Mississippi Code Title 51. Waters, Water Resources, Water Districts, Drainage, and Flood Control § 51-3-33. Board duties concerning application
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(1) Upon receipt of the application it shall be the duty of the board to have endorsed thereon the date of the receipt and to assign it a number. If upon examination the application is found to be defective, inadequate, or insufficient to enable the board to determine the place, nature and amount of the proposed use, it shall be returned for correction or completion or for other required information.
(2) All maps, plats, plans and drawings shall conform to prescribed uniform standards as to materials, size, coloring and scale as prescribed by the board, and shall show: (a) the source from which the proposed use is to be made; (b) all proposed pump locations, dams, dikes, reservoirs, canals, pipelines, powerhouses and other structures for the purpose of storing, conveying or using water for the purpose approved and their positions or courses in connection with the boundary lines and corners of the lands which they occupy. Land listed for irrigation shall be shown in acres. All maps, plats, plans, drawings, and applications submitted shall become the property of the board.
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