Includes legislation with Heverington Eugene Wassell as the primary author for the 40th through 40th 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.
|40th Regular Session|
|HB 328||Caption: Relating to providing for the subdivision of special issues in civil jury cases raised by the pleading and evidence in the case.|
|HB 329||Caption: Relating to providing for the taxing of a trial fee of a certain amount in certain Civil Cases.|
|HB 397||Caption: Relating to requisites, issuance and service of citations.|
|HB 490||Caption: Relating to providing that all fees received in connection with office by county officers shall be fees of office.|
|HB 518||Caption: Relating to providing that county judges shall receive five dollars as a fee for probating a will and shall receive one dollar as a fee for granting letters testamentary, of administration, or of guardianship.|
|HB 519||Caption: Relating to providing that five dollars shall be paid to the county judge by the county for each criminal action tried and finally disposed of before him.|
|HB 607||Caption: Relating to the verdict of jurors in civil cases amending Articles 2203 and 2204, of the Revised Civil Statutes for 1925 so as to authorize a verdict to be rendered in any cause in the district court upon the occurrence of nine members of the jury trying the same.|
|HB 651||Caption: Relating to amending the Revised Civil Statutes of Texas, 1925 so as to provide for the salary of the county judge presiding over the Commissioners' Court in lieu of his ex officio allowances.|
|HJR 32||Caption: Proposing an amendment so as to provide that the Legislature may fix the compensation of certain county officers by salaries in lieu of fees, commissions and other perquisites.|