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PUBLIC LAWS-CHS. 424, 425-AUG. 12 , 13 , 1949 Railroad right-of- way. August 13, 1949 [S. 1323] [Public Law 226] Pueblo and Canon- cito Navajo Indians. 40U..C.. 401- 410; Supp. II; 401 note; 23 U.. C. 9b; 7 U.S. C.1 607. 7U. . C. o1000et 8eq.; Supp. n, 1001 et ey. 3F. R.161. 3 CFR, 1943 Cum. Supp., pp. 416, 582, 683, 902, 684. 9 west, and section 4, township 10 north, range 9 west, to a point on the center line of the Boyll Road which is one thousand three hundred and twenty feet west of the southeast corner of section 4, township 10 north, range 9 west; thence due north five hundred and eighty-five and twenty-five one-hundredths feet; thence east one thousand four hundred and eighty-five feet; thence north seventy-four and seventy- five one-hundredths feet; thence east one thousand three hundred and twenty feet to the center line of Seventh Street Road; thence north along center line of Seventh Street Road to the center section line of section 3, township 10 north, range 9 west; thence east along center section line of section 3, township 10 north, range 9 west, to the east line of section 3, township 10 north, range 9 west, being the center line of United States Highway Numbered 41; thence north along the center line of United States Highway Numbered 41 to the intersection of the south line of section 34, township 11 north, range 9 west, and section 35, township 11 north, range 9 west, being also the center line of the township line or Bates-Harlan Road; thence west along the center line of said Bates-Harlan Road to a point which is approxi- mately three thousand five hundred and sixty feet east of the north- east corner of section 5, township 10 north, range 9 west, being also the center line of the Sullivan Road; thence south and southwesterly along the center line of Sullivan Road to its intersection with the center line of Boyll Road, being the place of beginning and containing one thousand four hundred and seventy-two acres, more or less. SEC. 2. There is excepted from the transfer provided for in this Act that certain railroad right-of-way used and occupied by the Department of the Army, across the northerly part of the lands above-described. SEC. 3 . The transfer provided for in this Act shall be effected with- out reimbursement or transfer of funds. Approved August 12, 1949. [CHAPTER 425] AN ACT To declare that the United States holds certain lands in trust for the Pueblo Indians and the Canoncito Navajo group in New Mexico, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United State.s of AnLerica in Congress assembled, That title to the lands and the improvements thereon, lying and situated within the State of New Mexico, which have been acquired by the United States under authority of title II of the National Industrial Recovery Act of June 16, 1933 (48 Stat. 200), the Emergency Relief Appropriation Act of April 8, 1935 (49 Stat. 115), section 55 of title I of the Act of August 24, 1935 (49 Stat. 750, 781), the Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant Act (50 Stat. 522, 525) and subsequent emergency relief appropriation Acts administrative jurisdiction over which has heretofore been transferred by the President from the Secretary of Agriculture to the Secretary of the Interior, to be administered through the Commis- sioner of Indian Affairs for the benefit of the Indians, by Executive Orders Numbered 7792, 7975, 8255, 8471. 8696, and 8472 and that title to the public domain lands and improvements thereon, lying and situated within the State of New Mexico, which were withdrawn in aid of proposed legislation by the Secretary of the Interior on Decem- ber 23. 1938, and May 31, 1939, and now in use by Pueblo or Canoncito Navajo Indians, excepting those portions thereof used by the United States for administrative purposes, is hereby declared to be in the United States of America in trust for the respective tribes, bands, or 604 [63 STAT.