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PUBLIC LAW 91-111-NOV. 6, 1969

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Public Law 91-111 November 6, 1969

JOINT

RESOLUTION

[H. J. Res. 910] To declare a national day of prayer and concern for American servicemen being held prisoner in North Vietnam.

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That November 9, 1969, be declared a national day of prayer and concern on behalf of the American servicemen being held prisoner by the North Vietnamese. Approved November 6, 1969.

Public Law 91-112 November 6, 1969 [S. 210]

Indians of the P u e b l o of Laguna, N. Mex. Lands held in trust.

AN ACT To declare that certain federally owned lands are held by the United States in trust for the Indians of the Pueblo of Laguna.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That all right, title, and interest of the United States in and to the following described federally owned lands and all improvements thereon, situated in Valencia and Sandoval Counties, New Mexico, which were acquired for school, sanatorium, clinic, agency, or other administrative purposes, are hereby declared to be held by the United States in trust for the Pueblo of Laguna: Antonio Sedillo Grant administrative site situated in unsurveyed sections 2, 11,12, and 14, township 8 north, range 3 west. New Mexico principal meridian, and more particularly described as beginning at center of west line of section 11, thence south along same section line approximately one-sixteenth mile to a point where a fence line ties on to west line of same section; thence southeasterly along said fence line approximately one mile through the southwest quarter and southeast quarter section 11, and to a point in the northeast quarter section 14 where said fence corners; thence in a northeasterly direction along same fence line through sections 14, 11, and 12 to a point where said fence ties on to a mesa rim; thence in a northeasterly direction along mesa rim to a point where same mesa rim turns in an easterly direction; thence north approximately fifty yards to a water gap on Rio San Jose in northwest quarter section 12; thence in a northwesterly direction through the northwest quarter section 12, northeast quarter section 11 and southeast quarter section 2 to a point where channel of Rio San Jose turns westerly; thence along said channel of Rio San Jose westerly, southwesterly and northwesterly approximately one mile to a point of intersection of said channel with the west line of section 2; thence south along west lines of sections 2 and 11, township 8 north, range 3 west, to point of beginning, containing 640 acres, more or less. Bernabe M. Montano Grant administrative site described as the southwest quarter section 7 and northwest quarter section 18, township 12 north, range 1 west. New Mexico principal meridian, containing 320 acres, more or less. Laguna Sanatorium site situated in sections 4 and 5, township 9 north, range 5 west. New Mexico principal meridian, described in quitclaim deed dated June 7, 1923, from the Pueblo of Laguna to the United States of America, as follows: From the southeast corner