Common Varieties Act of 1955

Common Varieties Act of 1955

Definition

Federal law that removed common varieties of sand, stone, gravel, pumice, pumicite, and cinders found on federal lands from the operation of the General Mining Law of 1872 and instead required those common varieties to be purchased from the federal government.

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