Administration and Use of Public Lands: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Public Lands and Surveys, United States Senate, Seventy-seventh Congress, First Session, Pursuant to S. Res. 241 (76th Congress) : a Resolution Authorizing the Committee on Public Lands and Surveys to Make a Full and Complete Investigation with Respect to the Administration and Use of Public Lands, Parts 12-14

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Page 5829 - An act to stop injury to the public grazing lands by preventing overgrazing and soil deterioration, to provide for their orderly use, improvement, and development, to stabilize the livestock industry dependent upon the public range, and for other purposes," approved June 28, 1934 (48 Stat.
Page 5787 - Mr. Chairman, I would like to call the gentleman's attention to the fact that a year ago when they discussed this Taylor bill they said it would be handled by the Department of the Interior. Mr.
Page 5833 - ... concerning rules and regulations for the administration of this Act, the establishment of grazing districts and the modification of the boundaries thereof the seasons of use and carrying capacity of the range, and any other matters affecting the administration of this Act within the district. Except in a case where in the judgment of the Secretary an emergency shall exist, the Secretary shall request the advice of the advisory board in advance of the promulgation of any rules and regulations...
Page 5867 - ... acres or less, the owners, homesteaders, lessees, or other lawful occupants of lands contiguous thereto or cornering thereon shall have a preference right to lease the whole of such tract...
Page 5785 - On the same day, Congressman Edward T. Taylor, the author of the Taylor grazing bill, made the following statement to the Senate committee: Secretary Ickes says he has the necessary force and he fully believes that he can administer 173,000,000 acres for $150,000 a year in conjunction with the Forest J * * *3 > Ral us O.
Page 5631 - except as provided in sections 9 and 11 hereof, all moneys received under the authority of this Act shall be deposited in the Treasury of the United States as miscellaneous receipts, but...
Page 6033 - Federal land for grazing purposes uniform, reasonable, and just treatment ; and be it further Resolved, That a copy of this memorial be forwarded to each of the United States Senators and Representatives in Congress from the State of Colorado, so as to urge their vigorous support in accomplishing the purpose of this memorial.
Page 5867 - The Secretary of the Interior is further authorized, in his discretion, where vacant, unappropriated, and unreserved lands of the public domain are so situated as not to justify their inclusion in any grazing district to be established pursuant to this Act...
Page 5593 - Dutton * has summarized the early history of these grazing charges. "From 1906 [see page 4$ until 1910 there was little change in the fees, except that a few adjustments were made between forests and regions in order to assure like fees for like ranges. The regulations in 1910 provided for the establishment of cattle fees from 35 cents to 60 cents, raising the maximum limit 10 cents per head per annum, and of sheep fees from 10 cents to 18 cents yearlong. "In 1915 the regulation was again amended...
Page 6033 - ... enacted by Congress, is exercising a more practical application of conservation and is giving the users a fairer adjudication of grievances and more security of tenure and general stability; now, therefore, Be It Resolved by the Senate of the Thirty-fifth General Assembly of the State of Colorado, in First Extraordinary Session Convened, the House of Representatives Concurring herein-' That it respectfully memorializes the Congress of the United States to conduct an investigation of conditions...

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