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U.S. Code - Unannotated Title 30. Mineral Lands and Mining

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  • Chapter 1. The United States Bureau of Mines
  • Chapter 2. Mineral Lands and Regulations in General
  • Chapter 3. Lands Containing Coal, Oil, Gas, Salts, Asphaltic Materials, Sodium, Sulphur, and Building Stone
  • Chapter 3A. Leases and Prospecting Permits
  • Chapter 4. Lease of Gold, Silver, or Quicksilver Deposits When Title Confirmed by Court of Private Land Claims
  • Chapter 5. Lease of Oil and Gas Deposits in or Under Railroads and Other Rights-Of-Way
  • Chapter 7. Lease of Mineral Deposits Within Acquired Lands
  • Chapter 8. Development of Lignite Coal Resources
  • Chapter 9. Rare and Precious Metals Experiment Station
  • Chapter 11. Mining Claims on Lands Subject to Mineral Leasing Laws
  • Chapter 12. Multiple Mineral Development of the Same Tracts
  • Chapter 12A. Entry and Location on Coal Lands on Discovery of Source Material
  • Chapter 13. Control of Coal-Mine Fires
  • Chapter 14. Anthracite Mine Drainage and Flood Control
  • Chapter 15. Surface Resources
  • Chapter 16. Mineral Development of Lands Withdrawn for Power Development
  • Chapter 17. Exploration Program for Discovery of Minerals
  • Chapter 18. Coal Research and Development
  • Chapter 20. Conveyances to Occupants of Unpatented Mining Claims
  • Chapter 22. Mine Safety and Health
  • Chapter 23. Geothermal Resources
  • Chapter 25. Surface Mining Control and Reclamation
  • Chapter 26. Deep Seabed Hard Mineral Resources
  • Chapter 27. Geothermal Energy
  • Chapter 28. Materials and Minerals Policy, Research, and Development
  • Chapter 29. Oil and Gas Royalty Management
  • Chapter 31. Marine Mineral Resources Research
  • Chapter 32. Methane Hydrate Research and Development

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