Dedication – Fee Held in Public Trust

Where land is surveyed and platted into an addition to a city, in pursuance of the statute, the fee-simple title to the streets and alleys rest in the pubic in trust for the use for which they were dedicated and not for any single individual’s personal use. Jaynes v. Omaha Street Railway Co., 53 Neb. 631, 74 N.W. 67 (1898).