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Legislation authored by Frank Harrington Crain

Includes legislation with Frank Harrington Crain as the primary author for the 53rd through 53rd Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.

53rd Regular Session
HB 26 Author: Crain, Jr., Frank H.
Caption: Relating to amending Acts relating to the sale of casinghead gasoline, drip gasoline or other derivatives of crude oil or natural gas by producers of such products.
HB 490 Author: Crain, Jr., Frank H. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to allowing the Commissioners Courts in counties having a population of one hundred and fifty thousand (150,000) inhabitants or under, to enter an order increasing the compensation of deputies, assistants and clerks of any district, county, or precinct officer in an amount not in excess of thirty-five per cent (35%) of the compensation allowed under the present law.
HB 491 Author: Crain, Jr., Frank H.
Caption: Relating to providing for salary for County Commissioners for certain counties not to exceed six thousand ($6,000.00) per annum.
HB 538 Author: Crain, Jr., Frank H.
Caption: Relating to providing for the establishment and operation in the Department of the Attorney General of a Division of Charitable Trusts for the supervision and enforcement of charitable trusts within the State; providing penalties for failure to register charitable trusts.
53rd 1st Called Session
HB 116 Author: Crain, Jr., Frank H.
Caption: Relating to abolishing the office of county superintendent in all counties in which there are no common school districts; providing that the present county superintendents of such counties shall serve out their terms for which elected; providing that the duties of county superintendents shall be performed by the county judges of such counties.