Sec. 1. It shall be lawful for, and the several townships in the state of Michigan are hereby
authorized and empowered to own and acquire by gift or purchase, land for the purpose
of erecting thereon a suitable memorial to soldiers and sailors of any 1 or more of
the wars in which the United States of America has been a participant, and to erect
and own such memorial or receive the same, or money or property for the same, as a
gift. Said memorial may be of such a nature as to be used, maintained and enjoyed in whole
or in part as a museum, library, auditorium or for any other public use or purpose,
and such land may also be used, enjoyed and improved, in whole or in part, as a park,
or the memorial may take such shape or form or be of such a nature as the township
board shall adopt.
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