PICTURED ROCKS NATIONAL LAKESHORE (EXCERPT)
Act 168 of 1967
3.454a Acquisition of concurrent legislative jurisdiction over additional lands and waters; application; description; cessation of jurisdiction; filing of instrument.Sec. 4a.
(1) If the United States desires to acquire concurrent legislative jurisdiction over the lands and waters within the Pictured Rocks national lakeshore that have not previously been ceded under section 4, the United States shall submit an application, in writing, to the governor. Upon receipt of the application, the governor may cede to the United States jurisdiction, not exceeding that requested by the United States, over any or all of the lands or waters for which jurisdiction has been applied, and reserving to this state concurrent jurisdiction as the governor considers appropriate.
(2) An application submitted under subsection (1) shall state the measure of jurisdiction desired and shall be accompanied by an accurate description of the lands or waters, or both, over which jurisdiction is desired and information as to which of the lands are owned by the United States.
(3) The cession of jurisdiction under this section becomes effective when it is accepted on behalf of the United States. Acceptance by the United States shall be indicated in writing upon the instrument of cession by an authorized official of the United States and shall be filed with the secretary of state of this state.
History: Add. 2012, Act 116, Imd. Eff. May 2, 2012
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