THE MICHIGAN PENAL CODE (EXCERPT)
Act 328 of 1931
750.526 Riots and unlawful assemblies; armed force in dispersing to execute order of certain officials.
Control of armed force—Whenever an armed force shall be called out in the manner provided by law for the purpose of suppressing any tumult or riot, or to disperse any body of men acting together by force, and with intent to commit any felony, or to offer violence to persons or property, or with intent, by force or violence, to resist or oppose the execution of the laws of this state, such armed force, when they shall arrive at the place of such unlawful, riotous or tumultuous assembly, shall obey such orders for suppressing the riot or tumult, and for dispersing and arresting all persons who are committing any of the said offenses, as they may have received from the governor, or from any judge of a court of record, or the sheriff of the county, any chief of police or his duly authorized representative, or any member of the Michigan state police, and also such further orders as they shall there receive from any 2 of the magistrates or officers mentioned in the first section of this chapter.
History: 1931, Act 328, Eff. Sept. 18, 1931
Am. 1941, Act 106, Eff. Jan. 10, 1942
CL 1948, 750.526
Former Law: See section 6 of Ch. 157 of R.S. 1846, being CL 1857, § 5852; CL 1871, § 7686; How., § 9269; CL 1897, § 11339; CL 1915, § 15006; and CL 1929, § 16603.
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