MCL - Act 89 of 1927


Act 89 of 1927

AN ACT to promote the agricultural and industrial interests in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan; to create a board of managers for a state fair in the Upper Peninsula; to define the powers and duties thereof; to provide immunity from personal liability for members of the board of managers and its chief administrative officer for action taken in their official capacity; to provide for the transferring to and vesting in the state of Michigan or the people thereof, the title and control of all lands and other property that now is or hereafter may be owned or acquired in the Upper Peninsula for the purpose of holding and conducting an agricultural and industrial state fair; to authorize the leasing or licensed use of facilities for certain purposes, including bingo; to permit and regulate games of skill at the Upper Peninsula state fair; and to provide for an appropriation therefor.

History: 1927, Act 89, Imd. Eff. Apr. 30, 1927 ;-- Am. 1973, Act 100, Imd. Eff. Aug. 8, 1973 ;-- Am. 1975, Act 139, Imd. Eff. July 3, 1975

The People of the State of Michigan enact:
Document Type Description
Section 285.141 Section Upper Peninsula state fair; board of managers; creation; appointment and terms of members; vacancies; compensation and expenses; chairman; appointment and salaries of secretary and treasurer; rules.
Section 285.142 Section Upper Peninsula state fair; board of managers; grants and conveyances; conditions; leasing or conceding fairgrounds or buildings; consideration; duration and termination of lease; prohibition; purpose and arrangement of state fair; disposition of proceeds; report of receipts and expenditures; office of board secretary.
Section 285.143 Section Bingo; lease of facilities.
Section 285.144 Section Games of skill; licensing agreements with concessionaires; criteria; rules; revocation of licensing agreement; liability; payment of judgment.
Section 285.145 Section Games of skill; MCL 750.301 to 750.315 inapplicable.
Section 285.146 Section Rescission of R 285.1101 to R 285.1907.