Concessions et domaines
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The law firm of Teisseire & Descemet represented M. Aly-Gueye, the owner of a small trading post in Kayes that was destroyed by order of the Commandant de Kayes
The land belonging to Aly Gueye was needed by the government to strengthen the defenses of Kayes in order to prevent a reoccurence of the destruction that occurred in 1886 when Amadou Lamine invaded.
This is a request from a civil engineer for a land concession for the Société Agricole et Minière de l'Afrique Occidentale.
This law organized the use and sale of land concessions in Bafoulabé.
This law organized the use and sale of land concessions in Bamako.
This law regulated the ownership of private property, deeds, and titles, in the Soudan
Dutheil de la Rocherè is a captain of the Artilerie de Marine. He asked for a mining concession east of Kangalaba between Sikasso and Tourni at 5'30" and 10'70".
The Compagnie Francaise du Haut Niger already possesses comptoirs at Saragou, Dinguiray, Kankan, Bobo Dioulasso, Sikasso and Kayes. They want to open another one at Bamako. They also want to plant rubber, which M. Pierre says is the only thing that will grow there. He argued that the govenrment should grant a concession to the company because work on a rubber plantation will teach valuable skills to Africans.
The Commandant du Bamako granted a concession for a rubber plantaiton near Bamako to the Compagnie Française du Haut Niger.
The town of Bamako is in the process of rebuilding its roads. Because of the need to rebuild the Rue Bonnier, the administration of the town offered to exchange a piece of property for that owned by M. Malick N'Diaye. The town of Ségou is also rebuilding its streets
The Société de Bamako received permission to use a 5x12 square meter piece of government-owned land along the river to warehouse chalk that it will deliver to various colonial services. (Note: chalk was used to make cement.)
The colonial adminsitrative council agreed that it was necessary to enlarge the market at Baguindé near Timbuktu.
De Conde wanted to build a hydro-electric dam on the waterfalls below Bamako at the Chutes de Félou. The Governor informed him that a decision had been made recently to permit a company that produced "extrait de viandes et conserves" (meat extracts and canned meat) to use water from the river.