3 edition of Report of proceedings of the American Mining Congress found in the catalog.
Report of proceedings of the American Mining Congress
American Mining Congress
|LC Classifications||TN5 .A5 1907|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||315|
|LC Control Number||08010446|
Baker, together with a ] number of affidavits affecting the conduct and char- ; acter of S. These meetings are sometimes referred to as conferences, symposia, workshops, expositions, exhibitions, and the like. Brooks] for the correction he has made in his remarks of Thurs- day last. Chase, Secretary of the Treasury. Mining companies planning large min- ing operations have been obliged to meet their needs for nonmineral lands by obtaining the necessary lands by other means.
The report of the minority was signed by James Brooks, John T. Occasionally the digitization process introduces transcription errors or other problems; we are continuing to work to improve these archived versions. The high-grade underground mines have, for the most part, been mined out. To preserve these articles as they originally appeared, The Times does not alter, edit or update them.
Also, a. Nixon say the problems of Presidential succession and disability should be settled as soon as possible. One word only in regard to the paper which has just been read. The Clerk read, as follows: " Iictolvcd, That the policy of printing public money in the Treasury has resulted in a great saving of ex- pense to the Government, and security againstfraud, and the affairs x f the Printing Bureau have been administered with marked ability and integrity. The report of the minority was signed by James Brooks, John T.
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Labor Secretary Wirtz holds briefing on manpower report, 2 P. Wagner and returned in afternoon; received delegation from American Mining Congress; met with National Security Council; held reception for House members and their wives.
Henry Winter Davis, Mr. Also, the petition of 51 citizens of Saratoga county. Also, a memorial of same for a mail loute from Little Falls to Alexandria. Clark, stating to him that I did so by your direction, and in order that he might have Report of proceedings of the American Mining Congress book opportunity Report of proceedings of the American Mining Congress book make such explanation or reply as he should deem propei.
I ask consent of the House to make a correction of the semi-official report of our proceedings. Aeronautis committee heard top N. Kimball write that "Theoretically, one five-acre millsite can be acquired for each valid mining claim.
I was not present at the ses- sion of the committee when the report was read. Moulton] is entitled to the floor, and no other person can occupy the time of the House without his permission during the hour to which he is entitled. Moulton] yield to me for a mo- ment? Adjourned at 4: 35 until noon Monday.
Mining 5. Also, the petition of Philip S. Mining companies planning large min- ing operations have been obliged to meet their needs for nonmineral lands by obtaining the necessary lands by other means. In accordance with yo'ir instructions I exhibited thcbo affidavits to Mr.
The typical mine then was a high-grade lode or vein deposit from which ores were removed by under- ground mining. The Leshy opinion in simply re- affirms the plain language of the law and prior interpretations by Congress and by the mining industry.
Mining Decisionsemphasis in origi- nal. If I had not been so authorized, certainly some one of the four members associated with me, Mr.
On that point I will only state that my report was in the usital form or reports of committees to this House. By Mr. These publications have long provided a breadth and depth of up-to-date research for libraries, technical institutes, individual researchers, and corporations.
Inter- estingly enough, the other body, the House of Representatives, by a margin of almost Members, said that that interpretation is wrong. These meetings are sometimes referred to as conferences, symposia, workshops, expositions, exhibitions, and the like.
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