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PUBLIC LAWS-CHS. 652, 653-OCT. 10, 1949 16 U.S. C . § 590z-2; Supp. II, j 590z-2 note. of Agriculture may complete the land development and settlement of the Angostura unit of the Missouri Basin project situated in Custer and Fall River Counties, South Dakota, to which, for this purpose only the provisions of section 5 of the Act of July 16, 1943 (57 Stat. 566 567), shall be, and the same are hereby, extended and shall be in full force and effect to the same extent as though the requirements thereof had been completed prior to June 30,1947. Approved October 10, 1949. [CHAPTER 653] October 10, 1949 Il. R . 2876] [Public Law 338] Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. Exchange of lands. AN ACT To effect an exchange of certain lands in the State of North Carolina between the United States and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,That, for the purpose of acquiring suitable right-of-way property for the Blue Ridge Park- way consistent with Resolution Numbered 33 of October 17, 1947, adopted by the tribal council of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, there is hereby granted to the United States, subject to the provisions of the said resolution and this Act, all the right, title, and interest of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in and to the following- described lands, which shall hereafter constitute a part of the right- of-way of the Blue Ridge Parkway: TRACT NUMBERED 2--MOLTE GAP Beginning at an iron rod located on the boundary line between the Qualla tract of the Cherokee Indian Reservation and the lands of the Plott heirs, said iron rod being further described as being located approximately one thousand two hundred and fifty feet northwest from transit point numbered 71, a point on the Blue Ridge Parkway boundary line, and running thence the following courses and distances, to wit: North eighty-four degrees fifty-four and one-half minutes west two hundred thirty-four and ninety-six one-hundredths feet to an iron rod; north eighty-four degrees forty-two and one-half minutes west fifty and seventy-four one-hundredths feet to an iron rod; north eighty-three degrees fifty-two and one-half minutes west fifty-two and twenty-seven one-hundredths feet to an iron rod; north eighty-two degrees eight and one-half minutes west fifty-three and eighty one- hundredths feet to an iron rod; north seventy-nine degrees twenty- nine minutes west fifty-five and twenty-one one-hundredths feet to an iron rod; north seventy-six degrees eleven minutes west fifty-six and ten one-hundredths feet to an iron rod; north seventy-two degrees thirty-nine minutes west fifty-six and ten one-hundredths feet to an iron rod; north sixty-nine degrees ten and one-half minutes west fifty-six and ten one-hundredths feet to an iron rod; north sixty-five degrees thirty-nine minutes west fifty-six and ten one-hundredths feet to an iron rod; north sixty-two degrees ten minutes west fifty-six and ten one-hundredths feet to an iron rod; North fifty-eight degrees forty-one minutes west fifty-six and ten one-hundredths feet to an iron rod; north fifty-five degrees eleven minutes west fifty-six and ten one-hundredths feet to an iron rod; north fifty-one degrees forty minutes west fifty-six and ten one- hundredths feet to an iron rod; north forty-eight degrees thirty-eight minutes west forty and twenty-five one-hundredths feet to an iron rod; north forty-six degrees three minutes west fifty-five and forty- four one-hundredths feet to an iron rod; north forty-three degrees 726 [63 STAT.