Lake Michigan Water Diversion: Hearings, Eighty-sixth Congress, First Session, on H.R. 1, February 17-March 3, 1959
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1959 - 310 páginas
Committee Serial No. 86-2. Considers H.R. 1, to authorize the Army Corps of Engineers study of Illinois water diversion project from Lake Michigan to improve Illinois waterway navigation and urban areas' sewage management.
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action ADAMS additional additional diversion amount annual appear Army Attorney authority Basin benefit bill BLATNIK Canada Canadian canal Chairman channels Chicago Cleveland commerce committee communities complainant complete Congress construction Corps cost cubic feet damage decree defendants Department disposal diversion of water domestic pumpage effect Engineers facilities fact Federal feet per second filed flow follows further give going Government Greater Health hearings House Illinois Waterway improvements increase industrial interests Lake Michigan Lawrence legislation loss lowering matter means Metropolitan million navigation Niagara objection Ohio operation period permanent plants pollution port position Power Authority present problem proposed Public question reason record Representatives result River Sanitary District SCHERER Senate sewage statement Supreme Court taken Thank treatment treaty understand United waste water from Lake Wisconsin York
Página 233 - And whenever any of the said states shall have sixty thousand free inhabitants therein, such state shall be admitted, by its delegates, into the Congress of the United States on an equal footing with the original states, in all respects whatever; and shall be at liberty to form a permanent constitution and state government...
Página 233 - An act to establish the northern boundary line of the State of Ohio, and to provide for the admission of the State of Michigan into the Union upon the conditions therein expressed...
Página 184 - India, being equally desirous to prevent disputes regarding the use of boundary waters and to settle all questions which are now pending between the United States and the Dominion of Canada involving the rights, obligations, or interests of either in relation to the other or to the inhabitants of the other, along their common frontier, and to make provision for the adjustment and settlement of all such questions as may hereafter arise...
Página 238 - By the laws of England, every Invasion of private property, be it ever so minute. is a trespass.
Página 241 - This riparian right is property, and is valuable, and, though it must be enjoyed in due subjection to the rights of the public, it cannot be arbitrarily or capriciously destroyed or impaired. It is a right of which, when once vested, the owner can only be deprived in accordance with established law, and, if necessary that it be taken for the public good, upon due compensation.
Página 244 - The state of Washington asserts its ownership to the beds and shores of all navigable waters in the state up to and including the line of ordinary high tide, in waters where the tide ebbs and flows, and up to and including the line of ordinary high water within the banks of all navigable rivers and lakes: Provided, That this section shall not be construed so as to debar any person from asserting his claim to vested rights in the courts of the state.
Página 61 - Mr. Chairman, it is a great pleasure for me to appear before this distinguished Committee today to discuss legislation to create a National Land Use Policy.
Página 241 - ... access to the navigable part of the river from the front of his lot, the right to make a landing, wharf or pier for his own use or for the use of the public, subject to such general rules and regulations as the legislature may see proper to impose for the protection of the rights of the public, whatever those may be.