3 edition of Canal and drainage act (VIII of 1873) found in the catalog.
Canal and drainage act (VIII of 1873)
Zafar Hussain Chaudhary
|Statement||by Zafar Hussain Chaudhary.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 270 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||270|
|LC Control Number||79931669|
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THE CANAL AND DRAINAGE ACT, (Act VIII of ) [11 February ] An Act to regulate Irrigation, Navigation and Drainage  [* * *] Preamble.– WH EREAS, throughout the territories to which this Act extends,  [the P rovincial Government] is entitled to use and control for public purposes the.
 [A. Prohibition and control regarding the discharge of effluent into canal and drainage works.– (1) The Provincial Government may, by notification in the official gazette, prohibit the discharge of any effluent, including any solid or liquid matter or combination of them from industrial, municipal or any other source, into any river, canal and drainage work including any natural drainage channel.
(3) “drainage-work” includes escape-channels from a canal, drains, weirs, embankments, sluices, groins and other works for the protection of lands from flood or from erosion formed or maintained by   [the Provincial Government] under the provisions of Part VII of this Act, but does not include works for the removal of sewage from towns.
1THE HARYANA CANAL AND DRAINAGE ACT, (HARYANA ACT NO. 29 OF ) (Received the assent of the Governor of Haryana on the 23rd August,and first published for general information in the Haryana Government Gazette (Extraordinary), Legislative Supplement Part.
OF The Canal and Drainage Act, In exercise of the powers conferred on him by Section 75 read with Section 36 of the Canal and Drainage Act, ,the Governor of West Pakistan is pleased to make the following rules, namely:– 1.
The following shall be assessed at garden rates, namely:—. The Northern India Canal and Drainage Act, (Act no. 8 of ) dated 11th February, is being an Act of Central Government, enacted for regulating irrigation, navigation and drainage in the area of Northern Canal and drainage act book.
The Divisional Canal- officer may issue an order to the persons using any water- course to construct suitable bridges, culverts or other works for the passage of the water of such water- course across any public road, canal or drainage- channel in use before the said water.
Clause (5) of section 75 of the Canal and Drainage Act,as amended, authorises the making of rules, to have effect retrospectively from any date not earlier than the date from which water has been supplied. The statute, therefore, itself, visualises the making of rules with retrospective effect.
THE RIVERS AND CANALS ACT Act 35/ ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS 1. Short title 2. Interpretation PART I — RIVERS 3 Rivers and streams are public property 4 Drawing water from river 5 Portions of rivers may be taken for public purposes 6 Jouissance of rivers Repealed File Size: KB.
Whereas section 33 of the Canal and Drainage Act,deals with un-authorised use of water supplied through a watercourse, section 34 deals with wastage of water through neglect or otherwise. Both the sections have a common feature inasmuch as the persons made chargeable in respect of the water used in an un-authorised manner or allowed to.
Pakhtunkhwa Canal and Drainage (Amendment) Act, (2) Itshall come into force atonce. Amendment of section 70 of Act No. VIII of In the Canal 'and Drainage Act, (Act No.
VIII of ), insect-after clause (5),the following new clauses shall be inserted: namely: "(5-A)throws garbages and polythene bags in the Canal to. The Little River Drainage District was constructed between and It consists of miles of ditches and miles of levees.
It coversacres and drains a total of million acres. The land that makes up the Little River Drainage District was granted to Missouri in the Swamp Land Act. —This Act may be called the Northern India Canal and Drainage Act, Local extent.—It extends to 1[Uttar Pradesh and the 2[territories which, immediately before the 1st November,were comprised in the States of Punjab and Delhi]] and applies to all lands whether permanently settled, temporarily settled, or free from revenue.
3 * 2. RESERVATIONS REQUESTED TO BE RELEASED: CANAL: COUNTY ROAD: STATE ROAD: MINERAL -NON USE COMMITMENT: (if parcel is more than acres) NOTE: Right of entry for mineral reservations on parcels of 20 acres or less has been automatically released pursuant to ChapterFlorida Statutes.
THE HARYANA CANAL AND DRAINAGE ACT, (Haryana Act No. 29 of ) (Received the assent of the Governor of Haryana on the 23rd August,and first published for general information in the Haryana Government Gazette (Extraordinary), Legislative Supplement Part I of 23rd August, ).
1 2 3 4. THE NORTHERN INDIA CANAL AND DRAINAGE ACT, I ACT No.8 OF [AS ON ] An Act to regulate Irrigation, Navigation and Drainage Northern India. [11th February, ] Contents. PART I. PRELIMINARY. title. retation clause. to appoint officers.
PART II. OF THE APPLICATION OF WATER FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES. “Principles of Exterior Drainage – Short Course”is a condensed version of the “Principles of Exterior Drainage”. It focuses solely on all aspects of exterior drainage, from the identification of the problem to the design and installation of the solution.
The information contained in this manual was created to File Size: 2MB. In property law, one way that a landowner may interfere with another’s use of her land is by altering how surface water, such as rain or snow melt, drains.
A landowner may build a building, pave her land, or alter the contour of the land in a way that increases the amount of surface water [ ]. PUB also revised its Code of Practice on Surface Water Drainage in to require contractors to implement best practices on ECM at worksites. Along with the revision, building contractors have been required to submit an ECM plan to PUB, designed and endorsed by a.
ACT further to amend the Canal and Drainage Act, WHEREAS it is expedient further to amend the Canal and Drainage Act, (Act No. VIII of ), for the purposes hereinafter appearing; It is hereby enacted as follows: 1. Short title and commencement(1) This Act may be called the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Canal and Drainage (Amendment) Act.
“The books say lawns can be as low as 2% and pitch water away properly, but we have found 3% is the minimum,” Lesti says.
“When lawn areas are less than this, a French drain or catch basins should be used. You can also create a low area, known as a swale (shallow gully) to direct water away.”.
The electronic Irish Statute Book (eISB) comprises the Acts of the Oireachtas (Parliament), Statutory Instruments, Legislation Directory, Constitution and a limited number of pre Acts. Arterial Drainage Act, ; Arterial Drainage Act, No local authority, no railway company, canal company, or other similar body, and no.
The electronic Irish Statute Book (eISB) comprises the Acts of the Oireachtas (Parliament), Statutory Instruments, Legislation Directory, Constitution and a limited number of pre Acts. Arterial Drainage Act, Compensation for injury to canals, fisheries, etc.
Amendments. —Actsubstituted “canal ditch company, irrigation or drainage district” for “canal or ditch company or drainage district” and inserted “or, if not a private corporation, a copy of the law under which the same is formed” after “articles of incorporation” and “, and, upon presentation of satisfactory showing by the applicant, such additional.
Section Name: Canals and Cross Drainage Works (WRD 13) Designator of Legally Binding Document: IS Title of Legally Binding Document: Criteria for Design of Lined Canals and Guidance for Selection of Type of Lining Number of Amendments: 1 Equivalence: Superceding: IS and IS Superceded by: LEGALLY BINDING DOCUMENT.
Case Study: The Love Canal Disaster One of the most famous and important examples of groundwater pollution in the U.S. is the Love Canal tragedy in Niagara Falls, New York.
It is important because the pollution disaster at Love Canal, along with similar pollution calamities at that time (Times Beach, Missouri and Valley of Drums, Kentucky), helped to create Superfund, a federal program Author: Matthew R.
Fisher. The most commonly used canal cross-section in irrigation and drainage is the trapezoidal cross-section. Earthen canals are simply dug in the ground and the bank is made up from the removed earth.
The disadvantages of earthen canals are the risk of the side slopes collapsing and. Plumbing and Drainage and Other Legislation Amendment Act Part 1 Preliminary Page 6 Act No.
11 The Parliament of Queensland enacts— Part 1 Preliminary 1 Short title This Act may be cited as the Plumbing and Drainage and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2 Commencement Part 5, other than sections 24 commences on a day to. Canal Automation for Irrigation Systems focuses on the technical aspects of modernizing irrigation systems through use of automated canal control systems.
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William Bleam, in Soil and Environmental Chemistry (Second Edition), The Limiting Sodium Adsorption Ratio (LSAR) Sodicity Risk ParameterPredicting the SAR of drainage water SAR dw or soil saturated-extract SAR e is an excellent example of a problem that water chemistry simulation cannot easily solve.
Rhoades et al. () found the silicate mineral weathering in arid soils Canal maintained for seven years presumed a necessity; drainage assessments declared liens After a canal has been dug along any natural depression or waterway and maintained for seven years, it shall be prima facie evidence of N.C.
Gen. Stat. § Supplemental assessments to make up deficiency; vacancy appointments of assessment jurors. Canals, or navigations, are human-made channels, or artificial waterways, for water conveyance, or to service water transport vehicles.
It can be thought as an artificial version of a river. In most cases, the engineered works will have a series of dams and locks that create reservoirs of low speed current flow.
The story of the famous canal began inwhen the French leader Napoleon I ordered its construction. At the time, aroundpeople were living in. The Witham Navigable Drains are located in Lincolnshire, England, and are part of a much larger drainage system managed by the Witham Fourth District Internal Drainage Board.
The Witham Fourth District comprises the East Fen and West Fen, to the north of Boston, which together cover an area of 97 square miles. In total there are over miles of drainage ditches, of which under 60 miles are Locks: 2, (3 other locks are defunct). As nouns the difference between canal and drain is that canal is an artificial waterway, often connecting one body of water with another while drain is a conduit allowing liquid to flow out of an otherwise contained volume.
As verbs the difference between canal and drain is that canal is to dig an artificial waterway in or to (a place), especially for drainage while drain is to lose liquid. Taxation Act c. This Act may be called the  [* * *] Canal and Drainage Act, Local extent.– It extends to  [the Punjab ]; and applies to all lands, whether permanently settled, temporarily settled, or free from revenue.
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Subsurface drainage systems include pipe underdrains, pavement base drains and combination storm sewer and underdrain. Examples of these are shown on Publication 72M, Standard Drawing objective of a subsurface drainage system is to convey away any water that gets into base material.
Subsurface drainage is a practical and economical. The Canals of Britain for both drainage and navigation purposes. They also constructed the nearby Caer (or Car) Dyke, extending for almost 40 miles to the south of It was not until that an Act was passed to authorise the construction of the Grand Junction Canal from Braunston on the Oxford Canal to Brentford on the River.The Online Books Page.
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(Denver, Engineering Laboratories Branch, Design and Construction Division, ), also by J. A. Hanson (page images at HathiTrust) United States.The 17th Street Canal is the largest and most important drainage canal and is capable of conveying more water than the Orleans Avenue and London Avenue Canals combined.
 The 17th Street Canal exte feet (4, m) north from Pump Station 6 to Lake Pontchartrain along the boundary of Orleans and Jefferson parishes.