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PUBLIC LAW 85-60-JUNE 27, 1957
Also 1 acre, more or less, in the northwest corner of the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section 11, being all that part of the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter lying west of the Fulton and Mexico road; Also about 1 acre in the southwest corner of the northwest quarter of section 11, being that part of said quarter section lying south of the McCredie and Williamsburg road and west of the Fulton and Mexico road; Also all that part containing about 65 acres of the west half of the northeast quarter and of the east half of the northwest quarter of section 10, lying south of the McCredie and Williamsburg road; All of the above described property lying and being in township 48 north, of range 9 west, in the aforesaid State and county, and containing 300 acres, more or less. Such property shall be conveyed upon such conditions as in the opinion of the Secretary of Agriculture will assure the use of such property in the cooperative agricultural experimental work of the Department of Agriculture and the State of Missouri. The conveyance of such property shall contain a reservation to the United States of all the minerals in the land together with the right to prospect for, mine, and remove the same under such regulations as the Secretary of the Interior may prescribe. Approved June 27, 1957. Public Law 85-60 JOINT RESOLUTION To implement the convention between the United States of America and Norway, which entered into force on November 9, 1948, for disposition of the claim against the Government of the United States of America asserted by the Government of Norway on behalf of Christoffer Hannevig.
Whereas on March 28, 1940, a convention was entered into by the Government of the United States of America and the Government of Norway for the disposition of the claim of the Government of Norway on behalf of Christoffer Hannevig against the Government of the United States of America, the validity of which claim is denied by the Government of the United States of America; and Whereas the convention was duly ratified and the respective instruments of ratification were duly exchanged on November 9, 1948, on which date the convention entered into force; and Whereas, by said convention, provision was made for the exchange between the respective agents for the two Governments of certain pleadings and briefs as therein described and defined; and Whereas, by said convention, it is provided that in the event that, after the exchange of such pleadings and briefs, the two Governments should be unable to agree upon a disposition of the claim, or any portions thereof, through diplomatic discussion, the claim shall be referred to the Court of Claims of the United States of America, for adjudication of said claim, or any unsettled portions thereof, by the said Court of Claims, and for appeal to and review by the Supreme Court of the United States of America, under and pursuant to the terms and conditions of said convention; and Whereas the two Governments have been unable through such diplomatic discussion to agree upon a disposition of the claim: Therefore be it
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