Oklahoma v. Texas
267 U.S. 7 (1925)

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Oklahoma v. Texas, 267 U.S. 7 (1925)

Oklahoma v. Texas

No. 13, Original

Orders entered January 19, 1925

267 U.S. 7



Receivership Orders:

1 and 2. For payments to Kirby Petroleum Company by way of reimbursement for expense of drilling certain wells prior to receivership.

3. Requiring one Testerman to accept within 40 days moneys hereinbefore allowed him ( 265 U. S. 265 U.S. 516, Par. 11) in discharge of claim; otherwise claim to be deemed abandoned and moneys paid to Secretary of Interior for United States.

4. Requiring contesting claimants as to expense of drilling of Burke-Senator well prior to receivership to adjust differences and accept reimbursement ( 265 U. S. 265 U.S. 516, Par. 13) or show cause why claims should not be denied and moneys paid to Secretary of Interior for United States.

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