Published 1996 by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, California State Office in Sacramento, Calif .
Written in EnglishRead online
|Statement||J.R. Evans, editor ... [et al.].|
|Series||Special publication 1996, Special publication (United States. Bureau of Land Management. California State Office) -- 1996.|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management. California State Office|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 278 p. :|
|Number of Pages||278|
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Bureau of Land Management. California State Office Replaces the previous location and patenting guides, two separate volumes, with this consolidated handbook Pages: MINING CLAIMSA mining claim is a parcel of land for which the claimant has asserted a right of possession and the right to develop and extract a discovered, valuable, mineral deposit.
This right does not include exclusive surface rights (see Public Law ).There are three basic types of minerals on federally-administered lands: locatable, leasable, and salable. mining claims, tunnel sites, and mill sites on Federal lands within their boundaries.
This pamphlet is a brief introduction to the locatable minerals program on Federal lands. The last section of this booklet provi&s sources for finding more information on the following topics: (1) geology and mineral re-File Size: KB.
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Sacramento, Calif.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, California State Office,  (OCoLC) California hasmining claims on public land listed in The Diggings™. Of these claims, % are active while % are now closed. San Bernardino, Inyo. Mineral law and regulation citations --The concept of discovery and validity on lode and placer mining claims --Validity of mill sites --Location of mining claims and sites --Recordation (filing) of mining claims and sites --Maintenance fee payments, waivers, assessment work and appropriate affidavits and notices --Mining and reclamation plans.
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It shows locations, monuments and claim maps. This book is written by the Bureau of Land Management. San Francisco, California Miners Association.  Discovery location recordation and assessment work for mining claims and sites in California. Sacramento, CA., B.L.M.
Special Publication.  Patenting mining claims and mill sites in California. Sacramento, CA., B.L.M. Special Publication.  Foothill counties mining : Wynn Tranfield. Sample certificate of location for a mill site not located by aliquot part of rectangular survey 47 Sample notice of location for a tunnel right (site) 48 Sample certificate of location for a tunnel right 49 Sample claim maintenance fee form 50 Sample.
Find yourself a copy of "Location and Validity of mining claims" and "Location and Patenting of mining claims and Mill sites in California" Both can be found probably online at the Dept of Interior/BLM and of the State of California web sites Some dry reading, but valuable information.
Bill. Mining Claims & Mill Sites in California: U.S. Dept of Interior: Location & Patenting: Opal, Advanced Cutting & Setting: Paul Downing, PhD: Opal Cutting Made Easy: Paul Downing, PhD: Guide to Cutting Opal: Pearl Book (Definitive Buying Guide) Antoinette Matlins: Paperback Book: Rockhounding Arizona: William A.
Kappele: Sites, Maps: Rock. Amending/patenting mining claims Site Development It codifies the system of acquiring mining claims on public land that was formed in California and Nevada in the late s, s, and s, during the California gold rush. In some cases the operator may import a mill from another location or upgrade a previously existing mill.
Patenting mining claims and mill sites in California / (Sacramento, Calif.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, California State Office, ), by James R. Evans and United States.
Bureau of Land Management. California State Office (page images at HathiTrust). Determination of land ownership and location and contact with the owner can be a time-consuming chore but one which has to be done before prospecting can begin.
Determination of the location and extent of public lands open to mineral entry for prospecting and mining purposes also is a time consuming but necessary requirement.
Subjects: personal background, importance of Steen's strike, uranium boom and California gold rush, requirements on mining claims, recorder's book, names of claims, patenting a claim, oil discovery at Anna and Big Indian, claim taxes and San Juan county, Charlie Steen, national press on.
Mining Claims Under the General Mining Laws; Surface Management. [M] regarding the proper acreage ratio for mining claims and mill sites and its implementation via the existing regulations. This final rule does not contain provisions expressly addressing that opinion.
30 U.S.C. 22 allows the location of mining claims subject. A lode claim can be located over a placer claim once a valid lode discovery is made by either the owner of the preexisting placer claim or by another if invited by that placer claim owner to prospect the claim. The owner of a valid mining location, whether lode or placer, has the right to the exclusive possession and enjoyment of all the.
Subjects: personal background, importance of Steen's strike, uranium boom and California gold rush, requirements on mining claims, recorder's book, names of claims, patenting a claim, oil.
H – Administration of Mining Claims, Mill Sites, and Tunnel Sites (Public) 1. Explanation of Materials Transmitted: This release transmits the Handbook for the Administration of Mining Claims. Reports Required: None. Materials Superseded: There are no File Size: 9MB.
Lode claims were subject to the customs and rules of local mining districts, as long as they did not conflict with federal law. The law also provided for the patenting of lode claims on which at least $1, in actual labor and improvements had been completed.
(c) If you hold a valid mining claim, mill site, or tunnel site located in any BLM wilderness area before the general mining laws ceased to apply to that area, you may maintain your mining claim or site, so long as you comply with the general mining laws, the regulations in part of this chapter, and the Act of Congress designating the.
responsibility for the Glacier Basin mining district. Hall immediately saw that mining in the park was a problem, and assigned ranger Thomas E.
O’Farrell the task of becoming familiar with the mining operation in Glacier Basin. By this time, O’Farrell had two years priorexperience man aging the Carbon River District under Allen.
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--". SILVERADO NEVADA, INC. IBLA through Decided J of two mill sites. Eighteen of the claims are the Hydro A through the Hydro A. For this reason, the claims have been The General Mining Law of established detailed procedures for the.
The General Mining Act of encourages exploration, claiming and mining of valuable mineral deposits by U.S. citizens of “ordinary prudence” within public lands that are unclaimed and open for mineral entry.
The Diggings™ website states that 3, mining claims have been recorded within the U.S., of which about 10 percent are currently : Kim Stringfellow. Patenting mining claims and mill sites in California.
(Sacramento, CA: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, California State Office, ), by United States. Bureau of Land Management. California State Office (page images at HathiTrust) General index. From: Location and patenting of mining claims and mill sites in California, edition, pg.
"Location of Lode Over Placer Mining Claims and the Reverse". "Placer mining claims have an equality both in procedure and rights with lode claims, but a lode claim provides no rights to placer deposits and a placer claim provides no rights to.
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The property consists of 26 patented claims which are held by the Company under lease from the Bradley Mining Company of San Francisco, California, and 57 unpatented claims. The lease provides for production royalties equal to 6% of net smelter returns plus 10% of cumulative cash flow, and also provides for a minimum royalty payment of $3, The property consists of 26 patented claims which are held by Hecla under lease from the Bradley Mining Company of San Francisco, California.
The lease provides for production royalties equal to 6% of net smelter returns plus 10% of cumulative cash flow and also provides for a minimum royalty payment of $3, per month reduced by current.
One such amendment has become law and has imposed a moratorium on the patenting of mining claims, which reduced the security of title provided by unpatented claims such as those on our U.S. properties. Location: Our patented mill (fee simple) site is located in section 6, township 12 south, range 47 east in the SW1/4 of the section, and the.
We located additional unpatented mining claims in andand now have a % interest in total unpatented mining claims. Some of our mining claims and a portion of a defined area of influence surrounding the claims were previously subject to a production royalty of 2% of NSR royalty payable to Freeport, but the Company purchased the.
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This includes the staking of the claim, sinking a discovery shaft, discovery of a valuable mineral, posting a notice of location and recording the claim. In a broad sense there are 4 types of location: lode or vein, placer, tunnel and mill site. In a secondary meaning, a location is the mining claim covered by an act of appropriate or location.
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Folder 2: Belle Chasse Tunnel Book Three - materials price quotations, correspondence and offers from various companies to provide services, materials, or labor. Folder 3: Belle Chasse Tunnel Book Four - bid specifications. The amount reflects projected changes in the costs of unemployment compensation claims to be paid to the Department of Labor, Federal Employees Compensation Account, in the Unemployment Trust Fund, pursuant to Public Law The amount reflects changes in the costs payable to General Services Administration (GSA) and others for.The Standard Creek prospect consists of 24 unpatented lode mining claims, and the East Bull prospect consists of 19 unpatented lode mining claims, located on federal land in Lincoln County, Montana.
All of these claims have been filed with the BLM and their serial numbers can be found in Exhibits that are included with this filing.mining in and to develop a pulp and paper mill on timber land along Nova Scotia's St.
Croix River. So lucrative was this business that by he had built a mansion on the site and had furnished it with French mirrors, commissioned paintings and a piano, which he played with considerable skill.
Surrounding his home were cottages of.