The Laws of Texas, 1937-1939 [Volume 31] Page: 48 of 1,313
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1776 GENERAL AND SPECIAL LAVS.
FIXING COMPENSATION, AND REQUIRING BONDS OF
CITRUS CONTROL ACT SUPERVISORS.
S. B. No. 24.] CHAPTER 16.
An Act to amend House Bill No. 557, Acts of tbh Regular Session Fortyfifth
Legislature, by striking out all of Sections 9, 9a, 9b and 9c, and
substituting in lieu thereof a new section to be Section 9; fixing the
administration of House Bill No. 557, Acts if Regular Session Fortyfifth
Legislature and House Bill No. 99, cbts of Regular Session
Forty-fifth Legislature by repealing Section 26 of said bill; providing
for the giving of a surety bond of Five Tho sand ($5,000.00) Dollars,
contingent upon faithful performance of al provisions of House Bill
No. 99, Acts Regular Session Forty-fifth Igislature and House Bill
No. 557, Acts Regular Session Forty-fifth Lgislature, and the licensing
of any person under both Acts on the payment of only one license fee;
and declaring an emergency.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Texas:
SECTION 1. Amend House Bill No.557, Acts of the Fortyfifth
Legislature, Regular Session, bystriking out Sections 9,
.9a, 9b and 9c, and substituting therfor a new section to be
known as Section 9, to read as follows
"Section 9. The administration of his Act and of House Bill
No. 99, Regular Session Forty-fifth Legislature shall be by and
under the direction of the Commissiner of Agriculture, who
is hereby authorized to appoint a disctor, two assisti' -o
tors, and such inspectors and other Assistants as may be necessary
to the proper enforcement of Cis Act, and of House Bill
No. 99, Acts Regular Seson iortyrfifth Legislature; provided
that the salary of said director shallnot exceed Three Hundred
($30.00 Dollars per month, that oithe two assistant directors
not to exceed-Two Hundred ($200.0) Dollars per month each,
and that of inspectors not to eyeed One Hundred Fifty
($150.00) Dollars per month each, ald that of stenographers not
to exceed the salary fixed by the Le;islature for stenographers
in the various State Departments. All salaries, travelling expenses
of director, assistants and inspectors, and all other
expenses incident to the enforcement of this Act and of House
Bill No. -99, Regular Session Fort-fifth Legislature, shall be
paid out of funds received by the Commissioner in fees and
otherwise from the enforcement of this Act, and from the enforcement
of House Bill No. 99, Regular Session Forty-fifth
Legislature, provided that all moieys received by the Commissioner,
through the enforcement of these two Acts shall be
deposited in the State Treasury here same shall be set up by
the Comptroller and the Treasurer in a Special Fund to be
known as the Agricultural Protective Act Fund, which shall
be a continuing fund, and all expenditures made by the Commissioner
in the administration )f this Act, and of House Bill
No. 99, Regular Session Forty.fifth Legislature, shall be for
accounts approved by him and upon warrants drawn by the
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Gammel, Hans Peter Mareus Neilsen. The Laws of Texas, 1937-1939 [Volume 31], book, 1939; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth18824/m1/48/: accessed August 17, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .