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Legislation authored by Paul Shirley Wilson

Includes legislation with Paul Shirley Wilson as the primary author for the 50th through 52nd Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.

52nd Regular Session
HB 69 Caption: Relating to making it unlawful to sell or have in possession for the purpose of sale in this State any firecrackers, Roman candles, skyrockets, or any other explosive or inflammable devices or things commonly known as fireworks; prescribing a penalty.
HB 210 Caption: Relating to amending certain statutes requiring burial associations to pay all benefits in cash.
HJR 10 Caption: Proposing an amendment relating to the number of Senators and Representatives in the Legislature of the State of Texas; providing that the House of Representatives shall consist of ninety-three members and shall never be increased above this number and making an appropriation.
51st Regular Session
HB 62 Caption: Relating to making an appropriation of Forty Million dollars ($40,000,000), out of the General Revenue Fund to the State Highway Department of Texas for the purpose of constructing or improving Farm-to-Market roads; providing a repealing clause; providing a savings clause.
HB 142 Caption: Relating to permit Notaries Public to have their names engraved in seals of office.
HB 503 Caption: Relating to providing for the appropriation, allocation, and transfer of funds from the Clearance Fund to a fund to be known as the Farm-to-Market Road Fund of the State Highway Department of the State of Texas, in amount of $1,250,000.00 per month beginning September 1, 1949, for construction of Farm-to-Market Roads; repealing all laws of parts of laws in conflict with the provisions of said act; providing a saving clause.
HB 745 Caption: Relating to amending a previous Act, prohibiting the running at large of stock.
HB 765 Caption: Relating to amending a previous Act, providing for prior-service annuity and the procedure for determining the same and increasing from one and one-half per centum to two per centum of average prior service compensation in making said determination for prior-service annuity, providing for new definition of the term "Prior Service Annuity" in the Teacher Retirement System of Texas law; repealing all laws in conflict; providing a savings clause.
HB 824 Caption: Relating to providing for an open season when it shall be lawful to hunt, take or kill squirrel in Tyler, San Augustine, Sabine, Jasper and Newton Counties, Texas; fixing a penalty for the violation thereof; repealing all laws in conflict.
HJR 13 Caption: Proposing an Amendment to Article VII of the Constitution of the State of Texas to provide for the election of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, prescribing his qualifications and term of office, providing for his salary; and providing for the issuance of the necessary proclamation and publication by the Governor.
51st 1st Called Session
HB 6 Caption: Relating to defining certain words, terms, phrases, imposing a tax on the sale, use and consumption of cigars providing tax shall be evidenced by affixation of stamps purchased from Treasurer; providing penalty for possession of old stamps sixty (60) days from date of issue of new design of stamps; providing this Act shall control over existing laws or parts of laws in conflict with the said Act; providing of any part of this Act is held invalid or unconstitutional it shall not affect the remaining portions of the Act.
50th Regular Session
HB 447 Caption: Relating to imposing a tax on the sale, use and consumption of cigars; providing certain penalties; providing this Act shall control over existing laws or parts of laws in conflict with this Act; providing that if any part of this Act is held invalid or unconstitutional it shall not affected the remaining portions of this Act.