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PUBLICATIONS OF THE CALIFORNIA STATE MINING BUREAU

Publications of this Bureau upon which a price has been affixed will be sent on receipt of the requisite amount. Others will be mailed upon request until the edition is exhausted. Only stamps, coin or money orders will be accepted in payment.

Money orders should be made payable to the STATE MINING BUREAU.
Personal checks will not be accepted.

REPORTS.
Asterisk (*) indicates the publication is out of print.
* Report I. Henry G. Hanks. 1880.
Report II. Henry G. Hanks. 1882.
*Report III. Henry G. Hanks. 1883.
*Report IV. Henry G. Hanks. 1884.
*Report V. Henry G. Hanks. 1885.
*Report VI. Part 1. Henry G. Hanks. 1886.
*Report VI. Part 2. Wm. Irelan, Jr. 1886.
*Report VII. Wm. Irelan, Jr. 1887.
*Report VIII. Wm. Irelan, Jr. 1888.
*Report IX. Wm. Irelan, Jr. 1889.
•Report X. Wm. Irelan, Jr. 1890.

Price. Report XI. Wm. Irelan, Jr. 1892. (First biennial)

$1.00 *Report XII. J. J. Crawford. 1894. (Second biennial) *Report XIII. J. J. Crawford. 1896. (Third biennial) Chapters of State Mineralogist's Report, Biennial period, 1913–1914, Fletcher

Hamilton:
Mines and Mineral Resources of Imperial and San Diego Counties-F. J. H.
Merrill 1914

.36 Mines and Mineral Resources, Amador, Calaveras and Tuolumne Counties

W. B. Tucker. 1915
Mines and Mineral Resources, Colusa, Glenn, Lake, Marin, Napa, Solano,
Sonoma and Yolo Counties--Walter W. Bradley. 1915_

.50 Mines and Mineral Resources, Del Norte, Humboldt and Mendocino Counties -F. L. Lowell. 1915

.25 Mines and Mineral Resources, Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Merced,

San Joaquin and Stanislaus Counties-Walter W. Bradley, G. C. Brown,
F. L. Lowell and R. P. McLaughlin. 1915

.50 Mines and Mineral Resources, Shasta, Siskiyou and Trinity Counties—G. C. Brown. 1915

.50 Report XIV. Fletcher Hamilton, 1915, Biennial period, 1913–1914. (The above county chapters combined in a single volume)

2.00 Chapters of State Mineralogist's Report, Biennial Period, 1915–1916, Fletcher

Hamilton :
Mines and Mineral Resources, Alpine, Inyo and Mono Counties, with geological

map--Arthur S. Eakle, Emile Huguenin, R. P. McLaughlin, Clarence A.
Waring. 1917

1.25 Mines and Mineral Resources, Butte, Lassen, Modoc, Sutter and Tehama Counties—W. Burling Tucker, Clarence A. Waring. 1917

.50 Mines and Mineral Resources, El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento and Yuba Counties-W. Burling Tucker, Clarence A. Waring. 1917.

65 Mines and Mineral Resources, Los Angeles, Orange and Riverside CountiesFrederick J. H. Merrill. 1917-

.50 Mines and Mineral Resources, Monterey, San Benito, San Luis Obispo, Santa

Barbara and Ventura Counties-Walter W. Bradley, Emile Huguenin, C. A.
Logan, Clarence A. Waring, 1917.

.65 Mines and Mineral Resources, San Bernardino and Tulare Counties--H. C. Cloudman, Emile Huguenin, F. J. H. Merrill, W. Burling Tucker. 1917--- .65

BULLETINS.
*Bulletin 1. Desiccated Human Remains.-Winslow Anderson. 1888
*Bulletin 2. Methods of Mine Timbering.-W. H. Storms. 1894_
*Bulletin 3. Gas and Petroleum Yielding Formations of the Central Valley of

California.-W. L. Watts. 1894_
Bulletin 4. Catalogue of California Fossils (Parts 2, 3, 4 and 5).-J. G.

Cooper. 1894
*Bulletin 5. The Cyanide Process: Its Practical Application and Economical

Results.-A. Scheidel. 1894
Bulletin 6. California Gold Mill Practices.--E. B. Preston. 1895

$0.50 •Bulletin 7. Mineral Production of California, by Counties, 1894.-Chas. G.

Yale, (Tabulated sheet) *Bulletin 8. Mineral Production of California, by Counties, 1895. -Chas. G.

Yale. (Tabulated sheet) •Bulletin 9. Mine Drainage, Pumps, etc.—Hans C. Behr. 1896. •Bulletin 10. A Bibliography Relating to the Geology, Palæontology, and

Mineral Resources of California.-A. W. Vogdes. 1896: •Bulletin 11. Oil and Gas Yielding Formations of Los Angeles, Ventura and

Santa Barbara Counties.-W. L. Watts. 1896. *Bulletin 12. Mineral Production of California, by Counties, 1896.-Chas. G.

Yale. (Tabulated sheet) *Bulletin 13. Mineral Production of California, by Counties, 1897.—Chas. G.

Yale. (Tabulated sheet) • Bulletin 14. Mineral Production of California, by Counties, 1898.-Chas. G.

Yale. (Tabulated sheet) Bulletin 15. Map of Oil City Oil Fields, Fresno County.-J. H. Means. *Bulletin 16. The Genesis of Petroleum and Asphaltum in California.-A. S.

Cooper. 1899

PUBLICATIONS OF THE CALIFORNIA STATE MINING BUREAU-Continued.
Asterisk (*) indicates the publication is out of print.

Price.
Bulletin 17. Mineral Production of California, by Counties, 1899.-Chas. G.

Yale. (Tabulated sheet) •Bulletin 18. The Mother Lode Region of California.-W. H. Storms, 1900* Bulletin 19. Oil and Gas Yielding Formations of California.-W. L. Watts.

1900 *Bulletin 20. Synopsis of General Report of State Mining Bureau.—W. L.

Watts. 1900 * Bulletin 21. Mineral Production of California, by Counties, 1900.--Chas. G.

Yale. (Tabulated sheet)
*Bulletin 22. Mineral Production of California for Fourteen Years. Chas. G.

Yale. 1900. (Tabulated sheet)
Bulletin. Reconnaissance of the Colorado Desert Mining District.-Stephen

Bowers. 1901
Bulletin 23. The Copper Resources of California.-P. C. DuBois, F. M. Ander-
son, J. H. Tibbits, and G. A. Tweedy. 1902_-

$0.50 * Bulletin 24. The Saline Deposits of California.-G. E. Bailey. 1902_ * Bulletin 25. Mineral Production of California, by Counties, 1901.-Chas. G.

Yale. (Tabulated sheet) *Bulletin 26. Mineral Production of California for Fifteen Years.-Chas. G.

Yale. 1901. (Tabulated sheet) * Bulletin 27. The Quicksilver Resources of California.-Wm. Forstner. 1903 * Bulletin 28. Mineral Production of California, by Counties, 1902.-Chas. G.

Yale. (Tabulated sheet) * Bulletin 29. Mineral Production of California for Sixteen Years.—Chas. G.

Yale. 1902. (Tabulated sheet) *Bulletin 30. A Bibliography of Geology, Palæontology, and Mineral Resources

of California.-A. W. Vogdes. 1903 *Bulletin 31. Chemical Analyses of California Petroleum.-H. N. Cooper. 1903.

(Tabulated sheet) Bulletin 32. Production and Use of Petroleum in California.-P. W. Prutzman. 1904

.25 *Bulletin 33. Mineral Production of California, by Counties, 1903.—Chas. G.

Yale. (Tabulated sheet) * Bulletin 34. Mineral Production of California for Seventeen Years. -Chas. G.

Yale. 1903. (Tabulated sheet) *Bulletin 35. Mines and Minerals of California for 1903. -Chas. G. Yale. 1904.

(Statistical)
*Bulletin 36. Gold Dredging in California.-J. E. Doolittle. 1905.-
Bulletin 37. Gems, Jewelers' Materials, and Ornamental Stones of California.

-Ġeorge F. Kunz. 1905 :
First edition (without colored plates).

.25
*Second edition (with colored plates).
*Bulletin 38. The Structural and Industrial Materials of California. -Wm.

Forstner, T. C. Hopkins, C. Naramore, L. H. Eddy. 1906-*Bulletin 39. Mineral Production of California, by Counties, 1904. -Chas. G.

Yale. (Tabulated sheet) *Bulletin 40. Mineral Production of California for Eighteen Years.—Chas. G.

Yale. 1904. (Tabulated sheet) *Bulletin 41. Mines and Minerals of California, for 1904—Chas. G. Yale

(Statistical) *Bulletin 42. Mineral Production of California, by Counties, 1905.-Chas. G.

Yale. (Tabulated sheet) *Bulletin 43. Mineral Production of California for Nineteen Years.-Chas. G.

Yale. 1905. (Tabulated sheet) *Bulletin 44. Mines and Minerals of California, for 1905.-Chas. G. Yale.

(Statistical) *Bulletin 45. Auriferous Black Sands of California.-J. A. Edman. 1907Bulletin 46. General Index to Publications of the State Mining Bureau.—Compiled by Chas. G. Yale. 1907.-

.30 *Bulletin 47. Mineral Production of California, by Counties, 1906. -Chas. G.

Yale. (Tabulated sheet) *Bulletin 48. Mineral Production of California for Twenty Years.-Chas. G.

Yale, 1906. (Tabulated sheet) *Bulletin 49. Mines and Minerals of California, for 1906.-Chas. G. Yale.

(Statistical) Bulletin 50. The Copper Resources of California.-A. Hausmann, J. Kruttschnitt, Jr., W. E. Thorne, J. A. Edman. 1908_

1.00 *Bulletin 51. Mineral Production of California, by Counties, 1907.-D. H.

Walker. (Tabulated sheet) *Bulletin 52. Mineral Production of California for Twenty-one Years.-D. H.

Walker. 1907. (Tabulated sheet) *Bulletin 53. Mineral Production of California for 1907, with County Maps

D. H. Walker. 1908. (Statistical) *Bulletin 54. Mineral Production of California, by Counties, 1908.-D. H.

Walker. (Tabulated sheet) *Bulletin 55. Mineral Production of California for Twenty-two Years.-D. H.

Walker. 1908. (Tabulated sheet) *Bulletin 56. Mineral Production for 1908, County Maps, and Mining Laws

of California.-D. H. Walker. 1909. (Statistical) *Bulletin 57. Gold Dredging in California.-W. B. Winston, Charles Janin.

1910 *Bulletin 58. Mineral Production of California, by Counties, 1909.-D. H.

Walker. (Tabulated sheet) *Bulletin 59. Mineral Production of California for Twenty-three Years.-D. H.

Walker. 1909. (Tabulated sheet)

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PUBLICATIONS OF THE CALIFORNIA STATE MINING BUREAU-Continued. Asterisk (*) indicates the publication is out of print.

Price. •Bulletin 60. Mineral Production for 1909, County Maps, and Mining Laws

of California.-D. H. Walker. 1910. (Statistical). *Bulletin 61. Mineral Production of California, by Counties, for 1910.-D. H.

Walker. (Tabulated sheet) *Bulletin 62. Mineral Production of California for Twenty-four Years.-D. H.

Walker. 1910. (Tabulated sheet) Bulletin 63. Petroleum in Southern California.-P. W. Prutzman. 1912---- $ 0.75 Bulletin 64. Mineral Production for 1911.-E. S. Boalich, 1912. Bulletin 65. Mineral Production for 1912.-E. S. Boalich, 1913*Bulletin 66. Mining Laws, United States and California, 1914Bulletin 67. Minerals of California.-A. S. Eakle. 1914.

1.00 Bulletin 68. Mineral Production for 1913.-E. S. Boalich. 1914_ Bulletin 69. Petroleum Industry of California, with Folio of Maps (18x22 in.) -R. P. McLaughlin and C. A. Waring, 1914--

2.00 *Bulletin 70. Mineral Production for 1914, with Mining Law Appendix. 1915 *Bulletin 71. California Mineral Production for 1915, with Mining Law Appen

dix and Maps.-Walter W. Bradley, 1916. Bulletin 72. Geologic Formations of California

.25 Bulletin 73. First Annual Report of State Oil and Gas SupervisorBulletin 74. Mineral Production of California, 1916 Bulletin 75. Mining Laws, United States and California, 1917. Bulletin 76. Manganese and Chromiu in Califor (in preparation)Bulletin 77. Catalogue of Publications of California State Mining Bureau. Bulletin 78. Quicksilver Resources of California. (In preparation).

Registers of Mines with Maps. Amador County

$.25 Butte County

.25 *Calaveras County *El Dorado County *Inyo County *Kern County Lake County Mariposa County *Nevada County *Placer County * Plumas County *San Bernardino County *San Diego County Santa Barbara County

.25 *Shasta County *Sierra County *Siskiyou County *Trinity County *Tuolumne County Yuba County

.25 Register of Oil Wells (with map), Los Angeles City--

.35 OTHER MAPS. California, Showing Mineral Deposits (50x60 in.) — Mounted

$1.50 Forest Reserves in CaliforniaMounted

.50 Unmounted

.30 *Mineral and Relief Map of California.. El Dorado County, Showing Boundaries of National Forests.

.20 Madera County, Showing Boundaries of National Forests

.20 Placer County, Showing Boundaries of National Forests_

.20 Shasta County, Showing Boundaries of National Forests.

.20 Sierra County, Showing Boundaries of National Forests. Siskiyou County, Showing Boundaries of National Forests.

.29 Trinity County, Showing Boundaries of National Forests.

.45 Tuolumne County, Showing Boundaries of National Forests_

.20 *Mother Lode Region Desert Region of Southern California

.10 Minaret District, Madera County

.20 Copper Deposits in California.

.05 Calaveras County

.25 Plumas County

.25 Tuolumne County

.25 Geological Map of California (mounted)—50x60 inches.

2.50 DETERMINATION OF MINERAL SAMPLES. Samples (limited to three at one time) of any mineral found in the state may be sent to the Bureau for identification, and the same will be classified free of charge. No_samples will be determined if received from points outside the state. It must be understood that no assays, or quantitative determinations will be made. Samples should be in lump form if possible, and marked plainly with name of sender on outside of package, etc. No samples will be received unless delivery charges are prepaid. A letter should accompany sample, giving locality where mineral was found and the nature of the information desired.

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INDEX.

Page

Page
Act creating State Mining Bureau--- 11

Description of claims.
Regulating explosives

41

Discovery of mining claims. -97, 102
To amend Civil Code relating to

Veins
eminent domain

57
Districts of oil in California.

13
Amalgam, larceny of.-.

69

Dividends, how made_
Amended location of mine-

99

Duties of Oil and Gas Commissioners.
Annual charges on oil land.-

20
Report by owners of oil wells.

20 Election of Oil and Gas Commissioners 14
Report by State Oil and Gas Super-

Eminent domain, right of--

56
visor

25

Employment hours, regulation of in
Apex

104
mines

65
Application for patents.-
100 End lines

103
For permit to appropriate water_87, 88

Excess ground in claim-

--97, 98, 99
To lease mineral land.
55 Exits for minescu

66
Articles in incorporation, filing of. 47 Expert testimony on mines.

106
Assessments, annual, on mining

Exploration of potash..

31
claims

28
Explosives, definition of_

39, 61
Assessment charges

20
Inspectors

40
Collection of

20

Licenses for manufacture and han-
Levying

20
dling

39, 40
Of oil lands, board of review and

Marking of containers.

64
correction on oil proceedings- 21
On common carriers-

65
Delinquent charges

23

Regulations for by California Debris
Disposal of funds from assess-

Commission

38
ment

24
To provide for control of..

61
Protest of charges--

23
Extraction of the minerals from water

54
Publication of assessment notices 22 Extralateral rights

105
Record of assessment on oil lands 22
On mining claims.-.

59 Failure to perform assessment work-
Soldiers and sailors temporarily

.61, 105
relieved from
107 | Federal statutes

27
On oil lands.

21 Fee for filing application for permit.
Rate of

21
for broker

75
Assessment work

-99, 102, 105

Fees charged and collected by Com-
Failure to perform

61

missioners of Corporations. 78
Location of

58
By State Water Commission

83
Recording of affidavit,
--59, 60 Fencing abandoned shafts-

67
Suspended during 1917 and 1918--- 108 Financial estimate for oil act-

20
Assistant State Oil and Gas Super Forest reserves, mining claims in. 34
visor

11 Forfeiture of charters.-
Forms for location notices.-

70
Blue Sky Law
72 Fraud, definition of..

73
Penalty for violation of.

76 Fraudulent and exaggerated reports,
Boundaries, marking of.. 97, 99, 104

penalty for

51
Broker, definition of.--

73 Fund, Corporation Commission--- 79
California Debris Commission..
34 Gas and oil claims.

30
Hydraulic mining regulation by
35 Charges on

20
Regulations for explosives..

Gas and oil as minerals.

101
California State Mining Bureau-

7 Gifts and legacies, acceptance by State
California statutes

44
Mineralogist

10
Camp sites, land for.-

32
Gold dust, larceny of

69
Charters, forfeiture of

48
Citizenship, proof of
27 Hospital, miners'

68
Coal mines, regulations of
67 Hours of employment, regulation of.

65
Commissioner of Corporations.
77 Hydraulic mines

42
Commissioners, Oil and Gas Depart-

Mining

54
ment

13
Mining defined

-35, 42
Company, definition of..

72
Complaint of operators.
16 Improvements on mines-

100
Testimony of oil proceedings_
16 Incorporation taxes

47
Corporate Securities Act..

72 Industrial Accident Commission--106, 107
Corporation Commission Fund.
79 Inspection of hydraulic mines.

43
License Tax Law.

46 Instruction to owners and operators
Corporations, mining

44

of hydraulic mines in California 42
Course of vein.

106 Interstate Commerce Commission, re-
Current decisions on mines and mining 97

lation of Commissioner of Cor-
porations to

80
Debris Commission of California. 34 Intrastate business.

48, 13, 59
Fund

38 Investigation of reservoir streams. 95
Department of Petroleum and Gas. 11
Deputy Oil and Gas Supervisors. 12 Known lodes-placer patent----

100
District Oil and Gas Supervisors. 13
Oil districts of California.

13 Lands uncovered by recession of water
Records of operators--

13 Larceny of gold dust and amalgam--- 69

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