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§ 35. Cession  of  jurisdiction  to  lands  acquired  for  light-house  purposes.  The jurisdiction to such tracts of land,  not  exceeding  ten  acres,   acquired   by  the  United  States  for  the  construction  and  maintenance  of  light-houses  and  keepers'  dwellings   before   April  eighteenth,  eighteen  hundred sixty-one, or as shall have been acquired  since such date, or as shall be hereafter acquired, upon  the  selection  by  an  authorized  officer  of  the  United States, the approval of the  governor, the filing in the office  of  the  secretary  of  state  of  a  description of the boundaries thereof, with the approval of the governor  indorsed  thereon, and the filing in such office of a map thereof, which  map shall be drawn with pen and India ink upon tracing cloth  and  shall  be  otherwise  in  form  and  manner  suitable to the files, records and  purposes of the office of the secretary of state, is ceded to the United  States, upon condition that the jurisdiction so ceded shall not  prevent  the  execution  thereon  of any process, civil or criminal, issued under  the authority of the state, except as  such  process  might  affect  the  property  of the United States therein, and that such jurisdiction shall  continue in the United States so long only as the land shall be used and  occupied for the purposes of the cession,  unless  the  consent  of  the  state to a different use shall have been granted.

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Statutes > New-york > Stl > Article-3 > 35

§ 35. Cession  of  jurisdiction  to  lands  acquired  for  light-house  purposes.  The jurisdiction to such tracts of land,  not  exceeding  ten  acres,   acquired   by  the  United  States  for  the  construction  and  maintenance  of  light-houses  and  keepers'  dwellings   before   April  eighteenth,  eighteen  hundred sixty-one, or as shall have been acquired  since such date, or as shall be hereafter acquired, upon  the  selection  by  an  authorized  officer  of  the  United States, the approval of the  governor, the filing in the office  of  the  secretary  of  state  of  a  description of the boundaries thereof, with the approval of the governor  indorsed  thereon, and the filing in such office of a map thereof, which  map shall be drawn with pen and India ink upon tracing cloth  and  shall  be  otherwise  in  form  and  manner  suitable to the files, records and  purposes of the office of the secretary of state, is ceded to the United  States, upon condition that the jurisdiction so ceded shall not  prevent  the  execution  thereon  of any process, civil or criminal, issued under  the authority of the state, except as  such  process  might  affect  the  property  of the United States therein, and that such jurisdiction shall  continue in the United States so long only as the land shall be used and  occupied for the purposes of the cession,  unless  the  consent  of  the  state to a different use shall have been granted.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Stl > Article-3 > 35

§ 35. Cession  of  jurisdiction  to  lands  acquired  for  light-house  purposes.  The jurisdiction to such tracts of land,  not  exceeding  ten  acres,   acquired   by  the  United  States  for  the  construction  and  maintenance  of  light-houses  and  keepers'  dwellings   before   April  eighteenth,  eighteen  hundred sixty-one, or as shall have been acquired  since such date, or as shall be hereafter acquired, upon  the  selection  by  an  authorized  officer  of  the  United States, the approval of the  governor, the filing in the office  of  the  secretary  of  state  of  a  description of the boundaries thereof, with the approval of the governor  indorsed  thereon, and the filing in such office of a map thereof, which  map shall be drawn with pen and India ink upon tracing cloth  and  shall  be  otherwise  in  form  and  manner  suitable to the files, records and  purposes of the office of the secretary of state, is ceded to the United  States, upon condition that the jurisdiction so ceded shall not  prevent  the  execution  thereon  of any process, civil or criminal, issued under  the authority of the state, except as  such  process  might  affect  the  property  of the United States therein, and that such jurisdiction shall  continue in the United States so long only as the land shall be used and  occupied for the purposes of the cession,  unless  the  consent  of  the  state to a different use shall have been granted.

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