Resolution of the Legislature of New Mexico, in favor of Reserving for common use the wood on mountains and lands not tillable, and all salt lakes, springs, and mines, and of perpetuating the Mexican laws relative to mines. April 5, 1852.
[Washington, D.C.]: 1852. 1 pp. 8vo. Removed. First edition. A very good copy. Poore 602. Congressional serial set no. 629. Item #37656
Referred to the Committee on Territories, and ordered to be printed. 31st Congress. 1st Session. Senate. Miscellaneous, No. 65.
"Be it resolved by the Legislative Assembly of New Merico, That the Congress of the United States is hereby respectfully memorialized and requested to pass laws reserving the wood and timber on the mountains and all other untillable lands, for the common use of the people, and to reserve such mountains and lands from sale or individual appropriation; also, to reserve all salt lakes, salt mines, or salt springs, in like manner, and that the laws of Mexico on the subject of mines and mining be declared and perpetuated. THEODORE D. WHEATON, Speaker of the House of Representatives. JUAN F. ORTIZ, President of the Council. Approved July 7, 1851."
OCLC locates one copy at The Hagley Mus & Lib.