Report, Volumes 21-24 (Google eBook)

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1910 - Fisheries
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Page 146 - Rules: 1. Matches. Be sure your match is out. Break it in two before you throw it away. 2. Tobacco. Throw pipe ashes and cigar or cigarette stumps in the dust of the road and stamp or pinch out the fire before leaving them. Don't throw them into brush, leaves, or needles. 3. Making Camp. Build a small campfire.
Page 141 - A forest is a certain territory of woody grounds and fruitful pastures, privileged for wild beasts and fowls of forest, chase, and warren, to rest and abide there in the safe protection of the king, for his delight and pleasure...
Page 141 - Persons who wish to make any use of the resources of a National Forest for •which a permit is required should consult the nearest Forest officer. Twenty-five per cent of all receipts from National Forests are given to the counties in which they lie, to be used for schools and roads. An additional .10 per cent is expended by the Secretary of Agriculture upon roads and trails constructed primarily for the benefit of settlers within the Forests.
Page 155 - ... County. Shasta County. Sierra County. Siskiyou County. Sutler County. Tehama County. Trinity County. Yuba County. Yolo County. Los Angeles District. Office: 426 Union League Building, Los Angeles. Phones: Broadway, 1155; Home, F5705. Imperial County. Inyo County. Kern County. Los Angeles County. Mono County. Orange County. Riverside County. San Bernardino County. San Diego County. San Luis Obispo County. Santa Barbara County. Ventura County. BOARD OF FISH AND GAME COMMISSIONERS. Roster June 30,...
Page 144 - Agriculture, and all live-stock laws of the State or Territory in which the National Forest is located. Forest officers will cooperate with State or Territorial officers, so far as they can without undue interference with their regular Forest work...
Page 60 - Among the luxuries belonging to the high condition of civilization exhibited by the Mexican nation at the time of the Spanish conquest, was the possoessin by Montezuma of one of the most extensive zoological gardens on record, numbering nearly all the animals of that country with others brought at much expense from great...
Page 146 - Never leave a camp fire, even for a short time, without quenching it with water or earth. 5. Bonfires. — Never build bonfires in windy weather or where there is the slightest danger of their escaping from control. Don't make them larger than you need. 6. Fighting Fires. — If you find a fire, try to put it out. If you can't, get word of it to the nearest United States forest ranger or State fire warden at once. Keep in touch with the rangers.
Page 47 - Sacramento service office metro and non-metro areas Alpine County Amador County Butte County Calaveras County Colusa County El Dorado County Glenn County Lassen County Modoc County Nevada County Placer County Plumas County Sacramento County San Joaquin County Shasta County Sierra County Siskiyou County Sutler County Tehama County Trinity County Tuolumne County Yolo County Yuba County...
Page 144 - The administration of the National Forests and the conduct of all matters relating to forestry which have been placed upon the Department of Agriculture by Congress...
Page 32 - ... has also handled the important fish cultural work intrusted to him with marked success. His reports on both salmon and steelhead work for the past two years will be found in the Appendix. SCOTT CREEK STATION. This important steelhead egg-collecting station is located on the creek of the same name in Santa Cruz County, at Swanton. It was first established by Mr. Frank A. Shebley, the efficient Superintendent of the Brookdale Hatchery. Scott Creek is one of several streams in the county where a...

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