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Legislation authored by Stanford S. Payne

Includes legislation with Stanford S. Payne as the primary author for the 34th through 45th Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System. Author information is not complete for the 43rd through 45th Legislatures or for sessions prior to the 34th.

44th Regular Session
HB 92 Author: Payne, Stanford
Caption: Relating to providing for the relief of Eagle Pass Independent School District of Maverick County, Texas, in order to aid the school district in accommodating the large growth of population due to the development of Quemado Valley Irrigation Settlement which covers a portion of the Eagle Pass Independent School District of 1934.
HB 209 Author: Payne, Stanford | et. al.
Caption: Relating to authorizing building and loan associations to make loans under the terms and provisions of Title II of the National Housing Act.
HB 375 Author: Payne, Stanford
Caption: Relating to providing that beaver may be taken in Val Verde County during the month of January and their pelts disposed of in conformity to the laws of this State; providing a penalty.
HB 394 Author: Payne, Stanford
Caption: Relating to authorizing the Texas State Parks Board to acquire State park sites by purchase, gift, or otherwise, and to improve, beautify, and equip and to contract with any person, firm, or corporation for the improvement, beautification , or equipment of the State Parks of the State to such an extent as the said board might deem advisable, and extending the authority of such board to purchase such sites for a period of two years from the effective date of this Act.
HB 456 Author: Payne, Stanford
Caption: Relating to providing for the terms of Court in the Sixty-third Judicial District and the time for the holding of same; providing the time for this Act to take effect.
HB 474 Author: Payne, Stanford
Caption: Relating to mining claims and rights; relating to the time of payment of rentals on mining claims awarded; providing royalties to be paid the State from minerals produced upon such claims.
HB 547 Author: Payne, Stanford
Caption: Relating to making an emergency appropriation of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000) for Sul Ross State Teachers College for the purpose of erecting cottages on the campus of the said college.
HB 793 Author: Payne, Stanford
Caption: Relating to making appropriations to pay miscellaneous claims out of the General Fund.
HB 829 Author: Payne, Stanford | et. al.
Caption: Relating to exempting from taxation institutions or organizations such as Texas Federation of Women's Clubs of Texas.
HB 888 Author: Payne, Stanford
Caption: Relating to providing for the relief of Eagle Pass Independent School District of Maverick County, Texas, in order to aid the school district in accommodating the large growth of population due to the development of Quemado Valley Irrigation Settlement which covers a portion of the Eagle Pass Independent School District of 1934.
44th 1st Called Session
HB 133 Author: Payne, Stanford
Caption: Relating to providing for the relief of Kinney County Common School District No. 2, in order to aid said District in transporting pupils to an available school, an dmaking an appropriation for said purpose by reason of the great public calamity occurring in said District.
44th 2nd Called Session
HB 125 Author: Payne, Stanford
Caption: Relating to providing for the relief of McKinney County Common School District No. 2, in order to aid said district in transporting pupils to an available school, and making an appropriation for said purpose by reason of the great public calamity occurring in said district.
44th 3rd Called Session
HB 74 Author: Payne, Stanford
Caption: Relating to declaring open season on wild squirrel in Kinney County, Texas, and making it lawful to kill wild squirrel in Kinney County, Texas, at all time.
HB 75 Author: Payne, Stanford
Caption: Relating to declaring a closed season on wild Javelina, Bear, Badger, Raccoon, and Rock Squirrel south of Southern Pacific Railroad in Brewster County, Texas; providing a penalty for violation of this Act.