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The Rogue River Decree
In 1909 the Oregon state legislature enacted a statute codifying a system of water rights; this document, finalized in 1919, decrees those rights for individual users of surface water in Jackson County.
   

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR
JACKSON COUNTY.
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IN THE MATTER OF THE DETERMINATION OF THE RELATIVE RIGHTS OF THE VARIOUS CLAIMANTS TO THE WATERS OF ROGUE RIVER AND ITS TRIBUTARIES, ABOVE THE MOUTH OF THE ILLINOIS RIVER, IN JACKSON, JOSEPHINE AND CURRY COUNTIES.
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FINAL DECREE

    Now, at this time the above entitled matter coming on for hearing upon the Findings of Fact and Order of Determination of the State Water Board herein, including supplemental findings of the said Board on file herein, and the exceptions to said original findings and supplemental findings, and the Court having heretofore made findings of fact and conclusions of law herein in certain particulars, modifying the said Findings of the said Board, and in other respects confirming the same, and the Court having filed its said Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law in the above entitled proceeding, and being fully advised in the premises.
    NOW THEREFORE, Based upon the testimony and evidence and records in the above entitled proceeding and Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law so made by the Court herein, it is now hereby CONSIDERED, ORDERED and DECREED, as follows, to wit:
1.
    That Rogue River is a natural water course, and so far as said stream is involved herein, is a non-navigable water course, flowing through Jackson, Josephine and Curry Counties, Oregon; that this decree includes Rogue River and its tributaries named in the tabulated statement of rights hereinafter set forth and does not include or affect, adjudicate or determine, any rights or claims to the waters of the Illinois River, or any of its tributary streams, which last-mentioned waters and the relative rights of the several claimants thereto are hereby expressly excluded from consideration, determination or adjudication in these proceedings or by this decree, without prejudice to or effect upon prior or subsequent adjudications or determinations of the relative rights to the said Illinois River or any tributary thereof.
    That each and every [one] of the streams named in said tabulated statement herein is a natural, non-navigable water course, and directly or indirectly tributary to said Rogue River. 
2.
    That Little Butte Creek is a natural non-navigable water course, situate in Jackson County, Oregon, and tributary to Rogue River within said county; that the relative rights of the various claimants to the waters of said stream are involved in, and to be determined by, separate adjudication and determination proceedings now pending in this court; and are expressly excluded from consideration, adjudication or determination in this decree, insofar as said relative rights of said claimants to said waters are concerned; and the said relative rights of said claimants shall be adjudicated and determined in said adjudication proceedings to which they were originally parties, as between themselves, by a decree to be entered therein; that in respect to the rights of each and every claimant whose rights are adjudicated in this decree to the waters of Rogue River or its tributaries, insofar as such rights are relative to, or affect the said waters of Little Butte Creek and its tributaries, and the several claims or rights thereto, this decree is intended to and shall be a final adjudication and determination, with respect to each and every of the rights herein and hereby adjudicated, as to priority and extent of such right hereby determined.
3.
    That irrigation is necessary and essential for the profitable production of crops upon the lands described in the statement of rights herein; that the lands irrigated from the streams herein named in said statement, and therein described, are situated within the county indicated in each case, and within water Division No. 1 of the State of Oregon, and the various diversions for said lands are made within said water division and state.
4.
    That the following named persons, firms, associations, and corporations, although duly and regularly notified as required by law of the commencement of these proceedings and although afforded opportunity to present their respective claims, and to be heard herein, have failed and neglected to appear in these proceedings, or to submit or offer any proof herein of any right, title, interest, or claim thereto, in or to the use of, or the waters, or flow of the waters of said Rogue River or any tributary thereof involved in these proceedings; that the said persons, firms and corporations hereinafter named being in default herein, as more fully appears from the findings of fact of the State Water Board herein, are hereby declared to be in default, and are not entitled to any right, title, or interest in or to the waters involved in these proceedings, nor any part thereof, nor to any riparian rights, rights by appropriation or prescription or otherwise in respect to the diversion or use of said waters or any [part] thereof, or to appear herein and subsequently hereto assert any right, claim to, or interest in, said waters, or any of them, acquired, initiated or owned by them at or prior to the time of the commencement of these proceedings; and each of said persons, firms and corporations shall be, and hereby is, forever barred and stopped from hereafter asserting any rights heretofore acquired upon said Rogue River or any of its tributaries embraced within these proceedings, and shall be held, and hereby is declared to have forfeited all rights to use of the waters herein involved, if any he had prior hereto, theretofore claimed by him; the persons, firms and corporations so being in default herein being as follows, to wit:
    W. C. Armstrong, O. A. Adams, Wm. Axtell, Marie V. Arnold, J. W. Adams, Ashland Com. Orchard Co., W. M. Abbott, V. A. Abbott, Emma C. Ament, E. M. Austin, Martin Angel, Melvin Andrew, Bert Anderson, William A. Aitken, W. B. Ayer, Susie L. Allen, A. H. J. August, Al. Alford, S. S. Abbott, C. W. Ament, Geo. Acree, S. K. Adams, Stephen Abell, E. W. Adams, L. D. Auger, American Gold Fields Co.
    J. R. Benefiel, George Baldwin, R. H. Bacon, Robert Bagley, Alice Bacon, Ralph Bacon, R. J. Barter, J. R. Bailey, W. H. Bostwick, S. L. Benson, Jas. Bailey, Elihu Baumgardner, Wm. J. Beardsley, Bank of Ashland, I. Best, A. Bartlett, V. E. Beno, R. S. Barker, Charles Berglund, S. R. Baldwin, C. C. Beekman, S. K. Bannister, A. L. Bates, S. L. Burrow, Alice Buckholz, L. M. Bull, Mrs. L. Bull, W. F. Byrne, F. E. Bybee, W. E. Buchanan, Sarah M. Butts, Estelle E. Bosler, Mrs. Julia Bush, W. R. Byrum, John Brockley, D. H. Brown, Big 4 Mining Co., J. O. Booth, O. S. Blanchard, H. C. Booziene, H. C. Bratton, H. H. Basler, C. P. Briggs, J. Bishop, M. D. Bousman, E. E. Blanchard, W. H. Brevoort, Jr., Wm. Breitmayer, R. A. Booth, C. E. Brace, Booth-Kelly Lumber Co., Benton Bowers, John Blaess, H. E. Booth.
    W. W. Canby, J. M. Casebeer, H. L. Cahill, Capital Gold Mining Co., Campbell and Capewell, J. F. Campbell, J. L. Calvert, E. A. Cheetham, E. L. Churchill, Malinda T. Cameron, E. V. Carter, John Cameron Estate, J. W. Carpenter, City of Central Point, John Cobleigh, Wm. Cable, J. Frank Carson, B. F. Chapman, G. H. Chapman, Albert Chamberlain, Ella R. Cheney, L. B. Caster, W. N. Campbell, George Carter, C. F. Cardwell, T. W. Conway, W. R. Coleman, Arthur Conklin, W. S. Contant, Rogue River Mining & Developing Company, Dennis Connor, E. M. Cockerline, Chas. H. Combs, Leah M. Collins, Amos Cobleigh, B. M. Clute, C. L. Clevenger, Charles Crow, Frank Cleveland, W. S. Crowell, R. P. Cornelius, Mary E. Curtis, G. M. Cougle, M. M. Crow, H. G. Crow, G. Ed. Cowden, A. D. Coon, Fred N. Cummings, E. L. Couchman, T. B. Cornell, J. H. Croxton.
    J. L. Demmer, J. H. Daly, Geo. L. Davis, Benj. Dimmick, Chas. Dickinson, Trustee; H. Dean, Lillian H. Denison, F. G. Day Estate; R. S. DeArmond, E. C. DeArmond, W. V. DeArmond, Lillie R. Davis, M. C. R. Day, H. W. Dikeman, R. H. Davis, J. S. Dobyns, H. J. Dudley, W. I. Dowell, Geo. H. Durham, Denis Dugan, David L. Dodge, J. B. Donnelly, L. H. Dodge, Erwin Dowdy, J. G. Dotson, Robert Dunlop, J. F. Duggan, John Down, Julian Dora, Adm. of Allison Every Estate; R. B. Dow, M. Dunn, A. E. Druse.
    R. J. Edwards, W. W. Erb Estate, by Laura Erb; Walter Everton, C. H. Eisman, E. L. Ellis, L. G. English, Louie English, H. P. Egger, D. W. Edwards, Laura Erb, C. E. Emerson, F. R. Everett, Wm. Erickson, T. J. Everton.
    Edith Fish, A. H. Fisher, J. M. Farmer, Harry T. Findlay, Bessie Fauntleroy, S. J. Fredenburg, G. B. Fossati, E. E. Foss, C. E. Foss, A. C. Ford, D. Finnamore, C. Farnham, J. A. Fleming, Eli Frey, Mrs. T. F. Fleischman, M. C. Friendley, J. T. Flynn.
    L. M. Gilmore, Ida B. Gabriel, O. Ganiard, H. E. Gackley, C. G. Gillette, Mrs. M. A. Gilfillan, Thomas Galvin, M. C. Garver, L. E. Gilbert, Jacob Geiwitz, Geo. Gebers, C. F. Garber, City of Grants Pass, J. B. Goldbock, John Grieve, Earl C. Gray, Robert Goff, J. W. Goff Estate; Thomas Gordon, J. C. Godlove, Henery Grass, Grants Pass Timber Co., Mrs. Susan Green, J. L. Grubb, W. T. Greene, Gold Hill Light & Power Co., Wm. J. Gregory, W. L. Gibson, Joseph Griffith, Laura T. Gunnell, Thos. Gunnell, City of Gold Hill, D. B. Grant.
    Geo. A. Hamilton, J. S. Harvey, L. A. Heberlie, Chas. Hamilton, J. C. Hannah, Ella W. Haviland, S. J. Haviland, G. W. Hastings, Wm. Hair, Geo. Hartman, J. H. Harris, Chas. Harding, Willard Hadlock, S. E. Hemlyn, Elmer Harbick, C. N. Hathaway, J. E. Hair, J. D. Henry, H. S. Hill, T. H. Heimroth, Buel Hildreth, Henry Heath, T. Herriott, Hutchison & Lumsden, Andrew Hearn, Mrs. P. A. Hines, F. W. Herrin, D. C. Hefley, A. C. Howland, Samuel Howlett, Robt. Holzgang, W. A. Hood, J. R. Hoffman, E. W. Hoag, H. W. Huntzinger, J. A. Houston, W. T. Houston, Mrs. S. Hunsaker, C. J. Hutchison, Henry Huck, Bertha O. Huck, D. H. Horn, Chas. Hofer, P. H. Holdsworth.
    M. Ingledue, Iowa Lumber & Box Co., D. P. Iddings.
    R. A. Jordan, Geo. A. Jeffery, Francis L. Johnson, L. L. Jewell, Geo. W. Jones, Edward Judy, R. D. Johnson, W. B. Jackson, Wm. V. Johnson, Nicholas Jones, C. M. Johnson, C. G. Jenks, Clara E. Jenks.
    T. D. Kelly, F. L. Keep, C. W. Kahler, E. Keinlin, J. Katen, John F. Kelly, Walter J. Koch, C. W. Klum.
    Elizabeth Lawrentz, J. W. Leith, John Lawless, Mrs. Emma Land, A. Larson, T. E. Lacey, Clementine F. Lewis, Lillie Lewis, Geo. A. Landis, W. H. Laws, W. W. Lawton, J. W. Leith, Wm. Lichtenberger, M. Luckett, Ellen Lomas, Florence E. Lind, Jas. Lowe, Daniel Linn, A. Locke, Abbie Lyser, H. A. Lumsden, Geo. R. Lindley, J. A. Lowden, M. C. Lininger.
    J. Syd. McNair, J. W. McMahan, M. T. McCarty, J. T. McCann, W. E. McBride, D. T. McKercher, George McAndrew, Geo. W. McCollum, A. W. McCallister, D. A. McCartney, H. T. McCollum, Morgan T. McCartney, D. C. McIntyre, J. A. Mason, D. P. Magerle, Ida Magerle, T. J. Malmgren, Wm. Mayfield, Emma B. Macy, T. D. Mahan, John Margreiter, W. A. Massie, A. B. Marquam, Richard Martin, Jr., T. H. Mansfield, Chas. Macy, Mason & Maxwell, by W. S. Maxwell; John H. May, D. McFarland, W. E. McBride, W. T. McCallister, Perry McGee, R. A. McCallister, Grant Mathews, John M. McCallister, S. N. McClung, A. J. Milton, S. C. Minnick, Uriah Miller, D. W. Mitchell, Victoria Mitchell, Mrs. Maude Mickey, J. J. Merrill, F. Merrill, T. E. Miles, John Miller, W. P. Mealey, H. B. Miller, J. H. Miller, Merlin Townsite & Development Co. (Charles T. Short, Pres.), Nellie Miller, Mrs. Amelia Messner, M. H. Miller, Fred Mensch, Moxley Investment Co., A. Moore, Samuel Murphy, E. A. Musty, F. X. Musty, J. L. Myers, F. B. Murray, G. W. Matney, Agnes Montgomery, James Morton, John Moore, C. B. Moore, J. K. Moore, A. A. Morrison, H. M. Mount, Shelton Moore, E. E. Morrison, Amos Myers, J. C. Morgan.
    W. Nickerson, Barney Nolf, C. K. Norcott, Jose X. Nelson, Harry A. Nelson, C. H. Nygaard, N. P. Ry. Co., S. Norton, Jas. R. Neil, F. R. Neil, R. L. Newman, W. A. Newell, S. M. Nealon, N. B. Nye, Belle Nickell.
    E. R. Oatman, John Orth, John Olwell, John Oden, Oaklake Orchard & A. H. Gunnell, Opp Consolidated Mining Co. (John W. Opp), L. L. Oden, Geo. P. Owings, J. W. Osborn, A. Osborn.
    W. H. Parkey, Mary A. Pryce, Mrs. E. T. Perry, E. S. Palmer, E. C. Pease, Robert H. Paxson, A. W. Peil, Emil Peil, W. W. Penny, Jno. B. Paddock, O. H. Perry, J. Peters, Frank B. Payne, Lottie L. Pelton, Geo. H. Pease, Geo. W. Payne, Frank Peasley, Chas. Parks, J. A. Paxson, W. W. & F. A. Pierce, C. H. Pierce, Clarence Pierce, A. L. Pugsley, H. F. Pohland.
    H. L. Reed, W. N. Ramsey, L. L. Rathbun, Mrs. S. M. Ring, S. E. Robinson, J. B. Robinson, J W. Reynolds, Emil Reitshauser, D. S. Rigel, A. S. Reitz, G. R. Riddle, Chas. Richton, J. C. Randle, H. L. Reed, Maggie Ranzan, M. Reynolds, Frank H. Ray, C. R. Ray, Chas. R. Riddle & Son, J. R. Rannells, F. E. Raymond, Milton Reynolds, Allen Roberts, Fred L. Roper, D. C. Robertson, W. L. Robertson, F. N. Robertson, J. W. Roberts, R. W. Rogers, O. Roberts, Robert Roberson, Roberts & Son, by John E. Roberts; D. G. Robertson, T. B. Roberts, Alice Rogers, Rogue River Timber Co., P. J. Ryan, Rogue River Nursery Co. (By Chas. S. Hanson), E. A. Ruth, G. Rouch, Grove V. Ruefly, Ruely Ruefly.
    Perry Stancliff, R. F. Sowers, Trustee; A. W. Sanders, Silas Sage, Nellie Shattuck, Chas. Sanders, Hugh Sanders, Joseph Schoonover, T. Schenker, Schmidt Bros. & Walter Pracht, Harry Silver, C. Seargent, Rose A. Smith, W. J. Smith, Nellie Smith, Elmer S. Shank, Frank Silva, Harry Shafer, Vernon Smith, J. L. Scovill, W. B. Sherman, Lizzie Schneider, J. B. Slemmons, F. S. Smith, William Smith, Mrs. W. Scott, Amos Smith, Claus Schmidt, Henry Schubert, L. L. & J. E. Sharpe, W. H. Shepherd, W. M. Short, E. Schumacher, Alice Spaulding, John Stanbough, W. D. Stewart, Spaulding Logging Co., E. C. Steiger, B. E. Spencer, C. M. Spring, W. D. Steadman, Mrs. H. Stancliffe, S. S. Stevens, Frank M. Snooks, W. F. Stancliff, John Summers, F. D. Strickler, N. B. Stoddard, Wm. Sorenson, G. E. Strong, W. J. Sturges, Noah Simpkins, Estate of Rebecca B. Simpkins, Adm.; S. B. Stringer, Amanda Snowgoose, L. E. Sturgis.
    C. W. Triplett, Chas. Thompson, Frank Thompson, O. B. Turner, John Tungate, M. B. Towne, R. E. Talbot, Trail Creek Lumber Co., R. R. Turner, Mary Tyler, Cora S. Turner, Laura Taylor, James Tuny, G. W. Thomas, S. J. Taylor.
    N. C. Vaughn, W. G. Vanderbilt, Isaac Van Dorn, Edgar Van Dorn, Benton Vincent.
    J. J. Wilson, W. W. Walker, J. T. Westen, Ed E. Warner, John Watkins, A. L. Warren, L. Waterman, Jacob Wagner, Geo. Walters, G. D. Walter, James Watson, J. W. Wakefield, Nelson Warner, N. H. Warner, Z. P. Webster, C. I. Weston, John W. Welch, Orrin Wakefield, West & Co. (By N. Merritt), J. G. Wertz, W. A. Wertz, Henry Walter, G. D. Walters, S. J. Williams, John S. Herrin, Will Wright, W. F. Wright, John Wright, Rhea Wood, C. E. Wilder, Callie R. Williams, David C. Wilson, Mrs. Amanda Wilson, Job. Wilder, Geo. N. Wylie, Aron Wyland, H. L. Wilson, Josephine Wilson, H. Wood, Isaac Wright, Orville Works, D. M. Woodson, J. F. Wolfersberger, F. F. Williams, Emma G. Wheeler, R. B. Wilson, Wm. Whittaker, F. E. Wolfe, Ed. Wilder, H. L. Wilson, H. B. Wyman, Jr.
    Hattie C. Young.
5.
    That the persons, firms and corporations named in the tabulated statement of rights hereinafter set forth as entitled to rights of appropriation of the waters herein involved, owing or being in possession of lands bordering on said Rogue River or any tributary stream herein embraced have at all times used, and claimed the right to divert and use, said waters by virtue of appropriation thereof, and have waived any riparian rights they or their predecessors in interest may have had or claimed to the use of said waters which may have heretofore attached to or been appurtenant to their said lands.
6.
    That in accordance with the findings of fact and order of determination of the state Water Board herein, both original and supplemental, as modified by this court, it is hereby determined, adjudicated, ordered, and decreed that the following claimants and appropriators named in the following statement of their respective and relative rights have appropriated, and are entitled to the use of, the waters of the stream herein embraced under which their names appear, as of the priority date and to the extent set forth in said statement and that each of said claimants is entitled to, and shall have issued to him, water right certificate or certificates, according to law, in accordance with said statement, defining, establishing and confirming his title and right to the use of the waters of the particular stream or streams herein embraced to which he is hereby decreed a right, as set forth in said statement. That the name and post office address of each such appropriator of the waters of Rogue River and its tributaries herein embraced, together with the date of relative priority of each such appropriation, the maximum amount of such appropriation in cubic feet per second of time, in continuous flow, throughout the irrigation season herein fixed, the number of acres to which each irrigation right hereby confirmed is appurtenant, the use or uses for which such appropriation was appropriated and is now applied and to which such use is limited, the name of the ditch or ditches through which such appropriation is diverted, and a description of the lands to which such water right is appurtenant, set forth under the particular stream from which such appropriation is diverted, are as follows, to wit:
ROGUE RIVER.
    E. E. ASH, Successor in interest to F. Y. ALLEN--See Paragraph 7.
    F. H. BELLOWS, ESTATE OF--See Paragraph 7.
    MRS. E. BERGMAN--See Paragraph 7.
    J. B. BOROUGH--See Paragraph 7.
    BENJ. H. CHARLES--See Paragraph 9.
    CHICAGO-ROGUE RIVER COMPANY--See Paragraph 9.
    MARCIA P. COON--See Paragraph 9.
    J. S. and ELIZA TUCKER, Trail, Ore. (by Jesse E. Enyart, Medford, Ore.); (Proof 10, Vol. 1); Priority 1880; 1.90 second-feet; for Irrigation of 95 acres, and Stock; Enyart or Whelpley ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SW¼NW¼; 8 acres in SE¼NW¼; 15 acres in NE¼SW¼; 38 acres in NW¼SW¼; 1 acre in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 33; 12 acres in NE¼SE¼; 17 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 33 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    N. HAZEL ENYART, Trail, Ore. (Proof 11, Vol. 1); Priority 1880; 0.30 second-feet; for Irrigation of 15 acres, and Stock; Whelpley or Enyart ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in SE¼NW¼; 8 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 32, Tp. 33 S., R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    CHAS. ERLWEIN, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 12, Vol. 1); Priority 19038; 0.13 second-feet; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Erlwein pump; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 21, Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MARTIN ERLWEIN, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 13, Vol. 1); Priority 1906; 0.12 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; M. Erlwein pump; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 21, Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. E. & J. M. FOSTER, Eagle Point, Ore. (Proof 14, Vol. 1); Priority 1907; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; water wheel pump; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SE¼NE¼; 5 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 5, Tp. 35 S. R. 1 W. W.M.,
Jackson County, Oregon.
    HENRY FRENCH, Eagle Point, Ore. (Proof 15, Vol. 1); Priority 1898; 0.63 second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres; Nichols & Co. ditch, 1/18 int.; Description of place of use: 25 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 35 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    A. GABRIEL--See Paragraph 7.
    GEO. GIVAN--See Paragraph 7.
    GOLDEN DRIFT MINING COMPANY--See Paragraph 7.
    MARGARET GORDON--See Paragraph 7.
    T. B. & W. A. HIGINBOTHAM, Prospect, Ore. (Proof 20, Vol. 1.); Priority 1893; 1.43 second-feet; for Irrigation of 63 acres, and Domestic use; Gordon & Sons ditch, ⅓ int.; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SW¼NW¼; 28 acres in NW¼SW¼; 25 acres in NE¼SW¼; 6 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 19, Tp. 33 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ALICE W. JORDAN, Grants Pass, Ore. (Horace C. Hall, Agt., Grants Pass, Ore.); (Proof 21, Vol. 1); Priority Jan. 1, 1909; 0.80 second-foot; for Irrigation of 40 acres; Jordan pump plant; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SW¼NE¼; 10 acres in SE¼NE¼; 20 acres in NE¼SE¼; 5 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 13, Tp. 36 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    H. C. KINNEY--See Paragraph 7.
    C. A. KNIGHT--See Paragraph 7.
    M. H. PAYNE, Prospect, Ore. (Proof 24, Vol. 1); Priority 1893; 2.02 second-feet; for Irrigation of 101 acres, and Domestic use; Gordon & Sons ditch; Description of place of use: 37 acres in SW¼NE¼; 35 acres in SE¼NE¼; 25 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 24, 4 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 33 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    W. H. McCLURE--See Paragraph 9.
    FRED S. MORRIS, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 26, Vol. 1); Priority 1888; 264 second-feet; for power (300 horsepower); water to be returned to stream below place of use; Description of place of use: NW¼NE¼; Sec. 19, Tp. 36 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    NEILSON & McCLURE (W. L. McClure, Agt.), Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 27, Vol. 1); Priority 1879; 75 second-feet; for power (250 horsepower); Braden ditch; water to be returned to the stream at or immediately below the place of use; Description of place of use: Lot 3, Sec. 11, Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GUS NICHOLS--See Paragraph. 7.
    OLDSON & BERQUIST--See Paragraph 7.
    OREGON WATER & POWER CO., Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 30, Vol. 1); Priority 1899; 220 second-feet; for power (750 horsepower); Power Canal; water to be returned to the stream below the place of use; Description of place of use: Diversion in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 15; place of use in Sec. 15; Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    CALIFORNIA-OREGON POWER COMPANY, a corporation (Successor to PROSPECT CONSTRUCTION COMPANY)--See Paragraph 7.
    JOHN RAWLEY---See Paragraph 9.
    F. A. RIEDEL, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 34, Vol. 1); Priority 1896; 0.13 second-feet; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Riedel pump; Description of place of use: 4 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 21; Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    CALIFORNIA-OREGON POWER COMPANY, a corporation (Successor to Rogue River Electric Company), Medford, Ore.; Priority Aug. 5, 1902; 1560 second-feet from Sept. 1 to June 1 of each year; 1060 second-feet during June, July and Aug. of each year; for Power (2600 horsepower); 10 second-feet additional for operating fish ladders; Gold Ray Canal and Dam; right limited to use of water and return thereof to stream at present point of return, below the power plant; See further Paragraph 11 of this decree; Description of place of use: Gold Ray power plant in S144 Sec. 18; Tp. 36 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ROGUE RIVER WATER COMPANY, Grants Pass, Ore.; Priority 1888; 12½
second-feet; for municipal, Domestic and Irrigation; pumping and pipe system; Description of place of use: Water used to supply the City and inhabitants of Grants Pass, Oregon, within the corporate limits of said city.
    A. W. SILSBY--See Paragraph 9.
    TABLE ROCK DITCH COMPANY--See Paragraph 7.
    R. THOMAS, Grants Pass, Ore., R. D. No. 2 (Proof 39, Vol. 1); Priority 1905; 0.70 second-foot; for Irrigation of 35 acres; Thomas pump; Description of place of use: 15 acres in SW¼SE¼; 5 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 17; 5 acres in NE¼NE¼; 10 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 36 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    P. S. ANDERSON--See Paragraph 7.
BIG BUTTE CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    BUTTE FALLS LUMBER CO., Butte Falls, Ore. (Harry D, Mills, Agt.); (Proof 330, Vol. 6); Priority Apr. 26, 1904; 125 second-feet; for Power (1000 horsepower) Butte Falls Lumber Co. flume; water to be returned immediately below place of use; Description of place of use: Diversion and place of use situated in the SE¼NE¼; Sec. 10, Tp. 35 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    HIRAM DOUBLEDAY--See Paragraph 9.
BOX CREEK,
A Tributary of Big Butte Creek.
    A. L. CROSS (Successor to Albert Coffman Estate), Butte Falls, Ore. (Proof 337, Vol. 6); Priority 1894; 0.60 second-feet; for Irrigation of 30 acres; Coffman ditch; Description of place of use: 30 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 34 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
GINGER CREEK,
A Tributary of Big Butte Creek.
    BUTTE FALLS LUMBER CO., Butte Falls, Ore. (Harry D. Mills, Agt.); Priority Apr. 26, 1904; Power; ditch and reservoir; supplementary to right of claimant to waters of Big Butte Creek as above set forth.
    BUTTE FALLS, TOWN OF, Butte Falls, Ore.--See Paragraph__.
    PACIFIC & EASTERN R.R.--See Paragraph 9.
DUNLAP CREEK,
A Tributary of Big Butte Creek.
    BUTTE FALLS LUMBER CO., Butte Falls, Ore. (Misc. Claims, Vol. 23, pp. 20-22); Priority 1872; 1.26 second-feet; for Irrigation of 76 acres, Domestic and Stock uses; numerous small ditches; Description of place of use: 28 acres in NE¼SW¼; 6 acres in NW¼SW¼; 6 acres in SW¼SW¼; 11 acres in SE¼SW¼; 13 acres in NW¼SE¼; 12 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 10, Tp. 35 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
BOWEN CREEK,
A Tributary of Big Butte Creek.
    GEORGE W. BEALE, Central Point, Ore. (Proof 340, Vol. 6); Priority 1882; 0.40 second-feet; for Irrigation of 16 acres; Beale ditches; Description of place of use: 16 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 35 S. R. 3 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
RANCHERIA CREEK,
A Tributary of Big Butte Creek.
    BIG BEND MILLING CO. (W. I. Vawter, Agt.), Medford, Ore. (Proof 341, Vol. 6); Priority 1885; 2.45 second-feet; for Irrigation of 147 acres, and Domestic use; Beale ditch; Description of place of use: 16 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 10; 4 acres in NE¼NE¼; 35 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 9; 40 acres in NE¼NE¼; 4 acres in NW¼NE¼; 3 acres in SW¼NE¼; 6 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 16; 9 acres in NE¼NW¼; 30 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 15; Tp. 35 S. R. 3 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
CLARK CREEK,
A Tributary of Big Butte Creek.
    WM. ABBOTT, ESTATE OF--See Paragraph 7.
    MALINDA J. HAWK (Successor to S. M. Hawk)--See Paragraph 7.
VINE MAPLE CREEK,
A Tributary of Big Butte Creek.
    J. E. HIGINBOTHAM--See Paragraph 7.
    ALEXIS HUBBARD--See Paragraph 7.
    GUS NICHOLS, Eagle Point, Ore. (Proof 366, Vol. 6); Priority 1896; 0.40 second-feet; for Irrigation of 20 acres and Stock; Vine Maple ditch; see also Paragraph 10; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SE¼NW¼; 10 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 34 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
RICHARD CREEK,
A Tributary of Big Butte Creek.
    JASPER TUNGATE--See Paragraph 7.
FOUR-BIT CREEK,
A Tributary of Big Butte Creek.
    L. N. BEST, Los Angeles, Cal. (Proof 342, Vol. 6); Priority 1905; 0.42 second-feet; for Irrigation of 21 acres; Best ditch; Description of place of use: 18 acres in SW¼NW¼; 3 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 22; Tp. 35 S. R. 3 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GEO. W. BEALE, Butte Falls, Ore. (Proof 343; Vol. 6); Priority 1890; 5.00 second-feet; for power; Beale ditch; Description of place of use: Power plant situate in Sec. 20; Tp. 35 S. R. 3 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
ELK CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    TRADERS TRUST COMPANY (Successor in interest to JAMES DAVIES--See Paragraph 7.
    NORMAN T. McDONALD (Successor to Johnson Bros.), Trail, Ore. (Proof 346, Vol. 6); Priority 1894; 2:13 second-feet; for Irrigation of 85 acres, Domestic and Stock uses; Johnson Bros. ditch; Description of place of use; 12 acres in NE¼SW¼; 6 acres in SW¼SW¼, 8 acres in SE¼SW¼; 12 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 33 S. R. 1 E. W.M.; 11 acres in NE¼NE¼; 3 acres in NW¼NE¼; 9 acres in SW¼NE¼; 14 acres in SE¼NW¼; 10 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 36, Tp. 33 S. R. 1. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. W. MILLER (Successor to D. W. Pence), Trail, Ore.; Priority 1901; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Pence ditch; Description of place of use: 9 acres in NE¼NE¼; 1 acre in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 33 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. D. PEARCE, Trail, Ore. (Proof 348, Vol. 6); Priority July, 1904; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Sturgis & Pearce ditch; Description of place of use; 5 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 32 S. R. 1. E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    D. W. PENCE, Trail, Ore. (Proof 349, Vol. 6); Priority 1901; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; Johnson Bros. ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 19; 2 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 20; 1 acre in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 33 S. R. 1 E W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 351, Vol. 6); Priority 1901; 0.53 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres; Pence ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 33 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    PAUL E. SANDOZ, Trail, Ore. (Proof 353, Vol. 6); Priority 1890; 0.70 second-foot; for Irrigation of 28 acres; Holmes Bros. ditch; Description of place of use: 13 acres in SW¼NW¼; 10 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 4, 3 acres in NE¼SE¼; 2 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 5, Tp. 33 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 354, Vol. 6); Priority 1902; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Cliff Rock ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 33, Tp. 32 S. R. 1 E. W.M., 6 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 4, Tp. 33 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    IDA STURGIS, Trail, Ore. (Proof 356, Vol. 6); Priority 1904; 0.34 second-foot; for Irrigation of 13 acres; Sturgis & Pearce ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in NE¼NE¼; 9 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 23, Tp. 32 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GEORGE W. TRUSTY, Trail, Ore. (Proof 337, Vol. 6); Priority 1903; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Trusty ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SW¼SE¼; 2 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 22, Tp. 32 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. H. TRUSTY, Trail, Ore. (Proof 338, Vol. 6); Priority 1903; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Trusty ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 27, Tp. 32 S. R. 1. E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    W. WAGNER (Successor to D. W. Pence), Trail, Ore.; Priority 1901; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Pence ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in SE¼NE¼; 3 acres in NE¼SE¼; 1 acre in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 17, Tp. 33 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GEO. W. WEEKS, Trail, Ore.; Priority 1894; 0.33 second-foot; for Irrigation of 13 acres, Domestic and Stock use; Johnson Bros. ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in SE¼NE¼; 6 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 35; Tp. 33 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
ALCOE CREEK,
A Tributary of Elk Creek.
    PAUL E. SANDOZ, Trail, Ore. (Proof 355, Vol. 6); Priority 1880; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres; Alcoe Creek ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 4, Tp. 33 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
WEST BRANCH OF ELK CREEK
    PETER F. JOHANSON (Successor to George H. Lynch), Trail, Ore. (Proof 359, Vol. 6); Priority 1908; 0.28 second-feet; for Irrigation of 11 acres, and Domestic use; Morine ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SE¼SW¼; 1 acre in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 33 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ISAAC C. MOORE, Trail, Ore. (Proof 347, Vol. 6); Priority 1904; 0.30 second-feet; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Moore ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SE¼NW¼; 7 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 23; Tp. 32 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    D. W. PENCE, Trail, Ore. (Proof 350, Vol. 6); Priority 1886; 0.50 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres, and Domestic use; Geary ditch; Description of place of use: 14 acres in SW¼NW¼; 6 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 33 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GEORGE H. STORM (Successor to E. D. Pence), Trail, Ore. (Proof 361, Vol. 6); Priority 1886; 0.18 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres; Pence ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 33 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    IDA STURGIS, Trail, Ore. (Proof 352, Vol. 6); Priority 1895; 0.23 second-foot; for Irrigation of 9 acres; Geary ditch; Description of place of use: 9 acres in
NW¼NE¼; Sec. 23, Tp. 32 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    VERNON WAGNER (Successor to D. W. Pence), Trail, Ore. (Proof 360, Vol. 6); Priority 1905; 0.15 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres; Pence ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 17, Tp. 33 S. R. 1. E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
LAKE LOG CREEK,
A Tributary of Elk Creek.
    JOHN F. SWANSON, Trail, Ore. (Proof 362, Vol. 6); Priority 1907; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres, and Domestic use; Swanson ditch (½ int.); Description of place of use: 5 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 6, Tp. 32 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SQUAW CREEK,
A Tributary of Elk Creek.
    F. M. BAILEY--See Paragraph 7.
ZANA CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    H. L. COX--See Paragraph 7.
LANE CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    CHRISTINA STRAUBE, Central Point, Ore. (Proof 296, Vol. 5); Priority 1871; 0.15 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Straube ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 6, Tp. 37 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
RUMBELY CREEK, OR RUMBLEY [RUMLEY] CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    THOS. McANDREW, Medford, Ore. (Proof 297, Vol. 5); Priority 1875; 1.60 second-feet; for Irrigation of 80 acres, and Stock; McAndrew ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in SE¼NW¼; 40 acres in NE¼SW¼; 20 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 25, Tp. 33 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    CHAS. H. TONEY, Derby, Ore. (Proof 298, Vol. 5); Priority 1904; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Toney ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in NE¼NE¼; 5 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 34, Tp. 33 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
TRAIL CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    E. E. ASH (Successor to F. Y. Allen), Trail, Ore. (Proof 299, Vol. 5); Priority 1897; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Allen ditch; see also paragraph 10; Description of place of use: 12 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 3, Tp. 34 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    A. H. LAWRENCE, Morgan Hill, Cal. (Proof 300, Vol. 5); Priority 1898; 0.38 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; Inlow ditch; see also paragraph 10; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NE¼NW¼; 5 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 33, Tp. 33 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
WEST FORK OF TRAIL CREEK.
    T. C. GAINES, Trail, Oregon. (Proof 301, Vol. 5); Priority 1883; 0.35 foot; for Irrigation of 14 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Vogeli ditches; Description of place of use: 1 acre in NW¼SW¼; 5 acres in SW¼SW¼; 8 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 20, Tp. 33 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
EAST BRANCH OF TRAIL CREEK.
    J. L. RAGSDALE, Trail, Ore. (Proof 302, Vol. 5); Priority 1902; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres, and Domestic use; Ragsdale ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 8, Tp. 33 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    CARL T. SKYRMAN, Trail, Oregon.(Proof 303, Vol. 5); Priority 1898; 0.38 second-foot; for Irrigation of 19 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Skyrman ditch; see also Paragraph 10; Description of place of use: 6 acres in NE¼SW¼; 13 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 4, Tp. 33 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
CANYON CREEK,
A Tributary of Trail Creek.
    A. H. LAWRENTZ, Morgan Hill, Cal. (Proof 304, Vol. 5); Priority 1900; 0.18 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres, and Domestic use; Wilson ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 33 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
WALPOOL CREEK,
A Tributary of West Fork of Trail Creek.
    G. W. DWINNELL, Montague, Cal. (Proof 305, Vol. 5); Priority 1898; 0.38 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; Hammond ditch; Description of place of use: 15 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 14, Tp. 33 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
TY CAMP CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    R. E. PEYTON, Peyton, Ore. (Proof 306, Vol. 5); Priority 1891; 0.15 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres, and Domestic use; Peyton Ty Camp ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 20, Tp. 33 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    R. B. VAUGHN, Peyton, Ore. (Proof 609, Vol. 5); Priority 1891; 0.40 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres, and Domestic use; Vaughn ditch; Description of place of use: 18½ acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 21; 1½ acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 16, Tp. 33 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SPRINGS,
At Head of Ty Camp Creek.
    A.M. PEYTON, Peyton, Ore. (Proof 307, Vol. 5); Priority 1898; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre, and Domestic use; Richardson ditch; see also Paragraph 10; Description of place of use: 1 acre in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 16, Tp. 33 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. W. RICHARDSON, Peyton, Oregon (Proof 308, Vol. 5); Priority 1898; 0.38
second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres, and Domestic use; Richardson ditch; Description of place of use: 15 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 16; Tp. 33 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. See also Paragraph 7.
ORA CREEK, AND TRIBUTARY SPRINGS AT HEAD OF CREEK,
Tributary of Rogue River.
    GEO. W. KINCAID, Peyton, Ore. (Proofs 310-311, Vol. 5); Priority 1899; 0.38 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres, and Domestic use; Peyton and Kincaid ditches; Description of place of use: 1 acre in NE¼NE¼; 14 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 20, Tp. 33 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    R. E. PEYTON, Peyton, Ore. (Proof 312, Vol. 5); Priority 1899; 0.38 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; Peyton and Kincaid ditches; Description of place of use: 15 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 33 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SPRINGS TRIBUTARY OF ORA CREEK.
    R. E. PEYTON, Peyton, Ore. (Proof 313, Vol. 5); Priority 1906; 0.23 second-foot; for Irrigation of 9 acres; Peyton ditch; Description of place of use: 9 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 21; Tp. 33 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
LOST CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    FRANK M. MANNING, Derby, Ore. (Proof 314, Vol. 5); Priority 1887; 0.94 second-foot; for Irrigation of 47 acres, and Domestic use; Manning ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SW¼SE¼; 20 acres in NE¼SW¼; 22 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 33 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
KNIGHTON CREEK AND SPRING,
Both Tributary to Rogue River.
    T. M. Peelor, Prospect, Ore. (Proof 315, Vol. 5); Priority 1902; 0.60 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30 acres, and Domestic use; one ditch from creek and two from spring; Description of place of use: 18 acres in NE¼SW¼; 6 acres in SE¼SW¼; 6 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 17, Tp. 33 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
HOLE IN GROUND CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    J. F. DITSWORTH--See Paragraph 7.
MIDDLE CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    NELSON M. NYE and ELSIE A. NYE, Prospect, Ore. (Proof 317, Vol. 5); Priority 1877; 0.40 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Nye ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NE¼NE¼; 15 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 33 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
FALL CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    JOSEPH PHIPPS, Derby, Ore. (Proof 318, Vol. 5); Priority 1892; 0.54 second-foot; for Irrigation of 27 acres, and Domestic use; Phipps ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SW¼NE¼; 17 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 33 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
STEWART SPRINGS,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    ESTATE OF ELIZABETH STEWART, Deceased, and DILLON R. HILL, Medford, Ore. (Proofs 319-320, Vol. 5); Priority 1890; 0.60 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30 acres, and Domestic use, Stewart ditch (See also Paragraph 10); Description of place of use: 20 acres in NW¼SW¼; 10 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 33 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
CENTER CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    J. F. DITSWORTH, Peyton, Ore. (Proof 321, Vol. 5); Priority 1890; 0.80 second-foot; for Irrigation of 40 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Ditsworth Center Creek ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in SW¼NE¼; 18 acres in SE¼NW¼; 2 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 33 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
RED BLANKET CREEK,
A Tributary of Middle Fork of Rogue River.
    W. E. MOONEY, Prospect, Ore. (Proof 322, Vol. 5); Priority 1889; 2.08 second-feet; for Irrigation of 104 acres; Mooney ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SW¼SW¼; 15 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 27; 33 acres in NE¼NE¼; 6 acres in SW¼NE¼; 20 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 33; 2 acres in NE¼NW¼; 22 acres in NW¼NW¼; 1 acre in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 34, Tp. 32 S. R. 3 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
MILL CREEK,
A Tributary of North Fork of Rogue River.
    S. S. AIKEN, Prospect, Ore. (Proof 323, Vol. 5); Priority 1989; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre; Mill flume; Description of place of use: 1 acre in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 32 S. R. 3 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    Priority 1884; 0.03 second-foot; for Domestic and Stock use; Mill flume; Description of place of use: On above described lands.
    Priority 1898; 0.63 second-foot; for Private Fish Pond; Mill flume; Description of place of use: Fish pond of 1/6 of an acre in the NW¼NE¼; and NE¼NW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 32 S. R. 3 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1880; 30 second-feet; for Power (30 horsepower); Mill flume; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Saw mill in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 32 S. R. 3 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    BENJAMIN H. CHARLES, JR.--See Paragraph 9.
    GOLD RAY REALTY CO., a corporation, Medford, Oregon. (Proof 325, Vol. 5); Priority 1898; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Boothby ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 32 S. R. 3 E. W M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    H. H. STODDARD (Successor in interest to Gold Ray Realty Co., a corporation), Medford, Oregon. (Proof 326, Vol. 5); Priority 1906; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; Graham ditch; Description of place of use: 15 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 32 S. R. 3 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    B. O. MOORE, Quincy, Mich. (Proof 327, Vol. 5); Priority 1901, 0.50 second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres; Moore or Mill Creek Ranch ditch; Description of place of use: 25 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 31 S. R. 3 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
GEPPERT CREEK,
A Tributary of South Fork of Rogue River.
    WILLIAM ULRICH and EARL ULRICH--See Paragraph 7.
BEAR CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    W. T. BOSTWICK (Successor to W. D. Hodgson), Ashland, Ore. (Proof 48, Vol. 2); Priority 1860; 0.17 second-foot; for Irrigation of 13 acres, and Domestic use; Eagle Mill ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in SW¼SE¼; 5 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 32 Tp. 38 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JOHN ARNOLD, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 42, Vol. 2); Priority 1854; 4½ second-feet; for Power; Eagle Mill ditch; Description of place of use: Power utilized to operate flouring mill situate in N½SW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S R.1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 860; 0.15 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres, and Domestic use; Eagle Mill ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in NE¼SW¼; 6 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    LOUIE COLVER, Phoenix, Ore. (Proof 43, Vol. 2); Priority Dec. 1, 1870; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 19½ acres, and Domestic and Stock; Phoenix Mill ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NE¼NW¼; 9½ acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 15; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    L. E. ENGLAND--See J. W. Mills.
    CAROLITA FURRY, Phoenix, Ore. (Proof 45, Vol. 2); Priority Dec. 1, 1870; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 19½ acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Phoenix mill ditch; Description of place of use; 3½ acres in SW¼NE¼; 16 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 15; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    F. E. FURRY & A. J. WEEKS, Phoenix, Ore. (Proof 46, Vol. 2); Priority 1854; 20.00 second-feet; for Power (36 horsepower); Phoenix Mill ditch; Description of place of use: For the operation of a mill within the limits of the town of Phoenix, Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1854; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; Phoenix Mill ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 10; 1 acre in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 16; 1 acre in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 15; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. G. GORE--See Paragraph 7.
    EUGENIA F. JACKSON, Medford, Ore. (Proof 49, Vol. 2); Priority 1860; 0.75 second-foot; for Irrigation of 60 acres, and Domestic use; Eagle Mill ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in NE¼SW¼; 13 acres in NW¼SW¼; 8 acres in SW¼SW¼; 2½ acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 32; 5 acres in SW¼NE¼; 22½ acres in NE¼SE¼; 8 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 31; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    C. B. LAMBKIN, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 50, Vol. 2); Priority 1860; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Eagle Mill ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 32; 6 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    WM. LINDSAY, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 51, Vol. 2); Priority 1889; 0.19 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; Pelton & Neil ditch; Description of place of use: 13 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1. E. W.M.; 2 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MRS. FRANK McKEE, Central Point, Ore. (Proof 52, Vol. 2); Priority July 30, 1901; 1.37 second-feet; for Irrigation of 109.3 acres; McKee pump and flume; Description of place of use: 19.1 acres in NW¼NW¼;14.3 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 34; 40 acres in NE¼NE¼; 13.3 acres in NW¼NE¼; 5.9 acres in SW¼NE¼; 16.7 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 36 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. W. MILLS--See Paragraph 7.
    J. E. NICHOLS--See Paragraph 9.
    PHOENIX, TOWN OF--
    J. M. RADER, Phoenix, Ore. (Proof 55, Vol. 2); Priority 1870; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Phoenix Mill ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in S½ NW¼; Sec. 15; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MARK TRUE, Ashland Ore. (Proof 56, Vol. 2); Priority 1868; 0.47 second-foot; for Irrigation of 37 acres, and Stock; True ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in NW¼NE¼; 6 acres in SW¼NE¼; 15 acres in NE¼NW¼; 10 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    F. B. WAITE, Sutherlin, Ore. (Proofs 57, 58, Vol. 2); Priority 1906; 0.23 second-foot; for Irrigation of 18 acres; pump and Myer ditch; Description of place of use: 13 acres in NW¼SE¼; 5 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1889; 0.15 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Pelton & Neil ditch; Description of place of use: 12 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. F. WORTMAN--See Paragraph 9.
DAVENPORT GULCH,
A Tributary of Bear Creek.
    L. H. WYANT, Talent, Ore. (Proof 60, Vol. 2); Priority 1904; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres, and Domestic use; Wyant ditches and pipe; Description of place of use: 6 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 38 S. R. 1. E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SPRING BRANCH OF BEAR CREEK.
    EUGENIA F. JACKSON, Medford, Ore. (Proof 61, Vol. 2); Priority 1891; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of ½ acre, and Domestic use; Tile and water pipe; Description of place of use: ½ acre in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
DURKEY CREEK,
A Tributary of Bear Creek.
    LOUIS WERTH, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 62, Vol. 2); Priority 1880; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Werth ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SW¼NE¼; 6 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
GAERKY CREEK,
A Tributary of Bear Creek.
    G. S. BUTLER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 63, Vol. 2); Priority 1895; 0.12 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres, and Stock; Butler ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in NE¼SW¼; 2 acres in NW¼SW¼; 2 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 36, Tp. 38 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
UNNAMED TRIBUTARY OF BEAR CREEK.
    J. S. RASOR, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 64, Vol. 2); Priority 1908; 0.17 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Rasor ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 2; 8 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 3; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
WRIGHTS CREEK,
A Tributary of Bear Creek.
    G. F. BILLINGS, Ashland, Ore. (Proofs 65 and 66, Vol. 2); Priority 1874; 0.22 second-foot; for Irrigation of 17 acres, and Stock; Mark-Brown ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 5, Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M.; 12 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1873; 0.38 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30 acres; Meyer-Billings ditch (¼ int.); Description of place of use: 16 acres in SW¼SW¼; 14 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    G. F. BILLINGS, RALPH BILLINGS, and F. M. BILLINGS, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 67, Vol. 2); Priority 1869; 0.24 second-foot; for Irrigation of 19 acres, and Domestic and Stock; W. C. Meyer ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in NW¼NE¼; 5 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M.; 2 acres in SE¼SW¼; 4 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ERIC WEREN, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 68, Vol. 2); Priority 1891; 0.06 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Weren ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
DANN SPRING,
A Tributary of Wright Creek.
    W. W. DANN, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 68½, Vol. 2); Priority 1885; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres; Dann pipe and ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
WILD CAT GULCH
A Tributary of Bear Creek.
    G. F. BILLINGS, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 69, Vol. 2); Priority 1882; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres, and Stock; Billings ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    EUGENIA F. JACKSON, Medford, Ore. (Proof 70, Vol. 2); Priority 1882; 0.09 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres, and Stock; Jackson ditch; Description of place of use: 2½ acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 31; 2½ acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
JACKSON SULPHUR SPRINGS,
A Tributary of Bear Creek.
    EUGENIA F. JACKSON, Medford, Ore. (Proof 110A, Vol. 2); Priority 1862; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres, Domestic and Stock, and Sanitarium and Natatorium purposes; Tile and Pipe; Description of place of use: The entire flow of the said springs, which are mineral in character, are situate on claimant's land in SE¼; Sec. 31, Tp. 38 S. R. 1 E. W.M., and chiefly valuable for medicinal purposes, as well as for Domestic and household use. Irrigated lands in SE¼; Sec. 31, Tp. 38 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
LARSEN CREEK,
A Tributary of Bear Creek.
    EDMONA M. ANDERSON, Phoenix, Ore. (Proof 110B, Vol. 2); Priority 1903; 0.22 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres and Domestic and Stock use; Anderson ditch; Description of place of use: 15 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 35; Tp. 37 S. R. 1. W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    DONNA A. GRAFFIS, Phoenix, Ore. (Proof 110C, Vol. 2); Priority 1903; 0.15 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Graffis ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 37 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
WALKER CREEK,
A Tributary of Bear Creek.
    L. L. ANDREWS, Corona, Riverside County, Calif. (Proof 249, Vol. 5); Priority 1894; 0.06 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2½ acres; Andrews ditch; Description of place of use: 2½ acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 38 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    F. W. MOORE, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 250, Vol. 5); Priority 1878; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Murphy ditch No. 1; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. J. MURPHY, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 251, Vol. 5); Priority 1878; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and Domestic use; Murphy Ditch No. 1; Description of place of use: 7 acres in NE¼SW¼; 3 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 252, Vol. 5) Priority 1860; 0.54 second-foot; for Irrigation of 43 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Murphy ditch No. 2; Description of place of use: 7 acres in NE¼SW¼; 13 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 6; 5 acres in NE¼NW¼; 12 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., 6 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    AUGUSTA NEIL, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 253, Vol. 5); Priority 1880; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Owen-Neil-Smith ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    C. E. OWEN, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 254, Vol. 5); Priority 1880; 0.38 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30 acres; Owen-Neil-Smith ditch; Description of place of use: 30 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    PHOEBE M. SMITH, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 255, Vol. 5); Priority 1880; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Owen-Neil-Smith ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SW¼NE¼; 5 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
BABE CREEK AND DEEP HOLLOW GULCH,
Tributaries of Walker Creek.
    WILLIAM MYER and FRANK M. CALKINS, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 256, Vol. 5); Priority 1885; 1.25 second-feet; for Irrigation of 100 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Small ditches; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NW¼NE¼; 5 acres in SW¼NE¼; 24 acres in SE¼NW¼; 16 acres in NW¼NE¼; 5 acres in NE¼SW¼; 10 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 23; 3 acres in NW¼NE¼; 5 acres in NE¼NW¼; 6 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 38 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ERNEST APPLEGATE, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 257, Vol. 5); Priority 1883; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 11 acres, and Stock; Applegate ditch; Description of place of use: 11 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 27; Tp. 38 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 258, Vol. 5); Priority 1892; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres, and Stock; Upper ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 26; 3 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 27; Tp. 38 S. R, 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
COVE CREEK,
A Tributary of Walker Creek, and Springs at Head of Cove Creek,
    CHAS. A. HENRY, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 259, Vol. 5); Priority 1891; 0.42 second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres; and Stock; Small ditches; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 1; 10 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M.; 5 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
COVE CREEK,
A Tributary of Walker Creek.
    J. J. MURPHY, Ashland, Ore. (Proofs 260, 261, Vol. 5); Priority 1869; 0.52 second-foot; for Irrigation of 41 acres, and Domestic use; (Murphy Ditch No. 4; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NE¼NW¼; 3 acres in SW¼NW¼; 2 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., 5 acres in NE¼NE¼; 16 acres in SE¼NE¼; 10 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1860; 0.29 second-foot; for Irrigation of 23 acres; Murphy ditch No. 3; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NE¼NW¼; 12 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M.; 6 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 12, Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
NORTH FORK OF COVE CREEK AND ICE HOUSE CREEK,
Tributary of Cove Creek.
    A. W. SILSBY and E. V. KELLOGG, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 262, Vol. 5); Priority 1881; 2.82 second-feet; for Irrigation of 225 acres; Cove Ranch ditch; Description of place of use: 14 acres in NW¼NE¼; 19 acres in NE¼NW¼; 14 acres in SW¼NW¼; 8 acres in NW¼SW¼; 20 acres in SW¼SW¼; 16 acres in SE¼SW¼; 1 acre in NW¼SE¼; 1 acre in NE¼SE¼; 7 acres in SW¼SE¼;16 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 36; 32 acres in SW¼NE¼; 7 acres in NE¼SE¼; 2 acres in NW¼SE¼; 9 acres in SW¼SE¼; 11 acres in SE¼SE¼; 37 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 35; 1 acre in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 25; Tp. 38 S. R. 2 E. W.M.; 10 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon
ICE HOUSE CREEK.
A Tributary of Cove Creek.
    NANCY E. APPLEGATE, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 263, Vol. 5); Priority 1883; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres and Stock; Applegate ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 26; 3 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 27; Tp. 38 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    A. W. SILSBY and E. V. KELLOGG, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 264, Vol. 5); Priority 1881; 0.88 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30 acres; Cove Ranch ditch. This ditch covers a part of the lands described above under North Fork of Cove Creek above.
SPRINGS AT HEAD OF ICE HOUSE CREEK,
A Tributary of Cove Creek.
    G. W. WILCOX, Ashland, Ore., Proof 265, Vol. 5); Priority 1891; 0.50 second-foot; for Irrigation of 40 acres, and Stock; Small ditches; Description of place of use: 25 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 25; Tp. 38 S. R. 2 E. W.M.; 15 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 30, Tp. 38 S. R. 3 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
EMIGRANT CREEK,
A Tributary of Bear Creek.
    ANDREW DOZIER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 241, Vol. 5); Priority 1906; 0.32 second-foot; for Irrigation of 19 acres; Dozier ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in NE¼SE¼; 4 acres in NW¼SE¼; 8 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MRS. LYDIA POWELL, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 242, Vol. 5); Priority 1873; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Powell ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 33; 3 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    T. H. and M. E. ELLIOTT, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 243, Vol. 5); Priority 1890; 0.40 second-foot; for Irrigation of 24 acres; Shepherd ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in NE¼NE¼; 17.5 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 33; 3.5 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GEO. W. GROW, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 244, Vol. 5); Priority 1880; 0.12 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres, and Stock; Grow ditch; Description of place of use: 3½ acres in NE¼SW¼; 2½ acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. J. MURPHY, Ashland, Ore. (Proof (245, Vol. 5); Priority 1881; 0.12 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres and Stock use; Murphy ditch No. 5; Description of place of use: 4 acres in NW¼SE¼; 2 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 39 S. R 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JOHN A. TAYLOR, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 246, Vol. 5); Priority 1883; 0.60
second-foot; for Irrigation of 46 acres; Taylor ditch; Description of place of use: 14 acres in SW¼NE¼; 9 acres in NE¼NW¼; 16 acres in SE¼NW¼; 2 acres in NE¼SW¼; 5 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    W. H. LEEDS and ELLEN H. WAGNER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 247, Vol. 5), Priority 1864; 0.55 second-foot; for Irrigation of 40 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Caldwell ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 34; 10 acres in SW¼SW¼; 5 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 35; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., 10 acres in NW¼NW¼; 5 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 2; Tp. 40 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1864; 0.25 second-foot; for Power (2 horsepower); Pipe; water to be returned to stream on claimant's land; Description of place of use: 2½ to 4-inch  pipe line to overshot wheel on claimant's lands, developing about 2 H.P.
    J. M. WAGNER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 248, Vol. 5); Priority 1864; 0.79 second-foot; for Irrigation of 63 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Caldwell ditch; Description of place of use: 16 acres in NW¼NE¼; 15 acres in SW¼NE¼; 7 acres in SE¼NE¼; 25 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 2; Tp. 40 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1864; 0.25 second-foot, for Power (2 horsepower); Caldwell ditch and pipe; water returned to stream on claimant's land; Description of place of use: 2½ to 4-inch pipe to overshot wheel on claimant's land.
HILL CREEK,
A Tributary of Emigrant Creek.
    JAMES BARRETT, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 266, Vol. 5); Priority 1877; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7.25 acres, and Stock; Kingsbury ditch; Description of place of use: 2½ acres in NW¼SW¼; 4.75 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. P. DODGE & SONS, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 267, Vol. 5); Priority 1877; 0.26 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20.15 acres, and Stock; Kingsbury ditch; Description of place of use: 3.15 acres in SE¼NW¼; 7 acres in SW¼NW¼; 10 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    EDGAR B. BARRON, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 268, Vol. 5); Priority 1851; 0.68 second-foot; for Irrigation of 54 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Barron ditch; Description of place of use: 18 acres in NE¼NE¼; 20 acres in NW¼NE¼; 16 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 40 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SLIDE GULCH,
A Tributary of Hill Creek.
    G. W. BARRON, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 270, Vol. 5); Priority 1853; 0.69 second-foot; for Irrigation of 55 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Barron ditch; Description of place of use: 16 acres in NE¼SW¼; 16 acres in SE¼SW¼; 16 acres in NW¼SE¼; 7 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    H. W. BARRON, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 271, Vol. 5); Priority 1853; 0.75 second-foot; for Irrigation of 58 acres, and Domestic use; Barron ditch; Description of place of use: 19 acres in SE¼SW¼; 32 acres in SW¼SE¼; 2 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M.; 5 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 40 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    EDGAR B. BARRON, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 272, Vol. 5); Priority Jan. 1909; 1.00 second-foot; for Power (10 horsepower), and Domestic use; Pipe; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Pelton Water Wheel in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 40 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
UNNAMED TRIBUTARY OF HILL CREEK.
    G. W. BARRON, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 273, Vol. 5); Priority 1853; 0.69 second-foot; for Irrigation of 55 acres, and Domestic and Stock (supplemental supply); Barron ditch; Description of place of use: 16 acres in NE¼NW¼; 16 acres in SE¼NW¼; 16 acres in NW¼SW¼; 7 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 39 S. R. 2, E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    H. W. BARRON, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 274, Vol. 5); Priority 1853; 0.75 second-foot; for Irrigation of 58 acres, and Domestic and Stock (supplemental supply); Barron ditch; Description of place of use: 19 acres in SE¼SW¼; 32 acres in SW¼SE¼; 2 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. Sec. 5; Tp. 40 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
WALL CREEK,
A Tributary of Hill Creek.
    WM. J. RUSSELL, Siskiyou, Ore. (Proof 276, Vol. 5); Priority 1889; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres, and Domestic use; Russell ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 40 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SNOWGOOSE CANYON,
A Tributary of Hill Creek.
    J. M. TAYLOR, Siskiyou, Ore. (Proof 277, Vol. 5); Priority 1901; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre, and Domestic use; Taylor ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 40 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SAMPSON CREEK,
A Tributary of Emigrant Creek.
    T. H. & M. E. ELLIOTT, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 278; Vol. 5); Priority 1890; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre; Upper ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 28, Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 279, Vol. 5); Priority 1890; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre; Lower ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
CARTER CREEK,
A Tributary of Emigrant Creek.
    L. D. DOLLARHIDE, Siskiyou, Ore. (Proof 280, Vol. 5); Priority 1898; 0.17 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Dollarhide ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 21; Tp. 40 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. F. HENDRICKS, Ashland; Ore. (Proof 281, Vol. 5); Priority 1892; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres; Hendricks ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 40 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    W. H. LEEDS, San Diego, Cal. (Proof 282, Vol. 5); Priority 1888; 0.42 second-foot; for Irrigation of 29 acres, and Stock; Leeds ditch; Description of place of use: 25 acres in NW¼NE¼; 4 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 3; Tp. 40 S. R. 2 E. W.M. Jackson County, Oregon.
    VERA A. REAL, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 283, Vol. 5); Priority 1874; 0.46 second-foot; for Irrigation of 32 acres; Real ditch; Description of place of use: 25 acres in NE¼SE¼; 3 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 16; 4 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 15; Tp. 40 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
BEAR GULCH,
A Tributary of Carter Creek.
    J. F. HENDRICKS, ASHLAND, Ore. (Proof 284, Vol. 5); Priority 1893; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres; Bear Gulch ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 40 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
STEINMAN CREEK,
A Tributary of Carter Creek.
    J. F. HENDRICKS, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 285, Vol. 5); Priority 1903; 0.17 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Steinman ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 40 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SODA CREEK,
A Tributary of Emigrant Creek.
    J. M. WAGNER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 286, Vol. 5); Priority 1904; 0.24 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; Wagner Soda ditch; Description of place of use: 7½ acres in NE¼NE¼; 7½ acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 2; Tp. 40 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
TYLER CREEK,
A Tributary of Emigrant Creek.
    J. M. WAGNER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 287, Vol. 5); Priority 1903; 0.29 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Wagner ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in SW¼NW¼; 4 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 1; 13 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 2; Tp. 40 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
BALDY CREEK,
A Tributary of Emigrant Creek.
    M. G. LAWRENCE, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 288, Vol. 5); Priority 1891; 0.17 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and Domestic use; Tolman Springs ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 40 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
NORTH OR MIDDLE FORK OF EMIGRANT CREEK.
    AMY P. DAVIS, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 289, Vol. 5); Priority 1907; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres; Davis ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 40 S. R. 3 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    D. N. DAVIS, ASHLAND, Ore. (Proof 290; Vol. 5); Priority 1892; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 9 acres; Davis ditch; Description of place of use: 9 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 40 S. R. 3 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    NANCY A. TYLER (Successor in interest to J. M. Tyler), Ashland, Ore. (Proof 292; Vol. 5); Priority 1880; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Tyler ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SW¼NW¼; 6 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 40 S. R. 3 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
HOBART LAKE,
A Tributary of North Fork of Emigrant Creek.
    W. L. & D. N. DAVIS--See Paragraph 7.
SPRINGS,
Tributary to North or Middle Fork of Emigrant Creek.
    D. N. DAVIS, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 291, Vol. 5); Priority 1892; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Davis ditch; Description of place of use; 5 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 40 S. R. 3 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
YEW SPRING,
A Tributary of North Fork of Emigrant Creek.
    W. L. DAVIS, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 294, Vol. 5); Priority 1908; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres; Yew Spring ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 40 S. R. 3 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
HANNAH CREEK,
A Tributary of Emigrant Creek.
    MARY J. McCALLISTER & R. A. McCALLISTER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 294½,
Vol. 5); Priority 1874; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and Stock; McCallister ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SE¼NE¼; 4 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
TYLER CREEK,
A Tributary of Emigrant Creek.
    NANCY A. TYLER (Successor to J. M. Tyler), Ashland, Ore. (Miscellaneous Claims, Vol. 23, pp. 11-12); Priority 1886; 0.24 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres, and Stock (supplemental); Tyler ditch; A right to supplement the water diverted into Tyler ditch from North Fork of Emigrant Creek for Irrigation of same lands.
COUGAR GULCH,
A Tributary of Hill Creek. 
    See paragraph at the end of this decree.
NEIL CREEK,
A Tributary of Bear Creek.
    ASHLAND MANUFACTURING CO., a corporation, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 198, Vol. 4); Priority 1902; 5.00 second-feet; for Floating Logs; V. flume; Description of place of use: Water used for floating logs and lumber to mill at Ayer's spur, Jackson County, Oregon.
    R. C. AVENT, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 199, Vol. 4); Priority 1861; 0.85 second-foot; for Irrigation of 68 acres, and Domestic use; West Side or Neil ditch; Description of place of use: 25 acres in SW¼NW¼; 25 acres in NW¼SW¼; 10 acres in NE¼SW¼; 8 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JAMES BARRETT, Ashland, Ore. (Proof, 200, Vol. 4); Priority 1854; 0.18 second-foot; for Irrigation of 14¼ acres, and Stock; Hill ditch; Description of place of use: 2.5 acres in NW¼SW¼; 11.75 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    DANIEL CHAPMAN, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 201, Vol. 4); Priority 1854; 0.46 second-foot; for Irrigation of 36.4 acres, and Stock; Hill ditch; Description of place of use: 13.15 acres in SW¼SE¼; 17.25 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 30; 6 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. P. DODGE & SONS, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 202, Vol. 4); Priority 1854; 0.26 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20.15 acres, and Stock; Hill ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in SW¼NW¼; 3.15 acres in SE¼NW¼; 10 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GEO. W. DUNN, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 205, Vol. 4); Priority 1854; 0.74 second-foot; for Irrigation of 58.43 acres; Hill ditch; Description of place of use: 15½ acres in SE¼SW¼; 3.2 acres in NE¼SE¼; 30.1 acres in NW¼SE¼; 7.63 acres in SW¼SE¼; 2 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GEO. W. HOWARD (Successor to Ella Fenton, Geo. Spencer, Lester Spencer, and Leona Million), Ashland, Ore. (Proof 206, Vol. 4); Priority 1864; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres, and Domestic use; Dyer ditch; Description of place of use: 15 acres in SE¼NW¼; 5 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 31; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JACKSON GYGER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 208, Vol. 4); Priority 1861; 0.23 second-foot; for Irrigation of 17 acres and Domestic use; West Side Neil ditch; Description of place of use: 9 acres in NE¼NW¼; 5 acres in SW¼NW¼; 3 acres  in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    M. F. CYESTER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 202, Vol. 4);
    GEO. W. DUNN, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 204, Vol. 4);
    PEARL GRAY, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 207, Vol. 4);
    FRED C. HOMES, Sr., Ashland, Ore. (Proof 211, Vol. 4);
    HEIRS OF JOHANNE HOUCK, DECEASED, Medford, Ore. (Proof 214, Vol. 4);
    CORINNA B. HITTELL, City Hall, Chicago, Ill. (Proof 210, Vol. 4);
    PETUNIA L. MAY, Ashland, Ore., Proof 217, Vol. 4);
    ADELBERT MOORE, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 220, Vol. 4); Priority 1852; 2.00 second-feet; for Irrigation of 465.20 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Houck-Dunn-Homes ditch; Description of place of use: Land owned by M. F. Cyester as follows: 5 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 23; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Land owned by Geo. W. Dunn as follows: 26 acres in NE¼NE¼; 40 acres in NW¼NE¼; 20 acres in SW¼NE¼; 5 acres in SE¼NE¼; 36 acres in NE¼NW¼; 24 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 24; 5 acres in NW¼SE¼; 40 acres in SW¼SE¼; 26 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 13; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Lands owned by Pearl Gray as follows: 10 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 13; 15 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Lands owned by Fred C. Homes, Sr., as follows: 20 acres in NW¼NW¼; 5 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 24; 30 acres in NE¼SW¼; 40 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 13, Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Lands owned by Heirs of Johanne Houck, deceased; 18 ac. SE¼NW¼; 21 ac. SW¼NE¼; 15 ac. SE¼NE¼; 33 ac. NE¼SW¼; 38 ac. NW¼SE¼; 36 ac. NE¼SE¼; 25 ac. SW¼SW¼; 37 ac. SE¼SW¼; 38 ac. SW¼SE¼; 37 ac. SE¼SE¼; Sec. 24, Twp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M.; 9 ac. NE¼NE¼; 3 ac. NW¼NE¼; Sec. 25; same Tp. and R.; 20 ac. SW¼SW¼; Sec. 19; 12 ac. NW¼NW¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M.; all in Jackson County, Oregon.
    Lands owned by Corinna B. Hittell as follows: 16 acres, being part of D.L.C. No. 54, Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Lands owner by Petunia L. May as follows: 10.2 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 13; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Lands owned by Adelbert Moore as follows: 2 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 13; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    A. D. HELMS, Talent, Ore. (Proof 209, Vol. 4); Priority 1854; 0.19 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres and Domestic and Stock use; Hill ditch; Description of place of use: 11 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 31; 4 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. 
    JEFFERSON HOWARD, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 212, Vol. 4); Priority 1873; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10½ acres, and Stock; East Side Neil Ditch; Description of place of use: 6½ acres in SE¼NW¼; 4 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ZENAS HOWARD, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 213, Vol. 4); Priority 1897; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and Stock; Howard's ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    W. R. KINCAID, R.F.D. No. 1, Box 70, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 215, Vol. 4); Priority 1854; 0.50 second-foot; for Irrigation of 40 acres, and Domestic use; Lower Kincaid ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NW¼NE¼; 12 acres in SW¼NE¼; 1 acre in NE¼NW¼; 16 acres in SE¼NW¼; 3 acres in NE¼SW¼; 3 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 216, Vol. 4); Priority 1872; 0.40 second-foot; for Irrigation of 32 acres; Upper Kincaid or Casey ditch; Description of place of use: 28 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 30; 4 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 31; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MARK J. McCALLISTER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 218, Vol. 4); Priority 1854; 0.63 second-foot; for Irrigation of 50 acres, and Domestic use; Taylor ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SW¼NW¼; 25 acres in NW¼SW¼; 3 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M.; 7 acres in SE¼NE¼; 10 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. W. McDONOUGH, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 219, Vol. 4); Priority 1854; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres, and Domestic use; Taylor ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NE¼SW¼; 3 acres in NW¼SW¼; 6 acres in SW¼SW¼; 6 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    AUGUSTA NEIL, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 221, Vol. 4); Priority 1854; 0.44 second-foot; for Irrigation of 34½ acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Wells-Walker-True ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SW¼NE¼; 2 acres in SE¼NE¼; 13.5 acres in NE¼SE¼; 9 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    C. E. OWEN, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 222, Vol. 4.); Priority 1854; 0.69 second-foot; for Irrigation of 54½ acres, and Stock; Wells-Walker-True ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 13; 9 acres in NW¼SW¼; 25½ acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 39 S. R. 1. E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    PHOEBE M. SMITH, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 224, Vol. 4); Priority 1854; 0.62 second-foot; for Irrigation of 49½ acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Wells-Walker-True ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 14, 16.8 acres in NE¼SE¼; 12.5 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 11; 10.2 acres in SW¼SW¼; 8 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    R. I. STUART, Medford, Ore. (Proof 225, Vol. 4); Priority 1873; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; East Side Neil ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    A. W. THOMAS, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 226, Vol. 4); Priority 1854; 0.88 second-foot; for Irrigation of 69.9 acres; Hill ditch; Description of place of use: 37.4 acres in NE¼NE¼; 2.5 acres in NW¼NE¼; 3¼ acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 31; 13.75 acres in NW¼NW¼; 1.45 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 32; 2.45 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 29; 1.85 acres in SW¼SE¼; 7.25 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    M. P. TRUE, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 227, Vol. 4); Priority 1854; 0.22 second-foot; for Irrigation of 17 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Wells-Walker-True ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SW¼NE¼; 11 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    SADIE R. WALKER, EVA WALKER, JOHN WALKER, MINNIE WALKER, DONALD WALKER, AND BESSIE WALKER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 228, Vol. 4); Priority 1854; 0.16 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12½ acres; Walker ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 19; 6½ acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    SARAH J. WALKER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 229, Vol. 4); Priority 1854; 0.16 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12½ acres; Walker ditch; Description of place of use: 12½ acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JOHN W. WELLS, Bly, Oregon, and HEIRS OF GILES WELLS, DECEASED, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 230, Vol. 4); Priority 1854; 0.74 second-foot; for Irrigation of 59.2 acres, and Stock; Wells-Walker-True ditch; Description of place of use: 27 acres in NE¼NW¼; 4 acres in NW¼NW¼; 20 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 13; 5 acres in SW¼SW¼; 3.2 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 12, Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
UNNAMED TRIBUTARY OF NEIL CREEK.
    JACOB SHIVELY, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 223; Vol. 4); Priority 1902; 0.19 second-foot for Irrigation of 11 acres, and Domestic use; Shively ditch; Description of place of use: 11 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 40 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JAMES TAYLOR (Successor to J. A. Taylor), Ashland, Ore. (Proof 231, Vol. 4); Priority 1859; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Grubb & Taylor ditch; Description of place of use: 12 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. G. WALKER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 232, Vol. 4); Priority 1859; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Grubb & Taylor ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 13; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
TOLMAN CREEK,
A Tributary of Neil Creek.
    N. C. DOZIER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 233, Vol. 4); Priority 1890; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres, and Domestic use; Dozier ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 23; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    PEARL GRAY, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 234, Vol. 4); Priority 1853; 0.09 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres, and Domestic use; Tolman ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 13; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    CORINNA B. HITTLE, City Hall, Chicago, Ill. (Proof 235, Vol. 4); Priority 1853; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 16 acres, and Domestic use; Tolman ditch; Description of place of use: Part of D.L.C. No. 54 (Tolman D.L.C.), in Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. B. HUNTER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 236, Vol. 4); Priority 1892; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres, and Domestic use; Sunset ditch and reservoir; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 23; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    PETUNIA L. MAY, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 237, Vol. 4); Priority 1853; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres, and Domestic use; Tolman ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 13; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ANNIE NELSON, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 238, Vol. 4); Priority 1901; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres, and Stock use; Allen and True Allen ditches; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JOSEPH P. TRUE, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 239, Vol. 4); Priority 1893; 0.04 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1½ acres; True ditch; Description of place of use: 1½ acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W, M., Jackson County, Oregon.
CLAYTON CREEK,
A Tributary of Neil Creek.
    G. B. HEGARDT, Ashland, Ore., and E. C. WEAVER, 1010 Board of Trade, Portland, Ore. (Proof 240, Vol. 4); Priority 1864; 0.88 second-foot; for Irrigation of 70 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Clayton ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in NW¼NE¼; 32 acres in SW¼NE¼; 6 acres in SE¼NW¼; 24 acres in NW¼SE¼; 2 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 25, Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
ASHLAND CREEK,
A Tributary of Bear Creek.
    J. W. ABBOTT, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 148, Vol. 4); Priority 1886; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres; Rogers ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in SE¼NW¼; 1 acre in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ASHLAND, CITY OF, a municipal corporation, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 150, Vol. 4); Priority 1854; 0.18 second-foot; Priority 1861; 5.00 second-feet; Priority 1864; 3.75 second-feet; Priority 1872; 2.50 second-feet; Priority 1882; 1.00 second-foot; for Municipal, Domestic, Stock and Irrigation purposes; City Water System; Description of place of use: Within the corporate limits of the City of Ashland, Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1854; 7.00 second-feet; Priority 1868; 14.50 second-feet; Priority 1889; 7.50 second-feet; for Power (600 horsepower); City Power Plant; water returned to stream in the following-described subdivision; Description of place of use: Power house in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 21, Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ASHLAND ICE & STORAGE CO., a corporation, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 151, Vol. 4); Priority 1904; 25.00 second-feet; for Power (80 horsepower); Pipe; Description of place of use: Ashland Ice and Storage Company Plant in Ashland, Jackson County, Oregon.
    ASHLAND IRON WORKS, a corporation, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 152, Vol. 4); Priority 1860; 25.00 second-feet; for Power (25 horsepower); Flume; Description of place of use: Ashland Iron Works plant, in Ashland, Jackson County, Oregon.
    WILLIAM A. BIBBY, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 153, Vol. 4); Priority 1886; 0.10
second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres; Rogers ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in NW¼NE¼; 2 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    G. F. BILLINGS, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 154, Vol. 4); Priority 1858; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 24 acres; Helman ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NE¼NE¼; 12 acres in NW¼NE¼; 6 acres in SW¼NE¼; 4 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 155, Vol. 4); Priority 1864; 0.50 second-foot; for Irrigation of 40 acres, and Stock; Smith-Myer-Roper ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in NE¼NE¼; 13 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., 12 acres in SW¼SE¼; 8 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MARTHA J. CARTER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 156, Vol. 4); Priority 1858; 0.04 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1.4 acres, and Stock; Helman ditch; Description of place of use: 1.4 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., being part of Helman D.L.C. No. 40, said Tp., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ROBERT CASEY, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 157, Vol. 4); Priority 1864; 0.16 second-foot for Irrigation of 13½ acres; Smith-Myer-Roper ditch; Description of place of use: Beg. 16½ ft. E. and 162 ft. N. of NW cor. D.L.C. 40, Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., thence E. 537.6 ft.; S. 162 ft.; E. 705.18 ft.; N. 613.8 ft.; W. 1242.78 ft.; S. 451.8 ft. to beg., being a part of fractional Sec. 5, and fractional NW¼ of Sec. 4, said Tp. and Range, Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 158, Vol. 4); Priority 1858; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres, and Stock; Helman ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in fractional NE¼ of Sec. 5, Tp. 39 S., R. 1 E. W.M., being part of the Frank Smith or B. F. Meyer place, all in Jackson County, Oregon.
    M. CLININGER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof (159, Vol. 4); Priority 1886; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres; Rogers ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in SW¼NE¼; 1 acre in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ED CONNER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 160, Vol. 4); Priority 1884; 0.09 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4½ acres; Griswold ditch; Description of place of use: 4½ acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    W. A. CORDELL, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 161, Vol. 4); Priority 1858; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres, and Stock; Helman ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ARTHUR C. EDWARDS (Successor to Eunice C. Edwards), Ashland, Ore. (Proof 162, Vol. 4); Priority 1886; 0.07 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2½ acres; Rogers ditch; Description of place of use: 2½ acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    C. A. ELIASON, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 163, Vol. 4); Priority 1895; 0. 14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; Eliason ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SW¼SW¼; 6 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 164, Vol. 4); Priority 1895; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; Eliason ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SW¼SW¼; 6 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    C. E. ENGLISH, Ashland, Oregon (Proof 165, Vol. 4); Priority 1886; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Rogers ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JOHN A. TAYLOR and MARGARET A. TAYLOR, 1150 Oak Street, Ashland, Ore. (Successors to E. M. Frazier, Ashland, Oregon); (Proof 166, Vol. 4); Priority 1884; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres; Griswold ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    G. W. HAKE, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 167, Vol. 4); Priority 1858; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres; Helman ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 4, and NE¼SE¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., beginning on E. line of O.&C.R.R. right of way, whence NW corner of D.L.C. No. 40, Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M. bears N. 34 deg. 6 min. W. 818.65 ft.; thence S. 89 deg. 57 min. E. 489.50 ft.; S. 13 deg. 15 min. W. 279.5 ft.; N. 63 deg. 45 min. W. 205.65 ft.; S. 60 deg. 57 min. W. 92.2 ft. to said right of way; N. 34 deg. 45 min. W. 177.5 ft.; N. 36 deg. 19 min. W. 100 ft. to beg., containing 1.95 acres; Jackson County, Oregon.
    H. HASH, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 168, Vol. 4); Priority 1886; 0.01 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Rogers ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    HENRY HAYNES, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 169, Vol. 4); Priority 1858; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Helman ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. 
    J. R. G. HAYNES, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 170, Vol. 4); Priority 1858; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres; Helman ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    O. O. HELMAN, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 171, Vol. 4); Priority 1864; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres, and Stock; Smith-Myer-Roper ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., part of D.L.C. No, 40, Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 172, Vol. 4); Priority 1858; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres, and Stock; Helman ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., being a part of D.L.C. No. 40, said Tp., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ESTATE OF A. D. HELMAN, Deceased, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 173, Vol. 4); Priority 1858; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 16 acres; Helman ditch; Description of place of use: 12 acres in SW¼NW¼; 4 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    THOMAS HERSEY (Successor to C. F. Arant), Ashland, Ore. (Proof 149, Vol. 4); Priority 1886; 0.032 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1¼ acres; Rogers ditch; Description of place of use: 1¼ acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 4, Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GEORGE IRWIN, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 174, Vol. 4); Priority 1858; 0.07 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2½ acres; Helman ditch; Description of place of use: 2½ acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    M. L. JOHNSON, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 175, Vol. 4); Priority 1885; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre; Johnson ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 16; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    WM. LINDSAY, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 176, Vol. 4); Priority 1886; 0.07 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2½ acres; Rogers ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SW¼NE¼; ½ acre in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    M. N. LONG, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 177, Vol. 4); Priority 1892; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Long ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    JULIA E. McQUILKIN, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 178, Vol. 4); Priority 1864; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4.92 acres; Smith-Myer-Roper ditch; Description of place of use: 1.50 acres in SW¼NW¼; 3.42 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JOSEPH & KIZZIE MILLION, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 179, Vol. 4); Priority 1856; 0.63 second-foot; for Irrigation of 50 acres; Million ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NE¼SW¼; 5 acres in SE¼SW¼; 7 acres in NW¼SE¼; 8 acres in SW¼SE¼; 20 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    L. L. MULIT, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 180, Vol. 4); Priority 1884; 0.09 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3.9 acres, and Domestic use; Griswold ditch; Description of place of use: 3.9 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    WILLIAM NORTRIDGE, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 181, Vol. 4); Priority 1858; 0.07 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2.75 acres; Helman ditch; Description of place of use: 2.75 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    OREGON & CALIFORNIA RAILROAD CO., a corporation (Southern Pacific Co., Lessee), Portland, Oregon; (Proof 181½, Vol. 4); Priority 1854; 0.19 second-foot; for Locomotive supply and Roundhouse; Applegate ditch and pipe line; Description of place of use: The property of claimant in the city of Ashland, Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. A. PARKER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 182, Vol. 4); Priority 1858; 0.11 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5½ acres, and Stock; Helman ditch; Description of place of use; 5½ acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    L. W. ROGERS, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 183, Vol. 4); Priority 1886; 0.09 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3.5 acres; Rogers ditch; Description of place of use: 3½ acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    C. E. SAMS, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 184, Vol. 4); Priority 1864; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre; Smith-Myer-Roper ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    H. B. SANDER & L. B. SANDER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 186, Vol. 4); Priority
1864, 0.77 second-foot; for Irrigation of 61 acres; Smith-Myer-Roper ditch; Description of place of use: 29 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 4; 30 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M.; 2 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JOSEPH H. SANDER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 187, Vol. 4); Priority 1886; 0.04 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1½ acres; Rogers ditch; Description of place of use: ¾ acre in NE¼NW¼; ¾ acre in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 188, Vol. 4); Priority 1884; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres; Griswold ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    H. B. & L. B. SANDER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 185, Vol. 4); Priority 1881; 0.19 second-foot; for Irrigation of 13 acres, and Domestic use; Sander ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M.; 3 acres in SW¼SW½; Sec. 33; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 185½, Vol. 4); Priority 1880; 0.15 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and Domestic use; Meyer ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    R. D. SANFORD, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 189, Vol. 4); Priority 1864; 0.18 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres, and Stock; Smith-Myer-Roper ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SE¼NW¼; 7 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    W. G. & LEO SANDER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 190, Vol. 4); Priority 1880; 0.15 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8½ acres; Meyer ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in SW¼SW¼; ½ acre in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M.; 1 acre in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 191, Vol. 4); Priority 1884; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre; Griswold ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 192, Vol. 4); Priority 1864; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres, and Stock; Smith-Myer-Roper ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    NELLIE STEPHENSON, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 193, Vol. 4); Priority 1886; 0.04 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1½ acres; Rodgers ditch; Description of place of use: ¾ acre in SW¼NE¼; ¾ acre in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MISSOURI E. ALLEN (Successor to H. E. Stone), Ashland, Oregon; (Proof 194, Vol. 4); Priority 1885; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre; Stone ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 16; and in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    EMMA E. THORNTON, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 195, Vol. 4); Priority 1858; 0.07 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2½ acres; Helman ditch; Description of place of use: 2½ acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., being part of D.L.C. No. 40 in said Tp., Jackson County, Oregon.
    CHESTER TUTTLE, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 196, Vol. 4); Priority 1858; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 0.6 acre; Helman ditch; Description of place of use: 0.6 acre in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., being part of D.L.C. No. 40, in said Tp., Jackson County, Oregon.
    A. H. WETMUR, Vergas, Minn. (Proof 197, Vol. 4); Priority 1886; 0.07 second-foot for Irrigation of 2½ acres; Rogers ditch; Description of place of use: 2½ acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 4, Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
WAGNER CREEK,
A Tributary of Bear Creek.
    E. K. ANDERSON, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 111, Vol. 3); Priority 1862; 5.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. to May; Farmers ditch (5/6 int. for mining only); Description of place of use: Mining ground in Sections 16, 21 and 28; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    WM. R. BAGLEY, Talent, Ore. (Proof 112, Vol. 3); Priority 1862; 0.50 second-foot; for Irrigation of 22 acres; Farmers ditch (1/12 int.); Description of place of use: 16 acres in SW¼NE¼; 6 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 34 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    EMMETT BEESON, Talent, Ore. (Proof 113, Vol. 3); Priority 1862; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 16 acres, and Stock; Farmers ditch (1/24 int.); Description of place of use: 8 acres in NE¼NE¼; 8 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    BEESON & ROBISON IRRIGATING DITCH, a corporation, Talent, Ore. (Proof 114, Vol. 3); Priority 1854; 2.13 second-feet; for Irrigation of 370.30 acres, and Stock; Beeson & Robison ditch (entire interest); Description of place of use: 18.2 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 22; 16.6 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 23; 37.7 acres in NE¼NE¼; 34.7 acres in SE¼NE¼; 1.3 acres in NW¼NE¼; 1.3 acres in SW¼NE¼; 1.1 acres in NW¼SE¼; 38.7 acres in NE¼SE¼; 24.3 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 27; 24.9 acres in NW¼NW¼; 6.2 acres in SW¼NW¼; 13 acres in NW¼SW¼; 35.2 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 26; 19.5 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 34; 32.8 acres in NW¼NW¼; 34.1 acres in SW¼NW¼; 0.3 acre in SE¼NW¼; 13.5 acres in NW¼SW¼; 13.7 acres in NE¼SW¼; 3.2 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 35; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ELIZABETH BREESE, Talent, Ore. (Proof 115, Vol. 3); Priority 1885; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Evergreen Garden ditch (½ int.); Description of place of use: 5 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    FREDERICK W. COMBS, Talent, Ore. (Proof 116½, Vol. 3); Priority 1861; 0.19 second-foot; for Irrigation of 9 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Lynch & Davis ditch (½ int.); Description of place of use: 7 acres of the following described premises: Commencing 30 chains East of NW corner of Sec. 2, Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., thence South 30 chains; East 25.3 chains; North 30 chains; West 25.3 chains to the beginning; the same being as per maps of State Engineer in 40-acre tract as follows: 2 acres in NE¼NW¼; 7 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 2; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. LESLIE CORBETT & SARAH A. CUNNINGHAM, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 116, Vol. 3); Priority 1884; 20.00 second-feet; for Power and Quartz Mining (Nov. to May); Corbett & Cunningham ditch; Description of place of use: Quartz mines in S½S½ of SE¼NE¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1884; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres; Corbett & Cunningham ditch; Description of place of use: 1½ acres in SW¼NE¼; 1½ acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. S. CRAWFORD, Talent, Ore. (Proof 123, Vol. 3); Priority 1852; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1.5 acres; and Domestic and Stock; Wagner & Thornton ditch 1/12 int.); Description of place of use: 1.5 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JAMES FOXHALL, Talent, Ore. (Proof 123, Vol. 3); Priority 1852; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6.1 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Wagner & Thornton ditch (1/12 int.); Description of place of use: 6.1 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    OLIVER HELMS, Talent, Ore. (Proofs 121, 122 and 123, Vol. 3); Priority 1854; 0.17 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12.6 acres, and Stock; Rockfellow ditch (⅓ int.); Description of place of use: 3.8 acres in SW¼NE¼; 0.8 acre in SE¼NE¼; 2.5 acres in NE¼NE¼; 5.5 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JOSEPH M. & IDA M. KIRBY, Talent, Ore. (Proof 117, Vol. 3); Priority 1861; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Kirby ditch (owner); Description of place of use: 10 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 11, and in W½ of NW¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1861; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Arrastra gulch ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    H. S. LYNCH, Talent, Ore., Proof 117½, Vol. 3); Priority 1861; 0.08 second-foot; Lynch ditch (owner); 0.19 second-foot; Lynch & Davis ditch (½ int.) 0.15 second-foot; Lynch & Briner ditch (½ int.); 0.20 second-foot; Wolgamott ditch (interest not appearing); for Irrigation of 25 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Description of place of use: Beginning at NW corner of Sec. 2, Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., thence south 30 chains; thence east 30 chains; thence 30 chains north; thence west 30 chains to the place of beginning; also beginning 8 chains 80 links north of the SW corner of D.L.C. No. 37, Sec. 2, Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., thence east 22 chains and 75 links; north 36 chains 20 links; west 22 chains 75 links; south 36 chains 20 links, to beginning, Jackson County, Oregon.
    GEO. A. MORSE, Talent, Ore. (Proof 118, Vol. 3); Priority 1862; 4.00 second-feet; for Irrigation of 152.3 acres; Farmers ditch (⅔ int.); Description of place of use: 1.26 acres in SE¼NW¼; 0.8 acres in SW¼NE¼; 15.9 acres in NE¼SW¼; 9.68 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 22 (Lot 1); 1.14 acres in SE¼NW¼; 13.04 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 22 (E½ Lot 2); 3.09 acres in NE¼SW¼; 22.69 acres in SE¼SW¼; 1.44 acres in NW¼SE¼; 11.11 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 22; 3.96 acres in NE¼NW¼; 2.11 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 27 (Lot 3); 10.2 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 27 (Lot 7); 4.95 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 27 (E½ Lot 8) 0.6 acres in NE¼NW¼; 1.77 acres in SE¼NW¼; 6.39 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 27 (part of Lot 10); 2.82 acres in NE¼NW¼; 8.44 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 27 (Lot 11); 4.0 acres in NE¼NW¼; 7.0 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 27 (Lot 12); 0.63 acres in NE¼NW¼; 7. 93 acres in SE¼NW¼; 0.54 acres in NW¼NE¼; 1.70 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 27 (Lot 13); 1.19 acres in NW¼NE¼; 3.75 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 27 (W½ Lot 14); 1.63 acres in SW¼NW¼; 2.54 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 27 (N½ Lot 22); Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    RALPH E. PACKARD (Successor to William Packard), Talent, Ore. (Proof 119, Vol. 3); Priority 1862; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres; Farmers ditch (1/24 int.); Description of place of use: 6 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JAMES & MRS. A. M. PURVES, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 120, Vol. 3); Priority 1862; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Farmers ditch (1/24 int.); Description of place of use: 4 acres in SW¼NE¼; 8 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    FRED and MARTHA RAPP, Talent, Ore. (Proofs 121, 122, 123, Vol. 3); Priority 1854; 0.34 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30.34 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Rockfellow ditch (⅔ int.); (or Davenport ditch); Description of place of use: 0.1 acre in SW¼SW¼; 0.9 acre in SE¼SW¼; 0.3 acre in NW¼SW¼; 12.5 acres in NE¼SW¼; 2.54 acres in NE¼SE¼; 14 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1852; 0.75 second-foot; for Irrigation of 55.5 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Wagner & Thornton ditch (⅔ int.); (or Davenport ditch); Description of place of use: 9.1 acres in NE¼SW¼; 0.9 acre in NW¼SW¼; 0.2 acre in SW¼NW¼; 33.9 acres in SE¼NW¼; 7 acres in SW¼NE¼; 3.4 acres in NE¼NW¼; 1 acre in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1864; 1.25 second-feet; for Irrigation of 21.3 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Davenport ditch (entire int.); Description of place of use: The above described premises and 3.7 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 35; 6.5 acres in SE¼SW¼; 2.7 acres in NW¼SE¼; 8.4 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    DELLA M. ROPER (fee title), and HANNAH E. ROBINSON (life estate), Talent, Ore. (Proof 124, Vol. 3); Priority 1862; 0.75 second-foot; for Irrigation of 35 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Farmers ditch (⅛ int.); Description of place of use: 25.acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 27; 10 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MELISSA A. SCOTT, Talent, Ore. (Proof 125, Vol. 3); Priority 1881; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres; Phelps ditch (½ int.); Description of place of use: 2 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    SHORTY HOPE MINING & MILLING CO., a corporation, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 126, Vol. 3); Priority 1897; 10.00 second-feet; for Power (120 horsepower), Mining and Domestic use; (Nov. to May); Shorty Hope ditch (entire int.); Description of place of use: Quartz mines situated on Bear Gulch, Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MRS. L. A. TERRILL, Talent, Ore. (Prof 127, Vol. 3); Priority 1885; 0.15 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres; Evergreen Garden ditch (½ int.); Description of place of use: 6 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. C. WARD, Talent, Ore. (Proof 127½, Vol. 3); Priority 1861; 0.18 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Torrey or Allen ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres of the following described premises: Beginning at the SE corner Sec. 2, Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., thence West 13 chains; South 20 chains; West 7 chains; North 15 chains; East 5 chains to Wagner Creek; thence along creek northwesterly to where it intersects South line of D.L.C. No. 37, said Tp. and R. thence East 2.25 chains; North 14.75 chains; East 25 chains; South 20 chains, to place of beginning, containing 65½ acres of land; Jackson County, Oregon.
    R. J. WARD, Talent, Ore. (Proof 128, Vol. 3); Priority 1881; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre; Phelps ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in Gov. Lot No. 4, in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 2; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    T. H. WEEDON, Talent, Ore. (Proof 129, Vol. 3); Priority 1861; 0.18 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres, and Domestic use; Torrey or Allen ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres of the following described lands: E½ NE¼NE¼; Sec. 11; also a strip of land 2 chains 50 links wide and 20 chains long off East side of W½ NE¼NE¼; of said Sec., being 30 rods wide, East and West, and 80 rods long North and South, except 5 acres in NW corner thereof; all in Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    C. W. WOLTERS, Talent, Ore. (Proof 123, Vol. 3); Priority 1852; 0.19 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6.3 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Wagner & Thornton ditch; Description of place of use: 3.3 acres in NE¼NW¼; 3 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
RAIL GULCH,
A Tributary of Wagner Creek.
    A. W. LACEY, Route 1, Box 41, Talent, Oregon (Successor to A. L. Wimer, Talent, Ore.); (Proof 141, Vol. 3); Priority 1902; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres, and Domestic use; Wimer ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
JENNISON GULCH,
A Tributary of Bear Creek.
    SAMUEL J. EVANS, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 147, Vol. 3); Priority May 3rd, 1882; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres, and Domestic use; Hamilton ditch and storage reservoir; Description of place of use; 20 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 23; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
PACKARD GULCH,
A Tributary of Wagner Creek (Spring Branch).
    WELBORN BEESON, Talent, Ore. (Proof 147½, Vol. 3); Priority 1889; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Spring ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 35; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
YANK GULCH,
A Tributary of Wagner Creek.
    W. H. BARLOW, Talent, Ore. (Proof 142, Vol. 3); Priority 1906; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres; Barlow ditch (sole owner); Description of place of use: 2 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    FRANK KERBY, Talent, Ore. (Proof 143, Vol. 3); Priority 1855; 0.19 second-foot; for Irrigation of 11 acres, and Domestic & Stock use; Kerby & Lynch ditch (¼ int.); Description of place of use: 11 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 3; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    WILLIAM KERBY, Talent, Ore. (Proof 144, Vol. 3); Priority 1855; 0.17 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Kerby & Lynch ditch (¼ int.); Description of place of use; 6¾ acres in NE¼SW¼; 3¼ acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 3; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    HARRY S. LYNCH, Talent, Ore. (Proof 145, Vol. 3); Priority 1855; 0.35 second-foot; for Irrigation of 28 acres, and Domestic and Stock use: Kerby & Lynch ditch (¼ int.); Description of place of use: 28 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 2; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    T. H. LYNCH, Tonopah, Nev. (Proof 146, Vol. 3); Priority 1855; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Kerby & Lynch ditch (¼ int.); Description of place of use: 8 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 3; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
HOLTON CREEK,
A Tributary of Wagner Creek.
    HENRY AND FRANK KIRBY, Talent, Ore. (Prof 130, Vol. 3); Priority 1899; 0.07 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2½ acres; Kirby ditch No. 1 (owners); Description of place of use: 2½ acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 3; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 131, Vol. 3); Priority Apr. 1908; 0.12 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres; Kirby ditch No. 2 (owners); Description of place of use: 7 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 3; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 132, Vol. 3); Priority 1895; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; Hause or Kirby ditch No. 3 (owners); Description of place of use: 2½ acres in NW¼NE¼; 4½ acres in NE¼NW¼; 1 acre in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 3; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 133, Vol. 3); Priority Apr. 1907; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Kirby ditch No. 4; Description of place of use: 4 acres in NE¼NW¼; 1 acre in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 3; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 134, Vol. 3); Priority 1906; 0.24 second-foot; for Irrigation of 18½ acres; Kirby ditch No. 5; Description of place of use: 8 acres in NW¼NE¼; ½ acre in SW¼NE¼; 10 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 3; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    HENRY KIRBY, Talent, Ore. (Proof 135, Vol. 3); Priority Apr. 1897; 0.063 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2½ acres; Kirby ditch No. 5; Description of place of use: 2½ acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 3; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 136, Vol. 3); Priority 1887; 0.113 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6¾ acres; Kirby ditch No. 6; Description of place of use: 6¾ acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 3; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 137, Vol. 3); Priority 1902; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Kirby ditch No. 7; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 3; Tp. 39 S R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    F. E. W. SMITH, Talent, Ore. (Proof 138, Vol. 3); Priority 1887; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres, and Domestic use; Smith ditch No. 1; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 139, Vol. 3); Priority 1906; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres; Smith ditch No. 2; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
HORN CREEK,
A Tributary of Wagner Creek.
    HENRY M. CHAMBERLAIN, Talent, Ore. (Proof 140, Vol. 3); Priority 1899; 0.143 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Chamberlain ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
ANDERSON CREEK,
A Tributary of Bear Creek.
    E. K. ANDERSON, ESTATE OF, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 90, Vol. 2); Priority, 1861; 6.00 second-feet; for Mining (Nov. 1st to May 1st); Anderson ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mines in Sections 16, 21 and 28, Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MARY A. BAILEY, Talent, Ore. (Proofs 91-92, Vol. 2); Priority 1857; 0.09 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Hurley & Baldwin ditch; Description of place of use: 1½ acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 34; 5½ acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ELIZABETH BRISTOW, Talent, Ore. (Proof 94, Vol. 2); Priority 1892; 0.075 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres; Snider ditch; Description of place of use: 1½ acres in NE¼SW¼; 1½ acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JOSEPH B. BRISTOW, Talent, Ore. (Proof 93, Vol. 2); Priority 1907; 0.025 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre; Bristow ditch; Description of place of use: ½ acre in NW¼SE¼; ½ acre in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MRS. MARIAN M. DOLE (Successor to N. D. Brophy), Medford, Ore. (Proof 95, Vol. 2); Priority 1857; 0.37 second-foot; for Irrigation of 29 acres, and Domestic use; Baldwin ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SW¼NW¼; 16 acres in SE¼NW¼; 8 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    N. D. BROPHY, Medford, Ore. (Proof 96, Vol. 2); Priority 1887; 0.37 second-foot; for Irrigation of 29 acres; Burns ditch; Description of place of use: 15 acres in NE¼NW¼; 10 acres in NW¼NW¼; 4 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MRS. MARIAN M. DOLE (Successor to N. D. Brophy), Medford, Ore. (Proof 97, Vol. 2); Priority 1862; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Howell ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M. (Supplemental to Baldwin ditch); Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. T. BUCK, Talent, Ore. (Proof 98, Vol. 2); Priority 1906; 0.125 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres, and Domestic use; Buck ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 1, W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    C. CAREY, Talent, Ore. (Proof 99, Vol. 2); Priority 1904; 0.025 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre, and Domestic use; Carey ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 15; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    HENRY P. FLURY, Talent, Ore. (Proof 102, Vol. 2); Priority 1901; 0.125 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Jack Walker ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JOHN H. FULLER, Talent, Ore. (Proof 101, Vol. 2); Priority 1899; 0.40 second-foot; for Irrigation of 24 acres, and Stock; Fuller ditch; Description of place of use: 24 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 27; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ADA M. JUDSON, Talent, Ore. (Proof 103, Vol. 2); Priority 1906; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres, and Domestic use; Judson ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NW¼NE¼; 10 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also under Fraser Gulch, post.)
    GEORGE A. MORSE, Talent, Ore. (Proof 104, Vol. 2); Priority 1852; 1.00 second-foot; for Irrigation of 80 acres; Farmers and Small ditches; Description of place of use: 80 acres of 152.3 acres as follows: 1.26 acres in SE¼NW¼; 0.8 acres in SW¼NE¼; 15.9 acres in NE¼SW¼; 9.68 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 22 (Lot 1); 1.14 acres in SE¼NW¼; 13.04 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 22 (E½ Lot 2); 3.09 ac. in NE¼SW¼; 22.69 acres in SE¼SW¼; 1.44 acres in NW¼SE¼; 11.11 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 22; 3.96 acres in NE¼NW¼; 2.11 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 27 (Lot 3); 10.2 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 27 (Lot 7); 4.95 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 27 (E½ Lot 8); 0.6 acres in NE¼NW¼; 1.77 acres in SE¼NW¼; 6.39 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 27 (part of Lot 10); 2.82 acres in NE¼NW¼; 8.44 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 27 (Lot 11); 4.0 acres in NE¼NW¼; 7.0 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 27 (Lot 12); 0.63 acre in NE¼NW¼; 7.93 acres in SE¼NW¼; 0.54 acres in NW¼NE¼; 1.70 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 27 (Lot 13); 1.19 acres in NW¼NE¼; 3.75 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 27 (W½ Lot 14); 1.63 acres in SW¼NW¼; 2.54 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 27 (N½ Lot 22); Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    DELLA M. ROPER & HANNAH E. ROBISON, Medford, Ore. (Proof 106, Vol. 2); Priority 1865; 0.7 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres, and Domestic, Stock and Power purposes; Robison ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. Power developed on above premises.
    (Proof 107, Vol. 2); Priority 1866; 0.44 second-foot; for Irrigation of 35 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Farmers ditch; Description of place of use: 25 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 27; 10 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    T. E. SCANTLIN, Medford, Ore. (Proof 108, Vol. 2); Priority 1900; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Farmers ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NE¼SW¼; 10 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 27; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. E. STEELE, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 108½, Vol. 2); Priority 1906; 0.15 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Steele ditches; Description of place of use: 8 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 33; 2 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 34, Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    E. A. WELCH, Medford, Ore. (Proof 109, Vol. 2); Priority 1896; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Welch ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SW¼SW¼; 4 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
FRAZIER GULCH,
A Tributary of Anderson Creek.
    GEORGE W. CARTER, Talent, Ore. (Proof 110, Vol. 2); Priority 1879; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres, and Domestic use; Carter ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ADA M. JUDSON, Talent, Ore. (Proof 103, Vol. 2); Priority 1879; 0.05 second-foot; for Domestic use; Pipe; for Domestic and Household uses on lands of this claimant hereinbefore described.
GRIFFIN CREEK,
A Tributary of Bear Creek.
    S. J. T. MEADOWS, Medford, Ore. (Proof 71, Vol. 2); Priority 1903; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres, and Domestic use; Meadows ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SW¼NE¼; 2 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 23, Tp. 38 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    H. C. MAURY, Central Point, Ore. (Proof 72, Vol. 2); Priority 1876; 0.38 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30 acres; Maury ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NE¼SW¼; 20 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 15; Tp. 37 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    AGNES M. GEARY, 643 Holly St., Portland, Ore. (Proof 73, Vol. 2); Priority 1895; 0.18 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Geary ditch No. 1; Description of place of use: 12 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 15; Tp. 38 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    W. H. FIELDS, Medford, Ore. (Proof 74, Vol. 2); Priority 1887; 0.04 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1½ acres and Domestic use; Fields ditch; Description of place of use: 1½ acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 38 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
POST GULCH,
A Tributary of Griffin Creek.
    THOMAS M. BARR, Medford, Ore. (Proof 75, Vol. 2); Priority 1884; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres; Barr ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 38 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
MURPHY CREEK,
A Tributary of Griffin Creek.
    AGNES M. GEARY, Portland, Ore. (Proof 76, Vol. 2); Priority 1907; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres; Geary ditch No. 2; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 15; 1 acre in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 38 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (Proof 77, Vol. 2)--See Paragraph 9.
BERKELEY ORCHARD SPRINGS,
A Tributary of Griffin Creek.
    A. P. STOVER, Medford, Ore. (Proof 77½, Vol. 2); Priority 1880; 0.03 second-foot; for Domestic and Stock use; Troughs and Pipe; Description of place of use: Lands in Sec. 4, Tp. 38 S. R. 2 W. W.M. Jackson County, Oregon.
JACKSON CREEK,
A Tributary of Bear Creek.
    EMIL BRITT and MOLLIE BRITT, FREDERICA HEELEY, LEANDER H.
HANNA and H. K. HANNA, Jacksonville, Ore. (Proof 78, Vol. 2); Priority 1853;
0.16 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres, and Domestic use; Britt ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 37 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    EMIL BRITT, Jacksonville, Ore. (Proof 79, Vol. 2); (Priority 1864; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Veit Schutz Brewery ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 37 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    CHRISTIAN KRETZER, Jacksonville, Ore. (Proof 80, Vol. 2); Priority 1888;
0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of ½ acre, and Domestic use; Buckeye ditch; Description of place of use: ½ acre in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 25; Tp. 37 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
WILLOW CREEK,
A Tributary of Jackson Creek.
    B. W. HUSTON, Central Point, Ore. (Proof 81, Vol. 2); Priority 1899; 7.50
second-feet; for Mining, Dec. 1 to June 1; Huston ditch; water returned to stream in Sec. 36, Tp. 37 S. R. 2 W. W.M.; Description of place of use: Mines in E½ NE¼NW¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 37 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
WALKER CREEK,
A Tributary of Jackson Creek.
    WALTER MACKAY and FLETCHER LINN, 1214 Macadam St., Portland, Ore. (Proof 82, Vol. 2); Priority 1865; 0.75 second-foot; for Irrigation of 60 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Linn ditch; Description of place of use: 40 acres in NW¼SE¼; 20 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 37 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
COLEMAN CREEK,
A Tributary of Bear Creek.
    HAROLD H. CORLISS, Talent, Ore. (Proof 83, Vol. 2); Priority 1880; 0.19 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; Fish and Corliss or Liddle ditch; Description of place of use: 9 acres in SW¼SE¼; 6 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 16; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    THEO J. FISH, Phoenix, Ore. (Proof 84, Vol. 2); Priority 1880; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Fish and Corliss or Liddle ditch; Description of place of use: 14 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 16; 6 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 15; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JACK M. and MARY H. MARTIN, Medford, Ore. (Proof 85, Vol. 2); Priority 1861; 0.15 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres, and Domestic use; Sergent ditch; Description of place of use: 9 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 20; 2¾ acres in NE¼SE¼; ¼ acre in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 86, Vol. 2); Priority 1859; 2.75 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1 to May 1; Creek bed (water not diverted); Description of place of use: Placer mines in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., along bed of Coleman Creek, Jackson County, Oregon.
    SARAH L. WHEELER, Medford, Ore. (Proofs 88-89, Vol. 2); Priority 1865; 0.24 second-foot; for Irrigation of 19 acres; Boxley ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in SW¼SE¼; 2 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 17; 4 acres in NE¼NE¼; 12 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
PHIPPS GULCH, 
A Tributary of Coleman Creek.
    D. M. WATT, 315 W. Quartz St., Butte, Montana (Proof 87, Vol. 2); Priority 1900; 2.50 second-feet; for Hydraulic Mining, Nov. 1 to May 1, Power (10 horsepower), and Domestic use; Upper and Lower Reservoirs and Ditches; water is returned to stream on said lands after use; Description of place of use: Placer mines in E½ SW¼; NW¼SE¼; E½ SW¼SE¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
EVANS CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    GEORGE BEERS--See Paragraph 7.
    WM. G. BREEDING--See Old Mill Ditch & Irrigation Co., Paragraph 7.
    R. CARTER, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 366, Vol. 7); Priority 1893; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Carter ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 3; Tp. 35 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ED. DIMMICK--See Paragraph 7.
    BARBARA E. ESTELL--See Old Mill Ditch & Irrigation Co., Paragraph 7.
    WALTER GALBREATH--See Paragraph 7.
    WM. HILLIS--See Paragraph 7.
    J. B. HILLIS--See Paragraph 7.
    O. W. MILLER--See Paragraph 7.
    MARY J. MOORE, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 375, Vol. 7); Priority 1896; 0.52 second-foot; for Irrigation of 31 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Williams & Whalen ditch; Description of place of use: 9 acres in NE¼NW¼; 22 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 35 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GERUSHA M. MOORE (Proof 376, Vol. 7); Williams & Whalen ditch--Adjudicated to W. A. Van Goethen.
    JESSE NEATHAMMER--See Paragraph 7.
    OLD MILL DITCH & IRRIGATION COMPANY.--See Paragraph 7.
    O. C. ODEN (Proof 378, Vol. 7); Priority 1896; Williams & Whalen ditch--Adjudicated to W. A. Van Goethen.
    PAUL S. SEELEY--See Paragraph 7.
    BERTHA R. SHARP.--See Paragraph 7.
    LOUIS SIVERS--Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 381, Vol. 7); Priority 1898; 0.32 second-foot; for Irrigation of 13 acres; Sivers ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NE¼SW¼; 2 acres in SE¼SW¼; 1 acre in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 34 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MARGARET E. TAYLOR, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 382, Vol. 7); Priority 1896; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Williams & Whalen ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 12; 5 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 1, Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ED THOMPSON and C. W. WILCOX, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 383, Vol. 7); Priority Mar. 1, 1907; 0.67 second-foot; for Irrigation of 40 acres; Williams & Whalen ditch (permissive use); Description of place of use: 32 acres in NE¼SE¼; 8 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    WM. W. WILLIAMS, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 387, Vol. 7); Priority 1896; 0.38 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Williams & Whalen ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 11, Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    W. A. VAN GOETHEN--See Paragraph 7.
    WILLIAM WAGGONER, Nordhoff, Cal. (Proof 385, Vol. 7); Priority 1896; 0.39 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Williams & Whalen ditch; Description of place of use: 2.0 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M. Jackson County, Oregon.
SUGAR PINE CREEK,
A Tributary of Evans Creek.
    JAMES F. MILTON, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 388, Vol. 7); Priority June 9, 1906; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre; Milton ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
FIELDER CREEK,
A Tributary of Evans Creek.
    E. E. OMAN, Jacksonville, Ore. (Proof 389, Vol. 7); Priority 1882; 0.35 second-foot; for Irrigation of 14 acres; Upper & Lower Oman ditches; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SW¼NW¼; 12 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
TRIMBLE CREEK,
A Tributary of Evans Creek.
    FERN VALE RANCH, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 390, Vol. 7); Priority 1900; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Fern Vale ditch; Description of place of use: 12 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 27; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. 
POTTER CREEK NO. 1,
A Tributary of Evans Creek.
    S. F. POTTER, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 391, Vol. 7); Priority 1901; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres; Potter ditch No. 1; Description of place of use: 3 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 22; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
POTTER CREEK NO. 2,
A Tributary of Evans Creek.
    S. F. POTTER, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 392, Vol. 7); Priority 1901; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres; Potter ditch No. 2; Description of place of use; 3 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 22; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
RED DITCH CREEK,
A Tributary of Evans Creek.
    GEO. W. DEWEY, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 394, Vol. 7); Priority 1882; 0.35 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres, and Domestic use; Bennett ditch; Description of place of use: 15 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 21; Tp. 35 S. R, 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
NEATHAMMER GULCH,
A Tributary of Evans Creek.
    DAN NEATHAMMER, Rogue. River, Ore. (Proof 395, Vol. 7); Priority 1874; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Neathammer ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 34 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
PLEASANT CREEK,
A Tributary of Evans Creek.
    GEO. W. BLALOCK, Grave [Creek], Ore. (Proof 396, Vol. 7); Priority 1891; 0.16 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; Upper Wakeman or Big ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SW¼SE¼; 4 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 22; Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    DAN CAMERON, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 397, Vol. 7); Priority 1860; 20.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to June 1st; Upper Wakeman or Big ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mines located in Sections 15, 22 and 27, Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W. M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1862; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres; Upper Wakeman or Big ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 22; Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 399, Vol. 7); Priority 1861; 5.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to June 1st; Collins ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mining in Sections 22 and 28, Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    LONE STAR MINING COMPANY, Rogue River, Ore., Priority 1862; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Collins ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 22; Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 400, Vol. 7); Priority Mar. 27, 1900; 15.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to June 1st; Highline ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mining in SW¼; Sec. 10; W½ Sec. 15; and W½ Sec. 22; Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    LONE STAR MINING COMPANY, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 401, Vol. 7); Priority 1893; 10.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to June 1st; Leason ditch; Description of place of use: Placer Mining in W½; Sec. 22 and in W½ Sec. 15; Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    CHARLES OWENS, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 404, Vol. 7); Priority 1877; 0.34 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres, and Domestic & Stock use; Lower Wakeman (by permission); Description of place of use: 10 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec 34; Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W.M.; 10 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 3; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 12).
    A. H. QUATMAN, Willows, Glenn Co., Calif. (Proof 405, Vol. 7); Priority 1875; 0.60 second-foot; for Irrigation of 36 acres; Lower Wakeman ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in NW¼NW¼; 5 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 34; 11 acres in NE¼NE¼; 6 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 33; 6 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1875; 12.50 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to June 1st; Lower Wakeman ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mines in W½ NW¼; Sec. 34; E½ NE¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
RIGHT FORK OF PLEASANT CREEK,
    DAN CAMERON, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 398, Vol. 7); Priority 1865; 5.00
second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to June 1st; Moore ditch; water to be returned to stream within the limits of section 15, Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W.M.; Description of place of use: Placer mining located in Sec. 15; Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
BROWN GULCH,
A Tributary of Pleasant Creek.
    A. C. MANNING, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 406, Vol. 7); Priority 1901; 0.15 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres; Manning ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
QUEENS BRANCH,
A Tributary of Pleasant Creek.
    J. C. CALVER, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 407, Vol. 7); Priority 1868; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre, and Domestic use; Calvin ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JOSHUA NEATHAMMER, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 408, Vol. 7); Priority 1888; 0.59 second-foot; for Irrigation of 41 acres; Neathammer ditch; Description of place of use: 18 acres in NW¼SW¼; 23 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    PAUL S. SEELEY, 144 N. 19th Street, Portland, Ore. (Proof 409, Vol. 7); Priority 1899; 0.17 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and Domestic use; Ingledue ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 35 S. R. 4.W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
DITCH CREEK,
A Tributary of Pleasant Creek.
    JAS. OWENS, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 410, Vol. 7); Priority 1891; 0.40 second-feet; for Irrigation of 27½ acres; Owens ditch; Description of place of use: 25 acres in SW¼NE¼; 2½ acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    CHARLES WILLIAMS, ESTATE OF, Rogue River, Ore. (Miscellaneous Claims); Priority 1877; 1.28 second-feet; for Irrigation of 84.59 acres; Williams ditch; Description of place of use: 14.39 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 28; 21.69 acres in NW¼NW¼; 17.72 acres in SW¼NW¼; 21.56 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 33; 0.58 acres in SE¼NE¼; 8.65 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. 
NORTH FORK DIXIE GULCH,
A Tributary of Ditch Creek.
    J. C. SMITH, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 411, Vol. 7); Priority 1891; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres; Smith ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 32, Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
BRUSH GULCH,
A Tributary of Pleasant Creek.
    F. M. SMITH, Jacksonville, Ore. (Proof 412, Vol. 7); Priority 1882; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres, and Domestic use; Smith ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 21; Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
COLLINS GULCH,
A Tributary of Pleasant Creek.
    F. M. SMITH, Jacksonville, Ore. (Proof 413, Vol. 7); Priority 1904; 0.16 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; Smith ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 21; Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. G. SHEBLEY, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 414, Vol. 7); Priority 1895; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres; Collins ditch No. 2; Description of place of use: 3 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 22; Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1895; 5.0 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to June 1st; Collins ditch No. 2; water to be returned to stream in said Sec. 22; Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W.M.; Description of place of use: Placer mines located in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 22; Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
A. K. GULCH,
A Tributary of Pleasant Creek.
    LONE STAR MINING COMPANY, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 415, Vol. 7); Priority 1893; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Leason ditch; Description of place of use: 12 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 15; Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1893; 5.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to June 1st; Leason ditch; Description of place of use: Lone Star Mining Company placer mine in Sec. 15, Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
FRYS GULCH,
A Tributary of Pleasant Creek.
    HENRY ODEN, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 416, Vol. 7); Priority 1901; 0.10
second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres, and Stock; Oden ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
BOULDER CREEK,
A Tributary of Pleasant Creek.
    WM. M. ODEN, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 417, Vol. 7); Priority Feb. 2, 1898; 6.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to June 1st; Boulder Creek ditch; water to be returned to stream above south line of said Sec. 10; Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W.M.; Description of place of use: Mines located in E½ SW¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SYKES CREEK,
A Tributary of Evans Creek.
    WM. HILLIS, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 418, Vol. 7); Priority 1875; 0.15 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres, and Domestic use; Hull ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ELIZABETH A. SIMERVILLE, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 421, Vol. 7); Priority 1885; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Sykes Creek ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NE¼SW¼; 5 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
MAYS CREEK,
A Tributary of Evans Creek.
    DAN NEATHAMMER, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 419, Vol. 7); Priority 1906; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres; Neathammer ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 35 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    STREETS, BAGLEY & SAUNDERS, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 420, Vol. 7); Priority 1901; 0.52; second-foot; for Irrigation of 36 acres; Mays Creek ditch; Description of place of use: 24 acres in NE¼NW¼; 3 acres in NW¼NW¼; 9 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 35 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
WELLS CREEK,
A Tributary of West Fork Evans Creek.
    W. H. PATTILLO, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 422, Vol. 7); Priority 1875; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres, and Stock; J. B. Montgomery ditch; Description of place of use; 15 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 23; Tp. 34  S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
EAST FORK EVANS CREEK,
A Tributary of Evans Creek.
    J. P. DINKENS, Beagle, Ore. (Proof 423, Vol. 7); Priority 1907; 0.27 second-foot; for Irrigation of 16 acres, and Domestic use; Dinkens ditch; Description of place of use: 16 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 33 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    H. K. HANNA (Successor to Helene Hanna), Jacksonville, Ore. (Proof 370, Vol. 7); Priority Oct. 15, 1887; 0.90 second-foot; for Irrigation of 54 acres, and Domestic use; John Sisemore ditch; Description of place of use: 17 acres in E½ W½ SW¼; and W½ E½ SW¼; Sec. 4; 20 acres in NE¼NW¼; 17 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 34 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    FINIS MAYFIELD (Successor to Joe Mayfield), Beagle, Ore. (Proof 424, Vol.
7); Priority 1888; 0.67 second-foot; for Irrigation of 40 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Mayfield ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SE¼SW¼; 5 acres in SW¼SW¼; 5 acres in SE¼NW¼; 19 acres in NE¼SW¼; 1 acre in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 16; Tp. 34 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    W. H. PATTILLO, Grants Pass, Ore., (Proof 425, Vol. 7); Priority 1892; 0.65 second-foot; for Irrigation of 38½ acres; Bybee ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 25; 6 acres in SE¼NE¼; 7 acres in NE¼SW¼; 8
acres in SW¼SW¼; 3½ acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 34 S. R. 3 W. W.M.; 2 acres in NE¼NW¼; 2 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 34 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    D. W. STURGESS, Beagle, Ore. (Proof 426, Vol. 7); Priority 1888; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 18 acres, and Domestic & Stock use; Mayfield ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 20; 6 acres in NW¼NW¼; 4 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 21; Tp. 34 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. M. STEVENS, Beagle, Ore. (Miscellaneous Claims), Priority 1888; 0.35 second-foot; for Irrigation of 21 acres, and Stock; Mayfield ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in NE¼SE¼; 3 acres in NW¼SE¼; 10 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 34 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SPIGNET CREEK,
A Tributary of East Fork of Evans Creek.
    W. H. PATTILLO, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 425, Vol. 7); (Priority 1871; 0.65 second-foot; for Irrigation of 38½ acres; Spignet ditch; A right to supplement the water diverted from East Fork of Evans Creek through Bybee ditch for lands described under said Bybee ditch.
BEAR BRANCH,
A Tributary of Evans Creek.
    ORA JONES, Vavenby, B.C. (Miscellaneous Claims); Priority 1878; 0.18 second-foot; for Irrigation of 14 acres; Jones ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NE¼SW¼; 9 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 21; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    F. E. MILLER (Successor to G. B. Richmond), Rogue River, Ore.--See Paragraph 9.
DUTCHER CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    C. M. LATHROP, DEC'D., ESTATE OF, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 427, Vol. 8); Priority Jan. 23, 1904; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres; Sunnyside ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 14, Tp. 36 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
EAST FORK OF GILBERT CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    WILL SCOVILLE, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 428, Vol. 8); Priority May 22, 1894; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Scoville ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 36 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    WALTER SACKMANN (Successor to T. J. Muzzall), Grants Pass, Ore.; Priority May 22, 1894; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Scoville ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 5, Tp. 36 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
SPRINGS IN SECS. 29 AND 82, TP. 35 S. R. 5 W. W.M.,
A Tributary of Gilbert Creek.
    O. W. MURRAY, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 429, Vol. 8); Priority 1895; 0.10
second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Murray ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 32, Tp. 35 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
SPRING BRANCH,
A Tributary of Gilbert Creek.
    EMMA G. WHEELER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 430, Vol. 8); Priority April, 1891; 0.15 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and storage; Wheeler ditch and reservoir (See also Paragraph 10); Description of place of use: 2 acres in SW¼NW¼; 8 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 5; Reservoir in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 36 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
OWL CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    P. H. ROBINSON & J. L. SHASKA, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 431, Vol. 8); Priority 1902; 10.00 second-feet; for Mining, Dec. 1st to May 1st (10 horsepower); Shaska ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mines in SE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 36 S. R. 5 W. W.M.; Arrastra and Mill in Sec. 32; Tp. 36 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (Water returned to creek.)
JONES CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    H. W. EDWARDS, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 432, Vol. 8); Priority 1892; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Edwards ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 15; Tp. 36 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
EAST FORK OF JONES CREEK
(Including Hellen Gulch).

    GOLDEN DRIFT MINING CO., Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 433, Vol. 8); Priority June, 1896; 7.00 second-feet; Middle ditch (Proof 435, Vol. 8); Priority 1896; 7.00 second-feet; Upper ditch (Proof 434, Vol. 8); Priority 1896; for 7.00 second-feet; for Mining, Dec. 1st to May 1st; Lower ditch; Description of place of use: Golden Drift Placer mine in Sections 14 and 15; Tp. 36 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    A. H. MEADE, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 436, Vol. 8); Priority 1894; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre; Meade ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 11, Tp. 36 S R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
GREENS CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    H. M. BARTLETT, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 437, Vol. 8); Priority 1905; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres; Bartlett ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 26, Tp. 36 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
DODGE CREEK and SPRING,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    P. K. GORDON--See Paragraph 7.
SAVAGE CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    JOHN KINKLE, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 439, Vol. 8); Priority 1894; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Kinkle ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 6, Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. C. SAVAGE, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 440, Vol. 8); Priority 1888; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 11½ acres; Orme ditch; Description of place of use: 11 acres in NE¼SW¼; ½ acre in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
RIGHT AND LEFT FORKS OF SAVAGE CREEK.
    AGNES E. FAHS, Box 403, Grants Pass, Ore. (Miscellaneous Claims); Priority 1901; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 18 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Merrick ditches; Description of place of use: 1½ acres in SE¼NW¼; 3½ acres in SW¼NW¼; 4½ acres in NW¼SW¼; 8½ acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 31; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SCHIEFFELIN CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    W. C. LONG, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 441, Vol. 8); Priority 1881; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre; Long ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
WARDS CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    ELMER E. BAGLEY, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 442, Vol. 8); Priority 1901; 2½ second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st, Bagley ditch; Description of place of use; Placer Mines in the W½ SE¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 443, Vol. 8); Priority 1901; 2½ second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Bagley ditch No. 2; Description of use: Placer Mines in W½ SE¼; and W½ NE¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 444, Vol. 8); Priority 1889; 0.42 second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres; Bagley ditch No. 3; Description of place of use: 4 acres in NE¼SW¼; 18 acres in SE¼SW¼; 3 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MEADOWBROOK ORCHARD CO., Medford, Ore. (Proof 445, Vol. 8); Priority 1904; 0.45 second-foot; for Irrigation of 27 acres; Wards Creek ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SW¼NE¼; 3 acres in SE¼NE¼; 8 acres in NE¼SW¼; 6 acres in NW¼SW¼; 5 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 36 S. R., 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    LIZZIE HALE, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 446, Vol. 8); Priority June 23, 1888; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6½ acres, and Domestic use; Trimble ditch; Description of place of use; 6½ acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
BIRDSEYE CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    CLARA S. BIRDSEYE, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 447, Vol. 8); Priority 1855. 0.85 second-foot; for Irrigation of 53 acres; Birdseye ditch; Description of place of use: 15 acres in NE¼SE¼; 9 acres in NW¼SE¼; 10 acres in SW¼SE¼; 25 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 27; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M. (D.L.C. No. 4), Jackson County, Oregon.
    BOLING & BOLING, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 448, Vol. 8); Priority 1895; 5.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Shorey ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mine in SW¼NE¼; N½ NE¼; and NE¼NW¼; Sec. 3, Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., and SE¼SE¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
RIGHT FORK OF BIRDSEYE CREEK.
    W. M. HIATT, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 449, Vol. 8); Priority 1877; 5.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Mathis ditches; water returned to stream immediately below said claims; Description of place of use: Placer claim in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    E. W. TILTON, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 450, Vol. 8); Priority 1866; 0.29 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Tilton ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 26, Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
LEFT FORK OF BIRDSEYE CREEK.
    GUSTAV POYER--See Paragraph 9.
WHITE SPRING BRANCH,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    MARY F. WHITE & SONS, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 452, Vol. 8); Priority 1871, 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre, and Domestic use; White ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 26;.Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
RIGHT AND LEFT FORKS OF FOOTS CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    ABBIE J. CHAMPLIN, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 460, Vol. 8); Priority 1857; 10.00 second-feet; for Placer mining and dredging, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Magruder ditch; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Mining property situated in Sections 2, 11 and 12, Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M.; and Sections 25, 35 and 36, Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (See also under Left or East Fork of Foots Creek); 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Magruder ditch; Description of place of use: 12 acres in Lot 3; Sec. 35; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
RIGHT OR WEST FORK OF FOOTS CREEK.
    MARTHA J. HOSMER and GRANT MATHEWS (Successors to N. Hosmer); Gold Hill, Oregon; Priority 1857; amount of water 0.38 second-feet, for Irrigation of 15 acres; Hosmer ditch; Description of land or place of use: the East ½ of the East ½ of Section 10; the West ½ of the West ½ of Section 11; the Northeast ¼ of the Southwest ¼, and the Northwest ¼ of the Southeast ¼ of Section 11, all in Township 37 South, Range 4 West of Willamette Meridian.
    Priority 1867; 5.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Hosmer ditch; Priority 1898; 10.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Hand and Dick ditch; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Placer mines in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JOSIE FRANCIS STUMBO, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 454, Vol. 8); Priority 1888; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres; Stumbo ditch; Description of place of use: 1½ acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 11; 1½ acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1888; 5.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Stumbo ditch; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Placer mines in NW¼NE¼; and NE¼NW¼; Sec. 14; and SE¼SW¼; and SW¼SE¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JOHN B. MATTIS, DECEASED, ESTATE OF (Mary Mattis, Administratrix), Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof pp. 39-42, Vol. 23, Misc. Claims); Priority 1867; 5.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Hosmer ditch; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Placer mines in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 15; Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1879; 0.15 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Mattis ditch; Description of place of use; 6 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ED. BOLING & N. HOSMER, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 456, Vol. 8); Priority 1866; 15.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Glenn ditch and Boling and Hosmer ditches and creek channels; water to be returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Placer Mines in S½; Sec. 22; and N½; Sec. 27; Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (This right includes the use of the Left and Middle Forks of the Right Fork).
    GEO. LANCE & Marion Lance, Medford, Ore. (Proof 457, Vol. 8); Priority 1861; 15.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; O'Hara and Moore ditch and creek channel; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Placer Mines in the E½ of Sec. 22; and SE¼ of Sec. 15; Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also under Long and Iron Gulches).
    ELLA L. SHORT--See Paragraph 9.
LONG GULCH,
A Tributary of Right Fork of Foots Creek.
    GEO. and MARION LANCE, Medford, Ore. (Proof 457, Vol. 8); Priority 1881; 2½ second-foot; for Hydraulic Placer Mining, Nov 1st to May 1st; Lance ditch and pipe line; water returned to Right Fork of Foots Creek; Description of place of use: Placer mines as above described under O'Hara and Moore ditch.
IRON GULCH,
A Tributary of Right Fork of Foots Creek.
    GEO. and MARION LANCE, Medford, Ore. (Proof 457, Vol. 8); Priority 1881; 1¾ second-feet; Hydraulic Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Lance ditch; water returned to Right Fork of Foots Creek; Description of place of use: Placer Mines as above described under O'Hara and Moore ditch.
    G. W. MATTHEWS, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 467, Vol. 8); Priority 1875; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre; Matthews ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 15; Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
LEFT OR EAST FORK OF FOOTS CREEK.
    ABBIE J. CHAMPLIN, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 459, Vol. 8); Priority 1856; 5.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining and Dredging, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Neal ditch; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Placer mines as described under Magruder ditch from Right and Left forks.
MIDDLE FORK OF FOOTS CREEK,
A Tributary to Left or East Fork.
    R. A. COOK, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 461, Vol. 8); Priority 1866; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres; R. A. Cook ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 13; Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1866; 5.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; R. A. Cook ditch; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Placer mines in E½ of Sec. 13; Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ED. WOODCOCK, Draper, Ore. (Proof 455, Vol. 8); Priority 1891; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Woodcock ditch, Morse ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 13, Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    N. H. LATIMER, Seattle, Wash. (Proof 462, Vol. 8); Priority Dec. 1896; 5.00 second-feet; for Hydraulic Placer mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Morris ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mines in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 464, Vol. 8); Priority Feb. 5, 1868; 5.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; McKnight ditch; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Placer mines in Sections 1, 12 and 13, Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M.; and Sections 6, 7 and 18, Tp. 37 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 465, Vol. 8); Priority Nov. 25, 1862; 5.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; DeWitt ditch; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Placer Mines in Sections 1, 12 and 13, Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
LEFT FORK OF LEFT FORK OF FOOTS CREEK,
(Or North Fork of North Fork).
    N. H. LATIMER, Seattle, Wash. (Proof 463, Vol. 8); Priority 1865; 5.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Hawkins ditch; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Placer Mines in Sections 1, 12 and 13; Tp. 34 S. R. 4 W. W.M., and Sections 6, 7 and 18, Tp. 37 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
LEFT FORK OF LEFT FORK OF FOOTS
CREEK AND MAX AND BRUSHY GULCH,
Tributaries.
    N. H. LATIMER, Seattle, Wash. (Proof 466, Vol. 8); Priority 1868; 5.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; water returned to stream after use; Magruder ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mines as above described under Hawkins ditch, Jackson County, Oregon.
MILLER CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    C. R. RITTER, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 468, Vol. 8); Priority 1896; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Ritter ditch; (see also Paragraph 10); Description of place of use: 8 acres in NW¼NE¼; 2 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 36, Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. J. RITTER, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 469, Vol. 8). Priority 1886; 5.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to May 1st; Prefountaine ditch; water returned to stream near NW¼ of following described premises; Description of place of use: Placer mining in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 25, Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
LEFT FORK MILLERS GULCH.
    J. J. RITTER, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 470, Vol. 8); Priority 1905; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of ½ acre, and Domestic use; J. J. Ritter ditch; Description of place of use: ½ acre in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 25, Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
COLVIG GULCH,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    W. W. HITTLE, Rock Point, Ore. (Proof 471, Vol. 8); Priority 1907; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres, and Domestic use; Hittle ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SARDINE CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    S. A. DUSENBURY, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 472, Vol. 8); Priority 1874; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; West ditch; Priority 1890; 0.17 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; East ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 8; 10 acres in NE¼NE¼; 8 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 17, Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1874; 5.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; East ditch; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Placer mining in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 8, Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    GOLD HILL CO., a corporation, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 473, Vol. 8); Priority 1908; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Gold Hill ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 17, Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. H. RING, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 474, Vol. 8); Priority 1906; 0.04 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1.5 acres; Ring ditch (see also Paragraph 10); Description of place of use: 1½ acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec, 28, Tp. 35 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JAMES U. SMITH, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 475, Vol. 8); Priority 1859; 0.17 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Priority 1885; 1.00 second-foot; for Irrigation of 59½ acres; Smith ditches; Description of place of use: 2½ acres in NW¼NW¼; 25½ acres in SW¼NW¼; 36 acres in NW¼SW¼; 5½ acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 4, Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1885; 5.0 second-feet; for Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Smith ditches; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: SW¼NW¼, Sec. 4, Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
SPRING GULCH,
A Tributary of Sardine Creek.
    EVA M. NEWTON, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 476, Vol. 8); Priority 1898; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres; and Domestic and Stock use; Newton ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 8, Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SMALL TRIBUTARIES OF SARDINE CREEK (UNNAMED).
    W. J. SMITH, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 477, Vol. 8); Priority 1903; 0.16 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; W. J. Smith ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in NE¼NW¼; 5 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 4, Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
RIGHT HAND FORK OF SARDINE CREEK.
    C. F. YOUNG, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 478, Vol. 8); Priority 1889; 5.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Young ditch; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Placer mining in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 35 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
LEFT HAND FORK OF SARDINE CREEK.
    J. H. BEEMAN, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 479, Vol. 8); Priority 1870; 0.38 second-foot; for Mining, all the year; Hardman ditch; Description of place of use: For the operation of a quartz mill in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 29, Tp. 35 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1892; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre; Hardman ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 35 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JOHN B. HAMMERSLEY, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 480, Vol. 8); Priority 1903; 0.09 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3½ acres; Hammersley ditch; Description of place of use: 3½ acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 35 S., R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1903; 5.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Hammersley ditch; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Placer mining along creek in Sec. 29; Tp. 35 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
GALLS CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    R. M. COOK, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 481, Vol. 8); Priority 1898; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; Pfeil ditch (permissive); Description of place of use: 15 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ROBT. M. COOK, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 482, Vol. 8); Priority 1892; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; Cook ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in NE¼SW¼; 9 acres in NW¼SW¼; 3 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    S. H. DUFFIELD & BURNS, care of S. H. Duffield, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 483, Vol. 8); Priority 1859; 5.00 second-feet; for Mining; Duffield & Burns ditch; water returned to stream on the following described premises: Description of place of use: Placer mine in Sec. 9, Tp. 37 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Duffield & Burns ditch; Description of place of use; 5 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 9, Tp. 37 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    THOMAS DUNGEY, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 484, Vol. 8); Priority 1898; 0.12 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres; Pfeil ditch (permissive); Description of place of use: 4 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 29; 2 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GALLS CREEK MINING & DEVELOPMENT CO., Portland, Ore. (Proof 485, Vol. 8); Priority 1867; 5.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to May 1st; Pfeil ditch; water returned to stream near NE corner Sec. 32; Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon; Description of place of use: Placer mining in Sections 28 and 29, Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GOLD CREST FRUIT COMPANY, a corporation, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 495, Vol. 8); Priority March, 1905; 0.42 second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres, and Domestic use; Gold Crest ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NE¼SW¼; 15 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GOLDEN STANDARD MINING CO., Jacksonville, Ore. (Proof 487, Vol. 8); Priority 1860; 0.25 second-foot; for Mining and Milling, continuous use; Pfeil ditch and pipe line; Description of place of use: Gold-bearing quartz claims in Sec. 32, Tp. 36; and Secs. 5 and 6; Tp. 37 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1901; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres; Pfeil ditch and pipe; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 33, Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MRS. S. J. HAYES, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 488, Vol. 8); Priority 1856; 0.50 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30 acres; Gall or Hayes ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NE¼NE¼; 10 acres in NW¼NE¼; 10 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. 
    MARY JANE LAWRENCE, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 489, Vol. 8); Priority June 19, 1903; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Lawrence ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
ALDER GULCH,
A Tributary of Galls Creek.
    GOLDEN STANDARD MINING CO., Jacksonville, Ore. (Proof 487, Vol. 8); Priority 1860; Supplementary to right above set forth through Pfeil ditch and pipe line.
    P. W. BLACKERT, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 490, Vol. 8); Priority 1867; 2.50 second-feet; for Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Blackert ditch; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Placer mines in Secs. 4 and 5; Tp. 37 S. R.4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
THREE SPRINGS NW¼SW¼; Sec. 32, TP. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M.,
A Tributary to Galls Creek.
    BINA DANIELSON, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 486, Vol. 8); Priority 1890; 0.07 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2½ acres; Danielson & Phyle ditches; Description of place of use: 1½ acres in NE¼SE¼; 1 acre in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
KANES CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    J. H. & G. T. MARDEN, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 491, Vol. 8); Priority 1896; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres; Fisher ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 2, Tp. 37 S. R. 3 W. W.M., 3 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 35, Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1896; 3.25 second-feet; for placer mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Fisher ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mines in the N½ N½; Sec. 2; Tp. 37 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (Water returned to stream after use). (See also Paragraph 7.)
HOUCK SPRINGS,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    J. J. HOUCK, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 492, Vol. 8); Priority 1894; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres, and Domestic use; Pipe line; Description of place of use: 4 acres in Lot 7 (SE¼NW¼); Sec. 15; Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SAMS CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    GEO. LYMAN & ____ HOOTON, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 493, Vol. 8); Priority 1872; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre; Douden ditch; Description of place of use: ½ acre in NW¼SW¼; ½ acre in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 1, Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GOLD RAY REALTY CO., a corporation, Medford, Oregon (Proof 494, Vol. 8); Priority 1882; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of ½ acre; Hays ditch; Description of place of use: ½ acre in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1882; 15.00 second-feet; for Placer mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Hayes ditch; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Placer mines in E½; Sec. 10; and W½; Sec. 11; Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
APPLEGATE RIVER,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    J. P. ATKIN, Kalama, Wash. (Proof 642, Vol. 10); Priority 1878; 40.00 second-feet; for Mining and Power; Grand Applegate ditch; right limited to the development of 85 theoretical H.P., and confirmed upon condition that water used is returned to stream immediately below point of use in each case; Description of place of use: Placer mine in SW¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 40 S. R. 3 W. W.M.; Power used to operate sawmill in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 36; Tp. 40 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 9).
    MARSHALL BALDWIN, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 643; Vol. 10); Priority 1888; 0.18 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Fowler ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 25, Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    BRIDGE POINT DITCH CO., a corporation--See Paragraph 7. 
    E. J. BROWN--See Paragraph 7.
    CHARLES BUMAN, Ruch, Ore. (Proof 646, Vol. 10); Priority 1907; 0.64 second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres; Gasoline pump; Description of place of use: 25 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 29, Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 647, Vol. 10); Priority 1902; 0.55 second-foot; for Irrigation of 22 acres; Goodwill ditch; Description of place of use: 22 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    W. H. BATMAN, Wilderville, Ore.; Priority Oct. 1900; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Red Bluff ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 36 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    WILBUR W. CAMERON, Jacksonville, Ore. (Proof 649, Vol. 10); Priority 1876; 3.28 second-feet; for Irrigation of 131 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Comstock ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NE¼NW¼; 29 acres in NW¼NW¼; 23 acres in SW¼NW¼; 17 acres in SE¼NW¼; 23 acres in NE¼SW¼; 5 acres in NW¼SW¼; 3 acres in SW¼SW¼; 21 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 15; 1 acre in SW¼NW¼; 4 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 22; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    Priority 1876; 6.67 second-feet; for Placer mining; Comstock ditch; right limited to use of water at mines and return surplus to stream upon or immediately below place of use; Description of place of use: Placer Mines in Secs. 15 and 22, Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Z. CAMERON, Medford, Ore. (Proof 648, Vol. 10); Priority 1876; 1.53 second-feet; for Irrigation of 61 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Comstock ditch; Description of place of use: 9 acres in NE¼SW¼; 30 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 28; 22 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    Priority 1876; 6.67 second-feet; for Placer mining; Comstock ditch; right limited to the use of the water above present point of return to stream, at north line of Sec. 28, Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M.; Description of place of use: Placer Mines in E½ SW¼; Sec. 28; and E½ NW¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    A. H. CARSON, Murphy, Oregon. (Proof 652, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 11 acres; North Side ditch; Description of place of use: 11 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 21; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    J. T. COOK--See Paragraph__.
    P. B. HERMAN (Successor to G. H. Carner), Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 651, Vol. 10); Priority Oct. 1900; 0.90 second-foot; for Irrigation of 45 acres; Red Bluff ditch; Description of place of use: 15 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 31; 30 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 36 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    ELMER J. BROWN (Successor to S. Clinton Cook), Murphy, Ore. (Proof 655, Vol. 10); Priority 1906; 0.50 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; S. H. Cook ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    CLINTON S. COOK (Successor to Mrs. M. B. Cook), Murphy, Ore. (Proof 654, Vol. 10); Priority 1887; 0.85 second-foot; for Irrigation of 38.5 acres; S. H. Cook ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SE¼NE¼; 19.5 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 7; 13 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    SUDYE J. DAHLBERG--See Paragraph 7.
    G. A. DUNLAP, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 657, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 0.24 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; North Side ditch; Description of place of use: 12 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    J. C. DUTCHER and MARY DUTCHER--See Paragraph 9.
    EFFIE FARRA--See Paragraph 9.
    FINLEY BROTHERS--See Paragraph 7. 
    GEO. H. FOERST--See Paragraph 7.
    H. E. GALE and JOHN HAMPSHIRE--See Paragraph 9.
    AMELIA GENTNER--See Paragraph 9.
    C. F. GENTNER--See Paragraph 9.
    J. A. GILMORE--See Paragraph 9.
    JAMES W. GILMORE--See Paragraph 7.
    J. C. and MATILDA GRUBB, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 691, Vol. 10); Priority 1894; 1.03 second-feet; for Irrigation of 51½ acres, and Stock use; New Berryman ditch; Description of place of use: 5½ acres in SW¼NE¼; 17 acres in SE¼NW¼; 20 acres in NE¼SW¼; 9 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 22; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    MRS. L. E. GRUETTER--See Paragraph 7.
    E. F. HANNUM, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 668, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 0.52 second-foot; for Irrigation of 26 acres; North Side ditch; Description of place of use: 26 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 27, Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    OSCAR E. HARPER, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 669, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 0.32 second-foot; for Irrigation of 16 acres; North Side ditch; Description of place of use: 16 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    BERT H. HARR, Watkins, Ore. (Proof 671, Vol. 10); Priority 1898; 0.60 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Bruce Buck ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in NE¼NE¼; 5 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 2, Tp. 41 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    W. L. & IRA E. HAYES, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 672, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 1.36 second-feet; for Irrigation of 68 acres; North Side ditch; Description of place of use: 13 acres in SE¼SW¼; 30 acres in NW¼SE¼; 25 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 18, Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    H. L. HERZINGER, and A. S. SARGENT--See Paragraph 7.
    RALPH G. JENNINGS, Buncom, Ore. (Proof 675, Vol. 10); Priority 1876; 2.60 second-feet; for Irrigation of 104 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Comstock ditch; Description of place of use: 11 acres in NE¼SW¼; 18 acres in NW¼SW¼; 23 acres in SW¼SW¼; 8 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M.; (The following lands owned by Mrs. Sarah Cantrall): 8 acres in NE¼NW¼; 9 acres in NW¼NW¼; 18 acres in SW¼NW¼; 9 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 39 S R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See Paragraph 7.)
    Priority 1876; 6.00 second-feet; for Mining; Comstock ditch; water to be returned to stream at or immediately below place of use; Description of place of use: Placer mines in SW¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See paragraph 57).
    K. J. KUBLI--See Paragraph 7.
    MAUD KUBLI, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 677, Vol. 10); Priority 1866; 2.33 second-feet; for Irrigation of 93 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Fowler & Keeler ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SW¼SW¼; 13 acres in SE¼SW¼; 16 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 23; 26 acres in NE¼NE¼; 24 acres in NW¼NE¼; 10 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 10.)
    Priority 1858; 9.50 second-feet; for Mining; Fowler & Keeler ditch; water to be returned to stream at or immediately below place of use; Description of place of use: Placer mines in Secs. 26 and 23; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    LAUREL HILL DITCH COMPANY--See Paragraph 7.
    LEONARD ORCHARDS CO., a corporation (Successors to Penn-Oregon Orchard Co.)--See Paragraph 7.
    JOHN H. LETTEKEN--See Paragraph 7.
    J. B. LINDSAY--See Paragraph 9.
    M. N. LOUGHRIDGE--See Paragraph 9.
    J. N. MATNEY, Jacksonville, Ore. (Proof 681, Vol. 10)--See Paragraph 7.
    W. S. MAXWELL, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 682, Vol. 10); Priority 1899; 0.26 second-foot; for Irrigation of 13 acres; North Side ditch; Description of place of use: 13 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    J. S. McFADDEN, DEC'D., ESTATE OF--See Paragraph 7.
    GEO. W. MEEK, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 684, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 0.22 second-foot; for Irrigation of 11 acres; North Side ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 35; 6 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 37 S. R 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    J. T. MIDDLETON--See Paragraph 9.
    L. M. MITCHELL, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 686, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 0.16 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; North Side ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    MURPHY DITCH CO., a corporation--See Paragraph 7.
    K. M. C. NEILL (Successor in interest to P. B. Herman, D. H. Flynn, and J. A. Pearson)--See Paragraph 7.
    NEW BERRYMAN DITCH ASSOCIATION--See Paragraph 7, under names of individual owners.
    GUS NEWBURY and MILES CANTRALL, Medford, Ore. (Proof 688, Vol. 10); Priority 1892; 16.00 second-feet; for Irrigation of 144 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Swayne ditch; Description of place of use: 22½ acres in NE¼NW¼; 32½ acres in SE¼NW¼; 35 acres in NE¼SW¼; 35 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 22; 19 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 27; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.  
    JAMES O'BRIEN, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 696, Vol. 10); Priority 1888; 2.37 second-feet; for Irrigation of 95 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; O'Brien & Offenbacher ditch; Description of place of use: 30 acres in NW¼NW¼; 7 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M.; 27 acres in NE¼NE¼; 31 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 25; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JOHN and FRED OFFENBACHER, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 697, Vol. 10); Priority 1888; 2.55 second-feet; for Irrigation of 102 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Fowler or Offenbacher ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in NE¼SW¼; 15 acres in SE¼SW¼; 13 acres in SW¼SE¼; 12 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M.; 8 acres in SW¼NE¼; 26 acres in SE¼NW¼; 6 acres in NE¼SW¼; 15 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 25; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.); (Proof 698, Vol. 10); Priority 1888; 3.00 second-feet; for Irrigation of 123 acres, and Domestic use; O'Brien & Offenbacher ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NW¼NE¼; 10 acres in SW¼NE¼; 30 acres in SW¼NW¼; 15 acres in SE¼NW¼; 12 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 29; 1 acre in SE¼NW¼; 10 acres in SE¼NE¼; 10 acres in NE¼SW¼; 18 acres in NE¼SE¼; 15 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MRS. N. E. OSBORN--See Paragraph 7.
    OSCAR CREEK CONSOLIDATED MINING COMPANY, a corporation--See Paragraph 7.
    A. N. PARSONS & P. T. BIRCHARD--See Paragraph 9.
    NANCY PERNOLL, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 704, Vol. 10); Priority 1886; 1.25 second-feet; for Irrigation of 50 acres; Cook ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SW¼NE¼; 10 acres in SE¼NE¼; 20 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 17; 10 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 16; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    THOMAS E. PINCKNEY, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 709, Vol. 10); Priority 1904; 0.23 second-foot; for Irrigation of 9 acres; Laurel Hill ditch (permissive use); Description of place of use: 9 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    W. B. PINKERTON--See Paragraph 7.
    ECLUS POLLOCK--See Paragraph 9.
    BENTON POOL, Buncom, Ore. (Proof 708, Vol. 10); Priority 1892; 1.05 second-feet, for Irrigation of 42 acres; Swayne ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in SE¼NE¼; 12 acres in NE¼SE¼; 10 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. P. RANKIN, Ruch, Ore. (Proof 713, Vol. 10); Priority 1902; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres Venable & Bowman ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    AUGUST REHKOPF--See Paragraph 7.
    MRS. ALICE REXFORD (Successor to C. M. Rexford), Murphy, Oregon (Proof 710, Vol. 10); Priority 1887; 0.98 second-foot; for Irrigation of 39 acres; S. H. Cook ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in SW¼SW¼; 7 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 8; 12 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 38 3. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    I. G. ROBERTS, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 711, Vol. 10); Priority 1886; 0.75 second-feet; for Irrigation of 30 acres; Hoxie or Roberts ditch; Description of place of use: 15 acres in NE¼SW¼; 15 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson. County, Oregon.
    JOHN H. ROBINSON, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 712, Vol. 10); Priority 1897; 0.85 second-foot; for Irrigation of 34 acres; Jess ditch; Description of place of use: 27 acres in NW¼NE¼; 7 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    GLADYS ROSE, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 694, Vol. 10); Priority 1894; 0.29 second-foot; for Irrigation of 11½ acres; New Berryman ditch; Description of place of use: 11½ acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 22; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    W. J. RUSSELL--See Paragraph 7.
    LOUISE C. SELLECK (Successor to C. E. Selleck), Murphy, Ore. (Proof 715, Vol. 10); Priority 1903; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 9.7 acres; Applegate Boom & Lumber Co., ditch; Description of place of use: 9.7 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    (Proof 716, Vol. 10)--See Paragraph 7.
    CHAS. SMITH (Proof 717, Vol. 10)--See Paragraphs 7 and 9.
    SUSIE SMITH--See Paragraph 7.
    MRS. L. M. SPENCER--See Paragraph 7.
    J. W. STRINGER--See Paragraph 9.
    CHARLES T. SWEENEY--See Paragraph 9 
    H. H. TAYLOR, Ruch, Ore. (Proof 723, Vol. 10); Priority 1863; 3.00 second-feet; for Irrigation of 60 acres; Sturgis or Hamilton ditch; Description of place of use: 15 acres in SW¼SE¼; 1 acre in NE¼SW¼; 10 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M.; 20 acres in NW¼NE¼; 6 acres in SW¼NE¼; 5 acres in SE¼NE¼; 3 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    JOHN TWOHY--See Paragraph 7.
    W. H. VENABLE--See Paragraph 7.
    WILDERVILLE IRR. CO., a corporation---See Paragraph 7.
    F. B. WOMBAUGH--See Paragraph 9.
    CHARLES WOELFFLE--See Paragraph 7.
    J. W. YORK, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 739, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 1.1 second-feet; for Irrigation of 55 acres; North Side ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in NE¼SW¼; 25 acres in SE¼SW¼; 6 acres in SW¼SW¼; 4 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 36; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    W. B. YORK, and HEIRS OF HENRY YORK, Dec'd. (By W. B. York, Murphy, Ore.); (Proof 740, 741, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 1.9 second-feet; for Irrigation of 95 acres; North Side ditch; Description of place of use: 13 acres in SW¼NW¼; 30 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 36; 4 acres in NE¼NE¼; 14 acres in NW¼NE¼; 28 acres in SE¼NE¼; 6 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 36; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
SLATE CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    J. J. BROWN, Wonder, Ore. (Proof 742, Vol. 11); Priority 1892; 0.32 second-foot; for Irrigation of 16 acres, Domestic and Stock use; Brown ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in NW¼NW¼; 12 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    C. FENNER--See Paragraph 7.
    MARY M. HAIR, Grants Pass, Ore., and JENNIE M. KEMP, 1730 Chicago Ave., Evanston, Ill. (Proof 743, Vol. 11); Priority 1892; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Brown ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in NE¼SW¼; 5 acres in SE¼SW¼; 4 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 10, Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    HANNAH D. JONES, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 744, Vol. 11); Priority 1870; 0.54 second-foot; for Irrigation of 27 acres; Lovelace Jones ditch; Description of place of use: 14 acres in SW¼NE¼; 13 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    ELMER B. KERR, care John D. Kerr, Agent, Wilderville, Ore., Seattle, Wash. (Proof 745, Vol. 11); Priority 1892; 0.34 second-foot; for Irrigation of 17 acres; Lovelace Jones ditch (permissive); Description of place of use: 17 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 2; Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    I. C. LOUDEN, Wonder, Oregon. (Proof 746, Vol. 11); Priority 1892; 0.34 second-foot; for Irrigation of 16 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Brown ditch; Description of place of use: 12 acres in NE¼SE¼; 4 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 10.)
    H. H. McCLUNG--See Paragraph 7.
    OLIVER MORRISON, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 748, Vol. 11); Priority 1898; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Lovelace-Jones ditch permissive; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    ANDREW E. SHEEHAN, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 749, Vol. 11); Priority 1892; 0.54 second-foot; for Irrigation of 27 acres; Slate Creek or Sheehan ditch; Description of place of use: 11 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 31, Tp. 36 S. R. 6 W. W.M., 16 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 6, Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon (See also Paragraph 7.)
    E. T. McKINSTRY, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 760, Vol. 11); Priority Oct. 31, 1895; 0.18 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres; Bush Ranch ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in NE¼SW¼; 1 acre in SE¼SW¼; 3 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 18, Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    MAY SLOAN, Wonder, Ore. (Proof 761, Vol. 11); Priority 1896; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and Domestic use; Benefiel ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in E½ NE¼; Sec. 12, Tp. 37 S. R. 8 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
UNNAMED GULCH, 
A Tributary of Slate Creek.
    MRS. LENA COOPER, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 750, Vol. 11); Priority July 15, 1882; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; Cooper ditches; Description of place of use: 15 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 36; Tp. 36 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
CHAPIN CREEK,
A Tributary of Slate Creek.
    ANDREW E. SHEEHAN, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 751, Vol. 11); Priority 1885; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Sheehan ditch and pipe; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 31; Tp. 36 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
ELLIOTT CREEK,
A Tributary of Slate Creek.
    ADAM T. CART--See Paragraph 7.
LITTLE WATER CREEK,
A Tributary of Slate Creek.
    T. A. POLLARD & O. C. POLLARD, Wonder, Ore. (Proof 753, Vol. 11); Priority Dec. 15, 1898; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and Domestic use; Pollard ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in NE¼NE¼; 6 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. 
WONDER MOUNTAIN GULCH,
A Tributary of Slate Creek.
    J. T. ROBERSON--See Paragraph 7.
LEFT FORK OF SLATE CREEK,
A Tributary of Slate Creek.
    GUSTAV A. KARNER, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 759, Vol. 11); Priority 1903; 0.40 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Ramsey ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SE¼SW¼; 13 acres in SW¼SE¼; 3 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 37 S. R. 8 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    VICTOR W. BROWN & E. B. YOUNG, R.F.D. No. 1, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 756, Vol. 11); Priority Oct. 31, 1895; 0.82 second-foot; for Irrigation of 55 acres; Bush ditch; Description of place of use: 15 acres in NE¼SW¼; 5 acres in SE¼SW¼; 5 acres in NW¼SE¼; 30 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
BUTCHER KNIFE CREEK,
A Tributary of Slate Creek. 
    EFFIE O. HARMON, Wonder, Oregon. (Proof 762, Vol. 11); Priority 1892; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres, and Domestic use; Love Station ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M. Josephine County, Oregon.
WATER CREEK,
A Tributary of Slate Creek.
    C. H. HALL--See Paragraph 7.
KNIGHTS GULCH,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    J. FRANK MASTEN, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof. 763, Vol. 11); Priority Mar. 25, 1902; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres, and Domestic use; Creek ditch; Description of place of use: 15 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 6, Tp. 37 S. R. 6. W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
CHANEY CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    CARL FETSCH, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 764, Vol. 11); Priority 1896; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Fetsch ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 23, Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    R A. LINDSAY, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 765, Vol. 11); Priority July 5, 1884; 0.42 second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres; Lindsay ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in NW¼SW¼; 10 acres in NE¼SW¼; 7 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    JOHN LLOYD, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 766, Vol. 11); Priority April 11, 1894; 0.22 second-foot; for Irrigation of 11 acres, and Domestic use; Griffin ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 13; 4 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 14, Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    C. H. McCANN, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 768, Vol. 11); Priority Dec. 15, 1893; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; McCollum & McCann ditch, ⅓ int.; Description of place of use: 1 acre in NW¼NE¼; 1 acre in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 18; 2 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    J. W. McCOLLUM, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 769, Vol. 11); Priority Dec. 15, 1893; 0.70 second-foot; for Irrigation of 41½ acres; McCollum & McCann, ⅔ int.; Description of place of use: 7 acres in NE¼SE¼; 5½ acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 7; 29 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    PAUL RUTTENCUTTER--See Paragraph 7.
SMALL GULCH,
A Tributary of Chaney Creek.
    ERICH ERICKSON, Wilderville, Ore., (Proof 771, Vol. 11); Priority 1895; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres; Erickson ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
LITTLE CHANEY CREEK,
A Tributary of Chaney Creek.
    B. F. BULL--See Paragraph 7.
BULL CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    L. B. AKERS, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 774, Vol. 11); Priority 1892; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Akers ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
SPRING,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    F. V. STEVENSON--See Paragraph 7.
JACKSON CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    JASPER WEATHERBEE, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 775, Vol. 11); Priority 1879; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres; Weatherbee ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 15, Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
PANTHER CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    THOS. LEITH, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 777, Vol. 11); Priority July 22, 1894; 0.22 second-foot; for Irrigation of 11 acres; Panther Creek ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 23; 2 acres in SW¼SW¼; 3 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 24, Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
PACKERS GULCH,
A Tributary of Panther Creek.
    THOS. LEITH, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 776, Vol. 11); Priority 1893; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of ¼ acre, and Domestic use; Packers Gulch ditch; Description of place of use: ¼ acre in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 24, Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
IRON GULCH,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    THOS. LEITH, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 778, Vol. 11); Priority Apr. 4, 1902; 0.18 second-foot; for Irrigation of 9 acres; Iron Creek ditch; Description of place of use: 7½ acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 24; 1½ acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 25; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
MURPHY CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    MADRONA LAND COMPANY, a corporation, 211 S. 6th St., Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 779, Vol. 11); Priority 1892; 0.29 second-foot, for Irrigation of 20 acres; Murphy Ditch No. 1; Description of place of use: 1.3 acres in NE¼NE¼; 4 acres in NW¼NE¼; 1.7 acres in SW¼NE¼; 5 acres in SE¼NE¼; 3 acres in NE¼SE¼; 5 acres NW¼SE¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    E. M. COCKERLINE (Madrona Land Company, successor to); (Proof 780, Vol. 11); Priority 1871; 3.66 second-feet; for Irrigation of 256 acres; Murphy ditch No. 2; Description of place of use: 21 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 25; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M.; 10 acres in NW¼NE¼; 20 acres in SW¼NE¼; 31 acres in NE¼NW¼; 27 acres in SW¼NW¼; 40 acres in SE¼NW¼; 21½ acres in NE¼SW¼; 35 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 30; 5 acres in SE¼SW¼; 8 acres in NW¼SE¼; 37½ acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
GRAYS CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    PROTECTED COVE ORCHARDS, a corporation (Successor to A. N. Parsons & P. T. Birchard), Grants Pass, Ore.; (Proof 782, Vol. 11); Priority Aug. 18, 1877; 0.20 second-feet; for Irrigation of 12 acres, and Stock use; Grays Creek ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 29; 4 acres in SE¼SW¼; 3 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 20, Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    FRANCIS M. RATHBUN--See Paragraph 9. 
BOARD SHANTY CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    WINSLOW H. FOSTER, 9238 Pleasant Ave., Chicago, Ill. (Proof 785, Vol. 11); Priority 1887; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Oscar Creek & Board Shanty ditch (½ int.); Description of place of use: 3 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 16; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    E. R. JEFFERS, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 786, Vol. 11); Priority 1887; 0.22 second-foot; for Irrigation of 11 acres; Oscar Creek mining ditch (⅛ int.); Description of place of use: 11 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 16; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    W. R. JEFFERS, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 787, Vol. 11); Priority 1887; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Oscar Creek Mining ditch (⅛ int.); Description of place of use: 4 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 16; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
BOARD SHANTY CREEK AND WILD CAT GULCH,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    OSCAR CREEK CONSOLIDATED MINING CO., A. C. Hough, Sec., Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 788, Vol. 11); Priority Apr. 1, 1876; 10.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Board Shanty ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mining on claims situate in Secs. 14, 15, 21 and 22, Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
OSCAR CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    OSCAR CREEK CONSOLIDATED MINING CO., A. C. Hough, Sec., Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 789, Vol. 11); Priority Mar. 13, 1894; 10.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Wild Cat Gulch or Oscar Creek ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mining on claims situate in Secs. 14, 15, 21 and 22, Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
CARIS CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River. 
    W. S. BAILEY, Murphy, Ore., R.F.D. No. 1 (Proof 790, Vol. 11); Priority April 1890; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; W. S. Bailey ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in SW¼NE¼; 7 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 36; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    P. W. CARIS, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 791, Vol. 11); Priority 1897; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres; Caris ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 25; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    MINERS CREEK MINING COMPANY, a co-partnership (By Elijah J. Davidson, Agt.), Kubli, Ore. (Proof 792, Vol. 11); Priority Feb. 11, 1865; 15.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Miners Creek Mining Co's. ditch; Description of place of use: Placer ground located as follows: 5 acres in SW¼NE¼; 15 acres in SE¼NW¼; 40 acres in NE¼SW¼; 24½ acres in SW¼SW¼; 40 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 19; 20 acres in NE¼NW¼; 44 acres in NW¼NW¼; 45 acres in SW¼NW¼; 3.7 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    WM. MESKE, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 793, Vol. 11); Priority 1908; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; G. W. Bailey ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 36; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    J. W. YORK, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 794, Vol. 11); Priority 1873; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre; York ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 36, Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
ROCKY GULCH,
A Tributary of Caris Creek.
    MINERS CREEK MINING COMPANY (Elijah J. Davidson, Agt.), Kubli, Ore. (Proof 797, Vol. 11); Priority 1894; 15.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Miners Creek Mining Co. ditch; A right for placer mining purposes supplemental to the water right from Caris Creek and appurtenant to the same lands.
    FRED M. MILLER, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 798, Vol. 11); Priority 1894; 15.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Miller ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mining on lands in Sec. 25; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    ISAAC VINCENT, R.F.D. No. 1, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 799, Vol. 11); Priority 1871; 0.12 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres; Miners Creek Mining Co. ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in NE¼SE¼; and in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    JAS. H. TOMPKINS, R.F.D. No. 1,  Murphy, Ore. (Proof 802, Vol. 11); Priority 1901; 0.04 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1½ acres, and Domestic use; Tompkins ditch; Description of place of use: 1½ acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    S. A. BERRY, R.F.D. No. 1, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 796, Vol. 11); Priority 1906; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres, and Domestic use; Miller ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 25; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
MINERS CREEK,
A Tributary of Caris Creek.
    P. W. CARIS, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 800, Vol. 11); Priority 1896; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres; Caris ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon; 4 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 25, Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    MINERS CREEK MINING COMPANY, a co-partnership (Elijah J. Davidson, Agt.), Murphy, Ore. (Proof 801, Vol. 11); Priority 1874; 5.00 second-feet; for Mining; Miners Creek ditch; a right for placer mining supplemental to the Caris Creek water right and appurtenant to the same lands.
    Priority 1894; 0.20 second-foot for Irrigation of 10 acres; Miners Creek ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 30, Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
TAYLOR GULCH,
A Tributary of Miners Creek.
    MINERS CREEK MINING COMPANY, a co-partnership (Elijah J. Davidson, Agt.), Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 795, Vol. 11); Priority 1895; 15.00 second-feet; for Mining; Miners Creek Mining Co. ditch; A right for mining purposes supplemental to the water right from Caris Creek and appurtenant to the same lands.
CLARK CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    J. E. SWINDEN, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 803, Vol. 11); Priority 1902; 5.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Swinden ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mining in the S½ S½; Sec. 3; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
MILLER CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    J. S. JENSEN, R.F.D. No. 1, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 804, Vol. 11); Priority May, 1885; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres; Jensen ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 37 S. R. 5. W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    FRED MILLER, Murphy, Oregon. (Proof 805, Vol. 11); Priority 1894; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres; Miller ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SE¼NW¼; 2 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 25; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    J. W. YORK, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 806, Vol. 11); Priority 1906; 0.50 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30 acres; York ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NE¼SW¼; 2 acres in SE¼NW¼; 5 acres in NW¼SE¼; 18 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 25; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority 1906; 3.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; York ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mining in E½ SW¼; Sec. 25; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    SARAH E. YORK, W. B. YORK, MARTHA RUSSELL, CORA YORK, J. S. YORK, FRANK YORK, and HEIRS OF HENRY YORK, Deceased, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 807, Vol. 11); Priority 1870; 0.16 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; York ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec 35; 4 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 36; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
SPRINGS IN SE¼SW¼; SEC. 1, TP. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M.
    EMMA F. TRUAX and EMMA G. MACY (Successors to J. T. Payne), Grants Pass, Ore.; (Proof 808, Vol. 11); Priority 1872; 0.43 second-feet; for supplemental Irrigation for 30 acres; Small ditches; Description of place of use: A right to supplement the waters from the Watts & Topping ditch from Williams Creek and appurtenant to the same lands, viz: 30 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 1, Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
WILLIAMS CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    ALBERT and C. O. BIGELOW (Heirs at law of A. Bigelow, deceased), and GEORGE SPARLIN (By C. O. Bigelow, Williams, Ore.); (Proofs 809, 811, Vol. 12) Priority 1858; 3.25 second-feet; for Irrigation of 195 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Baltimore ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NE¼SE¼; 30 acres in NW¼SE¼; 36 acres in SW¼SE¼; 32 acres in NE¼SW¼; 30 acres in NW¼SW¼; 10 acres in SW¼SW¼; 20 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 23; 8 acres in NW¼NE¼; 19 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority 1891; 1.85 second-feet; for Irrigation of 111 acres; supplemental Irrigation, Domestic and Stock use; Little Williams and Sparlin-Bigelow ditches; Supplemental Irrigation to supplement the waters diverted through the Baltimore ditch for 111 acres of the lands above described, situated under the Little Williams and Sparlin-Bigelow ditches.
    (Proof 811, Vol. 12); Priority 1858; 16.00 second-feet; for Mining and Power; Nov. 1st to June 1st; Baltimore ditch; water used for Irrigation through this ditch also used for this power, otherwise surplus water returned to stream at point of use; water used for placer mines returned to stream in Sec. 26, Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M.; Description of place of use: Placer mines in Sec. 26; Tp. 38 S. R. 5. W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. Power developed to operate 8-stamp quartz mill in Sec. 23, Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    J. D. DIXON--See Paragraph 7.
    G. A. DUNLAP, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 813, Vol. 12); Priority 1890; 0.42 second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres; York & Breedon ditch; Description of place of use: 13 acres in SE¼NW¼; 12 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    O. H. FIELDS, Provolt, Ore. (Proof 814, Vol. 12); Priority 1875; 0.11 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5½ acres; Spencer ditch; Description of place of use: 5½ acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    W. A. HEARD--See Paragraph 7.
    J. C. JONES, Kerby, Ore. (Proof 817, Vol. 12); Priority 1869; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; Provolt ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in Lot 1; 14 acres in Lot 2; Sec. 12; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.); (Proof 816, Vol. 12); Priority 1875; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres; Spencer ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    JAMES T. KENNEDY--See Paragraph 7).
    J. E. McDONNELL, 700 Cherry St., Anaconda, Mont. (Proof 819, Vol. 12); Priority 1858; 0.80 second-foot; for Irrigation of 42 acres; Watts & Topping ditch; Description of place of use: 25 acres in NE¼NW¼; 8 acres in SW¼NW¼; 9 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    EMMA B. MACY, and EMMA F. TRUAX (Successors to J. T. Payne), Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 820, Vol. 12); Priority 1872; 0.40 second-foot; Priority June, 1890; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 37 acres; Watts & Topping and York & Breedon ditches; Description of place of use: 30 acres in SE¼SW¼; 7 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    E. N. PROVOLT, Provolt, Ore. (Proof 821, Vol. 12); Priority 1875; 0.26 second-foot; for Irrigation of 13 acres; Spencer ditch; Description of place of use: 9 acres in NW¼SW¼; 4 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    L. M. SPENCER, Provolt, Ore. (Proof 823, Vol. 12); Priority 1875; 0.69 second-foot; for Irrigation of 41 acres; Spencer ditch; Description of place of use: 22 acres in NE¼SW¼; 15 acres in SE¼SW¼; 4 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    MINERVA TOPPING, Williams, Ore. (Proof 824, Vol. 12); Priority 1858; 0.55 second-foot; for Irrigation of 33 acres; Watts & Topping ditch; Description of place of use: 33 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 35; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7).
    C. M. WISEMAN and W. R. YEO, Provolt, Ore. (Proof 826, Vol. 12); Priority 1882; 1.15 second-feet; for Irrigation of 69 acres; Struce [Stites?] and Hall ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in NE¼NE¼; 15 acres in SE¼NE¼;. 28 acres in NE¼SE¼; 2 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 14; 14 acres in SW¼NW¼; 2 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 13; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    J. W. YORK, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 827, Vol. 12); Priority June 1890; 0.67 second-foot; for Irrigation of 40 acres; York & Breedon ditch; Description of place of use: 40 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 2; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    ALEX WATTS, Williams, Ore. (Proof 825, Vol. 12); Priority 1858; 1.34 second-foot; for Irrigation of 80 acres; Watts & Topping ditch; Description of place of use: 34 acres in SW¼NE¼; 40 acres in SE¼NE¼; 6 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 2; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
EAST AND WEST FORKS OF WILLIAMS CREEK.
    C. E. ROSE, Williams, Ore. (Proof 822, Vol. 12); Priority 1878; 0.24 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Caldwell ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 35; 10 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
WEST FORK OF WILLIAMS CREEK.
    O. O. and ALBERT BIGELOW, Williams, Ore. (Proof 838, Vol. 12); Priority 1880; 1.60 second-feet; for Irrigation of 96 acres; Hoxie ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 8; 40 acres in SE¼SW¼; 36 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    JOSEPH A. BOAT and HENRY BOAT, Williams, Ore. (Proof 839, Vol. 12); Priority April, 1900; 0.67 second-foot; for Irrigation of 40 acres; Boat ditch; Description of place of use: 19 acres in NE¼SW¼; 19 acres in SE¼SW¼; 2 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    EMMA BRYAN--See Paragraph 7.
    FRANK BRYAN, Williams, Ore. (Proof 841, Vol. 12); Priority 1872; 0.80 second-foot; for Irrigation of 48 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Elijah Davidson ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 7; 38 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    J. T. HARTLEY, Williams, Ore. (Proof 842, Vol. 12); Priority April 1, 1900; 0.65 second-foot; for Irrigation of 39 acres; Hartley ditch; Description of place of use: 39 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon (also to supplement ditch from Munger Creek upon lands in SW¼NE¼ said section 4). (See Paragraph 7.)
    J. M. JOHN and MARY JOHN, Williams, Ore. (Proof 843, Vol. 12); Priority 1902; 0.42 second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres; John ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NE¼SW¼; 15 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    J. N. LARIMORE, Williams, Ore. (Proof 844, Vol. 12); Priority 1900; 0.40 second-foot; for Irrigation of 24 acres; Pfaff Ford ditch; Description of place of use: 22 acres in SW¼NW¼; 2 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    FRANK M. & ANNA LEROY, Williams, Ore. (Proof 845, Vol. 12); Priority Sept. 8, 1885; 0.34 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Hartley ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 34; 17 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 35; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    C. H. and JOHN STEPHENS, Williams; Ore. (Proof 846, Vol. 12); Priority Mar. 1, 1879; 0.94 second-foot; for Irrigation of 56 acres; Stephens ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NE¼NE¼; 20 acres in NW¼NE¼; 1 acre in SW¼NE¼; 15 acres in NE¼NW¼; 18 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    E. E. BLANCHARD, Grants Pass, Ore. (Successor to FRANK SUTTON (Proof 847, Vol. 12); Priority June 1, 1875; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; Priority 1907; 0.54 second-foot; for Irrigation of 32 acres; Chapman ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NE¼NW¼; 26 acres in NW¼NW¼; 16 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 3, Tp. 36 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    D. VINYARD, Williams, Ore. (Proof 848, Vol. 12); Priority 1872; 0.50 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Elijah Davidson ditch; Description of place of use: 30 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    S. M. WERTZ, Williams, Ore. (Proof 849, Vol. 12); Priority 1890; 0.60 second-foot; for Irrigation of 36 acres; Wertz ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in NE¼SE¼; 22 acres in NW¼SE¼; 7 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See Paragraph 7.)
EAST FORK OF WILLIAMS CREEK.
    WALTER BROOKS, Williams, Ore. (Proof 875, Vol. 12); Priority 1895; 0.24 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres;.Brooks ditch; Description of place of use: 12 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 23; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See Paragraph 7.)
    ANDREW CANTRALL, Jacksonville, Ore. (Proof 876, Vol. 12); Priority 1875; 0.68 second-foot; for Irrigation of 40.32 acres; Spanish or Fidler ditch; Description of place of use: 25.93 acres in NW¼NW¼; 14.39 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See under Clapboard Gulch.)
    HERBERT A. JOHNSON, Williams, Ore. (Proof 877, Vol. 12); Priority 1889; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Johnson ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    MATTHEW MORRISON, Williams, Ore. (Proof 878, Vol. 12); Priority 1872; 0.47 second-foot; for Irrigation of 28 acres, and Domestic use; Morrison ditch; Description of place of use: 19 acres in NW¼SW¼; 9 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    0.50 second-foot; for Power (2 horsepower); water returned to stream at point of use; Description of place of use: Power developed by water wheel in NW¼SW¼; said Sec. 11.
EAST FORK OF WEAVER FORK, AND GLADE FORK,
Tributaries of East Fork of Williams Creek.
    ESTATE OF J. T. LAYTON, Deceased (G. W. Colvig, Administrator), Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 880, Vol. 12); Priority 1860; 12.00 second-feet; for Hydraulic mining, Nov. 1st to July 1st; Lower Layton ditch; Priority 1876; 8.00 second-feet; for Hydraulic Mining, Nov. 1st to September 1st; Upper Layton ditch; 2.00 second-feet; Hydraulic Mining, September 1st to Nov. 1st; Upper Layton ditch; Description of place of use: Patented mineral lands at Farris Gulch, Jackson County, Oregon, where water is discharged into Applegate River at present time. Water formerly used on both sides county line between Jackson and Josephine counties, and surplus returned to Applegate River after use.
GLADE FORK OF WILLIAMS CREEK.
    LOUIS STORCH, Williams, Ore. (Proof 881, Vol. 12}, Priority Oct. 4, 1899; 0.18 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres; Mill ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 14, Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
POWELL CREEK,
A Tributary of Williams Creek.
    A. L. BLODGETT AND CHARLOTTE A. BLODGETT, Williams, Ore. (Proof 828, Vol. 12); Priority 1860; 1.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 100 acres; 2½ second-feet; for Power; (10 horsepower); Blodgett & Gotcher or Powell Creek ditch; water returned through ditch to stream; Description of place of use: 40 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 22; 20 acres in NW¼NW¼; 10 acres in SW¼NW¼; 20 acres in SE¼NW¼; 10 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 27; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Place of use for Power upon above described lands.
    B. F. BANKS (Successor to J. A. Gotcher), Williams, Ore. (Proof 829, Vol. 12); Priority 1860; 1.32 second-feet; for Irrigation of 105½ acres; Blodgett & Gotcher or Powell Creek ditch; Description of place of use: 18.40 acres in SW¼NE¼; 28.09 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 27; 31.25 acres in SW¼NW¼; 27.75 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    MARTHA MESSINGER and HEIRS OF SIMON MESSINGER, Deceased (By Martha Messinger), Provolt, Ore. (Proof 830, Vol. 12); Priority 1867; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 18 acres; Watts & Knox ditch; Description of place of use: 18 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    (Proof 831, Vol. 12); Priority 1867; 2.00 second-feet; for Irrigation of 120 acres; Messinger ditch; Description of place of use: 30 acres in NE¼SE¼; 80 acres in S½ SE¼; Sec. 11; 5 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 12; 5 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    SHARP & MOORE (By L. L. Sharp), Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 832, Vol. 12); Priority 1898; 6.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Powell's Creek ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mines situated along Powell's Creek in E½; Sec. 18; and W½; Sec. 17, Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    T. J. WILKINSON, Provolt, Ore. (Proof 833, Vol. 12); Priority 1881; 0.44 second-foot; for Irrigation; Joseph Bricken ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in NE¼NE¼; 27 acres in NW¼NE¼; 5 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 15; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See Paragraph 7.)
BAMBOO GULCH,
A Tributary of Williams Creek.
    R. & C. O. BIGELOW, Williams, Ore. (Proof 834, Vol. 12); Priority 1863; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Bamboo ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
HORSEHEAD CREEK,
A Tributary of Williams Creek.
    C. O. BIGELOW, Williams, Ore. (Proof 835, Vol. 12); Priority 1894; 0.28 second-foot; for Irrigation of 11 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Bigelow ditch; Description of place of use: 11 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 22, Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    E. E. TOPPING, Williams, Ore. (Proof 836, Vol. 12); Priority 1861; 0.15 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres; Powell or Topping ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 22; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
BANNING CREEK,
A Tributary of Williams Creek.
    MARY J. JOHN and HEIRS OF DAVID JOHN, Deceased, Williams, Ore. (Proof 837, Vol. 12); Priority 1862; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres, and Stock; John or Banning Creek ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SE¼SE¼; 1 acre in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 27; 1 acre in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    H. L. HERZINGER--See under China Gulch, Banning Gulch and Butcher Gulch.
MUNGER CREEK,
A Tributary of West Fork of Williams Creek.
    WILLIAM CARL, Williams, Ore. (Proof 850, Vol. 12); Priority Feb. 1877; 0.50 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30 acres, and Stock; Gibson & McGee ditch; Description of place of use: 30 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    J. N. HALL, ESTATE, Williams, Ore. (Proof 851, Vol. 12); Priority 1886; 0.50 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30 acres; Hall ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in NE¼NE¼; 11 acres in SW¼NE¼; 11 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    J. T. HARTLEY, Williams, Ore. (Proof 852, Vol. 12); Priority 1881; 0.49 second-foot; for Irrigation of 29 acres; Hartley ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NW¼NE¼; 27 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    C. A. HOXIE, Williams, Ore. (Proof 853, Vol. 12); Priority Jan. 27, 1908; 4.50 second-feet for Power (24 horsepower); Hoxie ditch; right limited to use of water to develop 24 theoretical horsepower and return of water to stream above head of Gibson & McKee ditch; Description of place of use: Shingle mill in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    SARAH HOXIE, Williams, Ore. (Proof 868, Vol. 12); Priority Nov. 1, 1895; 0.37 second-foot; for Irrigation of 22 acres; Hoxie ditch; Description of place of use: 22 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    W. D. JOHN, Williams, Ore. (Proof 854, Vol. 12); Priority 1879; 0.42 second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres, and Stock use; Hall ditch; Description of place of use: 25 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 5, W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    J. S. MOOMAW, Williams, Ore. (Proof 855, Vol. 12); Priority Feb. 1877; 0.10 second foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres, and Stock use; Gibson & McGee ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    JACOB P. MOOMAW, Williams, Ore. (Proof 856, Vol. 12); Priority Feb. 1877; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8¼ acres, and Stock use; Gibson & McGee ditch; Description of place of use: 8¼ acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    SAMUEL PROVOLT, Provolt, Ore. (Proof 857, Vol. 12); Priority 1900; 0.025 second-foot; for Irrigation of I acre; Provolt ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 23; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    H. D. and E. M. NORTON (Successors to C. M. Stites and Est. of W. C. Stites, Dec'd.), Grants Pass, Ore. (Proofs 858-9, Vol. 12); Priority 1862; 1.84 second-foot; for Irrigation of 110 acres, and Stock use; Stites ditch; Description of place of use: 30 acres in SW¼NE¼; 16 acres in SE¼NW¼; 15 acres in NW¼SE¼; 38 acres in NE¼SW¼; 11 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    D. VINYARD, Williams, Ore. (Proof, 860, Vol. 12); Priority Feb. 1877; 0.97 second-foot; for Irrigation of 58 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Gibson & McGee; Description of place of use: 25 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 6; 33 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    ALEXANDER I. WATTS--See under China Gulch.
MULE GULCH,
A Tributary of Munger Creek.
    W. D. JOHN, Williams, Ore. (Proof 861--Vol. 12); Priority 1879; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres, and Domestic use; John or Mule Gulch ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
CHINA CREEK,
A Tributary of Munger Creek.
    J. C. KINCAID, Williams, Ore. (Proof 862, Vol. 12); Priority 1877; 0.38 second-foot; for Irrigation of 26 acres; Kincaid ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 32; 10 acres in SW¼SW¼; 15 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    JAMES W. TURVEY, Williams, Ore. (Proof 864, Vol. 12); Priority Sept. 1878; 0.22 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; Turvey ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NE¼NE¼; 3 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 32; 10 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
CHINA GULCH AND MUNGER CREEK.
    ALEXANDER I. WATTS, Williams, Ore. (Proof 865, Vol. 12); Priority, China Gulch 1861; Munger Creek 1897; 10.00 second-feet; for Hydraulic and Placer mining, Nov. 15 to May 15; Alex. Watts ditch; water returned to Williams Creek after use, at mouth of Horsehead Gulch; Description of place of use: Mines in Secs. 21 and 28, Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
CHINA GULCH, BANNING GULCH AND BUTCHER GULCH, 
Tributaries of Munger Creek.
    H. L. HERZINGER, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 863, Vol. 12); Priority 1868; 0.29 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Watts ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 27; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
NORTH MARBLE GULCH,
A Tributary of Munger Creek.
    JOHN H. KINCAID, Williams, Ore. (Proof 866, Vol. 12); Priority 1889; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre; Kincaid ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W, W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
SWAMP CREEK,
A Tributary of Munger Creek.
    EDWARD COX, Williams, Ore. (Proof 867, Vol. 12); Priority 1890; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Cox ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SE¼NW¼; 6 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
GOODWIN CREEK, 
A Tributary of West Fork of Williams Creek.
    A. O. HOXIE, Williams, Ore. (Proof 869, Vol. 12); Priority Nov. 1, 1896; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10½ acres; Hoxie or Goodwin ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SW¼SE¼; 4½ acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    JEFFERSON PENCE, Williams, Ore. (Proof 870, Vol. 12); Priority 1905; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Pence or Goodwin ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. & Tp. 39 & R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
LONE CREEK,
A Tributary of West Fork of Williams Creek.
    WILLIAM CARL, Williams, Ore. (Proof 871, Vol. 12); Priority 1901; 0.17 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; J. Pence ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    CHARLES A. HOXIE, Williams, Ore. (Proof 872, Vol. 12); Priority Sept. 1890; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres; Hoxie or Lone Creek ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    J. N. LARIMORE, Williams, Ore. (Proof 873, Vol. 12); Priority 1901; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; J. Pence ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 8, Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    JEFFERSON PENCE, Williams, Ore. (Proof 874, Vol. 12); Priority 1901; 0.40 second-foot; for Irrigation of 24 acres; J. Pence ditch; Description of place of use: 12 acres in NW¼SW¼; 12 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
CLAPBOARD GULCH, 
A Tributary of East Fork of Williams Creek.
    LEWIS A. ABBOTT, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 882, Vol. 12); Priority 1884; 0.34 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres, and Domestic use; Abbott ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    ANDREW CANTRALL, Jacksonville, Ore. (Proofs 883, 876, Vol. 12); Priority 1890; 0.16 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; Philpot ditch; Description of place of use: 6½ acres in NE¼NE¼; 1½ acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. 
    Priority 1890; Supplemental Irrigation; Bingham ditch; Supplementary right to right from East Fork of Williams Creek under Spanish ditch for lands described thereunder. (See also under East Fork of Williams Creek) 
    EDGAR CORTHELL, Williams, Ore. (Proof 884, Vol. 12); Priority 1880; 0.34 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Old Holcomb ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NW¼SE¼; 10 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 3; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    MARIANNE SARGENT, Williams, Ore. (Proof 885, Vol. 12); Priority May 13, 1904; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres; Sargent ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 2; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    EDWARD SNELL, Williams, Ore. (Proof 886, Vol. 12); Priority 1886; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Stackpole ditch; Description of place of use: 12 acres in E½ SE¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. 
    OLIVE WITHERILL, Williams, Ore. (Proof 887, Vol. 12); Priority 1877; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Deas ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 15; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
SUGAR LOAF GULCH,
A Tributary of East Fork of Williams Creek.
    OLIVE WITHERILL, Williams, Ore. (Proof 888, Vol. 12); Priority 1888; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Deas ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 15; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
PANTHER GULCH,
A Tributary of Williams Creek. 
    MARIANNE SARGENT, Williams, Ore. (Proof 889, Vol. 12); Priority 1904; 0.43 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30 acres; Sargent ditch; Description of place of use: 30 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 3; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (These lands partially irrigated by seepage from Baltimore ditch).
    I. F. SPARLIN, Williams, Ore. (Proof 890, Vol. 12); Priority Feb. 1, 1880; 0.48 second-foot; for Irrigation of 33 acres; Fiddler, Sparlin & Mitchell ditches; Description of place of use: 25 acres in SE¼SW¼; 8 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 2; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
CHERRY GULCH,
A Tributary of East Fork of Williams Creek.
    J. O. BROWN---See Paragraph 7.
FOREST OR JACKASS CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    W. E. CATON, Ruch, Ore. (Proof 893, Vol. 13); Priority 1878; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; Caton or Law ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in NW¼NE¼; being Lot 1; Sec. 27, Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    HYDRAULIC MINING COMPANY, a corporation, Portland, Oregon (Proof 894, Vol. 13); Priority 1896; 5.00 second-feet; for Hydraulic mining, Nov. 1st to June 1st; Martin ditch; water returned to stream in N½ NW¼ of Sec. 34, Tp. 37 S. R. 3 W. W.M.; Description of place of use: Placer mines in SW¼; Sec. 27; and NW¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 37 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1896; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Martin ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 27, Tp. 37 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JAMES McDONOUGH, Ruch, Ore. (Proof 895, Vol. 13); Priority 1901; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres; McDonough ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 27; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    M. L. RAY, Ruch, Ore. (Proof 897, Vol. 13); Priority 1896; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres; Ray ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    WILLIAM RAY, Ruch, Ore. (Proof 989, Vol. 13); Priority 1892; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; Ray ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 28; 4 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 27; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    A. W. STURGIS, Medford Ore. (Proof 899, Vol. 13); Priority 1863; 0.50 second-foot; for Irrigation of 40 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Sturgis or Drake ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in NE¼SW¼; 20 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    VANCE ANDERSON COMPANY, a corporation, Medford, Ore. (Proofs 900-901-902, Vol. 13); Priority 1880; 25.00 second-feet; for Hydraulic Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to June 1st; Slum ditch, Lower Bywash ditch, and pipe line; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Placer mines in Secs. 10, 14 and 15; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon (Proof 907, Vol. 13); Priority 1890; 0.23 second-foot; for Irrigation of 18 acres; Vance ditches; Description of place of use: 18 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
LEFT HAND FORK OF FOREST CREEK.
    JAMES DAVIES AND ANNIE DAVIES (Successors to Traders Trust Company, a corporation) Jacksonville, Ore. (Proof 904, Vol. 13); Priority 1875; 6.25 second-feet; for Hydraulic Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to June 1st; Spaulding ditch; Description of place of use: Mines situated in S½ SE¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W.W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1875; 0.32 second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres; Spaulding ditch; Description of place of use: 25 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. 
    LEE BLACK, Jacksonville, Ore. (Proof 892, Vol. 13); Priority 1894; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres; Lee Black ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
BISHOP CREEK,
A Tributary of Forest Creek.
    VANCE ANDERSON COMPANY, a corporation, Medford, Ore. (Proof 903, Vol. 13); Priority 1870; 10.00 second-feet; for Hydraulic Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to June 1st; Bishop Creek ditch; water returned after use to Poormans Creek; Description of place of use: Placer mines in Sec. 14; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    PERMELIA SUTTON, Ruch, Ore. (Proof 905, Vol. 13); Priority 1868; 5.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to June 1st; Dunlap ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mines in S½ NE¼; NE¼SE¼; Lot 3, Sec. 23; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
POORMANS CREEK,
A Tributary of Forest Creek.
    HENRY A. BOUTEN, Jacksonville, Ore. (Proof 906, Vol. 13); Priority 1883; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Bouten ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    D. J. S. and FLOYD PEARCE, Jacksonville, Ore. (Proofs 908, 909, Vol. 13); Priority 1883, 15.00 second-feet; Priority 1878, 5.00 second-feet; or Hydraulic Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Keaton and Klippel Reservoir and ditch and Hartman ditch; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Placer mines in Secs. 11, 12 and 14, Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1894; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Keaton & Klippel ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 12; 7 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
GEORGE BLACK GULCH,
A Tributary of Poormans Creek.
    D. J. S. and FLOYD PEARCE, Jacksonville, Ore. (Proof 910, Vol. 13); Priority 1880; 2.50 second-feet; for Placer Mining; Jeff Croy Reservoir and ditch; water returned to Poormans Creek after use; Description of place of use: Placer mines in SE¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1893; 0.04 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1½ acres; Jeff Croy ditch; Description of place of use: 1½ acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 11, Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
LITTLE APPLEGATE RIVER,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    M. R. BUCK, Buncom, Ore. (Proof 911, Vol. 13); Priority 1885; 0.53 second-foot; for Irrigation of 21 acres, and Stock use; Deming or Buck & Jones ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NE¼SW¼; 12 acres in NW¼SE¼; 4 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MAGGIE BUCKLEY, Ruch, Ore. (Proof 912, Vol. 13); Priority 1854; 3.08 second-feet; for Irrigation of 154 acres, and Stock use; Farmer's ditch; Description of place of use: 35 acres in NE¼NE¼; 35 acres in NW¼NE¼; 17 acres in SW¼NE¼; 17 acres in SE¼NE¼; 23 acres in NE¼NW¼; 8 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 33; 5 acres in NW¼NW¼; 14 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 38 S. R. 3. W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    E. J. CAMERON, Jacksonville, Ore. (Proof 914, Vol. 13); Priority 1854; 2.23 second-feet; for Irrigation of 89 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Davidson ditch; Description of place of use: 11 acres in SE¼SW¼; 4 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 3; 22 acres in NE¼NE¼; 19 acres in NW¼NE¼; 5 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 10; 14 acres in SW¼NW¼; 13 acres in NE¼SW¼; 1 acre in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    WILLIAM CAMERON, Ruch, Ore. (Proof 916, Vol. 13); Priority 1854; 0.50 second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres, and Stock use; Farmers ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in NE¼SW¼; 1 acre in NW¼SW¼; 4 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 3; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    CORA B. CRUMP, Administratrix of Estate of J. F. Crump, Deceased, Buncom, Ore. (Proof 917, Vol. 13); Priority 1872; 0.37 second-foot; for Irrigation of 14½ acres, and Stock use; Gilson & Gleave & McCormick gulch ditches; 10 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 28; 2 acres in NE¼SE¼; 2½ acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    CYRENIUS COMBEST, Buncom, Ore. (Proof 918, Vol. 18); Priority 1906; 0.22 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8½ acres, and Domestic use; Gallagher ditch; Description of place of use: 8½ acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. 
    JOHN DEVLIN, Ruch, Ore. (Proof 919, Vol. 13), Priority 1854; 3.60 second-feet; for Irrigation of 180 acres, and Stock use; Farmers ditch (5/12 int.); Description of place of use: 23 acres in SW¼NE¼; 23 acres in SE¼NE¼; 5 acres in SE¼NW¼; 40 acres in NE¼SE¼; 28 acres in NW¼SE¼; 7 acres in SW¼SE¼; 20 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 33; 17 acres in SW¼NW¼; 17 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    R. M. FOREST, Buncom, Ore. (Proofs 920-923, Vol. 13); Priority 1900; 0.15 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5.75 acres; Priority 1897; 0.12 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4.50 acres; Priority 1872; 0.89 second-foot; for Irrigation of 35.75 acres; Lower South, Upper South, Gallagher and Gilson & Gleave ditches; Description of place of use: 17 acres in SW¼NE¼; 18½ acres in SE¼NE¼; 5 acres in SE¼NW¼; 5½ acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    CLINT GALLATIN--See under Muddy Creek.
    W. O. GARRETT--See under Wolf Creek.
    JOSEPH GOLDSBY, Buncom, Ore. (Proof 926, Vol. 13); Priority 1872; 0.63 second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres; Goldsby ditch; Description of place of use: 25 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 13; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    HARLEY HALL and ERNEST FOREMAN (Successors to Fred Kleinhammer), Buncom, Ore. (Proofs 928-931, Vol. 13); Priority 1886; 0.32 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12½ acres; Priority 1871; 0.18 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres; Priority 1902; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; and for Domestic and Stock use; Gin Lin, Kleinhammer, Reynolds, and Upper Phillips ditches; Description of place of use: 1½ acres in SW¼NE¼; 7 acres in NE¼NE¼; 13 acres in NW¼NE¼; 10 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ELDON D. JENNINGS, Buncom, Ore. (Proof 927, Vol. 13); Priority 1889; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres, and Domestic use; Jennings ditch; Description of place of use: 12 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 23; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    A. S. KLEINHAMMER, Buncom, Ore., (Proof 932, Vol. 13); Priority 1866; 2.49 second-feet; for Irrigation of 99½ acres; Priority 1898; 0.55 second-foot; for Irrigation of 22 acres; and for Domestic and Stock use; Upper Phillips and Lower Phillips and Gin Lin ditches; Description of place of use: 1½ acres in SE¼SW¼; 23 acres in SW¼NW¼; 16 acres in SE¼NW¼; 1 acre in NW¼SW¼; 18½ acres in NE¼SW¼; 1 acre in NE¼SE¼; 8 acres in NW¼SE¼; 20 acres in SW¼SE¼; 18 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 19; 8 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 20; 1½ acres in NW¼NW¼; 5 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    HOLLIS PARKS, Buncom, Ore. (Proof 935, Vol. 13); Priority 1885; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Deming or Buck and Jones ditch; Description of place of use: 12 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 13; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    EDWIN PIERCE, Buncom, Ore. (Proof 936, Vol. 13); Priority 1908; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Pierce ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 937, Vol. 13); Priority 1889; 0.48 second-foot; for Irrigation of 17 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Jennings ditch; Description of place of use: 16 acres in NW¼NW¼; 1 acre in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    DORA M. SALTMARSH, Buncom, Ore. (Proof 938, Vol. 13); Priority 1885; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Gallagher ditch; Description of place of use: 8½ acres in NE¼NE¼; 3½ acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 39. S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    CHARLES A. SMITH, Ruch, Ore. (Proof 939, Vol. 13); Priority 1858; for Irrigation of 20 acres, and Stock use; Farmers ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    STERLING MINING CO., a corporation, Medford, Ore. (Proof p. 106, Vol. 23, Misc. Claims); Priority 1877; 46.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to Aug. 1st of each year; Sterling ditch; Description of  place of use; Sterling Mines on Sterling Creek in Secs. 4, 8, 9, 16, 17 and 19, Tp. 39 S. R. 2 W. W.M.; and in Secs. 27, 28 and 33; Tp. 38 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1877; 0.63 second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres; Sterling ditch; Description of place of use: 25 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 19, Tp. 39 S. R. 2 W. W.M., and in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 13; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1885; 0.38 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; Sterling ditch; Description of place of use: 15 acres in NW¼SW¼; and SW¼NW¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1892; 0.60 second-foot; for Irrigation of 24 acres; Sterling ditch; Description of place of use: 12 acres in SW¼SW¼; 12 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1893; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; Sterling ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1908; 0.13 second-foot, for Irrigation of 5 acres; Sterling ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1908; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Sterling ditch; Description of place of use: 12 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    H. H. TAYLOR, Ruch, Ore. (Proof 940, Vol. 13); Priority 1854; 0.38 second-foot; for Irrigation of 19 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Farmers ditch; Description of place of use: 19 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GEORGE WOLF, Ruch, Ore. (Proof 941; Vol. 13); Priority 1854; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres, and Stock use; Farmers ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SW¼NW¼; 2 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 3; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
McCORMICK GULCH,
A Tributary of Left Fork of Little Applegate River.
    CORA B. CRUMP, Administratrix of Estate of J. F. Crump, deceased, Buncom, Ore. (Proof 942, Vol. 13); Priority 1897; 0.37 second-foot; for Irrigation of 14¼ acres, and Domestic and Stock use (supplementary); McCormick Gulch ditch; To supplement appropriation for lands under Gilson & Gleave ditch from Little Applegate River as above described.
BIRCH OR MUDDY CREEK,
A Tributary of Left Fork of Little Applegate River.
    CLINT GALLATIN, Buncom, Ore. (Proof 953, Vol. 13); Priority 1902; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Gallatin ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 13; 1 acre in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 14; 1 acre in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 39; S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    NELSON PURSEL, Buncom, Ore. (Proof 954, Vol. 13); Priority 1890; 0.38 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Pursel ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in SE¼NE¼; 9 acres in NE¼SE¼; 3 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 23; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
RUSH CREEK,
A Tributary of Left Fork Little Applegate River.
    N. D. BROPHY, Medford, Ore. (Proof 955, Vol. 13); Priority 1881; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Mathes ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GEO. E. TRASK, Talent, Ore. (Proof 956, Vol. 13); Priority 1883; 0.40 second-foot; for Irrigation of 16 acres; Trask ditch; Description of place of use: 16 acres in NW¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
WOLF CREEK,
A Tributary of Left Fork of Little Applegate River.
    W. O. GARRETT, Buncom, Ore. (Proof 957, Vol. 13); Priority 1895; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Garrett ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in NE¼SW¼; 2 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 22; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
GREELEY CREEK,
A Tributary of Little Applegate River.
    E. K. ANDERSON, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 958, Vol. 13); Priority 1875; 0.40 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Horace Greeley ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in E½ E½ NW¼; and W½ NE¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    WELBORN BEESON, Talent, Ore. (Proof 959, Vol. 13); Priority 1897; 0.40 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Greeley ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NE¼SW¼; 5 acres in SW¼SW¼; 5 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
YALE CREEK, OR RIGHT FORK OF LITTLE APPLEGATE RIVER.
    CORA B. CRUMP, Administratrix of Estate of J. F. Crump, deceased, Buncom, Ore. (Proofs 943, 946, Vol. 13); Priority 1865; 0.75 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30 acres; Priority 1880; 0.63 second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres; Priority 1907; 0.16 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6½ acres; and for Domestic and Stock use; Riley Phillips, Garrison, Spicer, and Crump & Pursel ditches; Priority 1907; 0.15 second-foot; for Farm Power Wheel (4 horsepower); Crump & Pursel ditch; Description of place of use: 7½ acres in SE¼NE¼; 19 acres in NW¼SE¼; 31 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 29; 4 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    VALENTINE COMBEST, Buncom, Ore. (Proof 947, Vol. 13); Priority 1906; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres and Domestic and Stock use; Combest ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 40 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JOSEPH F. HALL, Buncom, Ore. (Proof 948, Vol. 13); Priority 1890; 0.18 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Hall ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 40 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    C. C. PURSEL, Buncom, Ore. (Proof 949, Vol. 13); Priority 1880; 0.88 second-foot; for Irrigation of 35 acres, and Stock use; Garrison ditch; Description of place of use: 25 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 29; 10 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    DORA M. SALTMARSH, Buncom, Ore. (Proof 950, Vol. 13); Priority 1885; 0.38 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres and Stock use; Spicer ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NW¼NE¼; 5 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 39 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    CARL J. SCHMIDT, Buncom, Ore. (Proof 951, Vol. 13); Priority 1891; 0.63; second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Schmidt ditch No. 1; Description of place of use: 25 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 40 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
QUARTZ GULCH,
A Tributary of Yale Creek.
    CARL J. SCHMIDT, Buncom, Ore. (Proof 952, Vol. 13); Priority 1903; 0.45 second-foot; for Irrigation of 18 acres, and Domestic and Stock use (supplemental right); Schmidt ditch No. 2; Description of place of use: 18 acres of the lands described above as irrigated from Schmidt ditch No. 1, Jackson County, Oregon.
SLAGLE CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    H. M. BLAND, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 960, Vol. 14); Priority 1870; 0.12 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres, and Domestic use; Bland ditch; Description of place of use; 6 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    CHARLES BURKHALTER, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 961, Vol. 14); Priority 1888; 0.16 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; Burkhalter ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    A. W. GUTHRIE, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 962, Vol. 14); Priority 1877; 0.16 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Guthrie Ditch No. 1; Description of place of use: 4 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 5; 4 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 963, Vol. 14); Priority 1877; 0.10; second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres, Domestic and Stock; Guthrie Ditch No. 2; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 964, Vol. 14); Priority 1877, 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres, Domestic and Stock; Guthrie ditch No. 3; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 31; Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 965, Vol. 14); Priority 1877; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres, Domestic and Stock; Guthrie ditch No. 4; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 31; Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    CLARA & SETH HOAG, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 967, Vol. 14); Priority 1875; 0.16 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; Miller ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. L. WOOLDRIDGE, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 968; Vol. 14); Priority 1892; 0.35 second-foot; for Irrigation of 21 acres; Wooldridge ditch; Description of place of use: 17 acres in NW¼NW¼; 4 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
WOOLDRIDGE CREEK,
A Tributary of Slagle Creek.
    A. W. GUTHRIE, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 966, Vol. 14); Priority 1877; 0.12 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Guthrie ditch No. 5; Description of place of use: A right supplemental to Guthrie No. 3 ditch, Guthrie No. 4 ditch and Guthrie No. 1 ditch for the following described lands: 4 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 31; Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M.; 2 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 6, Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    G. L. WOOLDRIDGE, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 976, Vol. 14); Priority 1884; 0.05 second-foot, for Irrigation of 2 acres, and Domestic use; Wooldridge No. 1 ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 32, Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
HUMBUG CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    FRED BENEDICT AND ANNA MANSFIELD, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 969, Vol. 14); Priority 1871; 0.63 second-foot; for Irrigation of 44 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Benedict ditch; Description of place of use: 9 acres in NW¼NE¼; 30 acres in NE¼NW¼; 5 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 22; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JOHN FREDERICK BERGESCH, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 970, Vol. 14); Priority 1901; 0.23 second-foot; for Irrigation of 16 acres; Benedict ditch; Description of place of use: 16 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 970, Vol. 14); Priority 1901; 5.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to March 1st; Benedict ditch; water returned to stream on following described premises; Description of place of use: Placer mines located in SW¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JOSEPHUS KESTER, Applegate, Ore. (Misc. Claims, Vol. 23, pp. 3 and 4); Priority 1899; 25.00 second-feet, for Placer Mining, Nov. 1 to May 1; 0.03 second-foot, for Domestic use all year; Kester ditch; water returned to stream after use for mining; Description of place of use: NE¼SW¼; E½ SW¼ of NW¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    T. RALPH PITTOCK (Successor to Estate of John Johnson, Deceased), Applegate, Ore. (Proof 971, Vol. 14); Priority 1867, subject to provisions of paragraph 33); 0.32 second-foot; for Irrigation of 19 acres; Johnson ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NW¼NE¼; 15 acres in NE¼NW¼; 2 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Priority 1867, subject to provisions of Paragraph 33); 6.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Johnson ditch; water returned to stream at forks of creek after use; Description of place of use: Placer Mines located in NW¼ and W½ NE¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ANNA WALTER, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 972, Vol. 14); Priority 1891, subject to provisions of Paragraph 33; 0.32 second-foot; for Irrigation of 19 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Hartman ditch; Description of place of use: 15 acres in NE¼NE¼; 2 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 2; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., 2 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 35; Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
LEFT OR NORTH FORK OF HUMBUG CREEK.
    T. RALPH PITTOCK (Successor to John Johnson, Estate), Applegate, Ore. (Proof 973, Vol. 14); Priority 1866; 0.12 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres; Johnson ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1866; 15.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1 to May 1; Johnson ditch; water returned to stream at forks of creek; Description of place of use: Placer mines located in the NW¼ and W½ NE¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
BALDS GULCH,
A Tributary of Humbug Creek.
    S. L. BENSON, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 974, Vol. 14); Priority 1891; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and Stock; Williams ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
KIDNEY GULCH AND LEFT FORK OF HUMBUG CREEK.
    T. RALPH PITTOCK (Successor to Estate of John Johnson, Deceased), Applegate, Ore. (Proof 975, Vol. 14); Priority 1905; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Johnson ditch; Description of place of use; 4 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1905; 5.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1 to May 1; Johnson ditch; water to be returned to stream at forks of creek; Description of place of use: Placer mine situate in the NW¼ and W½ NE¼; Sec. 11, Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SPENCER GULCH,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    CHARLES A. SMITH, Ruch, Ore. (Proof 877, Vol. 14); Priority 1860; 0.40 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Spencer gulch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in SW¼SW¼; 13 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
ROCK CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    JOHN CANTRALL, ESTATE OF, Ruch, Ore. (Proof 978, Vol. 14); Priority 1864; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Rock Gulch ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in W½; Sec. 9; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
STAR GULCH,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    C. C. BUCK, Buncom, Ore. (Proof 979, Vol. 14); Priority 1877; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Boaz and Star Gulch ditches; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NE¼NE¼; 2 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    WILLIAM F. GOSSLIN, Portland, Ore., and A. B. HAMMOND, San Francisco, Cal. (Proofs 980-982, Vol. 14); Priority 1855; 10.00 second-feet; Cameron No. 1 ditch; Priority 1870; 15.00 second-feet; Cameron No. 2 ditch; for Placer Mining, Nov. 1 to May 1; water returned to Applegate River after use; Description of place of use: Placer mines along Star Gulch and in Secs. 21 and 22, Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (Big Applegate Mining District.)
CHAPMAN CREEK AND KEELER CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    J. D. BELL (Successor to Mary A. Abbott), Ashland, Ore. (Proof 983, Vol. 14); Priority 1890; 20.00 second-feet, Chapman Creek ditch; 27.00 cubic feet, Keeler Creek ditch; for Mining, Nov. 1 to May 1; Description of place of use: Placer mines located in the SW¼NW¼; NW¼SW¼;. Sec. 25; S½ NE¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
KANAKA GULCH,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    DAVID DORN, Watkins, Ore. (Proof 984, Vol. 14); Priority March 1904; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Dorn ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 30, Tp. 40 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
PALMER CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    HENRY STEPHENSON, Watkins, Ore. (Proof 985, Vol. 14); Priority 1883; 0.60 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Dews ditch; Description of place of use: 30 acres in SW½ SW¼; Sec. 8, Tp. 40 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
BEAVER CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    C. C. BUCK, Watkins, Ore. (Proof 987, Vol. 14); Priority 1881; 0.15 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Redden ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 40 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    FRANK CAMERON, Jacksonville, Ore. (Proof 986, Vol. 14); Priority 1896; 0.40 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Beaver ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 40 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    A. D. McKEE, Watkins, Ore. (Proof 988, Vol. 14); Priority 1885; 0.32 second-foot; for Irrigation of 16 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; McKee ditch; Description of place of use: 16 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 40 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    AMOS McKEE, Watkins, Ore. (Proof 989, Vol. 14); Priority 1876; 0.95 second-foot; for Irrigation of 57 acres and Stock use; Comstock ditch; Description of place of use; 17 acres in SE¼NW¼; 7 acres in NE¼SW¼; 20 acres in SE¼NW¼; 13 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 40 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
WERTZ SPRINGS,
Tributary to Applegate River.
    S. M. WERTZ, Ruch, Ore. (Misc. Claims); Priority May 1902; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre; and Domestic use; Wertz ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
KENNY CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    CARY CULY, Watkins, Ore. (Proof 990, Vol. 14); Priority 1880; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Culy ditch; Description of place of use: 12 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 40 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
MULE CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    RAMEY PHILLIPS, Watkins, Ore. (Proof 991, Vol. 14); Priority 1891; 0.18 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres, and Domestic use; Phillips ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 40 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
BROS. SPRING,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    DAVID DORN, Watkins, Ore. (Proof 992, Vol. 14); Priority 1897; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Spring ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 40 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SQUAW CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    TERRENCE P. BYRNE, ESTATE OF, Watkins, Ore. (Proof 993, Vol. 14); Priority 1876; 0.60 second-foot; for Irrigation of 18 acres, and Domestic, Stock and Storage; Thurman & Collins ditch, and Squaw Lake reservoir; Description of place of use: 3 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 36; Tp. 40 S. R. 4 W. W.M., 2 acres in NE¼NE¼; 10 acres in NW¼NE¼; 3 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 41 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.); (Proof 994, Vol. 14); Priority 1894; 0.24 second-feet; for Irrigation of 7 acres, and storage; Byrne ditch, Squaw Lake reservoir; Description of place of use: 7 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 41 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    A. E. COLLINS, Watkins, Ore. (Proof 995, Vol. 14); Priority 1876; 0.50 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres, and Stock and Storage; Thurman & Collins ditch, and Squaw Lake reservoir; Description of place of use: 15 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 36; Tp. 40 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 996, Vol. 14); Priority 1872; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Collins ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 36; Tp. 40 S. R. 4 W. W.M. Jackson County, Oregon.
    MRS. LOUISE HARR (Successor to J. P. Harr), Watkins, Ore. (Proof 998, Vol. 14); Priority 1876; 0.67 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres, and Domestic, Stock and Storage; Thurman & Collins ditch, and Squaw Lake reservoir; Description of place of use: 6 acres in NE¼NE¼; 2 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 41 S. R. 4 W. W.M.; 2 acres in NW¼NW¼; 10 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 41 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JOHN HASKINS, Watkins, Ore. (Proof 997, Vol. 14); Priority 1897; 0.67 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Haskins ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SW¼NW¼; 6 acres in SE¼NW¼; 4 acres in NE¼SW¼; 4 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 41 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    P. F, SWAYNE, Watkins, Ore. (Proof 999, Vol. 14); Priority 1876; 1.34 second-feet; for Irrigation of 40 acres, and Domestic, Stock and Storage; Thurman & Collins ditch, and Squaw Lake reservoir; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NE¼NE¼; 18 acres in NW¼NE¼; 13 acres in SW¼NE¼; 4 acres in SE¼NW¼; 3 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 36; Tp. 40 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GEO. K. WAIT, ESTATE OF, Watkins, Ore. (Proof 1000, Vol. 14); Priority 1898; 0.54 second-foot; for Irrigation of 16 acres; Squaw Creek ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in NE¼NE¼; 8 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 41 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    M. M. WELCH, Watkins, Ore. (Proof 1001, Vol. 14); Priority 1904; 0.67 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Squaw Lake ditch; Description of place of use: 9 acres in NW¼NE¼; 11 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 4, Tp. 41 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
COUGAR CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    M. WATKINS, ESTATE OF, Watkins, Ore. (Proof 1002, Vol. 14); Priority Jan. 5, 1889; 0.60 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30 acres; Watkins ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in SW¼NW¼; 6 acres in NW¼SW¼; 23 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 2; Tp. 41 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
THOMPSON CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    JAS. BINGHAM, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 1003, Vol. 14); Priority 1882; 0.52 second-foot; for Irrigation of 36 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Houston ditch; Description of place of use: 15 acres in NE¼SE¼; 21 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    JOHN BINGHAM, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 1004, Vol. 14); Priority 1872; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres, and Domestic and Stock; John S. Miller ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    M. F. BINGHAM, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 1005, Vol. 14); Priority 1901; 0.40 second-foot; for Irrigation of 28 acres, and Domestic and Stock; James Rock ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 19; 3 acres in SW¼SW¼; 15 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 39 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 1006, Vol. 14); Priority 1869; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Steve Oyster ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 39 S R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    HORACE R. BLEVIN (Successor to Phila Bliven), Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 1007, Vol. 14); Priority 1899; 0.24 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres, and Stock; Schenkers, Elmore and Hilkey ditches; Description of place of use: 12 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Priority 1899); 1.00 second-foot; for Mining, Nov. 1 to May 1; Schenkers ditch; water returned to stream upon premises; Description of place of use: Placer Mines located in W½ NW¼NE¼; Sec. 5, Tp. 39 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    C. H. ELMORE, Deceased, ESTATE OF, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 1008, Vol. 14); Priority Sept. 15, 1905; 1.03 second-feet; for Irrigation of 72 acres, and Stock; Elmore ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in SW¼NE¼; 12 acres in NE¼SW¼; 40 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    DANIEL HILKEY, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 1013, Vol. 14); Priority 1863; 1.03 second-feet; for Irrigation of 72 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Winetrout ditch; Description of place of use: 40 acres in NE¼NE¼; 11 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 32; 6 acres in NE¼SE¼; 5 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 29; 10 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    M. D. HOGAN (Successor to Lee Harrington), Applegate, Ore. (Proof 1010, Vol. 14); Priority 1890; 0.81 second-foot; for Irrigation of 21½ acres, and Stock; Harrington ditch; Description of place of use: 12½ acres in SE¼NE¼; 9 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    OSCAR KNOX & C. C. PRESLEY, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 1018, Vol. 14); Priority 1878; 0.29 second-foot; for Irrigation of 17 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Louden ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in NE¼NW¼; 12 acres in NW¼ NW¼; Sec. 8; 2 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    D. W. KNUTZEN, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 1015, Vol. 14); Priority 1894; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre, and Stock; Knutzen and Gordon ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    LIDA MEE and ANDERSON MEE, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 1020, Vol. 14); Priority 1869; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Priority 1872; 0.18 second-foot; for Irrigation of 9 acres, and Domestic and Stock; J. W. Mee ditches No. 1 and No. 2; Description of place of use: 8 acres in SW¼NE¼; 6 acres in SE¼NE¼; 3 acres in NW¼SE¼; 2 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 39 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    WARREN D. MEE, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 1022, Vol. 14); Priority 1868; 0.16 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres, and Domestic and Stock; John S. Miller ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 1023, Vol. 14); Priority 1872; 0.65 second-foot; for Irrigation of 45 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Hinkle ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SW¼NE¼; 12 acres in SE¼NE¼; 9 acres in NE¼NE¼; 14 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    WALTER MILLER, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 1024, Vol. 14); Priority 1872; 0.29 second-foot; for Irrigation of 14 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Thomas Mee ditch; Description of place of use: 9 acres in SE¼NE¼; 5 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    (Proof 1025, Vol. 14); Priority 1889; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Miller ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M.; Josephine County, Oregon.
    MRS. MARY B. ORR (Successor to R. A. Gray and R. E. Gray), care of Wm. S. Crowell, 109 N. Central Ave., Medford, Ore. (Proof 1009, Vol. 14); Priority 1869; 0.43 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Steve Oyster ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in NW¼NE¼; 5 acres in SW¼NE¼; 1 acre in NE¼NW¼; 16 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 39 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    F. RUCH, Applegate, Ore., Priority Jan. 1, 1909; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Anderson Mee ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in NE¼SW¼; 3 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 39 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    W. C. SPARKS, Raymond, Wash. (Proof 1044, Vol. 14); Priority 1876; 0.34 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres, and Stock; Beckner ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SE¼NW¼; 10 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 36; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
DARNIEL GULCH,
A Tributary of Thompson Creek.
    LIDA MEE AND ANDERSON MEE, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 1026, Vol. 14); Priority 1873; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres, and Domestic and Stock; James Mee ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 39 S. R. 4. W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
NINE MILE CREEK,
A Tributary of Thompson Creek.
    M. F. BINGHAM, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 1027, Vol. 14); Priority 1895; 0.26 second-foot; for Irrigation of 13 acres, and Domestic and Stock; 0.39 second-foot (supplemental to Jas. Rock ditch); for Irrigation of 27 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Nine Mile ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NE¼NW¼; 7 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 19; 13 acres in SE¼SW¼; 10 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 39 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    A. C. BURGER, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 1028, Vol. 14); Priority 1908; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre; Burger ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 39 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SPRINGS IN SEC. 32, TP. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M.,
Tributaries of Thompson Creek.
    HORACE R. BLIVEN (Successor to Phila Bliven), Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 1029, Vol. 14); Priority 1899; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; Bliven ditch; Description of place of use: 15 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
JAMISON CREEK,
A Tributary of Thompson Creek.
    JAMES W. MEE, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 1030, Vol. 14); Priority 1882; 0.26 second-foot; for Irrigation of 13 acres, and Domestic and Stock; James W. Mee ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in SW¼SW¼; 5 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 8; 5 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 39 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
LEFT FORK OF TALLOW BOX CREEK,
A Tributary of Thompson Creek.
    GEO. C. HOFFMAN, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 1031, Vol. 14); Priority 1880; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres; Hoffman ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
RIGHT FORK OF TALLOW BOX CREEK,
A Tributary of Thompson Creek.
    GEO. C. HOFFMAN, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 1032, Vol. 14), Priority 1880; 0.34 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Hoffman ditch; Description of place of use 10 acres in NE¼SW¼; 10 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
HINKLE GULCH,
A Tributary of Thompson Creek.
    W. F. WRIGHT, Applegate, Ore. (Proof  1033, Vol. 14); Priority 1901; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre; Wright ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 22; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
DRY GULCH,
A Tributary of Thompson Creek.
    G. S. KINDLE, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 1034, Vol. 14); Priority 1900; 0.12 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres, and Domestic use; Kindle ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 39 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
COVE CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    MRS. M. B. COOK, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 1017, Vol. 14); Priority 1870; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres, and Domestic use; Cove ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 8, Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
CARBERRY FORK AND TRIBUTARIES,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    MILES AGEE and GEORGE KOHLHAGEN, Steamboat, Ore. (Proof 1035, Vol. 14); Priority 1894; 0.28 second-foot; for Irrigation of 11 acres; Goodwin ditch; Description of place of use: 11 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 27; Tp. 40 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1894; 4.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1 to May 1; Goodwin ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mines in Sec. 27; Tp. 40 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
STEVES FORK OF CARBERRY FORK.
    MILES AGEE and GEORGE KOHLHAGEN, Steamboat, Ore. (Proof 1036, Vol. 14); Priority 1857; 2.00 second-feet; for Irrigation of 100 acres, and Stock; Epperson & Ganty ditches; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SW¼SW¼; 20 acres in SE¼SW¼; 10 acres in NE¼SE¼; 30 acres in SW¼SE¼; 34 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 21; Tp. 40 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 1037, Vol. 14); Priority 1857; 18.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1 to May 1, Ganty & Epperson ditches; Description of place of use; Placer mines in Sec. 21; Tp. 40 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    OREGON HYDRAULIC MINING COMPANY, a corporation, 764 Pacific Bldg., San Francisco, Cal. (Proofs 1042-1043, Vol. 14); Priority 1907; 15.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1 to July 1; California ditch; Priority 1908; 15.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1 to July 1; Arizona ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mine of 160 acres situate 7 miles up stream from Old Steamboat Stamp Mill, Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority 1908; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre; Arizona ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre of unsurveyed land in National Forest Reserve.
O'BRIEN and STURGIS FORKS OF CARBERRY FORK. 
    MILES AGEE and GEORGE KOHLHAGEN, Steamboat, Ore. (Proof 1037, Vol. 14); Priority 1857; 2.50 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1 to May 1; Epperson ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mines in Sec. 21; Tp. 40 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    W. H. MEAD, Spokane, Wash.; Priority 1872, 9.00 second-feet; Priority 1884, 25.00 second-feet; Priority 1869, 20.00 second-feet; Priority 1901, 20.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1 to July 1; Meldrum and Sturgis ditches; Description of place of use: Placer mining, and hydraulic mining properties, to wit: SE¼SE¼; N½ SW¼SE¼; S½ NW¼SE¼; N½ SW¼; S½ SW¼SE¼; S½ SW¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 40 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1872; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres; Meldrum ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 40 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1857; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1 acre; Epperson ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in S½; Sec. 20; Tp. 40 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1869; 0.60 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30 acres; Sturgis ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NW¼SW¼; 20 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 40 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    THOMPSON CREEK IRRIGATION ASSOCIATION--See Paragraph 10.
O'BRIEN FORK OF CARBERRY FORK.
    J. C. KNUTZEN, Steamboat, Ore. (Proof 1038, Vol. 14); Priority 1897; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Caldwell ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 40 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1897; 10.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1 to May 1; Caldwell ditch; Description of place of use: Placer Mines on Swamp Gulch in Tp. 40 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GILBERT L. WATSON (By A. E. Reames), Medford, Ore. (Proof 1058, Vol. 14); Priority 1867; 8.00 second-feet; for Mining, Nov. 1 to July 1; O'Brien ditch; Description of place of use: Watson Mines in Tp. 40 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
STURGIS FORK OF CARBERRY FORK.
    JOHN OFFENBACHER AND FRED OFFENBACHER, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 1041; Vol. 14); Priority 1897; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Swartzfager ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in NW¼NE¼; 4 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 40 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
JUMPOFF JOE CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    A. L. ENYART & W. M. MORRISON, Merlin, Oregon (Proof 533, Vol. 9); Priority 1893; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Enyart ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 35 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    HYDRAULIC MINING CO., Portland, Ore. (Proof 534; Vol. 9); Priority July 1897; 15.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Howland & Cook ditch; water to be returned to stream in the SE¼; Sec. 36; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., or above; Description of place of use: Quartz mill in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 35 S. R. 5 W. W.M. Placer mining on Secs. 24; 25, 36; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., and in Secs, 30, 31, Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    E. C. NEELY, R.F.D. No. 2, Grants Pass, Ore., and FLORENCE M. COCHRANE, Merlin, Ore. (Proof 535, Vol. 9); Priority April 1, 1889; 1.86 second-feet; for Irrigation of 120 acres; Neely ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 2; 40 acres in NE¼NW¼; 20 acres in NW¼NW¼; 40 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 35 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    SWASTIKA MINING CO., Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 564, Vol. 9); Priority 1871; 0.38 second-foot; for Irrigation of 26 acres; Priority 1896; 0.40 second-foot; for Irrigation of 28 acres; Tetherow or Steel ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in SW¼SE¼; 28 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M.; 25 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 35 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority 1871; 0.55 second-foot; for Power (2 horsepower), Oct. 1st to May 15th; Tetherow or Steel ditch; water returned to stream in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Description of place of use: Power plant situate in the SE¼NW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority 1871; 12½ second-feet; for Placer Mining, Oct. 1st to May 15th; Tetherow or Steel ditch; water to be returned to stream in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M.; Description of place of use: Placer mining in Secs. 28, 29 and 32, Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    (Proof 565, Vol. 9); Priority 1872; 0.36 second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres; Brown or Pollock ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NE¼SW¼; 9 acres in NW¼SW¼; 14 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    (Proof 566, Vol. 9); Priority Sept. 23, 1895; 20.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Swastika Mining Company's piping ditch; water to be returned to stream in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., or above; Description of place of use: Placer mines located in Secs. 28, 29 and 32, Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    THREE PINES TIMBER CO., Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 536, Vol. 9); Priority April, 1907; 1.89 second-feet; for Fluming lumber; Three Pines Timber Company's flume; Description of place of use: Diverting in Sec. 36, Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., thence westerly to the Three Pines station, Josephine County, Oregon. (See under Fall Creek, Mt. Pitt Gulch, post.); (Proof 537, Vol. 9); Priority 1872; 0.47 second-foot; for Irrigation of 32½ acres, and Domestic and Stock; Brown or Pollock ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in SW¼NW¼; 12½ acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 35 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. 
    (Proof 538, Vol. 9); Priority Sept. 1, 1892, 10.00 second-feet; for Power (30 horsepower); Stover ditch; water to be returned to stream in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 36; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M.; Description of place of use: Power plant situated in the SE¼NE¼; Sec. 36; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    (Proof 539, Vol. 9); Priority 1871; 0.62 second-foot; for Irrigation of 43 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Tetherow or Steel ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in NW¼NE¼; 16 acres in NE¼NW¼; 24 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 35 S R. 5.W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    WOODFORD & COOK, Merlin, Ore. (Proof 540, Vol. 9); Priority 1875; 1.50 second-feet; for Irrigation of 105 acres; Horatio Simkins ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 35 S. R. 6 W. W.M.; 20 acres in SE¼SW¼; 30 acres in SE¼SE¼; 35 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 13; Tp. 35 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
MT. PITT GULCH,
A Tributary of Jumpoff Joe Creek.
    THREE PINES TIMBER CO., Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 539, Vol. 9); Priority April 1907; 0.25 second-foot; for Lumber fluming (supplemental supply); Tetherow or Steel ditch; supplementary supply for the Three Pines Timber Company's flume.
FALL CREEK,
A Tributary of Jumpoff Joe Creek.
    THREE PINES TIMBER CO., Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 539, Vol. 9); Priority April 1907; 0.50 second-foot; for Lumber fluming (supplemental supply); Fall Creek flume; Supplementary supply for the Three Pines Timber Company's flume.
QUARTZ CREEK,
A Tributary of Jumpoff Joe Creek.
    ELLEN M. CARLOCK, Merlin, Ore. (Proof 541, Vol. 9); Priority April 1889; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres; Carlock ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 35 S. R. 6 W. W.M. Josephine County, Oregon.
    JOHN C. COCHRANE, Merlin, Ore. (Proof 542, Vol. 9); Priority 1886; 0.58 second-foot; for Irrigation of 40 acres, and Stock; Cochrane ditch; Description of place of use: 15 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 5; 2 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 6; 23 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 35 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    CARRIE FRY, Merlin, Ore. (Proof 543, Vol. 9); Priority Nov. 1878; 0.22 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; Priority 1888; 0.22 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; Brockman ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NE¼SW¼; 10 acres in SW¼SW¼; 10 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 35 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
BUMMER CREEK,
A Tributary of Quartz Creek.
    LEMUEL T. GREEN, ESTATE OF--See Paragraph 7.
    LOUIS A. HAMMOND & GRACE E. HAMMOND, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 545, Vol. 9); Priority 1886; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; Hammond ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SW¼SE¼; 6 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    HYDRAULIC MINING CO., Portland, Ore. (Proof 546, Vol. 9); Priority 1897; 7.00 second-feet; for Mining; Oct. 1st to June 1st; Mt. Pitt ditch; water to be returned to Bummer Gulch near the SE corner of the NW¼SW¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M.; Description of place of use: Placer Mines in Secs. 23 and 24; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    C. D. SEXTON, Hugo, Ore. (Proof 570, Vol. 9); Priority 1862; 10.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Bummer Creek ditch; water returned to Jumpoff Joe Creek on premises; Description of place of use: SW¼SE¼; and W½ SE¼SE¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    JOHN A. WISE, ESTATE, Merlin, Ore. (Proof 547, Vol. 9); Priority 1905; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Wise ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 35 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
CUP CREEK,
A Tributary of Bummer Creek.
    EMILY TAVIS, Merlin, Ore. (Proof 548, Vol. 9; also amended claim); Priority 1880; 0.52 second-foot; for Irrigation of 36 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Cup ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in NW¼NE¼; 15 acres in NE¼NW¼; 15 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 35 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    ROBERT CROCKETT, Merlin, Ore. (Proof 549, Vol. 9); Priority 1884; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Crockett ditch; Description of place of use: 12 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
SPRING BRANCH,
A Tributary of Cup Creek.
    R. S. CROCKETT, Hugo, Ore. (Proof 550, Vol. 9); Priority 1898; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Hill ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
LOUSE CREEK,
A Tributary of Jumpoff Joe Creek.
    NATHAN MERRITT, R.F.D. No. 1, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 551, Vol. 9); Priority 1896; 0.12 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres; Merritt ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 35 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    FRANK E. MOODY, Merlin, Ore. (Proof 552, Vol. 9); Priority June 25, 1893; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; Moody flume; Description of place of use: 8 acres in SW¼NE¼; 7 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 21; Tp. 35 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    MARY MYRICK, Roseburg, Ore. (Proof 553, Vol. 9); Priority 1879; 0.45 second-foot; for Irrigation of 31 acres; Cole ditch; Description of place of use: 25 acres in NE¼SW¼; 6 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 25; Tp. 35 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    ROGUE RIVER ORCHARD CO., Merlin, Ore. (Proof 554, Vol. 9); Priority 1879; 0.36 second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres; Cole ditch; Description of place of use: 17 acres in NW¼SW¼; 8 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 25; Tp. 35 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    W. J. SAVAGE & G. M. SAVAGE, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 556, Vol. 9); Priority 1859; 0.29 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Priority 1887; 0.32 second-foot; for Irrigation of 22 acres; McDonough ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in NE¼SW¼; 10 acres in SE¼SW¼; 3 acres in NE¼SE¼; 20 acres in NW¼SE¼; 5 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 35 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority 1859; 0.20 second-foot; for Manufacturing; McDonough ditch; Description of place of use: To carry waste material from saw mill in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 35 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    M. J. SEELY, 1991 Howard St., San Francisco, Cal. G. W. SEELY, Aromas, Cal.; F. A. GAGE, Grants Pass, Ore.; and W. E. GAGE, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 557, Vol. 9); Priority 1865; 0.17 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Van Peer ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 28; 2 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 21; Tp. 35 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority 1865; 15.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Van Peer ditch; water returned to stream within said mine; Description of place of use: S½ SE¼SE¼; Sec. 21; W½ NW¼; Sec. 27; E½ NE¼; E½ NE¼SE¼; NE¼NW¼NE¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 35 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
SOLDIER CREEK,
A Tributary of Louse Creek.
    M. A. CARDOZA, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 558, Vol. 9); Priority Feb. 1, 1894; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; James Crow ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 35 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    W. J. & G. M. SAVAGE, Grants Pass, Ore. (Miscellaneous Claims); Priority 1895; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres, and Domestic and Stock; John Taylor ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SW¼NW¼; 3 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 35 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
MIDDLE FORK OF LOUSE CREEK,
A Tributary of Louse Creek.
    OREGON GOLD MINES CO., Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 559, Vol. 9); Priority 1880; 2.50 second-feet; Priority 1891; 5.00 second-feet; Priority 1901; 20.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Ditch No. 2 and Ditch No. 3; Description of place of use: S½ SE¼NW¼; S½ SW¼NE¼; NW¼SE¼; E½ SE¼; Sec. 27; SW¼; SE¼NW¼NW¼; NE¼SE¼; SE¼NE¼; S½ NE¼NE¼; E½ S½ NW¼SE¼; Sec. 26; W½ NW¼; Sec. 35; E½ E½ NE¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 35 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
NORTH FORK OF LOUSE CREEK,
A Tributary of Louse Creek.
    OREGON GOLD MINES CO., Grants Pass., Ore. (Proof 559, Vol. 9); Priority 1891; 9.00 second-feet; for supplemental Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Ditch No. 1; A right to supplement the flow to ditch No. 3 in order that its discharge may be maintained at 25 second-feet. Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority 1879; 0.29 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Murray ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 27, Tp. 35 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
SOUTH FORK OF LOUSE CREEK,
A Tributary of Louise Creek.
    OREGON GOLD MINES CO., Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 559, Vol. 9); Priority 1891; 10.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Ditch No. 4 and Ditch No. 5; Appurtenant to the above described lands for the various mining uses, Josephine County, Oregon.
BREAK DOWN CREEK,
A Tributary of Jumpoff Joe Creek. 
    S. E. BRUNE, Aurora, Ore. (Proof 560, Vol. 9); Priority 1875; 0.58 second-foot; for Irrigation of 40 acres; Sexton ditch; Description of place of use: 40 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 35; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
SHORT HORN GULCH,
A Tributary of Jumpoff Joe Creek.
    CHARLES PAYNE, Grants Pass, Ore. (Miscellaneous Claims); Priority Feb. 1892; 0.16 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres, and Domestic use; Barrett ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 31; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    RUTH M. WRIGHT & CLAUDE I. WRIGHT, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 561, Vol. 9); Priority Feb. 1892; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres; Barrett ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 31; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
JACKS CREEK,
A Tributary of Jumpoff Joe Creek.
    H. M. GORHAM, R.F.D. No. 1, Box 26, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 563, Vol. 9); Priority 1860; 2.22 second-feet; for Irrigation of 155 acres, Domestic and Stock and Dairy use; H. M. Gorham ditch; Description of place of use: 15 acres in NW¼NE¼; 40 acres in SW¼NE¼; 35 acres in SE¼NE¼; 25 acres in SE¼SW¼; 20 acres in NW¼SE¼; 20 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 31, Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    SWASTIKA MINING CO., Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 567, Vol. 9); Priority 1879; 10.00 second-feet; Pettengill ditch; Priority 1868; 5.00 second-feet; Hill Piping; 5.00 second-feet; Byrce ditch; 5.00 second-feet; Bywash; 5.00 second-feet Roberts ditch; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; water returned to stream at place of use on said premises; Description of place of use: Placer Mining in sections 28, 29 and 32; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
HORSE CREEK,
A Tributary of Jacks Creek.
    SWASTIKA MINING CO., Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 567, Vol. 9); Priority 1879; 5.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Horse Creek ditch; water to be returned to Jacks Creek on said premises; Description of place of use: Placer Mining in Sec. 32, Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
COVE CREEK,
A Tributary of Jacks Creek.
    W. C. LONG and AUGUST FITSCH, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 568, Vol. 9); Priority Nov. 19, 1900; 10.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Long & Fitsch ditch; water to be returned to Jumpoff Joe Creek at or immediately below place of use; Description of place of use: Placer Mining in Secs. 4 and 5; Tp. 35 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
RICKABEE and FRENCH GULCHES,
Tributaries of Jumpoff Joe Creek.
    C. D. SEXTON, Hugo, Ore. (Proof 569, Vol. 9); Priority 1862; 8.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct 1st to June 1st; Sexton ditch; water returned to stream on said premises; Description of place of use: Placer mining SW¼SE¼; W½ SE¼SE¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
NORTH FORK OF JUMPOFF JOE CREEK.
    OREGON GOLD MINES CO., Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 571, Vol. 9); Priority April 1879; 0.29 second-feet; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Murry ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 27, Tp. 35 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
LOZIER CREEK,
A Tributary of Jumpoff Joe Creek.
    A. M. CHERRY--See Paragraph 7.
GRAVE CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    COLUMBIA MINES CO., care of Allen & Lewis, Portland, Ore., and LELAND LAND COMPANY (By L. A. Lewis), Portland, Ore. (Proof 572, Vol. 9); Priority 1893; 50.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Columbia Mines upper ditch; Description of place of use: Placer Mining on Columbia Mines properties on Grave Creek, Tom East Creek and other small tributaries to Grave Creek above the mouth of Tom East Creek. Leland Placer Mines on Grave Creek near Leland, Oregon, Josephine County, Oregon.
    (Proof 573, Vol. 9); Priority 1895; 85.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Lower ditch; Description of place of use: Placer Mining on Columbia Mines properties.
    Priority 1895; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4.9 acres; Lower ditch; Description of place of use: .8 acre in NE¼SW¼; 1.3 acres in NW¼SW¼; 2.8 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    H. R. NEHRBAS (Successor to J. P. Duncan), Leland, Ore. (Proof 574, Vol. 9); Priority 1891; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 18 acres; Steam Beer ditch; Description of place of use: 12 acres in NE¼NW¼; 6 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    (Proof 575, Vol. 9); Priority 1863; 0.64 second-foot; for Irrigation of 38 acres; Harkness ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in SW¼SW¼; 15 acres in SE¼SW¼; 4 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 2; 6 acres in NW¼NE¼; 10 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    V. E. FARLEIGH, Leland, Ore. (Proof 576, Vol. 9); Priority 1891; 1.09 second-feet; for Irrigation of 65 acres; Alta ditch; Description of place of use: 40 acres in NW¼NW¼; 20 acres in SW¼NW¼; 5 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    FIDELIA A. LANE, Placer, Ore. (Proof 577, Vol. 9); Priority May, 1907; 0.20 second-feet; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Browning ditch (permissive use); Description of place of use: 6 acres in SW¼NE¼; 4 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    L. A. LEWIS, care of Allen & Lewis, Portland, Ore. (Proof 578, Vol. 9); Priority 1870; 0.68 second-foot; for Irrigation of 40 acres; Browning ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SE¼NE¼; 10 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 8; 5 acres in NE¼NW¼; 15 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    T. J. MACKIN, J. R. MACKIN & MARGARET McCASLIN, Leland, Ore. (Proof 580, Vol. 9); Priority 1891; 1.82 second-feet; for Irrigation of 117 acres; Alta ditch; Description of place of use: 27 acres in NE¼NE¼; 26 acres in NW¼NE¼; 8 acres in SW¼NE¼; 23 acres in SE¼NE¼; 31 acres in NE¼NW¼; 2 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    (Proof 582, Vol. 9); Priority June, 1873; 0.57 second-foot; for Irrigation of 34 acres; Mackin ditch; Description of place of use: 17 acres in SW¼SE¼; 12 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 4; 5 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    H. K. MILLER, Leland, Ore. (Proof 583, Vol. 9); Priority 1891; 12.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to May 1st; Alta ditch; water to be returned to Grave Creek in SE¼; Section 6, Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon; Description of place of use: Placer mining in the SE¼; Sec. 6; and all that part of the NE¼ of Sec. 6, south of a line drawn parallel with and 165 ft. north of the south line of the NE¼, Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    E. G. PATTON, Placer, Ore. (Proof 584, Vol. 9); Priority 1870; 0.34 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Browning ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in W½ NE¼NE¼; 4 acres in NW¼NE¼; 6 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    SAMUEL PETTENGILL, Grave [Creek], Ore., and C. H. BEAN, Placer, Ore. (Proof 585, Vol. 9); Priority 1874; 0.16 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; Pettengill & Burton ditch (½ int.); Description of place of use: 4 acres in NE¼SW¼; 4 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    A. A. PORTER, Grants Pass, Ore. (Miscellaneous Claims); Priority 1891; 3.17 second-feet; for Irrigation of 190 acres; Steam Beer ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NW¼NW¼; 17 acres in SW¼NW¼; 9 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 11; 19 acres in NE¼NE¼; 29 acres in NW¼NE¼; 20 acres in SW¼NE¼; 32 acres in SE¼NE¼; 37 acres in NE¼NW¼; 20 acres in SE¼NW¼; 2 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    GEO. PORTER, Grants Pass, Ore., Proofs 82 and 83, Vol. 23, Miscellaneous Claims; Priority 1864; 0.84 second-feet; for Irrigation of 50 acres; Harkness ditch; Description of place of use: 35 acres in SE¼SE¼; 15 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    LIZZIE WILLIAMS, Grave, Ore. (Proof 586, Vol. 9); Priority 1863; 0.97 second-feet for Irrigation of 58 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Harkness ditch; Description of place of use: 16 acres in SW¼NW¼; 2 acres in SE¼NW¼; 6 acres in NE¼SW¼; 4 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 12; 15 acres in NE¼NE¼; 12 acres in NW¼NE¼; 3 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
RAT CREEK,
A Tributary of Grave Creek.
    H. K. MILLER, Leland, Ore. (Proof 583, Vol. 9); Priority 1891; 5.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct 1st to May 1st; Alta ditch; Supplemental to the claimant's Alta ditch right from Grave Creek, and appurtenant to the same lands for the same use.
    A. A. PORTER, Grants Pass, Ore. (Miscellaneous Claims, pp. 84-89, Vol. 23); Priority 1893; 0.75 second-foot; for Irrigation of 45 acres, and Domestic use; DeBolt ditch No. 2; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SE¼NE¼; 14 acres in NE¼SE¼; 4 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 10; 12 acres in SW¼NW¼; 10 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority 1895; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; DeBolt ditch No. 3; Description of place of use: 8 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    WM. LIGHT, Grave, Ore. (Proof 620, Vol. 9); Priority 1891; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 18 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Allen Towns ditch; Description of place of use: 16 acres in SE¼NW¼; 2 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
RIGHT FORK OF RAT CREEK, OR SALT LICK CREEK, 
A Tributary of Rat Creek.
    WM. LIGHT, Grave, Ore. (Proof 621, Vol. 9); Priority 1892; 0.29 second-foot; for Irrigation of 17 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Frank A. Davis ditch; Description of place of use: 17 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
BUMMER CREEK, BYBEE CREEK, UPPER RESERVOIR CREEK AND
LOWER RESERVOIR CREEK,
Tributaries of Grave Creek.
    T. J. MACKIN & J. W. ALDERSON, Leland, Ore. (Proof 581, Vol. 9); Priority June 23, 1893; 10.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Archer ditch; water returned to Grave Creek on following described lands; Description of place of use: SW¼NE¼; NW¼SE¼; N½ SE¼NW¼; SW¼ of NE¼; of NW¼ of NE¼; and W½ NW¼ of SE¼; Sec. 3, Tp. 34 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
ROCK CREEK,
A Tributary of Grave Creek.
    COLUMBIA MINES CO., care of Allen & Lewis, Portland, Ore. (Proof 587, Vol. 9); Priority 1895; 8.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Rock Creek Flume; Supplemental supply to Columbia Mines Upper ditch, Josephine County, Oregon.
    JOHN MALONEY, JOHN HAGERTY & C. E. MEHRINGER, Leland, Ore. (Proof 588, Vol. 9); Priority Oct. 6, 1900; 10.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Maloney ditch; water returned to stream at or immediately below said premises; Description of place of use: Placer mining in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 32, Tp. 33 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
REUBEN CREEK,
A Tributary of Grave Creek.
    SUSAN LAWRENCE-DANA GERHMANN, 327 East Lawrence Avenue, Springfield, Ill., Priority 1906; 10.00 second-feet; for Mining and Power; Lawrence ditch; after use water to be returned to Johnson Gulch, a tributary of Reuben Creek on premises where power is developed; Description of place of use: The Lawrence mine in the SW¼ of Sec. 19; Tp. 39 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    JOHN N. WOODS, Lancaster, Penn. (Proof 589, Vol. 9); Priority 1906; 15.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Ideal Hydraulic Gold Mining Company ditch; water to be returned to Grave Creek on said premises; Description of place of use: Placer mines in Secs. 32 and 33; Tp. 33 S. R. 7 W. W.M., and Sec. 5; Tp. 34 S. R. 7 W. W.M., and placer mines adjoining Josephine County, Oregon. 
McKNABE CREEK,
A Tributary of Grave Creek.
    JOHN N. WOODS, Lancaster, Penn. (Proof 590, Vol. 9); Priority 1906; 12.00 second-feet; for mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; McKnabe ditch; water returned to Grave Creek on said premises; Description of place of use: Placer mining in Secs. 32 and 33; Tp. 33 S. R. 7 W. W.M., and Sec. 5; Tp. 34 S. R. 7 W. W.M., and Placer lands adjoining, Josephine County, Oregon.
FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD FORKS OF POORMANS CREEK.
A Tributary of Grave Creek.
    CHARLES STRANG, Medford, Ore. (Proof 591, Vol. 9); Priority June 20, 1901; 10.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Elwell mining ditch; water returned to Grave Creek on or immediately below said premises; Description of place of use: Placer mining in E½ NW¼; W½ NE¼; and N½ SE¼NE¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 33 S. R.7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
WOLF CREEK,
A Tributary of Grave Creek.
    E. F. HANNUM, Murphy, Oregon (Proof 592, Vol. 9); Priority Oct. 1, 1876; 10.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Hannum ditch; water returned to stream on or immediately below said premises; Description of place of use: Placer mining in Sec. 10; Tp. 33 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    BARBARA MALONEY JOHNSON, Wolf Creek, Ore. (Proof 593, Vol. 9); Priority 1898; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; Klum ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 33 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    WM. A. KLUM, Leland, Ore. (Proof 594, Vol. 9); Priority 1898; 12.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Klum ditch; water returned to Grave Creek East of mouth of Tom East Creek; Description of place of use: S½ NW¼NW¼; N½ SW¼NW¼; SW¼SW¼NW¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., E½ NE¼NE¼; E½ SE¼NE¼; W½ NE¼ NE¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 34 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    DAVID LEHMAN, Speaker, Ore. (Proof 595, Vol. 9); Priority 1901; 0.10 second-feet; for Irrigation of 6 acres Wolf Creek ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in SE¼NE¼; 3 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 33 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    D. F. MATHEWS, Wolf Creek, Ore. (Proof 596, Vol. 9); Priority 1880; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres; Mathews ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 13; Tp. 33 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    WILL C. SMITH, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 597, Vol. 9); Priority 1883; 0.09 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Lewis ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NE¼SE¼; 3 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 33 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    W. G. SMITH, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 598, Vol. 9); Priority 1883; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 14½ acres, and Stock; Smith ditch; Description of place of use: 1½ acres in NW¼NE¼; 3 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 22; 1 acre in SE¼SW¼; 5 acres in SW¼SE¼; 4 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 15; Tp. 33 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    L. SPEAKER, Speaker, Ore. (Proof 599; Vol. 9); Priority 1897; 0.24 second-foot; for Irrigation of 14 acres; Lower Hole in Ground ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NE¼SW¼; 4 acres in SW¼SW¼; 8 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 33 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority 1897; 4.00 second-feet; for Power; Lower Hole in Ground ditch; water returned to stream on premises; Description of place of use: Saw mill in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 33 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
SECESH GULCH AND SAILOR GULCH,
Tributaries of Wolf Creek.
    DAVID LEHMAN, Speaker, Ore. (Proof 595, Vol. 9); Priority 1893; 10.00 second-feet for Mining; water returned to Wolf Creek about 500 feet below mine; Lehman ditch; Description of place of use: Placer Mining the David E. Lehman mine located in Sec. 9, Tp. 33 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
RAMSEY GULCH,
A Tributary of Wolf Creek.
    BARBARA MALONEY JOHNSON, Wolf Creek, Ore. (Proof 600, Vol. 9); Priority 1898; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; Ramsey Gulch ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 33 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
BOULDER CREEK,
A Tributary of Grave Creek.
    COLUMBIA MINES CO., care of Allen & Lewis, Portland, Ore. (Proof 636, Vol. 9); Priority 1894; 5.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Boulder Creek ditch; Supplemental to Columbia Mines upper ditch for use on Columbia Mines Co., property, Josephine County, Oregon.
    RUTH RUBLE & WILLIAM RUBLE, ESTATE (Care of D. R. Ruble, Salem, Ore.); (C. E. Forsythe, Successor in Interest); (Proof 603, Vol. 9); Priority 1881; 8.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1 to June 1 (See also Paragraph 35); Ruble Boulder ditch; Description of place of use: Placer Mining, a right to supplement the flow in the Southworth, Smith Feeder, Ash McWilliams, Ruble South Side, Davis and Ferguson ditches, diverting the waters of Coyote Creek for mining purposes, Josephine County, Oregon.
CLARK CREEK,
A Tributary of Grave Creek.
    COLUMBIA MINES CO., Care Allen & Lewis, Portland, Ore. (Proof 635, Vol. 9); Priority 1894; 10.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Clark Creek ditch; Supplemental to Columbia Mines upper ditch for use on Columbia Mines Co. property, Josephine County, Oregon.
    RUTH RUBLE & WM. RUBLE, ESTATE (C. E. Forsythe, Successor in Interest); (Proof 604, Vol. 9); Priority 1881; 8.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1 to June 1 (see also Paragraph 35); Clark Creek ditch; Description of place of use: A right to supplement the Boulder Creek right by combining the waters of Boulder and Clark creeks and turning it into Coyote to be used for mining purposes through the ditches named under Coyote Creek right.
COYOTE CREEK,
A Tributary of Wolf Creek.
    JOHN KELLY, Wolf Creek, Ore. (Proof 601, Vol. 9); Priority 1879; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres; J. C. Dysert ditch, ⅓ int.; Description of place of use: 2 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 24, Tp. 33 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    H. A. PERKINS, Wolf Creek, Ore. (Proof 602, Vol. 9); Priority 1879; 0.47 second-foot; for Irrigation of 28 acres; J. C. Dysert ditch, ⅔ int.; Description of place of use: 9 acres in SW¼SW¼; 19 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 33 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    RUTH RUBLE & WM. RUBLE, ESTATE (C. E. Forsythe, Successor in Interest); (Proof 606, Vol. 9); Priority 1877, Dec. 22; 10.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1 to June 1 (See also Paragraph 35); Southworth ditch; water returned to Coyote Creek on said premises; Description of place of use: Placer Mining in Sec. 21; Tp. 33 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    (Proof 608, Vol. 9); Priority 1878; 15.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1 to June 1 (See also Paragraph 35); Ash-McWilliams ditch; water returned to stream on said premises; Description of place of use: Placer Mining in Sections 19, 21, 28, 29, 30; Tp. 33 S., R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    (Proof 607, Vol. 9); Priority 1877; 10.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1 to June 1 (See also Paragraph 35); Smith ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mining in Sec. 21, Tp. 33 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon, and as feeder for Ruble reservoir and Ash-McWilliams ditch.
    RUTH RUBLE & WM. RUBLE HEIRS (C. E. Forsythe, Successor in Interest); (Proof 609, Vol. 9); Priority 1879; 5.00 second-feet; Priority 1898; 5.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1 to June 1 (See also Paragraph 35); Ruble South Side ditch; water to be returned to stream on said premises; Description of place of use: Mining on Coyote Creek in Secs. 19, 29, 30; Tp. 33 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    WM. RUBLE HEIRS, Salem, Oregon (C. E. Forsythe, Successor in Interest); (Proof 610, Vol. 9); Priority 1893; 0.32 second-foot; for Irrigation of 19 acres (See also Paragraph 35); Davis ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 33 S. R. 5 W. W.M.; 15 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 33 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority 1860; 6.00 second-feet; for Mining (See also Paragraph 35); Davis ditch; Description of place of use: Above described Ruble Mining properties along Coyote Creek.
    (Proof 611, Vol. 9); Priority 1860; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres; Ferguson ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 33 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority 1860; 7.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1 to June 1 (See also Paragraph 35); Ferguson ditch; water returned to stream on said premises; Description of place of use: Ruble placer mines in Tp. 33 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. 
    (Proof 612, Vol. 9); Priority 1894; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Ruble Pipe; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 33 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
MORRIS GULCH,
A Tributary of Coyote Creek.
    WM. RUBLE ESTATE (C. E. Forsythe, Successor in Interest); (Proof 609, Vol. 9); Priority 1879; 6.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1 to June 1 (See also Paragraph 35); Morris Gulch ditches; Description of place of use: A supplemental supply for mining through small ditches acting as feeders for the South Side Ruble ditch.
BENSON GULCH,
A Tributary of Coyote Creek.
    RUTH RUBLE, Salem, Ore. (C. E. Forsythe, Successor in Interest); (Proof 605, Vol. 9); Priority 1890; 0.13 second-foot,  for Irrigation of 5 acres, and Domestic use; Benson Gulch ditch; Description of place of use: 2½ acres in SE¼SW¼; 2½ acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 21; Tp. 33 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
FOLEY GULCH,
A Tributary of Coyote Creek.
    WM. PAYNE, Wolf Creek, Ore. (Proof 613, Vol. 9); Priority 1898; 5.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1 to June 1; Foley Gulch ditch; water returned to stream at or immediately below place of use; Description of place of use: Placer Mining in the SE¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 33 S. R. 6 W. W.M., and Lots 3 and 4; Sec. 19; Tp. 33 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
JACK ROBINSON GULCH,
A Tributary of Coyote Creek.
    ZADOK C. BROWN, Golden, Ore. (Proof 614, Vol. 9); Priority 1896; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres; Jack Robinson ditch, ¼ int.; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 33 S., R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    P. C. McINTOSH, Golden, Ore. (Proof 615, Vol. 9); Priority Aug. 19, 1904; 7.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1 to June 1; Robinson Gulch ditch; Description of place of use: Mining in S½ SW¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 33 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    M. H. WAGGONER, Grants Pass, Ore. (Miscellaneous Claims); Priority 1896; 0.04 second-foot; for Irrigation of 1¼ acres and Domestic and Stock; Jack Robinson ditch; Description of place of use: 1¼ acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 33 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
BRIMSTONE GULCH,
A Tributary of Grave Creek.
    H. K. MILLER, Leland, Ore. (Proof 617, Vol. 9); Priority 1878; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Lower Brimstone ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority 1878; 10.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1 to June 1; Lower Brimstone ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mining in SE¼ and NE¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    (Proof 618, Vol. 9); Priority 1896; 3.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Haydes & Brimstone Gulch ditches; Description of place of use: Placer Mining in SE¼NW¼; E½ SW¼; NE¼NW¼; SW¼NE¼; W½ SE¼NE¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    (Proof 583, Vol. 9); Priority 1894: 5.00. second-feet; for Mining (Supplemental), Oct. 1 to May 1; Miller ditch; Supplemental to the appropriations through Alta ditch from Grave Creek.
    J. M. DEVALL, A. M. DEVALL, ORE NICHOLS, AND WM. SCOTT, Leland, Ore. (Care of J. M. Devall); (Proof 616, Vol. 9); Priority 1904; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Milt Goff ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
HAYDES GULCH,
A Tributary of Brimstone Gulch. 
    H. K. MILLER, Leland, Ore. (Proof 618, Vol. 9); Priority 1897; 3.00 second-feet; for Mining; A right to supplement the flow in the Haydes and Brimstone Gulch ditches for placer mining the above described lands.
MAPLE CREEK,
A Tributary of Rat Creek.
    OLIVER WARD, Hugo, Ore. (Proof 622, Vol. 9); Priority 1881; 0.15 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Maple Gulch ditch; Description of place of use: 6 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 23; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    (Proof 624, Vol. 9); Priority 1891; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Maple Creek ditch; Description of place of use: 4 acres in SW¼SE¼; 6 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 22; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M, Josephine County, Oregon.
    PETER PIRZER, Hugo, Ore. (Proof 623, Vol. 9); Priority 1901; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres, and Domestic; Pirzer ditch; Description of place of use: 8 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 27; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
SALMON CREEK,
A Tributary of Grave Creek.
    J. P. DUNCAN, Leland, Ore. (Proof 625, Vol. 9); Priority 1903; 0.28 second-foot; for Irrigation of 14 acres; Duncan ditch; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NW¼SE¼; 9 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 2; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    O. R. PENNY, Grave, Ore. (Proof 626, Vol. 9); Priority Dec. 3, 1906; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres; Penny ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 2, Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
BURGESS CREEK OR BENJAMIN GULCH OR SLAGLE CREEK,
A Tributary of Grave Creek.
    SAMUEL PETTENGILL & C. H. BEAN, Placer, Ore. (Proof 628, Vol. 9); Priority 1870; 0.38 second-foot; for Irrigation of 19 acres; Bean ditch; Description of place of use: 15 acres in NW¼SW¼; 4 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 10.)
    WM. O. BENJAMIN, Placer, Ore. (Proof 627, Vol. 9); Priority 1901; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Benjamin ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in NW¼SE¼; 1 acre in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 10.)
MILL CREEK,
A Tributary of Dog Creek.
    THOS. P. CRITESER, Leland, Ore. (Proof 619, Vol. 9); Priority 1896; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Criteser ditch; Description of place of use: 12 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 10.)
SHANKS CREEK, OR SOUTH FORK OF GRAVE CREEK,
Tributary of Grave Creek.
    EMMA DOHL, Placer, Ore. (Proof 631, Vol. 9); Priority 1880; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; three small ditches; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority 1880; 5.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; three small ditches; water returned to Shanks Gulch; Description of place of use: Dohl placer mines along Shanks Gulch, Josephine County, Oregon.
UPPER TOM EAST CREEK,
A Tributary of Grave Creek.
    COLUMBIA MINES CO., Care Allen & Lewis, Portland, Ore. (Proof 632, Vol. 9); Priority 1895; 0.35 second-foot; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Columbia Mines ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mining along Tom East Creek in Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
LOWER TOM EAST CREEK,
A Tributary of Grave Creek.
    WM. A. KLUM, Leland, Ore. (Proof 633, Vol. 9); Priority 1895; 5.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Klum ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mines in S½ NW¼NW¼; N½ SW¼NW¼; SW¼SW¼; NW¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M.; E½ NE¼NE¼; E½ SE¼NE¼; W½ NE¼NE¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 34 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    H. K. MILLER, Leland, Ore. (Proof 583, Vol. 9); Priority 1878; 5.00 second-feet; for Mining (supplemental), Oct. 1st to June 1st; Miller ditch; Supplemental to the appropriation through Alta Ditch from Grave Creek. 
EASTMAN CREEK,
A Tributary of Grave Creek.
    COLUMBIA MINES CO., Care of Allen & Lewis, Portland, Ore. (Proof 634, Vol. 9); Priority 1894; 10.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Eastman ditch; Supplemental to Columbia Mines upper ditch for use on Columbia Mines Co. property, Josephine County, Oregon.
SLATE CREEK,
A Tributary of Grave Creek.
    G. W. BLALOCK, Grave, Ore., N. E. WESTERHIDE, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 637, Vol. 9); Priority 1886; 5.00 second-feet; Lower ditch; Priority 1886; 5 second-feet; Priority 1895; 5.00 second-feet; Middle ditch; Priority 1904; 5.00 second-feet; Upper ditch; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Description of place of use: Placer mining in the SE¼SW¼; W½ SW¼SE¼; Sec. 29; NE¼NW¼; W½ NW¼NE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 33 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
ROTH CREEK DITCH,
A Tributary of Grave Creek.
    G. W. BLALOCK, Grave, Ore., N. E. WESTERHIDE, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof. 638, Vol. 9); Priority 1887; 5.00 second-feet; Middle ditch; Priority 1893; 5.00 second-feet; Lower ditch; Priority 1894; 5.00 second-feet; Upper ditch; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Description of place of use: Placer mining in the SE¼SW¼; W½ SW¼SE¼; Sec. 29; NE¼NW¼; W½ NW¼NE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 33 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
BURGESS CREEK AND SHANKS GULCH,
Tributaries of Grave Creek.
    G. W. BLALOCK, Grave, Ore. (Proof 630, Vol. 9); Priority April 1893; 0.26 second-feet; for Irrigation of 13 acres; one ditch from Burgess Creek and one ditch from Shanks Creek; Description of place of use: 13 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 12, Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
BAKER CREEK,
A Tributary of Grave Creek.
    G. W. BLALOCK, and N. E. WESTERHIDE, Placer, Ore. (Proof 639, Vol. 9); Priority 1892; 4.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Baker Creek ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mining in the SE¼SW¼; W½ SW¼SE¼; Sec. 29; NE¼NW¼; W½ NW¼NE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 33 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
POORMAN CREEK,
A Tributary of Grave Creek.
    E. L. GOFF, Leland, Ore. (Proof 640, Vol. 9); Priority May 1908; 0.40 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Goff ditch; Description of place of use: 12 acres in SE¼NE¼; 8 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 33 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority 1908; 5.00 second-feet; for Mining, Oct. 1st to June 1st; Goff ditch: Description of place of use: Placer mining in Sec. 33; Tp. 33 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
JAP CREEK,
A Tributary of Grave Creek.
    H. K. MILLER, Leland, Ore. (Proof 583, Vol. 9); Priority 1878; 5.00 second-feet; for Supplemental Mining, Oct. 1st to May 1st; Miller ditch; Supplemental to the appropriation through Alta ditch from Grave Creek.
UNNAMED GULCH,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    MINNIE HUSSEY & BELLE HUSSEY, R.F.D. No, 2, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 496, Vol. 8); Priority April, 1895; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres; T. J. Hussey ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 1, Tp. 36 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
LIMPY OR LYMPIA CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    W. H. FLANAGAN, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 497, Vol. 8);. Priority 1870; 25.00 second-feet; for Hydraulic Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Lympia Creek ditch; water returned to Rogue River after use; Description of place of use: Placer mines, Tp. 36 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    JOSEPH MOSS & M. CLEMENS (Successors to Isaac Findley), Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 498, Vol. 8); Priority April 1876; 1.00 second-foot; for Irrigation of 50 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Daniel Green ditch; Description of place of use: 15 acres in Lot 8; 4 acres in Lot 7; 5 acres in Lot 10; 20 acres in NE¼SW¼; 6 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 36 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
SHAN CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    WM. G. ANDERSON, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 499, Vol. 8); Priority 1880; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation; Yokum ditch; Description of place of use: 12 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 36 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    (Proof 500, Vol. 8); Priority 1880; 15.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; McCallister ditch; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Placer mines along Shan Creek in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 11, Tp. 36 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    S. J. TAYLOR (Successor in interest to J. W. Fitzpatrick), R.F.D. No. 2, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 501, Vol. 8); Priority 1896; 0.70 second-feet; for Irrigation of 35 acres; Bybee ditch (see Paragraph 34); Description of place of use: 16 acres in NW¼NE¼; 19 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 36 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    W. H. FLANAGAN, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 502, Vol. 8); Priority 1870; 25.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Bybee ditch; water returned to Rogue River after use; Description of place of use: Placer mines in Tp. 36 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    (Proof 503, Vol. 8); Priority 1880; 15.00 second-feet; for Hydraulic Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Shan Creek ditch; water returned to stream at place of use; Description of place of use: Placer mines in Tp. 36 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
TAYLOR CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    H. L. LEWIS, Galice, Ore. (Proof 504, Vol. 8); Priority 1901; 0.45 second-foot; for Irrigation of 22½ acres; Lewis ditch; Description of place of use: 1 acre in NE¼SE¼; 1½ acres in NW¼SE¼; 12 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 6; 8 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 35 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. 
    TAYLOR CREEK MINING COMPANY, a corporation, Roseburg, Ore. (Miscellaneous Claim), p. 125, Vol. 23); Priority June 13, 1899; 15.00 second-feet; Armstrong ditch; Priority May 21, 1903; 15.00 second-feet; Chapin ditch; for Hydraulic Placer Mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Description of place of use: Placer mines along Taylor Creek in Tp. 35 S. R. 7 W. W.M., and Tp. 35 S. R. 8 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
STRATTON CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    C. H. LEWIS, Lewis Building, Portland, Ore. (Proof 505, Vol. 8); Priority 1896; 20.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining, Oct. 1st to May 1st; Lewis ditch; Description of place of use: Placer mines in Secs. 32 and 33, Tp. 34 S. R. 7 W. W.M., and Sec. 5, Tp. 35 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
PICKETT CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    FRED W. DUNN & C. C. ENGLISH--See Paragraph 9.
    FRED W. DUNN & C. C. ENGLISH, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 507, Vol. 8); Priority 1893; 0.59 second-foot; for Irrigation of 35 acres; Dobbins ditch; Description of place of use: 17 acres in NW¼NE¼; 9 acres in SW¼NE¼; 9 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 35 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 7.)
    A. I. HUSSEY, Merlin, Ore. (Proof 508, Vol. 8); Priority 1893; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; Dobbins & Hussey extension ditch; Description of place of use: 3 acres in Lot 3 (NW¼NW¼); Sec. 25; 12 acres in Lot 3 (SW¼SW¼); Sec. 24, Tp. 35 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    G. W. STURGEON, Merlin, Ore. (Proof 509, Vol. 8); Priority 1898; 25.00 second-feet; for Placer mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Big Pickett ditch; water returned after use to Little Pickett Creek; Description of place of use: Placer mines along Little Pickett Creek in Secs. 22 and 23, Tp. 35 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    GEO. W. TREFREN, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 510, Vol. 8); Priority Nov. 22, 1893; 25.00 second-feet; for Placer mining, Nov. 1st to May 1st; Oviatt or Big 4 ditch; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Placer mines in N½ SW¼; S½ NW¼; Sec. 26; NE¼SE¼; Sec. 27; Tp. 35 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
GALICE CREEK, A TRIBUTARY OF ROGUE RIVER, AND LEFT HAND
FORK OF GALICE CREEK AND McMAHON GULCH.
    ISAAC K. EVANS, Trustee, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 511, Vol. 8); Priority 1894; 17.00 second-feet; for Hydraulic placer mining; Cousins or Chinese ditch; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Placer mines on unsurveyed land.
    Priority 1894; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of ¾ acre; Cousins or Chinese ditch; Description of place of use: ¾ acre on unsurveyed land, Tp. 34 S. R. 8 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
LEFT HAND FORK (SOUTH FORK) OF GALICE CREEK (INCLUDING TOWNER, BARTLEY, SLIDE, DUTCH BOYS AND ANKENY TUNNEL GULCHES).
    MISS EMMA G. ROBINSON, 642 Weidler Street, Portland, Ore. (Proof 512, Vol. 8); Priority 1860; 10.00 second-feet; for Hydraulic Placer Mining; High line ditch; water returned to stream after use in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 3 hereinafter referred to; Description of place of use: Placer Mines in Sections 3, 4, 8 and 9, Tp. 35 S. R. 8 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    (Proof 513, Vol. 8); Priority 1865; 15.00 second-feet; for Hydraulic Placer Mining; Low Line ditch; water returned to stream upon premises; Description of place of use: Placer mines as above described under High Line ditch.
LEFT HAND FORK OF GALICE CREEK (INCLUDING CHIEFTAIN CREEK AND UPPER TRIBUTARIES).
    OLD CHANNEL MINING COMPANY, a corporation, and J. R. HARVEY, Tenants in Common, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 519, Vol. 8); Priority 1876; 25.00 second-feet; for Hydraulic Placer Mining; Blue Gravel ditch; water returned to stream above mouth of Left Fork; Description of place of use: Old Channel Placer Mines in Tps. 34 and 35 S., R. 8 W. W.M., Galice Creek Mining District, unsurveyed, Josephine County, Oregon.
RIGHT OR NORTH FORK OF GALICE CREEK (INCLUDING BLANCHARD, BLACKSTONE AND CHINA GULCHES).
    EMMA G. ROBINSON (Proof 514, Vol. 8); Priority 1865; 20.00 second-feet; for Hydraulic Placer Mining; Robinson North Fork ditch; water returned to Applegate River after use; Description of place of use: Placer Mines in Secs. 34 and 35; Tp. 34 S. R. 8 W. W.M., and Sec. 3; Tp. 35 S. R. 8 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority 1865; 1.00 second-foot; for Power (23 horsepower); Robinson North Fork ditch; water returned to stream upon said premises; Power utilized to operate saw mill in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 36; Tp. 34 S. R. 8 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
RIGHT OR NORTH FORK GALICE CREEK (ALSO KNOWN AS WEST FORK) INCLUDING MILL CREEK, QUARTZ CREEK, BLANCHARD CREEK, APPLEGATE CREEK, AND TRIBUTARIES, and RICK GULCH, A TRIBUTARY OF ROGUE RIVER.
    OLD CHANNEL MINING COMPANY, a corporation, and J. R. HARVEY, tenants in common, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 520, Vol. 8); Priority 1876; 75.00 second-feet; for Hydraulic Placer Mining; West Fork ditch and Reservoirs Nos. 1 and 2; Water returned to Galice Creek through Rich Gulch; Description of place of use: Old Channel Placer Mines in Tps. 34 and 35 S. R. 8 W. W.M. (unsurveyed), in Galice Creek Mining district, Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority 1876; 2.00 second-feet; for Power (40 horsepower); West Fork ditch and Reservoirs No. 1 and 2; water returned to Galice Creek through Rich Gulch; Description of place of use: Power developed to operate sawmill and lighting plant on above described premises.
APPLEGATE GULCH,
A Tributary of Galice Creek.
    MISS EMMA G. ROBINSON (Proof 515, Vol. 8); Priority Dec. 1899; 5.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining; Applegate ditch; water returned to Rogue River after use; Description of place of use: Placer Mines in Sections 35 and 36; Tp. 34 S. R. 8 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority Dec. 1899; Supplemental for Power (23 horsepower); Applegate ditch; water returned to stream upon said premises; Description of place of use: Supplemental to right through Robinson North Fork ditch from Right or North Fork of Galice Creek, for operation of Mill upon premises as described under said North Fork ditch.
COLD SPRING GULCH,
A Tributary of Galice Creek.
    EMMA G. ROBINSON (Proof 516, Vol. 8); Priority 1875; 8.00 second-foot; for Placer Mining; Merrill or Cold Spring ditch; water returned to Galice Creek upon following described lands; Description of place of use: Placer Mines in Secs. 1 and 2; Tp. 35 S. R. 8 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
SAILOR JACK GULCH,
A Tributary of Galice Creek.
    EMMA G. ROBINSON (Proof 517, Vol. 8); Priority Feb. 27, 1890; 5.00 second-foot; for Placer Mining, Sailor Jack ditch; water returned to said Gulch on following described premises: Description of place of use: Placer Mines in Secs. 3, 4, and 9, Tp. 35 S. R. 8 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority 1890; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Sailor Jack ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 35 S. R. 8 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. 
ROCKY GULCH,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
NORTH OR RIGHT HAND FORK OF ROCKY GULCH.
    H. L. LEWIS, H. J. PENNY & H. M. BARSTO, Galice, Ore. (Proof 521, Vol. 8); Priority 1856; 10½ second-feet; for Placer Mining; Lewis ditch; water returned to Rogue River; Description of place of use: Placer mines on unsurveyed lands in about Sec. 25, Tp. 34 S. R. 8 W. W.M., and Sec. 30, Tp. 34 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon
    Priority 1856; 0.175 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres; Lewis ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in SE¼NE¼ (unsurveyed); Sec. 25, Tp. 34 S. R. 8 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
NORTH OR RIGHT FORK OF SOUTH OR LEFT FORK OF ROCKY GULCH.
    ORIOLE GOLD MINING COMPANY, a corporation---See Paragraph 9.
MIDDLE OR LEFT FORK OF ROCKY GULCH.
    ORIOLE GOLD MINING COMPANY, a corporation--See Paragraph 9.
SOUTH OR LEFT HAND FORK OF ROCKY GULCH.
    OLD CHANNEL MINING COMPANY, a corporation, and J. R. HARVEY, Tenants in Common (Proof 524, Vol. 6); Priority 1876; 25.00 second-feet; for Hydraulic Placer Mining; Rocky Gulch flume and reservoir and pipe lines; water returned to stream after use near mouth; Description of place of use: Old Channel Placer mines in Tp. 34 S. R. 8 W. W.M. (unsurveyed); Galice Creek mining district; Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority 1876; Supplementary; for Power (40 horsepower); Rocky Gulch flume and reservoir; Power developed by use of water from said stream in connection with and supplemental to diversion through West Fork ditch from Galice Creek to operate saw mill and lighting plant upon above premises.
BELKNAP GULCH,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    LYDIA H. DEAN & H. A. CORLISS, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 525, Vol. 8); Priority 1895; 15.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining; Dean-Corliss ditch; Description of place of use: Placer Mines in Sec. 25; Tp. 34 S. R. 8 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
SPANGLER GULCH,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    JOSEPH CHAMBERS, Galice, Ore. (Proof 526, Vol. 8); Priority 1898; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Chambers pipe line; Description of place of use: 5 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 35 S. R. 8 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
BAILEY CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    ALMEDA CONSOLIDATED MINES COMPANY, a corporation, Portland, Ore. (Proof 527, Vol. 8); Priority 1900; 20.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining; Bailey Creek ditch; water returned to Rogue River; Description of place of use: Placer Mines in Sec. 19, Tp. 34 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Secs. 24 and 25; Tp. 34 S. R. 8 W. W.M. (unsurveyed), Josephine County, Oregon.
HOOK GULCH,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    ALMEDA CONSOLIDATED MINES COMPANY, a corporation, Portland, Ore. (Proof 528, Vol. 8); Priority 1900; 15.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining; Hook Gulch ditch; water returned to Rogue River after use; Description of place of use: Placer mines as above described under Bailey Creek ditch.
CENTENNIAL CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    ALMEDA CONSOLIDATED MINES COMPANY (Proof 529, Vol. 8); Priority 1908; 5.00 second-feet; for Cooling smelter jackets and gas engines in mining operations; Centennial Creek flume; Description of place of use: Water utilized for cooling water jackets in Smelter furnace and gas engines, in mining operations in Monte Cristo and Bonanza Lode claims, Galice Creek Mining District, Tp. 34 S. R. 7 W. W.M. (Section 18 unsurveyed), Josephine County, Oregon.
UNNAMED STREAM,
A Tributary of Rogue River (In Sec. 12, Tp. 35 S. R. 12 W. W.M.).
    GEO. W. RILEA, Agness, Ore. (Proof 530, Vol. 8); Priority 1891; 0.03 second-foot; for Irrigation of ½ acre, and Domestic use; Fry ditch; Description of place of use: ⅛ acre in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 35 S. R. 12 W. W.M., Curry County, Oregon.
    HELEN SCANLON, Agness, Ore. (Proof 531, Vol. 8); Priority 1857; 15.00 second-feet; for Placer Mining; Fry ditch; water returned after use to Rogue River; Description of place of use: Placer mines in Lot 4, Sec. 13, Tp. 35 S. R. 11 W. W.M., Curry County, Oregon.
INDIAN CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    R. D. HUME, DEC'D, ESTATE OF, Wedderburn, Ore. (Proof 532, Vol. 8); Priority Feb. 19, 1902; 2.50 second-feet; for Power (35 horsepower), and Domestic use; Hume ditch; water returned to Rogue River after use; Description of place of use: Power developed to operate saw mill and cannery situated on Lots 3 and 5, Sec. 30, Tp. 36 S. R. 14 W. W.M., Curry County, Oregon.
7.
    That in accordance with the findings and order of determination herein, it is hereby further ordered, considered, adjudged, determined, and decreed that each of the following named persons, firms, associations and corporations, are entitled to perfect and complete rights of appropriation of the waters herein embraced heretofore initiated by them, as of the priority and to the extent set forth in the tabulated statement of such inchoate or conditional rights below set forth in this paragraph; and to have such right or appropriation, in each case, relate back, upon completion of the right, to the priority set forth in such tabulated statement, if completed in accordance with the limitations in time herein set forth. That each of the following described rights of appropriation is inchoate and conditional in character, and further proof of completion of such right in each case shall be required; that each of said rights of appropriation shall be perfected and completed; and the water thereby appropriated applied to the beneficial use described during or before the irrigation season of 1919, and on or subsequent to the first day of October, 1910, the Superintendent of Water Division No. 1 of Oregon shall take the proofs of the several claimants hereinafter named, or their successors in interest, respecting the completion of said rights and the final application of water to the beneficial use herein named. That the said State Water Board shall thereupon prepare its supplemental findings of fact and order of determination with respect to said inchoate and conditional rights, and the extent to which the same shall have been completed; and that supplemental decree or decrees shall be entered herein, confirming and establishing the said rights of appropriation to the extent that application of the waters appropriated is applied to the beneficial uses designated herein; that water right certificates shall be thereafter issued in accordance with such supplemental decree or decrees.
    That for good cause shown the said State Water Board shall have authority to extend the time within which such rights, or any of them, shall be perfected, beyond the limitation of time herein fixed.
    That the following is a statement of the name and post office address of each of said claimants entitled to such inchoate right, set forth under the particular stream from which such appropriation is to be diverted; the priority of each such right, provided the same shall be completed as herein conditioned, to which priority such right, if so completed, shall relate back; the quantity of water in cubic feet per second representing the maximum quantity to which such claimant may become entitled upon complete application thereof to the use described, or, if completed in part, such part thereof as shall have been so applied, not exceeding the rate hereinafter limited; the acreage for which each such appropriation in each case was initiated; the use or uses, to which such right is limited; the name of the ditch or ditches; and a description of the lands to which such appropriation shall to the extent completed be and become appurtenant.
    That the quantity of water hereunder set forth in each case shall be a conditional quantity or amount, and shall represent the maximum quantity or amount to which each such claimant may become entitled upon complete application to beneficial use. That upon the expiration of the time herein limited for application of the waters appropriated in each case, the Board shall take proof or evidence and make such necessary investigations as shall be proper for the determination of the maximum quantity of water to which each such appropriator is entitled in proportion to the extent to which each such right shall have been perfected, and shall determine the quantity in each case. In making such determination, in the case of rights for irrigation purposes, the quantity of water to which each such appropriator shall be entitled shall be determined by determining the area of land actually irrigated in each case, within the time herein limited, or lawful extensions of such time, and the acreage thus determined shall be multiplied by the quantity or rate per acre of water allowed in the following statement, which amount of water per acre shall be determined by dividing the maximum quantity of water, as set forth in the following statement, by the maximum acreage of land, as set forth therein. That each of the following named claimants is hereby determined to be entitled to divert the quantity of water per acre continuous flow thus determined for each and every acre of the lands actually irrigated by such claimant at the time of the entry of this decree, and to have relative priority as of the date hereunder set forth; and shall be entitled to increase the quantity of water diverted, according to the rate so determined, as additional of the lands described opposite such claimant's name shall be actually reclaimed and irrigated; that in distributing the waters embraced herein, the water master shall determine, so far as practicable, the actual area of land irrigated by each claimant named hereunder, and the quantity to which such claimant shall be entitled, determined as herein provided, and the quantity of water thus determined shall represent the maximum quantity, continuous flow, to which such claimant is entitled at the time of such distribution. The quantity of water in no case, however, shall exceed such quantity as such appropriator actually requires for beneficial use, nor the maximum quantity herein allowed per acre, except under a rotation system, as herein provided, and such appropriator shall be entitled to divert and use water only at such times as he shall actually need and require the use of the same for the uses described herein, and when not needed and required by him, the said waters shall be subject to the use of subsequent appropriators, in the order of their priority rights.
    That the said statement of inchoate or conditional rights is as follows, to wit:
ROGUE RIVER.
    E. E. ASH (Successor to F. Y. Allen), Trail, Oregon (Proof 1, Vol. 1); Priority 1906; 1.00 second-foot; for Irrigation of 49 acres; Allen ditch; Description of place of use: 24 acres in NE¼SW¼; 13 acres in NE¼NW¼; 4 acres in SE¼NW¼; 8 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 3, Tp. 34 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ESTATE OF F. H. BELLOWS (Mary Bellows, Agt.), Eagle Point, Ore. (Proof 2, Vol. 1); Priority 1892; 1.25 second-feet; for Irrigation of 50 acres; Bellows ditch; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SE¼NE¼; 15 acres in NE¼SE¼; 10 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 8; 8 acres in NW¼SW¼; 15 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 35 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MRS. E. BERGMAN, Eagle Point, Ore. (Proof 3, Vol. 1); Priority 1901; 1.60 second-feet; for Irrigation of 80 acres; Veghte & Bergman ditch; Description of place of use: 13 acres in NW¼NW¼; 32 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 33; 15 acres in NE¼NE¼; 20 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 34 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. B. BOROUGH, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 4, Vol. 1); Priority 1908; 0.48 second-foot; for Irrigation of 24 acres; Pump; Description of place of use: 24 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 15; Tp. 36 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    A. GABRIEL, Eagle Point, Ore. (Proof 16, Vol. 1); Priority 1898; 1.00 second-foot; for Irrigation of 40 acres, and Stock; Nichols & Co. ditch (1/18 int.); Description of place of use: 40 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 31, Tp. 35 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GEORGE GIVAN, Eagle Point, Ore. (Proof 17, Vol. 1); Priority 1898; 2.50 second-feet; for Irrigation of 100 acres; Nichols & Co. ditch (1/6 int.); Description of place of use: 40 acres in NE¼NW¼; 40 acres in SE¼NW¼; 20 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 36 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GOLDEN DRIFT MINING COMPANY, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 18, Vol. 1); Priority Mar. 15, 1902; 600 second-feet; for Power (2000 horsepower) and Mining; Ament dam; water returned to stream after use; Description of place of use: Placer mines known as the Golden Drift mines in Secs. 14 and 15; Tp. 36 S. R. 5 W. W.M.; Power plant on Lots 5 and 6; Sec. 23; Tp. 36 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    MARGARET GORDON, Medford, Ore. (Proof 19, Vol. 1); Priority 1893; 1.60 second-feet; for Irrigation of 80 acres; Gordon ditch (⅓ int.); Description of place of use: 10 acres in SE¼NE¼; 40 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 23; 30 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 33 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    H. C. KINNEY, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 22, Vol. 1); Priority May 1, 1904; 2.76 second-feet; for Irrigation of 138 acres; Pump; Description of place of use: 7 acres in NW¼SW¼; 40 acres in NE¼SW¼; 7 acres in SW¼SW¼; 40 acres in SE¼SW¼; 22 acres in NW¼SE¼; 22 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 36 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    C. A. KNIGHT, and A. G. BISHOP, Medford, Ore. (Proof 23, Vol. 1); Priority 1898; 4.00 second-feet; for Irrigation of 160 acres; Nichols ditch (1/6 int.); Description of place of use: NE¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 36 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.  
    OTILLA ASHPOLE, Successor to Gus Nichols, Eagle Point, Ore. (Proof 28, Vol. 1); Priority 1898; 3.9 second-feet; for Irrigation of 155 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Nichols & Co. ditch, ½ int.; Description of place of use: 25 acres in NW¼NE¼; 25 acres in SW¼NE¼; 5 acres in NE¼SE¼; 35 acres in NW¼SE¼; 10 acres in SW¼SE¼; 40 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 20; 7 acres in NW¼NE¼; 8 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 35 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    OLDSON & BERQUIST, Eagle Point, Ore. (Proof 29, Vol. 1); Priority 1898; 1.00 second-foot; for Irrigation of 40 acres; Nichols & Co. ditch (1/6 int.); Description of place of use: 30 acres in SW¼NW¼; 10 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 35 S. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    CALIFORNIA-OREGON POWER COMPANY, a corporation (Successor to Prospect Construction Company); Medford, Oregon; (Proof 31, Vol. 1); priority October 8, 1904; 150 second-feet for present use for power; right to increase to not to exceed 400 second-feet, upon compliance with provisions of paragraph 12 of this decree; Prospect Flume; water diverted returned to stream at Power House; Description of place of use: Prospect Power Plant in W½ NW¼; Sec. 6; Twp. 33 S. R. 3 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    TABLE ROCK DITCH COMPANY, Central Point, Ore. (Proof 38, Vol. 1); Priority Sept. 22, 1888; 36.2 second-feet; for Irrigation of 2892 acres, and Stock and Domestic use; Table Rock ditch; Description of place of use: 30 acres in NW¼NW¼; 20 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 36 S. R. 1 W. W.M.; 35 acres in NE¼NE¼; 20 acres in NW¼NE¼; 80 acres in S½ NE¼; 32 acres in NE¼SE¼; 40 acres in NW¼SE¼; 35 acres in SW¼SE¼; 8 acres in SE¼SE¼; 40 acres in SE¼.NW¼; 35 acres in SW¼NW¼; 160 acres in SW¼; Sec. 12; 10 acres in NW¼NE¼; 35 acres in NE¼NW¼; 40 acres in NW¼NW¼; 35 acres in SW¼NW¼K; 10 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 13; 35 acres in SE¼NE¼; 30 acres in SW¼NE¼; 30 acres in SE¼NW¼; 40 acres in SW¼NW¼; 320 acres in S½ Sec. 11; 320 acres in N½; 5 acres in NW¼SE¼; 10 acres in NE¼SW¼; 5 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 14; 15 acres in NE¼NE¼; 30 acres in NW¼NE¼; 80 acres in S½ NE¼; 160 acres in NW¼; 320 acres in S½; Sec. 10; 80 acres in N½ NE¼; 35 acres in SW¼NE¼; 35 acres in SE¼NE¼; 80 acres in N½ NW¼; 5 acres in SW¼NW¼; 35 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 15; 20 acres in NW¼SW¼; 40 acres in SW¼SW¼; 30 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 3; 25 acres in NE¼SE¼; 5 acres in NW¼SE¼; 15 acres in SW¼SE¼; 40 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 4; 80 acres in E½ NE¼; 15 acres in NW¼NE¼; 15 acres in SW¼NE¼; 80 acres in E½ SE¼; 15 acres in NW¼SE¼; 30 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 9; 80 acres in N½ NE¼; 10 acres in SW¼NE¼; 20 acres in NE¼NW¼; 30 acres in SE¼NW¼; 7 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 16; Tp. 36 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    P. S. ANDERSON, Eagle Point, Ore. (Successor to C. H. Veghte, Ashland, Ore.); Proof 40, Vol. 1; Priority 1901; 5.22 second-feet (for Irrigation of 313 acres; Veghte & Bergman ditch; Description of place of use: 10 acres in NE¼NW¼; 30 acres in NW¼NW¼; 15 acres in SW¼NW¼; 25 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 34 S. R. 1 W. W.M., 32 acres in NE¼NW¼; 25 acres in NW¼NW¼; 37 acres in SW¼NW¼; 36 acres in SE¼NW¼; 30 acres in NE¼SW¼; 38 acres in NW¼SW¼; 15 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 4; 20 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 35 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
CLARK CREEK,
A Tributary of Butte Creek.
    WM. ABBOTT, ESTATE OF (Thos. Abbott, Agent), Derby, Ore. (Proof 332, Vol. 6); Priority 1899; 1.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 50 acres; Wakefield ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated and to be Irrigated: 12 acres in NE¼NW¼; 18 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 17; 12 acres in SW¼NE¼; 8 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 34 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MALINDA J. HAWK (Successor to S. M. Hawk), Derby, Ore. (Proof 333, Vol. 6); Priority 1899; 1.30 second-feet; for Irrigation of 65 acres; Wakefield ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 10 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 8; 5 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 34 S. R. 2 E. W.M.; to be Irrigated; 50 acres in above legal subdivisions; Jackson County, Oregon.
    Priority 1899; 5.80 second-feet; for Power; 75-foot head development of 20 horsepower. Wakefield ditch; water returned to stream on claimant's land.
VINE MAPLE CREEK,
A Tributary of Clark Creek.
    J. E. HIGINBOTHAM, Derby, Ore. (Proof 334, Vol. 6); Priority 1907; 0.40 second-feet; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Higinbotham ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 12 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 2; Tp. 34 S. R. 1 E. W.M.; To be Irrigated: 8 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 2; Tp. 34 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GUS NICHOLS, Eagle Point, Ore. (Proof 366, Vol. 6); Priority 1908; 1.60 feet; for Irrigation of 80 acres, and Stock; Vine Maple ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 20 acres in NW¼NW¼; 20 acres in SE¼NW¼; 20 acres in NE¼SW¼; 20 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 34 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ALEXIS HUBBARD, Medford, Ore. (Proof 335, Vol. 6); Priority 1908; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and Domestic use; Mill ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 10 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 34 S. R. 1 E. W, Jackson County, Oregon.
RICHARD CREEK,
A Tributary of Big Butte Creek.
    JASPER TUNGATE, Butte Falls, Ore. (Proof 339, Vol. 6); Priority 1908; 0.40 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Tungate ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 13 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 19; To be Irrigated: 7 acres in SE¼NW¼; sec. 19; Tp. 35 S. R. 3 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
JACKASS CREEK,
A Tributary of Big Butte Creek.
    FREDERICK V. MEDYNSKI, Medford, Ore. (Proof 896, Vol. 13); Priority 1903; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Medynski ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 10 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 34 S. R. 3 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
ELK CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    TRADERS TRUST CO., a corporation, Tacoma, Wash. (Successor to James Davies); (Proofs 344, 345, Vol. 6); Priority June 1900; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 11.75 acres; Heckathorn ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 2 acres in NE¼SE¼; 1 acre in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 8; 2.75 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 33 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon; To be Irrigated: 6 acres in said subdivisions.
    Priority 1897; 0.38 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; DeCarlow ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 8 acres in NW¼NW¼; To be Irrigated: 5 acres in NW¼NW¼; 2 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 33 S. R. 1 E. W.M. Jackson County, Oregon.
SQUAW CREEK,
A Tributary of Elk Creek.
    F. M. BAILEY, Trail, Ore. (Proof 363 Vol. 6); Priority 1897; 0.15 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres, and Domestic use; Bailey ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 1½ acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 17; To be Irrigated: 4½ acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 32 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
ZANA CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    H. L. COX, Sams Valley, Ore. (Proof 295, Vol. 5); Priority 1908; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Cox ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 3 acres in SW¼SW¼; To be Irrigated: 2 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 35 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
TRAIL CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    E. E. ASH (Successor in interest to F. Y. ALLEN), Trail, Ore. (Proof 299, Vol. 5); Priority 1908; 0.74 second-foot; for Irrigation of 37 acres; Allen ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 7 acres in NW¼NW¼; 1 acre in SW¼NW¼; 9 acres in SE¼NW¼; 20 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 3; Tp. 34 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    A. H. LAWRENTZ, Morgan Hill, Cal. (Proof 300, Vol. 5); Priority 1908; 0.50 second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres; Inlow ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 25 acres in N½ NW¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 33 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
CANYON CREEK,
A Tributary of Trail Creek.
    A. H. LAWRENTZ, Morgan Hill, Cal. (Proof 304, Vol. 5); Priority 1908; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres, and Domestic use; Wilson ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 8 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 33 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
EAST FORK OF TRAIL CREEK.
    CARL T. SKYRMAN, Trail, Ore. (Proof 303, Vol. 5); Priority 1908; 0.68 second-foot; for Irrigation of 34 acres; Skyrman ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 15 acres in NE¼SW¼; 19 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 33 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SPRINGS AT HEAD OF TIE OR TIE CAMP CREEK.
    A. M. PEYTON, Peyton, Ore. (Proof 307, Vol. 5); Priority 1908; 0.34 second-foot; for Irrigation of 17 acres; Richardson ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 17 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 16; Tp. 33 S. R. 2 E. W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. W. RICHARDSON, Peyton, Ore. (Proof 308, Vol. 5); Priority 1908; 0.40 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres, and Stock; Richardson ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 20 acres in S½; Sec. 16; Tp. 33 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
HOLE IN GROUND CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    J. F. DITSWORTH, Peyton, Ore. (Proof 316, Vol. 5); Priority 1900; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 2 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Ram or pumping; Description of place of use: 2 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 33 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
STEWART SPRINGS,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    ELIZABETH STEWART, ESTATE OF, and DILLON R. HILL, Medford, Ore. (Proof 319, 320, Vol. 5); Priority 1908; 1.00 second-foot; for Irrigation of 50 acres; Stewart ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 20 acres in NW¼SW¼; 30 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 33 S. R. 2 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
MILL CREEK,
A Tributary of North Fork of Rogue River.
    S. S. AIKEN, Prospect, Ore. (Proof 323, Vol. 5); Priority 1908; 0.137 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5½ acres; Mill Flume; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 1½ acres in NW¼NE¼; 3 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 32; 1 acre in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 32 S. R. 2 E. W.M. Jackson County, Oregon.
LARSON CREEK,
A Tributary of North Fork of Rogue River.
    JOHN A. LARSON, Prospect, Ore. (Proof 329, Vol. 5); Priority 1903; 1.60 second-feet; for Irrigation of 80 acres; Larson ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 6 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 8; To be Irrigated: 34 acres in SW¼NW¼; 20 acres in SE¼NW¼; 20 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 32 S. R. 3 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
GEPPERT CREEK,
A Tributary of South Fork of Rogue River.
    WILLIAM and EARL ULRICH, Prospect, Ore. (Proof 328, Vol. 5); Priority 1906; 2.00 second-feet; for Irrigation of 100 acres; Geppert ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 30 acres in NE¼NE¼; 30 acres in NW¼NE¼; To be Irrigated: 20 acres in SE¼NE¼; 20 acres in SW¼NE¼; all in Sec. 26; Tp. 33 S. R. 3 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
LOST CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    FRANK M. MANNING, Derby, Ore. (Proof 314, Vol. 5); Priority 1908; 1.06 second-feet; for Irrigation of 53 acres, and Domestic use; Manning ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 53 acres in Sec. 24, Tp. 33 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
BEAR CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    J. G. GORE, Medford, Ore. (Proof 47, Vol. 2); Priority July 10, 1906; 0.94 second-foot; for Irrigation of 75 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Pump and Flumes; Description of place of use: 13 acres in SW¼NE¼; 23 acres in SE¼NE¼; 27 acres in NW¼NE¼; 5 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 5; 2 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 37 S. R. 1 W. W.M., 5 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 36 S. R. 1 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. W. MILLS (Successor to L. E. England); Ashland, Ore. (Proof 44, Vol. 2); Priority Dec. 1908; 0.54 second-foot; for Irrigation of 43 acres; Pump and Reservoir; Description of place of use: 43 acres in S½ SW¼; Sec. 30; and N½ NW¼; Sec. 31; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
HOBART LAKE,
A Tributary of North or Middle Fork of Emigrant Creek, a Tributary of Bear Creek.
    W. L. DAVIS and D. N. DAVIS, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 293, Vol. 5); Priority July 20, 1908; 0.58 second-foot; for Irrigation of 45 acres (storage); Hobart Lake Storage Works & Ditch; Reservoir and Storage Works in Hobart Lake; Description of place of use: Lands Irrigated, 3 acres in NE¼NW¼; 2 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 40 S. R. 3 E. W. M.; Lands to be Irrigated: 5 acres in NE¼NW¼; 8 acres in SE¼NW¼; 7 acres in SW¼NE¼; 5 acres in NW¼SE¼; 5 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 8; 10 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 40 S. R. 3 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
ASHLAND CREEK,
A Tributary of Bear Creek.
    M. N. LONG, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 177, Vol. 4); Priority 1892; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres; Long ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 7 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 39 S. R. 1 E. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
EVANS CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    GEORGE BEERS, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 364, Vol. 7); Priority Feb. 20, 1896; 0.34 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Williams & Whalen ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 19 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., To be Irrigated: 1 acre in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    WILLIAM G. BREEDING, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 365, Vol. 7); Priority 1902; tor Irrigation, Domestic and Stock use; Included under Old Mill Ditch.
    ED. DIMMICK, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 367, Vol. 7); Priority 1896; 0.42 second-toot; for Irrigation of 25 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Williams & Whalen ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 20 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., To be Irrigated: 4 acres in NW¼NE¼; 1 acre in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    BARBARA E. ESTELL, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 368, Vol. 7); Priority 1902; for Irrigation, Domestic and Stock use; Old Mill ditch; Included under Old Mill ditch.
    WALTER GALBREATH, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 369, Vol. 7); Priority 1898; 0.39 second-foot; for Irrigation of 23 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Sivers ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 3 acres in NE¼NE¼; 2 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 34; To be Irrigated: 10 acres in NE¼NE¼; 8 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 34 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    WM. HILLIS, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 371, Vol. 7); Priority 1881; 1.49 second-feet; for Irrigation of 89 acres; Fielder or Hillis ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 28 acres in NE¼NW¼; 22 acres in SW¼NW¼; 3 acres in NW¼NE¼; 6 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 12; 10 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 11; to be Irrigated, 20 acres SE¼NE¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 372, Vol. 7); Priority 1896; .21 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12½ acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Williams & Whalen ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 9 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 1; ½ acre in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M.; To be Irrigated, 3 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. B. HILLIS, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 373, Vol. 7); Priority 1896; 1.04 second-feet; for Irrigation of 62 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Williams & Whalen ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 12 acres in NE¼NW¼; 10 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M.; To be Irrigated, 3 acres in NE¼NW¼; 25 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 12; 10 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 11; 2 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    O. W. MILLER, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 374, Vol. 7); Priority Feb. 27, 1904; 0.34 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Miller ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 1 acre in NE¼SW¼; 3 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 34 S. R. 3 W. W.M.; To be Irrigated, 8 acres in NE¼SW¼; 8 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 34 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JESSE NEATHAMMER, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 377, Vol. 7); Priority May 1, 1899; 0.65 second-foot; for Irrigation of 39 acres; Jesse Neathammer ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated 21 acres in SE¼; Sec. 6; NE¼; Sec. 7; SW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 35 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon; To be Irrigated, 18 acres in same subdivisions.
    PAUL S. SEELEY, 144 N. 19th St., Portland, Ore. (Proof 379, Vol. 7); Priority 1902; 15.10 second-feet; for Irrigation of 906 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Vroman ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 15 acres in NE¼NE¼; 19 acres in NW¼NE¼; 30 acres in SW¼NE¼; 2 acres in SE¼NE¼; 7 acres in NE¼SW¼; 5 acres in NW¼SW¼; 30 acres in SW¼SW¼; 10½ acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 15; 8 acres in NE¼NW¼; 40 acres in NW¼NW¼; 40 acres in SW¼NW¼; 4 acres in SE¼NW¼; 40 acres in NW¼SW¼; 31¾ acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 22; 10 acres in SE¼NE¼; 10 acres in NE¼SE¼; 15 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 21; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M.; To be Irrigated, 15 acres in SE¼SE¼; 35 acres in SW¼SE¼; 30 acres in SE¼SW¼; 20 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 10; 5 acres in NE¼NE¼; 21 acres in NW¼NE¼; 10 acres in SW¼NE¼; 33 acres in SE¼NE¼; 80 acres in N½ NW¼; 40 acres in SW¼NW¼; 30 acres in SE¼NW¼; 33 acres in NE¼SW¼; 35 acres in NW¼SW¼; 10 acres in SW¼SW¼; 29½ acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 15; 20 acres in NE¼SE¼; 20 acres in SW¼SE¼; 40 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 16; 6 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 21; 32 acres in NE¼NW¼; 36 acres in SE¼NW¼; 8¼ acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 22; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    BERTHA R. SHARP and D. J. SHARP, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 380, Vol. 7); Priority 1904; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Pump; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 3 acres in E½ SW¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M.; To be Irrigated, 7 acres in E½ SW¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    W. A. VAN GOETHEN, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 384, Vol. 7); Priority 1896; 1.54 second-foot; for Irrigation of 92 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Williams & Whalen ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 27 acres in SW¼NW¼; 6 acres in NE¼SW¼; 40 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M.; To be Irrigated, 19 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    OLD MILL DITCH AND IRRIGATION CO., a corporation, Rogue River, Ore. (Proofs 365, 368, 386, 389, Vol. 7); Priority 1902; 6.57; for Irrigation of 394.25 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Old Mill Ditch and Irrigation Co. ditch; Land Owners and description of lands irrigated by each being as follows, to wit:
    H. W. HUNTZINGER, Irrigated, 8 acres in SE¼NW¼; 7 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 4; To be Irrigated, 10 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 4, Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M.; Jackson County, Oregon.
    F. H. ADAMS, Irrigated, 25 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 4; To be Irrigated, 6 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JOEL MILTON, Irrigated, 16 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 4; To be Irrigated, 4 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MRS. IDA MAGERLE, Irrigated, 12 acres in NE¼NE¼; 6 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 9; To be Irrigated, 20 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    D. P. MAGERLE, Irrigated, 13 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 9; To be Irrigated, 3 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. R. ROBERTSON, Irrigated, 7 acres in NE¼NE¼; 4 acres in NW¼NE¼; 2 acres in SW¼NE¼; 5 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 9; To be Irrigated, 2 acres in SW¼NE¼; 3 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    LEE STEERS, Irrigated, 13 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 9; To be Irrigated, 1 acre in SE¼NE¼; 1 acre in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    T. W. CONWAY, Irrigated, 2 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 9; To be Irrigated, 3 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    WM. H. LAWS, Irrigated, 4 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 9; To be Irrigated, 6 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JAMES MILTON, Irrigated, 5 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 9; 2 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 10; To be Irrigated, 5 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MRS. MARY BURCHELL, Irrigated, 5 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 9; To be Irrigated, 5 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ALBERT E. DENNIS, Irrigated, 8 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 9; To be Irrigated, 2 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    F. M. GILMORE, Irrigated, 8 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 9; 2 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 10; To be Irrigated: 2 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. C. WILLIAMS, Irrigated, 15 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 16; To be Irrigated, 10 acres in NE¼NE¼; 4 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 16; 3 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 15; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    E. W. WILSON, Irrigated, 8 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 16; To be Irrigated, 1 acre in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 16; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MRS. L. L. WILSON, Irrigated, 5½ acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 16; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    LOOKOUT LUMBER COMPANY, Irrigated, 18 acres in SE¼SE¼; 7 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 16; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ELMER E. BAGLEY, Irrigated, 8 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 10; 10 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 15; To be Irrigated, 4 acres in NW¼SW¼; 10 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 10; 25 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 15; 20 acres in NE¼NW¼; 20 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 22; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SYKES CREEK,
A Tributary of Evans Creek.
    ELIZABETH A. SIMERVILLE, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 421, Vol. 7); Priority 1908; 0.07 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Hull ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 4 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    0.33 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Sykes Creek ditch; Description of place of use: 20 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 35 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SPRING BRANCH,
A Tributary of Gilbert Creek.
    EMMA G. WHEELER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 430, Vol. 8); Priority 1908; 0.453 second-foot; for Irrigation of 36 acres, and Storage; Wheeler ditch and reservoir; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 28 acres in SW¼NW¼; 8 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 36 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
DODGE CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    P. K. GORDON, Powell Street, San Francisco, Cal. (Proof 438, Vol. 8); Priority 1908; 1.87 second-feet; for Irrigation of 149 acres, and Domestic use; Randall & Dodge ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 5 acres in SE¼SW¼; 5 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 24; To be Irrigated, 37 acres in SW¼SW¼; 34 acres in SE¼SW¼; 30 acres in SW¼SE¼; 38 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 36 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
MILLER CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    C. R. RITTER, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 468, Vol. 8); Priority 1908; 0.24 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Ritter ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated; 6 acres in NE¼NE¼; 6 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 36; Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
LEFT FORK OF MILLER CREEK.
    J. J. RITTER, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 470, Vol. 8); Priority 1908; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; J. J. Ritter ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 3 acres in Lot 8, and 2 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 25, Tp. 36 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
LIMPY OR LYMPIA CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    JOSEPH MOSS & M. CLEMENS, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 498, Vol. 8); Priority 1905; 0.87 second-foot; for Irrigation of 43½ acres; Daniel Green ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 10 acres in Lot 8; 2½ acres in Lot 7; 5 acres in Lot 10; 26 acres in SW¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 36 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority 1908; 4.00 second-feet; for Power (20 horsepower); Daniel Green ditch; Description of place of use: Power to be developed by water wheel on Lot 8; Sec. 14, Tp. 36 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon, for Domestic and farm purposes. Quantity confirmed includes quantity for Irrigation purposes.
SARDINE CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    S. A. DUSENBURY, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 472, Vol. 8); Priority 1908; 1.60 second-feet; for Irrigation of 112 acres; West and East Side ditches; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 25 acres in NE¼SE¼; 15 acres in SW¼SE¼; 25 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 8; 32 acres in NW¼NE¼; 15 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. H. RING, Gold Hill, Ore. (Priority 1908); 0.15 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8½ acres; Ring ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 8½ acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 35 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JAS. U. SMITH, Gold Hill, Oregon; Priority 1908; 1.85 second-feet; for Irrigation of 129 acres, and Storage; Smith ditches; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 27 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 30 S. R. 3 W. W.M., 24 acres in NW¼NW¼; 10 acres in SW¼SW¼; 38 acres in NE¼SW¼; 30 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SPRING GULCH,
A Tributary of Sardine Creek.
    EVA M. NEWTON; Priority 1908; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres, and Storage; Newton ditch and reservoir; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 3 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SMALL TRIBUTARIES OF SARDINE CREEK.
    W. J. SMITH; Priority 1908; 0.45 second-foot; for Irrigation of 27 acres, and Storage; W. J. Smith ditch and reservoir; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 12 acres in NE¼NW¼; 15 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 36 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
LEFT HAND FORK OF SARDINE CREEK.
    J. H. BEEMAN; Priority 1908; 0.22 second-foot; for Irrigation of 13 acres; Hardman ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 7 acres in Lot 2; 6 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 35 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
PICKETT CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    FRED W. DUNN & C. C. ENGLISH; Priority 1908; 0.84 second-foot; for Irrigation of 50 acres; Dobbins ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 20 acres in NW¼NE¼; 30 acres in Lot 6; Sec. 26; Tp. 35 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
APPLEGATE RIVER,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    M. M. AINSWORTH, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 641, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 0.16 second-foot; for Irrigation of 11 acres; North Side ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 1 acre in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M.; To be Irrigated: 10 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    BRIDGE POINT DITCH COMPANY, a corporation, Provolt, Ore. (Proof 644, Vol. 10); Priority Oct., 1898; 14.20 second-feet; for Irrigation of 710 acres, and Domestic use; Bridge Point ditch; The following is a description of the lands under said ditch, irrigated and to be Irrigated, and the ownership of said lands;
    A. REHKOPF; Irrigated: 23 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 17, Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W. M., To be Irrigated: 5 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    C. M. REXFORD; Irrigated: 5 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 17; To be Irrigated: 5 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 8; 17 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ROBERT AND FRANCIS FINLEY; To be Irrigated: 10 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    WILLIAM SORENSON; Irrigated: 29 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 18; 20 acres in SE¼SE¼; 9 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 7; To be Irrigated: 7 acres in NE¼NE¼; 15 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 18; 20 acres in SW¼SE¼; 10 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    E. N. PROVOLT; Irrigated: 3 acres in SW¼SE¼; 28 acres in NW¼SE¼; 10 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon; 8 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 6; 23 acres in NW¼SE¼; 10 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon; To be Irrigated: 5 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon; 7 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    CHAS. FIELD; Irrigated: 14 acres in NW¼SW¼; To be Irrigated: 7 acres in NW¼SW¼; 5 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    C. R. HILL; Irrigated: 20½ acres in SE¼NW¼; 7 acres in SW¼NW¼; To be Irrigated: 7 acres in SW¼NW¼; 4 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ELLEN STONEY; Irrigated: 8 acres in NE¼NW¼; 13 acres in NW¼NW¼; 6 acres in SW¼NW¼; 6½ acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 7; To be Irrigated: 4 acres in NW¼NW¼; 4 acres in NE¼NW¼; 2 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    HERMAN MESSINGER; Irrigated: 23 acres in NW¼NW¼; 10½ acres in SW¼NW¼; To be Irrigated: 11 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    K. FIELDS; Irrigated: 2 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    SAMUEL PROVOLT; Irrigated: 5 acres in SW¼NW¼; 3 acres in SE¼NW¼; 12 acres in NE¼SW¼; 4 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon; 38 acres in SE¼SE¼; 15 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon; To be Irrigated: 8 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon; 1 acre in SE¼SE¼; 22 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 1; 25 acres in NE¼NE¼; 40 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    G. A. DUNLAP; Irrigated: 13 acres in NE¼SW¼; 13 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M.; To be Irrigated: 10 acres in SE¼NW¼; 2 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    E. BADGER; Irrigated: 6½ acres in NW¼NW¼; To be Irrigated: 6 acres in NW¼NW¼; 10 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    LOUIE LOESCH; Irrigated: 6 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    ------ LEWMAN; Irrigated: 33 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    J. A. LEWMAN; Irrigated: 29 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    R. F. LEWMAN and DAISY V. LEWMAN; Irrigated: 10 acres in W½ W½ NE¼SW¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MARSHALL BALDWIN, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 643, Vol. 10); Priority 1908; 0.48 second-foot; for Irrigation of 24 acres; Fowler ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 6 acres in SE¼NE¼; 18 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 25; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    W. H. BATEMAN, Grants Pass, Ore. (Successor to MRS. L. E. GRUETTER); (Proofs 666, 667, Vol. 10); Priority Oct. 1900; 0.56 second-foot; for Irrigation of 28 acres; Red Bluff ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 18 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 36 S. R. 6 W. W.M.; To be Irrigated: 10 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 36 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Z. CAMERON, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 648, Vol. 10); Priority 1908; 0.16 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; Comstock ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 8 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 33; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    WILBUR W. CAMERON, Jacksonville, Ore. (Proof 649, Vol. 10); Priority 1902; 0.72 second-foot; for Irrigation of 36 acres; Comstock ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 18 acres in NE¼NW¼; 13 acres in SE¼NW¼; 5 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 15; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. T. COOK, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 653, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 0.60 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30 acres; North Side ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 12 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 36; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., 2 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. To be Irrigated: 16 acres in same subdivisions.
    E. J. BROWN, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 645, Vol. 10); Priority 1903; 1.10 second-feet; for Irrigation of 55 acres; Swinden & Bunch ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 12½ acres in SW¼NW¼; 5½ acres in SE¼NW¼; 7 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 20; To be Irrigated: 20 acres in NE¼SW¼; 10 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    SUDYE J. DAHLBERG, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 656, Vol. 10); Priority 1903; 0.88 second-foot; for Irrigation of 44 acres; Swinden & Bunch ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 7½ acres in SW¼NW¼; 22 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M.; To be Irrigated: 12½ acres in SW¼NW¼; 2 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    JAMES W. GILMORE, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 664; Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 0.58 second-foot; for Irrigation of 29 acres; North Side ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 6 acres in NE¼SE¼; 6 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 18; 3 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M.; To be Irrigated: 10 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 18; 4 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    BERT H. HARR, Watkins, Ore. (Proof 671, Vol. 10); Priority 1898; 0.68 second-foot; for Irrigation of 27 acres; Bruce Buck ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 10½ acres in NE¼NE¼; 12 acres in NW¼NE¼; 4½ acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 2; Tp. 41 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    H. L. HERZINGER, Grants Pass, Ore., and A. S. SARGENT, Williams, Ore. (Proof 673, Vol. 10); Priority 1908; 1.20 second-feet; for Irrigation of 60 acres; Herzinger & Sargent ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 14 acres in NW¼NW¼; 6 acres in SW¼NW½; Sec. 6; to be Irrigated: 40 acres in W½ NW¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 38 & R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 674, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 1.20 second-feet; for Irrigation of 60 acres; North Side ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 7 acres in NE¼ NE¼; 3 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 1; To be Irrigated: 50 acres in NE¼; Sec. 1, Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    RALPH G. JENNINGS, Buncom, Ore. (Proof 675, Vol. 10); Priority 1895; 0.48 second-foot; for Irrigation of 19 acres; Comstock ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 4 acres in NE¼SW¼; 15 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    K. J. KUBLI, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 676, Vol. 10); Priority 1906; 0.22 second-foot, for Irrigation of 11 acres; S. H. Cook ditch; Description of place of use; Irrigated: 8 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 7; To be Irrigated: 3 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MAUD KUBLI, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 677, Vol. 10); Priority 1908; 0.79; second-foot; for Irrigation of 39½ acres; Kubli or Keelor & Fowler ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated; 6 acres in SW¼SW¼; 12 acres in SE¼SW¼; 1 acre in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 23; 5½ acres in NE¼NE¼; 12 acres in NW¼NE¼; 3 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 26; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    LAUREL HILL DITCH COMPANY, a corporation, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 678, Vol. 10); Priority Feb., 1892; 11.42 second-feet; for Irrigation of 570.61 acres; Laurel Hill ditch; The following is a description of the lands under said ditch; irrigated and to be Irrigated, and the ownership of said lands: (Total irrigated, 388.61 acres; total to be Irrigated, 182 acres.)
    E. BADGER: Irrigated: 15 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M.; To be Irrigated: 5 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    J. W. YORK; Irrigated: 17 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 35; To be Irrigated: 16 acres in SW¼SE¼; 10 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 35; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    A. F. KNOX and J. G. KNOX; Irrigated: 39 acres in NE¼SW¼; 7 acres in NW¼SW¼; 23 acres in SW¼NW¼; 9 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 35; To be Irrigated: 9 acres in SW¼NW¼; 20 acres in SE¼NW¼; 1 acre in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 35; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    W. A. FERN; Irrigated: 27 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 35; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Z. D. HYDE; Irrigated: 6 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 35; To be Irrigated: 30 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 35; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    A. A. HYDE; Irrigated: 5 acres in NE¼NE¼; 20 acres in NW¼NE¼; 9 acres in SW¼NE¼; 25 acres in SE¼NE¼; To be Irrigated: 35 acres in NE¼NE¼; 20 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    WM. HABERMAN; Irrigated: 24 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 34; 12 acres in SE¼SW¼; 26 acres in SW¼SW¼; 15 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 27; To be Irrigated: 15 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 27; 7 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    JEFF LINDSAY; Irrigated: 0.06 acre in SE¼SE¼; 19.05 acres in NE¼SE¼; 30 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 28; To be Irrigated: 4 acres in NE¼SE¼; 2 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    EFFIE FARRA; Irrigated: 26 acres in SW¼NE¼; 1 acre in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.  
    CHARLES T. SWEENEY; Irrigated. 12 acres in NW¼SW¼; 10 acres in SW¼SW¼; 11 acres in SE¼SW¼; ½ acre in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 21; To be Irrigated: 4 acres in SW¼SW¼; 4 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 21; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    M. N. LOUGHRIDGE, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 680, Vol. 10); Priority 1903; 1.62 second-feet; for Irrigation of 81 acres; Swinden & Bunch ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 6 acres in SW¼NW¼; 13 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 20; 6 acres in SE¼NE¼; 6 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 19; To be Irrigated: 28 acres in SW¼SW¼; 8 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 20; 4 acres in NE¼SE¼; 10 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    J. N. MATNEY, Jacksonville, Ore.; (Proof 681, Vol. 10); Priority 1901; 1.6 second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres, and Domestic use; Offenbacher & O'Brien ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 10 acres in SW¼NW¼; 10 acres in SE¼NW¼; To be Irrigated, 5 acres in SE¼NW¼; all in Sec. 29, Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ESTATE OF J. S. McFADDEN, DECEASED (Mrs. Kate McFadden, Executrix), Murphy, Ore. (Proof 683, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 1.80 second-feet; for Irrigation of 126 acres; North Side ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 4 acres in NE¼SE¼; 17 acres in NW¼SE¼; 2 acres in SW¼SE¼; 3 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 27; To be Irrigated: 100 acres in Sec. 27; and in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 26; all in Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    MURPHY DITCH COMPANY, a corporation, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 687, Vol. 10); Priority 1902; 17.38 second-feet; for Irrigation of 868.90 acres; Murphy ditch; Lands actually irrigated under ditch aggregate 458 acres; to be Irrigated 410.9 acres; lands and ownership of lands described as follows:
    MRS. WILHELMINA T. PERRY; Irrigated, 4 acres: 4 acres in NW¼NW¼; To be Irrigated, 43 acres; 20 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 19; 4 acres in NE¼NE¼; 19 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    MADRONA LAND COMPANY; Irrigated, 93 acres: 20 acres in SW¼NE¼; 25 acres in NE¼NW¼; 15 acres in NW¼SE¼; 33 acres in SE¼NW¼; To be Irrigated, 60 acres: 16 acres in SW¼NE¼; 23.2 acres in NW¼SE¼; 5.7 acres in SE¼NW¼; 15 acres in NE¼NW¼; All in Sec. 24; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    JOSEPHINE MESSINGER; Irrigated, 34 acres: 34 acres in NW¼NW¼; To be Irrigated, 6 acres: 6 acres in NW¼NW¼; All in Sec. 24; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    EMIL RUTISHAUSER; Irrigated, 18 acres; 8 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 24; 10 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 13; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    H. S. WYNANT; Irrigated, 15 acres: 15 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 13; To be Irrigated, 55 acres: 25 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 13; 30 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    W. H. PARKEY; Irrigated, 87½ acres: 8½ acres in NE¼SW¼; 27 acres in NW¼SW¼; 30 acres in SW¼SW¼; 22 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 13; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M.; To be Irrigated, 58½ acres: 18 acres in SE¼SW¼; 31½ acres in NE¼SW¼; 9 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 13; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    JOHN LAWLESS; Irrigated, 4 acres: 4 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 23; To be Irrigated, 36 acres; 3 acres in NE¼NE¼; 20 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 23; 13 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    D. M. LANGWORTHY; Irrigated, 5 acres: 5 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 23; To be Irrigated, 8 acres: 8 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 23; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    JAMES W. WARNER; Irrigated, 37 acres: 2 acres in NW¼NE¼; 35 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 14; To be Irrigated, 42 acres: 38 acres in NW¼NE¼; 4 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    R. L. COE; Irrigated, 134½ acres: 22 acres in SE¼NE¼; 8½ acres in NE¼NE¼; 28 acres in NW¼SE¼; 40 acres in NE¼SE¼; 36 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 14; To be Irrigated, 49.5 acres; 18 acres in SE¼NE¼; 31½ acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    LAVINA E. BULL; Irrigated, 12 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M.; To be Irrigated, 25 acres: 5 acres in NW¼NW¼; 20 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    L. D. COLE; Irrigated, 14 acres: 9 acres in NE¼NW¼; 5 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 14: To be Irrigated: 21 acres in NE¼NW¼; 7 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    J. C. & MATILDA GRUBB, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 691, Vol. 10); Priority 1906; 3.33 second-feet for Irrigation of 166½ acres; New Berryman ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 51½ acres; 5½ acres in SW¼NE¼; 17 acres in SE¼NW¼; 20 acres in NE¼SW¼; 9 acres in NW¼SE¼; To be Irrigated, 115 acres: 27 acres in SW¼NE¼; 6 acres in SE¼NE¼; 8 acres in SW¼NW¼; 22 acres in SE¼NW¼; 6 acres in NE¼SW¼; 5 acres in NW¼SW¼; 24 acres in NE¼SE¼; 17 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 22; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    FINLEY BROS., Murphy, Ore. (Proof 692, Vol. 10); Priority 1906; 1.97 second-feet; for Irrigation of 98½ acres, and Stock; New Berryman ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 62 acres: 35 acres in SW¼NE¼; 19½ acres in SE¼NE¼; 2½ acres in NW¼SE¼; 5 acres in NE¼SE¼; To be Irrigated, 36½ acres: 4 acres in SW¼NE¼; 15½ acres in SE¼NE¼; 2 acres in NW¼SE¼; 15 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GEORGE H. FOERST; Priority 1906; 0.30 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; New Berryman ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 3 acres: 3 acres in NE¼SE¼; To be Irrigated, 12 acres; 7 acres in NE¼SE¼; 5 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. 
    LESTER LAYTON--See Paragraph 9.
    LEONARD ORCHARDS CO., a corporation (Successors to Penn-Oregon Orchard Co., claimant herein), Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 702, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1898; 14.00 second-feet; for Irrigation of 840 acres, and Stock; Miller ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated 380 acres: 40 acres in SW¼NE¼; 40 acres in SE¼NW¼; 10 acres in NW¼SW¼; 80 acres in W½ SE¼; 10 acres in SE¼NE¼; 40 acres in NE¼SW¼; 35 acres in NE¼SE¼; 35 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 19; 25 acres in NE¼NE¼; 10 acres in SW¼NE¼; 40 acres in NW¼NE¼; 10 acres in NW¼SE¼; 5 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 30; To be Irrigated, 460 acres: 30 acres in SE¼NE¼; 40 acres in NW¼NW¼; 30 acres in NW¼SW¼; 5 acres in SE¼SE¼; 30 acres in NE¼NW¼; 40 acres in SW¼NW¼; 5 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 19; 10 acres in NE¼NE¼; 35 acres in SE¼NW¼; 5 acres in SW¼NE¼; 30 acres in NW¼SE¼; 30 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 36 S. R. 6 W. W.M.; 40 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 25; 30 acres in NW¼NE¼; 40 acres in SE¼NE¼; 30 acres in SW¼NE¼; 30 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 36 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority Jan. 1909; 5.34 second-feet; for Irrigation of 320 acres; Miller ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 35 acres: 20 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 19; 10 acres in NW¼SE¼; 5 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 36 S. R. 6 W. W.M.; To be Irrigated, 285 acres: 40 acres in SW¼SW¼; 20 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 19; 30 acres in NW¼SE¼; 35 acres in NE¼NW¼; 40 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 36 S. R. 6 W. W.M.; 80 acres in E½ SE¼; 40 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 36 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    JOHN H. LETTEKEN, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 690, Vol. 10); Priority 1906; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12½ acres; New Berryman ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 10 acres: 10 acres in SE¼NW¼; To be Irrigated, 2½ acres: 2½ acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    K. M. C. NEILL (Successor in interest to P. B. Herman, D. H. Flynn, and J. A. Pearson), Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 670, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1897; 3.41 second-feet; for Irrigation of 170½ acres; Jess ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 8 acres in SW¼NE¼; 18½ acres in NE¼SE¼; 33 acres in NW¼SE¼; 20 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 31; Tp. 36 S. R. 6 W. W.M.; To be Irrigated: 28 acres in SW¼NE¼; 29 acres in SE¼NE¼; 34 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 31; Tp. 36 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    JOHN AND FRED OFFENBACHER, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 697, Vol. 10); Priority 1908; 0.28 second-foot; for Irrigation of 14 acres; Fowler or Offenbacher ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 7 acres in NW¼SW¼; 7 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MRS. N. E. OSBORN, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 699, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 0.60 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30 acres; North Side ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 10 acres; 10 acres in NW¼NW¼; To be Irrigated, 20 acres; 20 acres in NW¼NW¼; all in Sec. 21; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    OSCAR CREEK CONSOLIDATED MINING COMPANY, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 700, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 0.20 second-feet; for Irrigation of 10 acres; North Side ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 8 acres: 4 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 22; 4 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 21; To be Irrigated, 2 acres in same subdivisions; all in Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    NANCY PERNOLL, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 704, Vol. 10); Priority 1906; 0.60 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30 acres: S. H. Cook ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 30 acres: 30 acres in S½ NE¼; NE¼SE¼; Sec. 7; NW¼SW¼; Sec. 16; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    W. B. PINKERTON, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 705, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 0.33 second-foot for Irrigation of 26 acres; North Side ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 6 acres: 2 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 21; 4 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 22; To be Irrigated, 20 acres: 2 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 21; 18 acres tn SW¼SW¼; Sec. 22; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    AUGUST REHKOPF, Applegate, Oregon (Proof 693, Vol. 10); Priority 1906; 1.61 second-feet; for Irrigation of 80½ acres, and Stock use; New Berryman ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 14 acres in SW¼NW¼; 1 acre in NW¼SW¼; 1½ acres in NE¼SW¼; 7½ acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M.; To be Irrigated, 3 acres in SW¼NW¼; 3 acres in NE¼SW¼; 38 acres in NW¼SW¼; 10 acres in SW¼SW¼; 2½ acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    MRS. ALICE REXFORD (Successor to C. M. Rexford), Applegate, Ore. (Proof 710, Vol. 10); Priority 1906; 0.22 second-feet; for Irrigation of 11 acres; S. H. Cook ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 11 acres: 11 acres in S½ SW¼; Sec. 8; and in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 17; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    I. G. ROBERTS, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 711, Vol. 10); Priority 1908; 0.60 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30 acres; Roberts ditch; Description of place of use; To be Irrigated, 30 acres: 15 acres in NE¼SW¼; 15 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GLADYS ROSE, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 694, Vol. 10); Priority 1906; 1.97 second-feet; for Irrigation of 98½ acres; New Berryman ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 22 acres in SW¼NE¼; 1 acre in SE¼NE¼; 3 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 21; To be Irrigated, 72½ acres as follows: 7½ acres in SE¼NE¼; 8 acres in SW¼NE¼; 30 acres in SE¼NW¼; 7 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 21; 11 acres in SW¼NW¼; 9 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 22; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    W. J. RUSSELL, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 714, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 1.26 second-feet; for Irrigation of 75½ acres; North Side ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 16½ acres: 12½ acres in NE¼NE¼; 4 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 20; To be Irrigated, 59 acres: 22½ acres in NE¼NE¼; 21½ acres in NW¼NE¼; 15 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    LOUISE C. SELLECK (Successor to C. E. Selleck), Murphy, Ore. (Proof 716, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 0.88 second-feet; for Irrigation of 43.66 acres; North Side ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 43.66 acres; 9.4 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 18; 10.54 acres in NW¼NE¼; 23.72 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    CHARLES SMITH, Wilderville, Ore. (Proofs 717-718, Vol. 10); Priority Oct., 1900; 0.70 second-foot; for Irrigation of 35 acres; Red Bluff ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 20 acres: 15 acres in NW¼NW¼; 5 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 29; To be Irrigated, 15 acres: 15 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 36 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon. (See also Paragraph 12.)
    SAM SMITH & M. McLEOD, East Ely, Nev. (Proof 719, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 0.67 second-foot; for Irrigation of 40 acres; North Side ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 21 acres: 21 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 21; To be Irrigated, 19 acres: 19 acres in Sec. 21; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    SUSIE SMITH, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 720, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 0.50 second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres, North Side ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 15 acres: 8 acres in SW¼NE¼; 7 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 18; To be Irrigated, 10 acres, in same subdivisions; all in Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    MRS. L. M. SPENCER, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 695, Vol. 10); Priority 1906; 2.43 second-feet; for Irrigation of 121½ acres; New Berryman ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 70½ acres as follows: 18 acres in NW¼SE¼; 15½ acres in SW¼SE¼; 25 acres in NE¼SW¼; 12 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 12; To be Irrigated, 51 acres as follows: 18½ acres in NW¼SE¼; 24½ acres in SW¼SE¼; 7 acres in SE¼SW¼; 1 acre in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon..
    H. H. TAYLOR, Ruch, Ore. (Proof 723, Vol. 10); Priority 1908; 0.98 second-foot; for Irrigation of 49 acres; Sturgis or Hamilton ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 4 acres in NE¼NE¼; 17 acres in NW¼NE¼; 10 acres in SW¼NE¼; 18 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JOHN TWOHY, Portland, Ore. (Proof 724, Vol. 10); Priority Oct. 1900; 2.40 second-feet; for Irrigation of 120 acres; Red Bluff ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 30 acres: 10 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 29; 20 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 30; To be Irrigated, 90 acres: 40 acres in SE¼NE¼; 20 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 30; 30 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 36 S. R. 6 W. W. M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    W. H. & H. P. VEDDER, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 725, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 0.80 second-feet for Irrigation of 40 acres; North Side ditch; Description of place of use; Irrigated 36 acres; 17 acres in NE¼NW¼; 19 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 20; To be Irrigated, 4 acres; 4 acres in N½ NW¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    W. H. VENABLE, Ruch, Ore. (Proof 726, Vol. 10); Priority 1902; 1.46 second-feet; for Irrigation of 73 acres; Goodwill ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 41 acres: 10 acres in NE¼SW¼; 13 acres in NE¼SE¼; 18 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 29; To be Irrigated, 32 acres: 5 acres in N½ SW¼; 27 acres in N½ SE¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 38 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    W. G. WHITE (Successor to Thos. Pippy), Murphy, Ore. (Proof 706, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 0.16 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; North Side ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 8 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    WILDERVILLE IRRIGATION CO., a corporation, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 727, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1899; 15.98 second-feet; for Irrigation of 799 acres; Wilderville ditch; The lands irrigated and to be Irrigated, and the ownership thereof, are as described below. Total irrigated, 327 acres; total to be Irrigated, 472 acres.
    ADELINE CLOSE, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 728, Vol. 10); Irrigated, 38 acres: 15 acres in NE¼SW¼; 23 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 6; To be Irrigated, 22 acres: 22 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    MRS. M. E. HOLLAND, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 729, Vol. 10); Irrigated, 20 acres; 13 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 6; 7 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    E. LOUGHRIDGE, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 730, Vol. 10); Irrigated, 25 acres: 12 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 5; 13 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 6; To be Irrigated, 55 acres; 28 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 5; 27 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    CLAUDIUS C. ROBINSON (Successor to John H. Robinson), Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 731, Vol. 10); Irrigated, 27 acres: 7 acres in SW¼NE¼; 20 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 6; To be Irrigated, 21 acres: 9 acres in SW¼NE¼; 12 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    R. M. ROBINSON, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 732, Vol. 10); Irrigated, 95 acres: 12 acres in NE¼NW¼; 28 acres in NW¼NW¼; 23 acres in SW¼NW¼; 16 acres in SE¼NW¼; 5 acres in NE¼SW¼; 4 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 8; 7 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 7; To be Irrigated, 220 acres: 30 acres in NE¼NW¼; 40 acres in NW¼NW¼; 35 acres in SW¼NW¼; 32 acres in SE¼NW¼; 33 acres in NE¼SW¼; 30 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 8; 20 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    W. S. ROBINSON, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 733, Vol. 10); Irrigated, 8 acres; 5½ acres in SW¼SE¼; 2½ acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 8; To be Irrigated, 30 acres: 30 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 8; all in Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    A.M. RUTTHENCUTTER, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 734, Vol. 10); Irrigated, 16 acres: 2 acres in SE¼SW¼; 12 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 6; 2 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    PAUL RUTTENCUTTER, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 735, Vol. 10); Irrigated, 30 acres: 30 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 7; To be Irrigated, 7 acres: 7 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 7; all in Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    ANDREW E. SHEEHAN, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 736, Vol. 10); Irrigated, 23 acres: 4 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 31; TD. 36 S. R. 6 W. W.M.; 2½ acres in NW¼NW¼; 16½ acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M.; To be Irrigated, 92 acres: 10 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 36 S. R. 6 W. W.M.; 23½ acres in NE¼NW¼; 18½ acres in NW¼NW¼; 40 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    GEO. W. McCOLLUM, Wilderville, Ore.; Irrigated, 17 acres: 15 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 8; 2 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    F. V. STEVENSON, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 737, Vol. 10); Irrigated, 26 acres: 26 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 16; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M.; To be Irrigated: 12 acres: 12 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 16; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    ELBA WOODARD, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 738, Vol. 10); Irrigated, 2 acres: 2 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 16; To be Irrigated, 13 acres: 13 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 16; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    CHARLES WOELFFLE, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 703, Vol. 10); Priority Feb. 1898; 1.00 second-foot; for Irrigation of 50 acres; Miller ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 2 acres in NW¼SE¼; 16 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 30; 2 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 31; To be Irrigated, 8 acres in NW¼SE¼; 18 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 30; 4 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 31; Tp. 36 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
SLATE CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    J. J. BROWN, Wonder, Ore. (Proof 742, Vol. 11); Priority 1908; 0.18 second-foot; for Irrigation of 9 acres; Brown ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 2 acres in NE¼NW¼; 3 acres in NW¼NW¼; 4 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    C. FENNER, Wonder, Ore. (Proof 757, Vol. 11); Priority 1903; 0.42 second-foot; for Irrigation of 21 acres; Fenner ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 10 acres in SW¼NE¼; 5 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 18; To be Irrigated, 6 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    MARY M. HAIR, Grants Pass, Ore., and JENNIE M. KEMP, 1730 Chicago Ave., Evanston, Ill. (Proof 743, Vol. 11); Priority 1908; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Brown ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 5 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    HANNAH D. JONES, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 744, Vol. 11); Priority 1908; 0.36 second-foot; for Irrigation of 18 acres; Jones or Lovelace ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 18 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    I. C. LOUDEN, Wonder, Ore. (Proof 746, Vol. 11); Priority 1908; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres; Brown ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 6 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    H. H. McCLUNG, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 747, Vol. 11); Priority 1907; 0.18 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres; McClung ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 3½ acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 2; To be Irrigated: 3½ acres in SW¼SW; Sec. 2; Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
 ANDREW E. SHEEHAN, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 749, Vol. 11); Priority 1908; 0.16 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; Slate Creek or Sheehan ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 8 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 31; Tp. 36 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
UNNAMED GULCH,
A Tributary of Slate Creek.
    MRS. LENA COOPER, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 750, Vol. 11); Priority 1908; 0.50 second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres; Cooper ditches; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 25 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 36; Tp. 36 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
CHAPIN CREEK,
A Tributary of Slate Creek.
    ANDREW E. SHEEHAN, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 751, Vol. 11); Priority 1908; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Sheehan ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 4 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 31; Tp. 36 S. R. 6 W. W.M., 6 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
ELLIOTT CREEK,
A Tributary of Slate Creek.
    ADAM T. CART, Wonder, Ore. (Proof 752, Vol. 11); Priority 1904; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5½ acres; Cart ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: ½ acre in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 15; To be Irrigated; 5 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 15; Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
WONDER MOUNTAIN GULCH,
A Tributary of Slate Creek.
    J. T. ROBERSON, Wonder, Ore. (Proof 754, Vol. 11); Priority 1901; 0.40 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Roberson ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 4 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 10; To be Irrigated: 10 acres in NW¼SW¼; 6 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
WATER CREEK,
A Tributary of Slate Creek.
    C. H. HALL, Wonder, Ore. (Proof 755, Vol. 11); Priority 1902; 0.46 second-foot; for Irrigation of 23 acres, and Domestic & Stock use; Hall ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 3 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 8; To be Irrigated: 12 acres in SW¼NE¼; 8 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
LEFT HAND FORK OF SLATER CREEK.
    VICTOR W. BROWN & E. B. YOUNG, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 756, Vol. 11); Priority 1908; 0.75 second-foot; for Irrigation of 45 acres; Bush ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 10 acres in NE¼SW¼; 20 acres in SE¼SW¼; 15 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    GUSTAV A. KARNER, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 758, Vol. 11); Priority 1903; 0.64 second-foot; for Irrigation of 32 acres; Mathews ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 3 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 7; 8 acres in NE¼NW¼; 15 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 18; To be Irrigated, 6 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    E. T. McKINSTRY, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 760, Vol. 11); Priority 1908; 1.86 second-feet; for Irrigation of 130 acres; Bush Ranch ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 30 acres in NW¼SW¼; 35 acres in SE¼SW¼; 25 acres in NW¼SE¼; 40 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
CHANEY CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    R. A. LINDSAY, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 765, Vol. 11); Priority 1908; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Lindsay ditch; Description of place of use. To be Irrigated: 10 acres in SE¼NW¼; and in N½ SW¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    JOHN LLOYD, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 766, Vol. 11); Priority 1908; 0.12 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres; Sarah Griffin ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 6 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 13; and SE¼SE¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 37 S. R. 7 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    C. H. McCANN, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 767, Vol. 11); Priority 1902; 0.42 second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres: McCann ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 12 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 18; To be Irrigated: 13 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    (Proof 768, Vol. 11); Priority 1908; 0.28 second-foot; for Irrigation of 14 acres; McCollum & McCann ditch: Description of place of use: 3 acres in NW¼NE¼; 4 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 18; 7 acres in SW¼SE¼SE¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    PAUL RUTTENCUTTER, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 770, Vol. 11); Priority Mar. 1, 1905; 0.62 second-foot; for Irrigation of 37 acres; Hooking ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 30 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 7; To be Irrigated: 7 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
LITTLE CHANEY CREEK,
A Tributary of Chaney Creek.
    B. F. BULL, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 772, Vol. 11); Priority March, 1900; 1.00 second-foot; for Irrigation of 60 acres; Bull or Little Chaney Creek; Description of place of use: Irrigated: 12 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 18; To be Irrigated: 35 acres in SW¼NE¼; 13 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    F. V. STEVENSON--See Paragraph 12.
BULL CREEK, 
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    L. B. AKERS, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 774, Vol. 11); Priority 1908; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Akers ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 10 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
MILLER CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    J. S. JENSEN, R.F.D. No. 1, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 804, Vol. 11); Priority 1908, 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres Jensen ditch; Description of place of use: 7 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
MURPHY CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    MADRONA LAND COMPANY, a corporation, 211 Sixth St., Grants Pass, Ore. (Proofs 779, 780, 781, Vol. 11); Priority 1908; 0.34 second-foot; for Irrigation of 27 acres; Murphy ditch No. 1; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 27 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority 1908; 1.62 second-feet; for Irrigation of 129½ acres; Murphy ditch No. 2; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 10.4 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 25; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M.; 30 acres in NW¼NE¼; 6.7 acres in NE¼NW¼; 10 acres in SW¼NW¼; 4.1 acres in NW¼SW¼; 11.8 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 30; 31.2 acres in NE¼NE¼; 7.5 acres in SE¼SW¼; 2 acres in NE¼SE¼; 2.5 acres in SW¼SE¼; 13.3 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority 1908; 0.65 second-feet; for Irrigation of 51.6 acres; Murphy ditch No. 3; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 13.4 acres in NE¼NE¼; 17.6 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 36; 4.8 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 25; Tp. 37 S. R. 6 W. W.M., 15.8 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
GRAYS OR GRACE CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    PROTECTED COVE ORCHARDS, a corporation (Successor to A. N. Parsons and P. T. Birchard), Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 782, Vol. 11); Priority 1908; 1.00 second-foot; for Irrigation of 70 acres; Parsons & Birchard ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 30 acres in NW¼NE¼; 40 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
BOARD SHANTY CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    WINSLOW, H. FOSTER, 9238 Pleasant Ave., Chicago, Ill. (Proof 785, Vol. 11); Priority 1908; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Oscar Creek mining ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 12 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 16; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    E. R. JEFFERS, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 786, Vol. 11); Priority 1908; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; Oscar Creek mining ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 5 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 16; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    W. R. JEFFERS, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 787, Vol. 11); Priority 1908; 0.27 second-foot; for Irrigation of 16 acres; Oscar Creek mining ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 16 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 16; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
CARIS CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    W. S. BAILEY, R.F.D., No. 1, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 790, Vol. 11); Priority 1908; 0.09 second-foot; for Irrigation of 5 acres; W. S. Bailey ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 5 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 36; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    P. W. CARIS, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 791, Vol. 11); Priority 1908; 0.22 second-foot; for Irrigation of 13 acres; Caris ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 13 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 25; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon; and in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 30; Tp. 37 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SPRINGS IN SE¼SW¼ OF SECTION 1, TP. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M.,
Tributary to Applegate River.
    J. T. PAYNE, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 808, Vol. 11); Priority 1908; 0.79 second-foot; for Irrigation of 55 acres; Payne ditches; Description of place of use: Supplementary to the use of the water from Williams Creek through the Watts and Topping ditch, the following lands are to be Irrigated from both sources: 40 acres in NW¼SW¼; 5 acres in SW¼SW¼; 10 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
WILLIAMS CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    J. D. DIXON, Williams, Ore. (Proof 812, Vol. 12); Priority Jan. 14, 1904; 1.00 second-foot; for Irrigation of 50 acres, and Stock; Dixon & Caldwell ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 11 acres in SW¼NW¼; 4 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 35; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M.; To be Irrigated, 29 acres in SW¼NW¼; 6 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 35; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    W. A. HEARD, Williams, Ore. (Proof 815, Vol. 12); Priority Jan. 14, 1904; 0.24 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres, and Stock; Dixon & Caldwell ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 5½ acres in NE¼NW¼; To be Irrigated, 6½ acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 35; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    J. C. JONES, Kerby, Ore. (Proof 816, Vol. 12); Priority Dec. 1908; 0.64 second-foot; for Irrigation of 32 acres; Spencer ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 15 acres in NE¼SE¼; 17 acres in Lot 2; Sec. 12; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    (Proof 817, Vol. 12); Priority Dec. 1908; 0.52 second-foot; for Irrigation of 26 acres; Provolt ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 23 acres in Lot 1; 3 acres in Lot 2; Sec. 12; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    JAMES T. KENNEDY, Williams, Ore. (Proof 818, Vol. 12); Priority June 1908; 0.17 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Kennedy ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 2 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 23; 4 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 14; To be Irrigated, 3 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 23, 3 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    J. E. McDONNELL, 700 Cherry St., Anaconda, Mont. (Proof 819, Vol. 12); Priority Dec. 1908; 0.55 second-foot; for Irrigation of 38 acres; Watts & Topping ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 5 acres in NW¼NE¼; 7 acres in NE¼NW¼; 10 acres in NW¼NW¼; 16 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    EMMA FRANCIS TRUAX and EMMA G. MACY (Successors to J. W. York), Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 827, Vol. 12); Priority June 1890; 0.69 second-foot; for Irrigation of 48 acres; York & Breedon ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 33 acres in NW¼SW¼; 5 acres in SW¼SW¼; 10 acres in SE¼SW¼, Sec. 1; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    MINERVA TOPPING, Williams, Ore. (Proof 824, Vol. 12); Priority Dec. 1908; 0.06 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Watts & Topping ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 4 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 35; Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    ALEX WATTS, Williams, Ore. (Proof 825, Vol. 12); Priority Dec. 1908; 0.80 second-foot; for Irrigation of 56 acres; Watts & Topping ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 40 acres in NW¼NE¼; 6 acres in SW¼NE¼; 8 acres in NE¼SE¼; 2 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 2; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
EAST AND WEST FORKS OF WILLIAMS CREEK.
    C. E. ROSE, Williams, Ore. (Proof 822, Vol. 12); Priority Dec. 1908; 0.15 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Caldwell ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 7 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 34; 3 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 35; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
WEST FORK OF WILLIAMS CREEK.
    EMMA BRYAN, Williams, Ore. (Proof 840, Vol. 12); Priority Oct. 1, 1908; 0.72 second-foot; for Irrigation of 50 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Bryan ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 20 acres in NE¼SW¼; 30 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    J. T. HARTLEY, Williams, Ore. (Proof 842, Vol. 12); Priority Dec. 1908; 0.59 second-foot; for Irrigation of 41 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Hartley ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 40 acres in SW¼NE¼; 1 acre in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    FRANK M. & ANNA LeROY, Williams, Ore. (Proof 845, Vol. 12); Priority Dec. 1908; 1.00 second-foot; for Irrigation of 70 acres; Hartley ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 40 acres in SE¼NE¼; 30 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 34; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    FRANK SUTTON, Williams, Ore. (Proof 847, Vol. 12); Priority Dec. 1908; 1.62 second-feet; for Irrigation of 113 acres; Chapman ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 35 acres in NE¼NW¼; 14 acres in NW¼NW¼; 24 acres in SW¼NW¼; 40 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 3; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    S. M. WERTZ, Williams, Ore. (Proof 849, Vol. 12); Priority Dec., 1908; 0.66 second-foot; for Irrigation of 46 acres; Wertz ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 33 acres in NE¼SE¼; 3 acres in NW¼SE¼; 10 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
MUNGER CREEK,
A Tributary of West Fork of Williams Creek.
    SARAH HOXIE, Williams, Ore. (Proof 868, Vol. 12); Priority Dec. 1908; 0.26 second-foot; for Irrigation of 18 acres; Hoxie ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 18 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
NORTH MARBEL GULCH,
A Tributary of Munger Creek.
    JOHN H. KINCAID, Williams, Ore. (Proof 866, Vol. 12); Priority Dec. 1908; 0.08 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Kincaid ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 4 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
GOODWIN GULCH,
A Tributary of West Fork of Williams Creek.
    A. O. HOXIE, Williams, Ore. (Proof 869, Vol. 12); Priority Dec. 1908; 0.32 second-foot; for Irrigation of 24½ acres; Hoxie or Goodwin ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 24½ acres in S½ SE¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
LONE CREEK,
A Tributary of West Fork of Williams Creek.
    CHARLES A. HOXIE, Williams, Ore. (Proof 872, Vol. 12); Priority Dec. 1908; 0.22 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; Hoxie & Lone Creek ditches; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 15 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
EAST FORK OF WILLIAMS CREEK.
    WALTER BROOKS, Williams, Ore. (Proof 875, Vol. 12); Priority 1908; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; Brooks ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 8 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 23; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    ANDREW CANTRALL, Jacksonville, Ore. (Proof 876, Vol. 12); Priority Dec. 1908; 0.05 second-foot; for Irrigation of 3 acres; Spanish ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 3 acres in SW¼NW¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    HERBERT A. JOHNSON, Williams, Ore. (Proof 877, Vol. 12); Priority Dec. 1908; 0.72 second-foot; for Irrigation of 50 acres; Johnson ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 25 acres in NE¼NW¼; 25 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
CLAPBOARD GULCH, 
A Tributary of Williams Creek.
    LEWIS A. ABBOTT, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 882, Vol. 12); Priority Dec. 1908; 0.29 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Abbott ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 20 acres in W½ SE¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    ANDREW CANTRALL, Jacksonville, Ore. (Proof 883, 876, Vol. 12); Priority Dec. 1908; 0.14 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Benjamin ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 10 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    MARIANNE SARGENT, Williams, Ore. (Proof 885, Vol. 12); Priority May 13, 1904; 0.53 second-foot; for Irrigation of 37 acres; Sargent ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 37 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 2; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    EDWARD SNELL, Williams, Ore. (Proof 886, Vol. 12); Priority Dec., 1908; 0.26 second-foot; for Irrigation of 18 acres; Stackpole ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 18 acres in E½ SE¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
CHERRY GULCH,
A Tributary of East Fork of Williams Creek.
    J. O. BROWN, Williams, Ore. (Proof 891, Vol. 12); Priority May 6, 1905; 0.17 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; R. L. Moffitt ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 1 acre in SW¼NE¼; To be Irrigated, 9 acres in SW¼NE¼; all in Sec. 2, Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
POWELL CREEK,
A Tributary of Williams Creek.
    T. J. WILKINSON, Provolt, Ore. (Proof 833, Vol. 12); Priority Dec. 1908; 0.86 second-foot; for Irrigation of 60 acres; Jos. Bricker ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 37 acres in NE¼NE¼; 3 acres in NW¼NE¼; 5 acres in SW¼NE¼; Sec. 15; 15 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 10; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    B. F. BANKS, Williams, Ore., Priority 1908; 0.70 second-foot; for Irrigation of 49.8 acres; Blodgett & Gotcher, or Powell Creek ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 20 acres in SE¼NW¼; 21.6 acres in SW¼NE¼; 8.2 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 27; Tp. 38 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
LITTLE APPLEGATE RIVER,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    E. J. CAMERON, Jacksonville, Ore. (Proof 913, Vol. 13); Priority 1908; 1.94 second-foot; for Irrigation of 97 acres, and Domestic and Stock use; Deming ditch; Description of place of use: Lands irrigated or to be Irrigated: 4 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 2; 33 acres in SW¼SE¼; 30 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 3; 17 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 10; 13 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SQUAW CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    TERRENCE P. BYRNE, ESTATE OF, Watkins, Ore. (Proof 993, Vol. 14); Priority Dec. 1908; 0.27 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres, and Domestic, Stock and Storage; Thurman & Collings ditch; Squaw Lake reservoir; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 1 acre in NE¼NE¼; 5 acres in NW¼NE¼; 2 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 1; Tp. 41 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    (Proof 994, Vol. 14); Priority Dec. 1908; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres, and Storage; Byrne ditch, and Squaw Lake Reservoir; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 6 acres in SE¼NE¼M; Sec. 1; Tp. 41 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    A. E. COLLINS, Watkins, Ore. (Proof 995, Vol. 14); Priority Dec. 1908; 0.40 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres, and Stock and Storage; Thurman & Collings ditch and Squaw Lake Reservoir; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 12 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 36; Tp. 40 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    JOHN HASKINS, Watkins, Ore. (Proof 997, Vol. 14); Priority 1908; 0.34 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Haskins ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated: 10 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 41 S. R. 2 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    P. F. SWAYNE, Watkins, Ore. (Proof 999, Vol. 14); Priority Dec., 1908; 0.94 second-foot; for Irrigation of 28 acres, and Domestic, Stock and Storage; Thurman & Collings ditch, and Squaw Lake Reservoir; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 15 acres in NE¼NE¼; 7 acres in NW¼NE¼; 1½ acres in NE¼NW¼; 1 acre in SW¼NW¼; 3½ acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 36; Tp. 40 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    GEORGE K. WAIT, ESTATE OF, Watkins, Ore. (Proof 1000, Vol. 14); Priority 1908; 1.17 second-feet; for Irrigation of 35 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Squaw Creek ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 20 acres in E½ NE¼; 15 acres in W½ NE¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 41 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
THOMPSON CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    M. D. HOGAN (Successor to Lee Harrington), Applegate, Ore. (Proof 1011, Vol. 14); Priority 1907; 0.56 second-foot; for Irrigation of 39 acres; Smith ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 20 acres in SE¼SE¼; 9 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 32; To be Irrigated, 3 acres in SE¼SE¼; 2 acres in SE¼NE¼; 5 acres in NE¼SE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    OSCAR KNOX & C. C. PRESLEY, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 1012, Vol. 14); Priority 1907; 0.43 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30 acres; Smith ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 15 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 8; 7 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon; To be Irrigated, 8 acres in same subdivisions.
    D. W. KNUTZEN, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 1014, Vol. 14); Priority 1903; 0.18 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12½ acres; Knutzen & Gordon ditch; Description of place of use: Irrigated, 6 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 28; To be Irrigated, 6½ acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. J. KNUTZEN, Applegate, Ore. (Proof 1016, Vol. 14); Priority 1907; 0.72 second-foot; for Irrigation of 50 acres; Smith ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated; 50 acres in NE¼; NE¼SW¼; NW¼SE¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
SPRINGS IN SW¼SW¼; Sec. 32, TP. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M.,
Tributary of Thompson Creek.
    PHILA BLIVEN, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 1029, Vol. 14); Priority 1908; 0.15 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Two ditches; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 10 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon. 
KENNY CREEK,
A Tributary of Applegate River.
    CAREY CULY, Watkins, Ore. (Proof 990, Vol. 14); Priority 1908; 0.40 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Culy ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 20 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 40 S. R. 3 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
CARBERRY FORK AND TRIBUTARIES,
Tributary of Applegate River.
    J. C. KNUTZEN, Steamboat, Ore. (Proof 1038, Vol. 14); Priority 1908; 0.60 second-foot; for Irrigation of 30 acres; Caldwell ditch; Description of place of use: To be Irrigated, 3 acres in SE¼NW¼; 7 acres in NE¼SW¼; 10 acres in NW¼SE¼; 10 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 40 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
O'BRIEN AND STURGIS FORKS OF CARBERRY FORK OF APPLEGATE RIVER.
    THOMPSON CREEK IRRIGATION ASSOCIATION, Applegate, Ore.; Priority 1857; 2.50 second-feet; Priority 1906; 6.25 second-feet; for Irrigation of 934 acres, and Domestic and Stock; Thompson Creek Irrigation Association ditch; The following is a description of lands irrigated and to be irrigated, together with landowners and members of association.
    JOHN BINGHAM (Proof 1056, Vol. 14); 12 acres in NW¼SE¼; 12 acres in SW¼SE¼; 18 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    M. F. BINGHAM (Proof 1048, Vol. 14); 25 acres in NE¼SW¼; 25 acres in SE¼SW¼; 5 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 18; 15 acres in NE¼NW¼; 15 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 19; Tp. 39 S. R. 4 W. W.M. Jackson County, Oregon.
    HORACE R. BLIVEN (Successor to Phila Bliven); (Proof 1007, Vol. 14); (See Misc. Proofs, Vol. 23, pp. 5, 6); 15 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    C. H. ELMORE, ESTATE OF (Proof 1055, Vol. 14); 20 acres in SW¼NE¼; 12 acres in NE¼SW¼; 40 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    DANIEL HILKEY (Proof 1050, Vol. 14); 10 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 33; 40 acres in NE¼NE¼; 11 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 32; 6 acres in NE¼SE¼; 5 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    M. D. HOGAN (Successor to Lee Harrington); (Proof 1049, Vol. 14); 27 acres in SE¼NE¼; 15 acres in NE¼SE¼; 9 acres in SW¼SE¼; 22 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    S. L. JOHNSON (Successor to Mrs. Mary B. Orr, R. E. and R. A. Gray; also (Successor to Walter Miller); (Proof 1053, Vol. 14); 31½ acres in NW¼NE¼; 19½ acres in SW¼NE¼; 11 acres in NE¼NW¼; 28 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 39 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon; 35 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    G. S. KINDLE; 12 acres in SW¼SE¼; 13 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 39 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    OSCAR KNOX AND C. C. PRESLEY (Proof 1052, Vol. 14); 3 acres in NE¼NW¼; 12 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 8; 2 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 5; 10 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 6; 15 acres in NE¼NW¼; 25 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 39 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    ANNA KNUTZEN; 28 acres in SE¼NW¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    D. W. KNUTZEN (Proof 1057, Vol. 14); 30 acres in NW¼SW¼; 14 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 28; 30 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 29; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    J. J. KNUTZEN (Proof 1051, Vol. 14); 50 acres in NE¼; NE¼SW¼; NW¼SE¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 39 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    LIDA and ANDERSON MEE (Proof 1054, Vol. 14); 20 acres in SW¼SE¼; 20 acres in NW¼SE¼; 14 acres SW¼NE¼; 20 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 39 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    WARREN D. MEE (Proof 1046, Vol. 14); 20 acres in NE¼NE¼; 10 acres in SE¼SW¼; 5 acres in NW¼NE¼; 20 acres in SW¼NE¼; 15 acres in SE¼NE¼; 20 acres in NW¼SE¼; 20 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 28; Tp. 38 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    FRITZ RUCH; 6 acres in SE¼SW¼; 8 acres in NE¼SW¼; 8 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 39 S. R. 4 W. W.M., Jackson County, Oregon.
    W. C. SPARKS, Raymond, Wash., 40 acres in SE¼NW¼; 40 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 36; Tp. 39 S. R. 5 W. W.M. Josephine County, Oregon.
JUMPOFF JOE CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    E. C. NEELY, R.F.D. No. 2, Grants Pass, Ore.; and Florence M. COCHRANE, Merlin, Ore.; (Proof 535, Vol. 9); Priority 1904; 0.86 second-foot; for Irrigation of 60 acres; Neely ditch; Description of place of use: Lands to be Irrigated: 20 acres in NW¼SE¼; 20 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 2; 20 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 35 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    SWASTIKA MINING CO., Grants Pass, Ore. (Proofs 564-5, Vol. 9); Priority 1908; 1.32 second-feet; for Irrigation of 92 acres; Tetherow or Steel ditch; Description of place of use: Lands to be Irrigated, 15 acres in SW¼NE¼; 10 acres in NE¼SE¼; 30 acres in NW¼SE¼; 25 acres in SW¼SE¼; 12 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    Priority 1908; 0.22 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; Brown or Pollock ditch; Description of place of use: Lands to be Irrigated: 5 acres in SE¼NW¼; 2 acres in NE¼SW¼; 8 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    THREE PINES TIMBER CO., Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 539, Vol. 9); Priority 1908; 0.55 second-foot; for Irrigation of 38½ acres; Brown or Pollock ditch; Description of place of use: Lands to be Irrigated, 12½ acres in SE¼NW¼; 18 acres in SW¼NW¼; 8 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 4; Tp. 35 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
LOZIER CREEK,
A Tributary of Jumpoff Joe Creek.
    A. M. CHERRY, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 562, Vol. 9); Priority Oct. 25, 1907; 0.29 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Daisy Bell ditch; Description of place of use: Lands irrigated, 5 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 35 S. R. 5 W. W.M.; Lands to be Irrigated, 15 acres in NW¼NW¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 35 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
BUMMER GULCH,
A Tributary of Quartz Creek, a Tributary of Jumpoff Joe Creek.
    LEMUEL T. GREEN, ESTATE, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 544, Vol. 9); Priority Feb., 1907; 0.29 second-foot; for Irrigation of 20 acres; Bummer Gulch ditch; Description of place of use: Lands irrigated, 10 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 35 S. R. 6 W. W.M.; Lands to be Irrigated, 10 acres in NE¼SW¼; Sec. 5; Tp. 35 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
SPRING BRANCH OF CUP CREEK,
A Tributary of Bummer Gulch.
    R. S. CROCKETT, Hugo, Ore. (Proof 550, Vol. 9); Priority 1908; 0.12 second-foot; for Irrigation of 8 acres; Hill ditch, Description of place of use: Lands to be Irrigated, 8 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
GRAVE CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    V. E. FARLEIGH, Leland, Ore. (Proof 576, Vol. 9); Priority 1908; 0.25 second-foot; for Irrigation of 15 acres; Alta ditch; Description of place of use: Lands to be Irrigated, 5 acres in NE¼NE¼; Sec. 9; 10 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 10, Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    L. A. LEWIS, care of Allen & Lewis, Portland, Oregon (Proof 578, Vol. 9); Priority 1908; 0.17 second-foot; for Irrigation of 10 acres; Browning ditch; Description of place of use: Lands to be Irrigated, 5 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 8; 5 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    T. J. MACKIN, J. R. MACKIN, and MARGARET McCASLIN, Leland, Ore. (Proof 580, Vol. 9); Priority 1908; 0.67 second-foot; for Irrigation of 40 acres; Mackin ditch; Description of place of use: Lands to be Irrigated, 1 acre in SW¼SE¼; 9 acres in SE¼SE¼; Sec. 4; 15 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 3; 5 acres in NW¼NE¼; 4 acres in NE¼NE¼; 6 acres in NE¼NW¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    E. G. PATTON, Placer, Ore. (Proof 584, Vol. 9); Priority 1908; 0.07 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Browning ditch; Description of place of use: Lands to be Irrigated: 4 acres in NW¼NE¼; Sec. 8; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    SAMUEL PETTENGILL and C. H. BEAN, Placer, Ore. (Proof 585, Vol. 9); Priority 1908; 0.10 second-foot; for Irrigation of 6 acres; Pettengill & Burton ditch; Description of place of use: Lands to be Irrigated, 3 acres in NE¼SW¼; 3 acres in NW¼SW¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    LIZZIE WILLIAMS (Proof 586, Vol. 9); Priority 1908; 0.77 second-foot; for Irrigation of 46 acres; Harkness ditch; Description of place of use: Lands to be Irrigated, 20 acres in SW¼NW¼; 12 acres in NE¼SW¼; 6 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 12; 8 acres in SE¼NE¼; Sec. 11; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
BURGESS CREEK AND SHANKS CREEK,
Tributaries of Grave Creek.
    GEO. W. BLALOCK (Proofs 629, 630, Vol. 9); Priority 1908; 0.29 second-foot; for Irrigation of 17 acres; One ditch from Shanks Gulch and one from Burgess Gulch; Description of place of use: Lands to be Irrigated, 17 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 12; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
MILL CREEK,
A Tributary of Dog Creek, a Tributary of Grave Creek.
    THOS. P. CRITESER, Leland, Ore. (Proof 619, Vol. 9); Priority 1908; 0.07 second-foot; for Irrigation of 4 acres; Criteser ditch; Description of place of use: Land to be Irrigated, 4 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 9; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
BURGESS CREEK, BENJAMIN GULCH OR SLAGLE CREEK,
Tributaries of Grave Creek.
    WM. O. BENJAMIN, Placer, Ore. (Proof 627, Vol. 9); Priority 1908; 1.12 second-feet; for Irrigation of 67 acres; Benjamin ditch; Description of place of use: Lands to be Irrigated: 20 acres in NE¼SW¼; 17 acres in NW¼SE¼; 30 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 6; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    SAMUEL PETTENGILL and C. H. BEAN, Placer, Ore. (Proof 628, Vol. 9); Priority 1908; 1.34 second-feet; for Irrigation of 80 acres; Bean ditch; Description of place of use: Lands to be Irrigated: 40 acres in SW¼NE¼; 20 acres in SE¼NE¼; 20 acres in NW¼SE¼; Sec. 7; Tp. 34 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
BRIMSTONE GULCH,
A Tributary of Grave Creek.
    J. M. DEVALL, A. M. DEVALL, ORE NICHOLS and W. M. SCOTT, care of J. M. Devall, Leland, Ore. (Proof 616, Vol. 9); Priority 1908; 1.59 second-feet; for Irrigation of 95 acres; Milt Goff ditch; Description of place of use: Lands to be Irrigated, 30 acres in NW¼NE¼; 15 acres in SW¼NE¼; 25 acres in NW¼SE¼; 25 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 18; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
RAT CREEK,
A Tributary of Grave Creek.
    WM. LIGHT, Grave, Ore. (Proofs 620-621, Vol. 9); Priority 1908; 0.20 second-foot; for Irrigation of 12 acres; Allen Towne ditch; Description of place of use: Lands to be Irrigated, 6 acres in SW¼NW¼; 6 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 14; Tp. 34 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
WOLF CREEK,
A Tributary of Rogue River.
    WILL C. SMITH, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 597, Vol. 9); Priority 1908; 0.42 second-foot; for Irrigation of 25 acres; Lewis ditch; Description of place of use: Lands to be Irrigated: 10 acres in NE¼SE¼; 12 acres in NW¼SE¼; 3 acres in SW¼SE¼; Sec. 20; Tp. 33 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
COYOTE CREEK,
A Tributary of Wolf Creek.
    JOHN KELLY, Wolf Creek, Ore. (Proof 601, Vol. 9); Priority 1908; 0.13 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7¼ acres; McIntosh ditch; Description of place of use: Lands to be Irrigated: 2½ acres in NW¼SW¼; 5 acres in SW¼SW¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 33 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
    H. A. PERKINS, Wolf Creek, Ore. (Proof 602, Vol. 9); Priority 1908; 0.12 second-foot; for Irrigation of 7 acres; MacIntosh ditch; Description of place of use: Lands to be Irrigated: 7 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 24; Tp. 33 S. R. 6 W. W.M., Josephine County, Oregon.
8.
    The claimants named in paragraph 7 shall complete and perfect their several rights of appropriation within the time herein limited, and shall proceed with due diligence to reclaim their said lands and apply the waters claimed therefor to the irrigation thereof, and to the extent that
said rights shall not have been completed and perfected within the time herein limited, or such further time as the Board shall allow, the said claims and inchoate rights shall be deemed to have been forfeited and abandoned. That after final proof shall have been taken respecting the several rights hereinbefore set forth, the Board shall enter its order determining and establishing the extent and area of land reclaimed and actually irrigated of the lands above described in each case, and the quantity of water to which each of said claimants is entitled by virtue thereof, and supplemental decree or decrees shall be entered herein, and thereafter water right certificates in accordance therewith shall be issued.
9.
    That the following named claimants have initiated rights of appropriation to the waters of said Rogue River, or its tributaries, under the provisions of Chapter 216, General Laws of Oregon for 1909, by the filing of applications in the office of the State Engineer, and permits have been issued to said claimants by said State Engineer. That said rights shall be completed and perfected in accordance with the terms and conditions of the said permits, or such modifications and extensions thereof which shall hereafter be made by the State Water Board, and water right certificates shall be issued to said claimants upon proof according to law of the completion of their said rights. That all other applicants not herein named having heretofore made application to the State Engineer under the provisions of said Chapter 216, General Laws of Oregon, 1909, whose rights have not heretofore been abandoned or forfeited by failure to comply with the provisions of said law, or the terms and conditions of permits issued, shall be perfected and completed under the terms and conditions of the permits issued to said claimants or extensions thereof and when completed and perfected, said claimants shall be entitled to the issuance of water right certificates as if they had appeared herein and made proof of their claim. That no person, firm or corporation, or association of persons who shall have heretofore made application to the State Engineer under said statutes shall be deemed to have abandoned or forfeited any rights of appropriation to the waters herein involved by virtue thereof, by reason of his failure to appear herein and heretofore submit proof of his respective claims to the waters herein involved, and none of said claimants and applicants shall be deemed to be in default herein by reason of said failure. That the names of the claimants and applicants who have appeared herein and submitted proof of their rights under such applications and permits, together with the number of their statement and proof, the date of filing their several applications, the stream from which water is proposed to be diverted, the number of the application, the number of the permit, the use, and if for power the number of horsepower proposed to be developed, and if for irrigation the number of acres proposed to be irrigated, are set forth in the following tabulated statement, to wit:
    MARCIA P. COON, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 5, Vol. 1); priority Sept. 20, 1911; from Rogue River (Pumping plant and flume) Application No. 1718, Permit No. 852; for Irrigation of 15.27 acres.
    BENJ. H. CHARLES, JR., ISAAC T. CURD, JR., C. O. ATKINSON AND AUGUSTUS HOCKADAY (Proof 6, Vol. 1); priority Mar. 24, 1910; from Rogue River (Prospect power works plant); Application No. 575, Permit No. 264; for power and generation of electricity, 3000 H.P.
    THE CHICAGO-ROGUE RIVER COMPANY, a corporation, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proofs 7, 8, 9, Vol. 1); priority Mar. 17, 1911; from Rogue River, Application No. 1868, Permit No. 906 for the Irrigation of 56,875 acres of land, domestic and stock.
    W. H. McCLURE, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 25, Vol. 1); priority Sept. 27, 1909; from Rogue River; Application No. 327, Permit No. 197 for the Irrigation of 11.75 acres.
    JOHN RAWLEY, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proofs 32 and 33, Vol. 1); priority dates Sept. 27, 1909, and Mar. 7, 1910; from Rogue River; Applications No. 326 and 545, Permits No. 196 and 241 for the Irrigation of 23.25 and 47.98 acres, respectively.
    A. W. SILSBY, care of F. J. Newman, Medford, Ore. (Proof 34½, Vol. 1); priority Jan. 17, 1910; from Rogue River; Application No. 476, Permit No. 666 for the Irrigation of 23,570 acres.
    J. E. NICHOLS, Central Point, Ore. (Proof 53, Vol. 2); priority Sept. 6, 1911; from Bear Creek (Nichols ditch); Application No. 1687, Permit No. 838 for the Irrigation of 41 acres.
    JOSEPH F. WORTMAN, Medford, Ore. (Proof 59, Vol. 2); priority Aug. 10, 1910; from Bear Creek; Application No. 874, Permit No. 451, for the Irrigation of 100 acres.
    B. L. DODGE, Akron, Ohio (Successor to A. B. Saling) priority July 26, 1909 from Rogue River; Application No. 197, Permit No. 298 for the Irrigation of 21,810 acres of land and Mining.
    HIRAM DOUBLEDAY, Butte Falls, Ore. (Proof 331, Vol. 6) priority June 8, 1910; from Big Butte Creek (Doubleday ditch); Application No. 756, Permit No. 376 for the Irrigation of 40 acres.
    PACIFIC & EASTERN RY., Medford, Ore. (Proof 338, Vol. 6); priority July 11, 1911, from Ginger Creek; Application No. 1541, Permit No. 909 for R.R. purposes.
    AGNES M. GEARY (Proof 77, Vol. 2); priority July 21, 1910, from Murphy Creek (Geary ditch No. 3); Application No. 838, Permit No. 412, for the Irrigation of 13 acres.
    BENJ. CHARLES, Jr. (Proof 324, Vol. 5); priority Aug. 26, 1909; from Mill Creek (the Charles ditch), Application No. 257, Permit No. 206 for 569 Horsepower.
    F. E. MILLER (Successor to G. B. Richmond) Proof 393, Vol. 7); priority May 24, 1910; from Bear Branch of Evans Creek (Richmond ditch); Application No. 704, Permit No. 402 for the Irrigation of 80 acres.
    CHARLES OWENS (Proof 403, Vol. 7); priority Apr. 22, 1911; from Pleasant Creek; Application No. 1374, Permit No. 649 for the Irrigation of 15 acres and Domestic use.
    GUSTAV POYER, Rogue River, Ore. (Proof 451, Vol. 8); priority Oct. 26, 1910; from Birdseye Creek (Poyer ditch); Application No. 1045, permit No. 510 for the Irrigation of 40 acres and Domestic use.
    ELLA L. SHORT, Gold Hill, Ore. (Proof 458, Vol. 8); Priority Feb. 4, 1910, from Foots Creek (Short ditch); Application No. 500, Permit No. 223, for Irrigation of 10 acres.
    FRED W. DUNN AND C. C. ENGLISH (Proof 506, Vol. 8); priority Jan. 5, 1911, from Pickett Creek (Dunn & English ditch); Application No. 1179; permit No. 602, for the Irrigation of 18 acres.
    ORIOLE GOLD MINING CO., Grants Pass, Ore. (Proofs 522 and 523, Vol. 8); Priority Apr. 26, 1909; from Rocky Gulch (Right and Middle Forks); Applications No. 48 and 50, permits No. 44 and 45, for the development of 595 Horsepower.
    ORIOLE GOLD MINING CO., Grants Pass, Ore. (Priority Apr. 26, 1909) from Rocky Gulch (Right and Middle Forks) Applications No. 51 and 49, Reservoir permits No. 7 and 6 for power purposes.
    J. P. ATKIN (Proof 642, Vol. 10); priority Nov. 9, 1909 from Big Applegate River and Carberry Fork; Application No. 394, Enlargement Permit No. 49 for the Irrigation of 6970 acres, 4262 Horsepower, Domestic and Mining.
    CHAS. SMITH, Wilderville, Ore. (Proof 717 and 718, Vol. 10) priority Oct. 25, 1910 from Applegate River, Red Bluff ditch; Application No. 1041, Permit No. E. 85 for the Irrigation of 65 acres.
    H. E. GALE, Merlin, Ore., E. POLLOCK, Grants Pass, Ore., J. W. STRINGER, Grants Pass, Ore. and HENRY HEATH (Proofs 660, 707 and 721, Vol. 10) priority Jan. 31, 1910 from Applegate River (Red Bluff ditch) Application No. 495, Permit No. E. 37 for the Irrigation of 210 acres.
    J. T. MIDDLETON, Grants Pass, Ore. (Proof 685, Vol. 10)
    J. C. and MARY DUTCHER, Murphy, Ore. (Proof 658, Vol. 10); priority May 5, 1910 from Applegate River (Dutcher ditch); Application No. 665, Permit No. 318 for the Irrigation of 35 acres.
    M. N. LOUGHRIDGE, Grants Pass, Ore., J. A. GILMORE, J. B. LINDSAY and CHAS. T. SWEENEY (Proofs 665, 679 and 680, Vol. 10) Priority Mar. 2, 1910 from Applegate River (Swinden ditch) Application No. 537, Permit No. E. 40 for the Irrigation of 210 acres.
    P. T. BIRCHARD, Grants Pass, Ore. (By A. N. Parsons, Agent); (Proof 701, Vol. 10) priority Mar. 26, 1910 from Applegate River (Swinden ditch); Application No. 586, Permit No. E. 32, for the Irrigation of 25 acres.
    M. N. LOUGHBRIDGE, F. B. WOMBAUGH, EFFIE FARRA (Proof 659, Vol. 10); priority Oct. 18, 1909, from Applegate River (Swinden ditch); Application No. 353, Permit No. E. 35 for the Irrigation of 155.5 acres.
    C. F. and AMELIA GENTNER, Murphy, Ore. (Proofs 661-3, Vol. 10); priority May 12, 1910 from Applegate River; Application No. 675, permit No. 303 for the Irrigation of 56 acres.
    F. V. STEVENSON, J. C. DUTCHER, J. B. ROBINSON, S. E. ROBINSON, W. S. ROBINSON, GEO. W. McCOLLIN, and E. H. HARBECK; priority Sept. 27, 1911 from Applegate River (Redland ditch) Application No. 1739, permit No. 937 for the Irrigation of 195 acres.
    F. V. STEVENSON (Proof 773, Vol. 11) priority July 22, 1911 from Springs, tributary to Applegate River, Application No. 1566, permit No. 866 for the Irrigation of 10 acres.
    FRANCIS M. RATHBUN, Murphy, Ore. (Proofs 783-4, Vol. 11); priority Feb. 10, 1910 from Grays or Grace Creek, Application No. 510, permit No. 294 for the Irrigation of 30 acres and Priority Feb. 19, 1910 from two springs SE¼NW¼, Sec. 32, Tp. 37 S. R. 5 W. W.M., Application No. 525, Permit No. 288 for the Irrigation of 6 acres.
    J. B. HUNTER, Ashland, Ore. (Proof 236, Vol. 4); Priority Dec. 24, 1910 from Tolman Creek (Sunset pipeline) Application No. 1159, permit No. 549 for the Irrigation of 50 acres and Domestic use.
    LESTER LAYTON, Murphy, Ore. Priority Apr. 1, 1915 from Applegate River (New Berryman Ditch) Application No. 4185, permit No. 2398 for the Irrigation of 25 acres.
    ROGUE RIVER PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATION (Successor to H. D. Reed) Priority Mar. 31, 1913, from Rogue River (Savage Rapids) Application No. 2856, permit No. 1622 for 2727 Horsepower.
    ROGUE RIVER PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATION (Successor to Geo. W. Soranson) Priority Mar. 25, 1913, from Rogue River (Rock Point canal); Application No. 2847, permit No. 1868 for 5454 Horsepower.
    ROGUE RIVER PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATION, priority March 2, 1914 from Rogue River (Rogue River Falls); Application No. 3172, permit No. 2038 for 11,989 Horsepower.
    ROGUE RIVER PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATION, Priority June 19, 1912 from Rogue River (Gold Hill and Fauvre canals) Application No. 3025, permit No. 2538 for the Irrigation of 12640 acres.
    ROGUE RIVER PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATION (Successor to Oregon Water and Power Company) Priority Mar. 11, 1910 from Rogue River (canal) Application No. 551, Permit No. E. 44 for 5062 horsepower.
10.
    That the Golden Drift Mining Company, a corporation, J. A. Wharton, Receiver, is entitled to complete a right of appropriation to the waters of Rogue River for mining and power purposes, to the extent of 600 second-feet. The quantity of water which said corporation is entitled to have flow down to its said dam and power plant does not exceed, during the months of August and September 600 second-feet of water. That final proof shall be taken as hereinbefore provided, on the completion of said rights and the application to beneficial use of the waters claimed by said claimant, and the quantity of water required by said claimant at said dam for mining purposes shall be thereby determined; provided, that the quantity of water which said claimant is entitled to for power purposes shall include the quantity to which said claimant is entitled for mining purposes. That said claimant has no right and has established no right to the use of the waters of said river for irrigation purposes. That the right hereby confirmed for power purposes does not confer any right upon said claimant to consume or substantially diminish any of the waters diverted or used therefor, but the right of use is limited to the use of the water and the return thereof to the stream after use substantially undiminished in quantity.
11.
    That the California-Oregon Power Company is entitled to divert and use not to exceed 1560 second-feet of the waters of said Rogue River at its Gold Ray plant during the months of September, October, November, December, January, February, March, April, and May of each year, or such part of said amount of water as the said California-Oregon Power Company needs, requires and actually uses for the development of power at said Gold Ray plant; and not to exceed 1060 second-feet of water during the months of June, July, and August of each year, or such part thereof as the said California-Oregon Power Company needs, requires and actually uses for the development of power at said Gold Ray plant during said months; and at all times not to exceed the quantity of ten second-feet additional of the waters of said stream at its said Gold Ray plant for the purpose of supplying and operating the fish ladders now maintained and operated at its said Gold Ray dam; and all surplus waters over and above the quantity required to supply the needs and requirements of said California-Oregon Power Company at its said Gold Ray plant, or in excess at any time of 1560 second-feet during the months from September 1st to June 1st of each year, and 1060 second-feet during the months of June, July and August of each year, and the additional quantity of ten second-feet at all times for the operation of its said fish
ladders, shall be subject to diversion and use at points above said Gold Ray dam and plant for irrigation, domestic, stock and other beneficial purposes by subsequent appropriators. That the use of the waters of said Rogue River at its said Gold Ray plant by said California-Oregon Power Company confers no right upon said company to consume or substantially diminish the flow of said stream, but that the rights hereby conferred are for the diversion of said waters for the development of power, and the return thereof to the stream below said power plant at its present point of return substantially undiminished in quantity. That the diversion proposed by A. W. Silsby, claimant herein, of the waters of Rogue River under and by virtue of Permit No. 666 issued by the State Engineer of Oregon, and having a priority of January 17, 1910, will not tend in any way to impair or injure the prior rights of said California-Oregon Power Company at its said Gold Ray plant.
    That the rights of appropriation of the Table Rock Ditch Company, a claimant herein, and C. H. Veghte and Elizabeth Bergman, claimants herein, of the waters of said Rogue River to the extent set forth in the tabulated statement herein are prior in time and right to any right,
title or interest in and to said waters of the said California-Oregon Power Company. That the proposed diversion by B. L. Dodge, a claimant herein, under and by virtue of permit issued from the State Engineer's office, will not tend to in any way impair or interfere with any of the prior rights or use of the waters of said stream of the California-Oregon Power Company.
    That the said California-Oregon Power Company, as successor in interest to the Rogue River Electric Company, a corporation, is not entitled to any rights of appropriation claimed within its statement and proof of claim No. 35 in Vol. 1 by virtue of an appropriation attempted to be initiated for the irrigation of certain lands described in the original findings of the State Water Board herein, and the said company has no right to the use of the waters of said river by virtue of said alleged or attempted appropriation for the irrigation of the lands described in said statement and proof of claimant.
12.
    That the California Oregon Power Company, a corporation, has the right to divert and to use not to exceed one hundred fifty (150) second-feet of the waters of the North Fork of Rogue River for its present needs and requirements in the development of power at its Prospect power plant, situated in the West half (W½) of Northwest quarter NW¼) of Section Six (6), Township thirty-three (33) South, Range Three (3) East, Willamette Meridian, in Jackson County, Oregon; and upon the installation of additional unit or units for power development, and the application of the said waters to beneficial use in the development of said power, said company shall be entitled to increase the quantity diverted to a total quantity or amount not exceeding four hundred (400) second-feet. That said appropriation shall be completed during or prior to the year 1920, or within such further time as the State Water Board may, for cause shown, allow, on application made prior to the expiration of the time herein limited. On or after the 1st day of January, 1921, or after the expiration of such further time as the Board shall allow, the Board shall cause proof of the final completion of said right to be taken, and to the extent the same shall have been completed and perfected within the time herein limited, or otherwise allowed as herein set forth, a water right certificate shall be issued to said California Oregon Power Company and the right of said California-Oregon Power Company shall thereupon relate back to the extent thereby confirmed to the date of initiation of said right set forth in the statement of rights herein, to wit: October 8th, 1904. Such quantity of the waters of said stream within the proposed appropriation as herein limited as shall not have thus been applied within the time hereby limited herein shall revert to the public and be subject to use by subsequent appropriators.
12½.
    That in the proof filed by G. H. Carner it is set forth that said claimant derived his right to the use of the waters of Applegate River through the Red Bluff ditch by virtue of a certain deed of right of way, whereby he is entitled for the use of the lands described in the Statement of Rights herein to the use of the waters of the Red Bluff irrigating ditch, as then constructed, from seven o'clock A.M. Saturday, until seven o'clock A.M. Sunday, of each week during the summer months. That said right to water is recognized and acknowledged in the proofs of the several owners of said ditch. That in the distribution of the waters of the Red Bluff ditch the said G. H. Carner shall be entitled under a rotation system among the owners of said ditch to the use of such amount of water for the period aforesaid as may be necessary, not exceeding the equivalent for said period of the amount to which he is found entitled in the tabulated statement in continuous flow; that is, the accumulated quantity which said amount in continuous flow will furnish for the period of time during which he is entitled to utilize water from said ditch.
13.
    That it appears from the proof and evidence offered by T. J. Mackin, J. R. Mackin and Margaret McCaslin (Proof 580, Vol. 9) that the owners of the Alta or Steam Beer ditch taking water from Grave Creek have been using the waters flowing in said ditch in accordance with certain agreements, one of said agreements being of record at page 81 of Vol. 1, Mining Deeds of Josephine County, Oregon, and another of said agreements being of record at pages 38 and 39, of Vol. 8, of Mining Records of said Josephine County. That in the distribution of the waters from said ditch the Water Master should observe the terms and conditions of said agreements, and the distribution among said owners should be made according to said agreements insofar as such distribution shall not conflict or interfere with the rights of other claimants to waters of the stream from which said ditch diverts water.
14.
    That as between the Gold Crest Fruit Company, a corporation, Mary J. Lawrence, R. M. Cook, Thomas Dungey, and the Golden Standard Mining Company, claimants to the waters of Galls Creek, a tributary of Rogue River, the following stipulation and agreement made and entered into by and between said claimants is hereby incorporated in and made a part of this decree, and the rights of said claimants are hereby adjudicated and determined subject to the terms and conditions thereof, to wit:
    "It is hereby stipulated by and between the respective parties hereto that the irrigation season on Galls Creek extends from the first day of May of each year until the first day of October of each year, and that the mining season of said stream extends from the first day of October of each year to the first day of May of the following year;
    "That said irrigation season shall be divided into periods of fourteen (14) days each;
    "That the lands of the claimant, Mrs. S. J. Hays, whose name was filed herein as S. H. Hays, shall be entitled to the full flow of the entire stream of Galls Creek for a period of four consecutive days out of each and every fourteen-day period; that the said waters shall be conducted through the Pfeil ditch and turned down through the stream at or near the end of said Pfeil ditch; that she shall at all times be entitled to use any of the waters of said stream which find their way down said stream and below the lands of any of the other parties hereto;
    "That as between the other parties hereto the ditches and irrigated acreage is as follows:
    "Gold Crest Ditch, owned by the Gold Crest Fruit Company, twenty-five (25) acres;
    "Lawrence Ditch, owned by Mary J. Lawrence, ten (10) acres;
    "R. M. Cook Ditch, owned by R. M. Cook, fifteen (15) acres;
    "Pfeil Ditch, owned by Galls Creek Mining & Development Company, as follows:
    "Thomas Dungey, six (6) acres;
    "R. M. Cook, fifteen (15) acres;
    "Golden Standard Mining Company, two (2) acres;
    "That the balance of each of the fourteen-day periods, after deducting the four days for the lands of Mrs. S. J. Hays, shall be by said Board divided between the said ditches in proportion to the irrigated area under each as above specified;
    "That the State Water Board in their findings and order shall designate a rotation system, whereby each of the parties hereto shall become entitled to the use of all the waters of said stream for the periods aforesaid, to be determined according to the respective irrigated acreage under each ditch; that the board in its regulation of said rotation system shall allow sufficient water to remain in said Pfeil ditch at all times for the protection of said ditch, but the water kept in said ditch for said purpose shall not substantially or materially diminish the quantity of water to which any of the parties hereto are entitled. The purpose of this provision in this stipulation is to protect the Pfeil ditch and flumes as far as possible during the period that the same is not used for irrigation, but such use shall not materially interfere with the use of said waters by any of the said parties hereto. If it shall develop that keeping water in said ditch during the time said ditch is not being used for irrigation purposes materially diminishes the quantity of water herein provided for any of the parties hereto, then the board shall have the right to require all of the waters of said stream to be kept out of said ditch during the periods of time herein provided that none of the parties hereto are entitled to said waters through said ditch for irrigation purposes.
    "That none of the parties to this stipulation, or their successors, shall make use of any of the waters of said stream at any time that will interfere with the rights granted to any of the other parties by this stipulation.
    "Now as to the rights of the Golden Standard Mining Company for irrigation out of the Pfeil ditch, it shall use water for irrigation only during that period of time allotted to the said Pfeil ditch. As between the Golden Standard Mining Company and the other claimants herein out of said Pfeil ditch, the said Golden Standard Mining Company shall, during the period allotted to said Pfeil ditch, be entitled to the use of sufficient water through said Pfeil ditch for the irrigation of said two (2) acres, which are located in the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter of Section 33, Township, 36 South, Range 3 West of the Willamette Meridian.
    "As to the rights of the Golden Standard Mining Company for the use of water for milling purposes, it is stipulated that, as between the parties hereto, said Golden Standard Mining Company shall be entitled to the use of the quantity of water which will run through its three-inch pipe under a six-inch pressure for milling purposes in connection with the mining claims described in the proof of claim of said Golden Standard Mining Company; that while the Golden Standard Mining Company shall be using the water for milling purposes it shall not divert more than enough water from the ditch to fill the three-inch pipe under a six-inch pressure for either milling or irrigation purposes or both.
    "That as to the Galls Creek Mining & Development Company, it shall be entitled to use water for mining purposes according to its claim filed for the mining season between the first day of October and the first day of May of each year on all mining lands now owned by it, but the right of the Galls Creek Mining & Development Company to use said water during said mining season shall be subject to the right of the Golden Standard Mining Company to the use of water for milling as aforesaid.
    "It is stipulated between the Gold Crest Fruit Company, by its attorney, A. E. Reames, and S. H. Duffield and James Burns, that the contestees shall, during the mining season, be entitled to water for mining purposes according to their claim filed herein, but that they shall not be entitled to any water for irrigation except for the irrigation of one (1) acre out of the nine (9) acres claimed by them in their said claim, and that the quantity of water necessary for the irrigation of said one acre shall be determined by the State Water Board.
    "It is further understood and agreed that the various owners of the above-mentioned ditches and those interested in the use of water there through shall install, keep and maintain in good condition throughout the irrigating season suitable headgates in accordance with the requirements of the water master in charge of the distribution of waters on said stream from time to time.''
15.
    That C. E. Selleck, claimant to the waters of Applegate River through the North Side Applegate River Ditch Company ditch, by virtue of the purchase of certain shares of stock from one L. W. McKeel, as set forth in subdivision 2 of paragraph 35 of the findings herein, is not entitled to divert or use any of the waters of said ditch upon the lands of said claimant described in his statement and proof of claim herein, until such time as he shall enlarge or cause to be made an enlargement of said ditch sufficient to convey the water so claimed by virtue of said shares of stock down to said lands and his laterals from said ditch; that the water rights represented by said shares of stock were not intended to, and did not, convey any right of use beyond the west line of the land of said L. W. McKeel to which said water rights were, prior to the transfer thereof to said Selleck, appurtenant; that at all times the water rights claimed by said Selleck as set forth in subdivision 3 of paragraph 35 of the findings of the State Water Board herein, and in his statement and proof of claim, were appurtenant to, and still remain appurtenant to the lands of said James W. Gilmore, as described in said findings, and were not subject to transfer or severance therefrom to the lands of said Selleck described in his said proof of claim herein, and that said Selleck has no right, title or interest in or to the waters represented by the said fourth interest in the shares of stock in said North Side Applegate River Ditch Company as described in said findings. That said Selleck by virtue of the said shares of stock purchased from said McKeel, is entitled to an inchoate and uncompleted right of appropriation through the said North Side ditch, and is entitled to complete and perfect the same within the time limited herein for completion of inchoate rights, and upon the further condition that upon the taking of final proof of the completion of said right that said Selleck, or his successor in interest, shall establish to the satisfaction of the State Water Board that he has complied with the conditions attached to said shares of stock, and has enlarged, or caused to be enlarged, the said ditch sufficiently to convey the waters by him claimed to his said lands, and has contributed his proportionate part of the cost and maintenance of said ditch down to his diversion point; otherwise said Selleck will be deemed to have abandoned any right he may have to the waters of said stream by virtue of the ownership of said shares of stock.
16.
    That J. P. Atkin, claimant to the waters of Applegate River through the Grand Applegate ditch, is entitled to the use of the waters of said river as set forth in the tabulated statement herein, for mining purposes, and incidental power development but is entitled to no rights to the use of the waters of said river for irrigation purposes prior to the year 1909. That the use of said waters for mining and power purposes confer no right upon said J. P. Atkin, his successors and assigns, to substantially diminish the flow of said stream below the present point of return of the waters diverted through said ditch to said stream, nor to change the character of the use to which water has been applied by virtue of the appropriations confirmed in said tabulated statement to irrigation or other purposes. That the extent of said Grand Applegate ditch, and the diversion of the waters of said stream through the same, and the application thereof, and the change of character of use to irrigation purposes by virtue of said appropriations initiated prior to said year 1909, would be to the substantial injury and detriment of subsequent claimants and appropriators of the waters of said stream below the present point of return of the waters diverted through said ditch to said stream.
17.
    That John D. Kerr and Oliver Morrison, claimants to the waters of Slate Creek, a tributary of Applegate Creek, have no right, title or interest in or to the Jones or Lovelace ditch from said Slate Creek, or the use thereof, and that Hannah D. Jones is the exclusive owner of said ditch and water rights appurtenant to her lands, described in the tabulated statement here-

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in, free of any claims of said John D. Kerr and said Oliver Morrison.
18.
    That as between E. J. Davidson, Peter W. Caris, William Meske, W. S. Bailey, and J. W. York, claimants to the waters of Caris Creek, the following stipulation made and entered into herein as set forth in paragraph 37 of the findings of the Board herein, is hereby incorporated in and made a part of this decree, and the rights of said claimants hereby adjudicated and determined in the tabulated statement of rights shall be subject to the terms and conditions thereof, to wit:
    "It is hereby stipulated and agreed by and between the parties hereto, that said three (3) first named parties, to wit: E. J. Davidson, Peter W. Caris, and William Meske, shall have the use of all of the waters of the said stream during the irrigating season of each and every year for the first five (5) days, beginning with Monday of each week thereof, of each week during said irrigation season, and the said last named parties, to wit: W. S. Bailey and J. W. York, during the said first five (5) days of each and every week, shall be entitled to only such waters from the said creek as shall be waste or seepage from the irrigation systems of the three (3) first named parties, and that the said W. S. Bailey and the said J. W. York shall be entitled to all of the waters of the said stream for the last two (2) days of each and every week during the irrigation season of each and every week thereof, to wit: Saturdays and Sundays of each week.
    "And the said three (3) first named parties do hereby expressly agree that, during the irrigation season of each and every year after the date of this stipulation, they will turn down past the intakes of their ditches, and each thereof, all of the waters of the said creek for use by the said W. S. Bailey and the said J. W. York, for the period of two (2) days of each week, to wit: Saturday and Sunday, and that they will in no wise or manner interfere with the said W. S. Bailey or the said J. W. York in their use of the said water of the said stream for beneficial purposes on the lands of the said W. S. Bailey and the said J. W. York, during said two (2) days of each of the said weeks.
    "And the said W. S. Bailey and the said J. W. York do hereby expressly stipulate and agree that they will in no wise or manner [omission] or interfere with the use of all, or any, of the waters of the said stream for irrigation upon the said premises of the said E. J. Davidson, Peter Caris and William Meske (excepting such waste water as shall waste and escape through their said ditches or rise in the channel of the said stream below the intakes of the first named parties' said ditches), for the said five (5) days of each and every of said week during said irrigation season.
    "And the said three (3) first named parties hereby further agree that they will, in the said two (2) days when the waters shall be used by the said two (2) last named parties, close their said ditches on or before seven (7) o'clock in the morning of Saturday of each of said weeks, and will keep them closed continuously until seven (7) o'clock on the Monday morning following, and will permit the said waters of the said stream and all of its tributaries to flow down the said stream uninterruptedly to the ditches of the said two (2) last named parties, to wit: W. S. Bailey and J. W. York.
    "It is understood and agreed by each of the parties hereto that the irrigation season on said creek shall begin on the first Monday in March of each and every year, and shall extend to and including the third Monday in October of each and every year.
    "And the said W. S. Bailey and the said J. W. York, for themselves particularly, hereby stipulate and agree that the said W. S. Bailey shall have the use of all the waters flowing past the intake of the ditches of the said three (3) first named parties in said stream, on Saturday of each and every week, beginning with seven (7) o'clock in the morning and continuing until seven (7) o'clock on Sunday morning, and the said J. W. York shall have all of the waters of said stream, as hereinbefore provided, on Sunday of each week, beginning with (7) o'clock in the morning and continuing until seven (7) o'clock on Monday morning of each week.
    "And the said W. S. Bailey hereby expressly agrees and stipulates that, promptly at seven (7) o'clock on Sunday morning of each and every Sunday during the irrigation season of the year, he will close the intake of his ditch, so that all of the waters flowing in said stream shall flow down uninterruptedly to the said J. W. York, and that he will make no interference with the flow of the same uninterruptedly to the said J. W. York."
19.
    That by non-use for more than ten years, and by abandonment thereof, the Vance Anderson Company, a corporation, claimant to the waters of Poormans Creek, has forfeited and lost whatever rights of appropriation it, or its predecessors, may heretofore have had to the waters of said Poormans Creek, a tributary of Forest Creek.
20.
    That the following named persons, to wit: W. C. Sparks, R. E. Gray, Warren D. Mee, Walter Miller, M. F. Bingham, Lee Harrington, D. A. Wood, J. J. Knutzen, Herbert Elmore, Estate of C. H. Elmore, deceased, Lida and Anderson Mee, Oscar Knox, C. C. Presley, John Bingham, and D. W. Knutzen, are the owners jointly and as tenants in common of that certain ditch and water right known as the Thompson Creek Irrigation Association ditch and water right, as described in the findings herein, and are collectively known herein and referred to as the Thompson Creek Irrigation Association, and are doing business and managing and controlling the operation of said ditch and the use of water therefrom as among themselves under that name and style, and that said Thompson Creek Irrigation Association, and the persons composing the same, are entitled to rights of appropriation of the waters of said O'Brien and Sturgis Forks of said Carberry Fork of Big Applegate River, as of the date of relative priority of 1857, to the extent of 100 inches, or 2½ second-feet, and as of the date of relative priority of 1906, to the extent of 250 inches, or 6¼ second-feet, for the irrigation of the lands hereinafter described as actually irrigated, and for the irrigation of those lands also described and which are to be cleared and irrigated by said claimants. That the claimants named as joint owners and tenants in common of said ditch and
water rights are entitled to the use of so much of the said waters so appropriated as among themselves as their interests appear, respectively, by virtue of the ownership of shares in said association, and their contractual relations as between themselves in respect thereto, and that said appropriations shall be and remain appurtenant to the lands of said claimants, as herein in the tabulated statement described, and that all of the lands not now irrigated by said claimants as herein described shall be cleared and irrigated, and beneficial use of the water made thereon, during the irrigation season of 1919, and proof of the reclamation and irrigation of said lands shall be required of said claimants and taken by the Superintendent of Water Division No. 1 on or after October 1st, 1919, and water right certificates shall be issued according to such proof, and such further investigations as may be required and made by said Superintendent, and according as the interest of each of said claimants in said appropriations, or his successor in interest, may appear.
    That the record and evidence herein is insufficient for a proper determination of the relative rights of said claimants composing said Thompson Creek Irrigation Association, as among themselves, and their respective interests in said ditch and appropriations; but that upon taking final proof as to the completion of said appropriations, as set forth in the preceding paragraph, proof shall also be required of said claimants and taken by said Superintendent respecting their several and respective interests therein, and the quantity of water to which each of said claimants shall be entitled shall be determined from his interest, as so determined, and thereby his proportional part of said 350 inches ascertained, and made appurtenant to his particular tract of land, and water right certificate issued to him accordingly.
21.
    That as between William O. Benjamin, first party, S. B. Pettengill, second party, and Charles H. Bean, Eliza A. Chapman and Dora L. Marshall, third parties, claimants to the waters of Benjamin Gulch or Slagle Creek, tributary of Grave Creek, the rights of said claimants as set forth in the tabulated statement herein are hereby adjudicated and determined subject to the terms and conditions of their stipulation on file herein, which is hereby incorporated in and made a part of this decree, and which stipulation is as follows, to wit:
    "1. That during the irrigating season of each year from twelve o'clock noon on Thursday of each week until twelve o'clock noon of the next succeeding Friday thereafter the party of the first part shall have the use of all the waters of said stream, to which all the parties hereto may be entitled, for use upon his said lands for irrigation purposes.
    "2. That during the irrigating season of each year from twelve o'clock noon on Friday of each week until twelve o'clock noon of the next succeeding Sunday thereafter the party of the second part shall have the use of all the waters of said stream, to which all the parties hereto may be entitled, for use upon his said lands for irrigation purposes.
    "3. That during the irrigating season of each year from twelve o'clock noon on Sunday of each week until twelve o'clock noon of the next succeeding Tuesday thereafter the parties of the third part shall have the use of all the waters of said stream, to which all the parties hereto may be entitled, for use upon their said lands for irrigation purposes.
    "4. That during the irrigating season of each year from twelve o'clock noon on Tuesday of each week until twelve o'clock noon of the next succeeding Wednesday thereafter the party of the second part shall have the use of all the waters of said stream, to which all the parties hereto may be entitled, for use upon his said lands for irrigation purposes.
    "5. That during the irrigating season of each year from twelve o'clock noon on Wednesday of each week until twelve o'clock noon of the next succeeding Thursday thereafter the parties of the third part shall have the use of all the waters of said stream, to which all the parties hereto may be entitled, for use upon their said lands for irrigation purposes.
    "That the full use of all the waters aforesaid shall continue in each of the respective parties hereto during the period aforesaid during the whole of each irrigating season.
    "It is further provided and agreed that the provisions of this agreement may, so far as the same are permissible under the laws of the State of Oregon, be incorporated in any decree of the court that may be hereafter rendered upon the adjudication of the waters of Rogue River and its tributaries, and that the provisions of this agreement shall be deemed to run with the land of each of the parties hereto and to the heirs and successors in title and interest of each of the parties hereto, and to that end the rights hereby fixed and established are granted by each unto the other and unto the heirs, executors, administrators and assigns of each of the parties hereto forever."
22.
    That R. E. Peyton and R. B. Vaughn, claimants to the waters of Tie Camp Creek, shall use the waters of said stream to the extent they are entitled thereto, as between themselves, as provided in their stipulation and agreement on file herein, which is as follows, to wit:
    "Comes now R. E. Peyton and R. B. Vaughn, claimants to the waters of Tie Creek, a tributary of the Rogue River, and stipulate and agree that their respective rights shall be as follows, to wit:
    "1. That the date of relative priority of each of said claimants shall be the year 1892 and that their priority rights are equal.
    "2. That each of said claimants shall have the right to the use of the waters of said stream for stock and domestic purposes and for irrigation of their said lands as the same are described and set forth in their statements and proofs of claim.
    "3. That the use of said water for stock and domestic purposes shall have the preference over the use for irrigation whenever there shall not be sufficient water in said stream to satisfy the rights of the said parties for the irrigation of their said lands.
    "4. That the said parties agree to use the water of the said stream in rotation according to the respective quantities of water required for the irrigation of said lands, each of said parties to have the right to use the water for a length of time proportionate to the quantity of water each is entitled to use for irrigation purposes, it being understood that said claimant, Peyton, has a right to irrigate 6 acres, and said claimant, Vaughn, a right to irrigate 20 acres.''
23.
    That the Butte Falls Lumber Company, a corporation, claimant to the waters of Big Butte Creek, has no right to the use of the waters of said stream for irrigation purposes, and its rights of use are hereby limited to the use of the waters of said stream for power purposes and the return thereof to said stream after use substantially undiminished in quantity.
24.
    That as between the Town of Butte Falls, a municipal corporation, the Pacific and Eastern Railway Company, a corporation, and Butte Falls Lumber Company, a corporation, claimants to the waters of Ginger Creek, a tributary of Big Butte Creek, the rights of said claimants in and to said waters are hereby adjudicated and determined subject to the terms and conditions of their stipulation on file herein, which stipulation is as follows, to wit:
    "1. Each of the parties of the first and second parts hereto shall, as against the other, be entitled to the use of one-half of the waters of said creek.
    "2. Each of said parties of the first and second parts shall, as against the other, have the right to use one-half of the water from the South Fork of said creek and one-half of the water from the east fork of said creek, and each of said first and second parties hereto does covenant and agree with the other that it will not, to the detriment of the other, take at any time more than one-half of the waters in the South Fork of said creek or more than one-half of the waters in the East Fork of said creek.
    "It is mutually covenanted and agreed between the parties hereto that in case of emergency, either party will permit the other to use any of the water of said stream which it may have stored and also as much of the flow of said stream as the necessities of the case require, reserving only for itself so much of the water as will meet its actual and necessary requirements.
    "3. It is mutually agreed between the first and second parties that either party may at any time take from the creek and from either fork thereof so much of the water therein belonging to the other party as said other party shall not at said time use or desire to take from said creek; it being understood and agreed that either party may take its half of the water of said creek and of each fork thereof for the purpose of storing the same to be thereafter used by it.
    "First party agrees not to use any of said water for any other purposes than that of municipal water supply, and the second party agrees not to use any of said water for any other purpose than in connection with the operation of its railroad.
    "5. The party of the first part hereby covenants and agrees that it will in installing any pipe line or equipment for the purpose of utilizing any of the waters of said stream so to install and maintain said work as not to interfere with or injure the present plant and equipment of the second party, and that it will at all times protect said plant and equipment of the second party from any injury caused by it or its agents in the installation or operation of any plant or equipment by the first party.
    "In consideration of the premises and of the agreements herein contained on the party of the first and second parties to be kept and performed, the third party hereby agrees and consents that each of said parties may take so much of the water of said Ginger Creek as they may require for the respective purposes above set forth.
    "In consideration thereof the first and second parties do hereby covenant and agree.
    "1. That they will return to Butte Creek above the dam of the third party any water taken from said Ginger Creek which may not be actually used by them for the purpose aforesaid, this to include any overflow from any reservoir or pipe line which may be constructed by them or either of them.
    "2. That the third party may at any time take and use from any pipe line or reservoir which they or either of them may construct or maintain so much of the water therefrom as may be needed by the third party in the operation of any of its engines or equipment in the logging of its lands in the vicinity of said Ginger Creek, and may use water in case of fire at Mill or Lumber Yard.
    "8. That they will so arrange and protect said creek and any reservoirs, intake or pipe lines used in connection with said water supply that the same shall not in any manner interfere with the logging operations of the third party aforesaid, and that the third party shall have a perpetual right of way over and across said Ginger
Creek and its tributaries, and that the third party shall not be held liable for any damage or injury done to said water supply or said pipe line, reservoir or equipment by reason of its logging operations or of crossing or dragging across said creek or said reservoir, pipe line or intake or other equipment of any of its logs or machinery used in said logging operations."'
25.
    That as between Mary A. Bauten, contestant, and D. J. S. and Floyd Pearce, contestees herein, claimants to the waters of Poormans Creek, a tributary of Forest Creek, the following stipulation is hereby adopted and incorporated in this decree, and the relative rights of said claimants are hereby adjudicated and determined subject to the terms and conditions thereof, as between themselves, to wit:
    "It is hereby stipulated and agreed by the above named contestant, and the above named contestee, that the said contestants shall have the prior right, as against the contestees, to the use of six miner's inches of the waters of Poormans Creek, under a six-inch head, for the purpose of irrigating the four acres of land in the premises described in the application of Henry A. Bauten, the predecessor in interest of the contestant herein, which application is now on file in the office of the Superintendent of Water Division No. 1, of Oregon.
    "The right to the use of said six inches of water, as aforesaid, shall be, and continue during the irrigating season beginning April 1st of each and every year hereafter.
    "And it is further stipulated and agreed that the contestants shall permit any excess of the water of Poormans Creek over and above the said six inches to flow down through Poormans Creek to the lands of the contestee, and that said contestants will not permit any of said six inches of water to run to waste, and shall permit the seepage to also flow back into the waters of Poormans Creek.''
26.
    That as between Will C. Smith and W. G. Smith, claimants to the waters of Wolf Creek, a tributary of Grave Creek, the following stipulation on file herein is hereby adopted and incorporated in this decree, and the relative rights of said claimants are hereby adjudicated and determined subject to the provisions thereof as between themselves, to wit:
    "It is stipulated between the parties hereto that the parties hereto are the prior valid claimants to the use of the waters of Wolf Creek for irrigation purposes.
    "It is further stipulated that both parties hereto may use the waters of Wolf Creek until July 15th of each year.
    "It is further stipulated that after July 15th and up to October 1st of each year Will C. Smith may have the use of all the waters of Wolf Creek for the first four days in each week and W. C. Smith may use all the waters of said creek during said period for the last three days of each week.
    "W. G. Smith, for the consideration of one dollar and mutual agreements, grants to Will C. Smith the right to construct a dam at the present site and perpetually maintain the same, as well as the present ditch and flume across his lands and leading from said dam.
    "It is further stipulated that the State Water Board of the State of Oregon shall enter a decree in accordance with this stipulation and that this consolidated proceeding shall be dismissed.
    "It is understood that as between these two claimants neither claims the prior right to the other, excepting as to the time of the use of the water in rotation during each week."
27.
    That as between Oriole Gold Mining Company, contestant, and H. L. Lewis, H. J. Penney, and H. M. Barsto, claimants to the waters of Rocky Gulch, tributaries of Rogue River, contestees, the following stipulation set forth in the findings of the State Water Board herein is hereby incorporated and adopted in this decree, and the relative rights of said claimants are hereby adjudicated and determined subject to the terms and conditions thereof, as between said claimants, to wit:
    "It is understood that the contest is dismissed with the understanding that the Old Channel Mining Company takes all of the waters of the South Fork or left hand fork of Rocky Gulch, which is a tributary of Rogue River, at the present point of diversion, and that the Lewis Mining Company takes the waters of the North or right hand Fork of Rocky Gulch with its tributaries at the point where they now divert, and that there is no conflict between the two rights.
    "It is understood and stipulated between the contestant by its agent, M. J. Anderson, and contestees, H. L. Lewis, H. J. Penney and H. M. Barsto, appearing by H. L. Lewis that the contestant, Oriole Gold Mining Company, is entitled to the storage of waters of Rocky Gulch in its reservoirs as now constructed and according to the terms of the permits under which said reservoirs were constructed, copies of which have heretofore been filed herein, and it being further understood and agreed that said contestant, the Oriole Gold Mining Company, will not enlarge or increase the capacity of said reservoirs beyond the capacities set forth in said applications for permit without the consent and permission of the contestees, and that said contestees may have the right to use the waters of said gulch through their lower ditch to the extent of the quantity required to supply their claim on file herein and not in excess of the capacity of said lower ditch, now, therefore, based upon this understanding and agreement, said contest, as against said lower ditch, is in all things dismissed.''
28.
    That as between Malinda J. Hawk, contestant, and Laura Abbott and others, heirs at law of William Abbott, deceased, designated in the tabulated statement as the estate of William Abbott, deceased, contestees, claimants to the waters of Clark Creek, a tributary of Big Butte Creek, the following stipulation made and entered into between said claimants and now on file herein in settlement of their conflicting claims, is hereby adopted and incorporated in this decree, and the relative rights of the said claimants are hereby adjudicated and determined herein subject to the terms and conditions thereof, to wit:
    "It is hereby stipulated by and between the Contestant in the above entitled cause and the Contestees therein, and their respective attorneys, that a Final Decree fixing and determining the rights of all parties herein in and to the waters of Clark Creek, a tributary of Butte Creek, a tributary of Rogue River, in Jackson County, Oregon, may be entered herein providing as follows:
    "1. That the Contestant, Malinda J. Hawk, her heirs and assigns, shall be forever entitled to all of the waters of said Clark Creek claimed by her under and by virtue of certain water filings heretofore made by one Ira Wakefield as shown in Volume 10 at page 587 and Volume 11 at Page 107 of the Mining and Water Records of Jackson County, Oregon, as the same appears in the office of the County Recorder in and for said County and State; to which said water rights the said Contestant has succeeded through various conveyances from and through the said Ira Wakefield and his assigns for all general purposes and use upon the following described real property situated and being in the County of Jackson, State of Oregon, to wit:
    "The Southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of Section 7, and the Southwest quarter of Southwest quarter of Section 8, Township 34 South, Range 2 East of the Willamette Meridian, containing eighty (80) acres, more or less, or any other lands adjacent thereto which the Contestant may hereafter acquire or own, excepting the rights in and to said waters to be decreed to the said Contestees, as hereinafter set forth, to wit:
    "2. Said decree shall provide that the said Contestees, their heirs and assigns, shall forever be entitled to the sole and exclusive use of all the natural flow of said stream taken at or above the present point of diversion from 12 o'clock noon each and every Friday until seven o'clock of the next Monday morning, between the 15th day of May and the 1st day of September of each and every year, and shall also be entitled to all the natural flow of said stream so taken on each and every Sunday from the 15th day of April until the 15th day of May and from the first day of September to the first day of October of each and every year, or so much of said water as is reasonably necessary to irrigate any and all the lands of the Contestees, their heirs and assigns, which they may now or at any time hereafter place under cultivation and which are contained in the following described lands, situate, lying and being in Jackson County, Oregon, to wit:
    "The north half of the northwest quarter of Section seventeen, and the northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of Section eighteen, and the south half of the northeast quarter, and the north half of the southeast quarter of Section eighteen, all in Township thirty-four south of Range two east of the Willamette Meridian, containing in all two hundred and eighty acres, according to the Government Survey, or any other lands adjacent thereto which the Contestees may hereafter acquire or own. 
    "3. It being understood, however, that the contestees shall permit enough water to go down the present ditch to properly keep wet the bulkhead and pipe line of the Contestant. And provided further that the Contestees, their heirs and assigns shall be permitted to so take said water from the present ditch upon said premises at a point about fifteen (15) feet west of the south end of said ditch where said ditch turns from the generally north and south direction to a generally east and westerly direction.
    "4. The Contestees shall also have a free right of way for the building of a lateral from said point of diversion from said ditch to their land above described across the premises of the Contestant.
    "5. Said Decree shall further require the Contestant to assume two-thirds of the burden and expense of forever maintaining and keeping in repair said ditch from the point of diversion to the point from which the Contestees take out their lateral as above provided, and shall require the Contestees to forever bear the remaining one-third of the burden and expense incident to such upkeep."
    It was further stipulated as between the parties to the above stipulation in open Court, as follows, which said stipulation is hereby adopted and incorporated in this decree and the relative rights of the said claimants are hereby adjudicated and determined herein subject to the terms and conditions thereof, to wit:
    "It is stipulated in open Court that the date of priority of the Contestant, Malinda J. Hawk, and the Contestees, Laura Abbott, et al., shall be equal. It is further stipulated that the contestant may file an amended statement of claim to embrace such additional lands as he may see fit, and that the Board may grant on the lands which have never been irrigated an inchoate right, with such time to complete actual beneficial use of water on such lands as shall be reasonable.''
29.
    That as between D. W. Pence and G. H. Storm, claimants to the waters of Elk Creek, a tributary of Rogue River, the following stipulation is hereby adopted and incorporated in this decree, and the relative rights of said claimants are hereby adjudicated and determined herein subject to the terms and conditions thereof, to wit:
    "Now at this time, the same being the time heretofore fixed for the hearing of the exceptions and objections of D. W. Pence to the Findings of Fact and Order of Determination of the State Water Board of Oregon, comes D. W. Pence by his attorneys, Charles Prim and H. K. Hanna, and G. H. Storm appearing in propria persona and stipulate and agree as follows in reference to their use of the waters of the West Fork of Elk Creek:
    "It is hereby stipulated and agreed by and between the said D. W. Pence and the said G. H. Storm that there is no priority between them as to the use of the waters of the West Fork of Elk Creek in Jackson County, State of Oregon, and that the date of their diversion and appropriation of said waters is 1886.
    "It is hereby further stipulated and agreed by and between the said D. W. Pence and the said G. H. Storm that each and every season while the waters of said West Fork of Elk Creek are sufficient for the use of each of said parties through their separate ditches they and each of them may use and divert said waters through their respective separate ditches and through which ditches they are now using the same, but during each season when the waters of the said creek become insufficient for such diversion by separate ditches, which season usually begins July 1st of each year, then the waters of said creek shall and must be used by said parties through and out of the D. W. Pence ditch of 1901.
    "It is hereby further stipulated and agreed by and between said parties that during the dry season of each year all the waters of the said West Fork of Elk Creek is required for the proper and necessary irrigation of the respective properties of said parties and of one Peter Joe Hanson who is entitled to six days use of said water every month as per contract between said parties.
    "It is hereby further stipulated and agreed by and between the parties that during the dry season beginning July first of each year they shall rotate in the use of all the waters of said West Fork of Elk Creek in time and manner as follows, to wit:
    "That the said G. H. Storm shall commence the irrigation of his land with all the waters of said creek on the 1st day of July of each and every year and shall have the right to continue such use for thirteen (13) consecutive days; that the said D. W. Pence shall commence the irrigation of his land with all the waters of said creek on the 14th day of July of each and every year and shall have the right to continue such use for seventeen (17) consecutive days; that the said G. H. Storm out of the time allotted to him for irrigation during each rotation period shall allow Peter Joe Hanson three (3) days use of the water for the irrigation of his property; that the said D. W. Pence out of the time allotted to him for irrigation during each rotation period shall likewise allow Peter Joe Hanson three (3) days use of the water for the irrigation of his property; and the aforesaid rotation shall continue for each and every month thereafter during each year and during the dry season of each year.
    "It is hereby further stipulated by and between the parties hereto that the said G. H. Storm shall have the right to tap the said D. W. Pence ditch with a ¾-inch pipe for domestic purposes.
    "It is hereby further stipulated and agreed by and between the parties hereto that at all times that the said G. H. Storm is irrigating his lands through the D. W. Pence ditch he shall allow to flow through said ditch down to the D. W. Pence premises sufficient water at all times to supply his stock.
    "It is further stipulated and agreed by and between the parties hereto that this agreement, all its terms and conditions, shall apply with equal force to the heirs and assigns of said respective parties."
30.
    That as between T. Ralph Pittock, owner of the lands and water rights designated in the findings of the Board as owned by Estate of John Johnson, deceased, of the one part, and Anna Walter, of the other part, claimants to the waters of Humbug Creek, a tributary of Applegate River, the following stipulation made by and between said claimants is hereby adopted and incorporated in this decree, and the relative rights of said claimants are hereby adjudicated and determined subject to the terms and conditions thereof, to wit:
    "It is hereby stipulated by and between T. Ralph Pittock, the present owner of that certain ranch designated and determined in the findings of the State Water Board of Oregon in the matter of the determination of the relative rights to the use of the waters of Humbug Creek as the Estate of John Johnson, deceased, and Anna Walter representing and owning the lands formerly owned by George Walter, now deceased, and situate in Sections 35 and 35 in Township 37 South Range 4 West of Willamette Meridian, and Section Two, in Township Thirty-eight (38) South, Range Four (4) West of Willamette Meridian, that said Walter land shall have as against T. Ralph Pittock, his successors and assigns, the irrevocable first right to use the natural flow of the waters of Humbug Creek, for the purpose of irrigation on said lands, the owner of said Walter lands to make such use of the said waters that the seepage waters after such irrigation may find their way back into Humbug Creek and for application for irrigation by said T. Ralph Pittock, as can conveniently be done. The owners of the said Walter land to have the first right to use said waters for the purpose of irrigating the lands now irrigated by them at all times, the same to be taken out of Humbug Creek at the present point of diversion.
    "This stipulation to be filed with the State Water Board, and the State Water Board to find and decree according to this stipulation."
31.
    That as between W. H. Flanagan and S. J. Taylor, successor in interest to J. W. Fitzpatrick, claimants to the waters of Shan Creek, the following stipulation heretofore made and entered into by and between said claimants, and filed herein, in adjustment of their conflicting claims to said waters, is hereby adopted and incorporated in this decree, and the relative rights of said claimants are hereby adjudicated and determined herein subject to the terms and provisions thereof, to wit:
    "It is hereby stipulated by and between W. H. Flanagan, by his attorney of record, A. C. Hough, of Grants Pass, Oregon, and S. J. Taylor, otherwise known as Jud Taylor, in person and by and through his attorney J. N. Johnston, of Grants Pass, Oregon.
    "WHEREAS, heretofore and within the time allowed by law W. H. Flanagan filed in the above entitled court and cause exceptions to the findings of fact and order of determination of the Oregon State Water Board, insofar as said findings of fact and order of determination relate to the waters of Rogue River and its tributaries in Josephine County, Oregon, and to the findings and award made by said Oregon State Water Board to S. J. Taylor; otherwise known as Jud Taylor, as the successor in right, title and interest of J. W. Fitzpatrick as to the right to the use of said seven-tenths (7/10) of a cubic foot per second of the waters of Shan Creek, under Proof 501 of Volume 8 Records of the Oregon State Water Board, through what is known as the Bybee ditch, with the right to irrigate sixteen (16) acres in the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter, and 19 acres in the Southeast quarter of the SE¼ of Section 10, Township 36 South, Range 7 West; and
    "WHEREAS, the parties hereto have reached a mutual settlement and agreement as to the relative rights of the said W. H. Flanagan and the said J. W. Fitzpatrick and S. J. Taylor, otherwise known as Jud Taylor.
    "NOW THEREFORE, IT IS STIPULATED AND AGREED by and between the parties hereto that the findings of fact and order of determination of the Oregon State Water Board, as to the water right and priority for the use thereof to J. W. Fitzpatrick and his successor, S. J. Taylor, otherwise known as Jud Taylor, amounting to .7 of a cubic second-foot, with date of priority 1896, out of what is known as Shan Creek, a tributary of Rogue River, for the irrigation of thirty-five (35) acres above described, is not herein or hereby questioned by the said exceptor, W. H. Flanagan.
    "IT IS FURTHER STIPULATED AND AGREED that J. W. Fitzpatrick and S. J. Taylor do not have nor claim any right, title or interest in or to what is known as the Bybee ditch or the right to the use thereof, and that the findings and order of determination of the Oregon State Water Board may be modified in accordance with this stipulation.
    "IT IS FURTHER STIPULATED that the said Bybee ditch is the property of the said W. H. Flanagan, and as to the use thereof by the said S. J. Taylor the same may be in accordance with any contract or agreement hereafter entered into between said W. H. Flanagan and the said S. J. Taylor."
32.
    That C. E. Forsythe, as successor in interest to the heirs of William and Ruth Ruble, deceased, claimant to the waters of Coyote Creek and its several tributaries, and Boulder and Clark Creeks, tributaries of Grave Creek, should be and hereby is allowed the right to use the waters of said stream and its tributaries for mining purposes during the period each year commencing October first, and terminating August first, subject during that part of the irrigation season from June first of each year to August first to the rights herein adjudicated of the various claimants to the waters of said stream and its tributaries, for irrigation, stock and domestic purposes; that the right of said C. E. Forsythe to use said waters for mining purposes during that part of the irrigation season of each year from June first to August first shall attach only, and is hereby allowed in respect, to surplus waters over and above the quantities required and necessary for the use of said irrigation appropriators for stock, domestic and irrigation purposes, and only when there are such surplus waters available.
33.
    That as against Malcolm MacDonald, W. N. Hiatt, and Gustav Poyer, the defendants in those certain suits described in paragraph 30 of the original findings of the Board herein, by virtue of the decrees therein described, the plaintiffs in said suits, Clara S. Birdseye and Edward N. Tilton, are entitled to a first right to the use of all the waters flowing in Birdseye Creek, a tributary of Rogue River, when said volume of water flowing in said creek between the 15th of April and the 15th of October of each year is needed and necessary for the irrigation of the lands of said plaintiffs described in the tabulated statement herein; that the quantity of water as required for the irrigation of said plaintiffs' lands and necessary therefor does not exceed the quantity set forth in said tabulated statement.
34.
    That George W. Weeks, a claimant to the waters of Elk Creek, through the Johnson Bros. ditch, shall be required to contribute his proportionate share of the work and expense necessary for the proper maintenance and operation of said ditch or for the construction of suitable headgates or measuring devices at the point of diversion. The proportion which said George W. Weeks shall be required to so contribute shall be determined by the proportion that the amount of water he is entitled to divert bears to the whole amount of water that said Weeks and Norman T. McDonald are jointly entitled to divert through said ditch.
35.
    That any use by John D. Kerr or Oliver Morrison of the waters flowing in the Jones or Lovelace ditch, from Slate Creek--a tributary of Applegate River--is and shall be at all times subject to the permission of Hannah D. Jones, the owner of said ditch, to divert said waters, and said Hannah D. Jones is the exclusive owner of said ditch and water rights appurtenant to her lands free of any claim or right of said John D. Kerr or Oliver Morrison, and superior and paramount to any such claim or right.
36.
    That the irrigation season commences subsequent to the 1st of April of each year, and terminates before the 1st of November of each year, and the use of the waters herein involved for irrigation purposes is hereby confined to said season. That the right to the use of water for domestic and stock purposes continues throughout the year but during the irrigation season the waters diverted for irrigation purposes shall include the waters diverted for domestic and stock purposes.
37.
    That the appropriations of the following claimants to the waters of Neil Creek, a tributary of Bear Creek, are prior in time and right to any right or claim thereto of F. E. Furry and A. J. Weeks claiming the waters of Bear Creek through the Phoenix Mill ditch, or Carolita Furry, J. M. Rader and Louie Colver or any of them, so far as the waters of said Neil Creek, a tributary of said Bear Creek, are concerned; and to any right or claim thereto of John Arnold, Eugenia F. Jackson, C. F. Arant and C. B. Lambkin, or either of them, for power, irrigation, domestic, or any other purpose or use whatsoever, to wit: C. E. Owen, Augusta Neil, Phoebe M. Smith, M. P. True, John W. Wells and the heirs of Giles Wells, deceased, through the Wells-Walker-True ditch, described in the findings herein; Geo. W. Dunn, James Barrett, Daniel Chapman, J. P. Dodge and A. W. Thomas, through the Hill ditch, described in the findings herein; and W. R. Kincaid, through the Lower Kincaid ditch, described in said findings; said ditches diverting the waters of said Neil Creek.
    That said contestants and claimants to the waters of said Neil Creek last above mentioned through said ditches, and W. R. Kincaid, through the Casey or Upper Kincaid ditch, and R. C. Avent and Jackson Gyger, through the West Side Neil ditch (said ditches diverting the waters of said Neil Creek) have, by prescription and adverse user, acquired a prior and superior right and title to the use of the waters of said Neil Creek in the quantities confirmed unto each of said claimants and for the beneficial uses described in the tabulated statement herein, as against any rights or claim of right to the use of said waters of said Neil Creek as a tributary of said Bear Creek by John Arnold, F. E. Furry and A. J. Weeks, or either or any of them, through either said Eagle Mills ditch or said Phoenix Mills ditch for power purposes.
    That J. J. Murphy, claimant to the waters of Walker and Cove creeks, tributaries of Bear Creek, as against any claims or rights thereto of either said John Arnold, through said Eagle Mills ditch, or F. E. Furry and A. J. Weeks, or either of them, through said Phoenix Mills ditch for power or irrigation purposes; or said Eugenia F. Jackson, C. B. Lambkin, or C. F. Arant, for irrigation and domestic purposes, has acquired a prescriptive right and title to the use of the waters of said Walker and Cove creeks to the extent and in the amount set forth in the tabulated statement herein for the purposes therein specified; and that the appropriations of said Murphy of the waters of said Walker Creek and Cove Creek are prior in time and right to any rights or claims of either said Eugenia F. Jackson, C. B. Lambkin, C. F. Arant, or John Arnold through said Eagle Mills ditch.
    That the City of Ashland, a municipal corporation, has acquired rights of appropriation and use of the waters of Ashland Creek, a tributary of said Bear Creek, prior and superior in right and time to any right or claim thereto of said John Arnold, Eugenia F. Jackson, C. F. Arant, C. B. Lambkin (through said Eagle Mills ditch), F. E. Furry, A. J. Weeks, Louie Colver, J. M. Rader, Carolita Furry, or the town of Phoenix, for irrigation or domestic purposes, and has by adverse use acquired a prescriptive right and title to the use of the waters of said Ashland Creek to the extent of 500 inches thereof, as against each and every of said claimants and contestees last named, for either power, irrigation, domestic, or any other use or purpose whatsoever. That the rights of appropriation and use of said contestees John Arnold, Eugenia F. Jackson, C. F. Arant, C. B. Lambkin, F. E. Furry, A. J. Weeks, Louis Colver, Carolita Furry and J. M. Rader are subordinate and inferior in right to the rights of the said City of Ashland to the use of the waters of said Ashland Creek. That the said Town of Phoenix has no right whatsoever in or to the use of the waters of said Bear Creek, or any of its tributaries.
38.
    That as between the claimants diverting water through the Wells-Walker-True ditch, the Walker ditch, the Taylor ditch, the Lower Kincaid ditch, the West Side Neil ditch, and the Hill ditch, diverting the waters of Neil Creek, a tributary of said Bear Creek, the same being the six ditches mentioned in the agreement referred to in the findings herein, the combined appropriations of the several claimants as set forth in the tabulated statement herein should be divided equally and in proportion to the area irrigated under each ditch, and the waters used in rotation, that is to say, that all of the waters of said Neil Creek coming to the head of the highest of said ditches, to wit: The Hill ditch, to an amount sufficient to satisfy the combined appropriations through said ditches as set forth in said tabulated statement, shall be divided among said ditches in rotation, and in cases of agreement among said appropriators as to the manner, time and method of rotation in the use of water, so far as the same does not interfere with the prior rights of use, the water master shall distribute the water in accordance with said agreement, provided the same shall be in writing and filed with him, and in the absence of such agreement the said water master shall arrange said ditches into a group or groups, or system of rotation, according to the general plan of rotation hereinafter provided for, and the rotation among said ditches shall be made according to said general provision.
    That nothing in this decree, or in the findings, herein, shall be construed to be a limitation upon the rights of the various owners of said Houck-Dunn-Homes ditch, from said Neil Creek, reducing the quantity of water to which they are jointly entitled through said ditch under and by virtue of said decrees mentioned in said findings, and so long as said owners of said ditch shall maintain at the head thereof a flume in accordance with the provisions of said decrees, and shall comply with said decrees, in every particular, the rights to divert through said ditch the quantity of water specified in said decrees, and in the manner therein provided, is hereby recognized and confirmed; and the quantity to which said claimants are entitled as a prior right shall be measured accordingly in the distribution of water among the several ditches. That after the prior rights of said Houck-Dunn-Homes ditch and those entitled to the use of the water through the same are satisfied, and the rights of the said six ditches above mentioned have been satisfied as set forth in the tabulated statement herein, the water master shall distribute the water to the remaining ditches in the order of their respective priorities, or in rotation.
39.
    That as against the City of Ashland, H. B. and L. B. Sander, and W. G. and Leo Sander, as to the rights claimed by them through the Meyer ditch and the Sander ditch, diverting the waters of Ashland Creek (a tributary of Bear Creek), below the septic tank of said city, shall be entitled to no right or interest in or to the waters of said Ashland Creek, and said claimants through said Sander and Meyer ditches may at all times divert and use, as against said city, the waters returned to said stream from said septic tank, or discharged therefrom by said city.
    That so long as there is sufficient water flowing from said septic tank to supply said Sander and Meyer ditches with the quantity to which each thereof is entitled, said claimants through said ditches shall not be entitled to claim the right to any of the waters of Ashland Creek at points above by virtue of priority of appropriation, as against the various ditches and claimants diverting the waters of said stream above said Sander and Meyer ditches.
    That the Oregon and California Railroad Company, a corporation, the Southern Pacific Company, lessee, in the diversion and use of the quantity of water from said Ashland Creek to which it is herein decreed to be entitled, shall at its own proper cost install, maintain and operate an automatic shut-off or other device which will effectually prevent any water running to waste from the present tank now located on the railroad depot in said City of Ashland, or any other tank of like dimensions which may hereafter be constructed.
    That as against the Ashland Iron Works, a corporation claimant herein, the City of Ashland shall be entitled to divert and use all of the waters of Ashland Creek, up to the full amount of its combined appropriations and water rights, and such future rights of use as it may acquire hereafter, whenever during low stages of said stream the said City of Ashland may require the use of the waters of said Ashland Creek for use through the water system of said city, provided that said City shall use reasonable care to avoid unnecessary waste of said water.
    That the appropriation and right of Ashland Ice and Storage Company, a corporation, claimant herein, is limited to a use of such surplus waters as there may be in said Ashland Creek, as against all ditches and claimants hereinbefore named having prior rights of appropriation, and when the rights of said prior appropriators shall have been satisfied, and after use by said Ashland Ice and Storage Company, the water diverted by it shall be returned to the stream at substantially the same point as now and in the past returned, without any substantial or material diminution or loss of any said water by reason of said use, and without interference with said prior vested rights.
    That the right of the City of Ashland to divert and use the waters of said Ashland Creek for power purposes, as set forth in the tabulated statement herein, is subject to the limitation that such diversion and use shall not result in substantial diminution of the flow of said stream below the point where the waters used for said purposes by said city are discharged back into said stream after such use, and that such point of return to said stream shall be at all times above the head or point of diversion of the present pipe line of the Ashland Ice and Storage Company, and the heads of the various ditches of the claimants herein diverting the waters of said stream below said point where said pipe diverts water from said stream. But nothing herein contained shall be construed as a limitation upon the right of said city to divert a portion of the waters so used into its city water system for municipal, domestic and irrigation purposes, and to consume the waters so diverted, to the extent of the quantity to which said city is entitled for such uses, as hereinbefore set forth.
    That the use of the waters of said Ashland Creek by said Ashland Iron Works shall be subject to the limitation that after the use of the water for power purposes, said water shall be discharged back into said stream without substantial loss or diminution, above the head of the highest of the ditches of the various claimants herein, at present diverting the waters of said stream below the point where said Ashland Iron Works at present discharges said waters after said use into said stream.
40.
    That as between George A. Morse, N. D. Brophy, Della M. Roper and Hannah E. Robison and Mary A. Bailey, to the extent of the amount of their combined appropriations, continuous flow, as set forth in the preceding statement of rights for the irrigation of their respective lands to be used in rotation, said claimants have the first right to the waters of Anderson Creek, and for the aggregate quantity of water represented by their combined appropriations, flowing down the channel of said stream, to their said ditches. That as between said claimants, the following stipulation, heretofore made in this proceeding by and between said claimants, is hereby adopted and incorporated herein as a part of this decree and the relative rights of said claimants are hereby adjudicated and determined herein, subject to the provisions hereof. Said stipulation being as follows, to wit:
    "That Mary A. Bailey shall begin to use the waters for irrigation through the Hurley and Baldwin ditches at 6 o'clock A.M. of the first Monday in May of each year, and continue to use the full flow of water at the head of said ditch, which shall be decreed to all of the parties to this stipulation, until 5 o'clock P.M. of said day, at which time the entire flow of said stream shall be turned back into the stream and the headgate in said ditches shall be closed until 6 o'clock A.M. on the following Monday, when the said Mary A. Bailey shall be entitled to the use of the entire flow for the same period of said week, and so on during the irrigation season.
    "That beginning with 5 o'clock P.M. on the first Monday of May of each year and each Monday thereafter, during the irrigation season and at 5 o'clock P.M. on each succeeding Monday during the said irrigation season the owners of the Baldwin and Howell ditches shall be entitled to use, through said ditches, the entire quantity of water so decreed to all of the parties hereto for a period of twenty hours and twenty minutes, at the end of which time the waters in said ditches shall be returned to said stream and the headgates thereof closed and shall remain closed until 5 o'clock P.M. of the following Monday, and that so long as the ownership of the said ditches shall remain the same the owners of said ditches shall have the right to use said quantity of water for said period, or any portion of said water through said Howell ditch.
    "That beginning at the time of the closing of the headgate of said Baldwin ditch and the headgate of the said Hurley ditch, the owners of the Burns ditch shall be entitled to the use of the full flow of the waters so adjudicated to the parties hereto through said Burns ditch, for a period of twenty hours and twenty minutes, at the end of which period the headgate of said ditch shall be closed and the water returned to said stream, and the headgate shall remain closed until a time in the succeeding week corresponding to the time when such irrigation had begun, and such irrigation for such period shall continue through the irrigating season.
    "That beginning with the closing of the said Burns ditch, the owners of the Robison ditch and of the Della M. Roper and Hannah E. Robison interests in the Farmers ditch shall be entitled to use, through either or both of said ditches, the full quantity of water decreed to all of the parties to this stipulation for the period of twenty hours and twenty minutes, at the end of which time no water shall be diverted into either of said ditches from Anderson Creek for the irrigation of the said Della M. Roper and Hannah E. Robison lands until a time in the succeeding week corresponding to the time hereinbefore specified for the first irrigation week and thereafter such irrigation shall continue throughout each succeeding irrigating season.
    "That beginning at a time when the irrigating of the Della M. Roper and Hannah E. Robison lands shall cease, as above provided, George A. Morse shall be entitled to the use, through the Farmers ditch, and the main channel of Anderson Creek, of the full quantity of water decreed by the Board to all of the parties to this stipulation, for a period of four days, beginning at 6 o'clock on Thursday morning on the first week of the irrigating season, and thereafter for a like period each week of each irrigating season shall be entitled to use said quantity of water.
    "And, whereas, the said George A. Morse, Della M. Roper and Hannah E. Robison are entitled to the use of certain of the waters of Wagner Creek through the said Farmers ditch, as decreed in the final decree of Davis et al. vs. Chamberlain, et al., and, whereas, this stipulation contemplates that the final decree herein shall determine the quantity of water per acre necessary and required by the various parties hereto, and whereas, it is contemplated by the said parties that the water master shall be in control of the regulation and use of the waters of Anderson Creek and of Wagner Creek under the final decree herein, that said water master shall obtain from Wagner Creek, through said Farmers ditch, the full quantity of water to which said Della M. Roper, Hannah E. Robison and George A. Morse shall be entitled to under said final decree in said suit of Davis et al. vs. Chamberlain, et al., and that when by the use of such waters from Wagner Creek the Della M. Roper, Hannah E. Robison and George A. Morse lands shall receive the quantity of water so decreed by the Board as necessary for the irrigation of said lands that the said Della M. Roper, Hannah E. Robison, George A. Morse, or their successors, shall not during that period require the parties to this stipulation, and who are users of the waters of Anderson Creek above the said Della M. Roper and Hannah E. Robison lands, to desist in the use of the waters of Anderson Creek.
    "Nothing in this stipulation shall be decreed to diminish the quantity of water which either the George A. Morse, Della M. Roper or Hannah E. Robison lands shall be entitled to, but the purpose of this last provision is to require the water master to obtain for the George A. Morse, Della M. Roper and Hannah E. Robison lands from Wagner Creek the full quantity of water to which said lands are entitled under the Davis et al., vs. Chamberlain et al. decree.
    "That if any controversy shall arise as to whether the Della M. Roper, Hannah E. Robison and George A. Morse lands are getting sufficient of the waters of Wagner Creek through the Farmers ditch this matter shall be referred to and determined by such water master.
    "That this stipulation as to the use of the waters of Anderson Creek, through the claimant's several ditches, applies to the use of the water for irrigation and domestic purposes during the periods specified herein upon the several tracts of land described as irrigated lands in the  respective proofs of claims filed herein, by the parties to this stipulation; providing that Della M. Roper and Hannah E. Robison may use the water from Anderson Creek at all times for domestic purposes as they now use it; provided such use does not in any way diminish the flow of the stream substantially; but such domestic use shall not diminish the quantity of water to which the parties to this stipulation are entitled hereunder, nor prevent them taking the entire flow at the time specified herein.
    "That whatever waters have been reserved from the lands of the predecessors in interest of George A. Morse in any of the lands of the parties to this proceeding, and who are not parties to this stipulation, are included in the waters which the parties have herein stipulated for the division of, and that the stipulation for rotation and the use of all the waters of Anderson Creek applies to all of the waters which any or all of the parties to this stipulation shall obtain decree for.
    "This stipulation, as to rotation, does not provide for a division among the Anderson Creek users of any of the waters of Wagner Creek, but those are determined and to be determined by the decree in the suit of Davis et al. vs. Chamberlain, et al., hereinbefore mentioned."
41.
    That as between J. J. Murphy, on the one part, and E. V. Kellogg and A. W. Silsby, partners and co-owners, on the other part, claimants to the waters of Cove Creek, a tributary of Walker Creek, which is a tributary of Bear Creek, it is determined that said Kellogg and Silsby shall have the first right to the use of the waters of the North Fork of said Cove Creek, to the extent of the quantity to which they are herein determined to be entitled, as against said Murphy up to the 1st day of July of each year; and after and subsequent to the 1st day of July of each year and to the termination of the irrigation season, shall permit at least one-half of the flow of said creek to pass the head of their said ditch for the use of said Murphy; but in the event such course is more practicable and beneficial, and a greater economy in the use of water is thereby obtained, the water master shall cause said claimants to rotate in the use of the waters of said stream, first giving to said Silsby and Kellogg for use through their said ditches the entire quantity of water to which said claimants and the said Murphy are entitled, or the entire flow of said stream when less or not more than said entire quantity for one-half of the time required to make rotation, and thereafter for one-half of the time permitting said Murphy to have the use of said entire quantity, and unless otherwise agreed upon, the period for rotation shall be one week, the said claimants Silsby and Kellogg to have the use of said entire quantity for the first half of each week, and said Murphy for the remaining half of each week throughout the irrigation season.
42.
    That T. E. Scantlin has no right, title or interest in or to the use of the waters of Wagner Creek, either through the Farmers ditch, or otherwise, and that the owners of said Farmers ditch and water right are as set forth in the findings in said suit of Davis vs. Chamberlain hereinbefore referred to. That said Scantlin, as successor in interest to said George Dewey, is barred and stopped by virtue of said decree in said suit from claiming or asserting any rights to the waters of said Wagner Creek, either through said Farmers ditch or otherwise.
    That the rights of the various claimants to the waters of Wagner Creek, a tributary of Bear Creek, hereby confirmed shall be, and the same are, as decreed in that certain decree in that certain suit wherein Allen Davis and others were plaintiffs, and H. M. Chamberlain and others were defendants, referred to in the findings herein, and said decree is hereby adopted, and by reference herein, incorporated as a part of this order of determination; and the use and distribution of said Wagner Creek and its tributaries among the claimants thereto shall be made in accordance with the provisions of said decree, as among the parties to said suit and decree, and their successors in interest. That the water right certificates issued to claimants herein, parties to said suit, or whose predecessors in interest were parties thereto, and involving the waters of said Wagner Creek, shall be subject to the terms and conditions of said decree.
43.
    That by nonuse for more than ten years preceding these proceedings, Ed Boling and N. Hosmer,their successors, heirs and assigns, have lost and abandoned the right to divert and use any of the waters of the Left Hand Fork of the Right Hand Fork of Foots Creek, a tributary of Rogue River, or the Middle Fork of the Right Hand Fork of said Foots Creek, which flows into said Left Hand Fork of said Right Hand Fork of said Foots Creek, at any point or place beyond or outside the watershed of said Right Hand Fork, and particularly upon the said mining lands situate on the Middle Fork of said Foots Creek and described in the findings herein, through the Glenn ditch described in said findings, or otherwise. That the proposed change in place of use from the watershed of said Right Hand Fork to the watershed of said Middle Fork would work irreparable injury to, and be to the substantial detriment of the rights of use of George and Marion Lance, claimants to the use of said waters, whose rights are tabulated herein. That since said George and Marion Lance have had the use of the waters of said Right Hand Fork and its upper tributaries without substantial interference by said Ed Boling and N. Hosmer, or their predecessors in interest, for more than thirty years past, and at all times during said period said Ed Boling and N. Hosmer, and their predecessors in interest, have so used said waters above the said lands of said George and Marion Lance as described in the tabulated statement herein, as not to interfere with or prevent the use thereof by said George and Marion Lance, and their predecessors in interest, and since the use of all of said parties of said waters during all of said times has been harmonious and without injury to, or molestation of the rights of any other of said parties, and this condition having prevailed for so many years, and said George and Marion Lance, and their predecessors in interest, having had the uninterrupted, continuous and peaceable use and enjoyment of said waters under a claim of right, it appears to the Court that the claim of said Boling and Hosmer to change the place of use of said waters to said Middle Fork of Foots Creek, and thereby disturb the settled conditions which have so long prevailed upon said Right Hand of Foots Creek, is too stale to be considered in equity. Said claim is therefore disregarded and disallowed, and the right so claimed is considered abandoned.
44.
    That as between H. S. Lynch, F. W. Combs and John Kent, the following stipulation heretofore made in this proceeding by and between said claimants is hereby adopted and incorporated in this decree and the relative rights of said claimants are hereby adjudicated and determined herein, subject to the provisions thereof, to wit: 
    "It is hereby stipulated and agreed between the parties hereto, that of the 32 inches of water decreed by the Supreme Court, of the State of Oregon, as belonging to the said three tracts of land, John Kent and his successors in interest shall have the entire use thereof, for one day; that F. W. Combs and his successor in interest shall next have the use of the entire 32 inches for a period of 2½ days; and that Harry S. Lynch and his successor in interest shall next have the use of the entire 32 inches for 7½ days, said use in each case, is to be confined to the irrigation of the lands of the respective parties, as found and decreed in the cause aforesaid.
    "WHEREFORE, the Board of Control in this proceedings is authorized and instructed to find and determine the respective rights of said claims, in accordance herewith, and the Circuit Court having jurisdiction in this matter, may enter a decree according to this stipulation and agreement."'
45.
    That as between Frank Kerby, Wm. Kerby, Harry S. Lynch and T. A. Lynch, claimants to the waters of Yank Gulch, the following stipulation heretofore made in this proceeding herein by and between said claimants is hereby adopted and incorporated in this decree and the relative rights of said claimants to said waters of Yank Gulch are hereby adjudicated and determined herein, subject to the provisions thereof, to wit:
    Comes now Frank Kerby, William Kerby, in person and Harry S. Lynch, in person, and for and on behalf and as his attorney in fact, for T. H. Lynch and by and through attorney W. J. Moore, and having heretofore appeared in this proceeding and submitted statements and proof of claim as to the waters of the above named stream, now stipulate and agree as to their relative rights, the use and rights of the above named stream as follows, to wit:
    "First: That each of said claimants shall be and is entitled to an undivided one-fourth interest in that certain ditch known as the Yank Gulch ditch, or Kerby or Lynch ditch, diverting the waters of the above named stream.
    "Second: That said claimants shall be and are entitled to divert and use forty inches, miner's measure or one second-foot, jointly, into the head of said ditch, and that each of said claimants is entitled to the use of an undivided one-fourth interest of the waters so diverted and used; and that said quantity of water is necessary for the proper irrigation of the lands of said claimants as set forth and described in their statements and proofs of claim in this proceeding heretofore filed.
    "Third: That said ditch was constructed in the year 1855 and the priorities of the rights of said claimants should be and are equal in point of time as of the year 1855.
    "Fourth: That the rights of each of said claimants shall date as to priority from the year 1855 to an amount of water necessary for the beneficial use in the irrigation of their said lands, which is hereby stipulated and agreed to be not less than ten inches, miner's measure, for the lands of each claimant, or a total quantity for all of said lands of forty inches, miner's measure (or one second-foot) and the said water rights are and shall be appurtenant to the respective several tracts of land as the same are described in the statements and proofs of said claimants heretofore filed herein.
    "Fifth: That the waters so diverted into the head of said ditch and through the same shall be used by each of said claimants in rotation so far as practicable, the said claimants to rotate in the use of said waters when necessary; the method and manner in which such water shall be used to be left to the future agreements of said claimants, as to the manner in which said claimants shall rotate in such use of said water; it being understood that each of said claimants so rotating shall have an equal right for his proportionate length of time to the use of all the water in the said ditch and that the rights of all said claimants as to the time of priority and the quantity of water are equal.
    "Sixth: That at any time when the quantity of water in said stream shall be sufficient to supply one second-foot of water and a less quantity is diverted, the rights of the parties shall remain the same, and a division of said water shall be made in the ratio of one-fourth thereof to each claimant, so far as practicable and possible.
    "Seventh: That each of said claimants is entitled to divert and use that water in said ditch for stock and domestic use, to the extent that the same shall be required for reasonable household, domestic and stock purposes, and that whenever the waters of said stream so diverted into said ditch are insufficient for the service of all of said parties for irrigation purposes as well as stock and domestic use, the use of all water for stock and domestic purposes have the preference to the use for irrigation, and sufficient water shall be allowed to remain in said ditch to supply the demands of each and all of said claimants requiring the use thereof for stock and domestic purposes, it being understood that the claimants have equal rights of use for stock and domestic purposes as well as for irrigation.
    "Eighth: That this stipulation and agreement is entered into by the claimants upon the consideration that it is an adjustment and settlement of the disputed rights of said claimants in said ditch and water, and shall be and is binding upon each of said claimants, his successors, heirs and assigns, and shall be and is filed in this proceeding as a settlement of the disputed rights of said claimants to the end that there shall be no contest herein involving said ditch and water right as among said claimants; and the Board of Control in this proceeding is authorized and instructed to determine the respective rights of each of said claimants in accordance herewith and the Circuit Court having jurisdiction in this matter may enter a decree in accordance with this stipulation and agreements."'
46.
    That as between G. F. Billings and Ralph and Francis Billings of the first part, and W. W. Dann of the second part, claimants to the waters of Wrights Creek, tributary of Bear Creek, the following stipulation by and between said claimants heretofore made and filed herein is hereby adopted and incorporated in this decree and the relative rights of said claimants are hereby adjudicated and determined herein, subject to the provisions thereof, to wit:
    "First: That said W. W. Dann shall be and is entitled to divert and use for household and irrigation purposes, all or any part of the water of Dann Spring, the water of which ordinarily flowed into the West fork of said Wright Creek, such diversion to be made at a point at the head of the Dann ditch, which point is clearly shown on the plat filed with the Board of Water Control, by W. W. Dann, on the 18th day of May, 1912.
    "Second: That the said G. F. Billings, and Ralph Billings and Francis M. Billings, their successors or assigns shall divert and use for domestic and irrigation purposes, all of the rest and remainder of the water flowing in said Wright Creek.
    "Third: That this stipulation and agreement is entered into by the claimants hereto, upon the consideration that it is an adjustment and settlement of the disputed rights of said claimants, in said spring and creek and the water flowing therefrom and therein, and shall be and is binding upon each of said claimants, his successors, heirs and assigns, and shall be and is filed in this proceeding as a settlement of the disputed rights of said claimants and to the end that there shall be no contest herein involving said spring and creek, and the water right as between said claimants; and the Board of Control in this proceeding is authorized and instructed to determine the respective rights of each of said claimants in accordance herewith, and the Circuit Court having jurisdiction in this matter may enter a decree in accordance with this stipulation and agreement."
47.
    That as between J. B. Hillis et al., claiming the waters of Evans Creek, contestant, and Paul S. Seeley, contestee, the following stipulation heretofore made in this proceeding by and between said claimants is hereby adopted and incorporated in this decree and the relative rights of said claimants are hereby adjudicated and determined herein, subject to the provisions thereof, to wit:
    "It is hereby stipulated by and between the contestants and the contestee that the contestants, as owners of the right to the use of waters of Evans Creek through the Williams and Whalen ditch, located by Williams and Whalen, February 20, 1896, under location notices of record calling for one thousand miner's inches of water out of said stream, are entitled to a first right to the use of the waters of Evans Creek, through said Williams and Whalen ditch for the irrigation of the following lands filed upon herein by them as irrigated lands and lands to be irrigated by them through said ditch respectively, to wit:
Name Irrigated Land Land To Be Irrigated
George Beers 19    acres 1 acre  
Ed Dimmick 19    acres 5 acres
William Hillis   9½ acres 3 acres
J. B. Hillis 17    acres 40 acres  
Gerusha M. Moore 10    acres
Mary J. Moore 31    acres
O. C. Oden 10    acres
Margaret E. Taylor 10    acres
W. Van Goethem 73    acres 12 acres  
Wm. Williams 19    acres                    
    Total 298½ acres   61 acres  
    "That they shall be entitled to the use, during the irrigating season of each year, of sufficient of the waters of said stream through their said ditch for the proper irrigation of said lands, not, however, in excess of the present carrying capacity of said ditch, which carrying capacity is to be determined by the certificate of the State Engineer, who has measured the said ditch, as to the carrying capacity.
    "That the court herein shall determine in this proceeding the duty of water as respects the said several tracts of land and determine the same from the evidence herein; that the duty of water as to the land of the contestee is the same as to the lands of the contestants, that is to say, that acre for acre the lands of the contestants require the same amount of water for irrigation as do the lands of the contestee, but that the right to the use of said waters to irrigate the lands of the contestants is prior in point of time and right to the right of the contestee."
48.
    That as between the Old Mill Ditch and Irrigation Company and Paul S. Seeley, claiming waters of Evans Creek, the following stipulation, heretofore made herein in settlement of the contest between said claimants and filed herein is hereby adopted and incorporated herein and made a part of this decree and the rights of said Claimants are hereby adjudicated and determined, subject to the provisions of said stipulation, which is as follows, to wit:
    "In settlement of the above entitled contest, it is hereby stipulated and agreed, that a decree shall be entered herein as follows:
    "That the Board of Control shall determine the quantity of water required by the contestant at the head of its ditch for the proper irrigation of its lands specified in its proof of claim on file herein. That whenever the water at the head of the contestant's ditch shall not be sufficient to furnish the quantity of water so found by said Board for said lands the contestee herein shall allow sufficient water to pass his headgate, which, with the other water in the said stream, shall furnish sufficient water at contestant's headgate to meet the requirements found by said Board. Provided, however, that at all times during all periods of the irrigating season the contestee shall be entitled to use at least three-fifths of the entire flow of said stream at contestee's headgate of the Vrooman ditch, or at any other point of diversion above the point of diversion of the contestant's headgate, provided the contestee should change the point of diversion of said Vrooman ditch.
    "And it is stipulated that the right of the contestee to the use of at least three-fifths of the water at his said headgate at all periods of the irrigating season is confirmed. The right of the contestant to the use of the quantity of water found necessary by the Board for the irrigation of its lands or the lands of its stockholders is confirmed and ratified, subject, however, to the condition that this shall at no time impair the right of the contestee to the use of said three-fifths of said water at his said headgate, nor his right to use in excess of said amount, provided such use of such excess shall not diminish the water at the contestant's headgate below the quantity so determined by said Board.
    And whereas, one Breeding and one Estell claim rights out of said stream through contestant's ditch, that the amount which is herein provided that the Board shall find for contestant's said lands is deemed to mean and include also the quantity found by said Board and required for the lands of the said Estell and of the said Breeding under their respective proofs of claim.
    "Neither party shall recover any costs and disbursements herein.
    "The parties to this stipulation shall meet the expenses of installing and maintaining a proper measuring device at the head of the Vrooman ditch, to comply with this stipulation, as follows: Two-fifths of said cost shall be paid by the contestant and three-fifths by the contestee.
    "If the contestee shall change the point of diversion of the Vrooman ditch to some point above the head of contestant's ditch then the entire expense of such change, and of a new measuring device, shall be borne by the contestee, and such new device put in by him shall be in all respects equal in efficiency and durability to that installed hereunder by the parties hereto.
    "After such installation the maintenance thereof shall be borne in such proportion of two-fifths and three-fifths.''
49.
    That as between J. B. Hill et al., contestant, and E. D. Thompson, et al., contestees, claiming waters of Evans Creek, the following stipulation, heretofore made herein in settlement of the contest between said claimants and filed herein, is hereby adopted and incorporated herein and made a part of this decree and the rights of said claimants are hereby adjudicated and determined, subject to the provisions of said stipulation, which is as follows, to wit:
    "In settlement of the contest of J. B. Hillis, and others, owners of the Williams & Whalen ditch, against the claim of E. D. Thompson and C. W. Wilcox, it is stipulated by the contestants, by A. E. Reames, their attorney and by E. D. Thompson, for himself and for C. W. Wilcox, that a decree may be entered upon the contest, without any costs against the contestee, as follows:
    "That contestees claim no right in the Williams & Whalen ditch or water right. That they take the water claimed by them from a slough after it has been used by the contestants. That they claim no right to require such use of the water of the Williams & Whalen ditch as to put water into said slough or into the ditch of the contestees, but that they have the right to use such water when it is available for them in said slough, and at the head of their ditch."
50.
    That as between the Old Mill Ditch and Irrigation Company and Wm. G. Breeding and Barbara Estell, the relative rights of the said claimants are hereby determined and adjudicated subject to the provisions of those certain final decrees mentioned in the findings of the Board herein, wherein said contestant Old Mill Ditch and Irrigation Co. was plaintiff and said Wm. G. Breeding and Barbara Estell were defendants.
51.
    That as between C. E. Wickstrom, contestant, and Dan Cameron, contestee, the following stipulation heretofore made herein in settlement of the contest between said claimants and filed herein is hereby adopted and incorporated herein and made a part of this decree and the rights of said claimants are hereby adjudicated and determined, subject to the provisions of said stipulation, which is as follows, to wit:
    "It is hereby stipulated by and between C. E. Wickstrom, contestant, and Dan Cameron, contestee, by and through their respective attorneys, in that portion of the contest which applies to the contestant's high line ditch out of Pleasant Creek and the contestee's Moore ditch out of the east or right hand fork of Pleasant Creek, which fork joins Pleasant Creek in Section 10, Township 34 South, Range 4 West, that the contestant's right under said high line ditch dating from the year 1900 is superior to any right of the contestee through said Moore ditch out of said Pleasant Creek at any point above the junction of said right hand fork or east fork of said Creek with Pleasant Creek, but that the contestee is entitled for mining purposes to whatever water is claimed by him through said Moore ditch out of said east or right hand fork of said Pleasant Creek as against said high line ditch.
    "It is hereby stipulated by the parties that as between the contestant, under the Collins ditch and the contestee under his ditches, the contestant is entitled to an equal right with the contestee for irrigation from the Collins ditch of such of contestant's lands as are cleared and subject to irrigation from said ditch, the area and description thereof, and the quantity of water required therefor to be determined by the State Water Board; that the State Water Board may cause such survey as necessary to be made, and the filing of the State Engineer or deputy of the said matter shall be considered as evidence herein.
    "The above stipulation was agreed to by Mr. Gus Newbury, attorney for contestant, and Mr. A. E. Reames, attorney for contestee."'
52.
    That W. H. Oden has no right, title or interest in or to the use of the waters of Pleasant Creek and his proof of claim herein should be and hereby is held for naught.
53.
    That as between A. H. Quatman, contestant, and Dan Cameron, contestee, the following stipulation heretofore made in this proceeding by and between said claimants is hereby adopted and incorporated in its decree and the relative rights of said claimants are hereby adjudicated and determined herein, subject to the provisions thereof, to wit:
    "Now at this time this contest coming on for hearing, the contestant appearing by W. E. Phipps, his attorney, and the contestee appearing by A. E. Reames, his attorney.
    "Whereupon it is stipulated that the contest herein arose largely because of the fact that there are two ditches on said stream, sometimes called the Wakeman Ditch, first, the Miles Wakeman Irrigation Ditch on the old Wakeman place, and second, the Wakeman-Chapin Ditch, commonly known as the Big Ditch, and it is stipulated that the contestant Quatman is the owner of the Irrigation Ditch, and the contestee Cameron is the owner of the Wakeman Chapin, or Big Ditch. That said Big Ditch has a superior right over said Wakeman Irrigation Ditch for mining purposes. And that the contestee is entitled to all of the water claimed by him through said Big Ditch, with the exception that he has no right to take the waters through said ditch to a point below the intake of the Miles Wakeman Ditch owned by said contestant.''
54.
    That Charles Owens heretofore filed Proof No. 404 (Vol. 7) claiming a right to the waters of Pleasant Creek for irrigation purposes through the Wakeman Ditch. That in that certain suit wherein Joseph D. Wakerman, a predecessor of A. H. Quatman, a claimant herein, was plaintiff, and said Charles Owens and Katie Owens, his wife, and others were defendants, commenced in the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Jackson County, a decree was entered on March 29, 1905, and recorded in Vol. 13, page 244 of Circuit Court Journal of Jackson County, Oregon, in which said decree it was ordered and decreed that the plaintiff and his predecessor in interest ever since the year 1877 had been and that the plaintiff then was the sole and absolute owner of the water ditch and water right and of all the water conveyed by said ditch known as the Wakeman Ditch, from the head of said Ditch on Pleasant Creek to and upon the lands of plaintiff, and of every part thereof, and that said defendants, and either of them, never had had and did not have at that time any right, title or interest therein or thereto, or to any part thereof, and that any claim of title on the part of said defendants or either of them to any title, right or interest in or to said water right or ditch or ditch right was wrongful, invalid and without foundation in law, equity or title, and that plaintiff's title to said ditch and water right and the water appropriated thereby and therefor was
thereby quieted and determined as against said defendants and each of them and all persons claiming under them or either of them. That the plaintiff in said suit was the predecessor in interest of said A. H. Quatman, and that it does not appear that said Charles Owens has since said decree acquired any right, title or interest in said ditch. It is therefore decreed that whatever right said Owens may have in said ditch or to the use of the water therefrom is based upon a permissive use as against said A. H. Quatman, that said Owens is claiming a permissive right, but that said decree was made and entered in the year 1905.
55.
    That as between E. E. Bagley and Lizzie Hale, contesting claimants, the following stipulation heretofore made in this proceeding by and between said claimants is hereby adopted and incorporated in this decree and the relative rights of said claimants are hereby adjudicated and determined herein, subject to the provisions thereof, to wit:
    "In settlement of the above contest it is stipulated that a decree shall be entered to the effect that M. W. Hale, successor by inheritance to the claim of Lizzie Hale, deceased, is entitled to the first right out of Wards Creek, for the irrigation of 6½ acres of land described in the said Lizzie Hale's claim, the amount and quantity of the water, and the time when the same is to be used is to be determined by the Board of Control for this court, and the water to be used under the rotation system under direction of the Board of Control.
    "That the right is a prior right for such water as is necessary for such irrigation of the said lands, but the Board shall have the right to enforce rotation with the lands of the contestant and that such rotation shall be consistent with the prior right of the said Hale as the successor of said contestee.
    "That 6½ acres is the same 6½ acres which the stipulation filed concurrently herewith in the case of Meadowbrook Orchard Co. refers to. This settlement is a part of the settlement of said contest of Meadowbrook Orchard Co. vs. Lizzie Hale, and the contestee herein gets a prior right only for the 6½ acres referred to in both stipulations, being the same land in both, provided, however, that said contestee may, subject to the approval of the Board of Control of the State of Oregon, transfer said water to any other portion of the lands now owned by said contestee, not exceeding 6½ acres, it being expressly understood that no more than 6½ acres of land shall be irrigated by the contestee in any one year, and that the decree to be entered in accordance herewith shall not be deemed or held to confer any rights whatever upon any of the lands of the contestant, nor construed to be a consent to entry of the contestant, nor construed to be a consent to entry upon contestant's land for the purpose of diversion.''
56.
    That as between the Meadowbrook Orchard Co., contestant, and Lizzie Hale, contestee, to the waters of Wards Creek, the following stipulation heretofore made in this proceedings by and between said claimants, is hereby adopted and incorporated in this decree and the relative rights of said claimants are hereby adjudicated and determined, subject to the provisions thereof, to wit:
    "In settlement of the above contest it is stipulated that a decree shall be entered to the effect that M. W. Hale, successor by inheritance to the claim of Lizzie Hale, deceased, is entitled to the first right out of Wards Creek, for the irrigation of 6½ acres of land described in the said Lizzie Hale's claim, the amount and quantity of the water, and the time when the same is to be used is to be determined by the Board of Control or this Court, and the water to be used under the rotation system under direction of the Board of Control.
    "That the right is a prior right for such water as is necessary for such irrigation of the said lands, but the Board shall have the right to enforce rotation with the lands of the contestant and that such rotation shall be consistent with the prior right of the said Hale as the successor of said contestee.
    "This 6½ acres is the same 6½ acres which the stipulation filed concurrently herewith in the case of E. E. Bagley refers to. This settlement is a part of the settlement of said contest of E. E. Bagley vs. Lizzie Hale, and the contestee herein gets a prior right only for the 6½ acres referred to in both stipulations, being the same land in both. Provided, however, that said contestee may, subject to the approval of the Board of Control of the State of Oregon, transfer said water to any other portion of the land now owned by said contestee, not exceeding 6½ acres, it being expressly understood that no more than 6½ acres of land shall be irrigated by the contestee in any one year, and that the decree to be entered in accordance herewith shall not be deemed or held to confer any rights whatever upon any of the lands of the contestant, nor construed to be a consent to entry upon contestant's lands for the purpose of diversion."'
57.
    That Ralph G. Jennings, Wilbur W. Cameron and Z. Cameron, co-owners of the Comstock ditch and water right, shall have the right to use, collectively, 17½ cubic feet per second for mining purposes, the water to be returned to the stream above the next lower water user on any mining ground where it can be reached without interference with the water of any water user above the present point of diversion, and without interference with any water user below the point where the water is now returned to the stream; provided further that said claimants are entitled to use the water of Applegate River through said ditch for mining purposes at all seasons of the year.
58
    That the right of J. N. Matney in and to the waters of Applegate River, through the Offenbacher & O'Brien ditch, is subsequent and inferior in point of time and right to the rights of John and Fred Offenbacher; but that said J. N. Matney has an interest in and the right to the use of said ditch for the conveyance of the water allowed him in the statement of right herein.
59.
    That W. A. Heard has no right, title or interest in or to the waters of Williams Creek, a tributary of Applegate River, and his statement and proof of claim herein is held for naught.
60.
    That as between C. S. Wiseman and W. R. Yeo, of the one part, and O. H. Fields, J. C. Jones, E. N. Provolt, Samuel Provolt and L. M. Spencer, of the other part, the following stipulation heretofore made in this proceeding by and between said claimants is hereby adopted and incorporated in this decree and the relative rights of said claimants are hereby adjudicated and determined herein, subject to the provisions thereof, to wit:
    "That contestees hereby consent and agree that upon the final adjudication of the waters of Williams Creek, a tributary of Rogue River, that a decree may be entered in their favor for fifty (50) inches of water, instead of for 80 inches, as demanded in the proofs. Upon the entry of the decree in accordance herewith the contestants hereby consent and agree that their contest be dismissed. This stipulation shall not be deemed to waive or abrogate any dating of priority contained in the proofs of the respective parties, but it shall be understood as absolutely waiving the claim on part of the contestees to any water of Williams Creek through the said ditch other or greater than fifty (50) inches as against the contestants."
61.
    That the Estate and Heirs of J. T. Layton, deceased, have no right, title or interest in and to the waters of Williams Creek, through the Layton Ditches, for irrigation purposes upon their lands described in said proof of claim herein, or upon any other lands, and their right to the waters of said stream through said ditches are confined to the use of the waters of said stream for mining purposes and uses thereto; and a change in the character of said use from mining to irrigation would be to the irreparable injury and detriment of the subsequent right of other water users from said stream and from Applegate River, below the mouth of said Williams Creek.
    That the Estate of J. T. Layton, deceased, is entitled to divert and use, for hydraulic mining purposes, the waters of the East Fork of Williams Creek, through the Upper and Lower Layton Ditches, to the amount of not exceeding eight second-feet through the Upper Ditch, and not exceeding twelve second-feet through the Lower ditch, from November first until the first day of July of the following year; and subsequent to July 1st of each year and until the first of September following the amount of not exceeding eight second-feet through said Upper Ditch; and after the first of September until the first of October not exceeding two second-feet through said Upper Ditch. That at such times as said claimant does not require or need said amounts of water through said ditches, or either of them, or less than the quantity hereby confirmed, for the beneficial use for hydraulic mining purposes, the said waters, and all surplus waters over and above the amounts hereby confirmed, or such amounts as may be actually needed and used by said claimant, shall be at the disposal of and subject to use by subsequent appropriators for irrigation and other uses in their priority order. That the rights of appropriation hereby confirmed are limited to a use of said waters for mining purposes, and confer no rights of use for irrigation or other uses than mining, or for sale or rental of water from said ditches for any purpose or use whatsoever.
62.
    That as between M. J. Hosmer, protestant, and the Estate of John B. Mattis, deceased, the rights of the said parties are hereby determined and adjudicated in accordance with the stipulation referred to in paragraph XVII of the findings of fact of the Court herein; and as between Abbie J. Champlin, and M. J. Hosmer and Grant Mathews, the rights of said claimants are hereby adjudicated and determined subject to the stipulation set forth in said paragraph XVII of the findings of this Court.
    That said M. J. Hosmer and Grant Mathews, as successors in interest of N. H. Hosmer, are entitled to the use of the waters of Foots Creek, through the Hosmer ditch for the irrigation of fifteen acres, as of the priority 1857; and the water right appurtenant to the said Hosmer lands is appurtenant to the Hosmer farm as a whole, and said claimants should be, and are entitled to use the said waters anywhere on the said lands, so long as no other lands are brought under said ditch to the invasion of subsequent rights; that said claimants are entitled to a quantity of water not exceeding 0.38 second-foot for said lands; and the findings and order of determination of said Board are hereby modified accordingly.
63.
    That as between J. W. Turvey and J. C. Kincaid, claimants to the waters of China Creek, a tributary of Williams Creek, the rights of priority of said claimants are equal in point of time and should date from the year 1877; that said claimants are hereby required to rotate in the use of the waters of said stream, under the supervision of the water master; and until otherwise arranged by and between said claimants by written agreement made with the consent of said water master, said J. W. Turvey shall be entitled to the use of all of the waters of said stream to which both said claimants are entitled, to the exclusion of any use or diversion thereof by said Kincaid, on Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays of each and every week during each irrigation season hereafter; and said J. C. Kincaid shall be entitled to divert and use all of the waters of stream to which both said claimants are entitled, for the purposes of his appropriation, on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, of each and every week of each irrigating season, hereafter, to the exclusion of any diversion or use thereof by said J. W. Turvey; and the rights of said claimants as herein adjudicated and determined are hereby expressly made subject to these
provisions for rotation.
64.
    That Emma G. Robinson, claimant to the waters of Galice Creek, Rich Gulch, Rocky Gulch, and other tributaries, has disclaimed any right to the waters of Rocky Gulch; and it is hereby decreed and determined that she has no right, title, or interest in or to the waters of said Rocky Gulch, or to the waters of Rich Gulch; and the findings and order of said Board are modified accordingly; but otherwise the said finding and order of said Board in respect to the rights of said claimant are confirmed.
65.
    That Harriett E. Davis, claimant herein, has no right, title, or interest in or to the Baltimore Ditch diverting water from Williams Creek; and no right to divert or use water therefrom.
66.
    That without determining whether they are entitled to any right or interest in the Gallagher ditch, or in whom title to said ditch is vested, it is determined that H. M. Foerst, A. B. Saltmarsh and Cyrenius Combest are entitled to water rights by reason of their use of the waters of Little Applegate Creek, tributary of Big Applegate Creek, flowing through said ditch. as set forth in the statement of rights herein; but this is not intended to determine that either or any of said  claimants have any right, title, or interest in said ditch, or to divert or use water therefrom as against the true and lawful owner of the same, in whom title to said ditch may be vested; but as against all others and as against all the world, except as against the owner or owners of said ditch, the court determines that said claimants are entitled to the use of the water flowing through said ditch and to rights of appropriation of the waters of said Little Applegate Creek as herein set forth.
    That the lands of H. M. Foerst and J. F. Crump, under the Gilson and Gleave ditch, from said Little Applegate Creek, having been irrigated from said Gallagher ditch long prior to the construction of said Gilson and Gleave ditch are entitled to appurtenant water rights as of the time when water was first used for the irrigation of said lands through said Gallagher ditch.
    That the priorities of the various claimants through the Gallagher, Spicer, Upper and Lower Phillips, Gin Lin, and Deming ditches from said Little Applegate Creek depends upon the time when water was first used by each of said claimants respectively, or their respective predecessors, for irrigation purposes on the lands under said ditches, and that no privity of estate or interest has been established which entitles any of said claimants to antedate the priorities set forth in the statement of rights herein by reason of the construction of said ditches and use of water through the same for mining purposes.
    That as respects the claim of E. J. Cameron to a right to the use of water through the Gin Lin ditch from said Little Applegate Creek for either mining or irrigation purposes, the court determines that any such water rights have been abandoned and forfeited by said E. J. Cameron and her predecessors in interest for non-user of the waters of said Little Applegate Creek through said ditch for any purpose by said E. J. Cameron or predecessors in interest for more than ten years; but it is not intended to hereby determine that E. J. Cameron has no right or title in or to said ditch or in any way to determine the ownership of or title to said ditch.
    That as between A. S. Kleinhammer and the Sterling Mining Company, said A. S. Kleinhammer is entitled for irrigation purposes, to be diverted through said Upper and Lower Phillips ditches, to the amount of 500 inches (or 12½ second-feet) of the waters of said Little Applegate Creek for one week at a time if they shall demand it, for five weeks between the first day of July and the first day of October of each year; and said Sterling Mining Company, or their successors in interest in the ownership of said Sterling ditch or water rights connected therewith, shall furnish to said A. S. Kleinhammer, or his successors in interest, on 3 days' notice, for the irrigation of lands under and for use through said Phillips ditches, 500 miner's inches of water (or 12½ second-feet) and shall allow said quantity to flow past the headgate or headgates of said company down the channel of said creek at any time as demanded during July, August, and September of each year not exceeding one week at a time and not exceeding 5 weeks in all during those three months.
    That the mining season during which water has been used for mining purposes from said stream extends from November 1st to August 1st of each year, and the Sterling Mining Company, a corporation, claimant herein, is limited to the use of water therefor to said season, and has no right to the use of any of the waters of said stream after August 1st and during August and September and October of any year, whenever such use shall interfere with the rights of those claiming the use of said water for irrigation purposes as herein set forth; but nothing herein contained is intended to prohibit said Sterling Mining Company from diverting and using water from said stream when there shall be a surplus at any time during the year over and above the amount required to satisfy the rights of those entitled to the use of water for irrigation purposes as herein set forth. That Charles A. Smith, claimant above named, is entitled, for the irrigation of the lands owned by him as described in the tabulated statement herein, to the quantity of 15 inches, or 0.375 second-feet, for a period of 24 hours once in every 12 days, and this shall be the measure of said claimant's right. This determination is based upon the agreement and stipulation herein a part of the record, between said Charles Smith, of the one part, and John Devlin, H. H. Taylor, Maggie Buckley, George H. Wolf, and William Cameron, of the other part. And it is further determined hereby that said quantity of water so to be furnished said Smith as aforesaid shall be furnished and supplied by said second parties aforesaid from such waters as they in the aggregate are entitled to divert into said Farmers lateral and the Davidson ditch, or E. J. Cameron lateral. That the irrigating season extends from May 1st to October 1st of each year. That the mining season extends from November 1st to August 1st of each year.
67.
    That Mrs. Ora Jones, claimant to the waters of Bear Creek, a tributary of Evans Creek, is allowed to intervene herein and submit proof of her right to the waters of said stream, and shall have all right vouchsafed by law to claimants who have been duly served herein, and have appeared heretofore and within the time required by law. That the right of said claimant is as adjudicated and determined in the statement of right herein.
68.
    That as between the Sterling Mining Company, a corporation, by R. S. Bullis, mortgagee in possession, on the one side, and Andrew Cantrall, as successor in interest of Fred Kleinhammer, and Mrs. Dora Saltmarsh, on the other side, the following stipulation made between said claimants is hereby adopted by the court, and made a part of this decree, and the rights of said claimants are hereby adjudicated and determined subject thereto, to wit:
    It is stipulated between the Sterling Mining Company and Andrew Cantrall and Mrs. Dora Saltmarsh, the successor in interest to A. B. Saltmarsh, that the land belonging to the Sterling Mining Company and consisting of 15 acres in the NW¼ of the SW¼ and the SW¼ of the NW¼ of Section 9, Tp. 39 S. R. 2 W. W.M., have an equal right of priority for irrigation purposes from the waters of Little Applegate, those belonging to the Sterling Mining Company through their ditch, and those of Dora Saltmarsh through what is known as the Gallagher ditch, and that said priority is of date 1885; and it is further stipulated that the rights for irrigation of said tract of land belonging to said Sterling Mining Company from the waters of said Little Applegate are inferior in priority to the lands of Andrew Cantrall and the lands heretofore belonging to Fred Kleinhammer, said Andrew Cantrall lands being known as the Riley Phillips lands, the Samuel Phillips homestead and the Yeba Harwich lands, all of which lie along the main fork of Little Applegate Creek, and it is further stipulated that 20 acres of the lands belonging to the Sterling Mining Company situated in the NW¼ of the NW¼ of Section 19, Tp. 39 S. R. 2 W. W.M., and the S½ of the SE¼ of Section 13, Tp. 39 S. R. 3 W. W.M., have a priority of irrigation right over the lands heretofore belonging to Fred Kleinhammer and lying along the banks of Little Applegate stream, and that the same are inferior in irrigation right to the said lands of the said Andrew C. Cantrall, the said Andrew Cantrall lands consisting of the SE¼ SE¼ of Sec. 19, and the SW¼ SW¼ of Sec. 20, and the N½ NW¼ of Sec. 29, all in Tp. 39 S. R. 2 W. W.M., the understanding being that all references heretofore made to the Kleinhammer and Cantrall properties are references made to the lands of said parties described in the former findings and decrees of the Water Board, and covers no other property; it being understood that this stipulation does not contemplate in any manner the disturbance or alteration of the decree of the Supreme Court in favor of Andrew Cantrall and against the Sterling Mining Company.
69.
    That Emma G. Robinson, claimant to the waters of Rich Gulch, is not entitled to the use of any of the said waiters of said gulch, and her claim thereto is hereby disallowed and denied; and inasmuch as said claimant has disclaimed any right or interest in or to the waters of Rocky Gulch, she is hereby decreed to have no right, title, or interest in or to said waters; but otherwise and as to other rights claimed by her, the findings and order of determination of the State Water Board herein are affirmed.
70.
    That that as between Abbie J. Champlin and M. J. Hosmer and Grant Mathews, claimants to the waters of Foots Creek, the following stipulation is hereby adopted in the adjudication and determination of the relative rights of said claimants, and for that purpose hereby made a part of this decree, to wit: 
    It is hereby stipulated between Abbie J. Champlin of Gold Hill, Oregon, of the first part, and M. J. Hosmer and Grant Mathews, of Gold Hill, Oregon, of the other part as follows: First. The parties to this stipulation are both land owners and the owners of irrigation rights from the waters of the West Fork of Foots Creek in Jackson County, Oregon. The parties hereto both claim under an appropriation made in 1857 by what is known as the Magruder ditch and by one Edmund B. Magruder, to the extent of all of the water of the West Fork of Foots Creek during the irrigation season, or irrigation, stock, and domestic purposes. Second. The parties hereto as successors in title and interest of the said Edmund B. Magruder, and by sundry mesne conveyances from the said Edmund B. Magruder, and through G. W. Lance, have acquired and now own interests in said original appropriation as follows, to wit: Abbie J. Champlin is the owner of one-half of the said Magruder right to the waters aforesaid, estimated at thirty-three miner's inches under a six-inch pressure, that being one-half of all of the water afforded by said stream during the dry or irrigation season; M. J. Hosmer and Grant Mathews own jointly and in undivided interests the other half of the Magruder water right from said stream, estimated at thirty-three inches, miner's measure under a six-inch pressure. Third. The West Fork of Foots Creek during the dry or irrigation season does not deliver water for irrigation or other purposes in excess of sixty-six inches, miner's measure under a six-inch pressure. Fourth. Insofar as the findings of the State Water Board vary the rights of the parties other or different from those rights heretofore set forth as to the amount of water allowed either, or as to the dating of priority of the same, the parties hereto each consent in favor of the other, that the decree of the court in favor of each and either may be so drawn as to allow unto each party to this stipulation the amount of water hereinbefore set forth, that is to say, unto Abbie J. Champlin thirty-three inches, miner's measure under a six-inch pressure, and to M. J. Hosmer and Grant Mathews thirty-three inches, miner's measure under a six-inch pressure, and that said water may be used for irrigation purposes upon any and all of the lands of each, and that priority of each of said rights may be made to date as of the year 1857, and which is the year when said rights were initiated by Edmund B. Magruder, the common grantor and predecessor in interest of each of the parties hereto.
71.
    That as between M. J. Hosmer, and the estate of John B. Mattis, the rights of the said parties are hereby adjudicated and determined subject to their certain stipulation referred to in the findings herein, with respect to the Hosmer ditch from Foots Creek, and it is hereby determined and decreed that the said Estate of John B. Mattis has no right or interest in or to the waters flowing in said Hosmer ditch for irrigation purposes; but this shall not be taken or construed as affecting any right or rights which said Estate of John B. Mattis may have, as herein adjudicated and determined, to the waters of the West Fork of Foots Creek for mining purposes, as determined by the Supreme Court of Oregon in that certain suit commenced in the Circuit Court of Jackson County, Oregon, wherein John Mattis was plaintiff and Nelson Hosmer and others were defendants, reported in the reports of said Supreme Court, in Volume 37, at page 523 thereof; nor to any secondary irrigation rights which are in this decree adjudicated to the waters of said stream through any other ditch or ditches than the said Hosmer ditch.
72.
    That it is hereby ordered, considered and decreed that the findings of said Water Board with respect to the contest of J. T. Hartley against the rights claimed by Frank Sutton, claimants to the water of the West Fork of Williams Creek, be in all things confirmed, and the relative rights of the said claimants in and to said waters are hereby adjudicated and determined in accordance therewith, and as set forth in the statement of rights herein.
73.
    That the quantities of water herein allowed and confirmed unto the several parties, as set forth in the general statement of rights herein, are to be measured, in each case, at or in the vicinity of the heads of intakes of the respective ditches of the several claimants, with a reasonable allowance in each case where the ditch, including the service lateral, exceeds three-fourths of a mile in length, for seepage and evaporation losses in conducting the water to the place of use for irrigation purposes. In distributing the water allotted to the various claimants herein, the water master shall, in addition to distributing to the several claimants the quantities herein allowed, for irrigation purposes, also add a sufficient quantity to compensate for reasonable seepage and evaporation losses in the case of all ditches diverting water for irrigation purposes which are in excess of three-fourths of a mile in length from the head to the place where the ditch enters the lands where the water is used. In all cases where the ditch, including service laterals, does not exceed three-fourths of a mile in length, following the course of the ditch from its head or intake at the stream, to the point where such ditch or the service lateral enters the lands of such claimant, the quantity herein allowed in each such case shall be measured at the headgate or intake of such ditch where the same leaves the natural stream, or in the immediate vicinity thereof at the most convenient point for measurement; and such quantities in each such case shall include the amount of water necessary to compensate for such seepage and evaporation losses in transit to the place of use. For all other uses or purposes than irrigation and stock and domestic supply, the quantity of water allowed in each case herein is intended to, and shall, include a sufficient amount for all reasonable seepage and evaporation losses in transit in conducting the water to the place of use, and the quantity of water allowed in each such case shall be measured to the claimant at the point where the ditch or canal leaves the natural channel of the stream whence the water is diverted. The water master, in distributing the water of a stream herein involved to the several claimants, is hereby required and directed to require all ditches to be maintained so as to prevent seepage and evaporation losses in transit in excess of a reasonable allowance therefor; and the diversion of water to supply excessive or unreasonable seepage and evaporation losses shall be considered a waste of water to the extent of the excess diverted over and above reasonable losses from said sources in properly maintaining and economically operating ditches and canals; and the said water master shall, as
near as may be, divide, regulate and control the use of the water from the several streams herein involved by such closing or partially closing of the headgates of the several ditches as will prevent such waste, as well as other wasteful or extravagant diversions of water.
74.
    That the rights herein decreed for stock and domestic purposes entitled the owner of such a right to divert and use such amount of water as shall be reasonably necessary for his household and stock use; but during the irrigation season the amount of water herein allowed and diverted for irrigation purposes shall include the quantity to which each such claimant is entitled for stock and domestic purposes.
75.
    That the rights herein confirmed for irrigation purposes are confined and limited to the irrigation of the lands herein described to which the same are appurtenant, and the waters appropriated are and shall remain appurtenant to said lands, as provided by law.
76.
    That the waters of said streams herein involved shall be diverted under the several rights of appropriation thereto herein adjudicated and determined, in the order of relative priority of the respective rights of appropriation as herein set forth, and at all times when the waters of any stream herein involved are not required by those parties having priority of right thereto for the purposes of their appropriation, and actually used by them for a beneficial purpose, the same shall be at the disposal of and subject to use by those having subsequent rights of priority, in the order of their relative priorities; and at all times the waters diverted by those having a right thereto shall be beneficially, economically, and reasonably used without waste, and no rights of appropriation are hereby confirmed to divert a greater amount of water into the head of the ditch through which water is diverted by any claimant, that the claimant can beneficially use for the purpose of his appropriation, and not to exceed the quantity herein allowed it used continuously, or the equivalent thereof if used under a proper rotation system; the amount of water allowed herein in each case being the quantity to which each such claimant is entitled in continuous flow; but nothing herein construed shall be deemed to prevent the use of a greater quantity under a proper rotation system.
77.
    That the quantity of water allowed in each case herein for irrigation purposes is the maximum quantity of water which each claimant is entitled to divert and use in continuous flow throughout the irrigation season herein fixed; but said claimants shall be entitled to, and may, use the equivalent of the amount herein allowed as a rate of continuous flow, under a proper rotation system, as herein provided for; and when rotation is impossible or impracticable, and the claimant does not require the use of the water continuously for irrigation purposes, he may, under the supervision and direction of the water master, divert and use during the period of actual use by him, the equivalent in acre-feet of the maximum quantity to which he is entitled herein as a rate of continuous flow. It is not intended hereby to determine the quantity of water to which said claimants are entitled during the period of actual use of water, except where such use is continuous, and in all cases where it is possible and practicable the claimants are required to rotate in the use of water as hereinafter set forth.
78.
    That the rights of appropriation for power purposes hereby confirmed confer no right upon the claimants entitled thereto to the use of the waters involved for any other or different use or purpose, and in each case the waters diverted for power purposes shall be so used as not to substantially diminish or consume the quantity diverted, and the said waters so diverted for such purposes shall be returned to the stream, or the present point of return thereof to the natural channel, at substantially the same place as the said waters have heretofore been returned; and no change in the place of return of the waters diverted for power purposes, or in the use thereof, shall be permitted which shall tend to substantially diminish the quantity of water diverted, or interfere with the rights of other appropriators of the same waters, it being hereby decreed and determined that the rights herein allowed for power purposes confer no rights to substantially diminish or consume the quantity of water diverted and used for such purpose.
79.
    That those rights of appropriation designated herein as supplementary rights are limited to a use of said supplemental supply upon the lands to which appurtenant, in an amount and to an extent not exceeding in quantity the amount required to complete the irrigation of said lands, and the quantity diverted from both sources of supply shall not exceed the maximum quantity to which said lands are herein decreed entitled from either source of supply; that is to say, where the lands irrigated herein described are determined to have a right to a certain quantity of water from one stream or source of supply and are irrigated also from another stream, or other streams, or sources, the total and entire quantity of water to which said lands are entitled from all sources, shall not exceed the maximum quantity to which said lands are entitled from any such source of supply.
80.
    That wherever in the statement of relative rights herein it appears that the right adjudicated has been acquired through a ditch by permission of the owner thereof, the words "by permission" under the name of the ditch in such statement shall be taken to mean and indicate that the claimant has no right, title or interest in or to the said ditch, and that the use of the said ditch for the purpose of conducting the water to which such claimant is entitled to his lands depends upon the permission of the owner of such ditch; and is subject to revocation by him, in his discretion. Except as against said owner, however, the water rights of the said claimant using a ditch by permission of the owner thereof are hereby determined to be valid and vested in him as against all others, and such claimant shall be deemed a valid appropriation of water as of the priority herein set forth opposite his name.
81.
    That the rights herein confirmed to the several claimants to the use of the waters herein involved for mining purposes shall be limited to the use of said waters during the season or period of use set forth in the statement of rights herein in each case. That the mining season ordinarily commences November 1st, and terminates prior to June 1st each year, but that the season varies in different localities and on different streams, as indicated in the statement of rights herein.
82.
    That the water users and appropriators hereinbefore named shall be required, whenever practicable, to rotate in the use of the waters to which they are entitled; and in the absence of an agreement between such water users or appropriators arranging for rotation and the manner in which the water shall be rotated, the water master shall arrange the appropriators in groups or systems of rotation, giving first the appropriator who is first in priority a quantity of water equal to the combined appropriations of all the appropriators in said group or system, for a length of time bearing the same ratio to the whole time required to make the complete rotation through the whole group of appropriators as the appropriation of said first appropriator bears to the combined appropriation of said appropriators; and shall serve the next appropriator in priority with a like quantity of water for his proportionate time, and so on, until all the appropriators and water users in said group or system have been served; then the distribution of water shall be repeated.in the same manner throughout the remainder of the irrigation season; and in case two or more appropriators or water users in any such group or system have equal priorities, then the water master shall distribute the water as between those appropriators having the same priorities to the one whose ditch taps the stream nearest its source, first, and the next lower down, and so on; or in case two or more appropriators have equal priorities, and divert water through the same ditch, the water master shall distribute the water as between said appropriators to the one whose lands are first covered by said ditch and nearest the head thereof, first, and the next lower down, next, and so on, according to the lateral diversions from such ditch; and whenever two or more appropriators or water users agree as between themselves as to a manner or system of rotation in the use of water, the said water master shall distribute the water in accordance with such agreement; provided, always, that such arrangements into groups or systems, or such agreement of rotation, shall not interfere with the prior rights of any appropriator not a member of any such group or system.
83.
    That none of the parties prevailing in the contests hereinbefore mentioned and herein involved, or on exceptions filed in this court, shall recover costs or disbursements herein.
84.
    As to the rights of claimant, Nellie Russell in and to the waters of Cougar Gulch, a tributary of Hill Creek, a tributary of Rogue River, the determination thereof is reserved from this decree for further consideration, and for determination by supplemental decree, the said matter having been this day re-referred to the Water Board for the purpose of taking further testimony therein as between the said Nellie Russell and the Oregon and California Railroad Company, the Southern Pacific Company and the Director General of Railroads.
F. M. CALKINS, Judge.
    Dated April 26, 1919.
Southern Oregon Historical Society MS1001  The "proofs" referred to are available at the Jackson County Clerk's office. A corrected and annotated copy of this decree and copies of certificates of water rights are available at the Jackson County Watermaster's office.

KEY:
14 acres in SE¼SW¼; Sec. 32; Tp. 38 S. R. 1 E. W.M.
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14 acres in the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of section 32, township 38 south, range 1 east of Willamette Meridian



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