HB 146, 31st R.S. history

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HB 146, 31st R.S.
Relating to amending Section 21 of "An Act providing for the health and safety of persons in and around mines, and for creating a State Mining Board and the office of State Mining Inspector, and defining the duties of such inspector," by providing that the salary of the State Mining Inspector shall be two thousand ($2,000) dollars per year, and that his traveling expenses shall not in any one year exceed the sum of one thousand ($1,000) dollars, providing for the execution of a good and sufficient bond for the faithful performance of the duties of said officer, and providing for the approval of said bond by the Governor of the State of Texas.

Author: Bert P. Maddox
Coauthor: J. P. Turner | Thomas J. Roberson

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1909, 31st R.S.,ch. 91, General Laws of Texas

Labor--Health & Safety
Mines & Mineral Resources

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