New Mexico Mines and Minerals ...: Being an Epitome of the Early Mining History and Resources of New Mexican Mines, in the Various Districts, Down to the Present Time ... (Google eBook)

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New Mexican printing Company, 1904 - Mines and mineral resources - 355 pages
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Page 347 - The miners of each mining district may make regulations not in conflict with the laws of the United States, or with the laws of the State or Territory in which the district is situated, governing the location, manner of recording, amount of work necessary to hold possession of a mining claim...
Page 348 - ... the provisions of this act, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof before any court of competent jurisdiction shall be punished by a fine...
Page 348 - ... mining claim, the person in whose behalf such labor was performed or improvements made, or...
Page 347 - ... in some conspicuous place on such location, a notice in writing stating thereon the name or names of the locator...
Page 221 - The Gallup mine is being operated upon the same coal seams as the Weaver mine, viz, No. 3 and No. 5, and analyses are similar to those given above for those seams. Colfax County.
Page 291 - Professor of Chemistry and of Botany, Oxford. THE term " Mineral Water," in its most extended sense, com- Definition. prises every modification existing in nature of that universally diffused fluid, whether considered with reference to its sensible properties, or its action upon life. For as every agent which affects the animal system in a peculiar manner, must...
Page 213 - Brucker in his assaying furnace, at that time. He states that he was able to obtain a white heat in a very short time and that its lasting qualities were about three times as long as that produced by an equal weight of charcoal. Coal was known to exist in 1870, at several other places: at a point about ten miles south of the anthracite deposits at Madrid; near Galisteo creek; on the Pueblo Indian reserva*This verides the statement that the Santa Rita mine had not begun operations prior to 1803.
Page 348 - State, or any local regulations in force in the district wherein such claim is situated, thereby in any manner affecting the rights of any person, firm or corporation, to such claim or location, or the land covered thereby, shall be deemed...
Page 35 - Mexico, in 1807, as stated by him, "there are no mines known in the Province except one of copper, situated in a mountain on the west side of the Rio del Norte, in latitude 34. It is worked, and produces 20,000 mule-loads of copper annually. It contains gold, but not quite sufficient to pay for its extraction.
Page 348 - ... shall, within ninety days from the date of taking possession of the same, sink a discovery shaft upon such claim to a depth of at least ten feet from the lowest part of the rim of such shaft at the surface, exposing mineral in place...

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