SB 3 60-1 (1968)
Author: Word, James Powell
Relating to amending the Texas Liquor Control Act to abolish the Texas Liquor Control Board and the office of Administrator, and to transfer the powers and duties of said Board and Administrator to the Liquor Enforcement Division of the Department of Public Safety and the Chief of the Liquor Enforcement Division, respectively.
HB 473 59-0 (1965)
Author: Birkner, Otha Wyatt "Skeet" | et. al.
Relating to authorizing the Texas Liquor Control Board to issue identification cards; prescribing penalties.
SB 456 58-0 (1963)
Author: Hazlewood, Grady
Relating to transferring the sum of Five Thousand Dollars from Item Five set out in the appropriation to the Texas Liquor Control Board for the year ending in August 31, 1963, to Item Nine set out in said appropriation to the Texas Liquor Control Board for the year ending August 31, 1963, to be used for the purchase of licenses, permits and tax stamps during the year 1963.
SB 207 56-0 (1959)
Author: Hudson, Hubert R. | et. al.
Relating to amending certain acts by providing additional purposes for which the monies appropriated to the Texas Liquor Control Board may be expended.
HB 865 53-0 (1953)
Author: Murphy, Jr., Charles Alfred
Relating to providing that any Justice of the Peace, Clerk or other Officer receiving fines or penalties imposed by any Court for violation of the Texas Liquor Control Act, or any other Act pertaining to alcoholic beverages, shall be remitted to the Texas Liquor Control Board; making an appropriation.
HB 922 53-0 (1953)
Author: Kilgore, Joe Madison
Relating to making an appropriation for the balance of the fiscal year ending August 31, 1953 to the Texas Liquor Control Board in the sum of Ten Thousand, Six Hundred and Sixty-nine Dollars and seventy-six cents ($10,669.76) out of the Liquor Act Enforcement Fund in the State Treasury of the State of Texas.
HB 774 52-0 (1951)
Author: Swindell, William Agnew "Bill"
Relating to authorizing the State Board of Control to construct and equip a building to house and for the use of the Texas Liquor Control Board upon a tract of land 150 feet wide, fronting on West Sixth Street, City of Austin, Travis County, Texas, and extending back between parallel lines a distance of 300 feet, a part of the George W. Spear League and a part of the tract conveyed to the State of Texas by the John B. Hood Camp of Confederate Veterans by deed recorded in Volume 144 Page 430-2, of the Travis County Deed Records, now owned by the State of Texas; making appropriation therefor.
HB 823 52-0 (1951)
Author: Swindell, William Agnew "Bill"
Relating to amending certain acts relative to the appropriation to the Texas Liquor Control Board, so as to supplement and increase the appropriation in said item 40 for the payment of salaries of deputy supervisors during each year of the biennium ending August 31, 1953.
SB 330 51-0 (1949)
Author: Vick, Kyle A. | et. al.
Relating to providing for the appointment of the members of the Texas Liquor Control Board, the administrator of said Board, and the the employees of said Board.
HB 279 50-0 (1947)
Author: Cowen, Warren C. "Red" | et. al.
Relating to limiting package store permits that may be issued by the Texas Liquor Control Board; repealing all laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith.
HB 710 50-0 (1947)
Author: Spencer, James C. | et. al.
Relating to amending the Penal Code, requiring all inspectors, representatives and enforcement officers of the Texas Liquor Control Board to make surety bonds in certain sums.
HB 567 47-0 (1941)
Author: Celaya, Augustine
Relating to making emergency supplementary appropriations for the support and maintenance of the Texas Liquor Control Board for the fiscal year ending August 31, 1941, and for the payment of refund claims filed under the provisions of the Texas Liquor Control Act; providing regulations and restrictions in respect to the appropriations made herein.
HB 612 47-0 (1941)
Author: Mills, Roger Q.
Relating to establishing a State liquor monopoly and to be known as the Texas Liquor Control Act; providing for the establishment of State liquor stores and the fixing of prices for Ethyl alcohol; providing for penalties.
HB 570 46-0 (1939)
Author: Davis, Matt
Relating to appropriating the sum of $889.63 to the Texas Liquor Control Board for the purpose of paying for the treatment and hospitalization of a prisoner.