The Governor and the Council of State are hereby authorized, in their discretion and
at such times as the development of the mineral resources and the expansion of mining
operations in the State justify and make reasonably necessary, to create and establish
as a part of the Department a Bureau of Mines, or a mineral museum in cooperation
with the National Park Service, to be located in the western part of the State, with
a view to rendering such aid and assistance to mining developments in this State as
may be helpful in this expanding industry, and to allocate from the Contingency and
Emergency Fund such funds as may reasonably be necessary for the establishment and
operation of such Bureau of Mines or mineral museum.
The Department may adopt rules governing the operation of a Bureau of Mines or mineral
museum established under this section.
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