STATE PARK, REVOCATION OF GRANTS Act of Jul. 15, 1935, P.L. 1002, No. 320 Cl. 32 AN ACT Relating to the Pennsylvania State Park at Erie, authorizing the Department of Forests and Waters to revoke and terminate certain revocable grants and to acquire, by purchase or eminent domain, private property rights or interests in respect to any lands within said park. Compiler's Note: Section 303(b) of Act 18 of 1995, which created the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and renamed the Department of Environmental Resouces as the Department of Environmental Protection, provided that the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources shall exercise the powers and duties conferred upon the Department of Forests and Waters and the Pennsylvania State Park and Harbor Commission of Erie by Act 320 of 1935. Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That the Department of Forests and Waters, acting either directly or through the Pennsylvania State Park and Harbor Commission of Erie, shall have power at any time, in the name of the Commonwealth, to revoke and terminate any revocable grant of any right or privilege to occupy and possess any part of the lands in the city and county of Erie, dedicated to the use of the public and known as the Pennsylvania State Park at Erie, or any wharf or pier thereon, which grant has heretofore been made by any public or municipal agency pursuant to statutory authority. Such revocation shall be in such form as shall be approved by the Department of Justice and shall be recorded in the office for the recording of deeds in and for the county of Erie. Section 2. The Department of Forests and Waters shall have power to acquire, by purchase or the exercise of the power of eminent domain, any outstanding private property right or interest in any lands within the area of the Pennsylvania State Park at Erie. The consideration or compensation and costs in connection with such acquisition shall be paid out of any appropriation to the Department of Forests and Waters for park purposes or to the Pennsylvania State Park and Harbor Commission. The procedure in any case of eminent domain shall be as prescribed in the act, approved the twentieth day of May, one thousand nine hundred and twenty-one (Pamphlet Laws, nine hundred eighty-four), entitled "An act providing for the condemnation by the Commonwealth of lands suitable and desirable for forest purposes or game preserve purposes or the perpetuation and protection of fish; and defining the powers and duties of the Department of Forestry, the Board of Game Commissioners, and the Department of Fisheries, respectively, in relation thereto." Section 3. All acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed. Section 4. The provisions of this act shall become effective immediately upon its final enactment.