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Seite 39 - All valuable mineral deposits in lands belonging to the United States, both surveyed and unsurveyed, are hereby declared to be free and open to exploration and purchase, and the lands in which they are found to occupation and purchase, by citizens of the United States...
Seite 111 - Mining Bureau; to make a collection of models, drawings, and descriptions of the mechanical appliances used in mining and metallurgical processes; to preserve and so maintain such collections and library as to make them available for reference and examination, and open to public inspection at reasonable hours; to maintain, in effect, a bureau of information concerning the mineral industries of this State...
Seite 547 - Provided, That no article of this paragraph shall pay a less rate of duty than twenty-five per centum ad valorem.
Seite 111 - 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...
Seite 551 - ... from points where the boundary lines of the municipality touch the sea at high tide, and a third line parallel with the general coast line and distant from it three marine leagues. Where fresh-water lakes are not included within the limits of any one municipality, or where fresh-water or tidal streams form boundaries between municipalities, disputes which may arise as to the waters within which any municipality may exercise the right of taxing the granting of the privilege of fisheries, shall...
Seite 7 - Though a considerable amount of coal has been extracted here, the industry has not .been a profitable one hitherto. This is, at least in part, due to crude methods of transportation. It is said, however, that the seams are often badly faulted. At Uling, about 10 miles west of the capital, the seams reach a maximum thickness of 15£ feet.
Seite 7 - The distribution of each mineral or metal may now be sketched in somewhat greater detail. In many cases the information given in this abstract is exhaustive, so far as the available material is concerned. The coal fields of Cebu, however, have been studied in some detail by Mr. Abella, and in a few other instances more extended information has been condensed for the present purpose.
Seite 64 - Cebu are all Miocene, the earlier andesitic rocks, at least, date back nearly to the great up-heaval. Among these rocks, also, there is sometimes a tendency for the basalts to follow the andesites, but the one dacite found at Corregidor is later than the andesites of that island. The relation of the trachytes 'to the andesites is not certain, but the sanidine rock is probably the earlier. A very large part of the neo-volcanic ejecta has fallen into water and been re-arranged as tuffaceous plains.
Seite 11 - ... very gradual, so that even the coral polyp has been able to adjust himself to the changing conditions, building outward into deeper water as his old home was raised too high for his welfare. In this way nearly the whole of Cebu, to a height of over 2,000 feet, has been covered with a nearly continuous sheet of coral which can be followed seaward into living reefs. Much of Negros has been clothed with a similar mantle. On a small scale, also, off the coasts of these islands, and particularly about...
Seite 45 - Production," describing conditions in the Philippines. Mr. Karuth, who is president of the Philippines Mineral Syndicate (Limited), says in the letter to Ambassador Hay accompanying the pamphlet: " These notes were written in 1894. Since then the exploratory work under my direction has been carried on as vigorously as circumstances permitted. At all events, extensive auriferous ore deposits have been opened up quite near the s*a, assuring a large output for many years to come.