Grants And Gifts To State (Excerpt) Act 145 Of 1901

Published: 2015

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Act 145 of 1901

21.161 Grants and gifts to state; acceptance by governor, report to legislature.

Sec. 1.

Whenever any grant, devise, bequest, donation, gift or assignment of money, bonds or choses in action, or of any property, real or personal, shall be made to this state, the governor is hereby directed to receive and accept the same, so that the right and title to the same shall pass to this state; and all such bonds, notes or choses in action, or the proceeds thereof when collected, and all other property or thing of value, so received by the state as aforesaid, shall be reported by the governor to the legislature, to the end that the same may be covered into the state treasury or appropriated to the State University, or to the public schools, or to such state charities as may be here after directed by law.

History: 1901, Act 145, Eff. Sept. 5, 1901


CL 1915, 282


CL 1929, 341


CL 1948, 21.161

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