HB 316, 60th R.S. history

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HB 316, 60th R.S.
Relating to authorizing any city having a population of 900,000 or more, according to the preceding federal census, and whose home-rule charter provides for an elected comptroller, auditor, or treasurer, acting by and through the official or officials of such city charged with the duty of managing and conducting its fiscal affairs and subject to supervision and control of its governing body, as established by ordinance, from time to time to invest any and all trust funds and special deposits in the custody of such city.

Author: Russell Bennett Cummings
Coauthor: William T. "Bill" Swanson | Cletus A. "Cowboy" Davis | Thomas Hutcheson "Tom" Bass, III | Fitzhugh Lee Duggan, Jr. | Jacob Edgar "Jake" Johnson | Lauro Cruz | William Reynolds "Bill" Archer, Jr. | Joe Allen | Willis James Whatley | Ira L. Kohler | Curtis M. Graves | Jim Clark | Meyer Gus Rex Braun | Lindon Williams

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1967, 60th R.S.,ch. 113, General and Special Laws of Texas

City Government--Finance

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