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Legislation authored by James Thomas Sparks

Includes legislation with James Thomas Sparks as the primary author for the 49th through 51st Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.

51st Regular Session
HB 280 Caption: Relating to amending a previous Article, regarding insurance companies investing in certain securities.
HB 281 Caption: Relating to amending an Article in regard to allowing insurance companies to underwrite certain real estate loans.
HB 637 Caption: Relating to creating with the Bureau of Labor Statistics an Industrial Safety Board; providing a saving clause and repealing all acts in conflict herewith.
HB 644 Caption: Relating to providing for the operating expenses of the State Banking Department.
HB 645 Caption: Relating to providing for the method of payment by employer to employee of wages by check of draft; providing a penalty; providing a savings clause.
HB 866 Caption: Relating to amend certain Article relative to Employer's Liability and Workmen's Compensation Law.
50th Regular Session
HB 84 Caption: Relating to amending a previous Act, restricting the amount of annual salaries, compensation, or emolument which may be paid to officers, directors, or trustees of domestic life insurance companies.
HB 866 Caption: Relating to prescribing certain requirements for workmen's safety, vesting in the Commissioner of Labor Statistics supervisory, investigatory, administrative, and enforcement powers; providing certain penalties; providing invalidity of a part shall not invalidate the whole.
49th Regular Session
HB 500 Caption: Relating to providing for the general welfare and to protect the health, efficiency and general well being of members in the state of Texas by providing for the elimination of wage and hour standards detrimental to the health, efficiency and general well being of workers, to prescribe the minimum wage and maximum hour standards; to prescribe penalties for violations of this Act or all orders or regulations of the Commissioner of Labor Statistics authorized hereunder; and to repeal such laws or parts of laws as are specifically provided for in this Act.
HB 700 Caption: Relating to providing annuities payable by the State of Texas to certain citizens over sixty years of age or blind or physically disabled; prescribing penalties for violations of this Act.