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MINING LAWS OF MOUNTAIN LAKE MINING DISTRICT, AS AMENDED AT A MINERS' MEETING, HELD IN LITTLE

COTTONWOOD CANYON, AUGUST 30TH, 1869, PURSUANT TO 20 DAYS' NOTICE GIVEN BY THE RECORDER.

ARTICLE I.--Boundaries. This district shall be known as the Mountain Lake Mining District, and will be bounded as follows: Commencing at the "Hot Springs," near Salt Lake City; thence east to the crest of the Wasatch range of mountains, thence sonth along said crest to the south line of Salt Lake County; thence west along said county line to the river Jordan; thence along the east bank of said river to a point directly west of said Hot Springs; thence east to the place of beginning.

ARTICLE II. The extent of a claim on any mineral vein shall be two hundred feet along the lode with a width of one hundred feet on either sido, including all dips, spurs, depths, widths, offshoots, and variations, and all the mineral therein contained; and priority of location shall determine the ownership of all crosses or other lodes traversing ground claimed under these laws; the discoverer and locator shall be ontitled to one claim additional for discovery.

ARTICLE III. All claims shall be measured in a horizontal line, and numbered 1, 2, 3, etc., from discovery claim either way, or takon in company, to any amount not exceeding three thousand feet in length of any vein or lode.

ARTICLE IV. If within three months after this meeting, any claim-holder shall do three days' work on his claim or lode, such claim shall bo hold good, and thereafter they shall do three days' work every year, until they shall have performed all the work necessary to obtain a patent from the U. S. Government. Any claim-holder failing to comply with this article, their claims shall be subject to relocation, excopt such claims as have been worked upon, and for which certificates have been given. On motion, six dollars por day was declared to be the standard of each days' work.

ARTICLE V. Work done or caused to be done on any tunnel, cut, shaft, water ditch or privilege, in good faith, for the benefit of any claim, shall be considered as done on the claim owned by such person or company.

ARTICLE VI. All claims shall be recorded within ten days after a notice of location shall have been posted thereon, but a notice filed with the Recorder shall be considered equivalent to a Record.

ARTICLE VII. Claims on gold surface diggings shall be each two hundred feet square.
ARTICLE VIII. Locators on veins of coal or iron shall be entitled to 500 feet square, and 500 feet additional for discovery.

ARTICLE IX. No person shall hold more than one claim on any one lode vein by location; by purchase any number of claims may be held.

ARTICLE X. It shall be the duty of the Recorder, upon satisfactory evidence being given, that the required amount of work has been done, to issue certificates of real estate, upon application being made by the claim-holder or his attorney, with such evidence as ho may deem satisfactory, and, farther, it shall be the duty of the Recorder to record such certificates on the record books of the district when required.

ARTICLE XI. All voters at meetings to regulate mining laws, shall be claim-holders in the district.

ARTICLE XII. All meetings for the purpose of election or changing these laws, must be called by posting written notices in at least three public places in the district, and by publishing the same in a newspaper in the District, said publication to be made in either caso by tho Recorder during at least twenty days previous to such meeting, stating the object thereof.

ARTICLE XIII. There shall be a Recorder chosen from among the miners of the district, who shall hold his office during a term of one year, or until his successor shall be duly elected, which can only be done by a majority of the legal voters present at a meeting for that purpose; Providod, The Recorder is called away, he has tho power to appoint a deputy, until a new Recorder may be chosen.

ARTICLE XIV. He shall record all claims presented for that purpose, and be entitled to receive therefor a sum not exceeding ono dollar for each claim or company; Provided, That it shall not be lawful for him to record any claim in conflict with a prior location; he shall endorse on all notices placed on filo in his office, the exact time of presentation for record; it shall be his duty, if required by the locator, to furnish each shareholder with a certificate of his claim, attested by the seal of his office, for each of which he shall receive tho sum of fifty cents ; before recording a claim he shall satisfy himself that no rights are infringed.

ARTICLE XV. The Records of all claims located in this district, and heretofore recorded under the laws of the Wasatch Mining District, shall be transcribed into the books of this district; but from the date of the adoption of such laws, such claims shall be subject thereto.

ARTICLE XVI. The Recorder shall keep two series of books, in one of which to record all locations, and in the other all transfers, to be styled Book A, B, and C, of claims, and Book A, B, and C, of Transfers, in the lattor of which he shall place on record all deeds of shares presented for that purpose, for which he shall receivo the sum of one dollar for each. All such records, with the necessary stamp affixed, shall be deemed legal ovidence of salo or ownership as the case may be.

ARTICLE XVII. All examinations of Records shall be mado in the presence of the Recorder or his deputy; when relieved tho Recorder shall turn ovor all books and papers to his successor.

ARTICLE XVIII. All records and copies thereof, shall be legal evidence of their contents in all courts in this Territory.

ARTICLE XIX, Certificates of real estate issued by the Recorder, shall be printed on durable paper, and tho Rocorder shall receive for dach the sum of one dollar.

On motion, Article 20 was added to the By-Laws, which is as follows:

ARTICLE XX. Provided any number of miners not less than six think it necessary to call a special meeting, the Recorder may call such meeting by giving four days' notice, to transact any or all business not mentioned in Article 12. Notice of which shall bo posted in four public places in the district.

On motion, all claims located prior to this date that have not been worked upon according to law, are subject to relocation.

On motion, James Wall was re-elected Recorder for the ensuing year.
On motion, meeting adjourned sine die.
(Signed)

JOSEPH S. WING, Chairman.

C. L. HAINES, Secretary.

JAMES WALL, Recorder.

LITTLE COTTONWOOD CANON, August 30, 1869.

I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true, full and correct copy of the Record now in my office, as found on the Book of the Mountain Lake Mining District.

(SEAL.]

EDWIN D. WOOLLEY, Recorder Salt Lake County, Utah, and Deputy Recorder of Mountain Lake Mining District.

DECEMBER 11, 1875.

MINING LAWS OF MOUNTAIN LAKE MINING DISTRICT, CONTINUED. At a meeting of the claim-holders of Mountain Lake Mining District, held at Camp Douglas, U. T., May 29th, 1866, it was moved and seconded, and carried unanimously, that the By-Laws, as amended, should be transcribed as follows:

ARTICLE I This District shall be known as the Mountain Lake Mining District, being a part of the Wasatch District, to be bounded as follows: Beginning at the junction of Parley's Creek, with the Jordan river; thenco up the right bank of said creek to the original eastern boundary Wasatch Mining District; thence along said eastern boundary to the head of Utah Lake; thence along said eastern margin of said lake to tho head of the Jordan river; thence along the eastern margin of said river to the point of starting.

ARTICLE II. The extent of a claim on any mineral vein shall be two hundred feet along the lode, with a width of one hundred feet on either side, including all its dips, spurs, angles, depths, widths, offshoots, and variations, and all the mineral therein contained ; and priority of location shall determine the ownership of all crossos or other leads traversing ground claimed under these laws; the discoverer and locator shall be entitled to ono claim additional for discovery.

ARTICLE III. All claims shall be measured on a horizontal line, and numbered 1, 2, 3, etc., from discovery claim either way.

ARTICLE IV. If within six months after the adoption of this article, one day's work shall have been done on any one claim, or twelve days' work by any company on their lode in this Mining District, or within six months after location of claims, the ground so claimed shall be deemed as belonging in feo, (except as against the United States), to the owners or their assigns forever, and the same chall not be subject to re-location.

ARTICLE V. Work done or caused to be done by the owner, in any tunnei, cat, shaft, water ditch or privilege, in good faith, for the benefit of any claim, shall be considered as done on tho claim owned by said person or company.

ARTICLE VI. All claims shall be recorded within ten days after a notice of location shall have been posted thereon, but a notice filed for record in the Recorder's office, shall be considered equivalent to a record.

ARTICLE VII. Claims on gold surface diggings shall be each two hundred feet square.
ARTICLE VIII. Locators on veins of coal or iron shall be entitled to 500 feet, and 500 feet additional for discovery.

ARTICLE IX. No person shall hold more than one claim by location on any one vein or lode; by purchase any number of claims may bo held.

ARTICLE X. It shall be the duty of the Recorder, upon satisfactory evidence being given, that the required amount of work has been done, to issuo certificate of real estate, upon application being made by the claim-holder or his attorney, with such evidence as he may deoin satisfactory, and, further, it shall be the duty of the Recorder to record such certificate on the record books of the district, when required.

ARTICLE XI. All voters at meetings to regulate the mining laws of, shall be claim-holders of, the district.

ARTICLE XII. All meetings for the purpose of elections or changing these laws, must be called by posting written notices in at least three public places in the district, or by publishing the same in a newspaper printed in this Territory, said publication to be made by the Recorder in either case during at least twenty days previous to such meeting, stating the object thereof.

ARTICLE XIII. There shall be a Recorder chosen from among the miners of the district, who shall hold his ofice during a term of one year, unless a successor be duly elected, which can only be done by a majority of the legal voters present, at a meeting for that purpose; Provided, The Rocorder is called away, no may appoint a deputy, until a new Recorder may be chosen.

ARTICLE XIV. He shall record all claims presented for that purpose, and be entitled to receive therefor a sum not exceeding one dollar for each soparato claim or company; Provided, That it shall not be lawful for him to record any claim in conflict with a prior location; he shall endorse on all notices placed on file in his office, the exact time of presentation for record; it shall be the duty, if required by the locator, to furnish each shareholder with a certificate of his claim attested by the seal of his office, for each of which he shall receive tho sum of fifty cents; before recording any claim he shall satisfy himself that no rights are infringed.

ARTICLE XV. The Records of all claims located in this district, and heretofore recorded under the laws of the Wasatch Mining District, shall be transcribed into the books of this district; but from the adoption of these laws, such claims shall be subject thereto.

ARTICLE XVI. Tho Recorder shall keep two series of books, in one of which to record all claims, and in the other all transfers in this district, to be styled Books A, B, and C, of Transfers, and A, B, and C, of Claims, in the former of which he shall place on record all deeds of shares presented for that purpose, for which he shall be entitled to receive a sam not exceeding one dollar in each case. All such records, with the necessary revenue stamps affixed, shall be deemed legal evidence of sale or ownership as the case may be.

ARTICLE XVII. All examinations of the Records shall be made in the presence of the Recorder or his depaty; when relieved tho Recorder shall turn all books and papers pertaining to his office to his successor; ho shall have a seal, and attest all acknowledgments and certificates made by him; Prorided, That ho may use his private seal until the proper seal of office may be obtained.

ARTICLE XVIII. All records and copies thereof, shall be legal evidence of their contents in all courts of this Territory.

ARTICLE XIX. Certificates of real estato issued by the Recorder, shall bo printed on durable paper, and the Recorder shall receive for each the sum of one dollar.

I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true, full and correct copy of the Record now in my office, as found on the Book of the Mountain Lake Mining District. (SEAL)

EDWIN D. WOOLLEY, Recorder Salt Lake County, Utah, and Deputy Recorder of Mountain Lake Mining District.

DECEMBER 11, 1875.

MINING LAWS OF MOUNTAIN LAKE MINING DISTRICT, AS AMENDED AT A MINERS' MEETING, HELD IN LITTLE

COTTONWOOD CANYON, AUGUST 30TH, 1869, PURSUANT TO 20 DAYS' NOTICE GIVEN BY THE RECORDER.

ARTICLE I.--Boundaries. This district shall be known as the Mountain Lake Mining District, and will be bounded as follows: Commencing at the "Hot Springs," near Salt Lake City; thence east to the crest of the Wasatch range of mountains, thence south along said crest to the south line of Salt Lake County; thence west along said county line to the river Jordan; thence along the east bank of said river to a point directly west of said Hot Springs; thence east to the place of beginning.

ARTICLE II. The extent of a claim on any mineral vein shall be two hundred feet along the lode with a width of one hundred foot on either sido, including all dips, spurs, depths, widths, offshoots, and variations, and all the mineral therein contained; and priority of location shall determine the ownership of all crosses or other lodes traversing ground claimed under these laws; the discoverer and locator shall be entitled to one claim additional for discovery.

ARTICLE III. All claims shall be measured in a horizontal line, and numbered 1, 2, 3, eto., from discovery claim either way, or takon in company, to any amount not exceeding three thousand feet in length of any vein or lode.

ARTICLE IV. If within three months after this meeting, any claim-holder shall do three days' work on his claim or lode, such claim shall be held good, and thereafter they shall do threo days' work every year, until they shall have performed all the work necessary to obtain a patent from the U. S. Government. Any claim-holder failing to comply with this article, their claims shall be subject to relocation, except such claims as have been worked upon, and for which certificates have been given. On motion, six dollars por day was declared to be the standard of each days' work.

ARTICLE V. Work done or caused to be done on any tunnel, cut, shaft, watoz ditch or privilege, in good faith, for the benefit of any claim, shall be considered as done on the claim owned by such person or company.

ARTICLE VI. All claims shall be recorded within ten days after a notice of location shall have been posted thereon, but a notice filed with the Recorder shall be considered equivalent to a Record.

ARTICLE VII. Claims on gold surface diggings shall be each two hundred foot square.
ARTICLE VIII. Locators on veins of coal or iron shall be entitled to 500 feet square, and 500 feet additional for discovery.

ARTICLE IX. No person shall hold more than one claim on any one lode vein by location; by purchase any number of claims inay be held.

ARTICLE X. It shall be the duty of the Recorder, upon satisfactory evidence being given, that the required amount of work has been dono, to issuo certificates of real estate, upon application being made by the claim-holder or his attorney, with such evidence as ho may deem satisfactory, and, further, it shall be the duty of the Recorder to record such certificates on the record books of the district when required.

ARTICLE XI. All voters at meetings to regulate mining laws, shall be claim-holders in the district.

ARTICLE XII. All meetings for the purpose of election or changing these laws, must be called by posting written notices in at least three public places in the district, and by publishing the same in a newspaper in the District, said publication to be made in either caso by tho Recorder during at least twenty days previous to such meeting, stating the object thereof.

ARTICLE XIII. There shall be a Recorder chosen from among the miners of the district, who shall hold his office during a torm of one year, or until his successor shall be duly elected, which can only be done by a majority of the legal voters present at a meeting for that purpose; Providod, The Recorder is called away, he has the power to appoint a deputy, until a now Recorder may be chosen.

ARTICLE XIV. He shall record all claims presented for that purpose, and be entitled to receive there for a sum not exceeding ono dollar for each claim or company; Proridod, That it shall not be lawful for him to record any claim in conflict with a prior location ; he shall endorse on all notices placed on file in his office, the exact time of presentation for record; it shall be his duty, if required by the locator, to furnish each shareholder with a certificate of his claim, attested by the seal of his office, for each of which he shall receive tho sum of fifty cents; before recording a claim he shall satisfy himself that no rights are infringed.

ARTICLE XV. The Records of all claims located in this district, and heretofore recorded under the laws of the Wasatch Mining District, shall be transcribed into the books of this district; but from the date of the adoption of such laws, such claims shall be subject thereto.

ARTICLE XVI. The Recorder shall keep two series of books, in one of which to record all locations, and in the other all transfers, to be styled Book A, B, and C, of claims, and Book A, B, and C, of Transfers, in the lattor of which he shall place on record all deeds of shares presented for that purpose, for which he shall receive the sum of one dollar for each. All such records, with tho necessary stamp affixed, shall be deemed legal evidence of sale or ownership as the case may be.

ARTICLE XVII. All examinations of Records shall be made in the presence of the Recorder or his deputy; when relieved tho Recorder shall turn over all books and papers to his successor.

ARTICLE XVIII. all records and copies thereof, shall be legal evidence of their contents in all courts in this Territory.

ARTICLE XIX. Certificates of real estate issued by the Recorder, shall be printed on durable paper, and the Rocorder shall receive for Cach the sum of one dollar.

On motion, Article 20 was added to the By-Laws, which is as follows:

ARTICLE XX. Provided any number of miners not less than six think it necessary to call a special meeting, the Recorder may call such meeting by giving four days' notice, to transact any or all business not mentioned in Article 12. Notice of which shall be posted in four public places in the district.

On motion, all claims located prior to this date that have not been worked upon according to law, are subject to relocation.

On motion, James Wall was re-elected Recorder for the ensuing year.
On motion, meeting adjourned sine die.
(Signed)

JOSEPH S. WING, Chairman.

C. L. HAINES, Secretary.

JAMES WALL, Recorder.

LITTLE COTTONWOOD CANON, August 30, 1869.

Names of miners present at said meeting. 0. P. ROCKWELL,

ISADOR MORRIS,

G. VON SCHOONHOVER, H. P. KIMBALL,

J. FLETCHER,

GEO. WOOD,
THOS. JENKINS,

JACKSON JONES,

S. D. SIRRINE,
CHAS. ORISMON,

WILLIAM REED,

E. ROGERS,
THOS. SHOWELL,

J. EDDINS,

ALBERT REIS,
JAS. LAWSON,

H. O. LINCOLN,

A. TARBERT,
H. J. FAUST,

THOS. WILLIAMS,

J. BERNARD,
W. H. RAGER,

JOHN J. GREENE,

R. GILL,
W. D. FULLER,

B. F. DEWEY,

E. CHAMBERS.
B. REDELL,

JAS. LAWRENCE,
ED. LAVALLE,

OREN ROCKWELL,
I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of the By-Laws of the Mountain Lake Mining
District, as recorded in the Mining Records of said Mountain Lake Mining District, with the amendments thereto.
SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 25th, 1870.

JAMES WALL, Recorder. I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true, full and correct copy of the Record now in my office, as found on the Book of the Mountain Lake Mining District.

EDWIN D. WOOLLEY, (SEAL.]

Recorder Salt Lake County, Utah, and Deputy Recorder of Mountain Lake Mining District. DECEMBER 11, 1875.

IRON COUNTY.PINTO IRON MINING DISTRICT.

BYE LAWS AND OTHER MATTERS OF THE PINTO IRON MINING DISTRICT, IRON COUNTY UTAH TERRITORY.

At a Meeting of Miners, at the Hulse House Iron County, Utah Territory May 26th 1868,

On motion of Seth. M Blair said Miners proceeded to organize a Mining District, by electing Ebenezar Hanks President Seth M Blair Recorder, and Peter Shirts, Robert Richey, and Chapman Duncan Directors.

Whereupon said Miners adopted the following Constitution and Bye Laws for said District (bounded as follows, viz, the boundaries here decribed were afterwards changed, so I insert the corrected ones at the close)

CONSTITUTION ARTICLE 1st. Said District shall be known as the Pinto Iron Mining District

Art 2nd. The Officers of said district shall consist of a President a Recorder and three Directors, who shall be chosen by the Miners of said District, and whose term of Office shall be (2) two years, or until their successors shall be elected and qualified, as the Laws of the District may prescribe,

Art 3rd The Miners of said District, shall have power to make such Laws, for the Government of said District not conflicting with the Laws of Congress or with the Statutes of the Territory of Utah as they may deem proper to develope the Mineral Leades or Lodes of said District and to protect the Miner in the same,

ART 4th A claim on a Leade or Lode in said District shall be as defined by the Act of Congress approved July 26tb 1866.

Art 5th A person to constitute a Miner must own and work a claim either in person or by proxey in said District as the Law directs

ART 6th All persons with the qualifications as described in Article 5th shall be entitled to a Seat in the Law making department of the District,

Art 7th–It shall be the duty of the President of the District to preside at all public Meetings assembly's of the Miners when legally assembled in said District with the assistance of one or more of the Directors as Vice Presidents

ART 8th—The duty of the Directors shall be the President presiding to decide all litigated claims between the Miners in said District touching the discovery Location, and the recording of claims in the same and to preside over legal assemblies in the absence of the President, and in case of a vacancy from any cause in the office of the President any two of the Directors shall have power to Act as President until a successor shall be elected and qualified as the Law may direct

Art 9th Legal Assemblys of the Miners of said District may be had on the petition of a respectable number of Miners to the President or Directors who shall order the same by publication or Notice ten days previous to the Meeting and an Assembly may be called by the President and Directors at time by giving proper Notice of the same as the Law may direct,

ART 10th There shall be elected at the same time and place that the President and Directors are elected a Recorder for the District whose term of office shall be (2) two years and until his successor shall be elected and qualified whose duty it shall be to keep a true and faithful record of all legal Assemblies of the Miners of said District and record all claims on mineral Leades or Lodes in said District that shall be presented to him for record, provided the same has not been filed or recorded in his office.

ART 11th The President shall have power to appoint a Recorder until one shall be regularly elected,

ART 12th It shall not be lawful for any person to hold an office in this District unless he shall be a resident of the District and owns and works a claim provided nevertheless he may be represented by proxy as the Law may direct,

ART 13th No Law shall be valid in this District that will impair the rights of a Miner a resident to his claim provided said miner is using his best endeavours to develope the Mineral resources of the District

ART 14th Elections shall be held to elect the officers of said District as the Law may direct provided that the first election shall be held on the 18th day of June 1871, at such place in the District as the President of the District may Direct who shall appoint Judges to

hold the same, who may appoint their own Clerk, who shall give a certificate of election to the person receiving the highest number of votes for each office which shall be signed by the Judges of the election and be the Authority for said persons to Act in his said office

ART 15th Voting shall be done by Viva-Voce at elections in this District,

The foregoing Articles of a Constitution were adopted on the day and date above written and on motion of Chapman Duncan it was resolved that the same be signed by E Lanks President of the District and certified to by S M Blair Recorder of the District (carried) (Signed)

EBENEZAR HANKS, President IS M Blair the undersigned Recorder of the Pinto Iron District do hereby certify that the foregoing Articles containing a Constitution for the aforesaid District was adopted by the miners of said District May 26th 1868 as Witness my hand day and date above written

SM BLAIR, Recorder Know all men by these presents that Ebenzear Hanks President of the Pinto Iron District Iron Cannty Utah Territory, reposing special confidence in the integrity, ability and fidelity of Seth M Blair, do by virtue of the authority invested in me by the Constitution of the Pinto Iron District appoint the said Seth M Blair, Recorder of said District with full power to do and perform all Acts required of Him as Recorder by the Laws of the District, until a Recorder shall be elected and qualified as contemplated by the Laws of said District Done in the aforesaid District this May 26th 1868, as witness my hand

EBENEZAR HANKS President Attested.

PETER SHIRTS Director
CHAPMAN DUNCAN Directors Agt,

BYE LAWS OF THE PINTO IRON DISTRICT, U. T. SECTION 1—All Discoveries and locations on any leads or Lodes in said District for mining purposes to be valid shall be recorded and an application for record of said discovery and location shall be filed with the Recorder within 20 days from the date of the discovery or location.

Sec 2nd All leades or lodes shall be known by or designated by a name and no two leades or lodes shall bear the same name in the District

SEC 3rd All discoveries and locations made on any leade or lode as above provided by any person shall have a suitable mound or mark placed on or near them to designate their location with a Notice of the fact that the party or person have located the same for mining purposes giving in said Notice the name of the Lodge or lode with the day and date of location and the number of feet claimed,

Sec 4th It shall be sufficient in law for a person or persons locating or discovering claims to say said claim runs so many feet viz the extent of the claim from the Notice on said lode or leade as the discovery shall designate for quantity

SEC 5th Claims located on leades or lodes after the discovery claim shall be known as extentions and shall be numbered by the locator from the discovery claim numerically, with the distance and as near as may be tho course,

Sec 6th Repealed July 31st 1871,

Sec 7th The transfer of a mining claim in this District shall be acknowledged before the Recorder of the District and by him recorded before the same shall be valid

SEC 8th. The Recorder of this District shall be allowed two dollars for recording each claim and two dollars for taking the aoknowledgement of a transfer and the recording of the same and one dollar for fileing an application for record for each claim.

SEC 9th No forfeiture of a claim and leade or lode in this District shall be recognized as legal through the neglect of the Officers to properly discharge their duties provided the miner can prove up his claim before the Recorder by two Witnesses he shall hold the same if a citizen of the District or represented as the Constitution prescribes,

SEC 10th 100, One hundred feet shall be allowed on each side of every leade or lode of mineral located for mineing purposes in this District, for dumping dirt and debris on or in other words for space or room to work said leade or lodes, Be it further enacted that the Recorder of this district shall not record a claim within 100 one hundred feet of any leade or lode filed for record or recorded in this District unless the applicant can prove to the satisfaction of the Recorder that he has discovered a sepperate and a well defined leade or lode within the distance of one hundred feet (100) of a recorded one, when it shall be the duty of the Recorder to record the same as other claims,

Sec 11th Claims for water for mining purposes in this District shall be designated by moetes and bounds and recorded as other mining claims

Sec 12th Any person who shall remove alter deface or molest in any manner whatever any mound stake mark or notice placed on any leade or lode of mineral or water claim in this District shall forfeit all rights as a Miner and shall be forever disqualified to hold any office of honor or trust or vote in said District,

Sec 13th The President and any one of the Directors shall constitute a Court to try all Miners for offences against the laws of the District Who upon a complaint of one Miner against another shall under the hand of the Court issue a citation to be served by the Plaintiff on the Defendant to be and appear before said Court at the time and place designated to answer Plaintiffs complaint in default of which the Court shall give judgement in favor of the plaintiff with cost, and enforce the same as the Court may deem proper, by appointing an officer of the Court to enforce its judgements

Sec 14th The right of appeal from said Miners Court shall be to the Miners of the District in Mass Meeting assembled, whose docission shall be final,

Sec 15th All proceedings of the Miners of this District shall be signed by the President of the District or in his absence by any two (2) of the directors and be certified to by the Recorder,

EBENEZAR HANKS

President Pinto Iron Distriot. Witnessed

PETER SHIRTS Director
OHAPEM DUNCAN Agt

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