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The state historical society is authorized and empowered to accept from the Buffalo Bill state park committee, inc., and hold, in the name of the state, a tract of land not to exceed 12 acres, the exact boundaries of which shall be designated by the state historical society and agreed upon by the owners of said lands. Such lands, insofar as possible shall be the same upon which the original Isaac Cody homestead was filed in accordance with Kansas state records. Such lands shall be acquired for the purpose of establishing and maintaining a suitable historical landmark and memorial to this famous and popular early western hero and that period of important early turbulent history from which all Kansans have inherited their traditional and indomitable spirit. The state historical society shall have the power to do any and all things necessary to carry out the intent and purpose of this act and to make such rules and regulations for the use, enjoyment and government of the premises as may be necessary. Conveyance of said tract of land shall not be accepted until the attorney general shall have examined the abstract of title of said land and determined that such conveyance would convey such land in proper order to the state of Kansas.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Kansas Statutes Chapter 76. State Institutions and Agencies; Historical Property § 76-2033. Same; acquisition by state historical society; rules and regulations; approval of attorney general - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ks/chapter-76-state-institutions-and-agencies-historical-property/ks-st-sect-76-2033/
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