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Legislation authored by Don Cavness

Includes legislation with Don Cavness as the primary author for the 58th through 63rd Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.

63rd Regular Session
HB 63 Last Action: Laid on the table subject to call
Caption: Declaring the policy of this State and the purpose of this Act to safeguard the air resources of the state from pollution; providing for tax exemption; authorizing each city, town, village, county, and conservation district, including each river authority, to acquire, construct and improve or cause to be acquired, constructed and improved air control facilities, acquire interests in land and enter into leases or other contracts with persons whereby such person shall use and/or acquire such air control facilities; authorizing each to issue, sell and deliver revenue bonds to provide funds for such purposes; prescribing the terms of such bonds; providing for such bonds to be issued in one or more series; authorizing the issuer to fix and from time to time revise payments under leases and other contracts for use or acquisition of the facilities of the issuer; making provisions in the event of default or threatened default in the payment of such bonds; providing that such bonds shall be special obligations of the issuer; authorizing the refunding of such bonds; authorizing the securing of such bonds by trust indentures; providing for the approval of such bonds and leases or other contracts by the Attorney General; making such bonds, leases and other contracts incontestable; providing that such bonds shall be legal investments and eligible to secure public deposits; providing for surety and performance bonds and other matters pertaining to letting of contracts; providing for certification by Texas Air Control Board; providing that this law shall be cumulative of existing laws; providing for severability; making other provisions in the premises; and declaring an emergency.
HB 64 Last Action: Signed by the Governor
Caption: Providing that insurers shall not issue or renew motor vehicle insurance policies at premium rates greater or lesser than those rates promulgated by the Board as just, reasonable, adequate and not excessive for the risks to which they respectively apply, with certain exceptions; providing the procedures whereby insurers may obtain Board approval to write motor vehicles insurance at rates and classifications different from those promulgated by the Board; setting up procedures for the revocation, suspension, and automatic termination of such approved lesser or greater rates; relating to approval or denial of rate applications and use or rates; containing a severability clause; providing for the resolution of ambiguities and conflicts; providing for control of conflicts with other laws; and declaring an emergency.
HB 101 Last Action: Notice given
Caption: Relating to the exemption of certain students from Nicaragua from tuition payments at state-supported institutions of higher education; amending Section 54.207, Texas Education Code, by adding Subsection (f); and declaring an emergency.
HB 216 Last Action: Committee hearing notice posted
Caption: Relating to contributions and benefits for certain firemen.
HB 462 Last Action: Referred to subcommittee
Caption: Relating to voter registering; defining criminal offense in connection with a voter's having more than one current registration.
HB 481 Last Action: Referred to Committee on State Affairs
Caption: Relating to the disposition of moneys received as royalties, bonuses, and rentals under a lease of lands which are part of the permanent school fund for exploration and development of mineral reserves.
HB 512 Last Action: Commitee substitute
Caption: Requiring the licensing, inspecting, and regulation of medical care facilities; providing for certificates of need; providing for regulations, enforcement procedures, and penalties for the violation thereof; and repealing acts inconsistent therewith; providing a severability clause.
HB 531 Last Action: Laid on the table subject to call
Caption: Relating to eliminating the requirement that expenditures from the Special Game and Fish Fund must be based on verified vouchers.
HB 532 Last Action: Laid on the table subject to call
Caption: Relating to allocating certain unrefunded motor fuel tax receipts from motorboat fuels to the special boat fund; providing for uses for the special boat fund; providing for a transfer of funds.
HB 641 Last Action: Referred to subcommittee
Caption: Relating to authorizing the comptroller to require payments of the Limited Sales, Excise and Use Tax monthly in certain circumstances.
HB 691 Last Action: Referred to subcommittee
Caption: Creating the Occupational Safety Board; defining terms; declaring policies and coverage of the Act; providing for membership on the board and their renumeration, and for employees and representatives of the board; prescribing duties and powers of the board and of its representatives and of those affected by the Act; providing responsibilities, criteria, procedures, privileges, penalties, and appeals incident to enforcement of the Act; making other provisions relating to occupational safety; providing a severability clause; and declaring as emergency.
HB 699 Last Action: Signed by the Governor
Caption: Appropriating funds to the Texas Board of Examiners in the Fitting and Dispensing of Hearing Aids out of Fund Number 87; and declaring an emergency.
HB 908 Last Action: Subcommittee hearing date
Caption: Relating to workmen's compensation law.
HB 993 Last Action: Considered in public hearing
Caption: Relating to the membership of the board of directors of certain foreign corporations and holding companies which own certain interests in insurance companies authorized to operate in Texas.
HB 1071 Last Action: Referred to Committee on Insurance
Caption: Providing for an expanded Assigned Risk Plan for automobile insurance and for the equitable pooling or apportionment of the risks.
HB 1130 Last Action: Referred to subcommittee
Caption: Relating to the creation of county mutual insurance companies.
HB 1165 Last Action: Vetoed by the Governor
Caption: Relating to tax exemptions for certain property of certain corporations providing homes for elderly persons or handicapped persons.
HB 1176 Last Action: Subcommittee hearing date
Caption: Relating to farm mutual insurance companies and those insurers considered as farm mutual insurance companies; providing for no unconstitutional application, providing a severability clause.
HB 1179 Last Action: Signed by the Governor
Caption: Relating to the bond for State taxes given by county tax assessor-collectors.
HB 1204 Last Action: Signed by the Governor
Caption: Relating to the regulation and registration of architects.
HB 1386 Last Action: Referred to Committee on Labor
Caption: Relating to membership, service, funding and benefits under the Employees Retirement System of Texas; providing an effective date; providing a savings clause; repealing conflicting laws.
HB 1465 Last Action: Referred to subcommittee
Caption: Relating to the time limitation within which certain actions must be brought against general contractors.
HB 1466 Last Action: Referred to Committee on Labor
Caption: Providing a procedure whereby members of the Judicial, Teachers and Employees Retirement Systems of Texas with service in two or more classes of membership in such Retirement Systems may establish creditable service; providing for payment of member and State contribution; providing proportionate service retirement benefits for members with qualified total service by each System; prohibiting the use of funds of any State Retirement System for the payment of benefits in any other System; providing an effective date; providing a savings clause; repealing conflicting laws.
HB 1667 Last Action: Signed by the Governor
Caption: Authorizing the governing body of any hospital authority created as provided in the Hospital Authority Act or the County Hospital Authority Act, to lease to any person any hospital, or part thereof, owned by said hospital authority, to be operated as a hospital by the lessee under such terms and conditions as may be satisfactory to the governing body and the lessee; authorizing any such governing body to enter into an agreement with any person for the management and/or operation of any hospital, or part thereof, owned by said hospital authority under such terms and conditions as may be satisfactory to the governing body and the other contracting party or parties; defining the word person; providing for the authorization and execution of the lease or agreement; and declaring an emergency.
HB 1748 Last Action: Referred to Committee on State Affairs
Caption: Relating to the presumption of date of death according to a relating certificate of death issued by the armed services; and declarin death servides.
HCR 34 Last Action: Filed without Governor's signature
Caption: Directing the State Highway Department to study the feasibility of acquiring a certain property.
HCR 75 Last Action: Signed by the Governor
Caption: Granting permission to Robert D. Hejl to sue the State of Texas and the Texas Department of Health.
HCR 104 Last Action: Referred to Committee on Rules
Caption: Commending Mrs. Margarette Bortel for her many outstanding accomplishments and for her invaluable contribution to the profession of cosmetology and the people of this state.
HCR 153 Last Action: Signed by the Governor
Caption: Honoring the returning POW's on May 1, 1973, at 1:30 P.M., with a joint session.
HCR 154 Last Action: Signed by the Governor
Caption: Commending All Americans who served in Southeast Asia and commending them for their service to their country and for the principles of freedom.
HCR 162 Last Action: Filed without Governor's signature
Caption: Requesting the Legislative Budget Board to provide research, analysis, and continuing studies on revenue and taxation matters for the State of Texas, and to make recommendations to the Legislature for needed revisions in existing tax laws and estimates of possible revenues available from proposed new or revised revenue measures.
HCR 202 Last Action: Referred to Committee on Rules
Caption: To establish a pilot program to explore needs for new technology and problem solving approaches, identify opportunities arisin from new developments in science and technology which have potential benefits for the State and its citizens and facilitate initiation of demonstration projects to the extent practicable to be conducted by the Governor's office of the State of Texas with assistance from the Joint Council on State-University Relations and other organizations and individuals as appropriate.
HJR 24 Last Action: Referred to Committee on State Affairs
Caption: Proposing an amendment of the Texas Constitution relating to classification of proceeds from leases and royalties of public school lands and lands which are a part of the permanent school fund.
HR 14 Caption: Granting permission to the Boy Scouts of America to use the Hall of the House.
HR 69 Caption: Amending the House Rules concerning the Speaker Pro Tempore.
HR 70 Caption: Requesting the House Administration Committee to determine feasibility of altering the voting machine.
62nd Regular Session
HB 58 Caption: Relating to the issuance of permits for and the regulation of mass gatherings; providing a penalty for violations.
HB 59 Caption: Relating to the disposition of moneys received as royalties, bonuses, or rentals under a lease of lands which are part of the permanent school fund for exploration and development of mineral reserves.
HB 63 Caption: Relating to the appointment and terms of office of members of the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists.
HB 73 Caption: Relating to making it unlawful to drive a vehicle over a sidewalk or through a driveway, parking lot, or business or residential entrance for the purpose of making either a right or a left turn from one street or highway to another street or highway.
HB 74 Caption: Relating to cancelling or releasing any future revisionary right and interest which the State of Texas may hold and conveying and granting the Austin Independent School District all right, title, and interest of the State of Texas in and to property in the Original City of Austin.
HB 75 Caption: Relating to the use of county employees and equipment to construct, maintain, and improve private roads in certain counties,
HB 143 Caption: Relating to the Firemen's Relief and Retirement Fund in certain cities.
HB 208 Caption: Relating to trepass without consent on private property.
HB 216 Caption: Relating to creating a Texas Surplus Property Agency and prescribing its power, duties, functions, finances, and procedures.
HB 261 Caption: Relating to providing for the establishment of presumptive limits of blood alcohol in a person's blood, urine, breath, or other bodily substances in certain criminal proceedings.
HB 302 Caption: Relating to compilation of delinquent tax records and payment of fees for services in connection therewith.
HB 367 Caption: Relating to amending the Insurance Code of Texas; providing a complete competitive rating system for private passenger automobiles, providing an effective date.
HB 468 Caption: Relating to the commissioning and classification of peace officers.
HB 469 Caption: Relating to the imposition, collection, and disposition of a documentary stamp tax.
HB 532 Caption: Relating to more specifically to specify that licensed dealers and buyers therefrom may transport their unregistered vehicles by certain methods and under specific conditions.
HB 581 Caption: Relating to making a supplemental appropriation to the Board of Architectural Examiners; increasing the salary of the Executive Secretary.
HB 643 Caption: Relating to the State Board of Dental Examiners and the practice of dentistry and dental hygiene in this state; providing that certain acts relating to prescribing and use of drugs are unlawful and subject to penalties.
HB 644 Caption: Relating to the rule-making authority of the State Board of Dental Examiners; providing for the licensing of dental laboratories; providing penalties.
HB 674 Caption: Relating to authorizing Community Centers for Mental Health and Mental Retardation Services to purchase drugs and medicines through the Board of Control.
HB 759 Caption: Relating to restrictions on loads of motor vehicles transporting dirt, sand, gravel, wood chips, certain agricultural products, or certain other loose materials with certain exceptions; providing a penalty.
HB 851 Caption: Relating to the issuance of occupational drivers' licenses.
HB 882 Caption: Relating to providing for requirements for application for licensure by the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners.
HB 925 Caption: Relating to occupational death or disability.
HB 1008 Caption: Relating tothe creation of the Building Materials and Systems Testing Laboratory.
HB 1122 Caption: Relating to permitting extensions of the term of oil and gas leases issued by the commissioner of the general land office for no more than 390 days.
HB 1193 Caption: Relating to the assessment of property and casualty insurers for the protection of the policyholders and claimants of impaired property and casualty insurers.
HB 1194 Caption: Relating to the assessment of life, health, accident, and group hospital service insurers for the protection of persons entitled to policy benefits of impaired life, health, accident, and group hospital service insurers.
HB 1231 Caption: Relating to amending Texas Clean Air Act, relating to inspection and enforcement by local governments.
HB 1232 Caption: Relating to removing the requirement that no child living within the city limits of a city having a public transportation system may be eligible for transportation to school at state expense unless he resides more than two miles from the transportation service.
HB 1331 Caption: Relating to authorizing the regulation of the disposal of sewage which is disposed of by methods othen than by means of disposal systems operated under a permit issued by the Texas Water Quality Board.
HB 1457 Caption: Relating to providing Group Life, Accident and Health Insurance and Benefits coverages on employees of the State of Texas.
HB 1674 Caption: Relating to time for payment and the requirement of a surety bond to secure payment by distributors for cigarette stamps and meter settings and amending the cigarette tax law discount rate.
HB 1723 Caption: Relating to sanctions against certain permittees of licensees under the Texas Liquor Control Act who sell alcoholic beverages to minors.
HCR 4 Caption: Providing for Joint Committees of the House and Senate to arrange for canvass of votes cast for Governor-elect and Lieutenant Governor-elect at the General Election and to make inaugural arrangements.
HCR 78 Caption: Concerning parking area and building access on the Capitol Grounds primarily for handicapped and disabled citizens.
HCR 117 Caption: Congratulating Vicki White, Texas Junior Miss.
HCR 131 Caption: Creating an interim committee on the study of land use and environmental control.
HJR 7 Caption: Proposing an amendment to Sections 2 and 5, Article VII, Constitution of the State of Texas, relating to the classification of proceeds and leases and royalties of public school lands and lands which are a part of the permanent school funds.
HR 62 Caption: Expressing appreciation to Governor John Bell Williams of Mississippi.
HR 74 Caption: Congratulating Hugh C. Yantis, Jr.
HR 151 Caption: Congratulating the University of Texas Longhorn football team.
HR 163 Caption: Extending best wishes to Sergeant at Arms Walter W. Schaefer.
HR 204 Caption: Creating the General Investigating Committee of the House of Representatives.
HR 214 Caption: Naming Laura Elizabeth Finck Mascot of the House.
HR 416 Caption: Expressing support of May 1 as Loyalty Day.
HR 521 Caption: Commending House Office Committee members.
HR 596 Caption: Congratulating the newly elected mayor and city council members of Austin.
HR 611 Caption: Creating an interim committee on dental care.
HR 615 Caption: Directing the Texas Legislative Council to conduct a study on taxation of mobile homes.
62nd 2nd Called Session
HCR 10 Caption: In memory of Edmunds Travis.
62nd 3rd Called Session
HCR 16 Caption: Commending the National Exchange Club for its Freedom Shrine program and providing for installation of a Freedom Shrine in the Capitol Complex area.
HCR 43 Caption: Providing for sine die adjournment of the Third Called Session of the 62nd Legislature.
HR 54 Caption: Amending the House Rules concerning appropriation bills.
HR 55 Caption: Congratulating Eddie Phillips and designating him as "Texas Ambassador of Good Will and Sportsmanship."
HR 115 Caption: Memorializing Congress to prevent the Department of Health, Education and Welfare from jeopardizing financial assistance and medical assistance programs in Texas.
62nd 4th Called Session
HB 5 Caption: Relating to competitive premium rates and rate making authority for all lines of insurance except those specified.
HB 7 Caption: Relating to a competitive rating system for motor vehicle or automobile insurance, fire insurance, and allied lines, and multi-peril policies of insurance.
HB 39 Caption: Relating to authorizing each city, town, village, county or conservation district, including each river authority, to acquire, construct and improve or cause to be acquired, constructed and improved, air control facilities, acquire interest in land and enter into leases and other contracts with persons whereby such persons shall use and or acquire such air control facilities.
HB 40 Caption: Relating to appropriating money to The University of Texas System for The University of Texas Medical School at Houston and to the Texas Tech University School of Medicine at Lubbock for construction of facilities.
HCR 11 Caption: In memory of Homer Thomas Wilson "Wick" Fowler.
61st Regular Session
HB 26 Caption: Relating to authorizing and regulating the use and performing of chemical tests under certain conditions on motor vehicle drivers to determine intoxication.
HB 27 Caption: Relating to repealing Subsection (C), Section 6, Chapter 727, Acts of the 60th Legislature, Regular Session, 1967 (Article 4477-5, Vernon's Texas Civil Statutes); relating to control of air pollution.
HB 28 Caption: Relating to allowance for service retirement; amending various sections of H.B. 902 Regular Session, 58th Legislature; providing an effective date; repealing laws in conflict therewith; providing a savings clause.
HB 98 Caption: Relating to amending, revising, and rearranging the Clean Air Act of Texas, 1967 to improve the structure of the Act and to provide for more effective control of the quality of the air resources in this state; preserving the terms of office of current appointed board members; providing for severability; providing for a savings clause.
HB 123 Caption: Relating to the carrying or using of bows, crossbows, firearms or other weapons on lands owned by the Lower Colorado River Authority.
HB 151 Caption: Relating to exempting from taxation property owned by a nonprofit corporation providing certain nursing care and certain housing for the low-income elderly, and involved in various research programs for the elderly; providing for severability.
HB 162 Caption: Relating to repealing certain Acts relating to the requirement of courses in Government or Political Science for a baccalaureate degree or academic certificate or for a certification to teach in the public schools of this state; repealing certain Acts relating to the requirement of American History or its equivalent in Texas History for a baccalaureate degree or academic certificate from a college or university receiving state support or aid; providing for an effective date.
HB 232 Caption: Relating to the disposition of moneys received as royalties, bonuses, and rentals under a lease of lands which are part of the permanent school fund for exploration and development of mineral reserves.
HB 286 Caption: Relating to amending the Penal Code to include an attempt to obtain any dangerous drug over the telephone or by forging prescriptions as a prohibited act; providing a penalty for violation of any provision of the Act; providing an increased penalty for subsequent convictions.
HB 340 Caption: Relating to establishing and providing a special facility for the mentally ill and mentally retarded; regulating and providing for the operation of same.
HB 364 Caption: Relating to amending articles of the Revised Civil Statutes and Revised Penal Code of Texas relating to regulating the dental profession; providing for severance; repealing all laws in conflict.
HB 371 Caption: Relating to contracts for construction equipment and work to be used in disaster relief under the Texas Civil Protection Act of 1951; providing immunity for contractors engaged in disaster relief work from liability for certain damages.
HB 515 Caption: Relating to amending the Insurance Code of 1951 so as to permit the licensing of corporations as local recording agents.
HB 516 Caption: Relating to amending and revising enumerated sections of the laws of Texas relating to architects and the practice of architecture.
HB 517 Caption: Relating to the District Attorney of the 53rd Judicial District; providing for Assistants and office personnel; providing for salaries.
HB 611 Caption: Relating to the accounting of and responsibility for state property.
HB 702 Caption: Relating to authorizing the Board of Regents of The University of Texas System to acquire by purchase, exchange, gift, or otherwise certain properties, to sell, exchange, give, or otherwise convey those properties to the Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation.
HB 882 Caption: Relating to creating the position of Deputy Commissioner for Administrative Services in the Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation and prescribing his qualifications, powers and duties.
HB 945 Caption: Relating to the dedication and disposition of the proceeds of the sale, lease, or rental of certain underwater lands, including the beds of the Gulf of Mexico, bays, inlets, rivers, and lakes.
HB 1199 Caption: Relating to amending the Texas Business Corporation Act to provide for the authorization of a corporation to indemnify any person who is or was a director, officer, employee, or agent of the Corporation and any person who is or was serving at the request of the Corporation as a director, officer, employee, or agent of another Corporation, partnership, joint venture, trust, or enterprise for expenses, judgments, fines, and amounts paid in settlement where such person acted in good faith and in a manner he reasonably believed to be in, or not opposed to, the best interests of the Corporation, and with respect to any criminal action or proceeding, and no reasonable cause to believe his conduct unlawful, etc.
HB 1245 Caption: Relating to the purchase and maintenance of certain insurance coverage for and on behalf of employees of State Colleges and Universities.
HB 1326 Caption: Relating to the types of facilities subject to licensing.
HJR 15 Caption: Relating to proposing a constitutional amendment reconstituting the State Building Commission as a three-member appointive commission.
HJR 56 Caption: Relating to proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the classification of proceeds from leases and royalties of public school lands and lands which are a part of the permanent school fund.
61st 1st Called Session
HB 70 Caption: Relating to certain exemptions from the definition of dentistry.
61st 2nd Called Session
HB 80 Caption: Relating to terms of members of the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists.
60th Regular Session
HB 110 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute in order to eliminate the requirement that a contract bidder file an antitrust affidavit each time he submits a contract bid and to require a bidder to file, and to renew, the affidavit with his bid list application.
HB 111 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute so as to eliminate the affidavit requirement on sellers of merchandise.
HB 135 Caption: Relating to authorizing the Board of Regents of The University of Texas System to deposit in an appropriate university account all funds received as administrative fees or charges for services rendered to trust estates and to use such funds for educational purposes.
HB 244 Caption: Relating to abolishing forfeiture of sport hunting and fishing licenses as a part of the penalty for violating game and fish laws.
HB 362 Caption: Relating to amending certain statutes so as to require certification in lieu of verification by affidavit to the correctness of claims against the state; providing penalties for making false certificates; providing a repealing clause; providing a severability clause.
HB 369 Caption: Relating to amending certain acts so as to provide for supervisor units for approved exceptional children education programs, prescribing the formula for the allocation of such exceptional children supervisor unit(s) and by reference the applicable minimum salary schedule; providing for an effective date of this Act.
HB 588 Caption: Relating to establishing the Texas Air Control Board; providing penalties.
HB 591 Caption: Relating to providing for a non-compulsory, voluntary summer school program operation by public free school districts; providing for this Act to become effective for the school year 1967-68 and thereafter.
HB 665 Caption: Relating to amending certain statutes providing for an increase in the fees for the filing of delayed certificates of birth; for certified copies of vital records issued by the State Registrar and for searching the files of the State Bureau of Vital Statistics; for the filing of new birth certificates based on adoption, legitimation, and paternity determination; and for the filing of amendments to birth certificates based on court orders of change of name; providing an effective date.
HB 876 Caption: Relating to providing for the completion of the State Finance Building, providing funds for such purpose.
HB 877 Caption: Relating to the improvement, maintenance, and repair of certain roads in Williamson County near the Travis County line.
HB 913 Caption: Relating to the establishment by the Board of Regents of The University of Texas of a medical branch of The University of Texas within the County of Travis, State of Texas, to be known as The University of Texas Medical School at Austin.
HJR 10 Caption: Ratifying the proposed amendment to the Constitution of the United States relating to succession to the Presidency and Vice Presidency and to cases where the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office.
60th 1st Called Session
HB 11 Caption: Relating to authorizing and regulating the use of chemical tests on motor vehicle drivers to determine intoxication; providing an effective date.
59th Regular Session
HB 37 Caption: Relating to methods and procedures for planning, design and construction of State buildings; vesting certain powers and duties in the State Building Commission; providing for an effective date.
HB 268 Caption: Relating to amending certain acts providing a distinction between crippled children and needy children.
HB 269 Caption: Relating to professional sanitarians; providing a penalty.
HB 270 Caption: Relating to amending certain acts by providing for the transfer from the Comptroller and his authorized representatives to the Division of Weights and Measures of the Department of Agriculture, State of Texas of the function of measuring, calibrating, and determining the capacity in gallons of any vehicle tank or other container in which motor fuels, blending materials, liquefied gases and liquid fuels are transported.
HB 305 Caption: Relating to amending certain acts to allow taking of catfish with spear gun and spear or bow and arrow.
HB 362 Caption: Relating to creating the Texas Air Control Board, Clean Air Act of Texas.
HB 381 Caption: Relating to amending certain statutes requiring registration of licensed physicians, providing annual registration fee.
HB 392 Caption: Relating to amending the Healing Art Identification Act, to provide the identification which shall be used by persons licensed to practice the healing art by the State Board of Chiropody Examiners.
HB 489 Caption: Relating to authorizing the payment of reasonable fees and charges to The University of Texas for services rendered by members of the staff of said University to the Texas Highway Department and for equipment and materials necessary for research and experimentation in all phases of highway activity.
HB 494 Caption: Relating to amending certain Acts by authorizing per diem for each member of the Texas Commission on Alcoholism in the amount of Twenty Dollars ($20) for each day of attendance.
HB 501 Caption: Relating to changing the name of the "Texas Confederate Home for Men" to the "Austin State Hospital Annex" and providing for its management, operation and function.
HB 547 Caption: Relating to amending certain acts by providing for more representative members of the Council to include representatives of non-governmental organizations, and of public agencies concerned with the operation, construction, or utilization of hospitals.
HB 850 Caption: Related to authorizing the Board of Regents of The University of Texas to acquire by purchase or otherwise any and all interests in and to certain properties in Travis County, Texas, described in the deed from George W. Brackenridge to The University of Texas, dated June 17, 1910.
HB 917 Caption: Relating to reconstituting the State Board of Control as the Board of Administrative Services.
HB 1048 Caption: Relating to amending certain acts by providing for the sale of oil and gas on University lands either at public auction or by sealed bids as determined by the Board for Lease of University Lands; authorizing rules and regulations.
HB 1166 Caption: Relating to permitting certain moneys appropriated to the several Departments and Agencies for classified salaries and wages, to be used for the purpose of granting merit salary increases.
HJR 41 Caption: Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Texas reconstituting the membership of the State Building Commission.
HJR 60 Caption: Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Texas to abolish all State ad valorem taxes on property in accordance with a specified schedule of gradual withdrawal by the State of Texas from the ad valorem tax field; to provide for the creation of a trust fund (known as The Reserve Fund) for the benefit of widows of Confederate veterans and eligible former Texas Rangers and their widows and mortuary claims by transferring the sum of two million dollars from the General Revenue Fund to The Reserve Fund, vesting administration of such fund in The Employees Retirement System of Texas.
58th Regular Session
HB 102 Caption: Relating to providing for the orderly planning, construction and inspection of buildings constructed by the state; providing an effective date.
HB 265 Caption: Relating to the Texas Commission on Alcoholism and the commitment and treatment of alcoholics.
HB 328 Caption: Relating to providing for the protection and policing of the Capitol, Governor's Mansion, State Office Buildings and the grounds thereof; providing penalties.
HB 333 Caption: Relating to amending the Healing Art Identification Act to provide the identification which shall be used by persons licensed to practice the healing art by the State Board of Chiropody Examiners.
HB 334 Caption: Relating to providing the qualifications for eligibility to take examinations for license to practice chiropody in the State of Texas.
HB 450 Caption: Relating to creating a County Court at Law No. 1 of Travis County, Texas, in lieu of the present County Court at Law of Travis County.
HB 551 Caption: Relating to re-employment of retired auxiliary school employees; providing that they may be employed on a substitute basis for a period not to exceed eighty (80) days in any one school year; providing a penalty for employment in excess of eighty (80) days.
HB 552 Caption: Relating to grounds for revoking, cancelling or suspending permits to dispense drugs and medicines issued by the Texas State Board of Pharmacy; setting certain fees.
HB 708 Caption: Relating to amending the Insurance Code to authorize any city, town, or village to pay all or any portion of the premiums for certain group insurance contracts covering its employees.
HB 946 Caption: Relating to allowing taking of catfish with spear gun and spear or bow and arrow.
HB 1006 Caption: Relating to requiring registration for wholesalers and distributors of drugs and medicines with the Commissioner of Health; providing for the revocation, cancellation, or suspension of such registration; setting certain fees; providing penalties for violation of the Act.
HB 1012 Caption: Relating to changing the name of the institution now referred to as the "Texas Confederate Home for Men" or as the "Confederate Home" to the "Central Texas State Hospital"; providing an effective date.
HJR 8 Caption: Relating to proposing a constitutional amendment establishing certain requirements relative to the enactment of laws affecting particular conservation and reclamation districts.
HJR 25 Caption: Relating to proposing a constitutional amendment providing for the repealing requiring the approval of printing contracts by the Governor, Secretary of State and Comptroller.