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Land office decisions--Continued.

PATENTS FOR VEINS OR LODES HERETOFORE ISSUED, p.
110, § 77.

rights of patentees enlarged by subsequent legislation, id.
MANNER OF LOCATING CLAIMS ON VEINS OR LODES AFTER
MAY 10, 1872, pp. 110-14, § 78.

limitation of size of locations, pp. 111-12, id.

record to follow discovery, pp. 112-13, id.
description to identify claim, p. 113, id.

annual labor, pp. 114, id.

TUNNEL RIGHTS, pp. 114-17, § 79.

possessory right to blind lodes secured, p. 115, id.

term "face" defined, survey and notice required, pp. 115-
16, id.

record of tunnel location required, p. 116, iď.

location of tunnel must be bona fide, pp. 116-17, id.

MANNER OF PROCEEDING TO OBTAIN GOVERNMENT TITLE

TO VEIN OR LODE CLAIMS, pp. 117-21, § 80.

survey required, p. 117, id.

plats and field notes, copies filed, and posted on claim, pp.
117-18, id.

affidavits of claimants and witnesses, p. 118, id.

abstract of record required-lost records, pp. 118-19, id.
publication of notice, pp. 119-20, id.

certificate of $500 expenditures, p. 120, id.

affidavit of posting notice, payment for land, pp. 120-1, id.
sworn statement of fees paid required, p. 121, § 80.

duties of register, recorder, and surveyor-general, id.
ADVERSE CLAIMS, pp. 122-4, § 81.

where filed, when filed, affidavit, what must be shown,
p. 122, § 81.

plat showing conflict, pp. 122-3, id.

value of labor certified or sworn to, duties of register or
receiver, p. 123, § 81.

PLACER CLAIMS, pp. 124-6, § 82.

proceedings to obtain patents for, survey, plat, p. 124, id.
sub-division of 40 acre tracts, pp. 124-5, id,

proof of improvements required, p. 125, § 82.

including lodes, known or unknown, pp. 125-6, id.

QUANTITY OF PLACER GROUND SUBJECT TO LOCATION,

pp. 126-8, § 83.

by company, by individual, pp. 126-7, id.

Land office decisions-Continued.

possession for period of limitation, entitles to patent, p. 127,

$88.

certificate of no suit pending, p. 128, id.

MILL SITES. pp. 128-30, § 84.

application for patent for, non-contiguous, extent, etc.,
p. 129, id.

survey and description, id.

entry with lode claim, one receipt, pp. 129-30, § 84.
separate application for, p. 130, id.

PROOF OF CITIZENSHIP OF MINING CLAIMANTS, pp. 130-1,
$85.

of unincorporated company by attorney in fact, p. 130, id.
power of attorney to accompany affidavit, pp. 130-1, id.
incorporated company, copy of charter, p. 130, id.
APPOINTMENT OF DEPUTY SURVEYORS OF MINING CLAIMS
-CHARGES FOR SURVEYS AND PUBLICATIONS.

fees of registers and receivers, etc., pp. 131-3, § 86.
no limit to the number of competent deputies, p. 131, id.
no deposits required for field work, id.

deposit required for platting and office work, surveyor-
general, pp. 131-2. § 86.

deputies to swear to correctness of surveys, p. 132, id.

fees of local land officers for applications and adverse,
p. 182, id.

duties of register and receiver, pp. 132-3, id.

HEARINGS TO ESTABLISH THE CHARACTER OF LANDS, pp.
133-8, § 87.

before whom affidavits verified, p. 133, id.

attempted entry as agricultural, lands alleged to be min-
eral, id.

lands returned as mineral withdrawn as mineral land, id.
notice of contests, pp. 133-4, id.

proof of publication-examination at hearing, pp. 134-6, id.
personal notice to mineral affiants, p. 134, id.

mineral and agricultural capacities of land shown, p. 135.
id.

attestation of official character of officers without seal,
p. 136, id.

survey ordered at expense of agricultural claimant, id.
duties of surveyor-general, p. 137, id.

final action of land department, id.

provisions against fraudulent entries, p. 138, id..

Land office decisions-Continued,

REGULATIONS UNDER THE COAL LAND LAW, pp. 138-47, § 88.

sale provided for (1), p. 138, id.

lands subject to entry as coal lands (2), p. 139, id

who may purchase (3), id.

qualifications of members of association (4), id.
ownership of other land no disqualification (5), id.
quantity open to entry by one person (6), id.
quantity open to entry by association (7), id.

quantity open to entry after expenditure (8), id.
price per acre of coal lands (9), (10), (11), pp. 139-40, id.
preferred purchasers (12), p. 140, i

possession by agent (13), id.

labor in good faith to secure preference (14), id.

claimant for permanent development preferred to specula-
tor (15), id.

apportionment between conflicting claimants (16), pp. 140-1,
id.

when award governed by priority (17), p. 141, id.

jurisdiction of local land officers ceases with entry (18),
p. 141, id.

investigation prior to entry (19), id.

notice of contest (20), pp. 141-2, id.

review by general land office prior to entry (21), p. 142, id.
time to appeal (22), id.

appeals must be forwarded through district officer (23), id
appeals from decision of commissioner (24), id.

finality of secretary's decision (25), id.

manner of obtaining title

pp. 142-3, id.

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form of application (26),

certificate of register and payment of purchase money (27),

p. 143, id.

issuance of patent (28), id.

disposition subject to prior rights (29), id.

time for filing declaratory statement (30), id.

form of declaratory statement (31), p. 144, id.
further time where township plat not filed (32), id.
lands improved prior to Sept. 4, 1873 (33), id.
time for final proof and payment (34), pp. 144-5, id.
entries after one year (35), p. 145, id.
disqualification by prior entry (36), id.
recognition of assignments (37), id.

Land office decisions-Continued.

prior rights protected (38), id.

monthly reports, purchaser's affidavit-form (39), p. 146, id.
affidavit by agent-witnesses (40), pp. 146-7, id.

Lands, mineral. (See MINERAL LANDS.)

hearings as to character of, pp. 133-8, 176-8, §§ 87, 119, 120.
Laws of the United States now in force, Ch. ii., pp. 11-30, §§
11-13, §§ 2318-52, 5595-601 R. S.

ARRANGEMENT OF SUBSEQUENT CHAPTERS, p. 11, § 11.
First, the laws of Congress now in force. Second, the judi-
cial construction of federal law governing, (1) lode
claims, (2) tunnel rights, (3) placer claims, (4) mill sites,
(5) timber, (6) easements, (7) coal lands, (8) homesteads
and town sites in mineral districts, (9) patent. Third,
land office regulations, (1) the rules, (2) decisions of the
executive department. Fourth, the local law, (1) miners'
rights and remedies under, (2) local statutes.

REFERRING TO TITLE XXXII., CH. 6, AND TITLE XIII, CH. 17,
REVISED STATUTES OF THE UNITED STATES, pp. 11-12,
§ 12.

REFERRING TO THE REPEAL PROVISIONS UNITED STATES
REVISED STATUTES, pp. 28-30, § 13.

compilation from United States Revised Statutes, pp. 12-30,
$$ 12, 13.

in force at date of location govern, p. 149, § 90.

when not construed as retroactive, pp. 53-5, § 29.

construed as retroactive by land department, pp. 153-4,
$ 96.

Lead, synonymous with "lode,” p. 32, § 14.

Length, of lode claims, under law of 1872, pp. 14, 46, § 2320 R. S.,
$ 26.

cannot be limited to less than 1,500 feet, p. 43, § 24.

prior to law of 1872, pp. 46-7, § 26.

in Colorado, p. 283, § 218.

in Dakota, p. 316, § 268.

in Montana, p. 330, § 292.

in Oregon, pp. 355, 357, §§ 315, 325.

of tunnel location, p. 67, § 38.

Legislature, local, may prescribe rules for working mines, etc.,

pp. 23-4, § 2338 R. S.

may effect value of rights secured by discovery, 43, § 24.
may prescribe rules as to recording claims, pp. 48-9, § 27.

Liabilities, existing, unaffected by repeal of statute, p. 29, § 5597

R. S.

License, of foreign miners-California, pp. 38, 253, §§ 20, 183.
Liens, not impaired by United States statute, p. 21, § 2332 R. S.
Miners'. (See MINERS' LIENS, pp. 222.7, § 156.)

Limitation of actions, under local law, pp. 195, 204-5, §§ 141, 147.
working for period of, entitles to patent, pp. 21, 127-8, § 2332
R. S., § 83.

unaffected by repeal, p. 29, § 5599 R. S.

period of, will not run against government, pp. 92-3, 99-100,
§§ 63, 67.

Arizona statute, pp. 246-7, § 174.
California statute, p. 253, § 182.
Colorado statute, pp. 309-10, § 261.
Idaho statute, p. 329, § 289h.
Montana statute, pp. 330-1, § 296.

Nevada statute, pp. 336-7, § 301.

Lime stone, deposits of, patentable as mines, p. 159, § 104.

Local rules and customs. (See RULES AND CUSTOMS OF
MINERS.)

compliance with, required by act of Congress, pp. 13, 14, 15,
§§ 2319, 2322 R. S.

water rights recognized by, confirmed by act of Congress,
pp. 24, 77-8, § 2339 R. S., § 50.

recognized by land department, pp. 155-6, § 100.
conditions imposed by, pp. 194-5, § 141.

Local statutes. Ch. xv., pp. 243-367, §§ 161-364.
I. ARIZONA, pp. 243-9, §§ 161-77.

location and registration, pp. 243-4, §§ 161-7.
segregation of mining claims, pp. 245-6, §§ 168-73.
limitation of actions, pp. 246-7, § 174.
jurisdiction of actions, pp. 247-8, § 175.
soldiers to hold claims, p. 248, § 176.
placer mines and mining, pp. 248-9, § 177.
II. CALIFORNIA, pp. 249-277, §§ 178-203.

Possession and Possessory Actions, p. 250, § 178.
Protection of Growing Crops, pp. 250-1, § 179.
bond required from miners, pp. 250-1, id.

penalty, id.

Jurisdiction of Actions, pp. 251-2, § 180.

limited, conferred upon justices of the peace, id.
to appoint receiver, etc., id.

Customs, Usages and Regulations, p. 252, § 181.

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