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Legislation authored by Isaac William Culp

Includes legislation with Isaac William Culp as the primary author for the 30th through 38th 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.

38th Regular Session
HB 96 Caption: Relating to persons competent to make a will.
HB 148 Caption: Relating to providing for the collection, compilation and publishing of information, statistics and data relating to agriculture, horticulture, live stock, manufacturing and other industries and enterprises to be accomplished through the tax assessor and the Department of Agriculture.
HB 199 Caption: Relating to making it possible for cities and towns to assess and collect a poll tax from all its inhabitants, at the city's option (idiots and lunatics excepted).
HB 216 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute relating to election and qualifications of justices of the peace, insofar as said statute affects Bell county, or any city therein.
HB 217 Caption: Relating to regulating the practice of medicine; prescribing certain duties of district clerks relating to license to practice medicine.
HB 272 Caption: Relating to amending statutes prescribing duties of district clerks relating to license to practice medicine, etc.
HB 310 Caption: Relating to providing an occupation tax on sulphur produced in the State of Texas.
HB 390 Caption: Relating to amending certain act relating to selecting juries of counties with cities of certain population.
HB 391 Caption: Relating to providing for an oath or affirmation of allegiance to be taken by all persons who are teaching or who may hereafter be employed to teach in public or private schools or other institutions of learning in the State of Texas.
HB 558 Caption: Relating to amending statute relating to a State Embalming Board.
38th 2nd Called Session
HB 119 Caption: Relating to providing for the election and qualification of public weighers; providing for bond and oath of office; defining term of office; requiring the county clerk to certify election and qualification to the Commissioner.
HB 159 Caption: Relating to amending certain statutes relating to the regulation, licensing, and bonding of private employment agents so as to exempt from the operation of said bill those agents engaged in the business of securing employment for school teachers.
HB 191 Caption: Relating to requiring lying-in hospitals, wards in hospitals, maternity homes, and other buildings, rooms, and other places owned, kept, conducted, and operated for the reception, care and treatment of pregnant women for compensation to be provided with a proper operating room to be kept in sanitary condition and properly equipped with surgical instruments and appliances.
HB 192 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute so as to provide for sub-registrars to collect birth and death certificates to be forwarded to the county clerk monthly.
HB 193 Caption: Relating to providing for keeping records of marriages and divorces and fees therefor; providing that the State Bureau of Vital Statistics shall keep a record of all marriage licenses issued by them on blanks furnished by the State Board of Health fixing a fee for the same and providing that he shall report monthly to the State Board of Health.
HB 210 Caption: Relating to providing for an occupation tax on coin operated vending machines, such as phonographs, electrical piano, electric battery, graphophone, weighing machine or other machines or instruments where a fee is charged, repealing all laws and parts of laws in conflict therewith.
HB 214 Caption: Relating to providing for the State Board of Health to be composed of 7 licensed physicians, which board will have power to appoint the State Health Officer.
38th 3rd Called Session
HB 18 Caption: Relating to providing for a graduated increase of gross receipts on telephone companies and providing for reports to be made as now provided by law and records preserved.
HB 19 Caption: Relating to vesting the authority in the Tax Commissioner of this State to collect all delinquent occupation tax, and all delinquent franchise taxes, and all delinquent inheritance taxes due and unpaid for and all insolvent taxes and moneys due the State by escheated estates as provided for in Texas law, and from all sources excepting ad valorem taxes due on real estate.
HB 34 Caption: Relating to repealing that portion of the appropriation designated as Vital Statistics, Bureau of Laboratories and Bureau of Communicable Diseases of the appropriation for the Health Department of Texas as provided for in House bill No. 203 passed at the Second Called Session of the Thirty-eighth Legislature.
HB 38 Caption: Relating to occupation taxes on manufacturers or distributors at wholesale of bottled beer, coca cola, soda water or other bottled soft drinks.
HB 48 Caption: Relating to occupation taxes on manufacturers or distributors at wholesale of bottled beer, coca cola, soda water or other bottled soft drinks; also on manufacturers or distributors at wholesale of such bottled beverages when the same contain 5 percent or more of any substitute for sugar, such as saccharin or artificial sweeteners.
36th Regular Session
HB 638 Caption: Relating to conferring certain powers upon the commissioners courts of Bell county of this State and authorizing said court under such regulations as they may prescribe, to appropriate and use any sum or sums of money not exceeding three thousand ($3000.00) dollars per year, out of the general fund of Bell county for farmers cooperative demonstration work in their respective counties along the same lines as this work is or may be conducted by the United States Department of Agriculture, and prescribing that they may conduct such work jointly in their respective counties with agents and representatives of the United States department of Agriculture upon such terms and conditions as may be agreed upon between the agents of the Department of Agriculture and the commissioners court.
36th 2nd Called Session
HB 170 Caption: Relating to the creation of the Academy Consolidated Independent School District out of certain districts in Bell County.
HB 200 Caption: Relating to authorizing Ms. A.V. Gillett to inherit the property that belonged to Frank B. Gillett at the time of his death.
36th 3rd Called Session
HB 139 Caption: Relating to amending the Act creating the Academy Consolidated Independent School District in Bell County.