Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1941.
|Chap. 155||Rights of way, Blackfeet Highway, Mont. Acceptance of grant by Montana of concurrent jurisdiction over and connections with Glacier National Park.|
|Chap. 155||Applicability of Federal laws, etc.|
|Sec. 2||Notice to Governor.|
|Sec. 2||Administrative control.|
|Sec. 3||Commissioner for Glacier National Park. Jurisdiction extended.
38 Stat., 699, amended.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the provisions of the act of the Legislature of the State of Montana, approved February 27, 1929, granting to the United States concurrent police jurisdiction over and within all the territory which is now or may
hereafter be included in the rights of way of the Blackfeet Highway, including the highway itself throughout its length between Glacier Park Station and the Canadian boundary line, and including also the rights of way of the highways on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation connecting the Blackfeet Highway with the Glacier National Park road system, including the highways themselves, are hereby accepted, and the laws and regulations of the United States relating to and while in force within the Glacier National Park, so far as applicable, are hereby extended over and within the territory of said rights of way and highways.
The Secretary of the Interior shall notify, in writing, the Governor of the State of Montana of the passage and approval of this Act, and so far as the interests of the United States shall require, the said Secretary shall exercise administrative control and jurisdiction over said rights of way and highways through the National Park Service.
The United States commissioner for the Glacier National Park shall have jurisdiction under the provisions of the Act of August 22, 1914 (38 Stat. 699), of violations of law or the rules and regulations of the Secretary of the Interior in force within said rights of way and highways.
Approved, May 2, 1932.