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The Respective Powers of the Federal and Local Governments Within Lands Owned or Occupied by the United States

by Peter S. Twitty
Format
Book; Government Document
Published
Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1944.
Language
English
SuDoc Number
N 1.2:L 21
Contents
  • State laws cannot obstruct national uses of lands of the United States
  • Respective constitutional powers of state and federal governments over lands of United States within states
  • How the states may relinquish jurisdiction to the United States
  • When jurisdiction vests in the United States
  • Construction of state statutes relinquishing jurisdiction to the United States
  • concurrent of partial jurisdiction : powers reserved to the states
  • Temporary use of land by the United States : meaning of "acquisition" as used in state cession statutes
  • How federal jurisdiction may be lost
  • Private rights within ceded territory
  • Enforcement of criminal laws in ceded territory
  • Application of state and local tax laws in ceded territory
  • Jurisdiction over the District of Columbia and within federal reservations situated within territories and insular possessions of the United States.
Description
vi, 82 p. incl. tables. 23 cm.
Notes
Seal of the Navy dept., United States of America, on cover.
Technical Details
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