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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 4185-4187



4185.  The State of California hereby accepts the provisions of the
Clarke-McNary Act (Ch. 348, 43 Stat. 653), as amended, passed by the
Congress of the United States, and entitled "An act to provide for
the protection of forest lands, for the reforestation of denuded
areas, for the extension of national forests, and for other purposes,
in order to promote the continuous production of timber on lands
chiefly suitable therefor," and will observe and comply with the
requirements of that act of Congress.
   The department is the agent of this state for the purposes of the
Clarke-McNary Act. The department shall have full power to cooperate
with all the authorities of the United States which have powers and
duties under the act to do and perform all things necessary to secure
to this state the benefits of the act.



4186.  All money that is received by the state pursuant to the
federal Clarke-McNary Act and that is regularly allotted by the
federal government according to an annual formula shall be paid into
the General Fund. Any supplemental money received from the federal
government pursuant to the federal Clarke-McNary Act for use by the
department for specially designated projects shall be authorized by
the Director of Finance for augmentation of the subitem captioned
"Reimbursements" of the principal item of appropriation from the
General Fund for the support of the department contained in the
Budget Act for the fiscal year during which the supplemental money is
received. However, the Director of Finance shall not authorize the
augmentation sooner than 30 days after notification in writing of the
necessity for the augmentation to the chair of the committee in each
house which considers appropriations and to the Chair of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee or sooner than any lesser time which the
chair of that committee, or the chair's designee, may in each
instance determine.



4187.  A county which enacts an ordinance, as provided in Section
4129, is entitled to any allocation of moneys received by the state
pursuant to the Clarke-McNary Act. Such reimbursement may be provided
for by any statute of this state.

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Statutes > California > Prc > 4185-4187

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 4185-4187



4185.  The State of California hereby accepts the provisions of the
Clarke-McNary Act (Ch. 348, 43 Stat. 653), as amended, passed by the
Congress of the United States, and entitled "An act to provide for
the protection of forest lands, for the reforestation of denuded
areas, for the extension of national forests, and for other purposes,
in order to promote the continuous production of timber on lands
chiefly suitable therefor," and will observe and comply with the
requirements of that act of Congress.
   The department is the agent of this state for the purposes of the
Clarke-McNary Act. The department shall have full power to cooperate
with all the authorities of the United States which have powers and
duties under the act to do and perform all things necessary to secure
to this state the benefits of the act.



4186.  All money that is received by the state pursuant to the
federal Clarke-McNary Act and that is regularly allotted by the
federal government according to an annual formula shall be paid into
the General Fund. Any supplemental money received from the federal
government pursuant to the federal Clarke-McNary Act for use by the
department for specially designated projects shall be authorized by
the Director of Finance for augmentation of the subitem captioned
"Reimbursements" of the principal item of appropriation from the
General Fund for the support of the department contained in the
Budget Act for the fiscal year during which the supplemental money is
received. However, the Director of Finance shall not authorize the
augmentation sooner than 30 days after notification in writing of the
necessity for the augmentation to the chair of the committee in each
house which considers appropriations and to the Chair of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee or sooner than any lesser time which the
chair of that committee, or the chair's designee, may in each
instance determine.



4187.  A county which enacts an ordinance, as provided in Section
4129, is entitled to any allocation of moneys received by the state
pursuant to the Clarke-McNary Act. Such reimbursement may be provided
for by any statute of this state.


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Statutes > California > Prc > 4185-4187

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 4185-4187



4185.  The State of California hereby accepts the provisions of the
Clarke-McNary Act (Ch. 348, 43 Stat. 653), as amended, passed by the
Congress of the United States, and entitled "An act to provide for
the protection of forest lands, for the reforestation of denuded
areas, for the extension of national forests, and for other purposes,
in order to promote the continuous production of timber on lands
chiefly suitable therefor," and will observe and comply with the
requirements of that act of Congress.
   The department is the agent of this state for the purposes of the
Clarke-McNary Act. The department shall have full power to cooperate
with all the authorities of the United States which have powers and
duties under the act to do and perform all things necessary to secure
to this state the benefits of the act.



4186.  All money that is received by the state pursuant to the
federal Clarke-McNary Act and that is regularly allotted by the
federal government according to an annual formula shall be paid into
the General Fund. Any supplemental money received from the federal
government pursuant to the federal Clarke-McNary Act for use by the
department for specially designated projects shall be authorized by
the Director of Finance for augmentation of the subitem captioned
"Reimbursements" of the principal item of appropriation from the
General Fund for the support of the department contained in the
Budget Act for the fiscal year during which the supplemental money is
received. However, the Director of Finance shall not authorize the
augmentation sooner than 30 days after notification in writing of the
necessity for the augmentation to the chair of the committee in each
house which considers appropriations and to the Chair of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee or sooner than any lesser time which the
chair of that committee, or the chair's designee, may in each
instance determine.



4187.  A county which enacts an ordinance, as provided in Section
4129, is entitled to any allocation of moneys received by the state
pursuant to the Clarke-McNary Act. Such reimbursement may be provided
for by any statute of this state.

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