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CRUDE OIL AND PETROLEUM Act 16 of 1929 AN ACT to regulate the business of carrying or transporting, buying, selling, or dealing in crude oil or petroleum or its products, or certain substances consisting primarily of carbon dioxide through pipe lines; to authorize the use of public highways and the condemnation of private property; to regulate the purchase and storage of crude oil or petroleum or certain substances consisting primarily of carbon dioxide; to provide for the control and regulation of all corporations, associations, and persons engaged in such business, by the Michigan public service commission; to define the powers and duties of the commission in relation thereto; and to prescribe penalties.
History: 1929, Act 16, Imd. Eff. Mar. 27, 1929
Am. 2014, Act 85, Imd. Eff. Apr. 1, 2014 © 2009 Legislative Council, State of Michigan The People of the State of Michigan enact:
Section 483.1 Section Definitions; crude oil, petroleum, or carbon dioxide substances; buying, selling, or transporting; applicability of subsection (2).
Section 483.2 Section Condemnation for acquisition of right-of-ways; proceedings.
Section 483.2a Section "Pipeline” defined; notice to property owners; offer of easement.
Section 483.2b Section Minimizing physical impact and economic damage; good faith effort by pipeline company.
Section 483.3 Section Control, investigation, and regulation by Michigan public service commission; private business excepted.
Section 483.4 Section Common purchaser defined; purchase without discrimination.
Section 483.5 Section Common carrier defined; carrier without discrimination.
Section 483.6 Section Acceptance of act; plat, filing.
Section 483.7 Section Penalties; civil liability.
Section 483.8 Section Public utilities commission; rules and orders.
Section 483.9 Section Public utilities commission; employment of assistants.
Section 483.11 Section Immediate effect.