Includes legislation with Paul Finn as the primary author for the 41st 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|
|HB 220||Caption: Relating to directing the State Superintendent of Public Instruction to pay out of the Rural Aid Fund heretofore appropriated by the 41st Legislature, Third Called Session, a certain sum of money as a reward or bonus for consolidation to certain school districts.|
|HB 330||Caption: Relating to regulating corporations heretofore and hereafter created for the purpose as outlined by Senate Bill 232 of the Regular Session of the 40th Legislature.|
|HB 410||Caption: Relating to amending certain statutes by requiring bank and trust companies to segregate assets held in a fiduciary capacity from the general assets of the bank, to keep a separate set of books and records showing in detail certain transactions; providing that funds deposited or held in trust awaiting investment shall be carried in a separate account and not to be used by the bank in the conduct of its business unless it shall first set aside in the trust department United States bonds or other approved securities.|
|HB 415||Caption: Relating to amending certain Statutes and providing for the control of State Highways of Texas and providing that no change in the routing of highways already designated within certain towns and cities shall be changed without the consent of the Commissioner's Court of the county.|
|HB 910||Caption: Relating to amending certain Acts by providing the method by which building and loan associations may dissolve the corporation and liquidate the affairs of the association.|
|HB 1038||Caption: Relative to giving and granting to Mr. and Mrs. C.T. Clark, the parents of Luther Clark, a minor, deceased, leave and permission to prosecute in the proper courts of Montague County, Texas suit or suits against the State of Texas and D.K. Martin, Cone Johnson and W.R. Ely as Highway Commissioners of the State of Texas.|
|42nd 1st Called Session|
|HB 43||Caption: Relating to repealing certain sections of Acts relating to an occupation tax on dealers in cigarettes.|
|42nd 2nd Called Session|
|HB 42||Caption: Relating to amending certain article by providing for refund in certain instances for taxes paid and reapportioning and appropriating the revenues derived from the Gasoline Tax Law.|
|41st Regular Session|
|HB 394||Caption: Relating to providing for an occupation tax upon wholesale dealers in lubricating oil equal to ten cents per gallon on all such lubricating oil so sold by any such dealer.|
|HB 528||Caption: Relating to amending certain laws providing for the control of State Highways of Texas and providing that no change in the routing of highways already designated within towns and cities of more than two hundred population shall be changed without the consent of the Commissioners' Court of the county wherein said town or city is situated.|