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On the reclamation of tide-lands, and its relation to navigation.

Mitchell, Henry

On the reclamation of tide-lands, and its relation to navigation.

by Mitchell, Henry

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Published by Gov"t print. off. in [Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reclamation of land.,
  • Salt marshes.,
  • Navigation.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Henry Mitchell.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTC343 .M68
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p.
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6967234M
    LC Control Number06009861
    OCLC/WorldCa8998049

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    If the Secretary of the Interior should come to the conclusion that the Baker Reclamation Project in Oregon, construction of which is authorized by the Act of March 3, (43 Stat. ), is not a feasible project, it is his duty to withhold the beginning of its construction and to lay the matter before Congress for such action as it may deem. The subject files of the Office of the President are the principal series of correspondence and related records from that office. The files were formed gradually over the course of the company's history (they were begun after the corporate reorganization of ), and they are a fairly well organized aggregation of all the letters, memoranda, notes, reports, printed matter and .

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On the reclamation of tide-lands, and its relation to navigation by Mitchell, Henry Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Mitchell has found the same result in the United States, as on comparing the height of different marsh lands their level corresponded to that of " the ordinary high-water level."2 1 Report on Norfolk Estuary, by L. Gordon, C.E., Glasgow, 2. Tidelands are the territory between the high and low water tide line of sea coasts, and lands lying under the sea beyond the low-water limit of the tide, considered within the territorial waters of a nation.

The United States Constitution does not specify whether ownership of these lands rests with the federal government or with individual states. Originally little commercial value was. reclamation and flood control with inland navigation. Indeed, to the extent that water was a relational object for the federal government, it was mostly in terms of navigation, despite.

County of Marin, in furtherance of navigation, commerce, and fisheries upon. certain trusts and conditions, and provid-ing for the government, management, use, and control thereof.

In effect September IS, [Apprnved by Governor Filed with Secretary of State ] Pie people of the State of California do enact as follows. Ernest R. Bartley, The Tidelands Oil Controversy: A Legal and Historical Analysis (Austin: University of Texas Press, ). Price Daniel, Sovereignty and Ownership in the Marginal Sea and Their Relation to Problems of the Continental Shelf (Austin, ).

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Jump to navigation Jump to search. Oregon Historical Quarterly Volume 11 () was with the other grants quite a distinct phase of the state's management of its landed estate. There was selecting to do, too, of school lands when it came to making up for losses suffered out of the original grant of one-eighteenth of the whole territory of.

An act relating to the tide and submerged lands conveyed inand by an act entitled 'An act granting certain tide-lands and submerged lands of the State of California to the for navigation, commerce and fisheries and from such uses, trusts, conditions and restrictions as were imposed by the acts.

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The Mariposa Estate: Its Past, Present and Future. Comprising the Official Report of J. Ross Browne (U.S. commissioner) upon its Mineral Resources, transmitted to Congress on the 5th of March, by the Hon Hugh McCulloch, Secretary of the Treasury of the United States, and other documents; with a review of the causes which led to the late failure of the Mariposa.

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A revision to the Reclamation Act al-lowed municipal use to be added as a component of Bureau of Reclamation Reservoirs The Reclamation Era thus took Powell’s survey of water stor-age sites into the Twentieth Century—first for agricultural use, and then for multi-purpose municipal, industrial, power, and recreational use.

— The state has full power to alienate lands which are covered and uncovered by the daily flux, and reflux of the tides, subject only to the rights of the public to use them for the purposes of navigation and fishery; and such lands are alienable in private ownership where capable of reclamation without detriment to the public right.

The lands involved constituted location No. 57 of the state tide lands, and the state alleged that they had been at all times a portion of the inner bay of San Pedro and below the line of ordinary high tide; that they were partly within the limits of the city of San Pedro and partly within the limits of Wilmington; that prior to and since The Court of Land Registration in its decision of December 1,dismissed the said oppositions without costs and decreed, tater a general entry by default, the adjudication and registration of the property described in the petition, in favor of Isabel Montana y Martial.

From this decision only counsel for the Director f Public Lands appealed to this court. The story of the Union Pacific Railroad's involvement with oil and the Tidelands goes back to at least when the State of California granted the City of Long Beach its tidelands properties for development of commerce, navigation, fisheries, and recreation under a public trust doctine, meaning any development and revenues from such development would have to benefit the.

The relation of the pueblo to its members involves not merely a relation of government but also a relation of land ownership. The decided cases uniformly recognize that legal title to "grant" lands and equitable title to "executive order reservation" lands, within each pueblo, lies in the pueblo itself.

Thus in the case of United States v.The Act of (Stats.c.p. ) provided: There is hereby granted to the city of Los Angeles, a municipal corporation of the State of California, and to its successors, all the right, title, and interest of the State of California, held by said state by virtue of its sovereignty, in and to all the tide lands and submerged lands.The Commission has been on time with its assignments and has committed to the Governor and the Legislature in the last month its plan for the Bay, together with a summary.

I men- tioned this because both of these documents are available to the public for sale at cost from the State Printing Office in Sacramento.