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thousand and five hundred feet in length, containing eleven and fiftynine one-hundredths acres, more or less, said strip of land now being a part of the United States Naval Air Station, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. (g) The city of Dania, Florida, for public highway purposes in, over, and across a strip of land twenty-five feet in width and two thousand seven hundred and ninety-six and seventy-three one-hundredths feet in length and containing one and six hundred and five one-thousandths acres, more or less, said strip of land now being a art of the United States Naval Air Station, Fort Lauderdale, lorida. (h) The Fred H. Bixby Company, of Long Beach, California, in, over, and across a strip of land in section 35, township 4 south, range 12 west, San Bernardino base meridian, Los Angeles County, California, being ten feet in width for nine hundred and seventy-six and ninetenths feet and eighteen feet in width for four hundred and eighteen and eighty-four one-hundredths feet, and containing approximately three hundred and ninety-seven one-thousandths acres: Provided, That in addition to such other terms and conditions as the Secretary of the Navy may deem proper, the foregoing grant shall contain a specific provision that said grant is in exchange for a perpetual easement which the said Bixby Company has already conveyed to the Navy Department in a strip of land ten feet in width and three hundred and thirty-five one-hundredths feet in length lying in section 35, township 4 south, range 12 west, San Bernardino base meridian, Los Angeles County, California, containing six thousand ei^ht hundred and ninety-five ten-thousandths acres, more or less; detailed descriptions of both easements are on file in the Navy Department. (i) The Territory of Hawaii, for public highway purposes in, over, and across three adjacent strips of land of varying width and approximately three thousand feet in length and containing three and three hundred and thirty-nine one-thousandths acres, more or less, said strips of land now being a part of the naval facility known as Camp Catlin, Moanalua, Honolulu, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii. Approved October 25, 1951.
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Fred H. Bixby Co., Long Beach, CsM.
Condition for grant.
Territory of Hawaiii.
AN ACT Providing for the conveyance to the State of North Carolina of the Currituck Beach Lighthouse Reservation, Corolla, North Carolina.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That, upon payment to the United States of the sum of $3,000, the Administrator of General Services is authorized and directed to convey by quitclaim deed to the State of North Carolina all of the right, title, and interest of the United States in and to all lands constituting the Currituck Beach Lighthouse Reservation, situated at Corolla, North Carolina, together with the buildings and other improvements thereon, saving and excepting therefrom a small, irregular parcel of land, with ingress and egress thereto, containing about eighty-two one-hundredths of an acre, on which the lighthouse and two structures are located and maintained by the United States Coast Guard: Provided, however, That the instrument of conveyance shall contain such terms and conditions which will allow for the capture by the Federal Government of such property in the event such property is not used for muskrat experimentation and research, recreational, or other public purposes:
October 25, 1951 [H. R. 5230]
North Caroliaa. Conveyance.