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State grants—Continued.

21 Stat. 287, ch. 245, June 16, 1880.....

School grant-Selection of lands-Nevada....

State grant—Nevada....

Purpose of act..

Application of act.

Lieu lands not to include mineral lands.

Selection by State Effect as to mineral character..

Patents not issued to State......

25 Stat. 676, February 22, 1889.

Grant to Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Washington-

Minerals excepted.

State grant-Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wash-

ington....

Mineral lands excepted-Lieu lands.

School lands-Time grant took effect....

School sections mineral-Selection of lieu lands..

Mineral lands.....

Determination..

Stone lands..

Coal...

State selections-Mineral affidavit...

26 Stat, 215, July 3, 1890......

Grant to Idaho Minerals excepted...

State grant-Idaho.....

State selection.....

Nonmineral lands..

Publication of notice.

26 Stat. 222, p. 224, July 10, 1890..

Grant to Wyoming-Minerals excepted.

State grant-Wyoming....

Mineral lands selected-Relinquishment.

28 Stat. 107, July 16, 1894.....

Grant to Utah-Salines excepted.

State grant-Utah.......

Salines part of grant-Disposal.....

Nature of grant-Nonmineral lands only included.

Salines—Location under mining laws....

Mineral character of lands......

What constitutes-Determination..

Return of surveyor general-Effect...

Time of taking effect of grant......

30 Stat. 484, June 21, 1898......

Grant to New Mexico Minerals excepted..

State grant–New Mexico....

Policy of Government to reserve minerals.

Grant of salines-Meaning and extent...

34 Stat. 267, p. 273, June 16, 1906...

Grant to Oklahoma and Arizona-Minerals, oil and gas excepted.....

State grant-Oklahoma....

Disposal of mineral lands—Oil and gas...

School sections not subject to mining laws...

Grant without mineral exception..

Application of section 36 to Arizona...

20 Stat. 88, June 3, 1878–Continued.

Removing timber for mining purposes—Continued.

Timber on mineral land—Continued.

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Uses for which cutting is permitted..

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Uses named in statute....

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Reduction, smelting, roasting, etc.

1343

Domestic purposes Meaning..

1343

Exporting prohibited.....

1344

Power to sell, buy, or employ others to cut.

1344

Sawmill owners Disposal of lumber...

1344

Regulations as to cutting ..

1344

Authority and effect..

1344

Validity-Restricting statute.

1345

Regulations as to size of trees.

1345

Regulation as to sawmill owners.

1346

Duty of registers and receivers.

1346

Placer locations Fraudulent design for timber cutting.

1346

Action for damages....

1347

Evidence as to mineral character of land.

1347

Defense-Evidence of good faith....

1347

Burden of proof....

1348

Willful trespass-Proof and presumption

1348

Willful trespass-Measure of damages .

1348

Right of United States to recover.

1349

Liability of railroad company.

1349

Criminal liability-Intent.

1349

26 Stat. 1093, March 3, 1891–Amendment...

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Timber cutting on mineral lands—26 Stat. 1095, p. 1099, sec. 8, as amended. 1350

Timber-cutting act-Amendment.

1350

Power to permit cutting..

1350

Purpose for which timber is cut.

1351

Privilege of cutting timber not repealed..

1351

Criminal prosecution-Defense..

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27 Stat. 444, February13, 1893...

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Timber cutting on mineral lands--Amendment.

1351

30 Stat. 597, p. 618, July 1, 1898..

1351

Removing timber for mining purposes-Amendment.

1351

Permits to cut timber for mining purposes.

1352

31 Stat. 1436, March 3, 1901......

1352

Timber cutting on mineral lands-Amendment.

1352

30 Stat. 11, p. 35, June 4, 1897......

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Timber cutting on reservations..

1352

35 Stat. 1088, p. 1098, March 4, 1909..

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Timber cutting on mining claims..

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Section 2386, Revised Statutes—Continued.

Town sites......

Right of citizens to use and build..

Minerals open to exploration..

Mining locations permitted.

Possession of mineral claimant protected..

Mineral character of land-Proof.

Mining location as notice......

Title subject to mineral rights and uses.

Town-site owner....

Rights as against mineral claimant.

Rights as against the United States.

Patent for mineral lands......

Application by mineral claimant-Proof..

Adverse claim...

Conclusiveness as against town-site claimant...

Application by mineral claimant after town-site patent.

Town-site patent....

Application-Showing as to nonmineral character of land.

Effect as against mining rights......

Presumption as against subsequent mineral patent.

Mineral lands excepted— Known character..

Reservations inserted as to mineral rights.

Purchaser from town authorities–Title.

Effect on jurisdiction of Land Department..

Subsequent discovery of mineral....

Section 2387, Revised Statutes..

Town-site act-Purpose.

Town-site entry.....

Effect of entry on mining claim..

Adverse claim....

Does not carry mining claims.

Section 2392, Revised Statutes...

Town-site laws......

Construction and purpose..

"Mines of gold”—“Lands valuable for minerals”—Meaning.

Town sites located on mineral lands—Effect...

Existing mining rights protected..

Title to mineral lands not acquired under...

Extent of prohibition against title to mines.

Mineral character of land-Determination and jurisdiction..

Minerals in town-site lands open to exploration...

Town-site patent.....

Effect as a conveyance..

Minerals reserved-Meaning and proof...

Mineral lands exempted-Proof of value....

Known lode claim included—Remedy.

Effect as against mineral claimants....

Relief against prior mineral entry...

Ground abandoned by mineral claimant-Presumption.

Mill site excepted......

Subsequent discovery of mineral..

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