The department may transfer, for care and control, including police protection, any
lands or rights or easements or interest in land held by it under sections thirty-three and thirty-five to any city, town, county, or local board of a city or town within the urban parks
district, with the consent of such city, town, county or board, and upon such terms
and for such period as may mutually be agreed upon, and enter into an agreement with
any such city, town, county or board for the joint care and control or police protection
of such lands or rights therein, and also for laying out, constructing and maintaining
ways into or across any such lands; and any city, town, or county, or any local board
within the urban parks district, may transfer, for care and control, including police
protection, any land, rights, easements or interest in land in its control, although
the same be already a part of a public way owned or controlled by it, to the department
for such period and upon such terms as may mutually be agreed upon, and may enter
into an agreement with the department for the joint care and control, including police
protection, of such land or public way. All the provisions of section thirty-six shall apply in the case of any public way within the limits of such land as may be
transferred, for care and control under this section, to the department, to the same
extent as though such way were a boulevard maintained by the division under section thirty-five.
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