The onus of proof that a particular substance was, at the date of the document to be construed, or is, at the present day, regarded as a mineral is upon those raising the contention1, and the court may be justified in assuming that the meaning of 'minerals' at the date of the document in question was the same as it is at the present day unless there is evidence to the contrary
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