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HB 278, 34th Regular Session
Relating to requiring section foremen and section hands of any railroad company in this State to take a description, giving the marks, brands, color, and apparent age of any animal killed or found dead upon the roadbed or right-of-way of such railroad company before burying or otherwise disposing of the carcass, and to transmit such written description to the county clerk of the county in which said animal is found or killed within ten days from the date of such finding or killing, and requiring the county clerk to file and keep a record of same; providing a penalty.
Author: Charles B. Metcalfe
Coauthor: Robert Lee Williford
Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1915, 34th R.S.,ch. 73, General Laws of Texas
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