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Página 2 - Mining claims upon veins or lodes of quartz or other rock in place bearing gold, silver, cinnabar, lead, tin, copper, or other valuable deposits...
Página 23 - ... may be found, but only those where the mineral is in sufficient quantity to add to their richness and to justify expenditure for its extraction, and known to be so at the date of the grant. There are vast tracts of country in the mining States which contain precious metals in small quantities, but not to a sufficient extent to justify the expense of their exploitation. It is not to such lands that the term mineral in the sense of this statute is applicable.
Página 23 - The exceptions of mineral lands from preemption and settlement and from grants to States for universities and schools, for the construction of public buildings, and in aid of railroads and other works of internal improvement, are not held to exclude all lands in which minerals may be found, but only those where the mineral is in sufficient quantity to add to their richness and to justify expenditure for its extraction, and known to be so at the date of the grant.
Página 20 - That whatever is recognized as a mineral by the standard authorities on the subject, where the same is found in...
Página 20 - All valuable mineral deposits in lands belonging to the United States, both surveyed and unsurveyed, are hereby declared to be free aiid open to exploration and purchase, and the lands in which they are found to occupation and purchase, by citizens of the United States...
Página 24 - Minerals, crude, or not advanced in value or condition by refining or grinding, or by other process of manufacture, not specially provided for.
Página 18 - When the filtrations are gathered into sufficient volume to have an appreciable value, and to flow in a clearly defined channel, it is generally possible to see it and to avoid diverting it, without serious detriment to the owner of the land through which it flows. But percolations spread in every direction through the earth, and it is impossible to avoid disturbing them without relinquishing the necessary enjoyment of the land.
Página 15 - Certainly, in popular estimation, petroleum is not regarded as a mineral substance any more than is animal or vegetable oil, and it can, indeed, only be so classified in the most general or scientific sense.
Página 13 - The material clearly is a mineral and it is reserved from the grant unless " the nature and context of the deed shows that it was not intended to be included " in the reservation. There is nothing to justify such a finding. The only claim that can be made is that the ledges of rock were so apparent and covered so large a portion of the original 100 acres that the parties could not have referred to them; that to except them would practically destroy the grant. Yet it may equally well be said that...