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Legislation authored by Thomas Owen Murray

Includes legislation with Thomas Owen Murray as the primary author for the 34th through 48th Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System. Author information is not complete for the 43rd through 45th Legislatures or for sessions prior to the 34th.

30th Regular Session
HB 187 Author: Murray, Thomas O. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to creating a board of veterinary examiners of Texas, and regulating the practice of veterinary science in Texas, and providing a punishment for the violation thereof.
HB 263 Author: Murray, Thomas O. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to defining the offense of an attempt to commit a theft from the person, and providing a punishment therefor.
HB 399 Author: Murray, Thomas O. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to amending the law regulating the sale of concentrated commercial feed stuffs.
HB 411 Author: Murray, Thomas O. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to prescribing the time and manner of appointing road overseers.
HB 516 Author: Murray, Thomas O. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to defining duties of road commissioners, and relating to constructing drainage ditches along public highways, and prescribing penalties for violation of same.
HB 568 Author: Murray, Thomas O. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to giving certain authority to cities and towns relative to repairing sidewalks.
HB 590 Author: Murray, Thomas O. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to levying and collecting special taxes in school districts and fixing the amount assessors may receive for making assessments in special school districts.
HB 610 Author: Murray, Thomas O. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to appropriating $10,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, for the purpose of experiments with the view of discovering some means of destroying the green bugs, or Apias, or other insects now destroying the growing grain crops in Texas, said appropriation to be under the control of the Commissioner of Insurance, Statistics and History, and said investigations to be made under his direction by the Entomologists of the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas.