Includes legislation with William Gipson Blackmon as the primary author for the 34th through 35th 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.
|35th Regular Session|
|HB 535||Caption: Relating to directing the State Superintendent of Public Instruction to require of county judges, county, city, and town superintendents and treasurers and depositories of school boards and other school officers certain reports relating to school funds and school affairs; providing a penalty.|
|HB 542||Caption: Relating to amending an Act so as to increase the compensation allowed to county commissioners of Jones and Taylor counties when acting as road commissioners.|
|HB 568||Caption: Relating to the misapplication, etc., of school funds by depositors and treasurers of any school district; prescribing a penalty.|
|HB 678||Caption: Relating to providing for the selection of treasurers of school funds in certain districts and prescribing the requisites of their bonds.|
|HB 735||Caption: Relating to amending the law creating Hamlin Independent School District in Jones County, Texas by including additional territory and re-establishing the meter and bounds.|
|35th 4th Called Session|
|HB 18||Caption: Relating to authorizing counties, acting though their commissioners' courts, to purchase seed to be planted on farms in such counties by residents thereof, who are poor and unable to procure same and to purchase feed for the work stock of such residents, and prescribing the terms and conditions, rules and regulations, by which such seed and feed will be furnished said residents of the counties who are poor and unable to procure the same; making an appropriation for carrying out the purposes of this Act, in the sum of two million dollars; relating to defining and creating certain offenses for violations of the terms of this Act, and providing punishment thereof.|
|HB 113||Caption: Relating to authorizing the Commissioners Court to purchase poisons and other accessories for the purpose of destroying prairie dogs, rats, coyotes, wolves, wild cats, gophers, ground squirrels, English sparrows and ravens.|