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4.8 feet, more or less, successively, from beginning of the course;

Northwesterly, 1,450 feet, more or less, following the extreme high-water mark along the shore of Balboa Harbor, to an unmarked point called “D," located 29.00 feet northwesterly and at right angles from the centerline of Navy Pier No. 2, and S. 47°02'30" W., 6.0 feet, more or less from monument "E";

N. 47°02'30" E., 68.8 feet, more or less, through monument "E,” which is a 2-inch iron pipe, to monument "F,” which is a 2inch iron pipe located 2.0 feet southwesterly from the face of Balboa Tank Farm cyclone fence, the distances being 6.0 feet, more or less, and 62.79 feet, successively, from beginning of the course.

Southeasterly, northeasterly, and northwesterly, along the outside of the Balboa Tank Farm cyclone fence, through monuments "G" to "P", inclusive, as follows:

S. 53°21'45'' E., 505.16 feet, through monument “G,” which is a 2-inch iron pipe, to monument “H,” which is a 2-inch iron pipe, the distances being 86.42 feet and 418.74 feet, successively, from beginning of the course;

N. 45°52'00" E., 380.50 feet, to monument I,” which is a 2-inch iron pipe;

N. 52°06'30" E., 91.53 feet, to monument "J,” which is a 2-inch iron pipe;

N. 33°11'30" E., 107.28 feet, to monument "K,” which is a 2-inch iron pipe;

N. 11°09'30'' E., 387.33 feet, to monument “L,” which is a brass plug in a concrete monument;

N. 46°45'30" E., 98.67 feet, to monument “M,” which is a 2-inch iron pipe;

N. 21°25'30" W., 1,083.69 feet, through monument “N,” which is a bronze plug in a concrete monument, monument “O," which is a 2-inch iron pipe, to monument "P,” which is a 1/2-inch iron pipe, located on the northwesterly side of the Navy cyclone fence, the distances being 333.41 feet, 370.00 feet, and 380.28 feet, successively, from beginning of the course;

N. 68°34'30" E., 400.00 feet, along the northwesterly side of the Navy cyclone fence to monument “Q,” which is a brass plug in

concrete monument, located 11.9 feet southwesterly and at right angles from the face of the southwesterly curb of Amador Road;

S. 21°25'30'' E., 1,120.33 feet, along the southwesterly side of Amador Road, to monument “R,” which is a brass plug in a concrete monument, located 12.2 feet southwesterly and at right angles from the face of the southwesterly curb of Amador Road;

N. 68°34'00" E., 388.2 feet, more or less, through monument “S," which is an iron rail set in concrete, located on the northwesterly side of the Navy cyclone fence, to an unmarked point called “T," located at the extreme high-water mark on the shore of Panama Bay, the distances being 353.18 feet and 35.0 feet, more or less, from beginning of the course;

S. 34°58'40" E., 1,080 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point called "U,” located at the

extreme high-water mark on the shore of Panama Bay and N. 37°39'10'' E., 63.8 feet, more or less, from monument “V;

S. 37°39'10" W., 63.8 feet, more or less, to monument "V," the point of beginning.

The directions of the lines refer to the true meridian.

The area of the above-described tract is 60.50 acres, more or less, and is as shown on Canal Zone Government drawing M-6117-60, entitled "Map Showing United States Naval Reservation, Balboa, Canal Zone,” scale 1:2,000, dated March 2, 1956, on file in the Office of the Governor.

The surveys of the boundary were made in February 1931, May 1946, July 1951, and February 1956, and are recorded in notebooks M–21, M-405, and M-478, and the geodetic positions of all points, referred to the Panama-Colon datum of the Canal Zone triangulation system, are on file in the office of the Surveys Branch, Engineering and Construction Bureau, Panama Canal Company.

Any discrepancies in bearings or distances between this and any previous descriptions of the area of the reservation are due to more accurate horizontal control rather than changes in positions of monuments. § 5.48

United States Naval Reservation, Rodman, Canal Zone. (a) The following-described areas of land, situated in the Canal Zone and designated as the United States Naval Reservation, Rodman, Canal Zone, 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 an unmarked point called "R" on the drawing, located east 301 feet, more or less, from the centerline of Bruja Road and on the boundary line of Parcel No. 3, Fort Clayton Army Reservation, the geodetic position of which, referred to the Canal Zone triangulation system, is in latitude 8°58' N. plus 2,606.03 feet and longitude 79°35' W. plus 3,714.69 feet from Greenwich.

Thence from said initial point by metes and bounds:

N. 68°00' E., 772 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point No. 13, located at the southeasterly corner of Parcel No. 3, Fort Clayton Army Reservation, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°58' N. plus 2,894.3 feet and in longitude 79°35' W. plus 3,000 feet;

Thence along a line coincident with the easterly boundary of Parcel No. 3, Fort Clayton Army Reservation, through points Nos. 12 to 1, inclusive;

North, 290 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point No. 12;

West, 265 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point No. 11, located at the back of the easterly curb of Second Street;

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Northeasterly and northwesterly, 495 feet, more or less, following along the back of the above-mentioned easterly curb of Second Street, to an unmarked point No. 10;

S. 73°45' E., 110 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point No. 9;

N. 16°15' E., 40 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point No.8;

S. 73°45' E., 40 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point No. 7;

S. 16°15' W., 40 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point No. 6;

S. 73°45' E., 100 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point No. 5;

N. 3°00' E., 190 feet, more or less, crossing Sago Avenue, to an unmarked point No. 4;

N. 73°45' W., 100 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point 3-D;

S. 16°15' W., 60 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point 3-C;

N. 73°45' W., 40 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point 3-B;

N. 16°15' E., 60 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point 3-A;

N. 73°45' W., '160 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point No. 3, located at the back of the curb of the northeasterly side of Second Street;

Northwesterly, 150 feet, more or less, following along the back of the northeasterly curb of Second Street and its northwesterly prolongation, crossing Tamarind Avenue, to an unmarked point No. 2, located at the back of the curb on the northerly side of Tamarind Avenue;

N. 40°26'35" E., 350 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point No. 1;

S. 49°33'25'' E., 2,170 feet, more or less, through monuments B-2 and B-3, which are 2-inch iron pipes set in concrete, to monument “C”, which is a 4-inch iron pipe, the distances being 990 feet, more or less, 325 feet, more or less, and 855 feet, more or less, successively, from the beginning of the course. Monument “C” is in latitude 8°58' N. plus 2,894.3 feet and in longitude 79°35' W. plus 1,504.4 feet;

East, 1,188 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point No. 4, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°58' N. plus 2,894.2 feet and in longitude 79°35' W. plus 316.4 feet;

S. 19° 24'40" E., 5,280.0 feet, along a line parallel to and 1,000.0 feet westerly from the west prism line of the Panama Canal, to an unmarked point No. 5, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°57' N. plus 3,961.6 feet and in longitude 79°34' W. plus 4,575.0 feet;

Due east, 1,060.3 feet, to an unmarked point No. 6, located on the west prism line of the Panama Canal, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°57' N. plus 3,961.6 feet and longitude 79°34' W. plus 3,514.7 feet;

S. 19°24'40" E., 4,155.8 feet, along a line coincident with the above-mentioned west prism line of the Panama Canal, to an unmarked point No. 7, the geodetic position

of which is in latitude 8°57' N. plus 42.1 feet and longitude 79°34' W. plus 2,133.6 feet;

S. 38°15'30'' E., 1,752.1 feet, along a line coincident with the above mentioned west prism line of the Panama Canal, to an unmarked point No. 8, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°56' N. plus 4,713.7 feet and longitude 79°34' W. plus 1,048.7 feet;

N. 89°30'00" W., 4,665.5 feet, through monument No. 9, which is a concrete monument, to monument No. 1, which is an 8inch square concrete monument, located 300 feet, more or less, westerly from the entrance to the U.S. Naval Reservation, Rodman, and is 75 feet northerly from the centerline of Thatcher Highway, the distances being 3,760.7 feet and 904.8 feet, successively, from beginning of the course. The geodetic position of monument No. 1 is in latitude 8°56' N. plus 4,754.4 feet and longitude 79°34' W. plus 5,713.9 feet;

Westerly and northwesterly, 4,650 feet, more or less, along a line parallel to and 75.0 feet northerly from the centerline of the concrete pavement of Thatcher Highway to an unmarked point No. 15 which is located 75 feet from the centerline of Bruja Road;

Northerly, 3,310 feet, more or less, along a line parallel to and 75 feet easterly from the 30-foot-wide concrete pavement of Bruja Road, to an unmarked point No. 14-1;

N. 68°00' E., 257.0 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point "L";

N. 18°00' E., 628.0 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point "M";

N. 64°00' E., 1,012.0 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point "N";

N. 14°35' E., 840.0 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point “O”;

N. 79°05' W., 756.0 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point "P";

N. 28°20' W., 462.0 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point “Q";

N. 38°10' W., 1,452.0 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point "R"; the point of beginning.

PARCEL No. 2 Beginning at monument “I”, which is a 2-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located northwesterly from the intersection of Thatcher Highway and Bruja Road and 75.0 feet northeasterly and at right angles from the centerline of the 18-foot-wide concrete pavement of Thatcher Highway, the geodetic position of which, referred to the Canal Zone triangulation system is in latitude 8°57' N. plus 1,879.0 feet and longitude 79°35' W. plus 3,399.5 feet;

Thence from said initial point by metes and bounds:

Westerly, 4,100 feet, more or less, along a line parallel to and 75.0 feet northerly from the centerline of the generally 18-foot-wide concrete pavement of Thatcher Highway, to an unmarked point “A”, located 75.0 feet northerly from the centerline of the 18-footwide pavement of Thatcher Highway and 30

feet, more or less, easterly from the center that might arise as a consequence of the line of the Rio Velasquez, the geodetic posi

Company's use of said area. tion of point "A" being in latitude 8°57' N. plus 2,754 feet, more or less, and longitude

(31 F.R. 12204, Sept. 16, 1966, as amended at

36 F.R. 499, Jan. 14, 1971) 79°36' W. plus 1,162 feet, more or less; Easterly and northeasterly, 4,200 feet,

AIR FORCE more or less, along a line parallel to and 30 feet southeasterly from the centerline of the § 5.61

Albrook Air Force Base. above mentioned Rio Velasquez to an un

The following-described areas of land, marked point "G"-1.

situated in the Canal Zone and desigS. 73°30' W., 864 feet, more or less, to point

nated as the Albrook Air Force Base, are "G”, located 140 feet, more or less, southerly from the centerline of the Old Bruja Road,

reserved and set apart as, and assigned the geodetic position of which is in latitude to the uses and purposes of, an Air Force 8°57' N. plus 4,500 feet, more or less, and in reservation, under the jurisdiction and longitude 79°35' W. plus 3,464 feet, more or control of the Secretary of the Air Force, less;

but subject to $ 5.82: Southerly, 2,600 feet, more or less, along a line parallel to and 75.0 feet westerly from

PARCEL No. 1 the centerline of the 30-foot-wide concrete

Beginning at monument No. 41, which is pavement of Bruja Road, to monument “H”,

a 2-inch iron pipe, located at the southwest which is a 2-inch iron pipe set in concrete,

corner of the Gasoline Storage Area, and on located northwesterly from the intersection

the prolongation of the cyclone fence which of Thatcher Highway and Bruja Road, the borders the C-12 Road, the geodetic position geodetic position of which is in latitude

of which is in latitude 9°00' N. plus 1,765.0 8°57' N. plus 1,910.1 feet and longitude 79°

feet and longitude 79°33' W. plus 5,217.6 feet. 35' W. plus 3,329.9 feet;

Monument No. 41 is on the easterly boundS. 66°11'00" W., 77.0 feet, to monument “I”,

ary of Fort Clayton Army Reservation, and the point of beginning.

on the northerly boundary of the Curundu The directions of the lines refer to the

Army Reservation. true meridian.

Thence from said initial point by metes The total area of U.S. Naval Reservation,

and bounds: Rodman, C.Z., is 1,256.6 acres, more or less

Southeasterly, along the face of the above (Parcel No. 1 is 1,122.9 acres, more or less;

mentioned cyclone fence, on the northeastParcel No. 2 is 133.7 acres, more or less) and

erly side of the C-12 Road, to monument is as shown on Panama Canal Drawing No.

No. 42, which is a 112-inch iron pipe, located M-6120-33, entitled "Boundary of U.S. Naval

on the prolongation of the fence line at the Reservation, Rodman, C.Z.", scale 1:10,000,

southeast corner of the Gasoline Storage dated May 13, 1969, on file in the Office of the

Area, the geodetic position of which is in Governor, Balboa Heights, C.Z.

latitude 9°00' N. plus 1,476.4 feet and longi(b) No additional permanent struc

tude 79°33' W. plus 4,759.8 feet;

N. 69°07'00" E., 20.4 feet, to monument tures or facilities shall be constructed or

No. 43, which is a 112-inch iron pipe, located installed within a distance of 100.0 feet

50 feet northeasterly of the centerline of the northerly from the centerline of the con C-12 Road and 18 inches from the above. crete pavement of Thatcher Highway (in mentioned cyclone fence; its present location) between monument

Southeasterly, parallel to, and 50 feet from,

the centerline of the C-12 Road, to monu"A" and monument NAD_1.

ment No. 44, which is a 2-inch iron pipe, the (c) The Panama Canal Company may

geodetic position of which is in latitude continue to use that portion of this reser 8°59' N. plus 5,579.6 feet and longitude 79°33' vation which comprises the lands adja

W. plus 4,236.2 feet;

S. 68°32'30" E., 115.5 feet, to monument cent to the Rio Velasquez and which lies

No. 45, which is a 2-inch iron pipe; generally below the 30-foot contour, as

N. 70°16'30'' E., 389.5 feet, to monument. a hydraulic dump, and personnel and No. 46, which is a 11/2-inch iron pipe; equipment of the Panama Canal Com S. 37°28'00" E., 198.1 feet, to monument pany shall be permitted free access to No. 47, which is a 2-inch iron pipe; such fill area for all purposes related to S. 64°36'20'' E., 1,184.6 feet, through monuthe use and maintenance of the area as ments Nos. 48 and 49, which are 2-inch iron a hydraulic dump. The Panama Canal

pipes, to monument No. 50, which is a 2-inch Company shall be responsible for taking

iron pipe, the distances being 67.8 feet, 565.8

feet and 651.0 feet, successively, from beginall pest control, sanitation, health, and

ning of the course; safety measures within the fill area which

S. 49°51'50" E., 103.0 feet, to monument. are necessary to protect public health No. 51, which is a 112-inch iron pipe; and safety, both inside and outside the S. 49° 28'30'' E., 835.5 feet, through monufill area, from any hazards or conditions ment No. 52, which is a 11/2-inch iron pipe,

to monument No. 63, which is a 142-inch iron pipe, located 40 feet westerly from the centerline of the C-15 Road, the distances being 515.3 feet and 320.2 feet, successively, from beginning of the course;

S. 15°30'20" W., 1,004.3 feet, along the westerly side of the C-15 Road, through monument No. 54 which is a 112-inch iron pipe, to monumen No. 55, which is a 2-inch iron pipe, located northeasterly and 50 feet from the centerline of the C-12 Road, the distances being 275.9 feet and 728.4 feet, successively, from beginning of the course;

S. 47°54'50" E., 153.9 feet, crossing the C-15 Road, to monument No. 56, which is & 2-inch iron pipe, located northeasterly, and 50 feet from the centerline of the C-12 Road;

N. 80°01'40'' E., 558.9 feet, to monument No. 57, which is a 2-inch iron pipe;

N. 10°51'50" E., 645.2 feet, to monument No. 58, which is a 2-inch iron pipe;

N. 57°35'10" E., 378.5 feet, to monument No. 59, which is a 2-inch iron pipe;

N. 25°38'50" E., 681.5 feet, to monument No. 60, which is a brass plug in a concrete monument, being further identified as triangulation station "Cedro";

N. 87°37'40" E., 1,856.0 feet, through monuments Nos. 61, 62, 63, 64, and 65, which are 2-inch iron pipes, to monument No. 66, which is a 2-inch iron pipe, the distances being 92.0 feet, 90.5 feet, 284.1 feet, 415.7 feet, 107.8 feet and 865.9 feet, successively, from beginning of the course;

Due east, 1,564.5 feet, through monuments Nos. 67, 68, 69, 70, and 71, which are 2-inch iron pipes, to an unmarked point called No. 72, which is on the Canal Zone-Republic of Panama boundary in the center of the Rio Curundu, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°59' N. plus 4,948.6 feet and longitude 79°32' W. plus 3,318.4 feet, the distances being 55.4 feet, 354.1 feet, 387.9 feet, 370.7 feet, 364.4 feet and 32.0 feet, successively from beginning of the course.

The above described boundary line from monument No. 41 to unmarked point No. 72, is common with the northerly boundary of Curundu Army Reservation.

Northerly, along the centerline of the Rio Curundu, which is the Canal Zone-Republic of Panama boundary line, to monument "E," which is a brass plug set in a 10-inch square concrete post, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 9°01' N. plus 1,046.6 feet and longitude 79°32' W. plus 2,469.6 feet. Monument “E” is also on the southern boundary of Fort Clayton Army Reservation;

S. 89°59'20'' W., 616.1 feet, through monuments Nos. 1, which is a 2-inch iron pipe, and 2, which is a 112-inch iron pipe, to monument No. 3, which is a 2-inch iron pipe, the distances being 124.4 feet, 64.0 feet, and 427.7 feet, successively, from beginning of the course;

Due west, 8,000.1 feet through monuments Nos. 4 to 23, inclusive, which are 2-inch iron pipes, to monument No. 24, which is a 3-inch iron pipe, the geodetic position of which is

in latitude 9°01' N. plus 1,046.5 feet and longitude 79°33' W. plus 5,073.6 feet, the distances being 474.4 feet, 220.2 feet, 302.0 feet, 360.9 feet, 171.9 feet, 299.9 feet, 101.5 feet, 385.0 feet, 327.5 feet, 449.3 feet, 519.1 feet, 290.7 feet, 461.7 feet, 870.9 feet, 142.7 feet, 744.4 feet, 384.3 feet, 571.9 feet, 196.0 feet, 591.3 feet and 134.5 feet, successively, from beginning of the course;

Due south, 4,419.5 feet, through monuments Nos. 25 to 38, inclusive, which are 2-inch iron pipe, to monument No. 39, which is a 2-inch iron pipe, located at the northwest corner of the Gasoline Storage Area, the distances being 126.2 feet, 278.8 feet, 355.6 feet, 383.5 feet, 106.9 feet, 382.3 feet, 290.6 feet, 199.1 feet, 281.4 feet, 315.0 feet, 226.4 feet, 188.5 feet, 190.5 feet, 567.5 feet and 527.2 feet, successively, from the beginning of the course.

S. 09°00' W., 921.0 feet, through monument No. 40, which is a 2-inch iron pipe, to monument No. 41, the point of beginning, the distances being 320.0 feet and 601.0 feet, successively, from beginning of the course. The above described boundary line from monument "E" to monument No. 41 inclusive, is common with a part of the southerly and easterly boundary of Fort Clayton Army Reservation.

PARCEL No. 2 Beginning at monument No. 2, which is a 112-inch iron pipe located on the northeasterly side of Gaillard Highway, opposite Diablo crossing, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°58' N. plus 3,010.7 feet and longitude 79°34' W. plus 663.5 feet.

Thence from said initial point by metes and bounds;

S. 64°22'50'' E., 483.6 feet, through monument No. 3, which is a 112-inch iron pipe, to monument No. 4, which is a 112-inch iron pipe, the distances being 177.2 feet and 306.4 feet, successively, from beginning of the course;

N. 44°36' E., 102.3 feet, to monument No. 5, which is a 112-inch iron pipe.

No. 09°44'20" W., 1,883.2 feet, through monuments Nos. 6, 7, 8, and 9, which are 11/2-inch iron pipes, to monument No. 10, which is a 11/2-inch iron pipe, located inside the cyclone fence surrounding the water tanks northerly from Diablo crossing, the distances being 523.9 feet, 442.9 feet, 410.2 feet, 297.7 feet, and 208.5 feet, successively, from beginning of the course;

N. 49°31'30'' E., 117.1 feet, to monument No. 11, which is a 112-inch iron pipe, located on the outside of the above mentioned cyclone fence;

N. 31°47'41" W., 307.1 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence and its prolongation to monument No. 12 which is a 2-inch iron pipe;

N. 22°19'50'' W., 257.5 feet, through monument No. 13, which is a 2-inch iron pipe, to monument No. 14, which is a 2-inch iron pipe, the distances being 33.0 feet and 224.5

feet, successively, from 'beginning of the course;

N. 21°28' W., 296.9 feet, to monument No. 15, which is a 2-inch iron pipe;

N. 10°10'00' W., 261.1 feet, to monument No. 16, which is a 2-inch iron pipe;

N. 26°10'20" W., 455.5 feet, to monument No. 17, which is a 2-inch iron pipe, located on the prolongation of a cyclone fence;

N. 73°51'30'' E., 219.8 feet, along the prolongation of, and along the face of the above mentioned cyclone fence, through monument No. 17-A, which is a 3-inch iron pine, located on the southerly boundary of Corozal Army Reservation (Parcel No. 1) to monument No. 18, which is a brass plug in a concrete road pavement near the Army Finance Office, the distance being 168.0 and 51.8 feet, successively, from beginning of the course;

N. 58°02'30'' E., 244.7 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence and its prolongation to monument No. 19, which is a 2-inch iron pipe;

N. 01°26'30" W., 1,563.8 feet, through monuments Nos. 20, 21, and 22, which are 2inch iron pipes, to monument No. 23, which is an 8-inch square concrete post, further described as old Curundu Military Reservation boundary monument No. 33, located on top of Corozal Hill, the distances being 384.3 feet, 583.5 feet, 360.2 feet and 235.8 feet, successively, from beginning of the course;

The above described boundary line from monument No. 17-A to monument No. 23 inclusive, is common with the easterly boundary of Corozal Army Reservation (Parcel No. 1);

N. 60°03'20'' E., 1,485.1 feet, through monuments Nos. 24, 25, 26, and 27, which are 2inch iron pipes, to monument No. 28, which is a 2-inch iron pipe, the distances being 497.2 feet, 202.0 feet, 229.1 feet, 225.5 feet and 331.3 feet, successively from beginning of the course;

N. 33°39'20" E., 1,623.6 feet, through monuments Nos. 29, 30, and 31, which are 2inch iron pipes, to monument No. 32, which is a 2-inch iron pipe, the distances being 265.5 feet, 249.1 feet, 299.9 feet, and 809.1 feet, successively, from beginning of the course;

N. 33°38'50'' E., 708.1 feet, through monument No. 32-A, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located on the westerly boundary of Curundu Army Reservation, to monument No. 33, which is a 2-inch Iron pipe, located at right angles to, and 50 feet southwesterly from the centerline of the C12 Road, the distances being 656.4 feet and 51.7 feet, successively from beginning of the course;

Southeasterly along a line parallel to, and 50 feet southwesterly from the centerline of the C-12 Road, through monument No. 33-A, which is a 3-inch iron pdpe set in concrete, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°59' N. plus 4,317.7 feet and longitude 79°33' W. plus 3,512.1 feet, and monument No. 33-D, which is a 3-inch Iron pipe set in concrete the geodetic position of which is

in latitude 8°59' N. plus 4,107.6 feet and longitude 79°33' W. plus 3,028.1 feet to monument No. 34, which is a 24/2-inch iron pipe located southeasterly from Albrook Air Force Base Gate No. 13, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°59' N. plus 3,350.6 feet and longitude 79°33' W. plus 2,189.4 feet;

S. 70°02'20'' W., 70.1 feet, to monument No. 35, which is a 21/2-inch dron pipe, located near the northeast corner of the Deer Park;

S. 15°28'20'' E., 127.4 feet, along the eastern fence line of the Deer Park to monument No. 36, which is a 11/2-inch iron pipe, located at the southeast corner of the Deer Park;

S. 45°43'50" W., 149.8 feet, along the southerly fence une of the Deer Park, to monument No. 37, which is a 1/2-inch iron pipe, located at the southwesterly corner of the Deer Park;

8. 39°15'30'' E., 171.9 feet, to monument No. 38, which is a 11/2-inch iron pipe;

S. 39°15'10" E., 111.9 feet, to monument No 39, which is a 142-inch iron pipe;

S. 39°15'30" E., 50.7 feet, to monument No. 40, which is a 142-inch iron pipe;

S. 15°28'50" W., 739.4 feet, through monuments Nos. 41, 42 and 43, which are 142-inch iron pipes, to monument No. 44, which is & 1/2-inch iron pipe, the distances being 215.5 feet, 117.0 feet, 192.2 feet and 214.7 feet, successively from beginning of the course;

S. 15°28'40" W., 972.1 feet, through monument No. 45, which is a 11/2-inch iron pipe; to monument No. 46, which is a 1/2-inch iron pipe, the distances being 669.0 feet and 303.1 feet, successively, from beginning of the course;

S. 28°47'50'' E., 1,149.0 feet, through monument No. 47, which is a 142-inch iron pipe, to monument No. 48, which is a 1/2-inch iron pipe, the distances being 692.4 feet and 456.6 feet, successively from beginning of the course;

S. 24°35'30'' E., 104.3 feet, to monument No. 49, which is a 11/2-inch iron pipe;

S. 14°00'20'' E., 350.3 feet, along the westerly side of an improved drain, through monument No. 50, which is a 142-inch iron pipe, to monument No. 51, which is a 142-inch dron pipe, the distances being 238.2 feet and 112.1 feet, successively, from beginning of the course;

8. 02°25'30" E., 303.4 feet, along the westerly side of the above mentioned improved drain, to monument No. 62, which is a 142inch iron pipe;

S. 21°38'00" E., 171.3 feet, along the westerly side of the above mentioned improved drain, to monument No. 53, which is a 142inch iron pipe;

S. 34°12'30'' E., 326.6 feet, along the westerly side of the above mentioned improved drain to monument No. 54, which is a brass plug in a concrete road pavement;

S. 17°11'50'' W., 451.3 feet, along the westerly side of the above mentioned improved drain, to monument No. 55, which is a 142inch iron pipe;

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