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PUBLIC LAW 128—AUG. 28, 1951

STAT.]

Whereas, the said Interstate Compact to Conserve Oil and Gas has heretofore been duly renewed and extended with the consent of the Congress to September 1, 1951; and, Whereas, it is desired to renew and extend the said Interstate Compact to Conserve Oil and Gas for a period of four (4) years from September 1, 1951, to September 1, 1955; Now, Therefore, This Writing Witnesseth: I t is hereby agreed that the Compact entitled "An Interstate Compact to Conserve Oil and Gas" executed in the City of Dallas, Texas, on the 16th day of February, 1935, and now on deposit with the Department of State of the United States, a correct copy of which appears above, be, and the same hereby is, extended for a period of four (4) years from September 1, 1951, its present date of expiration. This agreement shall become effective when executed, ratified, and approved as provided in Article I of the original Compact. The signatory states have executed this agreement in a single original which shall be deposited in the archives of the Department of State of the United States and a duly certified copy thereof shall be forwarded to the Governor of each of the signatory states. Any oilproducing state may become a party hereto by executing a counterpart of this agreement to be similarly deposited, certified, and ratified. Executed by the several undersigned states, at their several state Capitols, through their proper officials on the dates as shown, as duly authorized by statutes and resolutions, subject to the limitations and qualifications of the acts of the respective State Legislatures. THE STATE OP ALABAMA JAMES E. FOLSOM

By

Governor Dated: 12-4-50 A t t e s t: SIBYL POOL

Secretary of State [SEAL] THE STATE OF ARKANSAS SID M C M A T H

By

Governor Dated: 10-11-50 Attest: C. G. HALL

Secretary of State [SEAL] By

THE STATE or COLORADO WALTER W. JOHNSON

Governor Dated: 12-1-50 Attest: GEO. G. BAKER Secretary of State [SEAL] By

THE STATE OF FLORIDA FULLER WARREN

Governor Dated: Nov 15—1950 Attest; R. A. GRAY Secretary of State THE STATE OP ILLINOIS

By Governor Dated: Attest: Secretary of State