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§ 104-1. Acquisition of lands for specified purposes authorized; concurrent jurisdiction reserved.
§ 104-2. Unused lands to revert to State.
§ 104-3. Exemption of such lands from taxation.
§ 104-4. Conveyances of such lands to be recorded.
§ 104-5. Forest reserve in North Carolina authorized; powers conferred.
§ 104-6. Acquisition of lands for river and harbor improvement; reservation of right to serve process.
§ 104-7. Acquisition of lands by the United States for customhouses, courthouses, post offices, forts, arsenals, or armories; cession of jurisdiction; exemption from taxation.
§ 104-8. Further authorization of acquisition of land.
§ 104-9. Condition of consent granted in preceding section.
§ 104-10. Migratory bird sanctuaries or other wildlife refuges.
§ 104-11. Utilities Commission to secure rights-of-way, etc., for waterway improvements by use of federal funds.
§ 104-11.1. Governor may accept a retrocession of jurisdiction over federal areas.
§ 104-12. Acquisition of land for inland waterway from Cape Fear River; grant of State lands.
§ 104-13. Utilities Commission to secure right-of-way over private lands; condemnation by United States.
§ 104-14. Use declared paramount public purpose.
§ 104-15. Method of payment of expenses and awards.
§ 104-16. State and United States may enter upon lands for survey, etc.
§ 104-17. Construction, maintenance, etc., of bridges over waterway.
§ 104-18. Concurrent jurisdiction over waterway.
§ 104-19. Acquisition of land for inland waterway from Beaufort Inlet; grant of State lands.
§ 104-20. Utilities Commission to secure right-of-way; condemnation by United States.
§ 104-21. Use declared paramount public purpose.
§ 104-22. Method of payment of expenses and awards.
§ 104-23. Maintenance and operation of bridges over waterway.
§ 104-24. Concurrent jurisdiction over waterway.
§ 104-25. Lands conveyed to United States for inland waterway.
§§ 104-26 through 104-30. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 104-31. Governor authorized to cede jurisdiction.
§ 104-32. Jurisdiction reserved.
§ 104-33. Applicability of Article.