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TIDE. The ebb and flow of the sea.
     2. Arms of the sea, bays, creeks, coves, or rivers, where the tide ebbs and flows, are public, and all persons may use the same for the purposes of navigation and for fishing, unless restrained by law. To give these rights at common law, the tide must ebb and flow: the flowing of the waters of a lake into a river, and their reflowing, being not the flux and reflux of the tides, but mere occasional and rare instances of a swell in the lake, and a setting up of the waters into the river, and the subsiding of such swells, is not to be considered an ebb and flow of the tide, so as to constitute a river technically navigable. 20 John. R. 98. See 17 John. R. 195; 2 Conn. R. 481.
     3. In Pennsylvania, the common law principle, that the flux and reflux of the tide ascertain the character of the river, has been rejected. 2 Binn. R. 475. Vide Arm of the sea; Navigable river; Sea shore.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Other bays identified as red tide positive are San Pedro Bay in Basey and Marabut, Samar; Maqueda Bay in Jiabong, Samar; Silanga Bay in Catbalogan City, Samar; Irong-irong Bay also in Catbalogan; and Cambatutay Bay in Tarangnan, Samar.
Other waters in the region remained free from red tide, including Matarinao Bay in Eastern Samar; Villareal Bays and Daram Island in Western Samar; Carigara and Cancabato Bays in Tacloban City; and the coastal waters of Calubian and Leyte in Leyte and Biliran.
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All other areas not identified in the Shellfish Bulletin continue to be free from toxic red tides.
Shellfish are extremely susceptible to containing red tide toxins, and the state declares that recreational harvesting of bivalve molluscs such as hard clams, oysters and mussels from "conditionally approved or approved shellfish harvesting areas is banned during red tide closures ...
State officials say a red tide bloom that began last fall now stretches along roughly 135 miles of Florida's southwest coast, affecting businesses, tourism and vacations.
The officials said preliminary water tests found the algae that causes red tide, but further testing is needed to determine its concentrations, CBS News/Associated Press reported.
The (https://www.flgov.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/red-tide.pdf) Executive Order 18-221 will provide significant state funding to local governments and research agencies, and allowing the rapid movement of resources to local communities in response to red tide impacts in Southwest Florida and the Tampa Bay area, according to a statement from the governor's office.
Red Tide was first spotted Monday off the coast of San Diego to Encinitas.
The Committee has praised the measures taken to mitigate the impact of the case of the red tide.
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