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1 - Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries

1 - Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries

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46 STATE DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES vo1.11 no.6 7. Require that all olaims be located with reference to fixed points and that they be surveyed prior to application for renewal; or that they be 100ated by legal subdivisions wherever section corners and boundaries have been established. 8. Record a duplicate of location notioe at the appropriate land office. 9. Grant patents upon establishment of the potential value of the ground for ore or mineral depOSits, with the acceptance for this purpose of suoh evidence as proximity to known deposits of value, projection of ore bearing looi, extension of fracture or sheer zones with indications of mineralization, presence of gangue minerals or of rock alteration known elsewhere to be associated with ore, and of other evidence that meets with the approval of the Geological Survey. 10. Drop the requirement of assessment work for existing unpatented olaims if the owner will aooept the new rules and regulations governing olaims that may be adopted in accordanoe with the reoommendations in this report. 11. Recognize the presumptive right of the holder of a mineral olaim to the surface but restrict surface uses, prior to patenting, to those necessary in oonneotion with exploration aotivities. Grazing and cutting of timber should be in aooordanoe with regulations of the Forest and Range Servioe and be limited to the needs of the proposed operation. Changes in laws pertaining to leaSing, as proposed by the task group, are 1. Provide for a prospecting period with liberal terms for exploration in leases covering areas where available data are not sufficient to reveal the extent, quality, minability and methods of processing essential to the determination of feasibility of established or new types of commercial operations. 2. Grant prospecting rights on areas of sufficient size and under provisions formulated by the Geological Survey that will encourage thorough and complete search for mineral deposits and that will Justify the required expenditures. 3. Permit exploration for all minerals within the area covered by leases and provide for their orderly development, with exclusive rights granted to the prospector on a fractional part of the total area (or otherwise a minimum area), and a preference right for the remainder of the area or so much as may be in keeping with sound public policy and feasible of development with the financial resources available. 4. Remove all limits or restrictions on overriding royalties on oil or other leases on public lands and Indian lands. Reprinted from Pay Dirt, the official publication of the Arizona Small Mine Operators Association, Phoenix, Arizona, May 20, 1949. ****************************** OIL TEST DRILLERS ATTENTION House Bill 427 passed by the 1949 Oregon Legislature reqUires that certain features of oil well test drilling in the State be supervised by the state Department of Geology and Mineral Industries. The law becomes effective July 16, 1949, and work in progress as well as new tests come under the law. Information concerning procedures may be obtained from the Department, 702 Woodlark Building, Portland. ****************************** GENEVA STEEL COMPANY NEEDS MANGANESE ORE Manganese ore is in demand by all steel companies, and the Geneva Steel Company, Geneva, Utah, is looking for a source of manganese ore in the Northwest. Any owner of manganese ore may obtain specifications and price quotations by writing Mr. S. G. Sargis, Supervisor Raw Uaterials, Geneva Ste,l Company, P.O. Box 269, Salt Lake City 8, utah. ****************************************

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