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A BILL TO GOVERN THE CONTROL, APPROPRIATION, USE,
AND DISTRIBUTION OF WATER
MARCH 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, AND 29, 1956
Printed for the use of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs
COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS
JAMES E. MURRAY, Montana, Chairman CLINTON P. ANDERSON, New Mexico EUGENE D. MILLIKIN, Colorado RUSSELL B. LONG, Louisiana
GEORGE W. MALONE, Nevada HENRY M. JACKSON, Washington
ARTHUR V. WATKINS, Utah JOSEPH C. O'MAHONEY, Wyoming
HENRY C. DWORSHAK, Idaho W. KERR SCOTT, North Carolina
THOMAS H. KUCHEL, California ALAN BIBLE, Nevada
FRANK A. BARRETT, Wyoming RICHARD L. NEUBERGER, Oregon
BARRY GOLDWATER, Arizona
SUBCOMMITTEE ON IRRIGATION AND RECLAMATION
CLINTON P. ANDERSON, New Mexico, Chairman HENRY M. JACKSON, Washington
EUGENE D. MILLIKIN, Colorado JOSEPH C, O'MAHONEY, Wyoming
ARTHUR V. WATKINS, Utah
STEWART FRENCH, Chief Counsel and Staff Director
GOODRICH W. LINEWEAVER, Committee Assistant for Reclamation
RICHARD L. CALLAGHAN, Chief Clerk
N. D. McSHERRY, Assistant Chief Olerk
Text of S. 863
Bureau of the Budget.
Federal Power Commission.
Banks, Harvey O., State engineer, California; accompanied by Porter
A. Towner, attorney, division of water resources, and Northcutt
Ely, special counsel-
Bennett, Elmer, legislative counsel, Department of the Interior... 96, 399
Bishop, Clark, State engineer, Wyoming-
Chilson, Hatfield, Denver, Colo., water conservation board.
Christy, Harold H.,
superintendent of power and water departments
for the Colorado Fuel & Iron Corp., Pueblo, Colo-
Ely, Northcutt, special counsel for the State of California - 207, 294
Garry, Joseph R., president, National Congress of American Indians. 372
, Willard W., General Counsel, Federal Power Commission.. 188
Grimes, J. W., chief engineer and executive officer, South Dakota
Water Resources Commission..
Guy, Hon. George, attorney general of the State of Wyoming-
Hruska, Hon. Roman L., United States Senator from the State of
Knowland, Hon. William F., United States Senator from the State of
McKay, Hon. Douglas, Secretary of the Interior-
Millikin, Hon. Eugene D., United States Senator from the State of
Morrison, Hon. Robert, attorney general of the State of Arizona - 321
Morse, Hon. Wayne, United States Senator from the State of Oregon. - 340
Neuberger, Hon. Richard L., United States Senator from the State of
Peterson, Hon. E. L., Assistant Secretary of Agriculture.
Peterson, Petrus, Lincoln, Nebr., former president, National Reclama-
Rankin, Hon. J. Lee, assistant attorney general of the United States,
in charge of the office of legal counsel-
Rising, E. w., on behalf of Roger Ernst, Arizona State land and
Robertson, Col. Eliott B.,
head, operations branch, Marine Corps--- 142
Roderick, Hon. George H., Assistant Secretary of the Army (civil-
Shamberger, Hugh A., State engineer, Nevada
Stanley, Lewis, president, Association of Western State Engineers. 34
Towner, Porter A., attorney, division of water resources, State of
Triggs, Matt, assistant legislative director, American Farm Bureau
Welsh; William E., secretary-manager, National Reclamation Asso-
Wilson, J. Byron, chairman, Wyoming National Resources Board 292
Act of June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 36) relating to forest reservation..
Act of July 10, 1952 (66 Stat. 560), section 208.
Act of August 4, 1954 (68 Stat. 667), section 4.
Act of July 23, 1955 (69 Stat. 368), section 4.
California State consitution, article XIV (added November 2, 1954). 147
Citation-Nebraska v. Wyoming, from United States Reports --- 253
Difficulties experienced by the Armed Services in endeavoring to com-
ply with the laws of the States in which military installations are
located, examples of_
Federal Power Act of 1920 (41 Stat. 1068, 1077), sections 9 (B) and 27- 121
Flood Control Act of December 22, 1944 (58 Stat. 887), section 1.--- 46; 123
Barrett, Hon. Frank A., to Marvin A. Sonofsky, general counsel
for Shoshone Indian Tribe, March 24, 1956..
Brinegar, David F., executive secretary, Central Arizona Project
Association, to E. W. Rising, Central Arizona Project Associa-
tion, March 5, 1956..
Chilson, Hatfield, Loveland, Colo., to chairman, March 27, 1956.. 365
Cragun, John W., Washington, D. C., to Hon. James E. Murray,
and Hon. Frank A. Barrett, March 20, 21, and 23, 1956--- 319, 397
Dixon, R. M., chairman, State Board of Water Engineers, State of
Texas, to Hon. Frank A. Barrett, March 13, 1956.
Horton, Harry W., El Centro, Calif., to Wm. É. Welsh, secretary-
manager, National Reclamation Association, March 10, 1956 - 333
Jones, Dan S., Jr., Chief, Bureau of Irrigation, Water Power, and
Drainage, State of Nebraska, to Lewis A. Stanley, president,
Association of Western State Engineers, March 21, 1956..
Knight, Hon. Goodwin J., Governor of California, to Hon. Thomas
H. Kuckel, Hon. James E. Murray, and Hon. Clair Engle,
February 21, 1956-
Knight, Hon. Goodwin J., Governor of California, to Hon.
William F. Knowland..
Lane, Don, secretary, State Water Resources Board, State of
Oregon, to Hon. James E. Murray, September 28, 1956--
Lazarus, Arthur, Jr., Washington, D. C., to Hon. Frank A. Bar-
ratt, March 28, 1956_-
Miles, Clarence R., Chamber of Commerce of the United States,
to chairman, March 19, 1956_--
Rankin, J. Lee, Assistant Attorney General, to chairman, March
26, 1956, and enclosure
Roderick, Hon. George H., Assistant Secretary of the Army, to
chairman, April 12, 1956_.
Sonofsky, Marvin A., general counsel for the Shoshone Indian
Tribe, to Hon. Frank A. Barrett, March 23, 1956_
Warner, David R., Chief, Water Resources Section, Department
of Justice, to Miss N. D. McSherry, assistant chief clerk,
March 26, 1956, and enclosure
List of water rights obtained by Federal agencies under provisions of
South Dakota water laws.-
National Parks Act of August 7, 1946 (60 Stat. 885)
Oregon Loses Its Waters, editorial in the Oregonian, Wednesday, Juny
Pelton Dam decision of United States Supreme Court.-
Pelton Ruling Made Clear, editorial in the Oregonian, November 19,
Preservation of integrity of State water laws report and recommenda-
tions, October 1943, of committee of the National Reclamation
Association, appointed pursuant to resolution No. 9, adopted at
annual convention of association, October 1942, quotation from.. 281
Provisions of Federal statutes in recognition of State law as governing
Public Law 547-
Association of Western State Engineers.
California State Water Resources Board.
Colorado Water Conservation Board..
General assembly (40th) of the State of Colorado, the House of
Representatives concurring -
Irrigation Districts Association of California_
Legislature of the State of Oregon...
National Congress of American Indians.
National Reclamation Association...
Nevada State Cattle Association.
North Dakota Reclamation Association, Inc.
North Dakota State Water Conservation Commission.
Texas Water Conservation Association --
Section 6 of the Flood Control Act of 1944, memorandum from
Elmer K. Nelson on..
S. 3250, text of
Stakes Are High-The Fight Over Western Water Rights Is Under
Way, extension of remarks of Hon. Frank A. Barrett of Wyoming, in
the Senate of the United States, Tuesday, August 2, 1955-
State Law ignored, editorial in the Oregon Grange Bulletin, July 12,
Statement of Hon. Wayne Morse, on
3250, befor the Senate Com-
mittee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Tuesday, March 21,
Statement of Hon. Richard Neuberger, on S. 3250, before the Senate
Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, March 20, 1956. 342
States To Fight for Water, editorial in the Oregonian, Saturday,
September 17, 1955.--.
Submerged Lands Act of May 2, 1953 (67 Stat. 31), section 3 (e). 125
Taylor Grazing Act of 1934 (48 Stat. 1270), section 3.
Water Conservation Act of August 11, 1939, as amended by the act of
October 14, 1940 (54 Stat. 1121, 1125), sections c (b) and 10.-
Water Control Showdown, editorial in the Oregonian, August 23, 1955. 377
Water Fight Coming, editorial in the Oregonian, November 3, 1955. 378
Water Rights in Jeopardy, editorial in the Oregon Grange Bulletin,
July 5, 1955.