of section 3. section 38 and subsection (k) of section 76 of the Dominion lands Act, approving the regulations annexed thereto for the leasing and administration of lands containing limestone, granite, slate, marble, gypsum, marl, gravel, sand, or any building stone, in the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta, the Northwest Territories, within twenty miles on either side of the main line of the Canadian Pacific railway in the province of British Columbia, and in the tract of three and one-half million acres acquired by the government of the Dominion from the province of British Columbia and referred to in subsection (b) of section 3 of the Dominion lands Act.
9. P.C. No. 414, dated 11th March, 1910, rescinding the regulations governing the disposal of petroleum and natural gas rights the property of the Crown, in Manitoba, Alberta, Saskatchewan, the Northwest Territories and the Yukon Territory, established by order in council dated the 31st May, 1901, the 22nd December, 1902, the 23rd March, and the 1st of October, 1904, the 22nd of July, 1905, and the 26th December, 1906, and substituting therefor the regulations annexed.
10. P.C. No. 277, dated 14th February", 1910, approving and establishing regulations governing the disposal of tar-sand deposits, the property of the Crown, in that portion of the province of Alberta lying north of township 80, and between the 4th and 5th initial meridians, under and in accordance with the provisions of section 37 of the Dominion Lands Act, being chapter 20 of 7-8 Edward VII.
11. P.C. No. 188, dated 9th May, 1910, rescinding clause (m) of number 17 of the regulations governing the granting of yearly licenses and permits to cut timber on Dominion lands, and substituting therefor a new clause (m).
12. P.C. No. 2103, dated 15th October, 1909, ordering that provision be made in the regulations governing the granting of yearly licenses and permits to cut timber on Dominion Lands, for the issue of yearly permits in the Peace River district to portable sawmill owners, whereby each such owner shall be permitted to cut timber on a definitely described tract of land not exceeding one square mile in extent, the quantity not to exceed 200,000 feet B.M. Dues shall be paid at the rate of 75 cents per thousand feet B.M., 20 per cent being payable in advance and the balance at the expiration of the permit.
13. P.C. No. 261, dated 1st March, 1910, amending section 29 of the Quartz Mining Regulations, approved by order in council of the 13th August, 1908, by adding the following paragraph thereto:-
'The grant issued for such a location shall include the right to the iron and mica only, and shall not include the surface. The grantee may, however, upon application, be permitted to purchase at the rate of $10 an acre whatever area of _ the available surface rights thereof the minister may consider necessary for the efficient and economical working of the rights granted/
14. P.C. No. 595, dated 20th April, 1910, amending the regulations established under the order in council of the 2nd June, 1909, governing the mode of granting water-power