1209 63 STAT.] 81ST CONG., IlT SESS.--CHS. 738, 748, 749-OCT. 26 , 1949 with the north side of the bridge over said creek; thence south fifty- seven degrees no minutes east seven hundred and ten feet, more or less, to station 6 of the above referred to patent; thence along the old boundaries fifty-seven degrees no minutes east three hundred and thirty feet to station numbered 7 of said patent; thence north seventy- seven degrees forty minutes east approximately eight hundred and seventy-five feet to station 9 of said patent; thence along old bound- aries north forty-nine degrees fifteen minutes east eighty-nine and one-tenth feet to station 10 of said patent; thence continuing said course six hundred and forty-five feet, more or less, to a point desig- nated as station 10A; thence north nineteen degrees thirty-four minutes west one thousand four hundred and seventy feet, more or less, to station 15 of said patent; thence continuing along same course along the old boundaries nineteen degrees thirty-four minutes west a distance of five hundred eighty and five-tenths feet to station 16 of said patent, the true point of beginning, excepting therefrom the thirty-three and nineteen one-hundredths acre tract commonly known as the Mission San Antonio now owned by the Franciscan Fathers and as described in the patent from the United States of America to Joseph S. Alemany, Bishop of Monterey, dated May 1, 1862, and recorded June 29, 1874, in volume A of patents, Monterey County Records, at page 416. SEC. 2. The tract of land authorized to be transferred by the first section of this Act shall be conveyed for a consideration to be deter- mined by the Secretary of the Army, which shall be not less than the appraised fair market value of such land; and the deed of conveyance shall (1) except and reserve to the United States a permanent ease- ment for the existing water main which traverses such land and the right to keep, maintain, and enlarge the same for the convenience of the United States; and (2) contain such additional terms, reservations, exceptions, and conditions as may be determined by the Secretary of the Army to be necessary to safeguard the interests of the United States, and any leasehold interests in such land. Approved October 26, 1949. [CHAPTER 748] AN ACT For the relief of George Seeman Jensen. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assenmbled That in the adminis- tration of the immigration and naturalization laws, George Seeman Jensen, a native of Denmark, shall be admitted into the United States upon application made notwithstanding the provisions of the Act of March 4, 1929, relating to entry after deportation (8 U. S . C. 180). Approved October 26, 1949. (CHAPTER 749 AA AN ACT For the relief of Konstantinos Yannopoulos. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That, in the admin- istration of the immigration and naturalization laws, Konstantinos Yannopoulos, of New York City, New York, shall be held and con- sidered to have been lawfully admitted to the United States for per- manent residence on the 15th day of August 1947, the date of his actual entry into the United States, upon the payment by him of a visa fee of $10 and a head tax of $8. October 3 194 tH. R. S718 IPrivate Law ]34 Georo Seeman Jen- 4 Sn. 1 45 stat. 1551. October 2, 1949 [H. R. 402] [Private Law 346] Konstantinos Yan- nopoulos.