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HB 409 85-0 (2017) Author: Springer, Drew
Sponsor: Estes, Craig
Relating to the designation of a portion of Farm-to-Market Road 1810 in Jack County as the Luther G. Prunty Memorial Highway. House: Defense & Veterans' Affairs
Senate: Transportation
Effective immediately
HJR 50 77-0 (2001) Author: Hardcastle, Rick Proposing a constitutional amendment to abolish the office of constable in Jack County. House: County Affairs Referred to County Affairs
HJR 41 76-0 (1999) Author: Hardcastle, Rick Proposing a constitutional amendment to abolish the office of constable in Jack County. House: County Affairs Left pending in committee
SJR 2 76-0 (1999) Author: Sibley, David Proposing a constitutional amendment to abolish the office of constable in Jack County. House: County Affairs
Senate: Intergovernmental Relations
Referred to County Affairs
HJR 110 75-0 (1997) Author: Finnell, Charles Proposing a constitutional amendment to abolish the office of constable in Jack County. House: County Affairs Posting rule suspended
HB 1103 64-0 (1975) Author: Hanna, Joe
Sponsor: Creighton, Tom
Relating to the abolition of the office of county school superintendent and the board of county school trustees in Jack County. House: Public Education
Senate: Intergovernmental Relations
Effective in 90 days
SB 558 60-0 (1967) Author: Creighton, Tom Relating to creating the Jack County Water Control and Improvement District No. 1 in a portion of Jack County.
HB 68 56-1 (1959) Author: Cotten, James M. Relating to validating, ratifying and confirming the organization of East Keechi Creek Water Control and Improvement District of Jack, Parker and Palo Pinto Counties, and of certain acts of its Board of Directors.
SB 20 56-1 (1959) Author: Bradshaw, Floyd Francis Relating to validating, ratifying and confirming the organization of East Keechi Creek Water Control and Improvement District of Jack, Parker, and Palo Pinto Counties, and of certain acts of its Board of Directors.
HB 149 51-0 (1949) Author: Loving, James William "Bill" Relating to providing for the season for hunting, taking or killing of wild deer in Jack County; fixing a penalty for the violation hereof; repealing all laws in conflict.
HB 700 51-0 (1949) Author: Loving, James William "Bill" Relating to providing that it shall be unlawful to kill or take wild turkey in Jack County from and after the passage of this Act; providing a penalty; repealing all conflicting laws.
HB 865 42-0 (1931) Author: Fisher, J. H. Relating to authorizing the Commissioners' Court of Jack County, Texas, to issue bonds of said County for the purpose of funding or refunding indebtedness incurred for road and bridge purposes, and to levy a tax in payment thereof.
SB 410 42-0 (1931) Author: Woodruff, Henry Grady Relating to authorizing the Commissioners' Court of Jack County, Texas, to issue bonds of said county for the purpose of funding or refunding indebtedness incurred for road and bridge purposes.
HB 166 39-0 (1925) Author: McFarlane, William Doddridge Relating to the protection of those who have filed exemption or homestead donation claims on certain school lands in Jack County, Texas, by authorizing the original pre-emptors or their assignees in good faith and for value to purchase, and the Commissioner of the General Land office to ell to them such portions as they own in good faith and for value under such pre-emption or homestead claim, at fifty cents per acre, after they have filed note in the General Land Office, and have met such requirements as the law impose on the owners of homestead or pre-emption claims, and purchasers of school lands desiring patents therefor. House: Public Lands and Buildings
SB 147 39-0 (1925) Author: Miller, Eugene Relating to protecting those who have filed exemption or homestead donation claims on school Section 2, S. P. Ry, Co., certificate 16/68 in Jack County, Texas, by authorizing the original preemptors or their assignees in good faith and for value to purchase, and the Commissioner of the General Land Office to sell to them such portions as they own in good faith and for value under said preemption or homestead claim, at fifty cents (.50) per acre, after they have filed field notes in the General Land Office, and have met such requirements as the law imposes on the owners of homestead or preemption claims, and purchasers of school lands desiring patents therefor. Senate: Public Land and Land Office
HB 492 37-0 (1921) Author: Binkley, Thomas G. Relating to amending the local road law for Jack County.
HB 150 36-2 (1919) Author: Wright, W. O. Relating to creating Perrin County Independent School District in Jack, Parker and Palo Pinto Counties.
SB 355 32-0 (1911) Relating to creating a more efficient road system for Jack county, Texas, and making the county commissioners of said county ex officio road overseers [commissioners] and prescribing their duties as such and providing for the compensation as such road commissioners; and fixing a penalty for the violation of this Act.
HB 100 31-0 (1909) Relating to amending Article 4785a, Title XCVII, Chapter 6 of the Revised Statutes of the State of Texas, 1895, relating to road superintendents, so as to leave Jack County out of the list of counties exempted.
HB 244 28-0 (1903) Relating to rendering more effective and efficient the present road law of the State of Texas, in its application and operation in the county of Jack, and to authorize and empower the said county of Jack to issue bonds for the construction and maintenance of public roads and highways within the said county.

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