30 U.S. Code Title 30 - Mineral Lands And Mining

United States Bureau Of Mines
Mineral Lands And Regulations In General
Lands Containing Coal, Oil, Gas, Salts, Asphaltic Materials, Sodium, Sulphur, And Building Stone
Leases And Prospecting Permits
Lease Of Gold, Silver, Or Quicksilver Deposits When Title Confirmed By Court Of Private Land Claims
Lease Of Oil And Gas Deposits In Or Under Railroads And Other Rights-of-way
Lease Of Mineral Deposits Within Acquired Lands
Development Of Lignite Coal Resources
Rare And Precious Metals Experiment Station
Mining Claims On Lands Subject To Mineral Leasing Laws
Multiple Mineral Development Of The Same Tracts
Entry And Location On Coal Lands On Discovery Of Source Material
Control Of Coal-mine Fires
Anthracite Mine Drainage And Flood Control
Surface Resources
Mineral Development Of Lands Withdrawn For Power Development
Exploration Program For Discovery Of Minerals
Coal Research And Development
Conveyances To Occupants Of Unpatented Mining Claims
Mine Safety And Health
Geothermal Resources
Surface Mining Control And Reclamation
Deep Seabed Hard Mineral Resources
Geothermal Energy
Materials And Minerals Policy, Research, And Development
Oil And Gas Royalty Management
Marine Mineral Resources Research
Methane Hydrate Research And Development

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