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Legislation authored by Donald Moore Markle

Includes legislation with Donald Moore Markle as the primary author for the 47th through 50th Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.

50th Regular Session
HB 17 Caption: Relating to fixing the terms of leases covering any area within river beds and channels, unsold school lands, both surveyed or unsurveyed, or any area within tidewater limits, including islands, lakes, salt water lakes, bays, inlets, marshes, reefs, the bed of the sea and that portion of the Gulf of Mexico now or hereafter within the jurisdiction of the State of Texas; repealing all laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith; declaring the provisions hereof severable.
HB 94 Caption: Relating to amending a previous Act, providing for a more secret ballot in all elections in Texas; providing a saving clause; repealing all laws and parts of laws in conflict only to the extent of the conflict.
HB 145 Caption: Relating to amending a previous Act, permitting corporations having charter power to do a trust and fiduciary business.
HB 226 Caption: Relating to authorizing the pledging of certain trust fund for improvements at John Sealy Hospital and Medical Branch of University of Texas at Galveston.
HB 227 Caption: Relating to amending a previous Act, providing for the creation of private corporations to engage in the business of stevedoring; repealing all laws and parts of laws in conflict only to the extent of the conflict.
HB 540 Caption: Relating to amending a previous Act, to fix the compensation of jail guard, matron, jailer or turnkey in certain counties.
HB 712 Caption: Relating to authorizing the payment of reasonable fees and charges to the University of Texas School of Medicine, the State Hospital for Crippled and Deformed Children, and the John Sealy Hospital at Galveston for hospitalization and professional services rendered by members of the staffs of said institutions in the care, diagnosis, and treatment of crippled children under the provisions of a certain Act, and in the hospitalization and care of patients from the Eleemosynary Institutions of the State under the direction of the State Board of Control.
HB 878 Caption: Relating to the redemption of revenue bonds by cities.
49th Regular Session
HB 36 Caption: Relating to providing for a more secret ballot, etc.
HB 68 Caption: Relating to repealing certain Statutes relating to the revival of judgments in courts of record where execution has not issued within twelve months after the rendition of such judgments.
HB 118 Caption: Relating to amending certain article relative to dormant judgments.
HB 122 Caption: Relating to amending certain Statutes relating to the pay of judges and clerks of general and special elections.
HB 330 Caption: Relating to amending certain Acts by fixing the salaries of official shorthand reporters in each Judicial District of this state, and the official shorthand reporter of any County Court, either civil or criminal, where the compensation of such reporter of such County Court or Judicial District is not otherwise provided by laws, providing for the manner of payment.
HB 331 Caption: Relating to amending certain Statutes so as to provide for County Juvenile Boards in counties having a population of more than seventy thousand (70,000) and less than one hundred thousand (100,000) inhabitants; providing for additional salaries for their members.
HB 332 Caption: Relating amending Statutes relating to the summoning of jurors.
HB 507 Caption: Relating to providing for the appointment and fixing the salaries of assistant county attorneys and clerk-stenographers in Counties of one hundred thousand (100,000) or less, and containing a city of sixty thousand (60,000) or more.
HB 577 Caption: Relating to amending Statutes relative to salaries of certain county officials.
HB 740 Caption: Relating to transferring the control and management of the Galveston State Psychopathic Hospital from the State Board of Control to the Board of Regents of The University of Texas; providing said Hospital shall no longer be a part of the eleemosynary service of Texas.
48th Regular Session
HB 13 Caption: Relating to providing for the protection of coastal navigable waters of the State of Texas against pollution; providing penalties; repealing laws in conflict with this Act.
HB 67 Caption: Relating to amending certain Statutes by providing for the formation of private corporations to own, lease, operate, and manage hotels and tourist courts and to own the stocks, bonds and other securities of hotel and tourist court corporations.
HB 99 Caption: Relating to authorizing the Commissioners Court of any county in this State having a population of not less than eighty thousand (80,000), and not more than one hundred and thirty-two thousand (132,000), according to the last preceding Federal Census, to allow each County Commissioner certain expenses for traveling and in connection with the use of his automobile while no official business only.
HB 220 Caption: Relating to amending certain Statutes relative to workmen's compensationlaw.
HB 413 Caption: Relating to amending certain Statutes by authorizing additional compensation for heads of departments by the County Commissioners Courts of counties having a population of not less than sixty thousand and one (60,001) inhabitants and not more than one hundred thousand (100,000) inhabitants, according to the last preceding Federal Census, and containing a city of not less than fifty-two thousand (52,00) inhabitants according to the last preceding Federal Census.
HB 759 Caption: Relating to making an emergency appropriation not to exceed Sixty Thousand ($60,000.00) Dollars to the John Sealy Hospital (a unit of the Medical Branch of The University of Texas) for the general operation thereof, including maintenance, support and salaries of employees for the remainder of the present fiscal year ending August 31, 1943, out of any unexpended balances remaining in any funds or monies appropriated to the Medical Branch of the University of Texas for the present fiscal year beginning September 1, 1942, and ending August 31, 1943, by the General Appropriation Bill for educational institutions of higher earning, and authorizing the transfer of said funds, or so much thereof as may be necessary.