Operation and Maintenance of Irrigation Systems (Google eBook)

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McGraw-Hill Book Company, Incorporated, 1917 - Irrigation - 271 pages
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Page 73 - ... publicly traveled road, a good substantial bridge, not less than fourteen feet in width, over such ditch, canal or water course where it crosses such road. Any violation of the provisions of this section shall be a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, the person so offending shall pay a fine in any sum not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day such ditch, canal or water course shall be unbridged, insufficiently bridged, or permitted to remain out of repair; Provided, that after the...
Page 72 - Any person, company, corporation or association of persons, operating or maintaining in whole or in part, either as owners, agent, occupant or appropriator any ditch, canal or water course, not being a natural stream, for irrigation or any other, and different purpose, shall put in, construct, maintain and keep in repair at his, her, its or their expense, for one year, where the same crosses any public...
Page 101 - ... having lands to which water rights of a different priority attach, may in like manner rotate in use, when such rotation can be made without injury to lands enjoying an earlier priority.
Page 44 - ... land from doing so, and unless it is expressly stipulated that the way shall be an open one, or it appears from the terms of the grant or the circumstances...
Page 41 - Sift this into % pint of thin, hot starch paste and stir to a smooth, creamy mass. (The starch paste is made by dissolving 1 heaping tablespoonful of dry gloss starch in a little cold water, which is then...
Page 73 - ... to remain out of repair; Provided, that after the expiration of one year, from the construction of said bridge, the road supervisor of the road district in which said bridge is located, shall upon being notified by the owner or owners of the ditch, canal or water course over which such bridge is constructed, at once inspect...
Page 245 - Maintenance should be understood to mean "upkeep," and should cover all expenditures for current or ordinary repairs, renewals or replacements of property resulting through wear and tear, or through those casualities which are incidental to the nature of the operation and which expenditures are necessary in order to keep up the productive capacity of the plant to its original or equivalent state of efficiency. When, however, a complete replacement of any building or structure, facility or unit of...
Page 73 - Provided. That after the expiration of one year. from the construction of said bridge. the road supervisor of the road district in which said bridge is located. shall upon being notified by the owner or owners of the ditch. canal or water course over which such bridge is constructed. at once inspect said bridge.
Page 101 - Rotation In irrigation undoubtedly tends to conserve the waters of the state and to increase and enlarge their duty and service and Is, consequently, a practice that deserves encouragement in so far as it may be done within legal bounds.
Page 265 - Company are instructed to aid the water users in every manner, and to courteously and respectfully consider all criticisms and suggestions. The Company will meet with the desires of each consumer in so far as it can do so with justice to all interested parties. The foregoing Supplemental Opinion and Order are hereby approved and ordered filed as the Supplemental Opinion and Order of the Railroad Commission of the State of California.

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