Title 16 of the United States Code outlines the role of conservation in the United States Code.[1]

References

  1. ^ "United States Code". Office of the Law Revision Counsel. Retrieved November 24, 2015.
  2. ^ United States Code, 2006 Edition, vol 9, pp 1048, 1055 & 1056.
  3. ^ United States Code, 2000 Edition, vol 27, p 880. "Public Trust in Land Law" (1980) 14 U.C. Davis Law Review 295. United States Code Service, Lawyers Edition, 1936, vol 5, p 510. The Public Trust Doctrine in Natural Resources Law and Management: Conference Proceedings, 1981, p 193.
  4. ^ Code of Federal Regulations, Revised to 1 October 2003, vol 43, s 5510.0-3(a) at p 889. United States Code Annotated 2010, Popular Name Table, I to Z, p 254.
  5. ^ 23 American and English Annotated Cases 621
  6. ^ Sometimes incorrectly cited as sections 1614 and 1615
  7. ^ 12 Fed Stat Ann (2nd Ed), p 38
  8. ^ United States Code, 2000 Ed, vol 27, title 50, p 747
  9. ^ Laws Relating to the Department of the Interior Passed by the Sixty-second Congress, Third Session, p 392
  10. ^ McKinney (ed), Federal Statutes Annotated, Supplement 1914, Edward Thompson Company, 1914, 347
  11. ^ Mallory (ed), United States Compiled Statutes: Annotated: 1916, West, 1916, vol 5, p 5981; Complied Statutes of the United States 1913, vol 2, s 4995
  12. ^ Barnes' Federal Code, Virginia Law Book Company, 1919, s 4325 [1]
  13. ^ Barnett (ed), United States Statutes Annotated, TH Flood & Company, 1919, vol 7, p 970
  14. ^ Highlights in the History of Forest and Related Natural Resource Conservation. Conservation Bulletin 41. United States Department of the Interior. Revised 1962. p 13
  15. ^ 37 Stat 1015
  16. ^ Senate, 62nd Congress, 2d Session, Report No 1039.
  17. ^ Senate, 18 January 1913, p 1718
  18. ^ 44 Stat 890
  19. ^ United States Code Annotated 2010, West Publishing Company, 2010, title "Popular Name A to I", p 314
  20. ^ 76 Stat 587 at 588
  21. ^ 16 U.S. Code § 614, 615. Cornell University.
  22. ^ Report of the Commissioner of the General Land Office, 1895, pp 4, 5, 313 & 315