Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Session of the American Mining Congress, El Paso, Texas, November 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18, 1905

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The Congress, 1906 - 342 pages
 

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Page 34 - It shall be his duty : to collect statistics concerning the occurrence and production of the economically important minerals and the methods pursued in making their valuable constituents available for commercial use...
Page 37 - Are you ready for the question? Those in favor of the motion will say "Aye,
Page 49 - The ayes seem to have it. The ayes have it, and the amendment is laid on the table.
Page 158 - ... exaggerated report, prospectus, account, statement of operations, values, business, profits, expenditures, or prospects, or other paper or document intended to produce or give, or having a tendency to produce or give, to the shares of stock in such corporation a greater value...
Page 89 - One important point to be considered in all such work is that the general plans and methods of the Federal Survey can not be set aside on account of State cooperation. At the present time the funds available for cooperation are so limited that its further extension is dependent upon increase of appropriations by Congress. It is against the policy of the Survey that work on important areas or subjects should be stopped in order that cooperation with individual States may be extended. The Director...
Page 158 - State, after one fourth of its capital stock has been subscribed, may, for the purpose of paying expenses, conducting business, or paying debts, levy and collect assessments upon the subscribed capital stock thereof, in the manner and form, and to the extent provided herein.
Page 35 - It has been moved and seconded that the resolution just read be adopted. Are you ready for the question? All in favor of the adoption of the resolution say "Aye,
Page 44 - All records of mining claims hereafter made shall contain the name or names of the locators, the date of the location, and such a description of the claim or claims located by reference to some natural object or permanent monument as will identify the claim.
Page 81 - No." The "Ayes" have it and the resolution is adopted.
Page 76 - You have heard the motion; all in favor say "Aye;" contrary "No;" the ayes have it and the motion prevails.

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