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Legislation authored by Harlee Morrison

Includes legislation with Harlee Morrison as the primary author for the 43rd through 44th Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.
Please note author information is not complete for the 43rd through 45th Legislatures or for sessions prior to the 30th.

44th Regular Session
HB 42 Caption: Relating to providing for the acceptance of bids in the selection of city depositories, and further providing for the designation of city depositories by the governing body of any city, town, and village in the event no bids are submitted or where said bids submitted are refused.
HB 43 Caption: Relating to providing an old age relief system for resident citizens over the age of seventy years.
HB 44 Caption: Relating to apportioning the State into Senatorial Districts.
HB 110 Caption: Relating to providing for judgment in foreclosures of mortgages and deeds of trust on real estate.
HB 166 Caption: Relating to adding to certain statute other forms and kinds of personal property that shall be reserved to every family, exempt from attachment or execution and every other species of forced sale for the payment of debts and declaring an emergency.
HB 260 Caption: Relating to sales under deed of trust and other contract liens.
HB 818 Caption: Relating to declaring it unlawful for any person to kill wild fox or to take or have in his possession for barter or sale the pelts of wild fox after the passage of this Act, for a period of five (5) years in the County of Kaufman, State of Texas; providing a penalty for violation of this Act.
44th 1st Called Session
HB 7 Caption: Relating to providing for an old age assistance system for resident citizens over the age of 65 years.
HB 16 Caption: Relating to providing an old age assistance system for resident citizens over the age of 65 years.
HB 61 Caption: Relating to providing in all cases where defendant is convicted of driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or narcotics, the jury or the court at the same time shall add to the verdict the length of time that the defendant shall be prohibited from driving any motor vehicle on the highways of the state, and such time shall be not less than one year nor more than three years.
44th 2nd Called Session
HB 26 Caption: Relating to creating a system of Old Age Assistance in Texas; placing restrictions on the granting of such assistance.
43rd Regular Session
HB 141 Caption: Relating to providing an old age relief system for resident citizens over the age of 70 years.
HB 150 Caption: Relating to providing that in cases of foreclosure of real property where the proceeds of the sale shall be insufficient to satisfy the judgment on the debt that the party obligated shall have the right to plead and prove the actual value of the property at the time and place of such sale and shall be entitled to a credit of any difference between the actual value and the sale price of such property.
HB 215 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute relating to property subject to forced sale for the payment of debts by adding thereto other forms and kinds of personal property that shall be reserved to every family, exempt from attachment or execution, and every other species of forced sale for the payment of debts.
HB 266 Caption: Relating to withdrawing from sale all unsold public free school lands, providing that this Act shall not affect grazing, oil, and gas or mineral leases and permits, and that it shall not affect sales of timber, gayule, and lechuguilla and sales of excess in surveys heretofore sold.
HB 316 Caption: Relating to apportioning the State into Senatorial Districts; naming the counties composing each District; designating the counties to which election returns shall be sent in each District; repealing all laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith.
HB 343 Caption: Relating to providing for the relinquishment of interest and penalties on ad valorem and poll taxes that have accrued or may accrue on or before December 31, 1932, due the State, and various defined subdivisions of the State, if paid on or before December 31, 1933; providing that the provisions hereof may apply also to cities, towns, and villages; and expressly repealing, during the term of this Act, all laws or parts of laws in conflict with this Act.
HB 526 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute relating to the allocation of funds from the gasoline tax so as to increase the amount allotted to the Available Free School Fund.
HB 786 Caption: Relating to staying all sales under executions, order of sale, or under any deed of trust, mortgage, or other contract giving or granting any power of sale of real, personal, or mixed property for debt now advertised, or to be advertised, in the future, for a period of one hundred and twenty (120) days after March 15, 1933, providing that no other or further advertisement or notice of any such sale than that lawfully given for sale prior to March 15, 1933, shall be required for such sale after the expiration of one hundred and twenty (12) days, making void all sales in violation of this Act, extending the time for return.
HB 882 Caption: Relating to providing for open season for the taking and killing of squirrels in Kaufman County, Texas, during the months of October, November, and December of each year; providing penalties.
HB 926 Caption: Relating to providing for open seasons for the taking and killing of squirrels in Kaufman County during the months of May, June, July, October, November an December of each year; providing the penalty for violation of said Act.
43rd 1st Called Session
HB 128 Caption: Relating to providing an old age relief system for resident citizens over the age of seventy years; fixing the punishment of any applicant or other person violating any of the provisions of this Act.
43rd 2nd Called Session
HB 44 Caption: Relating to imposing an occupation tax upon every person, firm, or corporation or association of persons engaged in the business of buying and selling cotton, grain or stocks in intrastate commerce within the State of Texas, where an actual delivery is made.
HB 130 Caption: Relating to exempting certain personal property from attachment or execution, and every other species of forced sale for the payment of debts.
43rd 3rd Called Session
HB 20 Caption: Relating to providing for the acceptance of bids in the selection of city depositories, and further providing for the designation of city depositories by the governing body of any city, town, and village in the State of Texas, in the event no bids are submitted or where said bids submitted are refused.
HB 58 Caption: Relating to providing that the governing body of certain cities, in making up the annual appropriation of the income and revenue of any waterworks system, electric light plant or system, sewer system, or other public utility system, service or enterprise, now or hereafter owned and operated by any such city, shall first provide for maintenance and operating expenses of such system, service or enterprise, shall then provide for payment of principal and interest of any indebtedness outstanding against such system, service or enterprise, and may then make such appropriations as remaining income and revenue of such system, service or enterprise may justify, to be appropriated among respective departments of the municipal government, or otherwise appropriated for public uses, as such governing body may deem best.
43rd 4th Called Session
HB 11 Caption: Relating to providing for the acceptance of bids in the selection of city depositories, and further providing for the designation of city depositories by the government body of any city, town and village of the State of Texas, in the event no bids are submitted or where said bids submitted are refused.
HB 52 Caption: Relating to providing that the governing body of any city or town in this State, in making up the annual appropriation for the income and revenue of any waterworks system, electric light plant or system, sewer system, or other public utility system, service or enterprise, now or hereafter owned and operated by any such city or town, shall first provide for maintenance and operating expenses of such system, service or enterprise, shall then provide for payment of principal and interest of any indebtedness outstanding against such system, service or enterprise.