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Statutes > California > Prc > 8001-8025

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 8001-8025



8001.  As used in this article, "department" means the Department of
Water Resources.



8002.  The state base map shall consist of complementary
planimetric, mosaic, and topographic maps prepared in units of
convenient size and scale.


8003.  The state base maps shall have delineated thereon plane
rectangular coordinates which shall conform to the provisions of
Division 8 (commencing at Section 8801) of this code.



8011.  The department shall investigate mapping; shall prepare a
complete report thereon including plans and recommendations for an
adequate mapping program for California; and shall adopt a general
plan and program for the accomplishment of the policy declared in
this article. The general plan and program so adopted, and as from
time to time modified, amended or revised by the department, shall be
the authorized general plan and program to be carried out by the
state departments. The department may from time to time make such
further investigations and reports upon mapping as deemed proper by
it in pursuance of the policy declared in this article.




8012.  The technical methods used in preparation of the state base
map, the terms of the contract, the specifications, and acceptance of
the base maps or units thereof shall be the responsibility of the
department.


8013.  The department may enter into cooperative agreements with any
department of the State qualified in the making and using of surveys
and maps for the performance of such duties, reasonably connected
with the functions of the department, as may aid in the
accomplishment of the objectives prescribed in this article.




8014.  The department may enter into contracts with public and
private agencies for mapping and surveys not now the direct
responsibility of existing state agencies with the approval of the
Director of General Services.



8014.5.  With the approval of the Director of General Services the
department may enter into cooperative agreements with the federal
government or any agency or agencies thereof for performance of map
production work in accordance with the general plan and program
adopted hereunder.



8015.  The department is authorized to accept grants from the
Federal Government or any of its agencies, or from any county, city
and county, or city or other political agencies, and may accept gifts
for the purpose of implementing mapping and surveys of this State
when the same meet the specifications adopted by the department.




8016.  To enable the coordination of the programs of the several
map-making agencies, the department shall cause data to be assembled
covering the various types of maps produced or being produced by
federal, state or other agencies, their uses and estimated cost of
production, the mapping facilities of all departments engaged in the
preparation of maps and any duplication of mapping by state
departments. All state agencies making and using maps shall cooperate
in furnishing the necessary information covering all mapping
procedure. These assembled data may be used by the department for all
state mapping or map-making.


8017.  The department shall collect information relative to maps and
surveys of the State of California or parts thereof and provide a
public information service for public and private persons and
agencies relative to maps and surveys of the State. Such information
service shall be maintained at Sacramento and may be maintained at
Los Angeles and San Francisco.



8018.  The Department of Water Resources may reproduce copies of
maps and survey data of the state which are not otherwise available
to the general public. Such copies may be sold and distributed at a
price determined by the Department of Water Resources, with the
approval of the Department of Finance.



8019.  The department shall prepare and distribute to public
officials, uniform specifications and regulations for aerial
photographic mapping procedure and for the preparation of planimetric
or topographic maps by photogrammetric methods.




8020.  On the requests of the state departments the Department of
Water Resources shall prepare specifications for the making of maps
of the various types suited to the uses required by the departments
or the public.


8022.  No part of any money appropriated or otherwise made available
to carry out the provisions of this article shall be expended for
the original production of maps unless and until an equal or greater
amount of money shall have been made available (by a political
subdivision, public district, municipality, county or public agency,
including agencies of local and Federal Government but excluding
agencies which are a part of the Executive Department of the State
Government) for expenditure by the department for work of map
production to the end that any sums expended from money appropriated
or otherwise made available to carry out the provisions of this
article shall be matched by like or greater amounts from sources
other than the State Treasury or funds of any agency which is a part
of the Executive Department of the State Government; provided, that
when the United States or any agency thereof matches funds it shall
not be required that funds to be provided from federal sources shall
be paid into the State Treasury. However, any work of production of
maps which conforms to the general program and prescribed standards
thereof, hereafter performed by political subdivisions of the State,
may, with the approval of the department be considered as a
contribution of moneys to the amount of the cost thereof.



8023.  All money received for matching purposes shall be deposited
in the Water Resources Revolving Fund and shall be expendable for
paying expenses incurred pursuant to an agreement hereunder.



8024.  All money received from the sale of maps or reports and data
related thereto shall be deposited in the General Fund.



8025.  The Department of Water Resources shall keep a record of all
expenditures chargeable against each portion of the Water Resources
Revolving Fund derived from matching moneys and any unused balance in
any such portion of the fund shall on approval by the Department of
Finance be withdrawn therefrom and paid out or refunded as provided
in the agreement relating to such matching moneys.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 8001-8025

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 8001-8025



8001.  As used in this article, "department" means the Department of
Water Resources.



8002.  The state base map shall consist of complementary
planimetric, mosaic, and topographic maps prepared in units of
convenient size and scale.


8003.  The state base maps shall have delineated thereon plane
rectangular coordinates which shall conform to the provisions of
Division 8 (commencing at Section 8801) of this code.



8011.  The department shall investigate mapping; shall prepare a
complete report thereon including plans and recommendations for an
adequate mapping program for California; and shall adopt a general
plan and program for the accomplishment of the policy declared in
this article. The general plan and program so adopted, and as from
time to time modified, amended or revised by the department, shall be
the authorized general plan and program to be carried out by the
state departments. The department may from time to time make such
further investigations and reports upon mapping as deemed proper by
it in pursuance of the policy declared in this article.




8012.  The technical methods used in preparation of the state base
map, the terms of the contract, the specifications, and acceptance of
the base maps or units thereof shall be the responsibility of the
department.


8013.  The department may enter into cooperative agreements with any
department of the State qualified in the making and using of surveys
and maps for the performance of such duties, reasonably connected
with the functions of the department, as may aid in the
accomplishment of the objectives prescribed in this article.




8014.  The department may enter into contracts with public and
private agencies for mapping and surveys not now the direct
responsibility of existing state agencies with the approval of the
Director of General Services.



8014.5.  With the approval of the Director of General Services the
department may enter into cooperative agreements with the federal
government or any agency or agencies thereof for performance of map
production work in accordance with the general plan and program
adopted hereunder.



8015.  The department is authorized to accept grants from the
Federal Government or any of its agencies, or from any county, city
and county, or city or other political agencies, and may accept gifts
for the purpose of implementing mapping and surveys of this State
when the same meet the specifications adopted by the department.




8016.  To enable the coordination of the programs of the several
map-making agencies, the department shall cause data to be assembled
covering the various types of maps produced or being produced by
federal, state or other agencies, their uses and estimated cost of
production, the mapping facilities of all departments engaged in the
preparation of maps and any duplication of mapping by state
departments. All state agencies making and using maps shall cooperate
in furnishing the necessary information covering all mapping
procedure. These assembled data may be used by the department for all
state mapping or map-making.


8017.  The department shall collect information relative to maps and
surveys of the State of California or parts thereof and provide a
public information service for public and private persons and
agencies relative to maps and surveys of the State. Such information
service shall be maintained at Sacramento and may be maintained at
Los Angeles and San Francisco.



8018.  The Department of Water Resources may reproduce copies of
maps and survey data of the state which are not otherwise available
to the general public. Such copies may be sold and distributed at a
price determined by the Department of Water Resources, with the
approval of the Department of Finance.



8019.  The department shall prepare and distribute to public
officials, uniform specifications and regulations for aerial
photographic mapping procedure and for the preparation of planimetric
or topographic maps by photogrammetric methods.




8020.  On the requests of the state departments the Department of
Water Resources shall prepare specifications for the making of maps
of the various types suited to the uses required by the departments
or the public.


8022.  No part of any money appropriated or otherwise made available
to carry out the provisions of this article shall be expended for
the original production of maps unless and until an equal or greater
amount of money shall have been made available (by a political
subdivision, public district, municipality, county or public agency,
including agencies of local and Federal Government but excluding
agencies which are a part of the Executive Department of the State
Government) for expenditure by the department for work of map
production to the end that any sums expended from money appropriated
or otherwise made available to carry out the provisions of this
article shall be matched by like or greater amounts from sources
other than the State Treasury or funds of any agency which is a part
of the Executive Department of the State Government; provided, that
when the United States or any agency thereof matches funds it shall
not be required that funds to be provided from federal sources shall
be paid into the State Treasury. However, any work of production of
maps which conforms to the general program and prescribed standards
thereof, hereafter performed by political subdivisions of the State,
may, with the approval of the department be considered as a
contribution of moneys to the amount of the cost thereof.



8023.  All money received for matching purposes shall be deposited
in the Water Resources Revolving Fund and shall be expendable for
paying expenses incurred pursuant to an agreement hereunder.



8024.  All money received from the sale of maps or reports and data
related thereto shall be deposited in the General Fund.



8025.  The Department of Water Resources shall keep a record of all
expenditures chargeable against each portion of the Water Resources
Revolving Fund derived from matching moneys and any unused balance in
any such portion of the fund shall on approval by the Department of
Finance be withdrawn therefrom and paid out or refunded as provided
in the agreement relating to such matching moneys.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 8001-8025

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 8001-8025



8001.  As used in this article, "department" means the Department of
Water Resources.



8002.  The state base map shall consist of complementary
planimetric, mosaic, and topographic maps prepared in units of
convenient size and scale.


8003.  The state base maps shall have delineated thereon plane
rectangular coordinates which shall conform to the provisions of
Division 8 (commencing at Section 8801) of this code.



8011.  The department shall investigate mapping; shall prepare a
complete report thereon including plans and recommendations for an
adequate mapping program for California; and shall adopt a general
plan and program for the accomplishment of the policy declared in
this article. The general plan and program so adopted, and as from
time to time modified, amended or revised by the department, shall be
the authorized general plan and program to be carried out by the
state departments. The department may from time to time make such
further investigations and reports upon mapping as deemed proper by
it in pursuance of the policy declared in this article.




8012.  The technical methods used in preparation of the state base
map, the terms of the contract, the specifications, and acceptance of
the base maps or units thereof shall be the responsibility of the
department.


8013.  The department may enter into cooperative agreements with any
department of the State qualified in the making and using of surveys
and maps for the performance of such duties, reasonably connected
with the functions of the department, as may aid in the
accomplishment of the objectives prescribed in this article.




8014.  The department may enter into contracts with public and
private agencies for mapping and surveys not now the direct
responsibility of existing state agencies with the approval of the
Director of General Services.



8014.5.  With the approval of the Director of General Services the
department may enter into cooperative agreements with the federal
government or any agency or agencies thereof for performance of map
production work in accordance with the general plan and program
adopted hereunder.



8015.  The department is authorized to accept grants from the
Federal Government or any of its agencies, or from any county, city
and county, or city or other political agencies, and may accept gifts
for the purpose of implementing mapping and surveys of this State
when the same meet the specifications adopted by the department.




8016.  To enable the coordination of the programs of the several
map-making agencies, the department shall cause data to be assembled
covering the various types of maps produced or being produced by
federal, state or other agencies, their uses and estimated cost of
production, the mapping facilities of all departments engaged in the
preparation of maps and any duplication of mapping by state
departments. All state agencies making and using maps shall cooperate
in furnishing the necessary information covering all mapping
procedure. These assembled data may be used by the department for all
state mapping or map-making.


8017.  The department shall collect information relative to maps and
surveys of the State of California or parts thereof and provide a
public information service for public and private persons and
agencies relative to maps and surveys of the State. Such information
service shall be maintained at Sacramento and may be maintained at
Los Angeles and San Francisco.



8018.  The Department of Water Resources may reproduce copies of
maps and survey data of the state which are not otherwise available
to the general public. Such copies may be sold and distributed at a
price determined by the Department of Water Resources, with the
approval of the Department of Finance.



8019.  The department shall prepare and distribute to public
officials, uniform specifications and regulations for aerial
photographic mapping procedure and for the preparation of planimetric
or topographic maps by photogrammetric methods.




8020.  On the requests of the state departments the Department of
Water Resources shall prepare specifications for the making of maps
of the various types suited to the uses required by the departments
or the public.


8022.  No part of any money appropriated or otherwise made available
to carry out the provisions of this article shall be expended for
the original production of maps unless and until an equal or greater
amount of money shall have been made available (by a political
subdivision, public district, municipality, county or public agency,
including agencies of local and Federal Government but excluding
agencies which are a part of the Executive Department of the State
Government) for expenditure by the department for work of map
production to the end that any sums expended from money appropriated
or otherwise made available to carry out the provisions of this
article shall be matched by like or greater amounts from sources
other than the State Treasury or funds of any agency which is a part
of the Executive Department of the State Government; provided, that
when the United States or any agency thereof matches funds it shall
not be required that funds to be provided from federal sources shall
be paid into the State Treasury. However, any work of production of
maps which conforms to the general program and prescribed standards
thereof, hereafter performed by political subdivisions of the State,
may, with the approval of the department be considered as a
contribution of moneys to the amount of the cost thereof.



8023.  All money received for matching purposes shall be deposited
in the Water Resources Revolving Fund and shall be expendable for
paying expenses incurred pursuant to an agreement hereunder.



8024.  All money received from the sale of maps or reports and data
related thereto shall be deposited in the General Fund.



8025.  The Department of Water Resources shall keep a record of all
expenditures chargeable against each portion of the Water Resources
Revolving Fund derived from matching moneys and any unused balance in
any such portion of the fund shall on approval by the Department of
Finance be withdrawn therefrom and paid out or refunded as provided
in the agreement relating to such matching moneys.

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