How the Department of Mines of Canada Serves the Public

CIM Bulletin1929
THE Department of Mines as at present constituted has evolved from the organization which came into existence following the passage of the Geology and Mines Act by the Dominion Parliament in 1907. At the outset, it may be said that it is not a function of the Department of Mines, nor of any of its branches, to administer the mining rights vested in the Crown.
Keywords: British Columbia, Mineral, Northern Alberta, Ottawa, Western Canada, Canada, Fuel, Fuels, Investigations, Mine, Mines, Mines Branch, Survey, Surveys
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