In mining law, the term “intraliminal rights” denotes the right to minei, take, and possess all such bodfes or deposits of ore as lie within the four planes formed by the vertical extension downward of the boundary lines of the claim; as distinguished from “extraliminal,” or more commonly “extralateral,” rights. See Jefferson Min. Co. v. Anchoria-Leland Mill. & Min. Co., 32 Colo. 170, 75 Pac. 1073, 64 L. It. A. 925.