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76th Regular Session, 1999
HB 1723 (76th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to consolidating the juvenile boards in Bosque, Comanche, and Hamilton counties.
  Author: Lengefeld, David
  Sponsor: Sibley, David
  Committees: Juvenile Justice & Family Issues | Criminal Justice
  Last Action: Effective immediately

75th Regular Session, 1997
HJR 9 (75th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment to authorize Comanche County to have more than one precinct for justices of the peace and a single precinct for constable.
  Author: Place, Allen
  Committees: County Affairs
  Last Action: Left pending in committee

73rd Regular Session, 1993
HJR 88 (73rd R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment to limit the number of offices of constable in Comanche County.
  Author: Place, Allen
  Committees: County Affairs
  Last Action: Referred to subcommittee

61st Regular Session, 1969
HB 1453 (61st R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to selling or offering for sale certain fish in Comanche County; providing penalties.
  Author: Nabers, Lynn

60th Regular Session, 1967
HB 828 (60th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to creating and establishing a conservation and reclamation district in Comanche County, Texas, to be known as North Leon River Irrigation District.
  Author: Nugent, James E.
HB 1106 (60th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to the creation of the Rising Star Hospital District of Eastland, Brown and Comanche counties, Texas.
  Author: Musgrove, Burke

59th Regular Session, 1965
SB 272 (59th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to creating a juvenile board for Comanche County, Texas.
  Author: Word, James Powell

57th Regular Session, 1961
HB 1115 (57th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to amending a certain Act relating to the creation, administration and financing of the Hospital District co-extensive with County Commissioners Precinct No. 4 of Comanche County.
  Author: Barnes, Ben Frank

56th Regular Session, 1959
HB 257 (56th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to making it unlawful, except under certain provisions, for any person to hunt, take, kill or attempt to kill, or possess, any game bird or game animal in Comanche County at any time; to take, kill or trap or attempt to take kill or trap any fur-bearing animal in said county or to take or attempt to take any fish or other aquatic life or marine animals from said county by any means or method; providing a penalty.
  Author: Sudderth, Ben Doyle
HJR 39 (56th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing an amendment providing that the Legislature may authorize the creation of a Hospital District co-extensive with Lamar County, having certain stated powers and duties and subject to certain stated limitations.
  Author: Preston, George L.

52nd Regular Session, 1951
HB 792 (52nd R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to prohibiting the transportation of minnows of any and all species out of Comanche County wherein such minnows are caught, seined, or taken; providing that the possession at any one time of more than four hundred (400) minnows by any person, firm, or corporation not a legal resident of Comanche County, shall constitute prima-facie evidence of the violation of this Act; providing a penalty.
  Author: Gromatzky, Arthur E. "Pat"

51st Regular Session, 1949
HB 766 (51st R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to amending a previous Act, concerning fishing in Comanche County.
  Author: Gromatzky, Arthur E. "Pat"

50th Regular Session, 1947
HB 583 (50th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to regulating fishing in Comanche County, Texas, so as to prohibit catching or attempting to catch fish in Comanche County by the use of any net, seine, snag line or trap in the fresh waters of Comanche County; providing a penalty.
  Author: Heatly, William E.

49th Regular Session, 1945
HB 259 (49th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to making it lawful in Comanche County, Texas, for any person to fish with hook, line or seine in any pond, tank, lake or river not owned by the State of Texas and owned and/or controlled by such person, provided that such seines do not have a mesh of less than one inch square.
  Author: Moore, O. H.

48th Regular Session, 1943
HB 376 (48th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to removing and clearing any cloud from the title and correct any errors in a deed to approximately six (6) acres of land located in Commanche County, Texas, and to validate a conveyance of said land by deed signed by G.F. Gilman and wife, Queen Gilman, to the County Judge of Commanche County, Texas, and his successors, dated the Ninth of August, 1912, and filed for record in the deed records of Commanche County, Texas, on September 9, 1912.
  Author: Moore, O. H.

47th Regular Session, 1941
HB 801 (47th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to amending a certain Act removing Comanche County from the provisions of said law.
  Author: Howington, H. Frank

46th Regular Session, 1939
HB 666 (46th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to declaring it unlawful to take, hunt, trap, ensnare, kill, or attempt to kill by any means whatsoever any pheasants, blue quail, or bobwhite in Comanche County for a period of four (4) years from and after the passage of this Act; providing a penalty therefor.
  Author: Howington, H. Frank
HB 1084 (46th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to repealing the local game bill for Comanche county.
  Author: Howington, H. Frank

39th Regular Session, 1925
HB 319 (39th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to enlarging and re-establishing the limits and defining the territory embraced in the Theny Independent School District in Comanche County, Texas, divesting control of the free school in said district from the existing district and investing the same in the district herein created.
  Author: Renfro, Thomas Jefferson
  Committees: School Districts
HB 594 (39th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to the creation of Sipe Springs Independent School District in Comanche County, Texas.
  Author: Renfro, Thomas Jefferson
  Committees: School Districts
SB 219 (39th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to enlarging and re-establishing the limits and defining the territory of the Theny Independent School District in Comanche County, Texas.
  Author: Woodward, Walter Calisto
  Committees: Educational Affairs
SB 421 (39th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to amending certain statute incorporating the Comanche Independent School District in Comanche County, Texas, so that it shall be the duty of the board of trustee of said district to order an election to determine whether there shall be levied, assessed and collected upon all taxable property within said district a tax not to exceed the rate of one dollar and fifty cents on the one hundred dollar valuation of such property in such district for the purpose of supplementing State school funds apportioned to said district.
  Author: Woodward, Walter Calisto
  Committees: Educational Affairs

39th 1st Called Session, 1926
HB 169 (39th 1st C.S.)
  Caption: Relating to creating Road District Number One (1), in Comanche County, Texas, validating and approving all orders made by the commissioners' court of said county, in respect to the organization of said district.
  Author: Renfro, Thomas Jefferson
  Committees: Judiciary
HB 170 (39th 1st C.S.)
  Caption: Relating to creating Road District Number Four (4), in Comanche County, Texas, validating and approving all orders made by the commissioners' court of said county, in respect to the organization of said district.
  Author: Renfro, Thomas Jefferson
  Committees: Judiciary
HB 171 (39th 1st C.S.)
  Caption: Relating to creating Road District Number Five (5), in Comanche County, Texas, validating and approving all orders made by the commissioners' court of said county, in respect to the organization of said district.
  Author: Renfro, Thomas Jefferson
  Committees: Judiciary

36th 2nd Called Session, 1919
HB 136 (36th 2nd C.S.)
  Caption: Relating to incorporating the Rucker Independent School District in Comanche County, Texas, etc.
  Author: Lee, C. J.

36th 3rd Called Session, 1920
HB 45 (36th 3rd C.S.)
  Caption: Relating to amending and revising the metes and bounds of the Rucker Independent School District in Comanche County.
  Author: Lee, C. J.

35th Regular Session, 1917
HB 509 (35th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to creating the Blanket Independent School District in Brown and Comanche counties, Texas.
  Author: Taylor, Henry P.
HB 700 (35th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to creating the Docum and Miller Common County Line School District, containing territory in Erath and Comanche counties, Texas, including the territory of the school districts, know as Miller and Docum Common School Districts of Comanche and Erath counties, respectively.
  Author: Clark, Henry

35th 1st Called Session, 1917
HB 79 (35th 1st C.S.)
  Caption: Relating to defining the boundary lines of Briar Groves Common School District No. 12, in Comanche county, Texas, and creating said Comanche School District, according to such lines.
  Author: Cadenhead, B. F.
HB 80 (35th 1st C.S.)
  Caption: Relating to creating the Mercer Gap Common School District No. 7, in Comanche county, Texas.
  Author: Cadenhead, B. F.
HB 82 (35th 1st C.S.)
  Caption: Relating to Comanche county road law, regarding the compensation of the commissioners of said county.
  Author: Cadenhead, B. F.

35th 4th Called Session, 1918
HB 55 (35th 4th C.S.)
  Caption: Relating to creating and incorporating Lankin Independent School District in Comanche County, Texas, out of territory now composing Common School District No. 65 of said county.
  Author: Cadenhead, B. F.

34th Regular Session, 1915
HB 428 (34th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to incorporating the Comanche Independent School District, in Comanche County, Texas, for free school purposes only.
  Author: Loudermilk, W. T.
HB 491 (34th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to incorporating De Leon Independent School District in Comanche County, Texas, for free school purposes only, defining its boundaries.
  Author: Loudermilk, W. T.

34th 1st Called Session, 1915
HB 54 (34th 1st C.S.)
  Caption: Relating to creating a more efficient road system for Comanche County, Texas; creating a penal offense for obstructing ditches or drainways and diverting surface water or streams into the public roads of said county, and providing a penalty.
  Author: Loudermilk, W. T.
SB 45 (34th 1st C.S.)
  Caption: Relating to creating a more efficient road system for Comanche County.
  Author: Conner, Robert P.

33rd Regular Session, 1913
HB 590 (33rd R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to amending the special road law for Comanche County, Texas.
  Author: Ross, Tipton S. "Tip"

32nd Regular Session, 1911
HB 384 (32nd R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to amending "An Act creating a more efficient road law for Comanche county," by amending Sections 10 and 11 of said Act.

30th Regular Session, 1907
HB 184 (30th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to providing for the relief of certain persons situated on lands in Comanche County, Texas.
HB 730 (30th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to amending Comanche County road law.

29th Regular Session, 1905
HB 390 (29th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to creating a more efficient road system for Comanche county.

28th Regular Session, 1903
HB 205 (28th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to creating the Fifty-second Judicial District of the State of Texas composed of the Counties of Coryell, Hamilton and Comanche.

26th Regular Session, 1899
SB 78 (26th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to validating patent No. 146, Volume 15, issued to A.J. Gray to 426 acres of land in Comanche county, Texas.

18th Regular Session, 1883
HB 28 (18th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to restoring to and conferring upon the county courts of Comanche, El Paso, Presidio, Pecos, Tom Green and Hidalgo counties, the civil and criminal jurisdiction heretofore belonging to said courts under the Constitution and general statutes of the State, conforming the jurisdiction of the district courts to such change, and repealing all laws in conflict with the provisions of this act
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