Any individual, a citizen of the United States, or one who has declared an intention to become such, who discovers a placer deposit of minerals upon the unappropriated public domain of the United States within this state, which minerals are subject to location under the mineral and mining laws of the United States, may locate a placer claim thereon by posting in a conspicuous place thereon a notice of such discovery and location. The notice shall contain:
(1) The name of the claim.
(2) The name of the individual or individuals locating the claim.
(3) The date of the location of the claim.
(4) The number of feet or acres claimed, together with a description, either by legal subdivisions, if practicable, or if not, then by reference to some natural object or permanent monument in the vicinity of the claim, which will identify the claim located. [1961 c.525 §2]Section: Previous 517.010 517.020 517.030 517.040 517.042 517.044 517.046 517.048 517.050 517.052 517.060 517.065 517.070 517.080 517.090 Next
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