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Legislation authored by Burette Winston Patterson

Includes legislation with Burette Winston Patterson as the primary author for the 38th through 38th Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.
Please note author information is not complete for the 43rd through 45th Legislatures or for sessions prior to the 30th.

38th Regular Session
HB 18 Caption: Relating to amending legislation relating to removal of officers, that they may be removed by quo warranto proceeding brought by the Attorney General upon direction of the Governor.
HB 162 Caption: Relating to amending legislation creating the Ninety-first Judicial District by providing that that from and after the first day of January of the year A.D. 1925, said Ninety-first Judicial District Court shall cease to exist.
HB 302 Caption: Relating to providing that any person 16 year or more of age, who shall be graduated from an accredited high school or academy of the first class in the State of Texas, shall be entitled to receive from the Superintendent of Public Instruction a State teacher's certificate of the first grade, valid for a period of two years from such graduation.
HB 375 Caption: Relating to creating the Carbon Independent School District in Eastland County, Texas; defining its boundaries.
HB 662 Caption: Relating to granting to every person, firm, corporation, limited partnership, joint stock association, or association of any kind whatever, owning and holding permits issued by the State of Texas, authorizing the owners and holders thereof to prospect for and develop petroleum oil and gas that may be in public school.
38th 2nd Called Session
HB 4 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute so as to provide that in addition to other method provided in said statute for the removal of officers, they may be removed by quo warranto proceedings brought by the Attorney General upon direction of the Governor.