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TIIE A1IIZONA RErOnLICAH: TnUHSDAV MORNING, MAY 2S, 1903. THE UilZO.W REPliBLICM. PUBLISHED BT THE) ARIZONA PUBLISHING CO. GEO. W. VICKERS. Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Exclusive Morning Associated Fresk DISpAtChCS. Th only Perfecting Press In Arlsona. Ths only battery of Linotypes In Art conn. Publication office; S6-3S East Adams lircvu iriruuvnv 11. Arizona, aa mail matter ot tha acond ciata. SUBSCftltTION' 11ATE9 Bf mall, daily, one year Weekly, one year Caah In advance, mi rv roo BY CARRIER. Dally, per month 75 cts, Arleona visitors to the Coast will And The Daily Republican on sale at the following- places In Los Angelas: lioUen beck hotel news stand, and B. P. Qard ner. 906 South Sprln street. PHOENIX. ARIZONA. MAY 28. 1903. Th Van Fossen Decision. It appears that many ranch owners, since reading in Tuesday's Republican the text of Judge Kenfs decision in the Van Fossen case, have hastily con cluded that the decision in effect de stroys the value of all water rights in the irrigating canals of this valley. That conclusion Is very general. Judg ing from the large number of inquiries which have come to this office. There is, however, no reason for any such interpretation of the decision. It is true that Judge Kent decided that Van Fossen, a non-owner of a water right, was entitled to demand water from the Salt River Valley canal for the irrigation of his ranch, but the Van Fossen ranch and a small number of other ranches similarly Bituated stand In a peculiar relation to the canal, and we find nothing in the opinion whereon to found the conclusion that the courts hold, or will hold, that water rights ar of no Importance or value. It is clear, on the contrary, that Judge Kenfs de rislon is closely limited in its applica tion to the comparatively few ranches which are on all-fours with the Van Fossen case. And the decision by no means places Van Fossen on an equal footing with the owners of water rights. It is de clared that he must not be deprived of water, but it is absurd to suppose that the court would require the water to be delivered to him at the same rat as to the owners of water rights. The facts can be stated In a few words. There are, under the old canals near Phoenix, some two or three dozen ranches to which no water rights are attached. The ownership of these ranches has changed from time to time, but the various owners failed, for one reason or another, to buy water rights. The governing reason, perhaps, was a belief that it was cheaper to rent, from year to year, the use of a water right than it was to buy one outright at an expense ranging from $1,500 to $3,000. The existence of a number of "floating" or unattached water rights, "owned by other ranchers, brokers and bankers, made it possible for non-owners to rent such rights on terms agreed upon be tween the parties to each transaction. Having paid for the use of a water right for a season, the rancher would go to the canal company and pay the regular rate for water. Thus, counting the cost of water right rentals, these ranchers some sea sons paid nearly double the rate that was paid by owners of 'water rights, but everybody was satisfied, so long as the scarcity of water was not acute, and flourishing and valuable ranches were developed under these conditions. To deprive a single one of these ranches of any opportunity to obtain water at this late day would be wrongful against the individual, and against public policy. And a few of these ranches, including the Van Fossen ranch, are in a much stronger position than above stated. They had at one time valid appropria tions of water, taken out from the river through a canal known as the Griffin ditch. The construction of the Salt River Valley canal made It more prac ticable to supply the lands through the new canal, but it has always been con tended, and the court holds, that the Van Fossen ranch has never relin quished its original appropriation. . Finally, within the last year or so, the canal company Interpreted court decisions to mean that it could not longer furnish water to ranchers who merely rented the use of water rights, and the company Insisted that these ranchers must buy rights or go without water. About the time this issue was raised by the canal company, the ranchers decided that they would not only re fuse to buy water rights but that they did not care longer to rent them, and they tendered to the can al company the usual rates paid by 'owners of water rights. Both parties sought relief in the courts. The Van Fossen case, except as to its stronger position by reason of having an original appropriation from the old Griffin ditch, was typical of all, and was made a test case. After hearing the evidence. Judge Kent held: "The evidence sufficiently establishes the contention of the plaintiff, that the defendant canal company has been supplying water for irrigation to per sons who are not stockholders or water right owners in the canal. The former means of delivery of the water having been discontinued through no fault of the plaintiff, and theri being no other existing means of carrying the water fVom the river to the lands of the plain tiff except through the canal of the defendant company, the Interests of the community and th economical dis tribution and use of (he water in the river require the carrying of plaintiff's water through the canal of the defend ant company and Its delivery by such company to the land of the plaintiff, under such reasonable rules and regu lations an it may prov.de. ."The plaintiff having no contractual relations with the defendant should pay to the defendant for the carrying of his water such sum as thu defendant shall require: provided", such charge is not In excess of what Is proper and reasonable for the service rendered." This decision means no more than It says, and the opinion bears evidence of the fact that the learned judge weighed .ls words. As has teen pointed out, the ranchers in question were pecu liarly situated. After receiving water for years; after having acquired sub stantial and valuable rights through custom and user, and after having contributed largely to the upbuilding of the community, the non-owners of water rights found themselves threat ened with absolute ruin. They ap pealed to the court for protection against the destruction which would be wrought by withdrawal of the privi leges theretofore extended. Taking into consideration the fact that the rental custom had been in vogue for years, a court of equity could not bring itself to assent to a policy which meant practically a useless destruction of property and the unnecessary ruin of good citizens. It would have been merely an evasion to say that at least some of the ranchers, by bidding tiUh enough, could have bcught water rights in the market. It was decreed, accord ingly, that these ranches must con tinue to have water under such "rea sonable .rules and regulations" as the canal company may prescribe. And this, clearly, is an important res ervation. It sharply marks the distinc tion between the rancher who owns n water right and the rancher who does not. Van Fossen, for instance, must not be deprived of water, for to depriv him would be unjust to him and against public policy. But having made no investment in a water right, he will have to pay more for his water. How much more, remains to b decided here after, of course. Judjre Kent specifical ly says that the "plaintiff having ho contractual relations 1. e., owning no water right with the defendant should pay to the defendant for the carriage of his water such sum as the defendant shall require; provided such charge is not in excess of what is proper and reasonable for the Hervice rendered." Of course, should the canal company, in dealing with this class of ranchers, place its rates so hlj;h as to be extor tionate, the equity court would aain intervene. Hut It is obvious that It would not be fair to the owners of water rights to say to them, "You are placed on an equal footing with the non-owners. It is true that by purchasing water rights years ago, and bearing your burden in th maintenance of the canal you were a public benefactor and you thought your investment was protected by law: but the ranch owners who stood out and refused to join you in your respon sibilities are now to have a premium set on their refusal, and are to be re warded for evading the responsibilities which you have can led." No court of equity would assume such an atti tude. In fact, the very meaning of the term water right Is "limitation." When a rancher buys a water right in a canal he buys, in substance, an assurance that the customers of the canal will be limited to a certain number, and that he is to receive his pro rata share of the water. Were the courts to de clare that no such limitation could be set, and that a canal company, operat ed under a short-sighted management, could go ahead supplying water to all applicants and thereby creating equi ties against itself Increasing at will the number of partners In the firm, and subdividing over and over again the volume of water available such a doc trine would be destructive of all the protective features which now surround the irrigation industry. Such a doc trine would require, simply, that ranch owners, holding water rights which might represent the savings of a life time, would need only to be complais ant and negligent of their rights in or der for valid appropriations and equi ties to be created in such numbers as would in time ruin all concerned. From the lay standpoint of common sense, Judge Kent's decision is good law and good equity. No disinterested citizen expected that he would decree the ruin of any ranch owner- Techni cally, perhaps, the value of water rights under the Salt River Valley canal is diminished to the extent that two or three dozen ranches are permit ted, without having water rights, to come in and share in the existing sup ply of water. But r.o get a supply the owners of these ranches will have to pay a higher rate, just as they always have in the past. ' Practically, the de cision In no sense attacks or lessens the validity, importance or value of any existing water right. And this fact cannot be too strongly emphasized. Consumption can Not all cases, but Cherry Pectoral is the medicine. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA $ Gold Bonds can be bought on the instal ment plan, becoming your property in ten, fifteen or twenty years, or in case of your death becoming the property of your wife or other beneficiary. 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The well-known house of Geo. J. Birkel Co., Is Angeles. Cal.. is represented in the territory by MR. PAUL MORGAN who is an expert piano tuner. Mr. Morgan's services as a tuner are at the disiosal of Arizona people. He will also sell or ex change any of the HIGH-GRADE PIANOS II Steinway, Kranich & P.ach, Mason & Hamlin, Kmerson, Sterling, Huntington and Rich mond, for which the Birkel Co. are agents. Letters addressed to Mr. Mor gan, general delivery, Phoenix, Ariz., will reach him. GEO. J. BIRKEL CO. i 345-347 S. Serinq Sbeet Los Angeles, Caf. J Two Opinions. As between Qrover Cleveland's judg ment that the influence and power of the newspapers have diminished in re cent years, and that of Justice Brewer that the press is doing a mighty work in developing and uplifting public opin ion in a court of increasing wisdom and power, we are disposed to give preference to Justice Brewer's conclu sion as the more intelligent and cor rect of the two. And we have an idea that our preference will be indorsed by the great majority of those who read the newspapers and obtain from them the vast amount of information touch ing current thought and events the world over. As Justice Brewer perti nently exclaims, without the ' presx. even with the telegraph and the post office, what strangers we would be to each other! Boston Herald. THE MAN AND THE SIGN. Once upon a time a man who sought rest went to a shady nooic'where there wan a newly colored bench bearing a warning sign that lead "Paint!" He looked at the warning,, and, touchlng.the bench with his fingers on a dry spot, seated himself and enjoyed a rest for many minutes. When he arose und continued his way he exhibited three streaks of green paint across the back of his best coat. Moral Some persons do not believe in flgns. New York Herald. certainly b cured. very many. . Ayer's 8 J.CAyr Co.. B Lowell, Haas. I ;'f ' LARGEST BASK IN SOI Till R CAllfORMA. 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