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Legislation authored by Franklin Oliver Fuller

Includes legislation with Franklin Oliver Fuller as the primary author for the 30th 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 838 Caption: Relating to creating the Shepherd Independent School District in San Jacinto county, Texas, including therein the major part of the territory of the present Shepherd Independent School District and certain other territory in San Jacinto county.
35th 3rd Called Session
HB 59 Caption: Relating to creating a joint legislative investigating committee.
34th Regular Session
HB 117 Caption: Relating to empowering the Railroad Commission of Texas to require any railway company or receiver owning or operating any line of railroad to acquire and install in a road bed or track such ties, rails, ballast and other material as may be adequate and necessary to lay such in a safe condition to enable the transport of freight and passengers; prescribing penalties.
HB 454 Caption: Relating to amending a certain Statute relating to the collection of assessments by mutual assessment accident insurance companies.
HB 661 Caption: Relatilng to amending a local and special law relating to the road system of San Jacinto County, Texas, so as to define the compensation and duties of road commissioners.
HB 663 Caption: Relating to creating the Shepherd Independent School District in San Jacinto County, Texas, and defining its boundaries.
33rd Regular Session
HB 47 Caption: Relating to providing for the printing, binding, publication and sale of the reports of the decisions of the Supreme Court, Court of Criminal Appeals, and Courts of Civil Appeals of the State of Texas.
HB 82 Caption: Relating to amending sections of an Act creating a special road law for Polk County, Special Laws of 1909, so as to allow additional pay for teams and drivers, to provide additional pay for county superintendent of public roads.
HB 233 Caption: Relating to creating a more efficient road system for San Jacinto County, Texas, making the county commissioners of said county ex-officio road commissioners, and prescribing for their compensation for agents or deputies.
HB 238 Caption: Relating to prescribing the rule of evidence in all cases of forgery, providing that is all cases of forgery the state shall proved said instrument substantially as alleged in the indictment, and relieving the state of the necessity of proving said instrument literally and exactly as alleged.
HB 400 Caption: Relating to permitting litigants to except to the granting of new trials in civil cases and to allow time in which bills of exception may be taken to orders granting new trials.
HB 418 Caption: Relating to prohibiting the gift, sale or delivery of intoxicating liquors to any county or state convict except under direction of county health officer or prison physician.
HB 524 Caption: Relating to repealing all laws and parts of laws in conflict with the latest enactment of any law by the Legislature.
HB 573 Caption: Relating to amending the Code of Criminal Procedure relating to allowing travel expenses for certain court appearances.
HB 691 Caption: Relating to preventing filing on as part of the public domain, surveying and issuing patents to land in conflict with titled or patented land, and to provide a penalty.
HB 888 Caption: Relating to permitting L.A. Eastham to institute and prosecute a suit in the District Court of Walker County against the State of Texas and against the Prison Commission for damages for any breaches or failures arising out of the contract made on or about the 12th day of January, 1910 with the Texas State Penitentiaries for the cultivation of the farm of said Eastham with convict labor.
HB 889 Caption: Relating to permitting T.A. Eastham, Duncan Eastham and Luther Eastham, Jr. as executors of the will of Mrs. Delha Eastham, deceased, to institute and prosecute suit in the District Court of Walker County against the State of Texas and the Prison Commission relating to a contract for the cultivation with convict labor of the farm of Delha Eastham in Houston County.
33rd 1st Called Session
HB 16 Caption: Relating to making it an offense punishable by confinement in the penitentiary for any person in this State to represent in any capacity or to transact business for any foreign corporation, where such foreign corporation has not under the law of this State been granted a permit to do business herein.
HB 48 Caption: Relating to making it an offense punishable by confinement in the penitentiary for any person to represent in any capacity or transact business for any foreign corporation, where such foreign corporation has not under the law of this state been granted a permit to do business herein; and providing that this act shall not apply to an attorney representing such corporations in any court.
31st Regular Session
HB 13 Caption: Relating to amending Article 3142, and to repealing Articles 3143 and 3144 of Chapter One, Title LXII of the Revised Statutes of 1895, relating to exemption from jury service.
HB 14 Caption: Relating to the qualification of jurors by amending Article 3139 of Chapter 1, Title LXII of the Revised Statutes of Texas of 1895.
HB 15 Caption: Relating to conferring upon the County Court of San Augustine county the civil and criminal jurisdiction heretofore belonging to said court under the Constitution and general statutues of the State of Texas; to define the jurisdiction of said court.
HB 135 Caption: Relating to amending Article 1407, Chapter 19, Title XXX, Revised Civil Statutes of Texas, 1895, relative to appeal bonds on any appeal or writ of error.
HB 155 Caption: Relating to amending Article 1670, Chapter 16, of Title XXXIII, Revised Civil Statutes of Texas, 1895, relative to appeal bond from a justice court.
HB 202 Caption: Relating to regulating and fixing the passenger fare on all railroads in the State and providing for the redemption of all tickets sold by such companies, and prescribing penalties.
HB 215 Caption: Relating to amending Article 199, Chapter 2, Title 7 of the Penal Code, and to insert in said Chapter 2, immediately following said Article 199, an article to be designated and known as Article 199a, as amended by the act the punishment shall be double that prescribed.
HB 255 Caption: Relating to amending Article 1119, Chapter Four, Title XVIII (18) of the Revised Statutes, by inserting in said chapter Four, immediately following said article an article providing for the extension of the time of the regular session of the various District Courts of the State.
31st 1st Called Session
HB 17 Caption: Relating to amending Article 1407, Chapter 19 of Title XXX, Revised Civil Statutes of Texas, as amended by the Twenty-fifth Legislature of the State of Texas relative to appeal bond on any appeal or writ of error.
30th Regular Session
HB 51 Caption: Relating to prohibiting the agents or employees of express companies, railroad companies, steamboat companies or transportation companies to deliver to the consignee or any one package of whiskey, wine, vinous, malt or intoxicating liquors, unless such package is accompanied by the original order, and providing a penalty therefor.
HB 97 Caption: Relating to admitting persons to bail or recognizance pending an appeal in all criminal cases where the penalty does not exceed ten years in the penitentiary.
HB 122 Caption: Relating to authorizing sheriffs or other peace officers to take bail bonds in all felony cases less than capital.
HB 123 Caption: Relating to requiring each person rendering a list of taxable property to state its fair, just and reasonable commercial value.
HB 163 Caption: Relating to requiring telegraph and telephone companies operating and doing business in this State to receive and transmit each others messages, and providing a penalty for failure or refusal to receive and transmit each others messages.
HB 188 Caption: Relating to providing for teaching in the public schools of Texas the modes by which the dangerous communicable diseases are spread, and the best methods for the restriction and prevention of such diseases.
HB 248 Caption: Relating to authorizing judges of the District courts of the State of Texas, either in term time or vacation, at their own discretion, to release defendants and parties accused and held for crime other than capital on their own recognizance before a final trial is had, and providing a penalty for the forfeiture of such recognizance.
HB 385 Caption: Relating to providing for the creation of a State Board of Forestry to investigate the forests of the State for the purpose of determining whether measures should be taken for the preservation of the forest resources, and making an appropriation therefor.
HB 392 Caption: Relating to conferring upon the county court of San Jacinto County the civil and criminal jurisdiction heretofore belonging to said court under the Consitution and general statutes of the State of Texas; to define the jurisdiction of said court.
HB 472 Caption: Relating to providing for the compulsory education of children in this State.
HB 496 Caption: Relating to taxing solicitors of spirituous, vinous, malt or intoxicating liquors in territory and local option districts, where the sale of spirituous, vinous, malt or intoxicating liquors are prohibited by law, providing a penalty.
HB 562 Caption: Relating to providing for the appointment of a competent stenographer to report cases, and making the report of such stenographer, when filed and approved, the statement of facts of the oral evidence in the case.
HB 597 Caption: Relating to authorizing the Governor of Texas, and the Superintendent of Public Buildings and Grounds to expend the sum of one thousand dollars ($1000), or so much thereof as may be necessary in purchasing and having erected a suitable monument of Texas granite over the grave of ex-Governor J. T. Wood, at Point Blank, San Jacinto County, Texas, providing an appropriation therefor.
HB 631 Caption: Relating to creating the Cold Springs Independent School District in San Jacinto County, Texas, and defining its boundaries; providing for the election of a board of trustees thereof and defining their duties, powers and authority.
HB 659 Caption: Relating to abolishing the Fifty-eighth Judicial District, and reorganizing the Sixtieth Judicial District of the State of Texas.
30th 1st Called Session
HB 15 Caption: Relating to requiring telegraph and telephone companies to transmit and transfer each other's messages and to make necessary connections therefor at common points.
HB 25 Caption: Relating to making appropriations for the per diem of members, and per diem of officers and employees of the First Called Session of the Thirtieth Legislature of the State of Texas, convened April 12, 1907, by proclamation of the Governor.
HB 26 Caption: Relating to making an appropriation to defray the contingent expenses of the First Called Session of the Thirtieth Legislature of the State of Texas, convened April 12, 1907, by proclamation of the Governor.