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15. Of contractors neglecting to pay the wages of workmen at the proper times 91
16. Of the penalties and punishments of persons obtaining supplies under pre-
tence of mining operations, and misapplying them . . 92
17. Of the punishment of persons presenting specimens as the produce of a
mine, and soliciting supplies on false pretences . ib.
1. Reasons for creating a general Fund for the mines . . 92
2, 3. The management and custody of the monies raised for this purpose to be
under the control of the Royal Tribunal General . . 93
9. Of the writing clerks to be appointed for these purposes . . 95
3. Of the laboratories and machines for the surveyors of reduction . ib.
4. Of the certificates to be given by the mining professors to all persons desir-
ing to be employed in the mines . . . ib.
5. Of the certificates to be given by the surveyors of reduction to all persons
desiring to be employed in the reducing establishments . . ib.
8. Of the credit to be given to the said professors and surveyors in the deter-
19. Of the qualification of persons employed in the mines, until the establish-
15. Of the specimens of ores to bo delivered by the Mine- owners and sup-
pliers to the college . . . ib.
4. Of applying the produce of Mines or establishments in case of sequestration ib.
5. Of the reservation to a Mine-owner in case of an execution upon his other
property .... . . b.
8. Of the eligibility of Mine-owners and administrators to the oflSce of magis-
trate or governor, and of their privilege of excusing themselves . ib.
9. Of the preference to be shewn to Miners in obtaining lands, renting houses,
and buying provisions; and of their liberty to hunt, fish, &c. and other
11. Of the prohibition of gambling and other shameful diversions among the
Miners ...... . ib.
13. Of the duties of the council of the Indies, the Royal Audiencies and Tri-
bunals, the Viceroy, Captains and Commandants General, Governors,
Law 2. Concerning the right of searching for mines by a person on his own
lands, and those of other persons to seek them . . ib.
framed by some of the viceroys, and of the ordinances in force in Peru ib.
ing mines, especially the precarious gift or loan . . . 293