Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 53 Part 2.djvu/874

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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 661-AUG. 10, 1939 Exchange of pri- vately owned lands. 42 Stat. 465 . 16U..c.i485, 486; Supp. IV, i 486. Inclusion of ac- cepted lands. Mineral locations, etc Sections 1 to 36, inclusive; township 39 north, range 42 east. Sections 1 to 3, inclusive; sections 10 to 15, inclusive; sections 19 to 36, inclusive; township 40 north, range 42 east. Sections 4 to 9, inclusive; sections 16 to 21, inclusive, sections 28 to 32, inclusive; north half, southwest quarter, north half southeast quarter, southwest quarter southeast quarter, section 33; township 31 north, range 43 east. West half section 5; sections 6 and 7; north half north half, and south half, section 8; sections 17 to 20, inclusive; southwest quarter section 21; southwest quarter, and south half southeast quarter, sec- tion 28; sections 29 to 33, inclusive; township 32 north, range 43 east. Sections 4 to 9, inclusive northwest quarter southwest quarter, section 10; sections 16 to 21, inclusive; north half, southwest quarter, north half southeast quarter, and southwest quarter southeast quarter, section 29; sections 30 and 31; west half northeast quarter, and west half, section 32; township 33 north, range 43 east. North half, north half south half, and southwest quarter southwest quarter, section 1; sections 2 to 11, inclusive; sections 15 to 22, inclu- sive; north half northwest quarter, section 27; sections 28 to 34, inclusive; township 34 north, range 43 east. Lot 7, section 2; sections 3 to 10, inclusive; southwest quarter north- west quarter, and southwest quarter, lots 3 and 4, section 11; north half, southwest quarter, and north half southeast quarter, section 14; sections 15 to 22, inclusive; north half, southwest quarter, north half southeast quarter, and southwest quarter southeast quarter, section 23; sections 25 to 36, inclusive; township 35 north, range 43 east. Sections 5 to 8, inclusive; sections 17 to 20, inclusive; sections 28 to 33, inclusive; lot 4, southeast quarter northwest quarter, southwest quarter northeast quarter, southwest quarter, and west half southeast quarter, section 34; township 36 north, range 43 east. All of section 31, township 37 north, range 43 east. Lots 6 and 7 section 6; lots 2,3, and 4, east half southwest quarter, west half southeast quarter, south half northeast quarter, and south- east quarter northwest quarter, section 7; west half southwest quarter, section 19; township 38 north, range 43 east. Lots 1 and 2, section 3; north half, southeast quarter, north half southwest quarter, and southwest quarter southwest quarter, section 4; sections 5 to 8, inclusive; sections 17 to 20, inclusive; north half north half, section 30; northwest quarter northwest quarter, section 31; township 39 north, range 43 east. Lots 4, 7, and 9, east half southwest quarter, and southwest quarter southwest quarter section 3; lots 2, 3 and 4, and south half, section 4; sections 5 to 9, inclusive; section 10, that part west of the Pend Oreille River; sections 15 to 21, inclusive; northwest quarter northeast quar- ter, south half northeast quarter, northwest quarter, and south half, section 22; sections 27 to 33, inclusive; northwest quarter, and south half, section 34; township 40 north, range 43 east. SEO. 2. Any of the lands described in the first section of this Act which are privately owned may be accepted in exchange by the Secre- tary of the Interior under the provisions of the Act entitled, "An Act to consolidate national-forest lands", approved March 20, 1922, as amended (U. S. C ., title 16, ses. 485 486). All of such lands so accepted in exchange shall thereupon be added to and made a part of the Kaniksu National Forest in the State of Washington and shall thereafter be administered under the laws and regulations relating to the national forests. Lands received in exchange or purchased under the provisions of this Act shall be open to mneral locations, mineral development, and patent, in accordance with the mining laws of the United States. Approved, August 10, 1939. 1350 [53 STAT.