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Legislation authored by Joseph Daniel Carter

Includes legislation with Joseph Daniel Carter as the primary author for the 51st through 52nd Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.

52nd Regular Session
SB 20 Caption: Relating to amending certain statutes relating to the pay of judges and clerks of general and special elections.
SB 58 Caption: Relating to providing that a person may name beneficiaries or assignees of his choice with respect to existing and future policies of life insurance on his life, which designated beneficiaries or assignees shall have an insurable interest in the life of such insured; providing certain exceptions.
SB 82 Caption: Relating to regulating and licensing itinerant truckers; providing that revenue arising from license fees shall go into the State Highway Fund; requiring insurance and bonds for protection of the public; providing for custody of motor vehicles operated in violation hereof; preserving powers of local units of Government; providing criminal penalty for violation of this Act.
SB 93 Caption: Relating to amending the Code of Criminal Procedure to provide increased fees for County and District Attorneys in certain cases tried in District or County Courts, or a County Court at Law.
SB 94 Caption: Relating to amending the Code of Criminal Procedure so as to provide increased fees for sheriff, or other peace officers performing the same service in misdemeanor cases.
SB 111 Caption: Relating to amending the Code of Criminal Procedure so as to provide for increased trial fees in certain cases in County Court or County Court at Law and Justice Courts.
SB 112 Caption: Relating to amending the Code of Criminal Procedure to provide increased fees for the attorney representing the State in Justice Court in pleas of guilty.
SB 193 Caption: Relating to amending certain statutes by providing for the filing of suits to collect delinquent taxes.
SB 292 Caption: Relating to making appropriations to pay miscellaneous claims out of the General Revenue Fund, or such other funds as may be designated herein for each item, not otherwise appropriated.
51st Regular Session
HB 99 Caption: Relating to providing that any person of legal age may insure his own life in a life insurance company and designate any beneficiary or beneficiaries of his choice, and may change beneficiaries in existing policies in like manner, and providing that such named beneficiaries shall have an insurable interest in the life of such insured; providing that employers shall have an insurable interest in the life of their employees, that employees shall have an insurable interest in the life of their employers, and that stockholders of the corporation; providing that such persons and legal entities shall have the right with the written consent of the insured to purchase life insurance on such other persons and to designate the beneficiary or beneficiaries thereof; providing that the provisions of this Act are cumulative of existing law and repealing all laws in conflict; providing for the partial invalidity hereof.
HB 111 Caption: Relating to providing that in counties having a population of less than eighty thousand (80,000) one juvenile officer may be appointed by the Commissioners Court, when in its opinion such officer is needed, such officer to receive a compensation not to exceed Two Hundred Dollars ($200) per month and expenses not to exceed Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars ($250) per year.
HB 604 Caption: Relating to amending sections of a previous Act, requiring permits for and regulation of the manufacture, repair, renovation, sale, or having in possession with intent to sell bedding.
HB 967 Caption: Relating to amending a previous Act, providing that when the Commissioners Courts shall contract with an individual, firm, or corporation from the compilation of taxation data, the compensation of such individual, firm, or corporation may be paid on a pro rata basis from each county fund benefiting by the receipt of any taxes derived from such valuation.