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63 STAT.] 81ST CONG., 1ST SESS.-CH. 218-JUNE 16, 1949 of boundary one hundered feet from the marsh on the eastern side of said island, near Richardson's Creek, and marked with a concrete stone, on which appears the following mark, "XIII"; thence along a line proceeding north thirty-seven degrees fifty-five minutes west to another concrete marker, bearing the same mark, to wit: "XIII", and proceeding north thirty-seven degrees fifty-five minutes west to another concrete marker one hundred feet from the marsh bearing the same mark, to wit, "XIII", said land being all of the remaining portion of the land lying southwest of the said markers of boundary, said land being described as follows: Bounded on the north by the remaining portion of said island, on the east by Richardson's Creek, on the south by Richardson's Creek, and on the west by the Thunder- bolt River for about three hundred and fifty yards, and then the remainder of the western boundary by an unnamed creek, which meanders into the Thunderbolt River; together with the marshland adjacent to and adjoining the one hundred acres above described, and between the boundaries above mentioned; that is, the marshland that is south of where the red line appearing on the map, if extended, would meet the creek, to wit, said Richardson's Creek on the east and the said unnamed creek on the west, together with the improvements thereon. Parcel B: All of those certain lots, tracts, or parcels of land situate, lying, and being in Whitmarsh Island, Chatham County, Georgia, and known upon the map or plan of the Riverside Subdivision on said island as lots numbered 45, 46, and 47, a plan of said subdivision being recorded in the records of Chatham County, Georgia, in map book 1, folio 229, and a plat of said lots with the adjacent marsh being also recorded in said records in map book 1, page 259, said lots 45, 46, and 47 together having seven and one-half acres, more or less, of high land; and also those portions of the adjacent marshland which said marshlands are described more fully as follows: Starting at the westernmost point of lot 47 and running parallel with the eastern line of said lot to a creek, and also one-half of the marsh lying east and southeast of lot 45 and between lots 45 and 44 of said sub- division; excepting, however, therefrom eight-tenths of an acre being part of lot 47 which was conveyed by Jessie C. Thomas to Chatham County on May 26, 1926, by deed recorded in Chatham County on May 26, 1926, by deed recorded in Chatham County Records in book 21 S, folio 271, together with the improvements thereon. Parcel C: All those certain lots, tracts, or parcels of land situate, lying and being in the subdivision known as Oatland Island, in the county of Chatham and State of Georgia and more particularly described as follows: Lots numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 in block C, according to a plat of said subdivision known as Oatland Island, which said plat appears on record in the office of the clerk of the Superior Court in map book numbered 2, folios 82 and 83, together with all high- land and marshland contained between the side lines of said lots 1, 2,3, 4, and 5 extending to low-water mark, save and except the sixty feet in width across said extended premises heretofore granted to the county of Chatham for a highway, and known as Bacon Drive, together with the improvements thereon. (i) Fort Smith, Arkansas: Lands lying and being in the city of Fort Smith, county of Sebastian, State of Arkansas, particularly described as follows: All of lots 9, 10,11, and 12 in block C, Fitzgerald Addition, city of Fort Smith, Arkansas. (j) The Federal Works Administrator is hereby further authorized to retain for the use of the Public Buildings Administration temporary custody and control of the following described buildings together with such personal property located therein as may be necessary, in his dis- cretion, for use in connection therewith for a period ending not later 181 Whitmarsh Island. Oatland Island. Fort Smith, Ark. Temporary custody and control of certain buildings.