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" discovery post ' is placed at the point where mineral in place is. discovered. Nos. 1 and 2 posts are placed as near as possible on the line of the ledge or vein, shown by the discovery post, and mark the boundaries of the claim. Upon... "
Compiled from the Year book of British Columbia and manual of provincial ... - Page 174
by R. Edward Gosnell - 1897 - 285 pages
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Canada Year Book

Canada. Census and Statistics Office, Statistics Canada, Canada. Dominion Bureau of Statistics, Canada. Dominion Bureau of Statistics. General Statistics Branch, Canada. Dominion Bureau of Statistics. Information Services Division - Canada - 1902
...legal posts, which are stakes having a height of not less than four feet above ground and squared for four inches at least on each face for not less than...The ' discovery post ' is placed at the point where mineral in place is. discovered. Nos. 1 and 2 posts are placed as near as possible on the line of the...
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The Statistical Year-book of Canada for ...

Canada - 1904
...legal posts, which are stakes having a height of not less than four feet above ground and squared for four inches at least on each face for not less than...stump so cut and squared also constitutes a legal posé. The ' discovery post ' is placed at the point where mineral in place is -liscovered. Nos. 1...
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Canada Year Book

Statistics Canada - Canada - 1904
...legal posts, which are stakes »height of not less than four feet above ground and squared for •hes at least on each face for not less than a foot from the top. A imp so cut and squared also constitutes a legal post, 'discovery post ' is placed at the point where...
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Mining Law of the British Empire

Charles John Alford - Mining law - 1906 - 300 pages
...legal posts, which are stakes having a height of not less than 4 feet above ground and squared for 4 inches at least on each face for not less than a foot from the top. A tree-stump so cut and squared also constitutes a legal post. The " discovery post " is placed at the...
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