SB 186, 36th R.S. history

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SB 186, 36th R.S.
Relating to providing for the sale, development and patenting of mineral deposits, placers, veins, lodes, or any rocks or aqueous solutions carrying metallic or non-metallic substance of value excepting oil, natural gas, coal and lignite that may be in any of the land of the public free school fund, University fund, the several Asylum funds, that may have been heretofore sold or disposed of by the State with the reservation of minerals therein or which may hereafter be sold with the reservation of minerals therein and all of said lands as were purchased with a relinquishment of the minerals therein, and all lands of which the mineral rights therein have or shall have reverted to the State of Texas.

Author: Richard M. Dudley

Vetoed by Governor William P. Hobby

Note: Official veto proclamation has not been located; Bill was disapproved on 4/3/1919 according to notation in bill file.

Mines & Mineral Resources
Public Lands, Buildings & Resources

House Committee: Oil, Gas, and Mining ()
Senate Committee: Mining, Irrigation and Drainage ()

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