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 54 Vict. Crown Grants to Mineral Claims in Railway Belt. 509
RETURN
To an Address to His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor, requesting him to cause to be
placed before the House copies of all correspondence, Orders in Council, and other
papers, that have passed between this Government and the Dominion Government,
or any other persons, concerning the refusal by the Dominion Government to issue
Crown grants for mineral claims in the " Twenty-mile Belt" in this Province,
because of alleged defects in the surveys of such claims, or any other causes
relating thereto.
By Command.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, B.C., llth April, 1891.
Victoria, B.C., 21st June, 1890.
Sir,—At the close of last year I had the honour to lay before you the documents, vouchers,
(fee, necessary for my then application for a Crown grant of the mineral claim known as
" Round Hill," and situated about five miles north-east of Illecillewaet Station, C. P. R.,
Kootenay, B. C. This claim was filed in the Land Office of the district on or about the 22nd
day of July, 1887, and work done and expended upon it over $1,000.
I have become only recently aware that owing to the settlement of the question of minerals
within the railway belt between this Province and the Dominion, it is incumbent on me before
securing the Crown grant I have applied for to pay into your office the sum of $105 for the 21
acres of land forming the claim. I crave to obtain the Crown grant, for which I now hasten
to do by enclosing my cheque on B. N. A., Victoria, B. C, for the amount, requesting your
kind offices to secure me the title with the least possible delay.
I am, &c,
(Signed)        Arthur Ew'd. McCallum.
Wm. S. Gore, Esq., Surveyor-General,
Land Office, James Bay, Victoria, B. C.
P. S.-—I paid for the Government survey of this claim.
A. E. McC.
Victoria, B. C, June 23rd, 1890.
Sir,—Herewith I have the honour to enclose my cheque for $105 as required under the
provisions of the " Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1^90," and beg to renew my application for
a Crown grant to the Corbin & Kennedy Mineral Claim, No. 2.
I have, (fee,
(Signed)        David Webber Corbin.
To the Honourable
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works. 510 Crown Grants to Mineral Claims in Railway Belt. 1891
Copy of a Report of a Committee of the Honourable the Executive  Council, approved by His
Honour the Lieutenant-Governor on the 28th day of June, 1890.
On a memorandum from the Honourable Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works,
dated 26th June, 1890, reporting—
That applications have been made by Arthur Edward McCallum and David Webber
Corbin for Crown grants to their mineral claims, which are situated at Illecillewaet, in the
Western Division of Kootenay District, and are known respectively as the " Round Hill
Mineral Claim " and the " Corbin and Kennedy Mineral Claim, No. 2."
That these claims lie within the boundaries of the Railway Belt, and that the applicants
have each deposited the sum of $105, and have complied in all other respects with the
provisions of the "Mineral Act, 1884,"and amendments thereto, relating to acquiring a Crown
grant of their respective claims.
The Committee recommend that the enclosed tracings from the plans of the survey of the
claims be forwarded to the Dominion Government with a draft for $210 in payment of the
purchase money, and an application for the issue of grants of the freehold of the surface lying
within the boundaries of the respective claims, as indicated by the said tracings and thereon
coloured red, to the Provincial Government, in accordance with the provisions of an Order in
Council approved by His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia on the 13th
day of March, 1890.    (See Sessional Papers, 1890, page 461.)
(Certified)        A. Campbell Reddie,
Deputy Clerk Executive Clerk.
The receipt of the above acknowledged by the Secretary of State in despatch dated the
14th July, 1890.
Victoria, July 29th, 1890.
To the Honourable
The Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria.
Dear Sir,—Herewith I have the honour to enclose my cheque for $105, as required
under the provisions of the " Mineral Act Amendment Act of 1890," and beg to renew my
application for a Crown grant to the " Chrystal " mineral claim.
I have, &c,
(Signed)       David Webber Corbin.
Victoria, July 29th, 1890.
To the Honourable
The Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria. •
Sir,—Herewith I have the honour to enclose my cheque for $105, as required under the
provisions of the "Mineral Act of 1890," and beg to renew my application for a Crown grant
to the " Happy Find " mineral claim.
I have, &e,
(Signed)        David Webber Corbin.
Copy of a Report of a Committee of  the  Honourable   the  Executive   Council,  approved by
His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor on the 13th day of August, 1890.
On a memorandum from the Honourable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works,
dated 7th August, 1890, reporting—
That applications have been made by David Webber Corbin for Crown grants to his
mineral claims which are situated at Illecillewaet, in the western Division of Kootenay
District, and are known respectively as the " Happy Find " mineral claim and the " Chrystal"
mineral claim. 54 Vict. Crown Grants to Mineral Claims in Railway Belt. 511
That these claims lie within the boundaries of the Railway Belt, and that the applicant
has deposited the sum of $105 for each claim, and has Complied in all other respects with the
provisions of the " Mineral Act, 1884," and amendments thereto, relative to acquiring Crown
grants to his claims.
The Committee recommend that the enclosed tracings from the plans of the survey of the
claims be forwarded to the Dominion Government with a draft for $210 in payment of the
purchase money, and an application for the issue of grants of the freehold of the surface lying
within the boundaries of the respective claims, as indicated by the said tracings and thereon
coloured reel, to the Provincial Government, in accordance with the provisions of an Order in
Council approved by His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia on the 13th
day of March, 1300.    (See Sessional Papers, 1890, page 461.)
(Certified)        A. Campbell Reddie,
Deputy Clerk Executive Council.
The receipt of the above acknowledged by the Secretary of State in despatch dated the
25th August, 1890.
Ottawa, 29th August, 1890.
Sir,—The Under Secretary of State has transferred to this department the despatch from
His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia of the 16th instant, covering copy
of a report of a Committee of his Executive Council, approved by him on the 13th instant,
showing that Arthur E. McCallum and David Webber Corbin have made application for
Crown grants to their mineral claims at Illecillewaet, known respectively as the " Happy
Find " and the " Chrystal " mineral claims, together with a draft for $210 in payment of the
purchase money.
In making this transfer the Under Secretary of State suggests that inasmuch as this
method of dealing with these applications is the result of an understanding between the two
Governments, and also to avoid delay, such applications might properly be addressed to the
Department of the Interior direct, and he adds that this suggestion has been communicated
to His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor of the Province.
Assuming, therefore that this department is now at liberty to communicate direct with the
Government of the Province concerning applications to purchase the freehold of the surface
lying within the boundaries of mineral claims, I am now directed to enclose herewith the
tracings of the above-mentioned claims, and to say that these tracings have been submitted to
the Surveyor-General, who reports that they are not sufficient to enable the lands applied for
to be identified for the purpose of the Crown patent, as they are not tied on to any line of
existing Dominion lands survey, or other known point.
I use the term " Dominion Lands Survey " advisedly, as although the Provincial Order in
Council of the 13th March, 1890, says, "In all cases where the land sought to be acquired has
already been surveyed under the authority of either Government such survey shall be accepted
as conclusive ;" in this case it is known that no land surveys have been made by the Government of British Columbia in the Illecillewaet District.
The draft for $210 in payment for the land in question will be retained here pending the
receipt of such a plan, accompanied by copies of the surveyor's field-notes as will enable the
department to issue grants to Messrs. McCallum and Corbin respectively.
I have, (fee,
(Signed)        John R. Hall,
Hon. Forbes Geo. Vernon, M. P. P., Secretary.
Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works,
Victoria, B. C.
Victoria, B.C., September 17th, 1890.
Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of a communication from the Department of the Interior, dated 29th ultimo (No. 240,639) upon the subject of an application from
this Government for a Crown patent to the freehold of the surface lying within the boundaries 512 Crown Grants to Mineral Claims in Railway Belt. 1891
of the " Happy Find " and " Chrystal" mineral claims, as provided by the agreement entered
into between the Government of the Dominion and of this Province, and referred to in a
Provincial Order in Council of 13th March last.
The decision of your Surveyor-General that the survey of these claims is not sufficient to
enable the lands to be identified, because they have not been tied on to any line of existing
Dominion Land Survey is, I beg to submit, not a sufficient cause for refusing to grant a
patent as requested. I desire to point out that such a course will be productive of delay
prejudicial to the interests of the mine owners and reflecting upon the bona fides of both
Governments.
Mineral claims in the Illecillewaet are situated at almost inaccessible heights, in regions
which it is highly improbable will ever be reached by any system of survey, and to insist upon
connecting the surveys of the claims alluded to, which were made over a year ago under
authority of this Government, with your survey along the line of the Canadian Pacific Railway
would at this late date cause a serious loss of time which for obvious reasons it is most
desirable should not occur. Moreover the agreement between the two Governments provides
that " In all cases where the land sought to be acquired has already been surveyed under
authority of either Government such survey shall be accepted as conclusive, and the grant
issued thereon."
Again I may mention that as the mineral bearing area is so great, it is highly probable
that applications may be made in the near future for grants to claims which are situated on the
confines of the railway belt, say twenty miles away from any existing system of survey. In
such cases it is clearly apparent that to make connection surveys would be impracticable, and
thus development of the mineral resources of that region would be hindered for many years to
come.
Taking into consideration the broken mountainous nature of the country in which the
mines are situated, I am unable to see that any material advantage would be gained by
connection surveys, and beg to request that your Surveyor-General may be asked to reconsider
the matter.
In the interests of all parties it is of importance that the matter should be settled with
the least possible delay.
Referring to the last lines of your letter I beg to point out that the grants to be issued
by your Department should be in favour of this Government and not in the names of
McCallum or Corbin.
I have, &e,
(Signed)       Jno. Robson,
Acting Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works.
To the Secretary, Department of the Interior,
Ottawa.
Ottawa, October 2nd, 1890.
Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 17th ultimo,
with reference to the applications of your Government for Crown grants of the mineral claims
of A. E. McCallum and D. W. Corbin, and to say that it has been submitted to the Minister
of Justice, who is the Acting Minister of the Interior.
In reply to what is stated in that letter I am directed to say that while it is the desire
of the Department to carry this work on with as little expense to all the parties as possible,
the Acting Minister does not see how it would be possible to grant a patent for land which
cannot be described according to some system of survey, and the locality of which could not
be traced if the original marks of survey disappeared or were destroyed.
I have, cfee,
(Signed)        A. M. Burgess,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
The Hon. John Robson,
Acting Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B.C. 54 Vict. Crown Grants to Mineral Claims in Railway Belt. 513
Victoria, B.C., October llth, 1890.
Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 2nd inst. stating,
with regard to the applications of this Government for Crown grants to the mineral claims of
A. E. McCallum and D. W. Corbin, that while it is the desire of your Department to carry
this work on with as little expense to all parties as possible, the Acting Minister of the
Interior does not see how it would be possible to grant a patent for land which cannot be
described according to some system of survey, and the locality of which could not be traced if
the original marks of survey disappeared or were destroyed.
In reply I beg to say that the decision of the Acting Minister of the Interior has no
doubt been formed from having in view the custom followed in the Eastern Provinces and in
the North-West Territories, of invariably connecting all surveyed parcels with some existing
system of survey, a very desirable course to pursue where practicable, but I beg respectfully
to point out that the conditions under which the mineral claims in question are situated are
very different, so much so, as to render a connecting survey impracticable, at least at this
advanced season. I would further ask the Acting Minister to bear in mind that the survey
of these claims was made prior to the date of the agreement between the two Governments,
and that the said agreement (of which I beg to enclose a copy) provides that all surveys which
had already been made should be accepted. This I called attention to in my letter of 17th
ultimo.
It is the practice in this Province to give Crown deeds to the mineral (and other) claims
without requiring them to be connected with other surveys if the conditions are such as to
render such connections inexpedient and a burdensome expense to the owner. As subsequent
surveys are made from time to time connections are gradually formed. Although this practice
of ours is not to be recommended in comparison with yours, yet it is one that experience has
shown to be necessary in this mountainous country at present.
I have to urge upon your Department the advisability and necessity under existing circumstances of following the custom adopted by this Government; for to adhere to your
system would be an absolute bar to the development of the mineral resources within the
Railway Belt for years to come, and hope that upon consideration of the points to which I
have referred instructions will be at once given for the immediate issue of patents applied for
to this Government in conformity with the agreement.
I have, &e,
(Signed)       Jno. Robson,
Acting Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works.
A. M. Burgess, Esq., Deputy Minister of the Interior,
Ottawa.
[Enclosure.]
Administration- of Mineral Land in Railway Belt.
Copy of a Report of a Committee of the Honourable the Executive Council,  approved by His
Honour the Lieutenant-Governor on the 13th day of March, 1890.
The Committee of Council have had under consideration an approved Report of a Committee of the Honourable the Privy Council of Canada, dated the llth day of February, 1890,
having reference to the administration of the mineral lands within the Railway Belt, and
submitting a modified proposition to that made by the Provincial Government in settlement
of the matter.
The Government of Canada propose as follows :—
(a.) The Government of Canada will not hereafter make any leases or other dispositions
of any minerals in the Railway Belt in British Columbia, excepting coal, other than by patent
in fee simple of the lands wherein they lie, to the intent that the minerals in the said Belt,
other than coal, may be administered under the mining laws of the Province :
(b.) All lands of the Dominion which may be for sale from time to time, within the Railway Belt, containing minerals within the meaning of the Mineral Act (B.C.), not being Indian
reserves or settlements, or portions thereof, and not being under license or lease from the
Dominion Government, shall be open to purchase by the Provincial Government at the price
of $5 per acre : 514 Crown Grants to Mineral Claims in Railway Belt. 1891
(c.) Any lands sought to be acquired by the Provincial Government under the last clause
shall be set apart from alienation by the Dominion, upon the Provincial Government depositing
in the Department of the Interior a written application therefor, with.such description thereof
as to enable them to be identified, and thereupon the consideration money shall immediately
be paid, and in all cases where the land sought to be acquired has already been surveyed under
the authority of either Government, such survey shall be accepted as conclusive and the grant
issued thereon; but where the land sought to be acquired has not been surveyed, then, before
the issue of the grant, it must be surveyed at the expense of the Provincial Government by a
Dominion Land Surveyor acceptable to both Governments :
(d.) Nothing in this agreement shall apply to coal lands or interfere with the operation of
sub-section (4) of section 29 of the Dominion Lands Act :
(e.) The foregoing clauses of this agreement may be terminated at any time by either
Government passing an Order in Council to that effect, and communicating the same to the
other Government.
The Committee of Council deeming it desirable that an understanding with the Dominion
Government, with regard to the subject in question, should be arrived at without delay, agree
to the above proposals, as contained in clauses (a) to (e), and advise that this Minute be
approved, and that a copy be forthwith transmitted to the Honourable the Secretary of State
for Canada.
Certified.
(Signed)        Jno. Robson,
Clerk Executive Council-
Copy of a Report of a Committee of the Honourable the Executive Council, approved by His
Honour the Lieutenant-Governor on the 25th day of October, 1890.
The Committee of Council have had under consideration certain correspondence between
the Lands and Works Department and the Department of the Interior, with regard to applications of Messieurs A. E. McCallum and D. W. Corbin for Crown grants to their mineral
claims at Illecillewaet.
In consequence of the survey of the said claims being considered insufficient to enable the
lands to be identified, the Department of the Interior declines to issue patents.
The subject being one of importance to the mining interests of the Province, and the
decision arrived at tending to delay the development of the mineral resources of that region,
the Committee of Council consider it advisable, in the interests of all concerned, that an
understanding should be come to without loss of time.
The Committee therefore recommend that the Honourable Forbes George Vernon, Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works, be authorized on behalf of the Provincial Government to
discuss the matter under consideration with the Dominion Government, with a view to the
early settlement of the question.
The Committee also advise that a copy of this minute—if approved—be transmitted to
the Honourable the Secretary of State for Canada.
Certified,
(Signed)        A. Campbell Reddie,
Deputy Clerk, Executive Council.
The receipt of the above acknowledged by the Secretary of State in despatch dated the
7th November, 1890.
Ottawa,  15th January,  1891.
Sir,—Referring to the discussion which took place between yourself and the Minister of
the Interior, recently, in relation to the application of your Government for Crown grants of
the mineral claims of A. E. McCallum and D. W. Corbin, and in relation generally to the
question of surveys within the Railway Belt, I have the honour to transmit by concurrent
mails, as I promised on the occasion of the discussion referred to, a complete set of maps of
the township plans published by this Department, as the result of the surveys made in the
Railway Belt. 54 Vict. Crown Grants to Mineral Claims in Railway Belt. 515
I have sent you copies of the  tables  of positions  of stations  prepared by  the  Chief
Astronomer of this Department, in connection with the surveys of Messrs. Ogilvie and Klotz.
Tracings of the plans of these surveys are being made, and will be forwarded to you as
soon as completed.
I have, etc.,
(Signed)        A. M.  Burgess,
Hon. Forbes 67. Vernon, M.P.P, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B. C.
Ottawa, 17th January,  1891.
Sir,—Adverting to my letter to you of the 15th instant, in relation to the application of
your Government for Crown grants of the mineral claims of A. E. McCallum and D. W.
Corbin, and in relation generally to the question of surveys within the Railway Belt, in which
I sent you copies of the tables of positions of stations prepared by the Chief Astronomer of
this Department in connection with the surveys of Messrs. Ogilvie and Klotz, I now have the
honour to say that I have been informed by the Acting Surveyor-General that, along the
greater part of the line, section posts have been jslanted, thus superseding the use of the
fables.
I have, etc.,
(Signed)       A. M. Burgess,
Hon. Forbes 67. Vernon, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B. C.
Ottawa, 31st January, 1891.
Sir,—I have the honour to inform you that His Excellency the Governor-General has
had under his consideration in Council your despatch dated 23rd October, 1890, and enclosure,
in regard to the application of Messrs. A. E. McCallum and D. W. Corbin for Crown grants
to their mineral claims, and I am to transmit to you herewith copy of an Order in Council
containing certain suggestions for the survey and description of the claims according to the
Dominion land system of survey, and for the survey of mineral claims within the Railway
Belt.
I have, (fee,
(Signed)        L. A. Catellier,
Under Secretary of State.
His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia,
Victoria.
Certified copy of a Report of a Committee of the Honourable the Privy Council,  ctpproved by
His Excellency the Governor-General in Council on the 26th January, 1891.
The Committee of the Privy Council have had under consideration a despatch, dated
28th October, 1890, from the Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia, having reference to
certain correspondence between the Lands and Works Department of that Province and the
Department of the Interior, in regard to the applications of Messrs. A. E. McCallum and D.
W. Corbin for Crown grants of their mineral claims.
The Minister of the Interior, to whom the despatch was referred, reports that he has
discussed this subject with the Hon. F. G. Vernon, who by the minute of the Executive
Council of British Columbia, dated the 25th October, 1890, was accredited by the Government
of that Province to discuss the question with this Government.
The Minister of the Interior stated to Mr. Vernon that it would not be possible, with
the information before the Department of the Interior, to prepare a description of the claims
of McCallum and Corbin, which would enable the land applied for to be identified ; he also
called his attention to the fact, however, that as far as it was possible to ascertain from the
vague  descriptions  given,   one  of the claims marked   Round   Hill on   the tracing which 516 Crown Grants to Mineral Claims in Railway Belt. 1891
accompanied the application, is situated about half a mile from a post of the north-east corner
of the north-west \ of section 23, Tp. 26, Range 27, west of the 5th meridian, and the other
claim marked Corbin and Kennedy, No. 2, would appear to be about the middle of section 16,
Tp. 25, Range 28, west of the 5th meridian.
The Minister further stated to Mr. Veruon that in his opinion, upon the facts just related
being brought to the attention of the Officers of the Department of Lands and Works of the
Province, there would be no difficulty in having a perfect survey and description of the claims,
according to the Dominion land system of survey, made and prepared at a very trifling
expense, the more especially as the first-mentioned claim, as already stated, is but half a mile
from an established point in the Dominion lands system, and the boundaries of section 16,
Tp. 25, Range 28, west of the 5th meridian, in which the last-mentioned claim is situated,
has four section or quarter section posts established and standing on its boundaries.
The Minister, on the general question involved of the survey of mineral claims within the
Railway Belt, recommends that communication be had with the Government of British
Columbia, to the effect that this Government is most anxious to do everything which may be
legitimately in its power to assist in the development of the mineral and other resources of
the Railway Belt, and it will offer every reasonable facility consistent with safety for the
survey of mineral claims, the patents for which may be applied for, and that with this object
in view, this Government will be ready at all times, upon reasonable notice being received, to
extend from already surveyed points in the Belt to other points as convenient as possible,
lines which will enable surveyors in laying out lands applied for for mining purposes to
describe them according to the Dominion land system at as little expense as if the system now
in vogue in the Province were to be applied to the lands which are the property of the
Dominion Government, but with the additional advantage that no question can ever arise as
to the identity of the land granted.
The Minister observes that in 1885 and 1886, an accurate deflection survey, following
the line of the Canadian Pacific Railway from Burrard Inlet to the summit of the Rocky
Mountains, was made by two of the best and most experienced topographical surveyors in the
employment of the Department of the Interior, namely, Messrs. William Ogilvie, D.L.S., and
Otto J. Klotz, D.T.S. This survey is founded upon and connected with four astronomical
stations, Port Moody, Kamloops, Revelstoke, and Field, whose latitudes and relative longitudes
were determined by the most refined and accurate methods known, and the angles of the
survey intermediate between these stations were measured instrumentally according to the
most approved system, and were checked by frequent astronomical observations for azimuth,
the distances between the instrumental points being measured by steel tapes on the level
surface of the railway track. From this survey the corners of sections of the Dominion lands
system, and other points of reference, have been established at frequent intervals. In several
districts settlement surveys have been extended from this base line for considerable distances
on both sides of the railway, with which connection can be made in surveying and describing
contiguous mineral lands; in all other cases, by reference to these marks on the base line, and
the aid of the tables of positions of the stations prepared by the Chief Astronomer, and
published by the Department of the Interior, it is quite easy for any competent surveyor to
lay out and describe according to the Dominion system, at comparatively small expense, any
portion of land within the Railway Belt, it being merely a matter of measurement of a given
distance in a given direction to establish the corner of the section in which the land to be
described lies. For the purpose of illustrating this statement, a complete set of the maps of
the survey of Messrs. Ogilvie and Klotz, and of the tables of positions of stations already
mentioned, has been forwarded by the Minister of the Interior to Mr. Vernon for the use of
his Department.
The Committee concurring in the above, advise that the Secretary of State be authorized
to communicate a copy of this minute to the Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia.
All which is respectfully submitted for Your Excellency's approval.
(Signed)        John J. McGee,
Clerk Privy Council.
The Honourable the Secretary of State.
VICTORIA, B. C. :
Printed by Richard Wouexdes, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty.

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