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60 STAT.] 79TH CONG., 2D SESS.-CH. 913-AUG. 8, 1946 947 and seventy-three and four-tenths feet, more or less, to the point of curve (highway station 207 plus 73.2); thence south twenty-four degrees fifty minutes west a distance of three hundred and ninety-one and eight-tenths feet, more or less, to the point of beginning: Provided, That a strip of land fifty feet in width will remain open and be used as a road, the center line of said road being Chicago, Milwaukee, Saint Paul and Pacific Railroad station 3198 plus 25 and bearing south forty- two degrees forty-four minutes east to United States Highways Num- bered 10 and 12. Twenty-five and three-tenths acres of land, to be used as a museum Msenm site. site, said land being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point on the south side of the Chicago, Milwaukee Saint Paul and Pacific Railroad, said point being three hundred and fifty feet from the center line of the Chicago, Milwaukee, Saint Paul and Pacific Railroad measured at right angles to the tract at Chicago, Milwaukee, Saint Paul and Pacific Railroad station 3198 plus 00; thence south forty-two degrees forty-four minutes east a distance of one thousand one hundred and twenty-four and six- tenths feet, more or less, to the north right-of-way line of United States Highway Numbered 10 and 12, thence along the arc of a cir- cular curve of radius one thousand nine hundred and seventy feet through an angle of ten degrees forty-six minutes to a point on the west boundary of tract C and the north right-of-way line of United States Highways Numbered 10 and 12; thence north sixteen degrees fifty minutes east along the west line of tract C a distance of seven hundred and ninety-seven and seven-tenths feet, more or less, to A. P. Numbered 5 of tract C; thence north sixty-eight degrees east a distance of three hundred and thirty-nine and nine-tenths feet to A. P. Numbered 6; thence south thirty-five degrees fifty-five minutes east along the boundary of tract C a distance of three hundred and sixty-four and two-tenths feet, more or less, to the north right- of-way line of United States Highways Numbered 10 and 12; thence north sixty-five degrees eight minutes east along said right-of-way line a distance of one hundred and fifty-five and one-tenth feet, more or less, to the west boundary of tract B; thence north thirty- six degrees twenty-two minutes west along the boundary of tract B a distance of three hundred and forty-one and seven-tenths feet, more or less, to the northwest corner of tract B; thence north eighty degrees west a distance of one hundred and fifty-three and forty- four one-hundredths feet to A. P. Numbered 5 south thirty-three F. K. M. R.; thence north sixty degrees west a distance of four hundred and thirty-five and six-tenths feet; thence north fifty-three degrees forty minutes west a distance of three hundred and fifty- nine and six one-hundredths feet; thence south forty-seven degrees sixteen minutes west a distance of one thousand and sixty-seven and seventy-nine one-hundredths feet, morg or less, to the point of beginning. Said patent shall be issued upon the express condition that the Condition. city of Miles City shall use or cause to be used said tracts of land for industrial and recreational purposes and as a museum site, respectively, for the benefit of the citizens of that city: Provided, That whenever said lands shall cease to be used by said city for the Rversion to U. S . purposes aforesaid or their sale or conveyance is attempted, then, and in that event, title to such lands and the whole thereof shall revert to the United States: Provided further, That such patent shall Reservation omin- contain a reservation to the United States of all gas, oil, coal, and other mineral deposits as may be found in such lands and the right to the use of the lands for extracting and removing the same. Approved August 8, 1946.