Report of the State Mineralogist, Ausgabe 13

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Seite 568 - In taking two stations having the same value, the one to the north and the other to the south of...
Seite 720 - An Act to create the California Debris Commission and regulate hydraulic mining in the State of California", approved March 1, 1893, as amended, 27 Stat.
Seite 720 - For the construction of restraining barriers for the protection of the Sacramento and Feather rivers in California, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars, such restraining barriers to be constructed under the direction of the Secretary of War in accordance with the recommendations of the California Debris Commission, pursuant to the provisions of, and for the purposes set forth in, section...
Seite 720 - California, through the debris commission of said State, or other officer thereunto duly authorized, any and all sums of money that have been, or may hereafter be, appropriated by said State for the purposes herein set forth. And said...
Seite 657 - B._.. _ 21 Light lubricating (spindle) oil, 26° B 10 Neutral oil, 23° B...- 12 Heavy neutral oil, 21° B 6 Reduced stock, lubricating oil, 14° B _ 5 Asphalt, crude 11 Loss - - - 5 " The extraction of pyridin bases with dilute sulphuric acid should be done before the re-distillation of the distillates, as the treatment of those distillates with concentrated sulphuric acid will otherwise form certain sulpho-conjugated products, which, during the washing process with water and alkali, decompose and...
Seite 571 - ... one of great importance, and at every stage in the development of these oil-fields this subject has attracted the greatest public interest. It was discussed in Bulletin No. 11, as far as the evidence in hand warranted, and it was stated that "If the oilline on which the Second-Street Park oil-fields is situated be extended westward, it would pass a short distance south of the Baptist University.
Seite 654 - ... County oil indicate that it is a valuable lubricant.* .There is no doubt that as time goes on, more use will be made of the constituents of our asphaltic oils in chemical manufacture. One use was pointed out by Dr. Salathe, who says: "The occurrence of pyridin and chinolin bases in California crude oil opens up a new resource for these products, which are largely used for the synthetical production of alkaloids, dyes, etc., and in a large measure for denaturalizing alcohol in Europe.
Seite 695 - Haphazard and occasional sampling and assaying are worse than useless. They lead to great losses of valuable capital, frequently to the total abandonment of good properties, and, worse than all, to a false sense of satisfaction that discourages improvement by denying its necessity.
Seite 720 - State, 01 other officer therennto duly authorized, any and all sums of money that have been, or may hereafter be, appropriated by said State for the purposes herein set forth. And said sums when so received are hereby appropriated for the purposes above named, to be expended...
Seite 658 - ... of the early tests and experiments in both freight and passenger locomotives were recorded by Professor Watts in Bulletin No. 11, California State Mining Bureau. Experiments extending over a period of six months showed as an average of results that four barrels of oil were equivalent to 2,200 pounds of Nanaimo coal. Experiments extending over sixteen days with a freight engine, 19 inch by 28 inch cylinders, gave an average result of evaporation of 13.11 pounds of water for each pound of coal...

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