaacks, Samuel Jackson "Sam" | et. al. Relating to authorizing the Livestock Sanitary Commission of Texas to establish quarantines against other States, territories and foreign countries and portions and subdivisions of the State of Texas in order to prevent an outbreak of foot and mouth disease; prescribing penalties for a violation of quarantines; making appropriations for the enforcement of this Act.
SB 108 50-0 (1947) Author: Taylor, James Edward | et. al. Relating to authorizing the Livestock Sanitary Commission to establish quarantines against other States, Territories and Foreign Counties to prevent an outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease in Texas; making an appropriation.
HB 879 49-0 (1945) Author: Sadler, Harley Herman Relating to making an appropriation of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000) to the enforcement fund of the Livestock Sanitary Commission.
HB 286 48-0 (1943) Author: Simpson, Jr., Marvin B. Relating to making appropriation of Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000) to the Livestock Sanitary Commission of Texas for the purpose of purchasing dip material.
HB 322 46-0 (1939) Author: Mays, Sr., Abe M. Relating to making certain emergency appropriations out of the General Revenue Fund of the State of Texas for the Livestock Sanitary Commission for additional support and maintenance for the Livestock Sanitary Commission for the balance of the fiscal year ending August 31, 1939.
HB 529 46-0 (1939) Author: Russell, John K. Relating to authorizing the Livestock Sanitary Commission of Texas to cooperate with the United States Bureau of Animal Industry for the purpose of eradicating Bang's Disease among cattle and requiring the adoption of rules and regulations by the Commission for the purpose of eradicating Bang's Disease under this Act.
HB 562 46-0 (1939) Author: Hardeman, Dorsey B. | et. al. Relating to making certain emergency appropriations out of the General Revenue Fund of the State of Texas for the Livestock Sanitary Commission for additional support and maintenance of the Livestock Sanitary Commission for the balance of the fiscal year ending August 31, 1939, to cover the office expenses, traveling expenses, indemnity, etc.
HB 628 46-0 (1939) Author: Segrist, Kal | et. al. Relating to repealing a certain Article abolishing the Live Stock Sanitary Commission and transferring the duties and powers of the Live Stock Sanitary Commission to the State Department of Agriculture.
HB 770 46-0 (1939) Author: Derden, Albert L. | et. al. Relating to amending a certain Article, abolishing the Live Stock Sanitary Commission; creating the Bureau of Live Stock Sanitation.
HB 353 45-0 (1937) Author: Ragsdale, Bailey B. | et. al. Relating to making certain emergency appropriations out of the General Revenue Fund of the State of Texas for the Live Stock Sanitary Commission for the balance of the fiscal year ending August 31, 1937, to cover the purchase of dip materials, marking paint, salaries of inspectors, salaries of county supervisors, salaries of district supervisors, and traveling expenses.
HB 597 45-0 (1937) Author: Stevenson, Coke Robert | et. al. Relating to increasing the term of office for the members of the Live Stock Sanitary Commission of the State of Texas from two (2) to six (6) years so that one term of office will expire each two (2) years.
SB 27 44-1 (1935) Author: Neal, Jim Relating to making certain emergency appropriations out of the General Revenue of the State of Texas for the Livestock Sanitary Commission for additional support and maintenance of the Livestock Sanitary Commission for the balance of the two-year period beginning September 1, 1935, and ending August 31, 1937.
SB 248 43-0 (1933) Author: Parr, Archer "Archie" Relating to making certain emergency appropriations out of the general revenue of the State of Texas for the balance of the fiscal year ending August 31, 1933.
SB 10 43-2 (1934) Author: Beck, John W. E. H. | et. al. Relating to making an emergency appropriation out of the General Revenue of the State for the purpose of enforcing the provisions of certain Act relating to an appropriation for the Livestock Sanitary Commission.
SB 614 42-0 (1931) Author: Moore, Joseph M. "Joe" | et. al. Relating to making an appropriation out of the General Revenue of the State of Texas, not otherwise appropriated, as an emergency to continue the work of tuberculin tests of cattle and to indemnify owners of said cattle under the existing State and Federal Statutes.
SB 355 41-0 (1929) Author: Neal, Mary Elizabeth "Margie" | et. al. Relating to tick eradication among live stock, so as to include Cherokee, Rusk, Panola and Nacogdoches counties in that territory in which systematic tick eradication work is carried on and provided for, the purpose of this Act being to add said counties to that territory described in said Act as being West of the Brazos River and North and West of a line described in the Act as running from the Northwest corner of Robertson County to the Southeast corner or Harrison County, as set out in detail in Section 25 of said Act as it now exists.
HB 76 41-1 (1929) Author: Metcalfe, Penrose B. | et. al. Relating to providing for the eradication of contagious diseases among certain live stock, domestic animals and domestic fowls; also other diseases; providing for the establishment of quarantines by the Live Stock Sanitary Commission, providing penalties for violation of said quarantines, and penalties for other violations of provisions of this act.
HB 77 41-1 (1929) Author: Metcalfe, Penrose B. | et. al. Relating to tick eradication law; providing penalties.
HB 139 40-0 (1927) Author: Holland, Robert H. Relating to making certain appropriations to the Live Stock Sanitary Commission.
SB 159 40-0 (1927) Author: Parr, Archer "Archie" Relating to making an emergency and supplemental appropriation out of the General Revenues of the State to be used by the Live Stock Sanitary Commission of Texas in the eradication and control of contagious, infectious and communicable diseases of live stock, and in the eradication and control of the fever carrying tick (Margaropus Annulatus).
SB 234 40-0 (1927) Author: Parr, Archer "Archie" Relating to making an emergency appropriation out of the General Revenue of the State of Texas to be used by the Live Stock Sanitary Commission of Texas for the payment of salaries of inspectors in the eradication and control of fever tick (Margaropus Annulatus) and other agencies of transmission of infections, contagious and communicable diseases of live stock.
SB 18 40-1 (1927) Author: Berkeley, Benjamin Franklin | et. al. Relating to providing for the eradication of scabies among sheep and cattle, to provide adequate quarantine and sanitary measures, to provide for the inspection and dipping, and certification of said livestock, and to provide adequate penalties for violation of quarantine and dipping orders of the Live Stock Sanitary Commission.
SB 281 39-1 (1926) Author: Holbrook, Thomas Jefferson | et. al. Relating to making appropriation to the Live Stock Sanitary Commission of the sum of Two Hundred Thousand Dollars or so much thereof as may be necessary out of the general fund, not otherwise appropriated, to pay the State of Texas one-half of such claim or claims as may be due for the loss or destruction of hay in Brazoria, Galveston, and Harris Counties during the hoof and mouth epidemic of 1925, after same have been approved. Senate: Finance
HB 86 37-0 (1921) Author: Stewart, B. J. | et. al. Relating to a certain Act abolishing the Live Stock Sanitary Commission; conferring the authority to the Commissioner of Agriculture of this State.
HB 179 37-0 (1921) Author: Burmeister, Frank H. | et. al. Relating to a certain Act providing for eradication of fever carrying cattle ticks.
SB 114 37-0 (1921) Author: Clark, Isaac Edgar Relating to prescribing the duties, powers and authority of the Live Stock Sanitary Commission.
HB 151 36-0 (1919) Author: Faubion, Herbert Elmo "Pete" Relating to amending certain Act supplementing the Live Stock Sanitary Commission for the State of Texas, and which is known as the Eradication of Cattle Ticks Law, so that hereafter the counties of Lampasas, Burnet, San Saba and Mills, in the State of Texas, shall be placed in Zone 2 instead of Zone 1.
HB 353 36-0 (1919) Author: Jones, Walter Francis | et. al. Relating to amending certain Act creating the Live Stock Sanitary Commission for the State of Texas so that hereafter Kinney county, Uvalde county and Medina county, in the State of Texas, shall be placed in Zone No. 3 instead of Zone No. 2 as heretofore.
HB 434 36-0 (1919) Author: Hill, Herman B. Relating to providing for the Live Stock Sanitary Commission to co-operate with the Bureau of Animal Industry, United States Department of Agriculture, for the eradication of tuberculosis among the cattle within the State of Texas, and providing for the partial indemnification to the owner of cattle reacting to the tuberculin test providing for the appraisement of cattle reacting to the tuberculin test.
HB 467 36-0 (1919) Author: Hill, Herman B. Relating to making certain emergency appropriations out of the general revenue for the Live Stock Sanitary Commission for the fiscal year ending August 31, 1919.
SB 71 36-0 (1919) Author: Caldwell, Walter Douglass Relating to amending the Eradication of Cattle Ticks Law so that hereafter the counties of Lampasas, Burnet, San Saba and Mills, in the State of Texas, shall be placed in Zone No. 2 instead of Zone No. 1, as heretofore.
SB 160 36-0 (1919) Author: Bell, William Steve Relating to establishing and fixing the salary of the chairman of the Live Stock Sanitary Commission.
SB 161 36-0 (1919) Author: Bell, William Steve Relating to making certain emergency appropriations out of the general revenue for the Live Stock Sanitary Commission for the year ending August 31, 1919.
SB 162 36-0 (1919) Author: Bell, William Steve Relating to making certain emergency appropriation out of the general revenue for the Live Stock Sanitary Commission for the fiscal year ending August 31, 1919.
SB 174 36-0 (1919) Author: Dudley, Richard M. Relating to providing for the Live Stock Sanitary Commission to cooperate with the Bureau of Animal Industry, United States Department of Agriculture, for the eradication of tuberculosis among cattle within the State of Texas, and providing for the partial indemnification to the owner of cattle reacting to the tuberculin test. House: Stock and Stock Raising
Senate: Stock and Stock Raising
SB 175 36-0 (1919) Author: Dudley, Richard M. Relating to making certain emergency appropriations out of the general revenue for the Live Stock sanitary Commission for the fiscal year ending August 31, 1919. House: Appropriations
Senate: Finance
SB 315 36-0 (1919) Author: Buchanan, Arren C. Relating to amending certain acts providing that the Live Stock Sanitary Commission shall as far as possible destroy and eradicate fever carrying ticks, contagious, infectious and communicable diseases of live stock, and shall establish special quarantine districts, where necessary. Senate: Stock and Stock Raising
HB 46 36-2 (1919) Author: Hornby, Sr., Harry P. | et. al. Relating to amending certain laws supplementing the Eradication of Cattle Ticks law so that hereafter Kinney County, Uvalde County and Medina County shall be placed in Zone No. 3 instead of Zone No. 2.
HB 83 36-2 (1919) Author: Poage, William Allen Relating to establishing and fixing the salary of the Chairman of the Live Stock Sanitary Commission.
HB 182 36-2 (1919) Author: Hornby, Sr., Harry P. | et. al. Relating to providing for the Live Stock Sanitary Commission of Texas to sell the hides of any predator animals killed under certain laws and such funds to be set apart for the further eradication of predatory animals.
SB 12 36-2 (1919) Author: Dudley, Richard M. Relating to amending a certain law known as the Eradication of Cattle Ticks Law, so that hereafter Uvalde County and Medina County, in the State of Texas, shall be placed in Zone No. 3 instead of Zone No. 2 as heretofore.
SB 54 36-2 (1919) Author: Dayton, George W. | et. al. Relating to establishing and fixing the salary of the Chairman of the Live Stock Sanitary Commission.
SB 126 36-2 (1919) Author: Dudley, Richard M. Relating to providing for the Live Stock Sanitary Commission of Texas or its authorized representatives to sell the hides of predatory animals killed under authority of Chapter 107, of the Acts of the Regular Session of the 36th Legislature, and remit such funds to the State Treasurer, and such funds to be set apart to be drawn and used by the Live Stock Sanitary Commission for the further eradication of predatory animals under authority of said Chapter 107.
HB 64 36-3 (1920) Author: Barnes, William Henry "Frank" | et. al. Relating to amending certain tick eradication laws.
HB 250 35-0 (1917) Author: Metcalfe, Charles B. | et. al. Relating to providing for the protection of the livestock industry by prescribing the compulsory eradication of cattle ticks by the Livestock Sanitary Commission.
HB 807 35-0 (1917) Author: Denton, James T. Relating to an appropriation for the Live Stock Sanitary Commission to defray the expenses of cattle tick and sheep scab eradication.
SB 467 35-0 (1917) Author: Hudspeth, Claude Benton Relating to appropriating out of the general revenue not heretofore appropriated the sum of twenty-one thousand eight hundred thirty-two and eighty-hundredths dollars ($21,832.80) or so much thereof as may be necessary to defray the expenses of the Texas Live Stock Sanitary Commission of Texas, providing for the tick and sheep scab eradication for the fiscal year ending August 31st, 1917.
HB 51 35-1 (1917) Author: Bell, William Steve Relating to supplementing an Act creating a Live Stock Sanitary Commission as defined in Article 7812, Revised Statutes, 1911; providing for the protection of the live stock industry of Texas against all malignant, contagious and infectious or communicable diseases.
HB 167 34-0 (1915) Author: Metcalfe, Charles B. Relating to amending certain laws so as to place scabbies in sheep under the provisions of the Livestock Sanitary Commission and to make it the duties of said Commission to stamp out and eradicate scab in sheep; repealing certain laws relative to appointing inspectors.
HB 455 34-0 (1915) Author: Wagstaff, J. M. | et. al. Relating to making an appropriation to enforce against the introduction of and prevent the spread of Foot and Mouth Disease; providing penalties.
HB 520 34-0 (1915) Author: Bland, Howard | et. al. Relating to providing for the protection of the live stock industry against infectious and communicable disease; prescribing the duties of the Live Stock Sanitary Commission.
SB 68 34-0 (1915) Author: Hudspeth, Claude Benton Relating to amending a certain Statute describing the duties and powers of the Live Stock Sanitary Commission so as to place scabbies in sheep under the provisions of said Commission, and to make it the duty of said Commission to stamp out and eradicate scab in sheep, and cholera in hogs in this State, and to provide for quarantining against other States into this State.
SB 253 34-0 (1915) Author: Hudspeth, Claude Benton Relating to making an appropriation of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000>) for the Live Stock Sanitary Commission of Texas to make and enforce against the introduction into Texas of Foot and Mouth Disease among livestock; providing penalties.
SB 275 34-0 (1915) Author: Hudspeth, Claude Benton | et. al. Relating to amending a certain Statute providing for the compensation of the Commissioners of the Livestock Sanitary Commission; prescribing their salary.
HB 380 33-0 (1913) Author: Burges, Richard Fenner | et. al. Relating to the protection of livestock against contagious, infectious or communicable diseases and prohibiting the movement of livestock contrary to the provisions of law, providing penalties.
SB 59 33-0 (1913) Author: Brelsford, Homer Platt Relating to providing for the protection of the live stock industry of Texas against all contagious and infectious or communicable diseases prescribing the duties of the Live Stock Sanitary Commission, authorizing it to formulate rules and regulations for the protection of the live stock industry of this State against all all contagious, infectious or communicable diseases; providing penalties for violation of this Act and rules and regulations of the Live Stock Sanitary Commission.
HB 104 25-0 (1897) Relating to amending an act relating to the Live Stock Sanitary Commission, and the movement of live stock thereunder.
HB 112 23-0 (1893) Relating to providing for the protection of domestic animals, for the creation of a live stock sanitary commission, for the establishing of live stock quarantine lines, rules, and regulations; and providing penalties for violating the same.

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