The State of North Carolina retains concurrent jurisdiction with the United States
over any lands acquired and held in pursuance of the provisions of this Chapter, so
far as that all civil and criminal process issued under authority of any law of this
State may be executed in any part of the premises so acquired for such inland waterway,
or for the buildings or constructions thereon erected for the purposes of such inland
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