C.R.S. Section 36-3-104
Control of land

  • Carey act fund

The selection, management, and disposal of the land and all such lands as may be granted on or after June 1, 1911, to the state by the United States shall be vested in the state board of land commissioners as constituted, and that board is empowered to accept all moneys upon the part of the state from the purchasers of the land, and to place the same in a fund to be designated as the “Carey act fund”, and to disburse the same as provided in this section. It is empowered to accept from the settlers, filing on lands under the provisions of the acts within the former Southern Ute and Ute Indian reservations, as defined in the amendatory acts of congress of March 1, 1907, and February 24, 1909, the sum of one dollar and twenty-five cents per acre for each acre thereof to be patented and to pay the same into the treasury of the United States. The board is authorized to accept any future grants of such lands by the United States to this state and to agree to and accept on behalf of the state any conditions that may be imposed by the United States in relation thereto.

Source: Section 36-3-104 — Control of land - Carey act fund, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-36.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

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Current through Fall 2024

§ 36-3-104’s source at colorado​.gov