Mining and Water Cases Annotated; A Collection of Leading American, Canadian and English Cases on the Topics of Irrigation, Drainage, Reclamation, Mining, Oil, Gas and Related Subjects, with Annotations, Indexes and Forms

Mining and Water Cases Annotated; A Collection of Leading American, Canadian and English Cases on the Topics of Irrigation, Drainage, Reclamation, Mining, Oil, Gas and Related Subjects, with Annotations, Indexes and Forms

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ...30 Conn. 180 (1861). Massachusetts.--Greenleaf v. Francis, 35 Mass. (18 Pick.) 117 (1836); Macomber v. Godfrey, 108 Mass. 219, 11 Am. Rep. 349 (1871). New Hampshire.---Bassett v. Salsbury Mfg. Co., 43 N. H. 569, 82 Am. Dec. 179 (1862). New Y0rk.--Goodale v. Tuttle, 29 N. Y. 459 (1864); Village of Delhi v. Youman, 45 N. Y'. 362, 6 Am. Rep. 100 (1871); Ellis v. Duncan, 21 Barb. (N. Y.) 230, 15 Mor. Min. Rep. 182 (1855). 0hio.--Frazier v. Brown, 12 Ohio St. 294 (1se1). Ponnsylvania.--Haldema.n v. Bruckhart, 45 Pa. St. 514, 5 Mor. Min. Rep. 108, 84 Am. Dec. 511 (1863). Vermont.--Chatfield v. Wilson, 28 Vt. 49 (1855). An adjoining proprietor has no absolute and unqualified right to water percolating from land of his neighbor. Bassett v. Salsbury Mfg. Co., 43 N. H. 569, 82 Am. Dec. 179 (1862); Wheatley v. Baugh, 25 Pa. St. 528, 13 Mor. Min. Rep. 374, 64 Am. Dec. 721 (1855); For appellant----W. B. Presby. For respondents--E. C. Ward and N. L. Ward. FULLERTON, I. In 1873 the predecessors in interest of the appellant settled upon and thereafter acquired from the government the N. V2 of the S. E. X; of section 1 in township 4 north, of range 14 east, of the Willamette meridian. Near the south side of the tract, about midway between its east and west ends, is a large perpetual spring, the stream from which originally flowed southerly in a natural channel across the S. V; of the S. E. 1/; of section I and across the E. % of section 12, in the same township and range, into a water course called Halderman v. Bruckhart, 45 Pa. St. 514, 5 Mor. Min. Rep. 108, 84 Am. Dec. 511 (1863). There is not any jus alierwm on the part of the lower proprietor, and therefore the maxim Sic utere tuo ut alienum non laedas, does not apply. Roath v. Driscoll, 20...show more

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