U.s. Biological Survey Lands (Excerpt) Act 187 Of 1937


Published: 2015

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U.S. BIOLOGICAL SURVEY LANDS (EXCERPT)
Act 187 of 1937

3.381 Conveyance of state lands to be used by United States biological survey; description.

Sec. 1.

The director of conservation of the state of Michigan is hereby authorized and empowered to convey by quit claim deed or deeds for and in behalf of the state of Michigan, such title to the following described lands as is vested in the state of Michigan to the United States of America, to be used by the United States biological survey, all of lots number 108 and 110 as shown on sheet number 16, middle channel of the St. Clair flats survey under Act No. 175 of the Public Acts of 1899, situated in the so-called St. Clair flats, county of St. Clair, state of Michigan.


History: 1937, Act 187, Imd. Eff. July 14, 1937

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CL 1948, 3.381
Compiler's Notes: Act 175 of 1899, referred to in this section, was superseded by Act 215 of 1909, which in turn was repealed by Act 326 of 1913. For provisions of Act 326 of 1913, see MCL 322.401 et seq.

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