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CHAPTER 10 - UNITED STATES LANDS

 

ARTICLE 1 - IN GENERAL

 

36-10-101. Authority to acquire state lands; reservation of mineralrights.

 

TheUnited States shall be and is authorized to acquire by purchase or condemnationor otherwise, any land in this state required for public buildings, customhouses, arsenals, national cemeteries, or other purposes essential to thenational defense in necessary use of said land by armed naval, air or landforces, or land to be physically occupied by the Boysen Dam, its reservoir,power plant and distribution systems, or lands to be physically occupied bydams, reservoirs, power plants and distribution systems in United Statesreclamation service projects, and the state of Wyoming hereby consents thereto,provided that the mineral content of lands so acquired, if owners thereof soelect, shall be reserved to such owners.

 

36-10-102. Jurisdiction ceded to United States.

 

Thejurisdiction of the state of Wyoming in and over any land so acquired by theUnited States shall be, and the same is hereby ceded to the United States, butthe jurisdiction so ceded shall continue no longer than the said United Statesshall own the said land.

 

36-10-103. Retention of concurrent jurisdiction by state.

 

Thesaid consent is given and the said jurisdiction ceded upon the expresscondition that the state of Wyoming shall retain concurrent jurisdiction withthe United States in and over the said land, so far as that all civil process,in all cases, and such criminal and other process as may issue under the lawsor authority of the state of Wyoming against any person or persons charged withcrimes or misdemeanors committed within said state, may be executed therein inthe same way and manner as if such consent had not been given or jurisdictionceded, except so far as such process may affect the real or personal propertyof the United States.

 

36-10-104. When jurisdiction vests; exoneration from taxes, assessmentsand other charges.

 

Thejurisdiction hereby ceded shall not vest until the United States shall haveacquired the title to the said lands by purchase or condemnation or otherwise,and so long as the said land shall remain the property of the United Stateswhen acquired as aforesaid, and no longer, the same shall be and continueexonerated from all taxes, assessments and other charges which may be levied orimposed under the authority of this state.

 

36-10-105. Rights-of-way.

 

Thereis hereby granted over all the lands now owned by the state of Wyoming, andwhich may hereafter be owned by the state of Wyoming, a right-of-way for publicutility facilities constructed by and under the authority of the United States.Any right-of-way desired by the United States shall be surveyed and platted andcertified maps and plats of the right-of-way filed with the board of landcommissioners, the maps and plats to be in conformity with the requirements ofW.S. 37-9-201 [repealed], regarding rights-of-way for railroad corporations. Nofee other than fair market value for the easements as determined by the boardof land commissioners shall be requested for the filing of the maps and plats.All conveyances by the state of any of its lands, which may hereafter be made,shall contain a reservation for rights-of-way provided for in this sectiongranted prior to July 1, 1981.

 

36-10-106. Yellowstone National Park; reservation of jurisdiction byUnited States.

 

Bysection 2 of the Act of Admission of the state of Wyoming, 26 United StatesStatutes at Large, 222, chapter 664, the United States of America reservedexclusive control and jurisdiction over Yellowstone National Park and futureadditions to Yellowstone National Park. The boundaries of Yellowstone NationalPark at the time of admission were defined in 17 United States Statutes atLarge 32.

 

36-10-107. Yellowstone National Park; boundary revision.

 

OnMarch 1, 1929, the congress of the United States by the passage of an act setout in 45 United States Statutes at Large 1435 revised the boundaries ofYellowstone National Park.

 

36-10-108. Yellowstone National Park; jurisdiction ceded to state.

 

Byreason of the act of March 1, 1929, as set out in 45 United States Statutes atLarge 1435, revising the boundaries of Yellowstone National Park, the UnitedStates of America ceded exclusive jurisdiction to the state of Wyoming overthat part of Yellowstone National Park which was in the original boundaries ofYellowstone National Park, but which was without the revised boundaries ofYellowstone National Park, upon the acceptance of said exclusive jurisdictionby the state of Wyoming.

 

36-10-109. Yellowstone National Park; acceptance of jurisdiction bystate.

 

Thestate of Wyoming hereby accepts jurisdiction for all purposes whatsoever overthe lands included within the original boundaries of Yellowstone National Parkas described in 17 United States Statutes at Large 32 but excluded from therevised boundaries of Yellowstone National Park as described in 45 UnitedStates Statutes at Large 1435.

 

ARTICLE 2 - GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK

 

36-10-201. Present funds to be paid to treasurer of Teton county.

 

Allfunds now held by the treasurer of the state of Wyoming, which have beenreceived by the state of Wyoming from the United States under Public Law787-81st congress (which is known as an act to establish a new Grand TetonNational Park in the state of Wyoming, and for other purposes) shall beimmediately paid by the state treasurer to the treasurer of Teton county,Wyoming.

 

36-10-202. Subsequent funds received to be paid to treasurer of Tetoncounty.

 

Allfunds hereafter received by the state of Wyoming from the United States underaforesaid act shall be paid by the state treasurer to the treasurer of Tetoncounty, Wyoming, as soon as received.

 

36-10-203. Crediting and distribution of funds received by treasurer ofTeton county.

 

Thetreasurer of Teton county, Wyoming, shall credit all funds so received to thevarious tax districts of said county in the proportion that the assessedvaluation each tax district bears to the total assessed valuation of thecounty; and shall distribute the funds so credited to the various funds of thetax districts in accordance with the distribution chart of the year in whichsuch funds are received by the county treasurer. Provided, that the state ofWyoming shall each year receive from Teton county the same proportion of saidfunds and in the same manner as if such funds had been received by Teton countyin payment of taxes.

 

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wyoming > Title36 > Chapter10

CHAPTER 10 - UNITED STATES LANDS

 

ARTICLE 1 - IN GENERAL

 

36-10-101. Authority to acquire state lands; reservation of mineralrights.

 

TheUnited States shall be and is authorized to acquire by purchase or condemnationor otherwise, any land in this state required for public buildings, customhouses, arsenals, national cemeteries, or other purposes essential to thenational defense in necessary use of said land by armed naval, air or landforces, or land to be physically occupied by the Boysen Dam, its reservoir,power plant and distribution systems, or lands to be physically occupied bydams, reservoirs, power plants and distribution systems in United Statesreclamation service projects, and the state of Wyoming hereby consents thereto,provided that the mineral content of lands so acquired, if owners thereof soelect, shall be reserved to such owners.

 

36-10-102. Jurisdiction ceded to United States.

 

Thejurisdiction of the state of Wyoming in and over any land so acquired by theUnited States shall be, and the same is hereby ceded to the United States, butthe jurisdiction so ceded shall continue no longer than the said United Statesshall own the said land.

 

36-10-103. Retention of concurrent jurisdiction by state.

 

Thesaid consent is given and the said jurisdiction ceded upon the expresscondition that the state of Wyoming shall retain concurrent jurisdiction withthe United States in and over the said land, so far as that all civil process,in all cases, and such criminal and other process as may issue under the lawsor authority of the state of Wyoming against any person or persons charged withcrimes or misdemeanors committed within said state, may be executed therein inthe same way and manner as if such consent had not been given or jurisdictionceded, except so far as such process may affect the real or personal propertyof the United States.

 

36-10-104. When jurisdiction vests; exoneration from taxes, assessmentsand other charges.

 

Thejurisdiction hereby ceded shall not vest until the United States shall haveacquired the title to the said lands by purchase or condemnation or otherwise,and so long as the said land shall remain the property of the United Stateswhen acquired as aforesaid, and no longer, the same shall be and continueexonerated from all taxes, assessments and other charges which may be levied orimposed under the authority of this state.

 

36-10-105. Rights-of-way.

 

Thereis hereby granted over all the lands now owned by the state of Wyoming, andwhich may hereafter be owned by the state of Wyoming, a right-of-way for publicutility facilities constructed by and under the authority of the United States.Any right-of-way desired by the United States shall be surveyed and platted andcertified maps and plats of the right-of-way filed with the board of landcommissioners, the maps and plats to be in conformity with the requirements ofW.S. 37-9-201 [repealed], regarding rights-of-way for railroad corporations. Nofee other than fair market value for the easements as determined by the boardof land commissioners shall be requested for the filing of the maps and plats.All conveyances by the state of any of its lands, which may hereafter be made,shall contain a reservation for rights-of-way provided for in this sectiongranted prior to July 1, 1981.

 

36-10-106. Yellowstone National Park; reservation of jurisdiction byUnited States.

 

Bysection 2 of the Act of Admission of the state of Wyoming, 26 United StatesStatutes at Large, 222, chapter 664, the United States of America reservedexclusive control and jurisdiction over Yellowstone National Park and futureadditions to Yellowstone National Park. The boundaries of Yellowstone NationalPark at the time of admission were defined in 17 United States Statutes atLarge 32.

 

36-10-107. Yellowstone National Park; boundary revision.

 

OnMarch 1, 1929, the congress of the United States by the passage of an act setout in 45 United States Statutes at Large 1435 revised the boundaries ofYellowstone National Park.

 

36-10-108. Yellowstone National Park; jurisdiction ceded to state.

 

Byreason of the act of March 1, 1929, as set out in 45 United States Statutes atLarge 1435, revising the boundaries of Yellowstone National Park, the UnitedStates of America ceded exclusive jurisdiction to the state of Wyoming overthat part of Yellowstone National Park which was in the original boundaries ofYellowstone National Park, but which was without the revised boundaries ofYellowstone National Park, upon the acceptance of said exclusive jurisdictionby the state of Wyoming.

 

36-10-109. Yellowstone National Park; acceptance of jurisdiction bystate.

 

Thestate of Wyoming hereby accepts jurisdiction for all purposes whatsoever overthe lands included within the original boundaries of Yellowstone National Parkas described in 17 United States Statutes at Large 32 but excluded from therevised boundaries of Yellowstone National Park as described in 45 UnitedStates Statutes at Large 1435.

 

ARTICLE 2 - GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK

 

36-10-201. Present funds to be paid to treasurer of Teton county.

 

Allfunds now held by the treasurer of the state of Wyoming, which have beenreceived by the state of Wyoming from the United States under Public Law787-81st congress (which is known as an act to establish a new Grand TetonNational Park in the state of Wyoming, and for other purposes) shall beimmediately paid by the state treasurer to the treasurer of Teton county,Wyoming.

 

36-10-202. Subsequent funds received to be paid to treasurer of Tetoncounty.

 

Allfunds hereafter received by the state of Wyoming from the United States underaforesaid act shall be paid by the state treasurer to the treasurer of Tetoncounty, Wyoming, as soon as received.

 

36-10-203. Crediting and distribution of funds received by treasurer ofTeton county.

 

Thetreasurer of Teton county, Wyoming, shall credit all funds so received to thevarious tax districts of said county in the proportion that the assessedvaluation each tax district bears to the total assessed valuation of thecounty; and shall distribute the funds so credited to the various funds of thetax districts in accordance with the distribution chart of the year in whichsuch funds are received by the county treasurer. Provided, that the state ofWyoming shall each year receive from Teton county the same proportion of saidfunds and in the same manner as if such funds had been received by Teton countyin payment of taxes.

 


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Statutes > Wyoming > Title36 > Chapter10

CHAPTER 10 - UNITED STATES LANDS

 

ARTICLE 1 - IN GENERAL

 

36-10-101. Authority to acquire state lands; reservation of mineralrights.

 

TheUnited States shall be and is authorized to acquire by purchase or condemnationor otherwise, any land in this state required for public buildings, customhouses, arsenals, national cemeteries, or other purposes essential to thenational defense in necessary use of said land by armed naval, air or landforces, or land to be physically occupied by the Boysen Dam, its reservoir,power plant and distribution systems, or lands to be physically occupied bydams, reservoirs, power plants and distribution systems in United Statesreclamation service projects, and the state of Wyoming hereby consents thereto,provided that the mineral content of lands so acquired, if owners thereof soelect, shall be reserved to such owners.

 

36-10-102. Jurisdiction ceded to United States.

 

Thejurisdiction of the state of Wyoming in and over any land so acquired by theUnited States shall be, and the same is hereby ceded to the United States, butthe jurisdiction so ceded shall continue no longer than the said United Statesshall own the said land.

 

36-10-103. Retention of concurrent jurisdiction by state.

 

Thesaid consent is given and the said jurisdiction ceded upon the expresscondition that the state of Wyoming shall retain concurrent jurisdiction withthe United States in and over the said land, so far as that all civil process,in all cases, and such criminal and other process as may issue under the lawsor authority of the state of Wyoming against any person or persons charged withcrimes or misdemeanors committed within said state, may be executed therein inthe same way and manner as if such consent had not been given or jurisdictionceded, except so far as such process may affect the real or personal propertyof the United States.

 

36-10-104. When jurisdiction vests; exoneration from taxes, assessmentsand other charges.

 

Thejurisdiction hereby ceded shall not vest until the United States shall haveacquired the title to the said lands by purchase or condemnation or otherwise,and so long as the said land shall remain the property of the United Stateswhen acquired as aforesaid, and no longer, the same shall be and continueexonerated from all taxes, assessments and other charges which may be levied orimposed under the authority of this state.

 

36-10-105. Rights-of-way.

 

Thereis hereby granted over all the lands now owned by the state of Wyoming, andwhich may hereafter be owned by the state of Wyoming, a right-of-way for publicutility facilities constructed by and under the authority of the United States.Any right-of-way desired by the United States shall be surveyed and platted andcertified maps and plats of the right-of-way filed with the board of landcommissioners, the maps and plats to be in conformity with the requirements ofW.S. 37-9-201 [repealed], regarding rights-of-way for railroad corporations. Nofee other than fair market value for the easements as determined by the boardof land commissioners shall be requested for the filing of the maps and plats.All conveyances by the state of any of its lands, which may hereafter be made,shall contain a reservation for rights-of-way provided for in this sectiongranted prior to July 1, 1981.

 

36-10-106. Yellowstone National Park; reservation of jurisdiction byUnited States.

 

Bysection 2 of the Act of Admission of the state of Wyoming, 26 United StatesStatutes at Large, 222, chapter 664, the United States of America reservedexclusive control and jurisdiction over Yellowstone National Park and futureadditions to Yellowstone National Park. The boundaries of Yellowstone NationalPark at the time of admission were defined in 17 United States Statutes atLarge 32.

 

36-10-107. Yellowstone National Park; boundary revision.

 

OnMarch 1, 1929, the congress of the United States by the passage of an act setout in 45 United States Statutes at Large 1435 revised the boundaries ofYellowstone National Park.

 

36-10-108. Yellowstone National Park; jurisdiction ceded to state.

 

Byreason of the act of March 1, 1929, as set out in 45 United States Statutes atLarge 1435, revising the boundaries of Yellowstone National Park, the UnitedStates of America ceded exclusive jurisdiction to the state of Wyoming overthat part of Yellowstone National Park which was in the original boundaries ofYellowstone National Park, but which was without the revised boundaries ofYellowstone National Park, upon the acceptance of said exclusive jurisdictionby the state of Wyoming.

 

36-10-109. Yellowstone National Park; acceptance of jurisdiction bystate.

 

Thestate of Wyoming hereby accepts jurisdiction for all purposes whatsoever overthe lands included within the original boundaries of Yellowstone National Parkas described in 17 United States Statutes at Large 32 but excluded from therevised boundaries of Yellowstone National Park as described in 45 UnitedStates Statutes at Large 1435.

 

ARTICLE 2 - GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK

 

36-10-201. Present funds to be paid to treasurer of Teton county.

 

Allfunds now held by the treasurer of the state of Wyoming, which have beenreceived by the state of Wyoming from the United States under Public Law787-81st congress (which is known as an act to establish a new Grand TetonNational Park in the state of Wyoming, and for other purposes) shall beimmediately paid by the state treasurer to the treasurer of Teton county,Wyoming.

 

36-10-202. Subsequent funds received to be paid to treasurer of Tetoncounty.

 

Allfunds hereafter received by the state of Wyoming from the United States underaforesaid act shall be paid by the state treasurer to the treasurer of Tetoncounty, Wyoming, as soon as received.

 

36-10-203. Crediting and distribution of funds received by treasurer ofTeton county.

 

Thetreasurer of Teton county, Wyoming, shall credit all funds so received to thevarious tax districts of said county in the proportion that the assessedvaluation each tax district bears to the total assessed valuation of thecounty; and shall distribute the funds so credited to the various funds of thetax districts in accordance with the distribution chart of the year in whichsuch funds are received by the county treasurer. Provided, that the state ofWyoming shall each year receive from Teton county the same proportion of saidfunds and in the same manner as if such funds had been received by Teton countyin payment of taxes.

 

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