1939 Book 7 Texas Attorney General Reports and Opinions 1 (1939)

handle is hein.sag/sagtx0164 and id is 1 raw text is: OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF TEXAS
Gerald 0. Mann            AUSTIN
ATTORNEY GENERAL
Hon. Leo C. Buckley
County Attorney
Zapata County
Zapata, Texas
Dear Sir:
Opinion No.,    n
Re:  What      ant by  he prase
not previo     re st ered
I the quoted p    i  on of
No. 614?
S ul applications or do-
a ecording of births or
(deat s e numbered and enter-
dn     e docket of the Pro-
bite ourt and should such
pro  edings be entered in the
flu a of said court?
We are    r   lp  o   our 1    r of ;uly 27, 1939,
in which you req es an op    on on the following two ques-
tions:
What    me  t y    e phrase 'not pre-
vio- y re   stere ' I   he  ollowing provision of
sa-         4: (Act  of   e 46th Legis. recently
Jo  ned, aeding S    . 18 - Rule 51a- of Art.
7 of   hea .    S. as amended);
 d pr I, d further, that any citizen
of t   S  t of   exam wishing to file the re-
cord o  an  b   h or death, not previously re-
gistere   m   submit to the Probate Court in
the count ohere the birth or death occurred,
a record of that birth or death written on the
dopted forms of birth and death certifioates.'
Parenthetical insertion above ours).
2. Should applications for such registra-
tion be numbered and entered on the docket of
the Probate Court and should such proceedings
be entered in the minutes of said court?

NO COMMUNICATION IS TO BE CONSTRUED AS A DEPARTMENTAL OPINION UNLESS APPROVED BY THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OR FIRST ASSISTANT

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