appropriation of ice

Such exercise of dominion over ice on public waters, for example, cutting the ice into cakes, as will vest the exclusive right to the ice in the person so acting, provided he has the present ability and intention to proceed to a harvest of the ice. 27 Am J1st Ice § 5.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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