SB 238, 36th R.S. history

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SB 238, 36th R.S.
Relating to authorizing the Commissioner of the General Land Office to lease the lands owned by the State under the control and management of the Board of Prison Commissioners known as the penitentiary lands, and the land under the control and management of the Board of the Institution for Training of Juveniles, located in Coryell County, Texas, to any person, firm or corporation, desiring the right to prospect for and develop petroleum oil or natural gas thereon.

Author: Arren C. Buchanan
Coauthor: Charles R. Buchanan | Robert Lee Carlock, Sr. | William Luther Dean | Paul Dewitt Page | Harry Hertzberg | Archer "Archie" Parr | William Steve Bell | James Monroe Alderdice | Ed Westbrook

Remarks: The listing of coauthors may be incomplete; not every name on the introduced bill could be matched to a specific member’s signature.

Vetoed by Governor William P. Hobby

Note: Official veto proclamation has not been located; Bill was disapproved on 4/5/1919 according to notation in bill file.

Oil & Gas
Public Lands, Buildings & Resources

House Committee: Public Lands and Buildings ()
Senate Committee: Land and Land Office ()

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