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" As a matter of public policy, it is desirable that the land and water should be joined together, never to be cut asunder; that the farmers should enjoy in perpetuity the use of the water necessary for the irrigation of their respective lands; that when... "
REPORT OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS ON THE IRRIGATION - Page 79
1874
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The Patrons of Husbandry of the Pacific Coast

Ezra S. Carr - 1875
...irrigation, we believe that such an enterprise should be permitted and encouraged by the State. 13. As a matter of public policy, it is desirable that...with it, and that neither should be sold separately. 14. That the parties chiefly benefited by irrigation are the farmers or land-owners. That there is...
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The Patrons of Husbandry on the Pacific Coast: Being a Complete History of ...

Ezra Slocum Carr - Agriculture - 1875 - 461 pages
...irrigation, we believe that such an enterprise should be permitted and encouraged by the State. 13. As a matter of public policy, it is desirable that...with it, and that neither should be sold separately. 14. That the parties chiefly benefited by irrigation are the farmers or laud-owners. That there is...
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The Patrons of Husbandry on the Pacific Coast. Being a Complete History of ...

Ezra Slocum Carr - History - 1875 - 480 pages
...irrigation, we believe that such an enterprise should be permitted and encouraged by the State. 13. As a matter of public policy, it is desirable that...water necessary for the irrigation of their respective lauds; that when the land is sold, the right to water shall also be sold with it, and that neither...
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The Patrons of Husbandry on the Pacific Coast: Being a Complete History of ...

Ezra Slocum Carr - Agriculture - 1875 - 461 pages
...permitted and encouraged by the State. 13. As a matter of public policy, it is desirable that the laud and water should be joined together, never to be cut...water necessary for the irrigation of their respective lauds; that when the laud is sold, the right to water shall also be sold witli it, and that neither...
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Journal: Appendix. Reports, Volume 1

California. Legislature - California - 1875
...built at all, must be built by the State or by private capital. LAND AND WATER SHOULD BE INSEPARABLE. As a matter of public policy it is desirable that the land and water should be joined together, ģever to be cut asunder; that the farmers should enjoy in perpetuity the use of the water necessary...
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Irrigation in the United States

Richard Josiah Hinton, United States. Dept. of Agriculture - Irrigation laws - 1887 - 240 pages
...to the land has led a commission appointed to inquire into Californian irrigation to declare that, "as a matter of public policy, it is desirable that the land and water be joined never to be cut asunder; that the farmers would enjoy in perpetuity the use of the water...
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Biennial Report of the State Engineer to the Governor of Wyoming, Issues 1-4

Wyoming. State Engineer's Office - Water-supply - 1890
...to the land has led a commission appointed to inquire into Californian irrigation to declare that, 'as a matter of public policy, it is desirable that the land and water be joined never to be cut asunder; that the farmers should enjoy in perpetuity the use of the water...
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Report of the Special committee of the United States Senate on the ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Select committee on irrigation and reclamation of arid lands, Geological Survey (U.S.) - Irrigation - 1890
...to the land has led a commission appointed to inquire into Californian irrigation to declare that, " as a matter of public policy it is desirable that the land and water be joined never to be cut asunder ; that the farmers would enjoy in perpetuity the use of the water...
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Irrigation in the United States

Richard Josiah Hinton, United States. Dept. of Agriculture - Irrigation laws - 1890 - 386 pages
...the land has led a commission appointed to inquire into Californian irrigation to declare that, "asa matter of public policy it is desirable that the land and water be joined never to be cut asunder; that the farmers would enjoy in perpetuity tho use of the water...
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Sessional Papers, Volume 24

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1901
...to the land, has led a Commission. appointed to inquire into Californian irrigation, to declare that 'as a matter of public policy it is desirable that the land and water be joined, never to be cut asunder ; that the farmers would enj'iy in perpetuity the use of the water...
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