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TITLE 67
STATE GOVERNMENT AND STATE AFFAIRS
CHAPTER 42
STATE PARKS
67-4224.  Duty of board to acquire, develop, and maintain land — Transfer of jurisdiction. It shall be the duty of the board to acquire in the name of the state of Idaho by gift, devise, purchase, agreement, or otherwise, such land as in its judgment may be necessary, suitable and proper for roadside picnic, recreational or park purposes and to control, develop and maintain such land and all existing state parks, state monuments and state recreational areas heretofore established, acquired or designated to be used for such purposes, except state historical monuments. Administrative jurisdiction over all parks, park areas and recreational sites and areas, except wildlife access sites operated by the department of fish and game and roadside picnic areas under the jurisdiction of the department of highways is hereby specifically transferred to the department of parks and recreation.

History:
[67-4224, added 1965, ch. 85, sec. 7, p. 139; am. 1972, ch. 65, sec. 7, p. 108.]


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