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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 6926-6932



6926.  Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, the
right to extract sodium chloride, contained in any lands belonging to
the State, or which may become the property of the State, situate in
any of the townships described in Section 6931, which may be
necessary or convenient for use in conditioning a public water supply
owned, controlled, or operated by any metropolitan water district of
the State, may be sold at a reasonable price or royalty, or both, to
be fixed by the commission and conveyed to any such metropolitan
water district.


6927.  The terms so fixed shall be operative for 20 years from the
date of the grant. Upon the expiration of such 20-year period and
each succeeding period of 20 years the commission or other duly
constituted authority, may prescribe for each ensuing period of 20
years a different royalty rate or rates to be paid as a condition of
the continued exercise of the grant.



6928.  The purchaser shall acquire no right to sell any such sodium
chloride, but may extract it solely for public use in carrying out
the public functions herein specifed.



6929.  Any metropolitan water district may apply to the commission
to purchase the right to extract sodium chloride from any such State
lands. The application shall describe the lands and the proposed use
to be made of the sodium chloride to be extracted therefrom, and
shall be accompanied by a map or plat showing the location of the
lands.



6930.  If the sale is made, the right to extract from the lands,
such sodium chloride as is found by the commission to be necessary or
convenient for the purposes herein specified, together with the
right to occupy and use so much of the land and to employ such
methods as may be necessary or convenient for extracting and
processing the sodium chloride, shall be conveyed to the applicant by
patent. The patent shall provide for reversion to the State of any
rights so patented in the event that any sodium chloride so extracted
is sold by the patentee or used for any purpose other than the
performance by the patentee of the functions herein specified.




6931.  The provisions of this article shall apply only to lands
belonging to the State, or which may become the property of the
State, situate in one or more of the following townships, all of
which are of the San Bernardino Base and Meridian: T. 5 N., in R. 11
E.; T. 1 N., 4 N. and 5 N., in R. 12 E.; T. 3 N. and 4 N., in R. 13
E.; T. 2 N. and 3 N., in R. 15 E.; and T. 2 N., in R. 17 E.



6932.  Any right granted under this article to extract sodium
chloride from State lands shall terminate upon the expiration of 99
years from the date of the issuance of the patent unless sooner
terminated as herein otherwise provided.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 6926-6932

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 6926-6932



6926.  Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, the
right to extract sodium chloride, contained in any lands belonging to
the State, or which may become the property of the State, situate in
any of the townships described in Section 6931, which may be
necessary or convenient for use in conditioning a public water supply
owned, controlled, or operated by any metropolitan water district of
the State, may be sold at a reasonable price or royalty, or both, to
be fixed by the commission and conveyed to any such metropolitan
water district.


6927.  The terms so fixed shall be operative for 20 years from the
date of the grant. Upon the expiration of such 20-year period and
each succeeding period of 20 years the commission or other duly
constituted authority, may prescribe for each ensuing period of 20
years a different royalty rate or rates to be paid as a condition of
the continued exercise of the grant.



6928.  The purchaser shall acquire no right to sell any such sodium
chloride, but may extract it solely for public use in carrying out
the public functions herein specifed.



6929.  Any metropolitan water district may apply to the commission
to purchase the right to extract sodium chloride from any such State
lands. The application shall describe the lands and the proposed use
to be made of the sodium chloride to be extracted therefrom, and
shall be accompanied by a map or plat showing the location of the
lands.



6930.  If the sale is made, the right to extract from the lands,
such sodium chloride as is found by the commission to be necessary or
convenient for the purposes herein specified, together with the
right to occupy and use so much of the land and to employ such
methods as may be necessary or convenient for extracting and
processing the sodium chloride, shall be conveyed to the applicant by
patent. The patent shall provide for reversion to the State of any
rights so patented in the event that any sodium chloride so extracted
is sold by the patentee or used for any purpose other than the
performance by the patentee of the functions herein specified.




6931.  The provisions of this article shall apply only to lands
belonging to the State, or which may become the property of the
State, situate in one or more of the following townships, all of
which are of the San Bernardino Base and Meridian: T. 5 N., in R. 11
E.; T. 1 N., 4 N. and 5 N., in R. 12 E.; T. 3 N. and 4 N., in R. 13
E.; T. 2 N. and 3 N., in R. 15 E.; and T. 2 N., in R. 17 E.



6932.  Any right granted under this article to extract sodium
chloride from State lands shall terminate upon the expiration of 99
years from the date of the issuance of the patent unless sooner
terminated as herein otherwise provided.


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Statutes > California > Prc > 6926-6932

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 6926-6932



6926.  Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, the
right to extract sodium chloride, contained in any lands belonging to
the State, or which may become the property of the State, situate in
any of the townships described in Section 6931, which may be
necessary or convenient for use in conditioning a public water supply
owned, controlled, or operated by any metropolitan water district of
the State, may be sold at a reasonable price or royalty, or both, to
be fixed by the commission and conveyed to any such metropolitan
water district.


6927.  The terms so fixed shall be operative for 20 years from the
date of the grant. Upon the expiration of such 20-year period and
each succeeding period of 20 years the commission or other duly
constituted authority, may prescribe for each ensuing period of 20
years a different royalty rate or rates to be paid as a condition of
the continued exercise of the grant.



6928.  The purchaser shall acquire no right to sell any such sodium
chloride, but may extract it solely for public use in carrying out
the public functions herein specifed.



6929.  Any metropolitan water district may apply to the commission
to purchase the right to extract sodium chloride from any such State
lands. The application shall describe the lands and the proposed use
to be made of the sodium chloride to be extracted therefrom, and
shall be accompanied by a map or plat showing the location of the
lands.



6930.  If the sale is made, the right to extract from the lands,
such sodium chloride as is found by the commission to be necessary or
convenient for the purposes herein specified, together with the
right to occupy and use so much of the land and to employ such
methods as may be necessary or convenient for extracting and
processing the sodium chloride, shall be conveyed to the applicant by
patent. The patent shall provide for reversion to the State of any
rights so patented in the event that any sodium chloride so extracted
is sold by the patentee or used for any purpose other than the
performance by the patentee of the functions herein specified.




6931.  The provisions of this article shall apply only to lands
belonging to the State, or which may become the property of the
State, situate in one or more of the following townships, all of
which are of the San Bernardino Base and Meridian: T. 5 N., in R. 11
E.; T. 1 N., 4 N. and 5 N., in R. 12 E.; T. 3 N. and 4 N., in R. 13
E.; T. 2 N. and 3 N., in R. 15 E.; and T. 2 N., in R. 17 E.



6932.  Any right granted under this article to extract sodium
chloride from State lands shall terminate upon the expiration of 99
years from the date of the issuance of the patent unless sooner
terminated as herein otherwise provided.

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