Includes legislation with Samuel Bronson Cooper, Jr. as the primary author for the 33rd through 34th 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.
|33rd Regular Session|
|HB 174||Caption: Relating to Texas State Board of Health, Vital Statistics establishing Charbon districts; providing that persons residing therein shall report all animals suffering with Charbon or supposed to have such disease to the County Health Officer, who shall report same to the State Board of Health, and providing for practicing physicians to report all persons suffering with said disease; providing for the State Board of Health or one who is under them to visit all stock reported to have Charbon; and providing for the isolation of same; prohibiting certain stock from running at large, and providing adequate penalties for enforcing such law.|
|HB 265||Caption: Relating to the relief of C. W. Howth, former county attorney of Jefferson county.|
|HB 290||Caption: Relating to funding a survey of the King's Highway and erecting suitable monuments to mark the same, providing a penalty.|
|HB 292||Caption: Relating to creating the Seventh, Eighth and Ninth Supreme Judicial Districts and to organize a court of civil appeals within the Ninth Supreme Judicial District.|
|HB 457||Caption: Relating to conferring on corporations the power to borrow money in excess of the amount of their authorized capital stock.|
|HB 481||Caption: Relating to amending Section 2 of Chapter 83 of the General Laws of Texas, relating to free rail passes.|
|HB 482||Caption: Relating to amending Article 3455 of Title 52, Chapter 19 of the Revised Civil Statutes relating to presentation of claims and heirs.|
|HB 552||Caption: Relating to providing for continuance of term court when the judge thereof dies during session of court, and to extend time of hearing motions then pending, and to provide for bills of exception and statements of facts.|
|HB 613||Caption: Relating to granting to the Higgins Oil and Fuel Company of Beaumont, permission to sue the state for the sum of $859.43, representing the contract price for four cars of fuel oil delivered to the State Lunatic Asylum at Austin, making an appropriation to pay such judgment as my be rendered.|
|HB 752||Caption: Relating to making an appropriation to defray the expenses of printing the annotated revised statutes.|
|HB 776||Caption: Relating to defining and prohibiting newspaper contests, where prizes and other rewards are offered for persons obtaining the greatest number of subscriptions, affixing penalties.|
|HB 777||Caption: Relating to amending the Revised Civil Statutes relating to justice courts and provide for the election of a special justice of the peace in certain instances.|
|HB 796||Caption: Relating to creating the South Park Independent School District, known as Common School District No. 6, in Jefferson County; providing for election of trustees, raising of revenue and issuing of bonds.|