Rules and Regulations Governing Forest Reserves: Established Under Section 24 of the Act of March 3, 1891
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1898 - 17 sider
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acre ACT OF MARCH additional AMENDMENTS application appraised approved authorized award boundaries cause circulation claims Commissioner continuous copies covered cut and removed DEPARTMENT designated desired disposal district domestic eighteen hundred embraced entry ESTABLISHED estimate existing field notes filed fire given GOVERNING FOREST RESERVES growth hereafter hereby improve interests Interior ISSUED JUNE 30 jurisdiction Land Office less limited March 21 mineral mining moneys necessary newspaper notice objects occupied orders Paragraph payment permission permit persons plats prescribed proclamations proper Provided public domain public lands published punishment purchaser purposes quantity reason receiver REGULATIONS GOVERNING FOREST REISSUED AUGUST relinquished reservation is situated residence respectively roads rules and regulations sale of timber Secretary SECTION 24 settlement settlers sheep sixty sold stands supply of timber surveys term Territory therefrom therein thereof timber and stone tion tract United violation Washington
Side 14 - No public forest reservation shall be established, except to improve and protect the forest within the reservation or for the purpose of securing favorable conditions of water flows and to furnish a continuous supply of timber...
Side 5 - All waters on such reservations may be used for domestic, mining, milling, or irrigation purposes, under the laws of the State wherein such forest reservations are situated, or under the laws of the United States and the rules and regulations established thereunder.
Side 8 - Interior, under such rules and regulations as he shall prescribe, may cause to be designated and appraised so much of the dead, matured, or large growth of trees found upon such forest reservations as may be compatible with the utilization of the forests...
Side 16 - And any mineral lands in any forest reservation which have been or which may be shown to be such, and subject to entry under the existing mining laws of the United States and the rules and regulations applying thereto, shall continue to be subject to such location and entry, notwithstanding any provisions herein contained.
Side 15 - That in cases in which a tract covered by an unperfected bona fide claim or by a patent is included within the limits of a public forest reservation, the settler or owner thereof may, if he desires to do so, relinquish the tract to the Government, and may select in lieu thereof a tract of vacant land open to settlement...
Side 4 - Nothing herein shall be construed as prohibiting the egress or ingress of actual settlers residing within the boundaries of such reservations, or from crossing the same to and from their property or homes; and such wagon roads and other improvements may be constructed thereon as may be necessary to reach their homes and to utilize their property under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary of the Interior.
Side 5 - Interior. Nor shall anything herein prohibit any person from entering upon such forest reservations for all proper and lawful purposes, including that of prospecting, locating, and developing the mineral resources thereof: Provided, That such persons comply with the rules and regulations covering such forest reservations.
Side 4 - ... except so far as the punishment of offenses against the United States therein is concerned; the intent and meaning of this provision being that the State wherein any such reservation is situated shall not, by reason of the establishment thereof, lose its jurisdiction, nor the inhabitants thereof their rights and privileges as citizens, or be absolved from their duties as citizens of the State.
Side 15 - The Secretary of the Interior may permit, under regulations to be prescribed by him, the use of timber and stone found upon such reservations, free of charge, by bona fide settlers, miners, residents, and prospectors for minerals, for firewood, fencing, buildings, mining, prospecting, and other domestic purposes, as may be needed by such persons for such purposes ; such timber to be used within the State or Territory, respectively, where snch reservations may be located.
Side 8 - Office in a separate account, and shall be covered into the Treasury. Such timber, before being sold, shall be marked and designated, and shall be cut and removed under the supervision of some person appointed for that purpose by the Secretary of the Interior, not interested in the purchase or removal of such timber nor in the employment of the purchaser thereof.