Where one person owns the surface of land, and another the subjacent land, case the title in fee simple to the two pieces of land becomes vested in one person. One cannot have a right as against one self. So soon, however, as the ownership of the two tracts again becomes severed, the natural rights revive.14

76 111. 231, 20 Am. Rep. 243; Mc-Guire v. Grant, 25 N. J. L. 356, 67 Am. Dec. 49; Panton.v. Holland, 17 Johns. (N. Y.) 92. See ante, Sec. 337.

6. Fellowes v. Ctfty of New Haven, 44 Conn. 240, 26 Am. Rep. 447; City of Rome v. Omberg, 28 Ga. 46, 73 Am. Dec. 748; Quincy v. Jones, 76 111. 231; Talcott v. Des Moines, 134 Iowa, 113, 120 Am. St. Rep. 419, 109 N. W. 311; Radcliff's Ex'rs v. City of Brooklyn, 4 N. Y. 195, 53 Am. Dec. 357; Haverstraw v. Eckerson, 192 N. Y. 54, 84 N. E. 578; 2 Dillon. Municipal Corporations (5th Ed.) Sec. 1679.

7. Hanrahan v. Baltimore, 114 Md. 517, 80 Atl. 312; Dyer v. City of St. Paul, 27 Minn. 457, 8 N. W. 272; Stearns v. City of Richmond, 88 Va. 992, 29 Am. St. Rep. 758, 14 S. E. 847; Parke v. City of Seattle, 5 Wash. 1, 34

Am. St. Re.p. 839, 20 L. R. A. 68, 31 Pac. 310, 32 Pac. 82; Dam-koehler v. Milwaukee, 124 Wis. 144, 101 N. W. 706. See also Cincinnati v. Penny, 21 Ohio St. 499, 8 Am. Rep. 73; Keating v. Cincinnati, 38 Ohio St. 141, 43 Am. Rep. 421; 1 Lewis, Eminent Domain (3rd Ed.) Sec. 139.

8. Regan v. Keyes, 204 Mass. 294, 90 N. E. 847; Hirchberg v. Flusser, - N. J. -, 102 Atl. 353; Dorrity v. Rapp, 72 N. H. 307; Post v. Kerwin, 133 N. Y. App. Div. 404, 117 N. Y. Supp. 761; Paltey v. Egan. 122 N. Y. App. Div. 512, 107 N. Y. Supp. 444; Post v. Kerwin, 133 N. Y. App. Div. 404, 117 N. Y. Supp. 761; Foster v. Zampieri, 140 N. Y. App. Div. 471, 125 N. Y. Supp. 422.

8a. See Freund, Police Power, Sec. 424.