Ciriacy-Wantrup, S. V. Some economic issues in water rights.
Journal of Farm Economics 37:875-885 (December 1955).
Clarenbach, Fred A. Considerations for agriculture in water rights legis-
lation. Presented at Eighth Annual Farm Forum, Missouri College of
Agriculture, Columbia, Missouri, October 31, 1956. 6 pp. Mimeo.
Council of State Governments, Chicago, Illinois.
The states and their water resources. April 20, 1955. 6 pp. Mimeo.
State administration of water resources. Spring 1957. 153 pp.
Recommendations concerning some water resource problems con-
fronting the states. April 1956. 11 pp. Mimeo.
Harvard, William C., and B. B. Mason. Local participation in solving a
water problem. Public Administration Review 15:210-217 (Summer
Holsinger, Henry. Some legal aspects of ground water and the California
Water Plan. Journal of American Water Works Association 47:374-
382 (April 1955).
Hutchins, Wells A. Establishment of water rights from ground water
sources. Presented at Irrigation and Drainage Division Conference,
American Society of Civil Engineers, Salt Lake City, Utah, September
1954. 11 pp.
History of the conflict between riparian and appropria-
tive rights in the western states. Presented at Water Law Conference
of Riparian and Appropriative Rights, University of Texas School of
Law, Austin, Texas, June 1954. 21 pp.
Trends in the statutory law of ground water in the
western states. Texas Law Review 34:157-191 (December 1955).
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Marquis, Robert H., Freeman, R. M., and Heath, M. S. The movement for
new water rights laws in the Tennessee Valley States. Tennessee
Law Review 23:797-837 (April 1955).
Smith, Stephen C. Problems in the use of the public districts for ground-
water management. Land Economics 32:259-269 (August 1955).
Thomas, Harold E. Water rights in areas of ground-water mining. United
States Geological Survey Circular 347, Washington, D. C., 1955. 16 pp.
Wiseman, John W. Potential conflicts between supplemental irrigation and
pollution abatement programs. Sewage and Industrial Wastes. 27:
1284-1287 (November 1955).
ON PARTICULAR STATES
Hutchins, Wells A. Series in progress on law of water rights in the seven-
teen western states. Agricultural Research Service, United States
Department of Agriculture, in cooperation with the several states.
The following reports are those completed to date as part of a revi-
sion of Selected problems in the law of water rights in the West,
issued in 1942 as Miscellaneous Publication 418 of the United States
Department of Agriculture. The series will comprise an overall dis
cussion of water rights law for the seventeen western states. If prac-
ticable, the separate for each state is to be issued in advance of pub-
lication of the complete revision. For further information, write to
Agricultural Research Service, United States Department of Agricul-
ture, Washington 25, D. C., or to the State Engineer of the particular
The California law of water rights. Sacramento, California, California
State Engineer, 1957. (In press).
The Idaho law of water rights. Boise, Idaho, Idaho State Department
of Reclamation, 1956. 117 pp.
The Nevada law of water rights. Carson City, Nevada, State Engineer
of Nevada, 1955. 66 pp.
The New Mexico law of water rights. Sante Fe, New Mexico, State
Engineer of New Mexico, 1955. 61 pp.
The Oklahoma law of water rights. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma,
Oklahoma Planning and Resources Board, 1955. 81 pp.
Bank of America. Is there water for California?
San Francisco, California, Bank of America
Economics Department, September 1955. 25 pp.
California Department of Water Resources. Series on state water re-
sources, water use, and State water plan. Sacramento, California.
Water resources of California. Bulletin No. 1. 1951.
Water utilization and requirements of California. Bulletin No. 2.
1955. 2 vols. 358 pp.
The California water plan. Bulletin No. 3. 1957. 245 pp.
California water plan and its administration. (Includes: California is
listening. Water problem for the legislature. The program of the
Department of Water Resources. Program of the Water Rights Board.
Where should local authorities take the initiative? Local authorities'
part. Financing the plan. Flood control problems. Legal questions to
be answered.) Journal of American Water Works Association 49:89-
147 (February 1957).
Ferrier, Hugh W. Administration of Water Rights in California. California
Law Review 44:833-852 (December 1956).
Giannini Foundation Ground Water Studies. University of California College
of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station, Berkeley.
No. 1. Ground water in California; the present state of our knowledge.
Bartz, P. B. September 1949. 67 pp.
No. 2. Ground water in California; the experience of Antelope Valley.
Snyder, J. H. February 1955. 171 pp.
Ellis, Harold H., and R. O. Bausman. Some legal aspects of water use in
Delaware. Delaware Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin 314
(Technical), November 1955. 37 pp.
Florida Water Resources Study Commission. Florida's water resources;
a report to the Governor and the 1957 Florida legislature.
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Tallahassee, Florida, 1957, 91 pp. (Chapter 2 contains summary of
Report of the Committee on Water Law, Florida Bar Association.
Tallahassee, Florida, 1957).
Maloney, Frank E. Florida's new water resources law. Univ. Florida
Law Review 10:119-152 (Summer 1957).
Illinois State Chamber of Commerce. Water Resources Committee. Illi-
nois water supply-a vital necessity-a growing problem. Chicago,
Illinois, 1956. 37 pp.
Iowa Natural Resources Council. River basin reports. Des Moines, Iowa.
Bulletin No. 1. An inventory of water resources and water problems,
Des Moines River Basin. 1953. 63 pp.
Bulletin No. 2. An inventory of water resources and water problems,
Nishnabotna River Basin. 1955. 60 pp.
Bulletin No. 3. An inventory of water resources and water problems,
Iowa-Cedar River Basin. 1955. 93 pp.
Bulletin No. 4. An inventory of water resources and water problems,
Floyd-Big Sioux River Basins. 1956. 55 pp.
Timmons, John F., O'Byrne, J. C., and Frevert, R. K. (Editors). Iowa's
water resources: sources, uses and laws. Papers presented at the
Seminar of Iowa's Water Resources, Ames, Iowa. Iowa State College
Press, 1956. 225 pp.
Kansas Water Resources Board. Topeka, Kansas.
Bulletin No. 1. Developing a state water plan. 1956. 19 pp.
Bulletin No. 2. State-federal relationships in water resources develop-
ment programs. 1956. 30 pp.
Bulletin No. 3. Report on the laws of Kansas pertaining to the bene-
ficial use of water. 1956. 30 pp.
Kansas Water Resources Fact-Finding and Research Committee. Water in
Kansas, 1955, and Appendix. A Report to the Kansas State Legisla-
ture, as directed by the Kansas State Financial Council. Lawrence,
Kansas, 1955. 216 pp.
Massachusetts Legislative Research Council. Rights to surface and sub-
surface water in Massachusetts. February 13, 1957. (Massachusetts
Senate Document No. 695, April 1957). 128 pp.
Minnesota Legislative Interim Commission on Water Conservation, Drain-
age and Flood Control. Report... submitted to the Legislature and the
Governor, 1955. 51 pp.
Mississippi Water Resources Policy Commission. Water for the future in
Mississippi. Report to the 1956 Mississippi Legislature, Jackson,
Mississippi, September 1955. 55 pp.
Wynn, Douglas C. Mississippi Water Conservation Law. Mississippi Law
Journal 28:190-230 (May 1957).
New Hampshire State Planning and Development Commission. New Hamp-
shire water; governmental responsibilities and activities in relation
to the water resources of New Hampshire. Concord, New Hampshire,
December 1956. 76 pp.
Ohio Legislative Survey Commission, Columbus, Ohio.
Water rights in Ohio. 1955. 44 pp.
Drainage law in Ohio. 1955. 28 pp.
Water pollution control in Ohio. 1955. 32 pp.
Report of committee to study conservancy and water laws.
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Oregon Water Resources Committee. Report... submitted to Forty-Eighth
Legislative Assembly, Portland, Oregon, January 1955. 203 pp.
(Water resources and use; recommendations for coordinated water
South Carolina Water Policy Committee. A new water policy for South
Carolina. Report... submitted to the General Assembly, Columbia,
1954. 47 pp.
Public Administration Service. Public water policy in Tennessee. Chicago,
Illinois, 1956. 174 pp.
Virginia Advisory Legislative Council. Water resources of Virginia. Re-
port.. .to the Governor and the General Assembly, Richmond, Divi-
sion of Purchase and Printing, 1955. 139 pp.
University of Wisconsin Extension Service College of Agriculture, and Law
School. Essays on Wisconsin water law. 1955. 115 pp.
Kannenberg, Adolph. Wisconsin law of waters.
Uelman, David L. The law of underground water: a half century
of Huber v. Merkel.
Coates, Glenn R. Present and proposed control of water resources
Wisconsin State Conservation Department. Value of water resources for
wildlife and recreational uses in Wisconsin. Madison, Wisconsin.
The Council of State Governments, Chicago, Illinois.
Reports on Water Resources. An annotated bibliography of recent
reports (1951-1955) of state agencies. October 1955. 20 pp. (Con-
tains. brief summaries.) A supplement including reports issued during
1956 and 1957 is also available.
Bibliography, Appendix C of State administration of water resources.
1957, 153 pp. (Contains list of major state reports, 1951-1957; also
small general bibliography on water resources.)
United States Soil Conservation Service. Bibliography on water rights in
the United States. Busby, C. E., and W. H. Meinders. Preliminary.
Washington, D. C., August 19, 1955. 11 pp. Mimeo.
University of Michigan Law School, Legislative Research Center.
Bibliography on water law. Ann Arbor, Michigan. 1956 (?). 16 pp.