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Legislation authored by Jules Julian Kelt

Includes legislation with Jules Julian Kelt as the primary author for the 45th through 45th Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.

45th Regular Session
HB 1158 Author: Kelt, Jules J.
Caption: Relating to authorizing the Commissioners Court in certain counties to allow each County Commissioner to purchase and maintain a pickup truck for use in each Commissioner's Precinct in connection with official business.
45th 2nd Called Session
HB 12 Author: Kelt, Jules J.
Caption: Relating to amount allowed convicts when working out fines.
HB 32 Author: Kelt, Jules J.
Caption: Relating to fixing the rate of wages in certain counties to be paid county convicts committed to workhouses, county farms, or public improvements.
HB 54 Author: Kelt, Jules J.
Caption: Relating to authorizing cities or towns in this State of a population of not less than 15,100 or more than 15,250, according to the last preceding Federal Census, such cities having exclusive control of the schools within its limits, to hold elections for the purpose of applying bond monies already dedicated to public improvements to purposes other than those for which the bond election was authorized or to repurchase and cancel such bonds.
HB 150 Author: Kelt, Jules J.
Caption: Relating to constituting Frank Neal Drane and others, and his and their associates and successors, administrators, executors and trustees, and their successors, into a perpetual non-profit Body Corporate, to be known as and Called "Florence Adelia-Dorothy Anderson Drane Community Foundation, of Corsicana, Texas", referred to herein as Foundation, with its domicile in Navarro County, Texas, the purpose of which is to promote the well being of mankind primarily in Navarro County, Texas, but contingently elsewhere in Texas, by aiding benevolent, charitable religious and educational causes and institutions, and promoting national defense and world peace, and contributing to civic betterment.