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HB 63, 35th 4th Called Session
Relating to abolishing the State Highway Commission and vesting the management and control of the State Highway Department in the Railroad Commission; providing that all applications for registrations and license of motor vehicles, motor-cycles, manufacturers, dealers and chauffeurs shall hereafter be filed with the Collector of Taxes for the County of the residence of the applicant and that all license fees be paid to such Tax Collector; creating a special fund known as the State Highway Fund, and providing for its distribution.

Author: C. Frank Sentell
Coauthor: R. L. McDowra | Alva H. Seawright | Eugene DeBogory | W. D. Cope | Frank Lynn Holaday | George Butler Terrell | William Thomas "Willie" Williams | Dan Scott McMillin | Jack Johnson | Richard French "French" Spencer | Tom J. Beasley | E. R. Bryan | Dave Jasper Neill | Caulie R. Stephens | L. P. Strayhorn | W. V. Dunnam, Sr. | Henry H. Sackett | Dr. Oscar Davis | William Madden Fly

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1918, 35th 4th C.S.,ch. 73, General Laws of Texas

Vehicles & Traffic--Vehicle Registration

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