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Legislation authored by Theodore Travis Thompson

Includes legislation with Theodore Travis Thompson as the primary author for the 35th through 37th 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.

37th Regular Session
HB 111 Caption: Relating to a certain Act extending time for payment of 1920 taxes.
HB 141 Caption: Relating to a certain Act to permit Chambers heirs to sue the State.
HB 162 Caption: Relating to amend a certain Act regarding the appointment of the Assistant Attorney General.
HB 395 Caption: Relating to changes in the hospitals for the Negro insane patients of Texas.
HB 396 Caption: Relating to amending the act creating a special road system for Red River County.
HB 397 Caption: Relating to amend a certain Act regarding the prevention of cattle running at large.
HB 456 Caption: Relating to assess value of animals condemned to be killed infected with certain diseases.
HB 457 Caption: Relating to providing preference lien for owners or keepers of stallions.
HB 466 Caption: Relating to establishing and re-defining Rugby Common School District No. 40 of Red River County, Texas, to validate election heretofore held in said district for local taxes for the further maintenance of public free schools in said district.
HJR 15 Caption: Relating to amending a certain Act providing a number of Senators and Representatives and fixing salary, etc.
HJR 17 Caption: Relating to amending a certain Act abolishing the office of County Treasurer.
37th 1st Called Session
HB 19 Caption: Relating to appropriation in aid of the heirs of T. J. Chambers, deceased.
HB 88 Caption: Relating to creating the Detroit Independent School District in Red River county.
35th Regular Session
HB 252 Caption: Relating to defining the qualifications of county judges in counties where courts have civil and criminal jurisdiction, and term of office.
HB 327 Caption: Relating to authorizing married women to become security for her husband.
HB 331 Caption: Relating to canceling all delinquent state and county taxes that became due between the years 1885 to 1910.
HB 369 Caption: Relating to providing for a levy for a tax on dogs in this state for the support of the State Highway Commission and to the road and bridge fund of each county.
HB 427 Caption: Relating to authorizing a person convicted of a misdemeanor to give appearance bond after adjournment of the term of the convicting court.
HB 428 Caption: Relating to exempting Red River county from section of the Warehouse Law relating to requiring that bales of cotton be completely covered.
HB 440 Caption: Relating to extending the boundaries of the Fullbright Independent School District in Red River County so as to take in additional territory..
HB 455 Caption: Relating to providing that appearance bonds that have been given in misdemeanor cases shall be in full force and effect until final judgment of the trial court.
HB 511 Caption: Relating to allowing the owner of land that has been sold to the state for the payment of taxes two years from this passage in which to redeem all lands through the payment of taxes, interest, and penalties.
HB 613 Caption: Relating to the qualifications of the county superintendents of public instruction.
35th 1st Called Session
HB 70 Caption: Relating to the creation of the Annona Independent School District in Red River County, Texas, including the present existing Annona Independent School District and certain other territory.
35th 2nd Called Session
HB 13 Caption: Relating to creating the Johnstown Independent School District of Red River.
35th 3rd Called Session
HB 47 Caption: Relating to amending an act fixing the compensation of county surveyors and providing for office supplies; providing that every county provide all instruments necessary to surveyors.
HB 48 Caption: Relating to creating a more efficient road system for Red River county, Texas; providing penalties for the enforcement of the provisions of this Act.