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[76 Stat. 545]
[76 Stat. 545]
PUBLIC LAW 87-000—MMMM. DD, 1962

76 STAT.]

PUBLIC LAW 87-661-SEPT. 14, 1962

545

Public Law 87-660 AN ACT To provide for retrocession of legislative jurisdiction over United States Naval Supply Depot Clearfield, Ogden, Utah. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That, notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary of the Navy may, at such times as he may deem desirable, relinquish to the State of Utah all, or such portion as he may deem desirable for relinquishment, of the jurisdiction heretofore acquired by the United States over any lands within the United States Naval Supply Depot Clearfield, Ogden, Utah, reserving to the United States such concurrent or partial jurisdiction as he may deem necessary. Relinquishment of jurisdiction under the authority of this Act may be made by filing with the Governor of the State of Utah a notice of such relinquishment, which shall take effect upon acceptance thereof by the State of Utah in such manner as its laws may prescribe. Approved September 14, 1962.

September 14, 1962 [S. 2421]

Ogden, Utah. Naval si^jply depot, jurisdiction.

Public Law 87-661 AN ACT To add certain lands to the Wasatch National Forest, Utah, and for other purposes.

September 14, 1962

[s. 1878]

Re it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That to aid in the Wasatch Nacontrol of floods that may originate thereon and the reduction of soil "o"*^ Forest, erosion through the restoration of adequate vegetative cover and to Land addition, promote their management and protection as national forest lands under principles of multiple use and sustained yield, the lands described in section 2 hereof are hereby included in the Wasatch National Forest. Subject to any valid claims now existing and hereafter maintained, any of such lands owned or hereafter acquired by the United States or any other land acquired pursuant to this Act are hereby added to such national forest and shall be subject to laws and regulations applicable to the national forests. The Secretary of Agriculture is authorized to acquire any lands described in section 2 hereof and other lands within the national forest situated in the townships within which the described lands are located not owned by the United States which he finds suitable to accomplish the purposes of this Act. SEC. 2. This Act shall be applicable to the following described lands: SALT L A K E

MERIDIAN

Township 2 north, range 1 east: Section 1, lots 1 to 4, inclusive, south half north half. Township 3 north, range 1 east: Sections 1 and 2; section 3j lots 1 and 2, south half northeast quarter; section 11, east half; sections 12 and 13; section 35, northwest quarter, south half northeast quarter, southeast quarter; section 36, south half northw^est quarter, northeast quarter, south half. Tow nship 4 north, range 1 east: Section 1, lots 3 and 4, south half northwest quarter, southwest quarter; sections 2 and 3; section 4, east half; section 9, east half; sections 10 to 15, inclusive; section 16, east half; section 21, east half; sections 22 to 27, inclusive; sections 34 to 36, inclusive. 78135 0-63—38