The governor, superintendent of public instruction, auditor, secretary of state, and
attorney general constitute the board of land commissioners. It has the authority to direct, control, lease, exchange, and sell school lands
and lands which have been or may be granted for the support and benefit of the various
state educational institutions, under such regulations and restrictions as may be
provided by law.
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