Biennial Report of the State Engineer to the Governor of Wyoming, Ausgabe 11


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Seite 48 - All applications which shall comply with the provisions of this act shall be recorded in a suitable book kept for that purpose and it shall be the duty of the state engineer to approve all applications made In proper form which contemplate the application of water to a beneficial use...
Seite 48 - Idaho, shall, before commencing the construction, enlargement or extension or change in the point of diversion of the ditch, canal, or other distributing works, or performing any work in connection with said construction or proposed appropriation or the diversion of any waters into a natural channel, make an application to the State Engineer for a permit to make such appropriation.
Seite 63 - ... such appropriator or claimant before the said division superintendent, as provided by law, and shall be by him, or the state engineer, transmitted with each certificate of appropriation to the county clerk of the county in which said certificate is to be recorded, and his receipt taken therefor...
Seite 48 - Engineer, it shall be the duty of that officer to make an indorsement thereon of the date of its receipt, and to make a record of such receipt in some suitable book in his office. It shall be his duty to examine said application and ascertain if it sets forth all the facts necessary to show the location, nature and amount of the proposed use.
Seite 47 - Act, shall proceed in conformity with such laws, and nothing herein shall in any way affect any right of any State or of the Federal Government or of any landowner, appropriator, or user of water in, to, or from any interstate stream or the waters thereof.
Seite 48 - ... works, and whether the water used is to be and will be returned to the stream, and if so, at what point on the stream. In case the proposed right of use is for agricultural purposes, the application shall give the legal subdivisions of land proposed to be irrigated, with the total acreage to be reclaimed as near as may be : Provided.
Seite 45 - The cost of this project has been prorated between the States at the rate of 30 per cent for Wyoming and 70 per cent for Nebraska. In other words, for 3 per cent of the lands to be reclaimed Wyoming is charged with 30 per cent of the cost. If the Reclamation Service had any intention of building the other canals for which applications were tiled, their intentions must have been changed, as the reports of the Reclamation Service indicate that the Casper Canal has been abandoned because there is too...
Seite 52 - This map also shows other important roads tributary to the State highways. No. i. YELLOWSTONE HIGHWAY is designated by statute as, "Beginning at a point where the highways between Cheyenne, Wyoming, and Denver, Colorado, crosses the line between the States of Wyoming and Colorado, and running and extending thence in a generally northerly direction through the city of Cheyenne and the cities and towns of Chugwater, Wheatland and Douglas ; thence continuing in a westerly direction through the towns...
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Seite 7 - No. 4 shall consist of all lands within this state drained by the Green, Bear and Snake rivers, and the tributaries thereof; except Snake river, (a tributary of Green river), and its tributaries.

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