A Treatise on Practical and Theoretical Mine Ventilation

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J. Wiley & Sons, 1884 - 141 halaman
 

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SECTION 17What constitutes possession 18Character of possessory right
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Expansion of Gases
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20Qualifications entitling persons to explore occupy
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Falling Bodies
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31 Advantages of Splits
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Area of Airways
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Problem on splitting the
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CONTENTS
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CHAPTER II
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Natural Ventilation 11 MotiveColumn Head of Air 12 Variation of Temperature Effects of 23
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SECTION 63Nature and effect of patent 64When patent void
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Water Gauge and Pressure
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68What passes by patent
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CHAPTER III
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70Reservations in grants of public land
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71Patents to mining claims
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72What conveyed
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Doors and Regulators
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74Adverse claims
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SafetyLamps 14 Comparison of SafetyLamps and their Efficiency 14a Detection of FireDamp 29
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CHAPTER IX
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SECTION 89Mineral land open to exploration and purchase 90Status of lode claims previously located preserved by act of 1872
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91 Location of claims
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92Tunnel locations
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93Recording location
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94Annual expenditure on old locations
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95Annual expenditure on new locations
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Prevention of Explosions 36 Efficient Ventilation
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98Relocation
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99Timber
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100Local laws rules and customs
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37 Air Measurements 38 Method of Procedure
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102PatentWhat is conveyed
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103SameReservations
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Barometer
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106SameWhether as lode or placer claims
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107SameBy whom application should be made
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108SameWhere application filed
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CHAPTER XI
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110SameFiling and posting diagram and notice
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Fans
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112SameSurveyPlatExtent of claims
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113Instructions to deputy mineral surveyors where com missioner is exofficio surveyorgeneral
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114_Expenditure for patent 115SameProofWitnessesAffidavits
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116To whom patent will issueTo whom delivered
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Guibal
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118_Purchase money 119Hearings as to character of land
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120SameBurden of proof
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121Cross lodes
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Formulas
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Problems
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SECTION 125SameWhat filed with adverse claim 126SameAffidavitFees
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127SameProceedings in court in support
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128SameEffect of waiver by applicant
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129SameWaiver by adverse claimant
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130Conflicts not considered as adverse claims
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131Protests
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132Appeals
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133Easements
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134Town sites
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135Water rights
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Il sites
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136Mill sites 1 CHAPTER XIV
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and purchase mineral lands
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21Discovery 22What must be discovered
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23Manner of discovery 24Rights secured by discovery
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25Location
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Quantity of Air necessary per
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Treatment of Asphyxiated Persons
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27Provisions as to recording and herein of notice to subsequent purchasers
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28What record to containDescription
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29Annual labor
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30Forfeiture
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31Relocation of entire claim forfeited
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32Relocation of claims forfeited to coowners
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33Abandonment
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34Surface rights acquired by location
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35Right to side veins
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36Right to dipApex
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37SameVeins uniting on the dip 37aRight to cross veins
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CHAPTER IV
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42Abandonment CHAPTER V
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71Patents to mining claims
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72What conveyed
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ARIZONA
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73Land office regulationsApplication 74Adverse claims
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18Extent of tunnel claimLength
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MINERS RIGHTS AND REMEDIES
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151Tenancy in common
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151aMining partnership
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152Corporations
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153Mining claimsReal estate
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154Conveyance of mining claims
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155Mining contracts
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156Miners liens
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157Taxation
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ARIZONA
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CALIFORNIA
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189Assessment and sales for nonpayment of stock of corporations generally
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190Amendments of articles of associationOr certificate of incorporation 191Removal of officers of corporations
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192Protection of stockholders in mining corporations 193Mining partnerships
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194Conveyance of mining claims
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195Sale of decedents interests in mines 196Sale of state mineral lands
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197Liens 198Taxation 199Easements Rights of way Ditches Drains Flumes and tunnelsDumpage
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200Water rights
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201Police regulationsProtection of miners
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202Quicksilver 203Fixtures
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SECTION 254Injunction for affirmative reliefRestitution 255Notice essential to affirmative relief
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BFixtures SECTION 212Right of way for hauling quartz 213Soldiers claimsWhen forfeited
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214District recordsTranscripts used as evidence 215Locations to conform to act of Congress 216_Validating former preemptions and locations 217Pr...
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220Recording 221What location certificate to contain 222Location and boundaries
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223Marking surface boundaries 224Substitute for discovery shaft 225Time for sinking discovery shaft 226What location includes
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227Lodes not followed beyond lines on the strike 228Right of way for ditches and flumes 229Security of surface rights
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230Additional certificate of location
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231Affidavit of work and improvements 232Relocation of abandoned claims 233Certificate to cover but one location 234 Survey of mines in litigat...
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236Homicide on forcible entry Aiders and abettors
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237Drainage of contiguous mines 238Contribution by parties benefited
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239Companies for drainage incorporated 240Forced contribution to drainage 241Inspection to determine cost of drainage
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242When water from mines becomes common property
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243Liability for damage caused by drainage from mines 244No drainage of undeveloped mines 245Evidence under this act 246Location and record...
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247Annual laborForfeiture
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248Evidence of customs admissible in actions 249Inspection of mines in litigation
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Pleadings in possessory actionComplaint
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251The answer 252No abatement of damages on account of improve ments 253Injunctions
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256Coal mines
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COLORADO
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H LXVI
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259Costs in adverse suits
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260Liens
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261Limitations
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262Ore 263Public lands
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264School of mines
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265Weights and measures 266Taxation
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267IrrigationWater rights SEC IV DAKOTA 26885 Location and size of mining claimsRecording 2869cSurvey of disputed claimsLimitationsInjun...
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274Requisite of location
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275Time discoverer has to perform labor 276Certificate construed to contain 277Claim not beyond exterior lines 278Claims subject to right of
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279Owner may demand security from miner 280Filing amended certificate 281Work performed annually
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282Affidavit of labor 283Relocating abandoned claims
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284One certificate one location 285Fee for recording
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SECTION 289dMiners lienSubcontractors journeymen labor ers material men 289eSameContractors Preparation of oresSuperin tendents etc Mechan...
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MONTANA SECTION 290Discovery and record of quartz claims 291What must be discovered 292Length and width of lode claims 293Prior discov...
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notice 295Repeal 296CustomsLimitations
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296aAliens 2966Rights of wa Condemnation 296cTunnels
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296dDistrict records 296eTaxation of mine 296fSales of interests of deceased persons
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2969Penal provisionsWeights and measuresFailure to accountUnguarded excavations IV DAKOTA R85 Location and size of mining claimsRecordin...
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COLORADO 20417 CH LXVI GEN LAWS MINES AND MINING CLAIMS _21833 PRESENT LAW OF LOCATION ETC LODE CLAIMS 234...
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CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS
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270Discoverer to record claim 271When certificate void 272Manner of locating 273Marking surface boundaries
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286 Disputed claimsSurvey of mineLimitations 287Injunctions 288Location and notice of claim 289_Recording of claims 289aDestruction of notice...
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274 Requisite of location
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275Time discoverer has to perform labor 276Certificate construed to contain 277Claim not beyond exterior lines 278Claims subject to right of
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279Owner may demand security from miner 280Filing amended certificate 281Work performed annually
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282Afidavit of labor 183Relocating abandoned claims
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84One certificate one location 85Fee for recording
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86Disputed claimsSurvey of mineLimitations 37Injunctions 18Location and notice of claim 19Recording of claims 9aDestruction of noticeMisdemea...
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2896Rights of way and easements
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289cWater rights
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298Recording claims
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299Conveyance of mining claims
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300Partition of claims
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301ActionsLimitation
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303Corporations 304SameRemoval of officers 305SameAs tenants in commonActions by for con tribution
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NEW MEXICO 303 Location of lode claims 310Record books to be provided 311Value of days laborEight hour law 312 Validating prior locations ...
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OREGON 115Lode claimsLength and width 16Location of ClaimsRecord Forfeiture 17Number of claims on one vein 18Annual labor 19Duty of co...
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12ConveyancesLiens 3 Mortgages on placer claims 4Recording ſee 5AmendmentsLodesLocal lawsPlacer claims Water rights
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SECTION 204Term Claims definedPrior rights preserved 205Right of way for water
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361Penal provisionsDestroying notice 362Antedating notice 363Miners liens 364Expenditures Abandonment SaltingAssess ment of nonresidents
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LAND OFFICE REGULATIONS
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UTAH
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76Status of lode claims located prior to May 10 1872
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77Patents for veins or lodes heretofore issued 78Manner of locating claims on veins or lodes after May 10 1872
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84Mill sites 85Proof of citizenship of mining claimants 86Appointment of deputy surveyors of mining claims Charges for surveys and publicationsF...
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88Regulations under the coal land
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206Security of surface rights 207Record of tunnel claims 208Tunnel claims defined 209Crosslodes or lodes uniting
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210Two crevices the same lode 211Flooding claims
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45Survey
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46Record
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3 Location of lode claim Defacing notices or recordsDestroying monu ments
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County records Fees of recorders and their duties Records public XI WASHINGTON TERRITORY
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Halaman 13 - States governing their possessory title, shall have the exclusive right of possession and enjoyment of all the surface included within the lines of their locations, and of all veins, lodes, and ledges throughout their entire depth, the top or apex of which lies inside of such surface lines extended downward vertically, although such veins, lodes, or ledges may so far depart from a perpendicular in their course downward as to extend outside the vertical side lines of such surface locations.
Halaman 14 - On each claim located after the tenth day of May, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, and until a patent has been issued therefor, not less than one hundred dollars' worth of labor shall be performed or improvements made during each year.
Halaman 14 - ... upon a failure to comply with these conditions, the claim or mine upon which such failure occurred shall be open to relocation in the same manner as if no location of the same had ever been made, provided that the original locators, their heirs, assigns, or legal representatives, have not resumed work upon the claim after failure and before such location.
Halaman 17 - It shall be the duty of the adverse claimant, within thirty days after filing his claim, to commence proceedings in a court of competent jurisdiction, to determine the question of the right of possession, and prosecute the same with reasonable diligence to final judgment; and a failure so to do shall be a waiver of his adverse claim.
Halaman 24 - Every person above the age of twenty-one years, who is a citizen of the United States...
Halaman 155 - Mining claims upon veins or lodes of quartz or other rock in place bearing gold, silver, cinnabar, lead, tin, copper, or other valuable deposits...
Halaman 2 - ... local customs or rules of miners in the several mining districts, so far as the same are applicable and not inconsistent with the laws of the United States.
Halaman 16 - ... and he shall also post such notice in his office for the same period. The claimant at the time of filing this application, or at any time thereafter, within the sixty days of publication, shall file with the register a certificate of the United States surveyor general that five hundred dollars...
Halaman 22 - ... survey and sale, there have been homesteads made by citizens of the United States, or persons who have declared their intention to become citizens, which homesteads have been made, improved, and used for agricultural...
Halaman 22 - Whenever, by priority of possession, rights to the use of water for mining, agricultural, manufacturing or other purposes, have vested and accrued, and the same are recognized and acknowledged by the local customs, laws and the decisions of courts, the possessors and owners of such vested rights shall be maintained and protected in the same...

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