Chapter 37.12 RCW

INDIANS AND INDIAN LANDS—JURISDICTION

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Assumption of criminal and civil jurisdiction by state.
Assumption of criminal and civil jurisdiction by stateResolution of requestProclamation by governor, 1963 act.
Effective date for assumption of jurisdictionCriminal causes.
Effective date for assumption of jurisdictionCivil causes.
State's jurisdiction limited by federal law.
Chapter limited in application.
Tribal ordinances, customs, not inconsistent with law applicable in civil causes.
Quileute, Chehalis, Swinomish, Skokomish, Muckleshoot, Tulalip, and Colville Indian reservationsRetrocession of criminal jurisdictionIntent.
Quileute, Chehalis, Swinomish, Skokomish, Muckleshoot, Tulalip, and Colville Indian reservationsRetrocession of criminal jurisdictionDefinitions.
Quileute, Chehalis, Swinomish, Skokomish, Muckleshoot, Tulalip, and Colville Indian reservationsRetrocession of criminal jurisdictionProclamation by governor.
Quileute, Chehalis, Swinomish, and Colville Indian reservationsRetrocession of criminal jurisdictionSavings.
Quileute, Chehalis, Swinomish, and Colville Indian reservationsRetrocession of criminal jurisdictionShort title.
Retrocession of federal jurisdiction over lands excluded from Olympic National Park.
Retrocession of civil and/or criminal jurisdictionProcess.
Limits on retrocession under RCW 37.12.160.
Issues related to retrocession under RCW 37.12.160.
NOTES:
Alienation of land by Indians: Chapter 64.20 RCW.
Annexation of federal areas by first-class city: RCW 35.13.185.
Compact with the United States: State Constitution Art. 26 § 2.
Daylight saving timeProhibition not applicable to federal areas: RCW 1.20.050.
Qualifications of voters: State Constitution Art. 6 § 1 (Amendment 63).
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