Includes legislation with Stephen Madison Scott as the primary author for the 36th through 36th 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.
|36th Regular Session|
|HB 35||Caption: Relating to giving to defendant owner and creditors of defendant owner of real estate, sold under execution or order of sale, right to redeem same, fixing the time, terms, period, manner, method, and amount of such redemption; fixing relative rights of junior and senior creditors, judgment creditors and lien holders to redeem property so sold.|
|HB 194||Caption: Relating to amending certain articles providing a penalty for the fraudulent disposition of property on which there is a mortgage or lien of any kind.|
|HB 329||Caption: Relating to preventing the introduction into this State of the destructive cotton pest, Pectinophera Gossypiella Saund; hereinafter referred to as the pink bollworm.|
|HB 356||Caption: Relating to preventing the owners of lands facing the waters of any bay in Texas from fencing up established roads or highways leading to oyster beds or fishing grounds along said bays, providing gates on said roads for the use of the general public, allowing the county commissioners or individuals at their election to build at their own expense automatic swinging gates and cattle-guards for automobiles on said roads at the crossing of fences on said roads, providing a fine for not complying with the provisions of this Act.|
|HB 457||Caption: Relating to preserving, propagating, and protecting all the wild game, wild birds, wild fowl of the State, to provide adequate penalties for the unlawful taking, slaughter, storage, sale, purchase or shipment thereof, to provide for the appointment of Deputy Game Commissioners and fixing their salaries, to define the duties and powers of Game, Fish and Oyster Commissioner and his deputies; to provide for the issuance of Hunting Licenses and prescribe penalties for hunting without a license.|
|36th 2nd Called Session|
|HB 20||Caption: Relating to giving to the owner of any real estate sold to redeem debt the right to redeem the same at any time in one year from the date of sale.|
|HB 147||Caption: Relating to creating the Ganado Independent School District in Jackson County, Texas.|
|36th 3rd Called Session|
|HB 14||Caption: Relating to creating the Ganado Independent School District in Jackson County, Texas.|