Includes legislation with Samuel Houston German as the primary author for the 31st through 32nd 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.
|32nd Regular Session|
|HB 24||Caption: Relating to defining what shall be a full crew on trains; imposing a penalty.|
|HB 98||Caption: Relating to prohibiting any corporation or individual supervising work by or for the state or any municipality therein from requiring any worker to remain on duty for more than eight hours in any consecutive twenty-four hour period except in certain cases; providing a penalty.|
|HB 187||Caption: Relating to the erection of a monument over the remains of Governor George T. Wood in San Jacinto County, Texas.|
|31st Regular Session|
|HB 148||Caption: Relating to amending Article 2466, Title XLV, Chapter 3, of the Revised Civil Statutes, relative to compensation of county judge and county commissioners.|
|HB 149||Caption: Relating to amending Article 3343, Title LXVII, relating to limitations of actions for lands held adversely for ten years, prescribing the manner and mode of giving notice of such claim.|
|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.|
|HB 321||Caption: Relating to creating a more efficient road system for Polk County, Texas, making the county commissioners of said county ex officio road commissioners, and prescribing their duties as such, and providing for their compensation as such road commissioners; providing for penalties for the violation of this act.|
|HB 523||Caption: Relating to amending Article 3271, Chapter 1, Title XLV (45) of the Revised Civil Statutes by adding thereto a provision making it lawful for the Legislature to hold a session of as much as three days during each biennial session in the cities of Houston, Galveston, San Antonio, Dallas, Fort Worth, Waco, Livingston, and at such a point in the Panhandle as my be provided by the Representative from the 106th Representative District.|