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Legislation authored by James Odell Gillham

Includes legislation with James Odell Gillham as the primary author for the 53rd through 54th Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.

54th Regular Session
HB 53 Caption: Relating to enacting the Texas Automobile Dealers Licensing Act; defining certain words; prohibiting sale of new and used cars in this State except by persons licensed so to do under the provisions of this Act; providing for the issuance and renewal by the Comptroller of the different types of licenses provided for by this Act; prescribing the eligibility requirements for such licenses and the conditions for their renewal, suspension, termination, and revocation declaring that certain acts done in violation of this Act shall be unlawful.
HB 126 Caption: Relating to amending Statutes by fixing fees of students registering in State-supported institutions of collegiate rank; repealing all laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith.
HB 127 Caption: Relating to providing for abolishing the office of County Superintendent of Public Instruction, and duties thereof to be performed by the superintendent of a contiguous or the nearest independent school district.
HB 143 Caption: Relating to authorizing the payment from existing appropriations of salary increases for the Constitutional Officers of this State.
HB 170 Caption: Relating to fixing the annual salaries of the Constitutional Officers of this State; making an appropriation; fixing an effective date.
HB 274 Caption: Relating to creating the Texas Commission on Higher Education; providing for the appointments of its members and their terms of office; providing for filling vacancies in its membership; providing rules and regulations for the transaction of its business; providing for expenses of members.
HB 275 Caption: Relating to repealing an Article of the Code of Criminal Procedure relative to sureties attempting to relieve themselves of liability under the provisions of above Article.
HB 634 Caption: Relating to amending certain Statutes relating to selection of county depositories, by requiring the Commissioners Court to select a depository within the county if a bidding bank located in the county is able to make the requisite bond.
HB 635 Caption: Relating to fixing the open season for killing wild quail in Cochran County; prohibiting the killing of wild quail at any other time and providing the penalty for violation.
HJR 22 Caption: Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of the State of Texas to revise the system of County Government; to abolish certain offices; to create other offices; prescribing the powers and duties of certain county officials and of the officials whose offices are created by this Amendment; providing for the necessary election and providing for a form of ballot procedure and proclamations.
HR 8 Caption: Providing the salaries for employees of the House.
HR 122 Caption: Extending good wishes to State Representative George S. Berry as he recovers from surgery.
HR 298 Caption: In memory of Mrs. Henry L. Muldrow, Sr. of Norman, Oklahoma.
53rd Regular Session
HB 658 Caption: Relating to amending certain Acts fixing fees of resident students registering in State-supported institutions of collegiate rank.
HB 835 Caption: Relating to validating, ratifying, confirming and approving certain contracts, scrip and time warrants authorized by counties and cities of this State since the approval by the Governor of Texas on May 3, 1947.
53rd 1st Called Session
HB 22 Caption: Relating to amending certain laws authorizing independent school districts or common school districts and cities which have assumed the control of public schools situated therein to build or purchase buildings and grounds located within or without the district or city, for the purpose of constructing gymnasia, stadia, or other recreational facilities.