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Title (1892) General Index to the Statutes of Utah
Subject Law
Description (1892) The Thirtieth Legislature in 1892 appointed a committee to index the 1888 Compiled laws and the session laws of 1890 and 1892. References to the 1888 Compiled Laws are made to paragraph numbers, with later amendments indicated in parentheses. Laws added in 1890 and 1892 are indicated by year and page number in the session law.
Creator Compiled by Authority of the Thirtieth Legislative Assembly
Date 1892
Type Text
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Holding Institution S.J. Quinney College of Law, The University of Utah, South 1400 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0730
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Date Created 2005-11-18
Date Modified 2006-01-25
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Title Index_page_223
Description GENERAL INDEX TO THE LAWS OF UTAH. 223 MINES AND MINING CLAIMS, U. S. STATUTES-{Continued.) sec. timber on mineral lands may be cut by bona fide residents for domestic, mining, building and agricultural purposes only.......Vol. 1, p. 170 such cutting subject to certain rules and regulations...... " " " 170 protection of undergrowth and small timber............... " " " 171 these provisions do not extend to R. R. Co.'s............ " " " 171 register and receiver to report unauthorized cutting....... " " ". 171 misdemeanor to violate this act. " " " 171 coal lands, who may enter............................. " " " 213 individual may enter 160 acres............... " " " 213 association may enter 320 acres.............. " " " 213 " ¦ price $10.00 per acre for certain___ •......... " " " 213 $20.00 per acre for certain.............. " "" 213 preferred right of entry. .................... " "" 213 when association may enter 640 acres........ " " " 213 filing must be made within 60 days after location, unless...........................Vol. 1. p. 213, 214 rights must be proved and payments made within one year.......................___......----Vol. 1, p. 214 but one entry allowed to one person or association ................................ " " " 214 ' priority of possession when determines preference................................... " " " 214 lode claims, not to exceed 1,500 ft. in length or 300 ft. on either side of vein in width, but local laws may prescribe less....................... " " " 196 may be located upon rock in place bearing gold, silver, cinnibar, tin, lead, copper, etc.......Vol. 1, p. 195, 196 a discovery must be made within limits of claim before location ................................Vol. 1, p. 196 end lines must be parallel with each other.... " " " 196 locaters have exclusive right to possession of surface within lines of claim.............. " " " 197 all veins, lodes, and ledges apexing within lines belong to the locater................ " " " 197 veins may be followed on dip beyond side lines but not beyond end lines................. " "" 197 notice of location shall describe claim accurately, give names of locaters, specify monuments, and be dated.....'.........'....... " "" 199 boundaries must be distinctly marked........ " " " 199 local rules and regulations shall be paramount save when in conflict with U. S. or Ter. laws..........................Vol. 1, p. 195, 196, 197, 199
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Source Original Book: General Index to the Statutes of Utah
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Date Created 2005-11-18
Date Modified 2005-11-18
ID 717981
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