Revised Statutes of 1846 (EXCERPT)
COMMON JURISDICTION OF CERTAIN COUNTIES.
45.6 Wayne and Monroe counties; common jurisdiction as to Lake Erie.
The counties of Wayne and Monroe shall have jurisdiction, in common, of all offences committed on that part of Lake Erie, which lies within the limits of this state; and such offences may be heard and tried in either of said counties in which legal process against the offender shall be first issued, and in like manner and to the same effect as if such offence had been committed in any other part of either of said counties.
History: R.S. 1846, Ch. 13
CL 1857, 305
CL 1871, 436
CL 1897, 2444
CL 1915, 2246
CL 1929, 1104
CL 1948, 45.6
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