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084f2db8c6 Section 10. Establishment of Mineral Reservations. Easement Rights. For the purpose of carrying out the declared policy provided in Section 2 hereof, there is hereby established a People's Small-scale Mining Program to be implemented by the Secretary of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, hereinafter called the Department, in coordination with other concerned government agencies, designed to achieve an orderly, systematic and rational scheme for the small-scale development and utilization of mineral resources in certain mineral areas in order to address the social, economic, technical, and environmental connected with small-scale mining activities. Measures to Improve Small-Scale Mining Activities. SECTION 3. He may sell thelings or have them processed in any custom mill in the area: provided, that, if the small-scale mining contractor decide to sell its milllings, the claimowner shall have a preemptive right to purchase said milllings at the prevailing market price. Republic Act No. The Central Bank shall establish as many buying stations in gold-rush areas to fully service the requirements of the small-scale minerals thereat. Rights Under a People's Small-scale Mining Contract.
Any section or provision of this Act which may be declared unconstitutional shall not affect the other sections or provisions hereof. SECTION 2. In addition, the Secretary may impose fines against the violator in an amount of not less than Twenty thousand pesos (P20,000.00) and not more than One hundred thousand pesos (P100,000.00). Section 21. SECTION 15. Future People's Small-scale Mining Areas. Repealing Clause. Section 19. (a) "Mineralized areas" refer to areas with naturally occurring mineral deposits of gold, silver, chromite, kaolin, silica, marble, gravel, clay and like mineral resources; (b) "Small-scale mining" refers to mining activities which rely heavily on manual labor using simple implement and methods and do not use explosives or heavy mining equipment; (c) "Small-scale miners" refer to Filipino citizens who, individually or in the company of other Filipino citizens, voluntarily form a cooperative duly licensed by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources to engage, under the terms and conditions of a contract, in the extraction or removal of minerals or ore-bearing materials from the ground; (d) "Small-scale mining contract" refers to co-production, joint venture or mineral production sharing agreement between the State and a small-scale mining contractor for the small-scale utilization of a plot of mineral land; (e) "Small-scale mining contractor" refers to an individual or a cooperative of small-scale miners, registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission or other appropriate government agency, which has entered into an agreement with the State for the small-scale utilization of a plot of mineral land within a people's small-scale mining area; (f) "Active mining area" refers to areas under actual exploration, development, exploitation or commercial production as determined by the Secretary after the necessary field investigation or verification including contiguous and geologically related areas belonging to the same claimowner and/or under contract with an operator, but in no case to exceed the maximum area allowed by law; (g) "Existing mining right" refers to perfected and subsisting claim, lease, license or permit covering a mineralized area prior to its declaration as a people's small-scale mining area; (h) "Claimowner" refers to a holder of an existing mining right; (i) "Processor" refers to a person issued a license to engage in the treatment of minerals or ore-bearing materials such as by gravity concentration, leaching benefication, cyanidation, cutting, sizing, polishing and other similar activities; (j) "License" refers to the privilege granted to a person to legitimately pursue his occupation as a small-scale miner or processor under this Act; (k) "Mining plan" refers to a two-year program of activities and methodologies employed in the extraction and production of minerals or ore-bearing materials, including the financial plan and other resources in support thereof; (l) "Director" refers to the regional executive director of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources; and (m) "Secretary" refers to the Secretary of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources.