(3) The commission shall establish the license fees, terms, and conditions under
which rental bicycles may be supplied for use in the state park. Licenses are subject to
revocation if their terms or conditions are violated.
History: 2017 AACS.
R 318.146 Miscellaneous unlawful acts.
Rule 46. On lands under the jurisdiction of the commission, it is unlawful for a
person or persons to do any of the following:
(a) Use the lands for commercial operations without proper permission. In
considering whether to grant permission, the commission shall consider all of the
(i) Interference with the safety, health, and welfare of the public.
(ii) Need for the service.
(iii) Whether the service is a duplication of available services.
(b) Use a loudspeaker or public address system without proper permission. The
commission shall not grant permission if the system is capable of interfering with horse-
drawn traffic by having the effect of frightening horses, thereby endangering the safety of
passengers in the vehicles, pedestrians, bicycle riders, and others.
(c) Store or leave a boat, fish shanty, camping equipment, or other property without
(d) Enter those buildings or areas to which an admission fee is established without
payment of the fee, or without permission given by the commission, a commissioner, the
director, or deputy director under order of the commission. Permission normally is to be
given only to persons on business with the commission, any member of the commission,
or any duly authorized staff member.
(e) For any lessee, licensee, or concessionaire to use, construct, or occupy any
building within the park which is not furnished with an approved dry chemical fire
(f) For any lessee, licensee, or concessionaire to exercise his or her privileges within
the park without procuring and keeping in effect such public liability and property
damage insurance as the commission may deem adequate.
(g) For any person to furnish a saddle horse to another person for use in the
Mackinac Island state park, unless a current license has been issued by the commission
for the use of the saddle horse in the Mackinac Island state park.
(h) Engage in any violent, abusive, loud, boisterous, wanton, obscene, or otherwise
disorderly conduct creating a breach of the peace; loiter, sit, or lie upon walks, passages,
steps, or porches thereby obstructing the free passage of others; or remove, damage, or
steal the property of another.
(i) Hold or participate in any type of road race or speed contest without proper
(j) Conduct excavations, diggings, or surveys without proper permission.
(k) Carry or possess a metal detector without proper permission.
(l) Remove any archeological materials or artifacts without proper permission.
(m) Possess or consume alcoholic beverages in Marquette Park between the hours
of 10:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m.