HB 758, 51st R.S. history

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HB 758, 51st R.S.
Relating to granting aid to Cass County, Texas, made necessary by reason of the calamitous overflows and floods of Sulphur River and the many branches and creeks which empty into Caddo Lake and said River, which cause great destruction of property and loss of life; remitting, releasing, granting and donating to the property in and the inhabitants of said County all State Ad Valorem taxes for general purposes levied on property in said County, including rolling stock of railroads for the next two (2) years, beginning with the next fiscal year, September 1st, 1949, and ending August 31st, 1951.

Author: Cloyd D. Young

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1949, 51st R.S.,ch. 418, General and Special Laws of Texas

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