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Mineral_Estate_Grantee
14:53:23 Mon
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Today’s the day (Monday 09/07), this is your opportunity to question, comment, or correct Hal Anthony on his research and information being posted on the mining forums, i.e., the 1866 Mineral Estate Grant, the 1955 Multi Use act, so-called, mining claim form problems and what you may be putting upon yourselves by filing one…etc.

Hal’s shows time is Monday through Friday noon to 2:00 Pacific time. He can be listen to at http://www.revolutionbroadcasting.com/. Call in # 1 505 715 6522

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00:21:56 Tue
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September 07/2009 Archive: http://www.revolutionbroadcasting.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=frontpage&Itemid=150

mp3: http://lamp.revolutionbroadcasting.com/archives/2009090715-00-00.mp3 When loaded, move the scroll bar to just past the halfway point to start your listening to the mining topic.

mp3 Second hour…runs the full hour: http://lamp.revolutionbroadcasting.com/archives/2009090716-00-00.mp3


The Common Varieties Act of 1955 30 U.S.C. 612(b) states: "Rights under any mining claim hereafter located under the mining laws of the United States shall be subject, prior to issuance of patent therefore, to the right of the United States to manage and dispose of the vegetative surface resources thereof and to manage other surface resources thereof (except mineral deposits subject to location under the mining laws of the United States).

Because if any "mining claim" is the exception "mineral deposits", then the first sentence is excepted from the statute making 612 meaningless. If however, the exception, "mineral deposit" is a different mineral class than what is being referred to in the first sentence amending the Mineral Materials act of 1947 act, .i.e., common materials such as sand and gravel, then this makes complete sense. The exception, in the 612 (b) parenthesis above, conforms to the law, recognizes the prior valuable mineral deposit disposal, and is the savings clause identified in the Congressional Record of 2000 as required in all subsequent land disposal acts of Congress after the act of 1866 regarding the mineral estate, or as is expressed in the Act of 1866 "the mineral lands of the public domain" removing from application of this subpart the valuable mineral deposits. Minerals Reservedhttp://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/ampage?collId=llsl&fileName=018/llsl018.db&recNum=497 Minerals Reserved in Grants to States and other Corporationshttp://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/ampage?collId=llsl&fileName=018/llsl018.db&recNum=502 IV. Federal Mining Laws On July 23, 1955, an amendment to the Materials Act was passed known as the Common Varieties Act. The Common Varieties Act codified the prior law that common varieties of certain building materials are not locatable and provided an exception for "uncommon varieties": "No deposit of common varieties of sand, stone, gravel, pumice, pumicite, or cinders and no deposit of petrified wood shall be deemed a valuable mineral deposit within the meaning of the mining laws of the United States so as to give effective validity to any mining claim hereafter located under such mining laws. . . "’Common varieties’ as used in sections 601, 603, and 611 to 615 of this title does not include deposits of such materials which are valuable because the deposit has some property giving it distinct and special value." . . . . . . . And much more. I thank you for your continuing support. Behind The Woodshed, we put marks ON the Beast.-Hal Anthony markonthebeast@yahoo.com
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