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Legislation authored by James Green McDonald, Jr.

Includes legislation with James Green McDonald, Jr. as the primary author for the 30th through 36th 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.

36th Regular Session
HB 140 Caption: Relating to providing that all women teaching in the State Schools of the State of Texas shall be paid the same compensations as are paid to men for doing the same kind, grade, and quantity of service.
HB 448 Caption: Relating to providing that the Commissioners Court of Grimes County, Texas, shall not issue without submitting it to a vote of the voters of Grimes County, Texas, as required by law, more than Five Thousand Dollars in bonds in any one year and then only in case of emergency and providing that said Commissioners Court shall not issue nor sell Anticipation Warrants at all.
36th 2nd Called Session
HB 202 Caption: Relating to creating an Independent School District in Grimes County, Texas, to be known and designated as the "Victory" Independent School District, said District to have certain metes and bounds.
31st Regular Session
HB 291 Caption: Relating to providing medical and surgical attention and maintenance for a peace officer, or any person summoned by him, who is wounded while in discharge of his official duties.
HB 571 Caption: Relating to requiring all buildings hereafter built by the state of Texas for its use or the use of any of its use or the use of any of its institutions to be made fire proof.
30th Regular Session
HB 95 Caption: Relating to paying special veniremen.
HB 636 Caption: Relating to paying a person who has been convicted and served in the penitentiary, when it is clearly proved after the conviction that said person was entirely innocent of the crime for which he was convicted.
30th 1st Called Session
HB 44 Caption: Relating to requiring all tax assessors to thoroughly examine every person he assesses, especially as to how much money said person has of his own, and for others subject to taxation.