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Overview

Agency History

Scope and Contents of the Records

Arrangement of the Records

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Oil and Gas Division special permits and Rule 37 case files, 1926-2000, bulk 1926-1936,

Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Railroad Commission of Texas, Oil and Gas Division:

An Inventory of Oil and Gas Division Special Permits and Rule 37 Case Files at the Texas State Archives, 1926-2000, bulk 1926-1936



Overview

Creator: Railroad Commission of Texas. Oil and Gas Division.
Title: Oil and Gas Division special permits and Rule 37 case files
Dates: 1926-2000
Dates: bulk 1926-1936
Abstract: The Railroad Commission, through its Oil and Gas Division, regulates the exploration, production, and transportation of oil and natural gas in Texas. Records present include permits for drilling, applications to drill, correspondence, memos, telegrams, transcripts from hearings and other legal documents, plats, maps, charts, graphs, and photographs. Dates covered are 1926-2000, the bulk dating 1926-1936. These are special permits issued by the Oil and Gas Division of the Railroad Commission of Texas as exceptions to the Division's drilling rules. The permits were intended usually for individual wells rather than an entire field or reservoir. Examples include drilling with compressed air and drilling to offset drainage by neighboring wells. The majority of the records are hearing files concerning Rule 37, a rule that requires minimum distances between wells at drilling sites in order to protect field pressure and correlative rights. In addition to the special permit and Rule 37 case files for 1926-1936 (file numbers 2980-16,348), the Archives also holds the oversize exhibits from the Rule 37 hearings, which include maps, photographs, graphs, charts, etc., dating 1935-2000 (file numbers 8163-223,980).
Quantity: approximately 395.24 cubic ft.
Location: Please note that the oversize exhibits for the Rule 37 case files are stored at the State Records Center. Records requested before 10:00 a.m. will usually be available by 4:00 p.m. the same day. Records requested after 10:00 a.m. and before 3:00 p.m will usually be available by noon the next day.
Language These records are written in English.
Repository: Texas State Archives

Agency History

The Railroad Commission of Texas regulates the exploration, production, and transportation of oil and natural gas in Texas. Its statutory role is to prevent waste of the state's natural resources, to protect the correlative rights of different interest owners, to prevent pollution, and to provide safety in matters such as hydrogen sulfide. It oversees hazardous materials pipelines and natural gas pipelines and distribution systems as well as propane, butane, compressed natural gas, and liquefied natural gas. It works to make sure a continuous, safe supply of natural gas is available to Texas consumers at the lowest reasonable price. Additionally, the Commission regulates surface mining for coal, uranium, and iron ore gravel, and conducts a program for reclaiming lands that were mined and abandoned before 1975.

The Railroad Commission of Texas had its origin in the demands of the shipping public in the late 1880s that insisted that railroads be subject to regulation based on public interest. An advocate for governmental regulation, Attorney General James Stephen Hogg ran for Governor in 1890 with the issue of railroad regulation as the focal point of the campaign. Hogg was elected Governor in the general election and the voters also approved an amendment to Article X, Section 2 of the Texas Constitution that empowered the Legislature to enact statutes creating regulatory agencies. These elections paved the way for the Legislature to enact on April 3, 1891 "An Act to Establish a Railroad Commission of the State of Texas," that later was placed in the Texas Revised Civil Statutes under article 6444 et seq. (House Bills 1, 3, and 58, 22nd Texas Legislature, Regular Session).

The Commission originally consisted of three members appointed by the Governor for three-year terms. Governor Hogg appointed the first three Commissioners in 1891 including John H. Reagan, who resigned as U.S. Senator from Texas to serve as the first Chairman. The Texas Constitution, Article XIX, Section 30 was amended in 1894 to provide for elective six-year overlapping terms for the Commissioners. That same year John H. Reagan was elected and served until his retirement in 1903.

The Texas Railroad Commission was the first regulatory agency created in the State of Texas and originally had jurisdiction over the rates and operations of railroads, terminals, wharves and express companies. The legal focus was on intrastate passenger and freight activities. Interstate jurisdiction fell under the U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission. For the first twenty-five years of its existence, the Railroad Commission was largely concerned with regulating railroads, setting rates, receiving complaints, and making investigations. As other controversies arose where the Legislature deemed that the public interest could best be served by regulation, additional duties were assigned to the Railroad Commission.

The Railroad Commission's authority was broadened beginning in 1917 with the passage of the Pipeline Petroleum Law (Senate Bill 68, 35th Legislature, Regular Session) that declared pipelines to be common carriers like railroads and placed them under the Commission's jurisdiction. This was the first act to designate the Railroad Commission as the agency to administer conservation laws relating to oil and gas. The Commission's regulatory and enforcement powers in oil and gas were increased by the Oil and Gas Conservation Law (Senate Bill 350 of the 36th Legislature, Regular Session), effective June 18, 1919. This act gave the Railroad Commission jurisdiction to regulate the production of oil and gas. Acting upon this legislation, the Commission adopted in 1919 the first statewide rules regulating the oil and gas industry to promote conservation and safety, including Rule 37. This rule requires minimum distances between wells at drilling sites in order to protect field pressure and correlative rights.

The Oil and Gas Division works to prevent the waste of oil, gas, and geothermal resources and to prevent the pollution of fresh water from oil and gas operations. The division holds statewide hearings on market demand and provides for equitable production among operators by establishing monthly production allowables. It issues drilling permits, reviews and approves oil and gas well completions, collects data on oil and gas operations, and promotes public safety. It also protects underground drinking water through regulation of the underground injection of fluids in oil field operations, a program approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency under the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act. It oversees well plugging operations, site remediation, underground hydrocarbon storage, hazardous waste management, and maintains a large amount of data on wells - their location, production, etc. The division also investigates complaints and conducts other investigations. This division maintains 10 district offices where field enforcement and support personnel monitor oil and gas operations. The commission does not have the authority to set oil and gas prices at the wellhead. The departments within the Oil and Gas Division are: Administration, Technical Permitting, Field Operations, Administrative Compliance, and the Oil Field Cleanup Program, which includes Site Remediation and Well Plugging.

(Sources: Guide to Texas State Agencies, various editions; general laws and statutes; the Railroad Commission website (http://www.rrc.state.tx.us/about/index.php), accessed on February 9, 2009; and the records themselves.)

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Scope and Contents of the Records

The Railroad Commission, through its Oil and Gas Division, regulates the exploration, production, and transportation of oil and natural gas in Texas. Records present include permits for drilling, applications to drill, correspondence, memos, telegrams, transcripts from hearings and other legal documents, plats, maps, charts, graphs, and photographs. Dates covered are 1926-2000, the bulk dating 1926-1936. These are special permits issued by the Oil and Gas Division of the Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) as exceptions to the Division's drilling rules. The permits were intended usually for individual wells rather than an entire field or reservoir. Examples include drilling with compressed air and drilling to offset drainage by neighboring wells.

The majority of the records are hearing files concerning Rule 37, a rule that requires minimum distances between wells at drilling sites in order to protect field pressure and correlative rights. Rule 37 hearings are not regular hearings and they have their own unique docketing system. The files are individual applications by fee owners, leaseholders, and oil and gas companies for permits to drill on parcels of land too small to meet Rule 37's minimum distance requirements. An application to drill includes the following types of data - date, name of company or operator, name of lease, location of lease, field name, number of acres in lease, distance to nearest lease, depth of well, spacing pattern, density pattern, etc. The application to drill also notes if Rule 37 is involved, and if so, then the names and addresses of all offsetting operators or unleased mineral interest owners of each adjacent tract are provided, along with a plat. The correspondence is from the applicant to the RRC explaining why the exception should be granted. There can be waivers from adjacent property/lease holders of oil, gas or mineral rights, letters of objection from oil and gas companies, neighbors, etc. When there are serious objections, a hearing is held. Hearing transcripts may be present, along with permits to drill issued by the Railroad Commission.

Records include a numerical list to the special permits and Rule 37 case files, produced by the Railroad Commission for cases # 1 to #8,999, listing the applicant, case number, well number, lease, county, and disposition of the request. Also present is an index on microfiche to the microfilmed Rule 37 cases or dockets, giving the docket number, microfilm reel, and frame on the reel where the docket appears. The first entry is case or docket # 8163, through # 247,949, with a few scattered cases listed after that.

In addition to the special permit and Rule 37 case files for 1926-1936 (file numbers 2980-16,348), the Archives also holds the oversize exhibits from the Rule 37 hearings, which include maps, photographs, graphs, charts, etc., dating 1935-2000 (file numbers 8163-223,980). Most of the Rule 37 case files, from 1921 until about 2000 are on microfilm at the Railroad Commission. Cases from 2000 onward are still in their original paper format at the Railroad Commission. The Rule 37 oversize exhibits were not filmed. Not all of the Rule 37 cases or dockets had oversize exhibits, so files are not present for all case numbers.

Hearing schedules are posted on the RRC site, see http://www.rrc.state.tx.us/meetings/hearings/index.php

This finding aid describes one series of the Railroad Commission of Texas records. See Railroad Commission of Texas: An Overview of Records for more records series.

To prepare this inventory, the described materials were cursorily reviewed to delineate series, to confirm the accuracy of contents lists, to provide an estimate of dates covered, and to determine record types.

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Arrangement of the Records

These records are arranged into two groups by State Archives staff, Special permits and Rule 37 case files, and Rule 37 oversize exhibit files. Within each group the records are arranged as received from the agency - roughly chronological though retrieval is by sequentially assigned case numbers.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Materials housed in the State Archives do not circulate, but may be used in the State Archives search room. Materials will be retrieved from and returned to storage areas by staff members.

Restrictions on Use

Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted and may be freely used in any way. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).

Technical Requirements

Many of the materials in the Rule 37 exhibit files are oversize maps and other large format records and cannot be photocopied.

Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.

An index on microfiche to the Rule 37 case files is available. A microfiche reader is available in the Archives and Library building, ask staff for the location of the reader.

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Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Subjects:
Oil well drilling--Texas.
Gas drilling (Petroleum engineering)--Texas.
Gas industry--Texas.
Petroleum industry and trade--Texas.
Document Types:
Permits--Texas--Gas industry--1926-1936.
Transcripts--Texas--Gas industry--1926-1936.
Maps--Texas--Gas industry--1926-2000.
Correspondence--Texas--Gas industry--1926-1936.
Permits--Texas--Petroleum industry and trade--1926-1936.
Transcripts--Texas--Petroleum industry and trade--1926-1936.
Maps--Texas--Petroleum industry and trade--1926-2000.
Correspondence--Texas--Petroleum industry and trade--1926-1936.
Photographs--Texas--Petroleum industry and trade--1935-2000.
Photographs--Texas--Gas industry--1935-2000.
Functions:
Regulating the gas industry.
Regulating the petroleum industry.

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Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the agencies and subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives
Railroad Commission of Texas, Oil and Gas Division original orders, 1928-1977, 49 cubic ft.
Railroad Commission of Texas, Minutes, 1891-1996, 20.85 cubic ft. and 113 microfilm reels
Railroad Commission of Texas, Oil and Gas Division correspondence and reports, 1890-1943, bulk 1919-1935, 39.2 cubic ft.
Railroad Commission of Texas, Docket book, 1891-1898, 0.22 cubic ft.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item), Oil and Gas Division special permits and Rule 37 case files, Railroad Commission of Texas. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession number: 1982/328, 1982/358, 1983/055, 1983/108, 2002/008

These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Railroad Commission of Texas on June 23, August 9, and November 17, 1982; February 17, 1983; and September 18, 2001.

Processing Information

Processed by Paul Beck, April 1987

Rule 37 exhibits added by Laura K. Saegert, September 2003

DACS compliance by Laura K. Saegert, February 2009

Appraisal Information

These records were appraised as archival on March 16, 2001 as part of an agency wide appraisal of the Railroad Commission of Texas. This is one of 72 series appraised as archival. A copy of the report can be found online at http://www.tsl.state.tx.us/arc/appraisal/rrc1.html, a paper copy is also available in the State Archives search room.

Other Formats for the Records

Microfilm of the special permit and Rule 37 case files exists at the Railroad Commission, including film for some years of original papers records held by the Archives.

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Detailed Description of the Records

 

Oil and Gas Division special permits and Rule 37 case files, 1926-2000, bulk 1926-1936,
approximately 395.24 cubic ft.

Special permits and Rule 37 case files, 1926-1936
[The folder inventory for the permits and case files in this group only provides the first and last case numbers within each box, starting in 1926 and ending in 1936. Numbers were assigned sequentially as cases were filed, so the records are roughly in chronological order.]
Box
1982/328-30 2980-3160
Box
1982/328-31 3161-3295
Box
1982/328-32 3920-4302, 4671-4697
Box
1982/328-33 4303-4420
Box
1982/328-34 4421-4531
Box
1982/328-35 4532-4703
[See also box 1982/328-32.]
Box
1982/328-36 4704-4850
Box
1982/328-37 4851-4970
Box
1982/328-38 4971-5110
Box
1982/328-39 5111-5250
Box
1982/328-40 5251-5365
Box
1982/328-41 5366-5480
Box
1982/328-42 5481-5610
Box
1982/328-43 5611-5750
Box
1982/328-44 5751-5910
Box
1982/328-45 5911-6050
Box
1982/328-46 6051-6190
Box
1982/328-47 6191-6338
Box
1982/328-48 6339-6470
Box
1982/328-49 6471-6620
Box
1982/328-50 6621-6750
Box
1982/328-51 6751-6875
Box
1982/328-52 6876-7040
[Cases 7041-7090 are missing.]
Box
1982/358-1 7191-7345
Box
1982/358-2 7346-7470
Box
1982/358-3 7471-7570
Box
1982/358-4 7571-7669
Box
1982/358-5 7670-7765
Box
1982/358-6 7766-7880
Box
1982/358-7 7881-7982
Box
1982/358-8 7983-8064
Box
1982/358-9 8065-8180
Box
1982/358-10 8181-8300
Box
1982/358-11 8301-8405
Box
1982/358-12 8406-8515
Box
1982/358-13 8516-8635
Box
1982/358-14 8636-8745
Box
1982/358-15 8746-8850
Box
1982/358-16 8851-8970
Box
1982/358-17 8971-9025
Box
1982/358-18 9026-9140
Box
1982/358-19 9141-9290
Box
1982/358-20 9291-9425
Box
1982/358-21 9426-9560
Box
1982/358-22 9561-9680
Box
1982/358-23 9681-9805
Box
1982/358-24 9806-9965
Box
1982/358-25 9966-10, 100
Box
1982/358-26 10,101-10,225
[According to a note with the records, cases 10,101-10,197 were not microfilmed.]
Box
1982/358-27 10,226-10,340
Box
1982/358-28 10,341-10,465
Box
1982/358-29 10,466-10,615
Box
1982/358-30 10,616-10,758
Box
1982/358-31 10,759-10,880
Box
1982/358-32 10,881-11,035
Box
1982/358-33 11,036-11,180
Box
1982/358-34 11,181-11,335
Box
1982/358-35 11,336-11,470
Box
1982/358-36 11,471-11,600
Box
1982/358-37 11,601-11,700
Box
1982/358-38 11,701-11,789
Box
1982/358-39 11,798-11,982
Box
1982/358-40 12,176-12,320
Box
1982/358-41 12,321-12,439
Box
1982/358-42 12,440-12,590
Box
1983/055-1 13,046-13,150
Box
1983/055-2 13,151-13,255
Box
1983/055-3 13,256-13,360
Box
1983/055-4 13,361-13,465
Box
1983/055-5 13,466-13,560
Box
1983/055-6 13,561-13,650
Box
1983/055-7 13,651-13,755
Box
1983/055-8 13,756-13,860
Box
1983/055-9 13,861-13,960
Box
1983/055-10 13,961-14,080
Box
1983/055-11 14,081-14,185
Box
1983/108-1 14,186-14,333
Box
1983/108-2 13,334-14,476
Box
1983/108-3 14,477-14,603
Box
1983/108-4 14,604-14,728
Box
1983/108-5 14,729-14,851
Box
1983/108-6 14,852-14,992
Box
1983/108-7 14,993-15,146
Box
1983/108-8 15,147-15,191
Box
1983/108-9 15,193-15,318
Box
1983/108-10 15,319-15,462
Box
1983/108-11 15,463-15,611
Box
1983/108-12 15,612-15,721
Box
1983/108-13 15,722-15,785
Box
1983/108-14 15,786-15,819
Box
1983/108-15 15,820-15,958
Box
1983/108-16 18,959-16,072
Box
1983/108-17 16,073-16,164
Box
1983/108-18 16,165-16,256
Box
1983/108-19 16,257-16,348
Box
1983/108-20 Numerical list of cases numbers 1 through 8999
Rule 37 oversize exhibit files, 1935-2000
[Not all of the Rule 37 cases had oversize exhibits, so files are not present for all case numbers. Numbers listed are the first and last case files in each box.]
Box
2002/008-1 8163-16,638, 1935, 1985
Box
2002/008-2 16,643-16,970, 1935
Box
2002/008-3 16,973-17,325, 1935, 1981
Box
2002/008-4 17,330-17,923, 1935, 1981
Box
2002/008-5 17,924-18,125, 1935
Box
2002/008-6 18,126-18,345, 1935-1936
Box
2002/008-7 18,346-18,520, 1936
Box
2002/008-8 18,521-18,720, 1936
Box
2002/008-9 18,722-18,885, 1936
Box
2002/008-10 18,886-19,020, 1936
Box
2002/008-11 19,021-19,155, 1936
Box
2002/008-12 19,156-19,380, 1936
Box
2002/008-13 19,381-19,540, 1936
Box
2002/008-14 19,541-19,770, 1936
Box
2002/008-15 19,772-20,185, 1936
Box
2002/008-16 20,186-20,536, 1936
Box
2002/008-17 20,537-20,860, 1936
Box
2002/008-18 20,861-21,235, 1936
Box
2002/008-19 21,236-21,586, 1937
Box
2002/008-20 21,587-22,085, 1937, 1947
Box
2002/008-21 22,086-22,549, 1937
Box
2002/008-22 22,550-23,172, 1937
Box
2002/008-23 23,173-23,491, 1937
Box
2002/008-24 23,492-23,970, 1937
Box
2002/008-25 23,971-24,463, 1937
Box
2002/008-26 24,476-25,145, 1937-1940
Box
2002/008-27 25,148-25,865, 1937-1938
Box
2002/008-28 25,866-26,344, 1938
Box
2002/008-29 26,346-29,936, 1938
Box
2002/008-30 26,943-27,595, 1938
Box
2002/008-31 27,596-28,158, 1938-1939
Box
2002/008-32 28,159-28,752, 1939
Box
2002/008-33 28,755-29,178, 1939-1940
Box
2002/008-34 29,182-30,241, 1940
Box
2002/008-35 30,248-31,116, 1940
Box
2002/008-36 31,154-31,512, 1940
Box
2002/008-37 31,513-32,097, 1941
Box
2002/008-38 32,101-32,548, 1941
Box
2002/008-39 32,551-32,856, 1941
Box
2002/008-40 32,857-33,375, 1941
Box
2002/008-41 33,376-33,773, 1941-1942
Box
2002/008-42 33,774-34,192, 1942-1943
Box
2002/008-43 34,201-34,662, 1943-1946
Box
2002/008-44 34,663-35,147, 1944-1945
Box
2002/008-45 35,150-35,725, 1946
Box
2002/008-46 35,726-36,354, 1947
Box
2002/008-47 36,359-37,009, 1947
Box
2002/008-48 37,012-37,601, 1947-1948
Box
2002/008-49 37,613-38,254, 1948
Box
2002/008-50 38,255-38,627, 1948-1949
Box
2002/008-51 38,628-39,143, 1949
Box
2002/008-52 39,144-39,346, 1949
Box
2002/008-53 39,347-39,810, 1949-1950
Box
2002/008-54 39,811-40,168, 1950
Box
2002/008-55 40,169-40,447, 1950-1952
Box
2002/008-56 40,453-40,785, 1950
Box
2002/008-57 40,786-41,180, 1950
Box
2002/008-58 41,183-41,604, 1950-1951
Box
2002/008-59 41,605-41,924, 1951
Box
2002/008-60 41,928-42,520, 1951-1952
Box
2002/008-61 42,521-43,133, 1952
Box
2002/008-62 43,137-43,752, 1952-1953
Box
2002/008-63 43,753-44,310, 1953
Box
2002/008-64 44,313-44,880, 1952-1953
Box
2002/008-65 44,881-45,264, 1954
Box
2002/008-66 45,265-45,473, 1954
Box
2002/008-67 45,474-45,652, 1954
Box
2002/008-68 45,653-45,820, 1954-1956
Box
2002/008-69 45,821-46,125, 1955
Box
2002/008-70 46,126-46,483, 1955
Box
2002/008-71 46,484-46,650, 1955
Box
2002/008-72 46,651-46,812, 1955
Box
2002/008-73 46,814-46,970, 1955
Box
2002/008-74 46,971-47,135, 1955
Box
2002/008-75 47,136-47,305, 1955
Box
2002/008-76 47,306-47,571, 1955
Box
2002/008-77 47,752-47,780, 1955
Box
2002/008-78 47,781-48,009, 1955-1956
Box
2002/008-79 48,010-48,230, 1956
Box
2002/008-80 48,231-48,453, 1956
Box
2002/008-81 48,454-48,610, 1956
Box
2002/008-82 48,611-48,790, 1956
Box
2002/008-83 48,791-48,950, 1956
Box
2002/008-84 48,951-49,116, 1957
Box
2002/008-85 49,117-49,304, 1957
Box
2002/008-86 49,305-49,505, 1957
Box
2002/008-87 49,506-49,703, 1957
Box
2002/008-88 49,704-49,903, 1957
Box
2002/008-89 49,904-50,115, 1957-1958
Box
2002/008-90 50,116-50,313, 1957-1958
Box
2002/008-91 50,314-50,487, 1956-1958
Box
2002/008-92 50,488-50,720, 1958
Box
2002/008-93 50,721-50,924, 1958-1959
Box
2002/008-94 50,925-51,165, 1959, 1966
Box
2002/008-95 51,166-51,386, 1959
Box
2002/008-96 51,387-51,561, 1959
Box
2002/008-97 51,562-51,804, 1959
Box
2002/008-98 51,805-52,015, 1959-1960
Box
2002/008-99 52,016-52,240, 1960
Box
2002/008-100 52,241-52,248, 1960
Box
2002/008-101 52, 429-52,635, 1960
Box
2002/008-102 52,636-52,815, 1960
Box
2002/008-103 52,816-53,010, 1960-1961
Box
2002/008-104 53,011-53,165, 1961
Box
2002/008-105 53,166-53,355, 1961
Box
2002/008-106 53,356-53,525, 1961
Box
2002/008-107 53,526-53,764, 1961
Box
2002/008-108 53,767-53,965, 1961-1962, 1980
Box
2002/008-109 53,967-54,165, 1962
Box
2002/008-110 54,166-54,379, 1962
Box
2002/008-111 53,381-54,655, 1962, 1982
Box
2002/008-112 54,660-54,868, 1962-1963
Box
2002/008-113 54,869-55,055, 1963, 1972
Box
2002/008-114 55,056-55,330, 1963-1964
Box
2002/008-115 55,331-55,633, 1963, 1972
Box
2002/008-116 55,634-56,034, 1963-1964
Box
2002/008-117 56,035-56,397, 1964
Box
2002/008-118 56,402-56,796, 1964
Box
2002/008-119 56,798-57,245, 1964-1965, 1972
Box
2002/008-120 57,250-57,525, 1965
Box
2002/008-121 57,526-57,810, 1965
Box
2002/008-122 57,811-58,075, 1965
Box
2002/008-123 58,076-58,306, 1965
Box
2002/008-124 58,311-58,592, 1965
Box
2002/008-125 58,593-58,749, 1965
Box
2002/008-126 58,751-59,037, 1965-1966
Box
2002/008-127 59,038-59,204, 1966, 1972
Box
2002/008-128 59,205-59,497, 1966
Box
2002/008-129 59,498-59,816, 1966
Box
2002/008-130 59,817-59,949, 1966
Box
2002/008-131 59,951-60,225, 1966
Box
2002/008-132 60,226-60,395, 1966
Box
2002/008-133 60,396-60,640, 1966
Box
2002/008-134 60,651-60,790, 1967, 1976
Box
2002/008-135 60,791-60,930, 1967
Box
2002/008-136 60,931-61,298, 1967
Box
2002/008-137 61,302-61,545, 1967, 1981
Box
2002/008-138 61,546-61,675, 1967
Box
2002/008-139 61,676-62,009, 1967-1968
Box
2002/008-140 62,010-62,428, 1968
Box
2002/008-141 62,341-62,766, 1964-1968
Box
2002/008-142 62,767-63,008, 1968
Box
2002/008-143 63,012-63,282, 1968
Box
2002/008-144 63,286-63,739, 1969
Box
2002/008-145 63,743-63,940, 1969
Box
2002/008-146 63,941-64,263, 1969
Box
2002/008-147 64,276-64,570, 1969
Box
2002/008-148 64,572-64,802, 1969-1970
Box
2002/008-149 64,806-65,145, 1969-1970
Box
2002/008-150 65,146-65,660, 1970
Box
2002/008-151 65,671-66,312, 1970
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2002/008-152 66,334-66,650, 1970-1971
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2002/008-153 66,657-66,952, 1971
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2002/008-154 66,972-67,235, 1971
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2002/008-155 67,236-67,435, 1971
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2002/008-156 67,436-67,645, 1971
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2002/008-157 67,647-68,170, 1972, 1979
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2002/008-158 68,173-68,459, 1972
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2002/008-159 68,462-68,689, 1972
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2002/008-160 68,692-69,175, 1972
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2002/008-161 69,176-69,610, 1973
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2002/008-162 69,612-69,954, 1973
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2002/008-163 69,958-70,292, 1973
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2002/008-164 70,301-70,765, 1973
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2002/008-165 70,767-71,191, 1974
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2002/008-166 71,205-71,688, 1974, 1985
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2002/008-167 71,700-72,297, 1974
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2002/008-168 72,309-72799, 1974
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2002/008-169 72,813-73,148, 1974
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2002/008-170 73,159-73,765, 1975
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2002/008-171 73,766-74,180, 1975
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2002/008-172 74,181-74,630, 1975
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2002/008-173 74,632-75,098, 1975
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2002/008-174 75,101-75,476, 1975-1976
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2002/008-175 75,490-76,040, 1976
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2002/008-176 76,044-76,610, 1976
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2002/008-177 76,612-76,921, 1976
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2002/008-178 76,926-77,520, 1976-1977
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2002/008-179 77,551-78,281, 1977
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2002/008-180 78,292-78,780, 1977
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2002/008-181 78,791-79,101, 1977
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2002/008-182 79,102-79,297, 1977
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2002/008-183 79,298-79,491, 1977-1978
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2002/008-184 79,492-79,725, 1978
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2002/008-185 79,726-80,816, 1978
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2002/008-186 80,831-82,032, 1978-1979
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2002/008-187 82,043-83,015, 1979
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2002/008-188 83,025-84,579, 1979, 1987
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2002/008-189 84,597-85,668, 1980
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2002/008-190 85,675-87,375, 1980, 1988
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2002/008-191 87,392-88,663, 1992, 1994
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2002/008-192 88,667-89,351, 1981, 1986
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2002/008-193 89,352-90,512, 1981-1982
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2002/008-194 90,536-91,311, 1983, 2000
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2002/008-195 91,321-91,959, 1982-1983
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2002/008-196 91,963-92,813, 1983, 1991
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2002/008-197 92,814-93,675, 1983
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2002/008-198 93,719-94,250, 1983
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2002/008-199 94,316-95,342, 1984
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2002/008-200 95,350-96,420, 1985
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2002/008-201 96,425-97,115, 1984
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2002/008-202 97,130-97,630, 1984
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2002/008-203 97,631-98,156, 1984, 1987
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2002/008-204 98,166-98,593, 1985
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2002/008-205 98,594-98,925, 1985
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2002/008-206 98,926-99,216, 1985
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2002/008-207 99,217-99,375, 1985
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2002/008-208 99,376-99,600, 1986, 1999
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2002/008-209 99,602-99,798, 1985
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2002/008-210 99,800-99,979, 1985
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2002/008-211 99,980-100,108, 1985
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2002/008-212 100,110-100,260, 1985
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2002/008-213 100,261-100,459, 1985, 1989
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2002/008-214 100,461-100,665, 1985-1986
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2002/008-215 100,667-100,990, 1985-1986
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2002/008-216 199,991-101,199, 1986
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2002/008-217 101,202-101,442, 1986
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2002/008-218 101,444-101,636, 1986, 1990
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2002/008-219 101,640-101,845, 1986
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2002/008-220 101,849-101,966, 1986
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2002/008-221 101,967-102,105, 1986
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2002/008-222 102,106-102,274, 1986
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2002/008-223 102,279-102,506, 1987
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2002/008-224 102,511-102,736, 1987, 1993
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2002/008-225 102,738-102,880, 1987-1988
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2002/008-226 102,881-102,972, 1987
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2002/008-227 102,973-103,100, 1987
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2002/008-228 103,101-103,200, 1987
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2002/008-229 103,201-103,305, 1987
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2002/008-230 103,306-103,471, 1987
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2002/008-231 103,472-103,592, 1987
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2002/008-232 103,593-103,733, 1987, 1992
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2002/008-233 103,744-104,230, 1988, 1992
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2002/008-234 104,231-104,555, 1988-1990
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2002/008-235 104,561-104,770, 1988
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2002/008-236 104,771-104,890, 1988
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2002/008-237 104,892-105,021, 1988
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2002/008-238 105,022-105,180, 1988
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2002/008-239 105,181-105,333, 1988, 2000
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2002/008-240 105,337-105,537, 1989
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2002/008-241 105,538-105,614, 1984, 1989
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2002/008-242 105,615-105,880, 1989
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2002/008-243 105,882-106,108, 1989-1990
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2002/008-244 106,111-106,478, 1989, 1992
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2002/008-245 106,481-106,665, 1989-1990
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2002/008-246 106,678-106,837, 1990
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2002/008-247 106,838-106,983, 1990
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2002/008-248 106,986-107,081, 1990
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2002/008-249 107,082-107,185, 1990-1991
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2002/008-250 107,186-107,302, 1990
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2002/008-251 107,303-107,390, 1990
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2002/008-252 107,391-107,532, 1990
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2002/008-253 107,533-107,760, 1990
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2002/008-254 107,761-108,015, 1990
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2002/008-255 108,017-108,189, 1991
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2002/008-256 108,201-108,478, 1991
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2002/008-257 108,481-108,705, 1991
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2002/008-258 108,706-108,998, 1991, 1995
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2002/008-259 109,000-109,125, 1991, 2000
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2002/008-260 109,126-109,298, 1991
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2002/008-261 109,300-109,456, 1991-1992
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2002/008-262 109,457-109,599, 1992
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2002/008-263 109,600-109,730, 1992
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2002/008-264 109,731-109,820, 1992
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2002/008-265 109,827-109,950, 1992
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2002/008-266 109,951-110,065, 1992
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2002/008-267 110,066-200,064, 1992
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2002/008-268 200,070-200,499, 1992
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2002/008-269 200,501-201,139, 1992-1993
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2002/008-270 201,157-201,588, 1993
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2002/008-271 201,631-202,330, 1993
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2002/008-272 202,358-203,236, 1993-1994
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2002/008-273 203,237-203,850, 1993-1995
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2002/008-274 203,903-204,671, 1993-1994
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2002/008-275 204,728-205,406, 1994
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2002/008-276 205,407-205,667, 1994
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2002/008-277 205,680-206,292, 1994
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2002/008-278 206,303-206,745, 1994-1995
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2002/008-279 206,747-207,490, 1994-1995
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2002/008-280 207,492-208,459, 1994-1995
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2002/008-281 208,499-208,996, 1995
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2002/008-282 209,003-209,749, 1995
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2002/008-283 209,751-210,258, 1995
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2002/008-284 210,262-210,986, 1995-1996
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2002/008-285 211,033-211,768, 1996
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2002/008-286 211,773-212,296, 1996
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2002/008-287 212,311-212,700, 1996
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2002/008-288 212,701-213,256, 1996
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2002/008-289 213,270-213,813, 1996-1999
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2002/008-290 213,817-214,140, 1996
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2002/008-291 214,144-214,499, 1996
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2002/008-292 214,503-214,986, 1996-1997
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2002/008-293 215,010-215,980, 1997-1999
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2002/008-294 216,010-217,297, 1997
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2002/008-295 217,307-217,697, 1997
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2002/008-296 217,699-217,997, 1997
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2002/008-297 218,007-219,993, 1997-1998
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2002/008-298 220,078-221,996, 1998-1999
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2002/008-299 222,007-222,599, 1999
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2002/008-300 223,865-223,980, 2000
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2002/008-301 Docket index to Rule 37 cases
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