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Legislation authored by Howard Bland

Includes legislation with Howard Bland as the primary author for the 34th 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 156 Caption: Relating to the rendition for taxation of mortgages and vendors' lien notes and real estate that has been mortgaged or against which there is any lien withstanding.
HB 176 Caption: Relating to providing that all persons and warehousemen shall be responsible for all damages to cotton stored with him; prescribing that all persons and corporations who store cotton to be approved by the Board of Warehouse Supervisors; creating offenses.
HB 461 Caption: Relating to creating the Georgetown Independent School District in Williamson county.
35th 1st Called Session
HB 23 Caption: Relating to creating the Granger Independent School District in the county of Williamson, State of Texas.
35th 4th Called Session
HB 52 Caption: Relating to the closed season for killing of doves.
HB 54 Caption: Relating to creating the Hutto Independent School District in Williamson County, Texas.
HB 171 Caption: Relating to enlarging and establishing the Jarrell Independent School District in Williamson County.
34th Regular Session
HB 298 Caption: Relating to requiring the owners of real property to deduct from the value of the property the amount charged against the land either by vendors liens or mortgages when rendering same for taxation; requiring the owners of such notes to register the same with the County Court.
HB 481 Caption: Relating to providing that all persons and warehousemen in the state who store cotton for hire in yards or other exposed places and in such a manner that the same shall come in contact with the soil shall in addition to all other liability be responsible for all damages to cotton stored with them; prescribing that all such shall give a special bond to the State for the use and benefit of all persons who may be damaged as aforesaid; creating offenses.
HB 520 Caption: Relating to providing for the protection of the live stock industry against infectious and communicable disease; prescribing the duties of the Live Stock Sanitary Commission.
HB 603 Caption: Relating to amending Williamson County road law.