1 edition of Patenting mining claims and mill sites in California found in the catalog.
Patenting mining claims and mill sites in California
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, California State Office in Sacramento, Calif
Written in English
|Statement||J.R. Evans, editor ... [et al.].|
|Series||Special publication, Special publication (United States. Bureau of Land Management. California State Office)|
|Contributions||Evans, James R., 1931-, United States. Bureau of Land Management. California State Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 85, , 4 p. :|
|Number of Pages||85|
A. The Mining Law Treats Mining Claims and Mill Sites Differently The Mining Law makes "all valuable mineral deposits in lands belonging to the United States free and open to exploration and purchase." 30 U.S.C. $ Under the Mining Law, persons can obtain the right to develop these minerals by staking or "locating" mining claims. For instance, large placer gold mining claims ( acres, for example) that a topographic map, photographs or on-site inspection clearly shows contains only 40 acres of placer gold bearing stream, or river channel, should only be a 40 acre placer gold mining claim. Because the excess ground is not placer type mineral-in-character.
All records of lode or placer mining claims, mill sites or tunnel rights made by any mining district recorder or any county recorder prior to Ma , are hereby declared to be valid and to have the same force and effect as records made in pursuance of the provisions of NRS to , inclusive. Mining Rights on the Public Domain: Lode and Placer Claims, Tunnels, MIll Sites and Water Rights (Classic Reprint) [Morrison, Robert Stewart] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Mining Rights on the Public Domain: Lode and Placer Claims, Tunnels, MIll Sites and Water Rights (Classic Reprint)Author: Robert Stewart Morrison.
A mill site must be located on "non-mineral lands" and must be noncontiguous to the lode or placer with which it is associated. Its purpose is to support a lode or placer mining operation. A mill site must include the erection of a mill or reduction works and/or may include other uses in support of a mining . Mining claim (United States) A mining claim is the claim of the right to extract minerals from a tract of public land. In the United States, the practice began with the California gold rush of In the absence of effective government, the miners in each new mining camp made up their own rules, and chose to essentially adopt Mexican mining law then in effect in California.
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textsLocation and patenting of mining claims and mill sites in California. Location and patenting of mining claims and mill sites in California. Evans, James R., ; United States.
Bureau of Land Management. California State Office. Replaces the previous location and patenting guides, two separate volumes, with this consolidated handbook and includes applicable Federal Pages: Patenting mining claims and mill sites in California.
Sacramento, Calif.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, California State Office, (OCoLC) Get this from a library. Patenting mining claims and mill sites in California. [James R Evans; United States. Bureau of Land Management.
California State Office.;]. textsLocation and Patenting mining claims and mill sites in California book of mining claims and mill sites in California.
Location and patenting of mining claims and mill sites in California. Evans, James R., ; United States. Bureau of Land Management. California State : To stake a tunnel site, two stakes are placed up to 3, feet apart on the line of the proposed tunnel. Recordation is the same as a lode claim.
(43 CFR ) Mill Site - Public lands which are non-mineral in character. Mill Sites may be located in connection with a placer or lode claim for mining and for mining and milling purposes.
(43 CFR ). Location and Patenting of Mining Claims and Mill Sites in California - A $ handbook which explains the procedures for locating and /or patenting mining claims and sites. Last updated in Publications available free-of-charge(You can order these by mail, phone call, e-mail, or in person).
43 CFR - Required Fees for Mining Claims or Sites. 43 CFR - Waivers from Annual Maintenance Fees 43 CFR - Annual Assessment Work Requirements for Mining Claims 43 CFR - Acquiring a Delinquent Co-Claimant's Interest in a Mining Claim or a Site. 43 CFR - Special Procedures for Locating and Recording Mining Claims and.
Mining claims are staked for locatable minerals on public domain lands. Locatable minerals include both metallic minerals (gold, silver, lead, etc.) and nonmetallic minerals (fluorspar, asbestos, mica, etc.). It is nearly impossible to list all locatable minerals.
Mill Sites may be located in connection with a placer or lode claim for mining and milling purposes or as an independent/custom mill site that is independent of a mining claim. Mill Sites are located by metes and bounds or legal subdivision and are up to 5 acres in size.
California hasmining claims on public land listed in The Diggings™. Of these claims, % are active while % are now closed. San Bernardino, Inyo, and Imperial are the most active counties in California. Patented Mine with Proven Gold Reserves ofounces also containing silver and copper. The mine includes 3 contiguous lode claims totaling a Located in California, USA.
Approximately 80 acres of patented land and several unpatented claims. Previously producing gold mine. Resting on 71 gorgeous and timber lucrative acres, this.
Location and Validity of Mining Claims and Sites in California [Evan, J. et al] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Location and Validity of Mining Claims and Sites in CaliforniaPrice: $ US v.
Shumway (9th Circuit Court of Appeals; No. ) “The owner of a mining or mill site claim does not need a patent, or a vested right to issuance of a patent, to possess and use the property for legitimate mining or milling purposes. A mining or mill site claim is ‘property in the fullest sense of the word.’” Also in US v.
Mining Claims and Sites Anyone who is a citizen of the United States or has declared an intention to become a citizen may locate a mining claim. A corporation organized under State laws may also locate a mining ' claim.
The Government considers corporations to have the same standing as a citizen. A claim held by an alien is voidableFile Size: KB. Get your own mining claim!. Hurry, before they are all gone!. The SALE ends on Little Grizzly Creek claims. If you wanted on, we will honor the sale price till the end of the week.
- May 3. The Mustang Mining Project - SOLD. May 1; The Amigo Mining Project in Arizona is available. Update Prospector's Club Claim List - April Mining Law: From Location to Patent. Terry S. Maley. Mineral Land Publications, - Mining law - pages. Mill Sites. Mining Claim Recordation Under FLPMA.
Discovery of a Valuable Mineral Deposit. Possessory Title. Grande mining claim. That patent was later cancelled to correct an error, and a new patent issued on Febru The patent conveyed only “the mineral deposits within [the] association placer mining claim known as the Oro Grande Mining Claim,” reserving “[a]ll title in or to the surface estate and products thereof” and “[a File Size: KB.
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 handbook. Pine View Nos. 1 and 2 Quartz Lode, claims are the lode mining claims on which the mill site claim is dependent. (SOR at ) Recognizing that a Congressional moratorium precludes the patenting of their mill site claim, appellants seek to have their mill site patent application held in a pending status.
This book contains a miscellaneous collection of records: mining location notices, mortgages and other instruments related to mining. Claim Locations,3 volumes (a-C), indexed Location Fee Books, date, 1 volume Preliminary Locations of Placer Claims,1 volume, -.
The Secretary of the Interior through appropriate staff can inquire into the validity of mining claims through the Act of Ap (R.S. ; 43 USC 2). Validity examinations are also authorized by the Act of J (USC ), for management over surface resources of mining claims located prior to the Act [Adams v.
United States, F2d (9th Cir ).]Cited by: 1.The majority of cabins and homes you see out in Mountains are in the middle of BLM or National Forest land are set atop patented mining claims.
Patented mining claims transferred land from the government to individuals just as deeds are used to transfer .Now available in the Information Access Center is our mining book titled, “Location and Validity of Mining Claims and Sites in California, Latest Edition – Updated ” This book explains how to locate and patent mining claims in California.
It shows locations, monuments, and claim maps.