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The jurisdiction of the State over certain lands designated in the following statutes is subject to the cession of jurisdiction granted the United States by such statutes:
(a) Statutes of 1854, Chapter 43, concerning Mare Island.
(b) Statutes of 1859, Chapter 305, concerning Lime Point Bluff.
(c) Statutes of 1861, Chapter 255, concerning land in the Counties of Marin, Mendocino, Humboldt, and Klamath.
(d) Statutes of 1867-8, Chapter 76, concerning the site of the United States Mint in San Francisco.
(e) Statutes of 1891, Chapter 106, concerning certain park and forest reservations.
(f) Statutes of 1906 (Extraordinary Session), Chapter 58, concerning land in San Diego County.
(g) Statutes of 1911, Chapter 675, concerning land in Riverside County.
(h) Statutes of 1919, Chapter 51, concerning Yosemite National Park, Sequoia National Park, and General Grant National Park.
(i) Statutes of 1927, Chapter 207, concerning Lassen Volcanic National Park.
(j) Statutes of 1933, Chapter 845, concerning land in Lassen County.
(k) Statutes of 1935, Chapter 328, concerning land particularly described therein.
(l) Statutes of 1935, Chapter 340, concerning land in Solano County, adjacent to Benicia Arsenal Reservation.
(m) Statutes of 1935, Chapter 580, concerning Benicia Arsenal Reservation, and adjacent land.
(n) Statutes of 1941, Chapter 308, concerning an easement for lighthouse purposes in Ventura County.
(o) Statutes of 1942 (Second Extraordinary Session), Chapter 3, concerning Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay.
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