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or less, easterly from a corner of a cyclone fence;

N. 14°52'30" E., 36.0 feet, to monument B-12–19, which is a 142-inch iron pipe, located easterly from a corner of the above mentioned cyclone fence;

N. 03°27'30" W., 666.9 feet, to monument B-12–20, which is a 112-inch iron pipe, located easterly from a corner of the above mentioned cyclone fence;

N. 15°13'45'' E., 36.0 feet, to monument B-12–21, which is & 142-inch iron pipe, located easterly from a corner of the above mentioned cyclone fence;

N. 03°35'00" W., 199.0 feet, to monument B–12–22, which is a 1/2-inch iron pipe, located easterly from a corner of the above mentioned cyclone fence;

N. 68°07'00" W., 26.1 feet, to monument B–13–1, which is a 142-inch iron pipe, located on the outside of the above-mentioned cyclone fence and 60.1 feet westerly from the centerline of the concrete pavement of the above-mentioned Randolph Road;

S. 81°06'00" W., 269.8 feet, to monument B-13, which is a brass plug, located in the back of the curb on the southeasterly side of Fulton Road;

S. 55°42'30" W., 1,031.6 feet, along the back of the curb on the southeasterly side of the above-mentioned Fulton Road and its southwesterly extension, to monument B-12, the point of beginning.

The directions of the lines refer to the true meridian.

The area of the above-described parcel is 102.5 acres, more or less, and is as shown on Canal Zone Government drawing No. 6121-6, entitled “United States Army and Navy Reservations, Fort Randolph, and Coco Solo, Canal Zone,” scale 1:10,000, dated February 20, 1959, on file in the Office of the Governor. There shall be no construction within the above-described parcel beyond the line entitled "limit of construction” which is shown on drawing No. 6121-6. [31 F.R. 12204, Sept. 16, 1966, as amended at 36 F.R. 499, Jan. 14, 1971) § 5.43 Colon Naval Radio Station.

The following-described area of land, situated in the Canal Zone and designated as the Colon Naval Radio Station is reserved and set apart as, and assigned to the uses and purposes of, a Navy reservation, under the jurisdiction and control of the Secretary of the Navy, but subject to $ 5.82:

Beginning at a concrete monument, the geodetic position of same referred to the Canal Zone triangulation system, being latitude 9°17' plus 3,973.94 feet, and longitude 79°54' plus 3,821.44 feet; thence due east a distance of 719.70 feet to a concrete monument; thence due north a distance of 670.59 feet to a concrete monument; thence due west a distance of 814.14 feet to a concrete

monument, located 16 feet east of the east curb of the Bolivar Highway; thence south 9°19' east and parallel to, and 16 feet distant from, the east curb of said road, a distance of 438.30 feet to a concrete monument; thence on a curve to the right with a radius of 1,864.50 feet, and parallel to, and 16 feet distant from, the east curb of said road & distance of 239.30 feet, to a concrete monument, the point of beginning. (All bearings are true bearings.)

The above parcel of land is shown on drawing S-6100-63, made by the Section of Surveys of The Panama Canal (now, Surveys Branch, Engineering and Construction Bureau, Panama Canal Company), dated June 12, 1929, on file in the Office of the Governor, the total area of said parcel being 11.7 acres. $ 5.44 U.S. Naval Radio Station, Farfan,

C.Z. (a) The following-described area of land, situated in the Canal Zone and designated as the U.S. Naval Radio Station, Farfan, C.Z., is reserved and set apart as, and assigned to the uses and purposes of, a Navy reservation, under the jurisdiction and control of the Secretary of the Navy, but subject to $ 5.82:

Beginning at monument “J”, which is a concrete post 8 inches square, located on the easterly side of Bruia Road and on the easterly boundary of Howard Air Force Base (Parcel No. 1), the geodetic position of which referred to the Canal Zone triangulation system is in latitude 8°56' N. plus 200.6 feet and longitude 79°35' W. plus 3,637.1 feet from Greenwich.

From monument “J” to Army triangula tion station "North Base" the bearing and distance is S. 56°27'10'' W., 584.9 feet.

Thence from said initial point by meter and bounds:

North, 2,079.4 feet, through monuments N-1 and N-2, which are 212-inch galvanized iron pipes, to an unmarked point called N-3, the distances being 687.7 feet, 767.7 feet, and 624 feet, successively, from beginning of the course;

East, 1,837.0 feet, to an unmarked point called N-4;

North, 920.7 feet, to an unmarked point called N-5;

East, 1,799.1 feet, through monuments N-8, N-9, N-10, and N-10-A, which are 242-inch galvanized iron pipes, to monument N-B, which is an 8-inch square concrete post, the distances being 395.2 feet, 231.7 feet, 324.9 feet, 213.0 feet, and 634.3 feet, successively. from beginning of the course;

S. 58°07'15'' E., 2,077.4 feet, through monument NBX, which is a 212-inch galvanized Iron pipe, to monument N-C, which is an 8-inch square concrete post, the distances being 1,050.0 feet and 1,027.4 feet, successively, from beginning of the course;

South, 5,999.3 feet. through monuments N-11, N-12, N-13, N-14, and N-15, which are

21/2-inch galvanized iron pipes, to an unmarked point, located in a swamp, referred to as N-D on the map, the distances being 275.8 feet, 800.1 feet, 699.9 feet, 244.6 feet, 435.5 feet, and 3,543.4 feet, successively, from beginning of the course;

West, 3,464.0 feet, to monument N-24-N, which is an 8-inch square concrete post;

N. 52°07'00" W., 2,452.1 feet, through monuments N-25-N and N-25–A, which are 242inch galvanized iron pipes, to monument N-26-N, which is an 8-inch square concrete post, the distances being 1,489.1 feet, 463.0 feet, and 500.0 feet, successively, from beginning of the course;

North, 2,591.5 feet, through monuments 55, 54, 53, 52, and 51, which are 21/2-inch galvanized iron pipes, to monument “J”, the point of beginning, the distances being 78.5 feet, 600.0 feet, 303.0 feet, 530.0 feet, 580.0 feet, and 500.0 feet, successively, from beginning of the course;

The directions of the lines refer to the true meridian. All geodetic positions are referred to the Panama-Colon datum of the Canal Zone triangulation system.

The area of the tract is 785.7 acres, more or less, and is as shown on Panama Canal Drawing M-6120–32, entitled "Boundary of U.S. Naval Radio Station, Far Fan, C.Z., scale 1:5,000, dated March 10, 1967, on file in the Office of the Engineering Division, Panama Canal Company, Balboa Heights, C.Z.

(b) The Panama Canal Company may continue to use that portion of the area set apart by paragraph (a) of this section which comprises the lowlands adjacent to the Rio Farfan and which lies generally below the 20-foot contour, as a hydraulic dump, and personnel and equipment of the Panama Canal Company shall be permitted free access to 'such fill area for all purposes related to the use and maintenance of the area as a hydraulic dump. Adequate diking will be provided and maintained by the Panama Canal Company to protect the Navy's facilities in the area from flooding and silting from the discharge of a hydraulic dredge. [36 F.R. 499 Jan. 14, 1971) § 5.45 Gatun Tank Farm Naval Reserva

tion. (a) The following-described areas of land, situated in the Canal Zone and designated as the Gatun Tank Farm Naval Reservation, are reserved and set apart as, and assigned to the uses and purposes of, a Navy reservation, under the jurisdiction and control of the Secretary of the Navy, but subject to § 5.82:

PARCEL No. 1 Beginning at monument No. N.F. 14, which is an 8-inch square concrete post, located on

the southerly boundary of the Fort Gulick Army Reservation, the geographic position of which monument, referred to the Canal Zone triangulation system, is in latitude 9°18' N. plus 3,346.8 feet and longitude 79°52' W., plus 4,598.4 feet from Greenwich.

Thence from said initial point by metes and bounds:

S. 00°01'30" W., 837.6 feet through monuments Nos. N.F. 15 and N.F. 16, which are 1/2-inch galvanized iron pipes, to monument No. G.F. 16, which is an 8-inch square concrete post, located at the northeast corner of Panama Canal portion of the Gatun Tank Farm, the distances being 393.5 feet, 278.9 feet and 165.2 feet, successively, from beginning of course;

Due west, 224.0 feet, along the boundary of the Panama Canal portion of the Gatun Tank Farm, to monument No. G.F. 17, which is a 11/2-inch galvanized iron pipe;

S. 89°59'00" W., 291.4 feet, along the above mentioned boundary to monument No. G.F. 18, which is a 2-inch galvanized iron pipe;

N. 89°59'30" W., 72.8 feet, along the above mentioned boundary, to monument No. G.F. 19, which is a 2-inch galvanized iron pipe;

S. 89°59'30" W., 617.3 feet, along the above mentioned boundary, through monument No. G.F. 20, which is a 2-inch galvanized iron pipe, to monument No. G.F. 21, which is an 8-inch square concrete post, the distances being 404.1 feet and 213.2 feet, successively, from beginning of course;

Due south, 509.0 feet, along the above mentioned boundary, through monument No. G.F. 22, which is an 8-inch square concrete post, to monument No. G.F. 22-A, which is an 8-inch square concrete post, the distances being 260.0 feet and 249.0 feet, successively, from beginning of course;

N. 89°59'30" W., 1,001.9 feet, along the above mentioned boundary, through monuments Nos. G.F. 22–1, G.F. 22-2, G.F. 22–3 and G.F. 22-4, which are 2-inch galvanized iron pipes, to monument No. G.F. 27, which is an 8-inch square concrete post, the distances being 218.1 feet, 399.8 feet, 282.1 feet, 73.2 feet and 28.7 feet, successively, from beginning of course;

S. 00°00'30'' E., 150.5 feet along the above mentioned boundary, to monument No. G.F. 28, which is a 2-inch galvanized iron pipe;

S. 00°01'00' W., 1,099.6 feet along the above mentioned boundary, through monuments Nos. G.F. 29, G.F. 29-1, G.F. 29–2, and G.F. 29–3, which are 2-inch galvanized iron pipes, to monument No. N.F.A., which is an 8-inch square concrete post, the distances being 150.5 feet, 154.7 feet, 280.7 feet, 135.8 feet and 377.9 feet, successively, from beginning of course;

S. 89°59'00" E., 1,312.0 feet, along the above mentioned boundary, through monuments Nos. N.F. A-1, N.F. A-2, N.F. A-3, N.F. A-4 and N.F. A-5, which are 2-inch galvanized iron pipes, to monument No. N.F. B, which is an 8-inch square concrete post, the distances being 290.7 feet, 356.9 feet, 141.7

feet, 85.2 feet, 296.5 feet and 141.0 feet, successively, from beginning of course;

S. 00°01'00" W., 2,004.0 feet, along the above mentioned boundary, through monuments Nos. N.F. B-1, N.F. B-2, N.F. B-3, N.F. B-4, N.F. B-5 and N.F. B-6, which are 2-inch galvanized iron pipes, to monument No. N.F. C, which is an 8-inch square concrete post, located on the northern boundary of the Fort William D. Davis Military Reservation, the distances being 187.6 feet, 474.4 feet, 106.6 feet, 459.9 feet, 239.9 feet, 360.8 feet and 174.8 feet, successively, from beginning of course;

N. 89°57'00" W., 640.4 feet, along the northern boundary of the Fort William D. Davis Military Reservation, through monuments Nos. M.R. 13-C and M.R. 13-D, which are 2-inch galvanized iron pipes, to monument No. M.R. 14, which is a 19/2-inch galvanized iron pipe, the distances being 164.8 feet, 325.6 feet and 150.0 feet, successively, from beginning of course;

N. 89°58'30" W., 1,396.0 feet, along the above mentioned boundary, through monuments Nos. M.R. 14-A, M.R. 14-B, M.R. 14-C, which is a 112-inch galvanized iron pipe, and monument No. M.R. 14-D, which is a 2-inch galvanized iron pipe, to monument No. M.R. 15, which is a 19/2-inch galvanized iron pipe, the distances being 96.6 feet, 348.1 feet, 168.9 feet, 556.3 feet and 226.1 feet, successively, from beginning of course;

S. 89°57'30" W., 476.7 feet, along the above mentioned boundary, through monuments Nos. M.R. 15-A and M.R. 15–B, which are 2-inch galvanized iron pipes, to monument No. M.R. 15-C, which is a 2-inch galvanized iron pipe, the distances being 87.0 feet, 126.5 Yeet and 263.2 feet, successively, from beginning of course;

N. 00°00'30'' E., 1,159.1 feet, through, monuments Nos. G.F. 51, G.F. 50, G.F. 49, which are 2-inch galvanized iron pipes, G.F. 48, which is a 11/2-inch galvanized iron pipe, G.F. 47 and G.F. 46, which are 2-inch galvanized iron pipes, to monument No. G.F. 45, which is a 2-inch galvanized iron pipe, the distances being 162.9 feet, 155.2 feet, 255.8 feet, 107.7 feet, 146.7 feet, 180.3 feet and 150.5 feet, successively, from beginning of course;

N. 00°01'00'' E., 338.3 feet, through monument No. G.F. 44, which is a 2-inch galvanized iron pipe, to monument No. G.F. 43, which is a 2-inch galvanized iron pipe, the distances being 140.4 feet, and 197.9 feet, successively, from beginning of course;

N. 00°01'30'' E., 87.1 feet, to monument No. G.F. 42, which is a 2-inch galvanized iron pipe;

N. 00°01'00" E., 812.5 feet, through monuments Nos. G.F. 41, which is a 2-inch galvanized iron pipe, G.F. 40, G.F. 39, which are 11/2-inch galvanized iron pipes, to monument No. G.F. 38, which is a 2-inch galvanized iron pipe, the distance being 199.9 feet, 201.5 feet, 140.7 feet and 270.4 feet, successively, from beginning of course.

N. 00°01'30" E., 169.5 feet, to monument No. G.F. 37, which is a 2-inch galvanized iron pipe;

N. 00°01'00'' E., 179.9 feet, to monument No, G.F. 36, which is a 242-inch galvanized iron pipe;

N. 00°01'03'' E., 609.6 feet, through monument No. G.F. 35, which is a 2-inch galvanized iron pipe, to monument No. N.F. 1, which is an 8-inch square concrete post, the distances being 207.7 feet and 401.9 feet, successively, from beginning of course;

N. 32°31'00'' E., 2,252.2 feet through monuments Nos. N.F. 2, N.F. 3, N.F. 4, N.F. 5 and N.F. 6, which are 112-inch galvanized Iron pipes, to monument No. N.F. 7, which is a 34-inch reinforcing iron in concrete below road surface, the distances being 242.1 feet, 279.1 feet, 272.7 feet, 616.6 feet, 330.8 feet and 510.9 feet, successively, from beginning of course;

N. 31°12'30'' W., 544.1 feet through monuments Nos. N.F. 8 and N.F. 9, which are 112inch galvanized iron pipes, to monument No. N.F. 10, which is an 8-inch square concrete post, the distances being 105.8 feet, 66.3 feet and 372.0 feet successively, from beginning of course;

Due north, 1,108.5 feet through monuments Nos. N.F. 11, N.F. 12 and N.F. 13, which are 11/2-inch galvanized iron pipes, to monument No. 15, which is an 8-inch square concrete post located on the southerly boundary of the Fort Gulick Military Reservation, the distances being 162.1 feet, 627.9 feet, 40.8 feet and 277.7 feet, successively, from beginning of course;

S. 46°01'00'' E., 1,141.6 feet along the above mentioned boundary through monuments Nos. M.R. 14 and M.R. 13, which are 212-inch galvanized iron pipes, to monument No. M.R. 12, which is a 242-inch galvanized iron pipe, the distances being 356.9 feet, 394.9 feet and 389.8 feet, successively, from beginning of course;

S. 46°01'30'' E., 205.1 feet, along the above mentioned boundary, to monument No. M.R. 11, which is a 21/2-inch galvanized iron pipe;

S. 46°01'00'' E., 463.0 feet, along the above mentioned boundary, to monument No. M.R. 10, which is a 212-inch galvanized iron pipe;

S. 46°02'00' E., 400.0 feet, along the above mentioned boundary, to monument No. M.R. 9, which is a 21/2-inch galvanized iron pipe;

S. 46°01'00" E., 456.1 feet, along the above mentioned boundary, to monument No. M.R. 8, which is a 242-inch galvanized iron pipe;

S. 46°13'30'' E., 315.5 feet, along the above mentioned boundary, to monument No. M.R. 7, which is a 11/2-inch galvanized iron pipe;

S. 45°58'00'' E., 118.2 feet, along the above mentioned boundary, to monument No. M.R. 6, which is an 8-inch square concrete post;

S. 72°56'30" E., 260.4 feet, along the above mentioned boundary, through monument No. 5, which is a 112-inch galvanized iron pipe, to monument No. N.F. 14, the point of beginning, the distances being 146.3 feet and 114.1 feet, successively, from beginning of course.

The above described tract contains an area of 286.5 acres.

PARCEL No. 2 Beginning at monument "A," which is a 34-inch iron rod, driven below the surface of the gravel access road, the geographic position of which monument, referred to the Canal Zone triangulation system, is in latitude 9°18' N., plus 4,269.7 feet and longitude 79°53' W., 1,267.5 feet. From monument Ato monument N.F. 10 on Parcel No. 1 is N. 45°05'25'' E., 278.1 feet.

Thence from said initial point by metes and bounds:

S. 24°04'30'' E., 214.2 feet to monument "B," which is a 34-inch iron rod;

S. 26°02'10" W., 32.6 feet to monument "C,” which is a 2-inch galvanized iron pipe;

N. 63°57'50" W., 338.0 feet to monument “D,” which is a 2-inch galvanized iron pipe;

N. 24°04'30'' W., 187.1 feet to monument "E,” which is a 2-inch galvanized iron pipe;

N. 26°02'10" E., 50.0 feet to monument "F," which is a 34-inch iron rod;

S. 63°57'50" E., 317.2 feet to monument "A,” which is a 34-inch iron rod, the point of beginning.

The above described tract contains an area of 1.4 acres.

The directions of the lines refer to the true meridian. All geographic positions are referred to the Panama-Colon datum of the Canal Zone triangulation system.

The boundaries were surveyed by the Section of Surveys, Office Engineering Division, The Panama Canal (now, Surveys Branch, Engineering and Construction Bureau, Panama Canal Company), in 1946 and 1947.

The entire reservation, consisting of Parcels 1 and 2, contains an area of 287.9 acres, or 0.45 square mile, and is as shown on Panama Canal Drawing No. 6115–1 on file in the Office of the Governor.

(b) The services and facilities which are within or which traverse the reservation and which heretofore have been used jointly by the Navy and the Panama Canal Company or the Canal Zone Government, as the case may be, including roads, water lines, power and communication lines, etc., shall continue to be available to the Panama Canal Company or the Canal Zone Government, under such conditions as may be agreed upon by the Commandant, Fifteenth Naval District, and the Governor.

(c) Sanitary sewage originating within developed sections of the reservation may not be permitted to discharge into the drainage basin of Gatun Lake. $ 5.46 U.S. Naval Radio Station, Sum

mit, C.z. (a) The following described area of land, situated in the Canal Zone and

designated as the U.S. Naval Radio Station, Summit, C.Z., is reserved and set apart as, and assigned to the uses and purposes of, a Navy reservation, under the jurisdiction and control of the Secretary of the Navy, but subject to $ 5.82:

Beginning at monument No. 23, the southeasterly corner of the tract, which is an iron rod in concrete, located 75 feet westerly from the centerline of Gaillard Highway and N. 26°19'10" W., 399.41 feet from control point G.H. 115. The geodetic position of monument 23, referred to the Canal Zone triangulation system, is in latitude 9°02' N. plus 4,386.77 feet and longitude 79°38' W. plus 1,799.98 feet from Greenwich.

Thence from said initial point by metes and bounds:

N. 54°39'20'' W., 3,506.1 feet, to monument No. 24, which is a corner post of a woven wire fence;

N. 54°39'20'' W., 1,321.9 feet, to monument No. 25, which is a corner post of a wire fence;

N. 37°11'10" W., 49.7 feet, to monument No. 26, which is a corner post of a wire fence;

N. 74°38'50'' W., 43.8 feet, to monument No. 27, which is a corner post of a wire fence;

N. 54°39'20'' W., 1,109.9 feet, to monument No. 28, which is a corner post of a wire fence;

N. 31°10'30" W., 417.9 feet, to monument No. 29, which is a corner post of a wire fence;

S. 81°12'30'' W., 12.4 feet, to monument No. 30, which is a corner post of a wire fence;

N. 8°03'40" W., 138.4 feet, to monument No. 31, which is a corner post of a wire fence;

N. 7°04'40'' E., 50.2 feet, to monument No. 32, which is a corner post of a wire fence;

N. 7°09'20'' W., 69.8 feet, to monument No. 33, which is a corner post of a wire fence;

N. 64°34'20'' W., 198.4 feet, to monument No. 34, which is a corner post of a wire fence;

N. 43°26'00'' W., 1,108.8 feet, to monument No. 35, which is a corner post of a wire fence;

N. 86°08'50" W., 340.2 feet, to monument No. 36, which is a corner post of a wire fence;

N. 58°57'20" W., 526.6 feet, to monument No. 37, which is a corner post of a wire fence;

N. 24°34'50" W., 214.6 feet, to monument No. 38, which is a corner post of a wire fence;

N. 20°55'40" W. 218.2 feet, to monument No. 39, which is a corner post of a wire fence;

N. 49°17'00" W., 261.4 feet, to monument No. 40, which is a corner post of a wire fence;

N. 68°35'00" W., 229.3 feet, to monument No. 41, which is a corner post of a wire fence;

N. 61°36'00" W., 273.8 feet, to monument No. 42, which is a corner post of a wire fence;

N. 66°18'20" W., 430.3 feet, to monument No. 43, which is a corner post of a wire fence;

N. 49°35'50" W., 304.3 feet, to monument No. 44, which is a 242-inch galvanized iron pipe;

N. 49°37'40" W., 1,746.1 feet, through monument No. 44-1, which is a 242-inch galvanized iron pipe, to monument No. 45, which is a concrete post, the distances being 740.3

feet and 1,005.8 feet, successively, from beginning of the course;

N. 45° 58'30" W., 199.7 feet, to monument No. 46, which is a 212-inch galvanized iron pipe;

N. 45°59'20" W., 297.1 feet, through monument No. 46-1, which is a 242-inch galvanized iron pipe, to monument No. 47, which is an 8-inch-square concrete post, the distances being 148.5 feet and 148.6 feet, successively, from beginning of the course;

N. 76°17'10" W., 574 feet, to monument No. 48, which is a concrete post 8 inches square;

N. 33°14'20'' W., 607.1 feet, through monument No. 48–1, which is a 242-inch galvanized iron pipe, to monument No. 49, which is a concrete post 8 inches square, the distances being 155.3 feet and 451.8 feet, successively, from beginning of the course;

N. 21°04'20" E., 606.7 feet, to monument No. 50, which is a concrete post 8 inches square;

N. 38°00'00" E., 1,808.34 feet, to monument No. 51, which is an iron rod in concrete;

S. 52° 29'00'' E., 3,763.38 feet, to monument No. 52, which is an iron rod in concrete, located 75 feet southwesterly from the centerline of the Panama Railroad main line;

S. 47°49'45'' W., 797.03 feet, to monument No. 53, which is an iron rod in concrete;

S. 69°43'15'' E., 203.86 feet, to monument No. 54, which is an iron rod in concrete;

S. 54°58'15'' E., 326.18 feet, to monument No. 55, which is an iron rod in concrete;

N. 48°07'45'' E., 723.72 feet, to monument No. 56, which is an iron rod in concrete, 10cated 75 feet southwesterly from the centerline of the Panama Railroad main line;

Thence southeasterly, along a line parallel to and 75 feet southwesterly from the Panama Railroad main line, 5,870 feet, more or less, to monument No. 57,, which is an iron rod in concrete, located 75 feet southwesterly from the Panama Railroad main line and 75 feet westerly from the centerline of Gaillard Highway;

Thence in a generally southerly direction, parallel to and 75 feet westerly from the centerline of Gaillard Highway, 5,030 feet, more or less, to monument No. 23, the point of beginning.

The above-described tract contains an area of 710 acres, more or less.

The directions of the lines refer to the true meridian. All geodetic positions are referred to the Panama-Colon datum of the Canal Zone triangulation system.

Part of the boundary of the above tract was surveyed in November 1943, by the Section of Surveys, The Panama Canal. The additional area, added to the northwest and southeast, was surveyed in December 1966, by the Surveys Branch, Panama Canal Company. This tract is as shown on Panama Canal Drawing No. X-6121–62, dated March 13, 1967, entitled “Boundary of U.S. Naval Radio Station, Summit, Canal Zone", scale 1:6,000, on file in the office of the Engineering Di

vision, Panama Canal Company, Balboa Heights, C.Z.

(b) Subject to necessary security measures, the members, guests, and employees of the Los Caballeros Riding Club shall be permitted to use La Pita Road as a means of access to the area licensed to the Club by Canal Zone Government Land License No. 1441. [32 F.R. 13770, Oct. 3, 1967] 8 5.47

United States Naval Reservation, Balboa, Canal Zone. The following-described area of land, situated in the Canal Zone and designated as the United States Naval Reservation, Balboa, Canal Zone, is reserved and set apart as, and assigned to the uses and purposes of, a Navy reservation, under the jurisdiction and control of the Secretary of the Navy, but subject to $ 5.82:

Beginning at monument “V”, which is an iron rail set in concrete, located on the northwesterly side of a cyclone fence, on the northwesterly boundary of Port Amador Military Reservation. The geodetic position of monument “V”, referred to the PanamaColon datum of the Canal Zone triangulation system, is in latitude 8°56' N. plus 3,602.80 feet and longitude 79°33' W., plus 1,556.90 feet from Greenwich.

Thence from said initial point by metes and bounds:

S. 37°39'10" W., 1,314.31 feet, along the northwesterly boundary of the Fort Amador Military Reservation, through monument Z”, which is an iron rail set in concrete, located on the southeasterly side of a cyclone fence, to monument No. 2, which is a 11/2inch iron pipe set in concrete, located on the northwesterly side of a cyclone fence, at the northeasterly corner of Panama Canal Post No. 1, the American Legion, License No. 756-A, the distances being 765.02 feet and 549.29 feet, successively, from beginning of the course;

Northwesterly and southwesterly, following the boundary of the American Legion, License No. 756-A, through monuments No. 1 and "A," and southwesterly, following the boundary of the Balboa Yacht Club, License No. 756-B, through monuments Nos. 3-A and 3, to unmarked point called “C”, as follows:

N. 52°49'00" W., 441.68 feet, to monument No. 1, which is a 11/2-inch iron pipe set in concrete;

S. 39°55'30'' W., 91.3 feet, more or less, through monument "A", which is a 34-inch iron rod set in concrete, monuments Nos. 3-A and 3, which are 1/2-inch iron pipes set in concrete, to an unmarked point called C,” located at the extreme high-water mark on the shore of Balboa Harbor, the distances being 44.96 feet, 13.04 feet, 28.52 feet, and

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