General and Special Statutes 1850 -1946

This database is a list of the principal cession and retrocession statutes. Definitions of the various types of legislative jurisdiction, as well as the Legislative Jurisdiction Database, can be found on the Federal Legislative Jurisdiction page.



Line_Number California_Statute Effective_Date_of_Statute Type_of_Jurisdiction_Ceded Lands_Affected Amended_or_Repealed File
1Stats. 1852, ch. 76, §§ 1-2, p. 149.27-Apr-1852ExclusiveGeneral Consent to Purchase StatuteStats. 1942, ch. 134, § 500000, p. 1009.
2Stats. 1854, ch. 43, §§ 1-4, p. 48.3-May-1854ExclusiveNaval Shipyard, Mare Island, Solano County
3Stats. 1855, ch. 41, § 1, p. 45.14-Mar-1855ExclusiveBenicia Aresenal, Solano County
4Stats. 1859, ch. 305, §§ 1-3, p. 334.16-Apr-1859ExclusiveLime Point Bluff extending to 500 yards below low water in Marin County.
5Stats. 1861, ch. 255, §§ 1-4, p. 259.29-Apr-1861ExclusiveTracts in Marin, Mendocino, Humboldt, and Klamath Counties for the erection of lighthouses and navigational aids.
6Stats. 1867-68, ch. 76, §§ 1-2, p. 67.21-Feb-1868ExclusiveU.S. Mint, San Francisco County
7Stats. 1872, Political Code § 33.2/14/1905 12:00:00 AMNoneEnactment of Pol. C. § 33 setting forth the extent of and limitations on state sovereign jurisdiction by cessions. Later codified as Govt. C. §§ 110 and 115.Stats. 1943, ch. 134, § 110, p. 896
8Stats. 1872, Political Code § 34.2/14/1905 12:00:00 AMExclusiveGeneral Consent to Purchase StatuteStats. 1939, ch. 710, § 1, p. 2231.
9Stats. 1873-74, ch. 445, §§ 1-2, p. 621.26-Mar-1874ExclusiveAuthorizes Governor to convey title and cede jurisdiction to the U.S. over lands needed for lighthouses and navigational aids.Stats. 1907, ch. 310, § 1, p. 581.
10Stats. 1891, ch. 181, §§ 1-2, p. 262.31-Mar-1891ExclusiveGeneral Cession StatuteStats. 1943, ch. 134, § 113, p. 896.
11Stats. 1897, ch. 56, §§ 1-2, p. 51.2-Mar-1897ExclusiveGeneral Cession Statute for lands taken from public domain and used for military purposes.Stats. 1943, ch. 134, § 114, p. 896.
12Stats. 1906, Ex. Sess., ch. 58, §§ 1-5, p. 77.6/6/1906 12:00:00 AMExclusiveTidelands in San Diego Bay adjacent to historic Quarantine Station on Point Loma
13Stats. 1907, ch. 310, §§ 1-2, p. 581.3/18/1907 12:00:00 AMExclusivePolitical Code sec. 35 authorizing Governor to convey title and cede jurisdiction to the U.S. over lands needed for lighthouses and navigational aids.Stats. 1943, ch. 609, § 1, p. 2191.
14Stats. 1911, ch. 675, §§ 1-3, p. 1304.5/1/1911 12:00:00 AMExclusive. Grant of Tract 8, Rancho San Jacinto Viejo, Riverside County to United States for Soboda Indians.
15Stats. 1917, ch. 507, § 1, p. 626.7/27/1917 12:00:00 AMRetrocession. Proprietorial jurisdiction established.Temporary retrocession for area of Panama Pacific Exposition for its duration within Presidio of San Francisco. See 38 US Stats. 783.
16Stats. 1917, ch. 605, §§ 1-5, p. 933. 7/27/1917 12:00:00 AMExclusiveJurisdiction ceded over lands acquired by local government for conveyance to United States for military purposes.
17Stats. 1919, ch. 51, § 1, p. 74.7/22/1919 12:00:00 AMPartial. Reserves the right to tax persons and corporations and their property, to collect fishing license fees and to vote.Yosemite, Sequoia and General Grant (Kings Canyon) National Parks. Acceptance of United States at 41 US Stats 731.
18Stats. 1919, ch. 82, §§ 1-4, p. 125.7/22/1919 12:00:00 AMExclusive Jurisdiction ceded over lands acquired by local government for conveyance to United States for military purposes.Stats. 1921, ch. 35, § 4, p. 125.
19Stats. 1921, ch. 35, §§ 1-5, p. 34.4/2/1921 12:00:00 AMExclusiveJurisdiction ceded over lands acquired by local government for conveyance to United States for military purposes.Stats. 1921, ch. 459, p. 34.
20Stats. 1921, ch. 43, §§ 1-2, p. 54.7/29/1921 12:00:00 AMExcluisive implied based on ratification of grant pursuant to Stats. 1919, ch. 82.Ratification of grant by City of San Diego to United States of lands used for Naval Hospital at Balboa Park, San Diego.
21Stats. 1921, ch. 44, § 1, p. 55.7/29/1921 12:00:00 AMExcluisive implied based on ratification of grant pursuant to Stats. 1919, ch. 82.Ratification of grant by City of San Diego to United States of lands used for Naval Supply Depot in San Diego.
22Stats. 1921, ch. 45, § 1, p. 55.7/29/1921 12:00:00 AMExcluisive implied based on ratification of grant pursuant to Stats. 1919, ch. 82.Ratification of grant by City of San Diego to United States of lands used for Naval Training Center in San Diego.
23Stats. 1921, ch. 46, § 1, p. 56.7/29/1921 12:00:00 AMExcluisive implied based on ratification of grant pursuant to Stats. 1919, ch. 82.Ratification of grant by City of San Diego to United States of lands used for Naval Station in San Diego.
24Stats. 1921, ch. 459, §§ 1-4, p. 682.7/29/1921 12:00:00 AMExclusiveJurisdiction ceded over lands acquired by local government for conveyance to United States for military purposes.Stats. 1929, ch. 800, p. 1643.
25Stats. 1925, ch. 345, § 1, p. 622.5/23/1925 12:00:00 AMExcluisive implied based on ratification of grant pursuant to Stats. 1919, ch. 82.Ratification of grant by City of San Diego of tidelands to United States of land used for dry dock facility in San Diego.
26Stats. 1927, ch. 207, § 1, p. 376.7/29/1929 12:00:00 AMPartial. Reservation of power to tax, fix and collect fishing license fees and the right to vote in state elections.Lassen National Park
27Stats. 1929, ch. 527, §§ 1-3, p. 909.8/14/1929 12:00:00 AMPartial. Reservation of state rights, privileges and immunities compatible with federal law relating to the refuges.Lands acquired pursuant to Federal Migratory Bird Conservation Act approved February 18, 1929. See former Fish & Game Code §§ 375 - 379 and present Fish & Game Code § 10680 et seq.
28Stats. 1929, ch. 800, §§ 1-2, p. 1643.8/14/1929 12:00:00 AMExclusiveAmends Chapter 459, Statutes of 1921 ceding jurisdiction over lands acquired by local government for conveyance to United States for military purposes.
29Stats. 1931, ch. 198, §§ 1-5, p. 362.14-Aug-1931Exclusive.Amends Chapter 459, Statutes of 1921 ceding jurisdiction over lands acquired by local government for conveyance to United States for military purposes.
30Stats. 1931, Sen. Jt. Res. No. 1, ch. 7, p. 634.1/19/1931 12:00:00 AMRetrocession Petition.Petition to Congress for Retrocession over Rights of Way for the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco and Marin Counties.
31Stats. 1931, Sen. Jt. Res. No. 11, ch. 35, p. 2815. 3/11/1931 12:00:00 AMRetrocession Petition.Petition to Congress for Retrocession over Rights of Way for the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco and Marin Counties.
32Stats. 1931, Sen. Jt. Res. No. 16, ch. 48, p. 2939. 4/29/1931 12:00:00 AMRetrocession Petition.Petition to Congress for Retrocession over Rights of Way for the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco and Marin Counties.
33Stats. 1933, ch. 73, §§ 375-377, p. 394, 434.8/21/1933 12:00:00 AMPartial. Reservation of state rights, privileges and immunities compatible with federal law relating to the refuges.Amendment and restatement. Lands acquired pursuant to Federal Migratory Bird Conservation Act approved February 18, 1929. See former Fish & Game Code §§ 375 - 379 and present Fish & Game Code § 10680 et seq.
34Stats. 1933, Sen. Jt. Res. No. 31, ch. 125, p. 3260. 7/24/1933 12:00:00 AMRetrocession Petition.Petition to Congress for Retrocession over Rights of Way for the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco and Marin Counties.
35Stats. 1934, Ex. Sess., ch. 3, § 1, p. 4.12/15/1934 12:00:00 AMPartial. Reserves the right to tax persons and their property.National forests established, consolidated or entended under Act of March 1, 1911 (Weeks Act). Later first codified as Govt. C. § 112 and then as part of Govt. C. § 126.Stats. 1947, ch. 1532, §§ 1-4, p. 3163.
36Stats. 1935, ch. 29, § 77, p. 248, 252.9/15/1935 12:00:00 AMRetrocessionRetrocessions over roadway easements granted by the United States to California or its subdivisions.
37Stats. 1935, ch. 144, p. 496.9/15/1935 12:00:00 AMNone.Enactment of Streets & Highways Code Section 77 requiring State to petition for a retrocession of jurisdiction over roads through military reservations.Stats. 1967, ch. 1310, §§ 2 & 4, p. 3133.
38Stats. 1935, ch. 328, §§ 1-3, p. 1088.9/15/1935 12:00:00 AMPartial. Reservation of the right to tax and license persons and corporations and their property.Grant of lands to United States for creation of a desert national park or monument.
39Stats. 1935, ch. 340, §§ 1-2, p. 1175.9/15/1935 12:00:00 AMPartial. Reservation of the right to tax and license persons and corporations and their property.Grant of tidelands at Benicia Arsenal, Solano County.
40Stats. 1935, ch. 580, §§ 1-2, p. 1672.9/15/1935 12:00:00 AMExclusive.Grant of tidelands at Benicia Arsenal, Solano County; exclusive jurisdiction over them and public domain lands.
41Stats. 1935, ch. 828, §§ 1-3, p. 2246.9/15/1935 12:00:00 AMProprietorial.Acceptance of retrocession of jurisdiction over Rights of way for the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco and Marin Counties.
42Stats. 1935, Sen. Jt. Res. No. 6, ch. 21, p. 2402. 1/24/1935 12:00:00 AMRetrocession PetitionPetition to Congress for Retrocession over Rights of Way for the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco and Marin Counties. Acceptance of grant of right of way. c.f. 49 Stats. 1108.
43Stats. 1938, Assem. Jt. Res. No. 2, ch. 11, p. 155.6/16/1938 12:00:00 AMRetrocession PetitionProposed retrocession of jurisdiction over Rights of Way (Funston Ave. approach) for the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco and Marin Counties. c.f. 49 Stats. 1108.
44Stats. 1939, ch. 710, § 1, p. 2231.9/19/1938 12:00:00 AMPartial. Reservation of the right to tax persons and their property.General Consent to Purchase Statute. Act amends Political Code Section 34. Stats, 1943, ch. 134, § 110, p. 896.
45Stats. 1941, ch. 226, § 1, p. 1296.5/7/1941 12:00:00 AMRetrocessionRetrocessions over roadway easements granted by the United States to California or its subdivisions.
46Stats. 1941, ch. 308, § 1, p. 1453.9/13/1941 12:00:00 AMExclusive.Easement for lighthouse on filled tidelands at Point Hueneme, Ventura County
47Stats. 1942, 2d. Ex. Sess., ch. 3, §§ 1-4, p. 101.1/31/1932 12:00:00 AMPartial. Right to tax reserved to State.Treasure Island, San Francisco County.
48Stats. 1943, ch. 134, § 500000, p. 10009.4-Aug-1942NoneRepeal of Stats. 1852, ch. 76 ceding exclusive jurisdiction over lands purchased by the United States.
49Stats. 1943, ch. 96, §§ 1-3, p. 801.8/4/1943 12:00:00 AMPartial. Reserves the right to tax persons and corporations and their property, to collect fishing license fees and to vote.Enacts Govt. C. § 119 ceding jurisdiction at Kings Canyon National Park.
50Stats. 1943, ch. 134, § 100, p. 898.8/4/1943 12:00:00 AMNone.Govt. C. § 100. Sovereignty of the State resides in the people.
51Stats. 1943, ch. 134, § 110, p. 898.8/4/1943 12:00:00 AMNone.Govt. C. § 110. Sets for the extent of and limitations on state sovereign jurisdiction by cessions to the United States.Pol. C. § 33
52Stats. 1943, ch. 134, § 111, p. 898.8/4/1943 12:00:00 AMPartial. Right to tax reserved to State.Govt. C. § 111. General consent to purchase statute implementing Clause 17 of Section 8 of Article 1 of the United States Constitution.Stats. 1947, ch. 1532, §§ 1-4, p. 3163.
53Stats. 1943, ch. 134, § 112, p. 898.8/4/1943 12:00:00 AMPartial. Right to tax reserved to State.Govt. C. § 112. General consent to purchase statute for forests lands acquired under Act of March 1, 1911 concerning national forests. Stats. 1947, ch. 1532, §§ 1-4, p. 3163.
54Stats. 1943, ch. 134, § 113, p. 898.8/4/1943 12:00:00 AMPartial. Right to tax reserved to State.Govt. C. § 113. General cession statute affecting lands ceded or conveyed to the United States by California. Stats. 1947, ch. 1532, §§ 1-4, p. 3163.
55Stats. 1943, ch. 134, § 114, p. 898.8/4/1943 12:00:00 AMPartial. Right to tax reserved to State.Govt. C. §114. General cession statute affecting lands taken from the public domain and used for military purposes.Stats. 1947, ch. 1532, §§ 1-4, p. 3163.
56Stats. 1943, ch. 134, § 115, p. 899.8/4/1943 12:00:00 AMNone.Govt. C. §115. Extent of jurisdiction limited by terms of a retrocession. Stats. 1947, ch. 1532, §§ 1-4, p. 3163.
57Stats. 1943, ch. 134, § 116, p. 899.8/4/1943 12:00:00 AMNone.Govt. C. §116. Power to tax is reserved under any present or future statute.Stats. 1947, ch. 1532, §§ 1-4, p. 3163.
58Stats. 1943, ch. 134, § 117, p. 899.8/4/1943 12:00:00 AMNone.Govt. C. §117. Reservation to State of service of process and the right to tax.Stats. 1947, ch. 1532, §§ 1-4, p. 3163.
59Stats. 1943, ch. 134, § 118, p. 899.8/4/1943 12:00:00 AMGovt. C. §118. Consent to United States to use territorial waters for target practice.
60Stats. 1943, ch. 134, § 119, p. 899.8/4/1943 12:00:00 AMPartial. Reserves the right to tax persons and their property, to collect fishing license fees and to vote.Govt. C. §119. Kings Canyon Nation Park.
61Stats. 1943, ch. 134, § 120, p. 900.8/4/1943 12:00:00 AMNone.Govt. C. §120. Governor to record letters of acceptance of jurisdiction issued State pursuant to 40 USC 255.Stats. 1953, ch. 1856, § 2, p. 3648.
62Stats. 1943, ch. 609, § 1, p. 2191.8/4/1943 12:00:00 AMExclusive.Enactment of Pub. Res. C. § 8301. Governor can convey title and cede jurisdiction to the United States over lands needed for lighthouses and other navigational aids.
63Stats. 1945, ch. 746, §§ 1-5, p. 1430.9/15/1945 12:00:00 AMPartial. Reservation of state rights, privileges and immunities compatible with federal law relating to the refuges.Lands acquired pursuant to Federal Migratory Bird Conservation Act approved February 18, 1929. See former Fish & Game Code §§ 375 - 380 and present Fish & Game Code Sections 10680 - 10685. Section 375.5, 376 and 377 are repealed.Stats. 1955, ch. 1626, § 2, p. 2935.
64Stats. 1947, 1st. Ex. Sess., ch. 154, § 1, p. 199.5/21/1946 12:00:00 AMPartial. Power to tax and all civil and political rights including the right to vote reserved to State. Enactment of Govt. C. § 126. Excludes application to lands under F. & G. C. §§ 375-380.Stats. 1947, ch. 1532, p. 3163.
65Stats. 1947, ch. 424, § 1, p. 1039, 1120.9/19/1947 12:00:00 AMExclusive.Enactment of Govt. C. §§ 25420 and 25432-25433 concerning conveyance of land by counties to the United States for military use and cession of jurisdiction over those lands.Stats. 2010, ch. 69, p. 559.
66Stats. 1947, ch. 1532, §§ 1-4, p. 3163.9/19/1947 12:00:00 AMPartial. Power to tax and all civil and political rights including the right to vote reserved to State. Amends Govt. C. § 126 and repeals §§ 111, 112, 114, 116, 117 and Stats. 1934, 1st Ex. Sess., ch. 3, p.4. Stats. 1951, ch. 875, p. 2394.
67Stats. 1949, ch. 81, § 1, p. 256.10/1/1949 12:00:00 AMExclusive.Enactment of Govt. C. §§ 50360 and 50370. Authorizes local agencies to convey land to the United States for federal purposes and cedes exclusive jurisdiction over those lands.
68Stats. 1949, Sen. Jt. Res. No. 35, ch. 192, p. 3407. 7/2/1949 12:00:00 AMNone.Right of way for Golden Gate Bridge and request for retrocession.
69Stats. 1951, ch. 875, § 1, p. 2394.9/22/1951 12:00:00 AMPartial. Power to tax and all civil and political rights including the right to vote reserved to State. Amendment of Govt. C. § 126.Stats. 1953, ch. 1856, p. 3647.
70Stats. 1951, ch. 875, § 2, p. 2395.9/22/1951 12:00:00 AMNone.Enactment of Govt. C. § 127 requiring the State Lands Commission to keep an index of federal jurisdiction.
71Stats. 1952, First Ex. Sess., Sen. Con. Res. No. 4, ch. 7, p. 409.4/1/1952 12:00:00 AMNone.Right of way for Golden Gate Bridge and request for retrocession.
72Stats. 1953, ch. 1856, § 1, p. 3647.9/9/1953 12:00:00 AMPartial. Power to tax and all civil and political rights including the right to vote reserved to State. Amendment of Govt. C. § 126.Stats. 1955, ch. 649, p. 1146.
73Stats. 1953, ch. 1856, § 2, p. 3648.9/9/1953 12:00:00 AMNone.Repeal of Govt. C. § 120.
74Stats. 1954-55, ch. 84, § 1, p. 526.9/7/1955 12:00:00 AMNone.Enactment of new Govt. C. §111 summarizing prior legislative cessions.
75Stats. 1954-55, ch. 84, § 2, p. 526.9/7/1955 12:00:00 AMNone.Enactment of new Govt. C. §112 summarizing prior legislative retrocession statutes.
76Stats. 1954-55, ch. 649, § 1, p. 1146.9/7/1955 12:00:00 AMPartial. Power to tax and all civil and political rights including the right to vote reserved to California. Also jurisdiction over land, water, and use of water.Amendment of Govt. C. § 126.Stats. 1957, ch. 357, p. 1019.
77Stats. 1954-55, ch. 1447, § 1, p. 2636.9/7/1955 12:00:00 AMNone.Repeals Govt. C. § 113 enacted in 1947 relating to reservation of administration of criminal law.
78Stats. 1954-55, ch. 1626, §§ 1-2, p. 2935.9/7/1955 12:00:00 AMPartial. Reservation of state rights, privileges and immunities compatible with federal law relating to the refuges.Amends F&G Code §375 repeals F&G Code § 376 relating to lands acquired pursuant to Federal Migratory Bird Conservation Act approved February 18, 1929.
79Stats. 1956-57, ch. 357, § 41, p. 1019.9/11/1957 12:00:00 AMPartial. Power to tax and all civil and political rights including the right to vote reserved to California. Also jurisdiction over land, water, and use of water.Amendment of Govt. C. § 126.Stats. 1959, ch. 1485, p. 3776.
80Stats. 1956-57, ch. 456, § 2, p. 1308, 1466.9/11/1957 12:00:00 AMPartial. Reservation of state rights, privileges and immunities compatible with federal law relating to the refuges.Migratory Bird Conservation Act lands. Repeal of Fish & Game Code including §§ 375-376. Enactment of a new Fish & Game Code. See §§ 10680 - 10685 for restatement of these sections.
81Stats. 1958-59, First Ex. Sess., Assem. Jt. Res. No. 9, ch. 79, p. 452. 4/24/1958 12:00:00 AMNone.Petition to President and Congress to enact legislation relating to retrocession of jurisdiction over federal lands in California.
82Stats. 1958-59, ch. 1485, §§ 1-2, p. 3776.7/6/1959 12:00:00 AMPartial. Power to tax and all civil and political rights including the right to vote reserved to California. Also jurisdiction over land, water, use of water, minerals, oil and gas, and their removal are reserved to the State. Amendment of Govt. C. § 126.Stats. 1961, ch. 966, p. 2606.
83Stats. 1960-61, ch. 966, §§ 1-2, p. 2606.7/6/1961 12:00:00 AMConcurrent with service of process, right to tax, right to vote reserved. Jurisdiction over land, water, use of water, minerals, oil and gas, and their removal reserved to State.Amendment of Govt. C. § 126.Stats. 1976, ch. 686, p. 1687.
84Stats. 1962-63, ch. 31, §§ 1-2, p. 254.4/20/1962 12:00:00 AMAcceptance of retrocession of federal jurisdiciton.Lands comprising Lawrence Livermore Laboratory in Alameda County. See 75 Stats. 475 (Public Law 87-206) for comparable federal statute.
85Stats. 1967, ch. 1204, § 1, p. 2913.8/15/1967 12:00:00 AMNone.Enactment of Govt. C. § 113 governing acceptance of retrocessions of jurisdiction from the United States.Stats. 1998, ch. 829, p. 4218.
86Stats. 1967, ch. 1310, §§ 1-4, p. 3132.18-Ayg-1967Acceptance of retrocession of federal jurisdiciton over roads.Repeal of Streets & Highways Code § 77 and enactment of Streets & Highways § 77.5.Stats. 1974, ch. 473, p. 1100.
87Stats. 1974, ch. 473, § 1, p. 1100.7/11/1974 12:00:00 AMAcceptance of retrocession of federal jurisdiction over roads.Amendment of Streets & Highways Code § 77.5 to require filing with the State Lands Commission.
88Stats. 1976, ch. 686, §§ 1-2, p. 1687.8/30/1976 12:00:00 AMConcurrent criminal jurisdiction for the lesser of five years or so long as the United States owns/leases the lands concerned. State reserves jurisdiction over land, water and the use of water and minerals and the right to remove them, Amendment of Govt. C. § 126.Stats. 1998, ch. 829, p. 4218.
89Stats. 1998, ch. 829, § 23, p. 4218.1/1/1999 12:00:00 AMConcurrent criminal jurisdiction for the lesser of five years or so long as the United States owns/leases the lands concerned.Amendment of Govt. C. § 113 to eliminate requirement of filing of the actions of the State Lands Commission with the Secretary of State.Stats. 2014, ch. 512 p. 3661. Stats. 2015, ch. 683, § 35.
90Stats. 1998, ch. 829, § 24, p. 4218.1/1/1999 12:00:00 AMConcurrent criminal jurisdiction for the lesser of five years or so long as the United States owns/leases the lands concerned.Amendment of Govt. C. § 126 to eliminate requirement of filing of the actions of the State Lands Commission with the Secretary of State.Stats. 2014, ch. 512 p. 3661. Stats. 2015, ch. 683, § 35.
91Stats. 2009-10, ch. 69. § 1, p. 559.1/1/2011 12:00:00 AMRepeal of Gov. §25432Conveyance of lands by counties to the United States for military use and cession of exclusive jurisdiction over those lands.
92Stats. 2013-14, ch. 512, § 1, p. 3661.1/1/2015 12:00:00 AMConcurrent criminal jurisdiction for the lesser of 10 years or so long as the United States owns/leases the lands concerned. Jurisdiction over land, water and the use of water is reserved to the State.Amendment of Gov. § 126 to repeal public hearing requirement.
93Stats. 2015, ch. 683, § 35. 1/1/2016 12:00:00 AMNoneAmendment of Gov. § 113 to repeal public hearing requirement.
94Stats. 2015, ch. 683, § 37.1/1/2016 12:00:00 AMNone.Amends Public Resources Code section 8301 to repeal Governor's authority to cede exclusive jurisdiction over lighthouses and aids to navigation.
95Stats. 2017, ch. 521, § 57.1/1/2018 12:00:00 AMNone.Substitutes the State Lands Commission for the Governor as the party having authority to make a conveyance of lands under Public Resources Code section 8301.