SB 158, 61st R.S. history

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SB 158, 61st R.S.
Relating to provide that the Commissioner of the General Land Office, on behalf of the State of Texas or any fund belonging thereto, is authorized to execute agreements that provide for the operation of areas as a unit for the exploration, development, and production of sulphur and to commit to such agreements the royalty interests in sulphur reserved to or provided for the State or any fund thereof by law, in or in connection with any patent, award or mining claim, in any contract of sale, or under the terms of any lease lawfully made by an official, board, agent, agency or authority of the State; providing for the approval of such agreements by the School Land Board if the agreements commit royalty interest in lands set apart by the Constitution and laws of this State for the Permanent Free School Fund and the several asylum funds, in river beds, inland lakes, and channels, and the area within tidewater limits, including islands, lakes, bays, inlets, marches, reefs, and the bed of the sea, etc.

Author: Joe William Christie
Coauthor: Charles Herring

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1969, 61st R.S.,ch. 79, General and Special Laws of Texas

Mines & Mineral Resources

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