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PROTECTION OF LOGS AND TIMBER Act 238 of 1879 AN ACT to protect logs, lumber and timber, while floating upon the waters in this state, or lying upon the banks or shores thereof, and to repeal consecutive sections number 2009, 2010, 2011, 7627 and 7628 of the Compiled Laws of 1871, relating to the same subject.
History: 1879, Act 238, Eff. Aug. 30, 1879 © 2017 Legislative Council, State of Michigan The People of the State of Michigan enact:
Section 426.151 Section Logs; unlawful moving.
Section 426.152 Section Logs; unlawful destruction or alteration of marks.
Section 426.153 Section Logs; unlawful marking.
Section 426.154 Section Violation of act; penalty.
Section 426.155 Section Reception into booms or manufacture of logs without consent of owner; misdemeanor.
Section 426.156 Section Booming, manufacture, destruction or insertion of marks without consent of owner; civil liability.
Section 426.157 Section Prosecutions; allegations, evidence.
Section 426.158 Section Right to search for and examine logs; penalty for obstruction.
Section 426.159 Section Inapplicability of act.
Section 426.160 Section Logs, timber, boards, planks, spars, boomsticks, spiles, shinglebolts, railroad ties, or fence posts; removal from island, bank, shore, or land; damages; arbitration; judgment; appeal; bonds; forfeiture; sworn statement; public auction; notice; certificate; filing; affidavit; lien.