The Laws of Texas, 1934-1935 [Volume 29] Page: 18 of 2,086
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8 GENERAL AND SPECIAL LAWS.
amount of payment, name of person to whom refund was made,
date of refund, amount of refund.
The compliance by any person entitled to the benefits of this
Act with the terms hereof when pleaded and proved to the
satisfaction of the Court or jury trying the case, shall be a
defense to any criminal prosecution for any act committed on
or before April 1, 1934, which otherwise would be unlawful
under Section 14-b, Section 14-d, or Section 14-e, of Chapter
88 of the General Laws of the Second Called Session, Fortyfirst
SEC. 4. From and after April 1, 1934, Section 14-a, Section
14-b, Section 14-c, Section 14-d and Section 14-e of Chapter 88
of the General Laws of the Second Called Session, Forty-first
Legislature, shall be and are hereby repealed; provided that all
convictions and prosecutions for violations of said sections committed
before April 1, 1934, are hereby saved in full force and
effect as if this section were not enacted into law.
SEC. 5. Any person who operates a passenger car or a commercial
motor vehicle or truck-tractor upon the public highways
of this State any time during any month of a motor vehicle
registration year without having displayed thereon and
attached thereto two license number plates, one plate at the
front and one at the rear, which have been duly and lawfully
assigned for said vehicle for the current year, shall be guilty
of a misdemeanor; this shall not apply to dealers operating vehicles
under present provisions of the law.
SEC. 5a. Any person who shall directly or indirectly enter
into any agreement with a Commissioners' Court of any county
in the State of Texas, or any officer or agent of said Court or
county, that he will register or cause to be registered any motor
vehicle, trailer or semi-trailer, in said county in consideration
of the use by said county of the funds derived from said registration
in the purchase of any property of any kind or character,
or in consideration of anything or any act to be done or
performed by the Commissioners' Court, or any of its agents
or officers or any county officer, shall be guilty of a bribery
and shall be subject to the same penalty as provided by law
for the offense of bribery. The registration of each separate
vehicle shall constitute a separate offense. The agreement
and/or conspiracy to register shall constitute a separate offense.
Any person, firm or corporation who shall make agreements as
provided herein, or seek to make such agreements, shall be restrained
by injunction by the county or district attorney of the
county in which said motor vehicle is registered, or upon application
of the Attorney General of the State of Texas.
SEC. 6. Any person who operates a road-tractor, motorcycle,
trailer or semi-trailer upon the public highways of this
State any time during any month of a motor vehicle registration
year without having attached thereto and displayed on the
rear thereof, a license number plate duly and lawfully assigned
therefor for the current year shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
Nothing herein contained shall be construed as changing or
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Gammel, Hans Peter Mareus Neilsen. The Laws of Texas, 1934-1935 [Volume 29], book, 1935; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth17292/m1/18/: accessed December 14, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .