3 edition of Water-power Development and use of public lands. found in the catalog.
Water-power Development and use of public lands.
United States. Congress. House
|Other titles||Water-power development and use of public lands|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. House. Committee on Public Lands|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
The FPA requires the Commission to evaluate cases and determine whether the project is “best adapted to a comprehensive plan for improving or developing a waterway or waterways for the use or benefit of interstate or foreign commerce, for the improvement and utilization of water-power development, for the adequate protection, mitigation, and. Authorizing the use of federal funds from public land sales to pay for irrigation and land development projects Gifford Pinchot Head of the US Forest Service, believed that trained experts in forestry and resource management should apply the same scientific standards to the landscape that others applied to industry; controlled lumbering on.
The Dawn of Innovation, tells the familiar story of Eli Whitney and his “mass” production of muskets, debunking some of its myths. But, new to most history buffs, and perhaps a better example of how the industrial revolution transformed American society, is the /5. development of irrigation projects in the west as well as the establish-ment of vast reserves of forest and mineral lands and of water power. Two of the most significant chapters of the book are "The effect of the land policies on agriculture," and "the public land policies re-viewed and criticized." In the former the author shows how for a.
2 See Minority Report from Committee on Public Lands, February 2, I9I5, accompanying H. R. iReport , Part d Congress, 3d Session. 'See recent memorial to the Congress by Colorado State Legislature against H. R. i, the Public Domain Water-Power Leasing Bill, proposed by the Secretary of the Interior. Railroad Rate Regulation. Agency heads must use their authorities to lease their lands or permit use of their lands for shooting ranges, and designate specific lands for recreational shooting activities. Agency heads who have authority to manage federal public land on which recreational fishing, hunting, or shooting occur must submit biennial reports on any such land.
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Get this from a library. Water power bill. Hearings before the Committee on public lands, House of representatives. Sixty-third Congress, second session, on H.R.to provide for the development of water power and the use of public lands in relation thereto, and for other purposes.
[United States. Congress. House. Committee on Public Lands.]. Get this from a library. Water-power bill: hearing before the Committee on Public Lands, United States Senate, Sixty-third Congress, third session, on H.R.
an act to provide for the development of water power and the use of public lands in relation thereto, and for other purposes. [United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Public Lands.]. The Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee holds a hearing on legislation related to outdoor recreation on federal lands.
Department of the Interior Fiscal Impact of Wildfires on Electric. This growing importance of the "commercial" use of water-power, its comparatively recent development and the consequent lack of an appreciation of its real significance, together with the established connection between commercial water-power enterprises and public utilities, all demand that the public be furnished with accurate and.
Committee on Public Lands: Study of the problems in connection with public lands of the United States, the tax problems connected with the acquisition of such lands and burden upon local units by reason of the use of large tracts of public lands for public use, etc., as provided in House resolution no.
96, Seventy-ninth Congress, first session. Water-power bill: hearing before the Committee on public lands, United States Senate, Sixty-third Congress, third session, on H.R.an act Water-power Development and use of public lands.
book provide for the development of water power and the use of public lands in relation thereto, and for other purposes.
(Washington: Govt. print. off., ), by United States. Congress. Senate. Gorgeous landscapes and dirty politics, extraordinary engineering feats and boundless greed, and a cast of colorful characters make for a thought-provoking and relevant history.
Following Robert Righter's Battle over Hetch Hetchy (), Simpson's passionate study further explicates looming challenges regarding water, power, and the public good/5(5). Congress passes what is known as the Right of Way Act, permitting the use of rights of way through forest reserves and national parks for electrical power, telephone and telegraph communication, and irrigation and water supply.
Theodore Roosevelt becomes President of the United States upon the death of President McKinley on Septem and conservation becomes a cornerstone of his.
However, in passing the Federal Water Power Act inCongress decided to limit the federal role in hydropower development to licensing nonfederal development of water power on navigable streams in a manner that would best promote comprehensive development of the water resources (Holmes, ).
Reclamation Land and Water Surface Use - Bureau of Reclamation. Covers Potomac River watershed above Great Falls. Shows sub-watersheds, gaging stations, and reservoir sites. Title and imprint from accompanying text.
On t.p. of accompanying text: Letter from the chairman of the Federal Power Commission together with the report of Maj. M.C. Tyler. Accompanied by t.p.
and p. of: Senate document no. 60th Congress, 3d session: Development of. Our public-land policy has for its aim the use of the public land so that it will promote local development by the settlement of homemakers; the policy we champion is to serve all the people legitimately and openly, instead of permitting the lands to be converted, illegitimately and.
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Valley, to protect existing properties and open up new lands to agricultural production. By the mids the progressive vision for water development had become national policy. (e) The plan of the Federal Water Power Act is one of reasonable regulation of the use of navigable waters, coupled with encouragement of their development as power projects by.
Plan of Boston Water Power Company lands by J. Fuller, 25Feb (Suffolk Co. Deed Registry, Bookp. 87) On Februthe company sold all of its land from the boundary with the Commonwealth to Fairfield on the south side of Beacon, north and south side of Marlborough, and north side of Commonwealth, to Grenville T.
Braman. Power development, a byproduct of water development, had a tremendous impact on the area's economy and living conditions. Power was sold to farms, cities, and industries. Wells pumped by electricity meant more irrigated land for agriculture, and pumping also lower water tables in those areas with water logging and alkaline soil problems.
10 THE USE BOOK. or undergrowth, whether of commercial value or not, as public reservations, and the President shall, by public proc-lamation, declare the establishment of such reservations and the limits thereof.
The act of June 4, (30 Stat., 11), authorizes the Presi-dent to revoke or suspend any proclamation or to reduce the. Where public lands of the United States have been withdrawn for possible use for construction purposes under the Federal reclamation laws, and are known or believed to be valuable for minerals and would, if not so withdrawn, be subject to location and patent under the general mining laws, the Secretary of the Interior, when in his opinion the.
in U.S. history, land owned by the federal government but not reserved for any special purpose, e.g., for a park or a military reservation. Public land is also called land in the public domain.
Except in Texas, which made retention of its public lands one of the conditions for. Start Preamble AGENCY: Bureau of Land Management, Interior. ACTION: Public Land Order (PLO). SUMMARY: This Order revokes in part a Secretarial Order dated Decemwhich established Water Power Designation No.
14, insofar as it affects acres of Revested Oregon and California Railroad Grant Lands administered by the United States Forest Service.Author of Alaska Coal Lands, Coal Lands in Alaska, Oregon-California Railroad Land Grants, Statehood for Hawaii, Leasing of Oil and Gas Lands Withdrawn from Entry, Water-Power Bill, Hetch Hetchy Reservoir Site, Argument Made by Hon.
H. R. Pease, April 3,Relative to the Existing Policy Respecting the Manner of Disposing of the Public Lands Known as the Indian Reservation Lands.The Special Committee on Water Power was a special committee of the U.S.
House of Representatives during the 65th and 66th was established on Janu Jurisdiction. The special committee was assigned jurisdiction over all bills and resolutions involving development or utilization of water power within the United States.
History. For several years, Congress had failed in.