Promotion of Mining on the Public Domain: Hearings, Seventy-fourth Congress, First Session
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Public Lands and Surveys, United States. Congress. Senate. Public Lands
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1935 - 181 sider
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acreage acres additional agreement amendment amount application approved Association authority believe bidding bill bonus California cents CHAIRMAN committee competitive Congress consideration continue cooperative course covered Department deposits discovered discovery drilling effect existing extension fact Federal field fixed follows FREEMAN further give going Government granted included industry interest Interior issued JACKSON known lease Leasing Act less lessee limitations mean ment mineral Montana necessary oil and gas oil or gas operator passed percent period permit permittee person petroleum POOLE possible practice preference right prescribed present production proposed prospecting permits public domain public lands question reasonable received record regulations rental represent require reserves result royalty Secretary Senator ADAMS Senator CAREY Senator O'MAHONEY situation STABLER statement suggested surveys tion unit plan unless
Side 41 - ... acres of land wherein such deposits belong to the United States and are not within any known geological structure of a producing oil or gas field...
Side 3 - Federal officer or agency as may be designated in the plan, to alter or modify from time to time the rate of prospecting and development and the quantity and rate of production under such plan.
Side 108 - An Act to promote the mining of coal, phosphate, oil, oil shale, gas, and sodium on the public domain
Side 140 - ... $1 per acre for each and every year thereafter during the continuance of the lease, except that such rental for any year shall be credited against- the royalties as they accrue for that year.
Side 4 - Such notice in advance of cancelation shall be sent the lease owner by registered letter directed to the lease owner's record post-office address, and in case such letter shall be returned as undelivered, such notice shall also be posted for a period of thirty days in the United States Land Office for the district in which the land covered by such lease is situated, or in the event that there is no district land office for such leased land, then in the post office nearest such land.
Side 138 - ... land so identified. The applicant shall, within ninety days after receiving a permit, mark each of the corners of the tract described in the permit upon the ground with substantial monuments, so that the boundaries can be readily traced on the ground, and shall post in a conspicuous place upon the lands a notice that such permit has been granted and a description of the lands covered thereby: Provided, That in the Territory of Alaska prospecting permits not more than five in number may be granted...
Side 141 - ... days in the United States land office for the district in which the land covered by such lease is situated, or in the event that there is no district land office for such district, then in the post office nearest such land.
Side 2 - ... prescribed by the Secretary of the Interior and the lands leased shall be conformed to and taken in accordance with the legal subdivisions of such surveys; deposits made to cover expense of surveys shall be deemed appropriated for that purpose, and any excess deposits may be repaid to the person or persons making such deposit or their legal representatives.
Side 162 - Congress creating or confirming the creating of such naval petroleum reserve; and be it further Resolved, That the Secretary of this association be instructed to furnish a copy of this resolution to each member of the...
Side 138 - Whether the lands sought in any such application and permit are surveyed or unsurveyed the applicant shall, prior to filing his application for permit, locate such lands in a reasonably compact form and according to the legal subdivisions of the public land surveys if the land be surveyed; and in an approximately square or rectangular tract if the land be an unsurveyed tract, the length of which shall not exceed two and one-half times its width, and if he shall cause to be erected upon the land...