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Legislation authored by Charles Salter Gainer

Includes legislation with Charles Salter Gainer as the primary author for the 34th through 42nd 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.

42nd Regular Session
SB 124 Caption: Relative to authorizing and directing the Board of Directors and other managing officers of A&M College to create and operate a Fireman's Training School as part of said College, making an appropriation.
SB 157 Caption: Relating to fixing the salary of the Superintendent of Public Instruction in Texas in each county having a population of not less than 13,388 nor more than 13,393 according to the last preceding census.
SB 185 Caption: Relating to amending certain statutes relative to the board of regents of the University of Texas and the Board of Directors of the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas.
SB 388 Caption: Relating to amending Subdivision 1 of Article 1817 of the Revised Civil Statues of 1925.
SB 546 Caption: Relating to certain fur-bearing animals; prohibiting the killing or taking of same in certain counties of this State; prescribing offenses, fines and punishment.
SB 616 Caption: Relating to giving the consent of the Legislature to Allen Smith, his heirs and assigns, to sue the State of Texas and/or Highway Commission for damages.
42nd 1st Called Session
SB 5 Caption: Relating to regulating Texas state commerce by oil pipe line agencies, gas pipe line agencies, oil and/or gas purchasing agencies and persons, firms or corporations operating in the purchase, production, distribution, sale, or transportation of crude oil and its products.
SB 12 Caption: Relating to conserving and protecting for the use of the public buffaloes in Texas, making it unlawful for any person to kill, sell or transport the same except under certain conditions, and providing for a method of condemning the same by a State, Game, Fish & Oyster Commission, in order that buffaloes may be conserved and protected against destruction.
SB 19 Caption: Relating to amending certain Acts relating to the creation of the Brazos River Conservation and Reclamation District; reappropriating for said purpose the unexpended balance of Twenty Thousand Dollars appropriated by Chapter 35, General Laws passed at the Regular Session of the Forty-second Legislature.
SB 20 Caption: Relating to amending certain Acts by conferring upon all counties adjacent to the Gulf of Mexico the right of eminent domain, where land, right of way or easements or dumping ground privileges are necessary to be secured for the construction of an intra-coastal canal.
SB 25 Caption: Relating to providing a graduated production tax on the daily production of each petroleum well in this state.
SB 45 Caption: Relating to aiding the counties of Brazos, Washington, Lee, Bastrop, and Robertson in paying the interest and principal on their outstanding county road bonds; providing a penalty for any misapplication.
SB 50 Caption: Relating to apportioning the State of Texas into the following Congressional Districts, each of which shall be entitled to elect one member of the Congress of the United States.
42nd 2nd Called Session
SB 6 Caption: Relating to promoting the use of staple cotton and to prohibit the use of linters and cotton of similar low quality in the manufacture of mattresses, pillows and other articles; prescribing a penalty.
41st Regular Session
SB 295 Caption: Relating to making an emergency appropriation for the immediate construction of two dormitories at the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas.
SB 569 Caption: Relating to increasing the civil jurisdiction of the county court of Washington County.
SB 593 Caption: Relating to increasing the criminal jurisdiction of the County Court of Robertson County.
SB 596 Caption: Relating to increasing the compensation of County Attorneys in counties having no District Attorney.
41st 2nd Called Session
SB 153 Caption: Relating to filing bond on presentation of certain claims.
SB 173 Caption: Relating to authorizing the Board of Directors of the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas to purchase, acquire and construct permanent improvements, including dormitories, stadiums, and athletic fields, and for the improvement of such structures heretofore erected.
41st 5th Called Session
SB 71 Caption: Relating to authorizing the formation of corporations to do a mineral royalty business.
34th Regular Session
HB 197 Caption: Relating to making an emergency appropriation for the maintenance, support and direction of the Agricultural and Mechanical College for the fiscal year ending August 31, 1915.
HB 470 Caption: Relating to providing that all expenditures for the Agricultural and Mechanical College may be made by order of the Board of Directs to be paid on warrants from the Comptroller, vouchers approved by the President of said Board or by some other officer of the college.
HB 473 Caption: Relating to providing for the sale and redemption of certain State Bonds for the maintenance and support of the Agricultural and Mechanical College; making an appropriation.
HB 544 Caption: Relating to amending a certain Statute relating to the compensation of county treasurers.
HB 547 Caption: Relating to amending a certain Statute relating to the handling of moneys by tax collectors and other officers or appointees authorized to receive public moneys.
HB 551 Caption: Relating amending certain laws so as to establish that in counties of a certain population the county treasurer shall have charge of and perform the duties of county auditor.
HB 622 Caption: Relating to amending provisions of the law relating to public printing.