1939 Book 3 Texas Attorney General Reports and Opinions 1 (1939)

handle is hein.sag/sagtx0160 and id is 1 raw text is: OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF TEXAS
AUSTIN
GWWLD C. MARK
ATnnuMST GENWEL
Dr. J. C. Blair, President
State Board of &ucation
terens, Texas
Dear Sirj
Opilion 3o. 0-401
Res ontract/for_ t a         or
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Authori      the St te
Board of     I
ese       ely.
This win acflow              p  your letter or
4               p                rquesti ts, to-
*Iisrt to             or Into a eon-
tract for   e theb J   or   k      of textbooks
vested in            a     of     ton, or is
it vested            a 0    a      trol?
n. 2        event ou   old that the author-
ity    adve   se  or       or Into a contraot
for h   Idi   or           of free textbooks
I  Test            ate card -of Control, does
0       Ber o           o have the authority
t  extend     term of such aLcontraot hrotofore
o  orod    o    the State Board of Control?
e event you hold that the State
so      On    ol has the emluslve authority to
mlve  tee  r M& let contracts for btnd1ng or
reb       of textbooks, then (1) does the State
Board at Siucation have the authority to pre-
scribe the standards ard speoLflcations tow such
binding or rebinding upon whith the contract ia
to be let; (2) does the State Boar& of Education
have the authborty to prescribe the amount of the
performance boat to be wcuted by the rebinteryr

NO COMNUNICATION IS TO BE CONSTRUED AS A DEPARTMENTAL OPINION UNLES APPROVED BY THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OIt FIRST ASSISTANT

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