HB 245, 48th R.S. history

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HB 245, 48th R.S.
Relating to granting permission to Eunita Mae Adams, a minor, to bring suit against the State of Texas and/or Highway Department of Texas in a court of competent jurisdiction in Jones County, Texas, for damages for personal injuries alleged to have been sustained by her while riding in an automobile with her father, Lyle Adams, who was driving said automobile, which said automobile was run into and struck by another automobile owned by the State of Texas and being driven by an employee of the State of Texas, to wit, W.A. Haynes, on or about the eleventh day of July, 1941, at the intersection of two (2) lateral highways in Jones County, Texas, known as the McChristian Road and the road known as the Compress Road, while the said Haynes was in the discharge of his duties as an highway road overseer and engaged at said time in his capacity as road overseer and employed by the Highway Department of Texas on the State road running from the City of Stamford to the City of Anson in Jones County, Texas.

Author: Joe C. Humphrey
Coauthor: H. S. Fitzgerald

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1943, 48th R.S.,ch. 50, General and Special Laws of Texas

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