The Laws of Texas, 1931-1933 [Volume 28] Page: 72 of 2,111
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64 GENERAL AND SPECIAL LAWS.
provision, by any domestic corporation, which is a common purchaser
as defined herein,. the Attorney General may bring suit
in the District Court of Travis County, Texas, for the purpose
of forfeiting the charter of such corporation, and enjoining and
forever prohibiting such corporation from doing business in this
State, and if adjudged guilty by the Court before whom the
action is brought, the charter of such corporation may be forfeited
and the injunction may be granted, provided said forfeiture
and injunction shall be in addition to all other penalties.
SEC. 11b. For any violation of any provision of this Act, or
for the violation of any valid rule or regulation promulgated
hereunder by the Railroad Commission in pursuance of such
provision, by any foreign corporation, which is a common purchaser
as defined herein, the Attorney General may bring suit
in the District Court of Travis County for the purpose of cancelling
the permit of such corporation and of enjoining and forever
prohibiting such corporation from doing business in this
State, and if adjudged guilty by the Court before whom the action
is brought, the permit may be cancelled and the injunction
may be granted, provided said cancellation and injunction shall
be in addition to all other penalties.
SEC. 11c. When any person, persons, association or corporation
is discriminated against by a common purchaser as defined
herein in favor of the production of said common purchaser. a
cause of action for damages, when such has occurred, shall lie
against said common purchaser and said person. persons, association
or corporation may bring suit for same in any court of
competent jurisdiction in the county in which the damage
SEC. lid. The Railroad Commission shall make inquiry in
each field concerning the connections of the various producers
and when discrimination is found to be practiced by any common
purchaser as defined in this Act the said Railroad Commission
shall issue an order to such common purchaser to make
such reasonable extensions of their lines and such reasonable
connections as will prevent such discrimination.
SEC. lie. The Railroad Commission shall, upon information
that discrimination is practiced in its purchases by any common
purchaser, request the Attorney General to bring a mandatory
injunction suit against said common purchaser to compel such
reasonable extensions as are necessary to prevent discrimination.
SEC. 11f. Whenever, any order, rule or regulation promulgated
by the Commission pursuant to this Act has been finally
adjudged to be valid, in whole or in part, in any suit to which
the Commission is a party, and thereafter any party to th? suit
or other proceedings in which such matter has been so adjudged,
shall violate such rule, regulation, order or judgment. or shall
suffer any property owned or controlled by him to be used in
violation of any such rule, regulation, order or judCgment. the
Commission shall have the power, and it shall be its duty. to
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Gammel, Hans Peter Mareus Neilsen. The Laws of Texas, 1931-1933 [Volume 28], book, 1933; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth17293/m1/72/: accessed June 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .