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Texas Attorney General Opinion: O-3958

Description: Document issued by the Office of the Attorney General of Texas in Austin, Texas, providing an interpretation of Texas law. It provides the opinion of the Texas Attorney General, Gerald Mann, regarding a legal question submitted for clarification. Whether or not a voting contest whereby votes are given with the purchase of drugs or other merchandise from a certain drug store, the number of votes varying with the amount of the purchase, and prizes being awarded to the contestant having the largest number of votes after the contestant having the largest number of votes after the contestant having the largest number of votes after the contest has continued for a certain stated length of time constitutes a lottery.
Date: March 13, 1941
Creator: Texas. Attorney-General's Office.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Texas Attorney General Opinion: O-3010

Description: Document issued by the Office of the Attorney General of Texas in Austin, Texas, providing an interpretation of Texas law. It provides the opinion of the Texas Attorney General, Gerald Mann, regarding a legal question submitted for clarification: Sheriff's mileage fee or actual costs in returning a prisoner under a felony indictment who has escaped (under section 1 and 6 of Article 1030 of Article 1037, C. C. P.)
Date: March 13, 1941
Creator: Texas. Attorney-General's Office.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Texas Attorney General Opinion: O-3894

Description: Document issued by the Office of the Attorney General of Texas in Austin, Texas, providing an interpretation of Texas law. It provides the opinion of the Texas Attorney General, Gerald Mann, regarding a legal question submitted for clarification: After an official, compensated under the fee system has failed to file his monthly expense account and has not been allowed an assistant or clerk art any time during the year 1941 by the commissioners’ court, can the commissioners’ court allow this deduction which is set out in the form of an affidavit and presented after his annual report has been filed with the district clerk, which did not mention anything as office expense, and enter an order allowing this expense to be deducted from his excess due the county?
Date: March 13, 1941
Creator: Texas. Attorney-General's Office.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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