33 U.S. Code Chapter 14 - CALIFORNIA DEBRIS COMMISSION
- § 661. Creation of commission; appointment of members; vacancies; powers generally
- § 662. Organization; compensation of members; rules and regulations of procedure; traveling expenses
- § 663. Territorial jurisdiction over hydraulic mining; hydraulic mining injurious to navigation prohibited
- § 664. General duties as to plans for protection of navigation
- § 665. Survey for debris reservoirs; study of methods of mines and mining
- § 666. Noting conditions of navigable channels
- § 667. Annual reports
- § 668. “Hydraulic mining” and “mining by hydraulic process” defined
- § 669. Petition by hydraulic miners
- § 670. Surrender to United States of right to regulate debris of mine
- § 671. Petition for common dumping ground, etc.
- § 672. Notice of petition for dumping grounds, etc.; hearing
- § 673. Order by commission directing method of mining, etc.; expenses of complying with order; exemption from mining taxes
- § 674. Plans for and supervision of work required by order; permit to commence mining
- § 675. Conditions precedent for commencement of mining operations
- § 676. Allotment of expenses for common dumping grounds; location of impounding works
- § 677. Limitation as to quantity of debris washed away
- § 678. Modification and revocation of permit to mine
- § 679. Violation of permit to mine; penalty
- § 680. Examination of mines; reports
- § 681. Repealed.]
- § 682. Malicious injury to works; injury to navigable waters by hydraulic mining; penalty
- § 683. Tax on operation of hydraulic mines; “debris fund”; advances by mine owners; storage for water and use of outlet facilities
- § 684. Cooperation by commission with State authorities
- § 685. Construction by commission of restraining works, etc.; use of debris fund
- § 686. Construction of restraining works in conjunction with State
- § 687. Use of State dredge and appliances in river and harbor improvements
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