S. 66°17'30" W., 77.1 feet, along the northerly side of the above mentioned improved drain to monument No. 66, which is a 192inch iron pipe, located at the intersection of two improved drains; S. 73°27'50'' E., 148.1 feet, along the northerly side of an improved drain, to monument No. 57, which is a 142-inch iron pipe, located at the intersection of two improved drains; N. 48°48'20'' E., 67.3 feet, along the southeasterly side of an improved drain, to monument No. 58, which is a 1/2-inch iron pipe; N. 64°44'40'' E., 444.5 feet, along the above mentioned improved drain, to monument No. 59, which is a 142-inch iron pipe; N. 80°37'20'' E., 631.5 feet, along the above mentioned improved drain and its prolongation, to monument No. 60, which is a 2-inch iron pipe, located on the southerly side of an improved drain at its head; N. 48°30'00'' E., 342.4 feet, along the above mentioned improved drain, to monument No. 61, which is a 2-inch iron pipe; N. 72°13'40" E., 145.4 feet, along the above mentioned improved drain, to monument No. 62, which is a 2-inch iron pipe, located at the intersection of two improved drains; S. 06°52'50" W., 541.3 feet, along the easterly side of an improved drain, to monument No. 63, which is a 142-inch iron pipe; S. 09°14'30" W., 241.4 feet, along the easterly side of the above mentioned improved drain, to monument No. 64, which is a 192inch Iron pipe, located at the intersection of two improved drains: N. 61°37'40" E., 262.2 feet, along the northwesterly side of an improved drain, to monument No. 65, which is a 142-inch iron pipe, located at the intersection of two improved drains; S. 68°53'50" E., 859.8 feet, along the northerly side of an improved drain, to monument No. 66, which is a 142-inch iron pipe; S. 11°09'00" W., 247.5 feet, along the easterly side of the above mentioned improved drain to monument No. 67, which is a 1/2-inch iron pipe; S. 64°55'30" E., 47.7 feet, to monument No. 68, which is a brass plug set in the westerly edge of the concrete pavement of Curundu Road; S. 20°49'00' W., 676.2 feet, to monument No. 69, which is a 2-inch iron pipe, located at the corner of a cyclone fence on the westerly side of Curundu Road; Along the above mentioned cyclone fence, with the following courses, to monument No. 75–1; S. 20°48'10" W., 587.0 feet, to monument No. 70, which is a 2-inch iron pipe; S. 15°51'10" W., 1,319.8 feet, to monument No. 71, which is a 142-inch iron pipe; S. 19°23'30" W., 116.0 feet, to monument No. 72, which is a 2-inch iron pipe; S. 26°28'20" W., 36.8 feet, to monument No. 73, which is a 11/2-inch iron pipe, located at the corner of the above mentioned cyclone fence; N. 52°01'20'' W., 192.3 feet, to monument No. 74, which is a brass plug in a concrete road pavement; N. 49°48'50' W., 445.3 feet, to monument No. 75, which is a 1/2-inch iron pipe, located at the corner of the above mentioned cyclone fence; N. 50°56'10" W., 561.9 feet, along the southwesterly side of the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument No. 75–1, which is a 19%2-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located 1.5 feet southwesterly from the above mentioned cyclone fence; S. 20°28'30" W., 670.3 feet, along a line parallel to and 250.0 feet southeasterly from the northwesterly edge of a concrete taxiway, to monument No. 75–2, which is a 142-inch iron pipe set in concrete; S. 39°46'25'' W., 1,192.3 feet, along a line parallel to and 250.0 feet southeasterly from the above mentioned taxiway, to monument No. 75–3, which is a 1/2-inch iron pipe set in concrete; The above described boundary line, from monument No. 75–3 inclusive, is common with the northerly and westerly boundary of Canal Zone Government Land License No. 1509, Federal Aviation Agency. S. 39°47'24" W., 210.7 feet, along a line parallel to and 250.0 feet southeasterly from the above mentioned taxiway, to monument No. 75-4, which is an iron rod set in concrete. N. 84°11'06'' W., 49.2 feet, to monument No. 75–5, which is an Iron rod set in concrete, located 5.0 feet northerly from the northerly · edge of a hangar apron; N. 58°18'51" W., 53.6 feet, to monument No. 75–6, which is an iron rod set in concrete, located 5.0 feet northerly from the above mentioned hangar apron; S. 38°19'54" W., 157.2 feet, to monument No. 75–7, which is a monel metal plug, 10cated in a concrete sidewalk, and is 15.0 feet northwesterly from the northwesterly edge of a hangar; S. 32°22'09" W., 199.9 feet, along a line parallel to and 15.0 feet northwesterly from the above mentioned hangar, to monument No. 75-8, which is an iron rod set in concrete; S. 24°57'39" W., 146.2 feet, to monument No. 75–9, which is an iron rod set in concrete, located at the southwesterly edge of the concrete apron of the above mentioned hangar; S. 58°14'06'' E., 227.6 feet, along the southwesterly edge of the above mentioned concrete hangar apron to monument “U”, which is a 3-inch pipe set in concrete; S. 85°23'00" W., 57.4 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument "T" which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; S. 39°04'50'' W., 836.2 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument “S”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; S. 05°12'40" E., 20.4 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument “R”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; S. 40°17'50" W., 378.4 feet, through the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument “Q”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located inside the above mentioned cyclone fence, and 30 feet northwesterly from the northwesterly edge of the Gaillard Highway pavement; Southwesterly, along a line parallel to, and 30 feet from the northwesterly edge of Gaillard Highway pavement, passing through to the outside of the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument "P", which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located 1.5 feet from outside of the above mentioned cyclone fence, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°57' N. plus 4,796.5 feet, and longitude 79°33' W. plus 3,406.7 feet; Westerly, parallel to, and 1.5 feet from the face of the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument “M”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°57' N. plus 4,887.1 feet and longitude 79°33' W. plus 4,153.0 feet; N. 45°40'40'' W., 265.2 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument “L”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; N. 34°35'40'' W., 305.1 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument “K”, which is a 3-inch pipe set in concrete; N. 26°57'30'' W., 300.2 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument “J”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; N. 20°14'30" W., 791.0 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument “I”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete; N. 32°45'40" W., 507.7 feet, to monument “H”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located beside the above mentioned cyclone fence, northwesterly from Albrook Air Force Gate No. 2; N. 32°46'20" W., 995.4 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, through monument “G”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete, to monument "F", which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concrete, the distances being 254.6 feet and 740.8 feet, successively, from beginning of the course; N. 87°49'10" W., 29.2 feet, along the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument D-2, which is a round iron corner post of the above mentioned cyclone fence; N. 32°43'50" W., 647.3 feet, along the face of the above mentioned cyclone fence, to monument D-1, which is the first iron “I” post in the above mentioned cyclone fence, located southeasterly from Gate No. 1, of Albrook Air Force Base; N. 41°33'40" W., 158.8 feet, to monument “D”, which is a 3-inch iron pipe set in concete, located on the northeasterly side of Gaillard Highway and is old Curundu Milltary Reservation boundary monument No. 51; N. 32°49'50" W., 514.0 feet, to monument “C”, which is a brass plug in the edge of the Gaillard Highway third lane widening strip, southeasterly from the Diablo crossing; N. 25°35'50" W., 39.0 feet along the edge of the pavement widening strip, to monument "B", which is an iron rod set in con crete, located at an angle in the above mentioned widening strip; N. 32°49'50" W., 362.7 feet, along the edge of the pavement widening strip and its prolongation, to monument "A", which is a brass plug set in the pavement on the east side of Diablo crossing; N. 57°53'30'' E., 46.4 feet to monument No. 2, the point of beginning. PARCEL No. 3 Beginning at monument “W”, which is a 2-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located 25 feet from the centerline of the C-12 Road and 25 feet from the centerline of the Engine Test Valley Road, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°59' N. plus 427.1 feet and longitude 79°32' W. plus 5,975.0 feet; Thence from said initial point by metes and bounds: In a northerly direction, approximately 1,280 feet, along a line parallel to, and 25 feet westerly from the centerline of the Engine Test Valley Road, to monument "X", which is a 2-inch iron pipe set in concrete, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°59' N., plus 1,620.1 feet and longitude 79°32' W. plus 5,556.5 feet; N. 33°19'00" W., 1,461.3 feet, to an unmarked point called X-1; S. 56°41'00' W., 641.9 feet, to monument "Y", which is a 2-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located 25 feet northeasterly from the centerline of the C-12 Road; In a southeasterly direction, approximately 2,275 feet, along a line, parallel to, and 25 feet northeasterly from the centerline of the C–12 Road, to monument "W", the point of beginning. PARCEL No. 4 Beginning at monument No. 1, which is a 2-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located on the right bank of, and 77.1 feet westerly from the centerline of the Rio Curundu, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°58' N. plus 4,120.5 feet and longitude 79°32' W. plus 3,126.7 feet, further described as being 32 feet northeasterly from the centerline of the Road to Bella Vista near Albrook Air Force Gate No. 12. Monument No. 1 is on the easterly boundary of Curundu Army Reservation. Thence from said initial point by metes and bounds: Westerly, along a line parallel to, and 32 feet northerly from the centerline of the Road to Bella Vista, to monument "A", which is a brass plug set in a concrete monument, located 25 feet easterly from the centerline of Curundu Road, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°58' N. plus 4,714.3 feet and longitude 79°32' W. plus 4,797.3 feet; Northerly, along a line parallel to, and 25 feet easterly from the centerline of Curundu Road, to monument "B,” which is a 2-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located 10 feet westerly from the centerline of a railroad, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°58' N. plus 5,263.5 feet and longitude 79°32' W. plus 4845.0 feet; Northerly, along a line parallel to, and 10 feet westerly from the centerline of the above mentioned railroad, to monument "C," which is a 2-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located 25 feet westerly from the centerline of Warehouse Road, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°58' N. plus 5,920.2 feet and longitude 79°32' W. plus 4,577.6 feet; N. 00°08'40" W. 322.6 feet, to monument "D,” which is a 2-inch iron pipo set in concrete, located 25 feet westerly from the centerline of Warehouse Road; N. 65°59'30" E., 1,390.5 feet, along a line 99 feet northerly of the Air Force Warehouse Building line, through monuments "E," "F" and “G," which are 2-inch iron pipes set in concrete, to monument “H,” which is a 2-inch iron pipe set in concrete, the distances being 223.6 feet, 387.6 feet, 423.1 feet, and 356.2 feet, successively, from beginning of the course; N. 65°59'00" E., 141.0 feet, to monument "I,” which is a 2-inch iron pipe set in concrete; N. 65°59'30" E., 199.2 feet, to monument “J," which is a 2-inch iron pipe set in concrete; N. 65°59'40" E., 140.7 feet, through monument "K,” which is a 2-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located on the right bank of the Rio Curundu, to an unmarked and unnumbered point, located on the Canal ZoneRepublic of Panama boundary, in the center of the Rio Curundu, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°59' N. plus 956.7 feet and longitude 79°32' W. plus 2,869.1 feet, the distances being 116.2 feet and 24.5 feet, successively, from beginning of the course; Southerly, along the centerline of the Rio Curundu, on the Canal Zone-Republic of Panama boundary, to an unmarked and unnumbered point, located 32 feet northeasterly from the centerline of the Road to Bella Vista, near Albrook Air Force Gate No. 12, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°58' N. plus 4,057.3 feet and longitude 79°32' W. plus 3082.6 feet; N. 34°52'20" W., 77.1 feet, parallel to, and 32 feet from the centerline of the Road to Bella Vista, to monument No. 1, the point of beginning. The above described boundary line from monument No. 1 through monument “R” to unnumbered point in the centerline of the Rio Curundu, and from unnumbered point in the centerline of the Rio Curundu near Gate No. 12 to monument No. 1, is common with a part of the easterly boundary of Curundu Army Reservation. PARCEL No. 5 Beginning at monument "A,” which is a 2-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located on the westerly side of the Engine Test Valley Road, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°59' N. plus 3,486.8 feet and longitude 79°32' W. plus 4,924.0 feet. Thence from said initial point by metes and bounds: S. 76°29'20" E., 275.0 feet, to monument "B,” which is a 2-inch iron pipe set in concrete; N. 13°30'30" E., 740.0 feet, to monument "C,” which is a 2-inch iron pipe set in concrete; N. 76°29'40" W., 275.0 feet, to monument "D,” which is a 2-inch iron pipe set in concrete; S. 13°30'20" W., 739.9 feet, to monument "A," the point of beginning. The directions of the lines refer to the true meridian. PARCEL No. 6 Beginning at monument "A,” which is an iron rod set in concrete, located on top of Semaphor Hill, the geodetic position of which, referred to the Canal Zone triangulation system, is in latitude 9°04' N. plus 4,621.4 feet and longitude 79°39' W. plus 671.4 feet. Monument "A" is N. 28°36'12'' E., 165.73 feet from Canal Zone triangulation station "Semaphor.” Thence from said initial point by metes and bounds: Due South, 250 feet, to monument “B”, which is an iron rod set in concrete; Due west 350 feet, to an unmarked "C"; Due East, 350 feet, to monument "A", the point of beginning. The directions of the lines refer to the true meridian. The above-described tract contains an area of 2.01 acres and is as shown on Canal Zone Government Drawing No. 6116–34 (Revision No. 6, dated Sept. 28, 1966) entitled “Map showing U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force Reservations-Fort Clayton, Corozal, Curundu, and Albrook Air Force Base, Canal Zone,” scale 1:10,000, dated May 29, 1952, on file in the Office of the Governor of the Canal Zone, Balboa Heights, c.z. Revision No. 6 is entitled "Albrook Air Force Base, Parcel No.6.” The total area of Albrook Air Force Base is 2,667.1 acres more or less; Parcel No. 1 is 1,403.9 acres, more or less; Parcel No. 2 is 1,136.1 acres, more or less; Parcel No. 3 is 31.8 acres, more or less; Parcel No. 4 is 98.6 acres, more or less; Parcel No. 5 is 4.7 acres, more or less; and Parcel No. 6 is 2.01 acres; and is as shown on Canal Zone Government Drawing No. 6116-34 (Revision No. 6 dated Sept. 28, 1966) entitled “Map Showing U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force Reservations-Fort Clayton, Corozal, Curundu, and Albrook Air Force Base, Canal Zone," scale 1:10,000 dated May 29, 1952, on file in the Office of the Governor. [31 F.R. 12204, Sept. 16, 1966, as amended at 32 F.R. 13770, Oct. 3, 1967] $ 5.62 Howard Air Force Base. (a) The following-described areas of land, situated in the Canal Zone and designated as Howard Air Force Base, the centerline of Thatcher Highway paveare reserved and set apart as, and as ment, the geodetic position of which is in signed to the uses and purposes of, an latitude 8°57' N. plus 1,269.6 feet and lon gitude 79°35' W. plus 2,871.9 feet; Air Force Reservation, under the juris S. 49°42'40" E., 103.3 feet, crossing Bruja diction and control of the Secretary of Road, to monument No. 41, which is a 2the Air Force, but subject to $ 5.82: inch iron pipe, located 50 feet southeasterly PARCEL No. 1 from the centerline of Bruja Road pavement and 50 feet southwesterly from the centerline Beginning at monument A.T.F. 2, which is of Thatcher Highway pavement; a 212-inch Iron pipe set in concrete, located Southwesterly, along a line parallel to and on the eastern boundary of the Arraijan Tank 50 feet from the centerline of Bruja Road Farm Naval Reservation and on the right pavement, to monument No. 42, which is a bank of the Rio Velasquez, the geodetic posi 2-inch iron pipe, located 50 feet southwesttion of which referred to the Canal Zone erly from the centerline of the road to triangulation system is in latitude 8°57' N. Panama Canal West Bank Tank Farm Area plus 2,611.6 feet and longitude 79°36' W. plus No. 1, the geodetic position of which is in 2,100.1 feet from Greenwich. latitude 8°56' N. plus 5,694.6 feet and lonThence from said initial point by metes gitude 79°35' W. plus 3,646.9 feet; and bounds: Southeasterly and northeasterly, along & N. 65°27'30" E., 125.1 feet, to monument line parallel to and 50 feet from the centerNo. 33, which is a 24/2-inch iron pipe; line of the road to Panama Canal West Bank N. 15°10'10" E., 150.2 feet, to monument Tank Farm Area No. 1, to monument No. 43, No. 34, which is a 2-inch iron pipe, located which is a 2-inch iron pipe, the geodetic 50 feet southerly from the centerline of the position of which is in latitude 8°56' N. plus pavement of Thatcher Highway; 4,729.0 feet and longitude 79°35' W. plus Easterly, along a line parallel to and 50 feet 2,179.5 feet; southerly from the centerline of Thatcher S. 87°22'40" E., 641.4 feet, to monument Highway pavement to monument No. 35, No. 44, which is a 10-inch-square concrete which is a 3-inch iron pipe, the geodetic monument; position of which is in latitude 8°57' N. plus N. 89°59'00" E., 1,318.6 feet, to monument 2,651.5 feet and longitude 79°36' W. plus No. 45, which is a 10-inch-square concrete 1,504.0 feet; monument; S. 00°04'50” E., 152.3 feet, to monument N. 78°23'00" E., 224.0 feet, to monument No. 36, which is a 10-inch square concrete No. 46, which is a 10-inch-square concrete monument; monument, located 56.8 feet, southwesterly S. 82°23'20'' E., 493.2 feet, to monument from the centerline of Thatcher Highway No. 36–1, which is a 2-inch iron pipe; pavement, and 20.7 feet northwesterly from S. 82°20'10" E., 238.9 feet, to monument the centerline of K-2D road pavement; No. 36–2, which is a 2-inch iron pipe set in South, 822.9 feet, to monument No. 47, concrete; which is 10-inch-square concrete S. 82°20'00" E., 119.4 feet, to monument monument; No. 36–3, which is a 2-inch iron pipe set in S. 00°03'00" W., 721.3 feet, to monument concrete; N.B. which is an 8-inch-square concrete post, S. 82°22'30" E., 662.1 feet, to monument located on the northerly boundary of the No. 37, which is a 10-inch-square concrete Farfan Naval Radio Station. monument; West, 1,799.1 feet, along the above-menN. 00°02'19'' W., 39.4 feet, to monument tioned Naval boundary, through monuments No. N-17-A, which is a 194-inch iron pipe N-10A, N-10, N-9, and N-8, which are 242set in concrete, located 200.0 feet southerly inch iron pipes, to an unmarked point called from the centerline of the present Thatcher N-5, the distances being 634.3 feet, 213.0 feet, Highway pavement, the geodetic position of 324.9 feet, 231.7 feet, and 395.2 feet, sucwhich, referred to the Canal Zone triangula cessively, from beginning of the course; tion system, is in latitude 8°57' N. plus South, 920.7 feet, along the above-men2,337.7 feet, more or less, and longitude 79°36' tioned Naval boundary to an unmarked point W., plus 3.4 feet, more or less; called N-4; Southeasterly, along a line parallel to and West, 1,837.0 feet, along the above-men200 feet southerly from the centerline of the tioned Naval boundary, to an unmarked point present Thatcher Highway pavement, to called N-3, which is 100 feet north of the monument No. 40-A, which is a 12-inch iron centerline of Poinciana Drive; pipe set in concrete, located 200.0 feet south South, 4,670.9 feet, along the westerly westerly from the centerline of the present boundary of the above-mentioned Naval StaThatcher Highway pavement and 50 feet tion, through monuments N-2 and N-1, westerly from the centerline of the Bruja which are 21/2-inch iron pipes, monument Road pavement; “J”, which is an 8-inch-square concrete post, Northeasterly, along a line parallel to and monuments Nos. 51, 52, 53, 54, and 55, which 50 feet westerly from the centerline of Bruja are 242-inch iron pipes, to monument NRoad pavement to an unmarked point called 26N, which is an 8-inch-square concrete post, No. 40, located 50 feet southwesterly from the distances being 624.0 feet, 767.7 feet, a 687.7 feet, 500.0 feet, 580.0 feet, 530.0 feet, 303.0 feet, 600.0 feet, and 78.5 feet, successfully, from beginning of the course; S. 52°07'00" E., 2,452.1 feet, along the southwesterly boundary of the above-mentioned Naval Station, through monuments N-25A and N-25N, which are 212-inch iron pipes, to monument N-24N, which is an 8inch-square concrete post, the distances being 500.0 feet, 463.0 feet, and 1,489.1 feet, successively, from beginning of the course; East, 3,464.0 feet, along the southerly boundary of the above-mentioned Naval Station, to an unmarked point called N.D., located in the swamp on the southerly side of the Rio Farfan; S. 71°29'20'' E., 1,413.2 feet, to monument "A”, which is a 12-inch by 10-inch concrete post, located at the northwest corner of Palo Seco Leper Colony; S. 13°27'50'' W., 408.3 feet, along the westerly boundary of the Palo Seco Leper Colony, to monument B-2, which is a 2-inch iron pipe; S. 13° 28'50' W., 1,342.3 feet, along the above-mentioned boundary, through monument B-1, which is a 2-inch iron pipe, to monument “B”, which is a 12-inch-square concrete post, the distances being 510.2 feet and 832.1 feet, successively, from beginning of the course; S. 44°59'50" E., 1,398.2 feet, along the above-mentioned boundary, through monument E-12, which is a 2-inch Iron pipe, to monument E-11, which is a 2-inch iron pipe, the distances being 759.7 feet and 638.6 feet, successively, from beginning of the course; S. 44°59'40'' E., 164.0 feet, along the abovementioned boundary, to monument E-10, which is a 2-inch iron pipe. S. 44°59'30" E., 300.0 feet, along the abovementioned boundary, to monument E-9, which is a 12-inch-square concrete monument, located on the westerly boundary of the Palo Seco Leper Colony, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°54' N. plus 4,728.9 feet and longitude 79°34' W. plus 2,002.3 feet; West, 4,011.8 feet, to an unmarked point called “K”, located on the meridian 79°35' W. plus 0.0 feet; South, 400.0 feet, to an unmarked point called "L"; Westerly, 1,600 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point called “M”, located on the meridian 79°35'' W. plus 1,600.0 feet and 20 feet southerly from the centerline of Big Row Road; Westerly, 705 feet, more or less, along a line parallel to and feet southerly from the centerline of Big Row Road, to an unmarked point called M-1; S. 11°40' W., 55.0 feet, to an unmarked point called M-2; N. 78°20' W., 52.0 feet, to an unmarked point called M-3; N. 11°40' E., 55.0 feet, to an unmarked point called M-4; Westerly, 1,743 feet, more or less, along a line parallel to and 20 feet southerly from the centerlines of Big Row Road and Evans Jones Street, to an unmarked point called “N”, located 30 feet easterly from the centerline of Andrews Boulevard; Southerly and southeasterly, 2,850 feet, more or less, along a line parallel to and 30 feet easterly and northeasterly from the centerline of Andrews Boulevard, to an unmarked point called "O", located opposite Foggin Road, at an intersection with the northerly projection of the 20-foot offset line, along the easterly side of Foggin Road; Southerly and southwesterly, 1,000 feet, more or less, along the above-mentioned 20foot offset line, from the centerline of Foggin Road, to an unmarked point called “P”, located on the parallel of latitude 8°54' N. plus 1,300.0 feet; West, 3,100 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point called “Q”, located on the centerline of the Rio Venado; Southerly, 1,600 feet, more or less, along the centerline of the Rio Venado, to an unmarked point called "R"; The above-described boundary line from monument E-9 through points K, L, M, M-1, M-2, M-3, M-4, N, O, P, Q, and R is common with the northern and western boundary of the Fort Kobbe Army Reservation; N. 89°59'30" W., 1,304.9 feet, to monument No. 1, which is a 2-inch iron pipe; S. 89°59'20" W., 700.0 feet, through monument No. 2, which is a 19/2-inch iron pipe, to monument No. 3, which is a 1%-inch iron pipe, the distances being 570 feet and 130.0 feet, successively from beginning of the course; S. 89°59'50" W., 95.0 feet, to monument No. 4, which is a 11/2-inch iron pipe; N. 89°59'10" W., 435.0 feet, to monument No. 5, which is a 2-inch iron pipe; N. 89°59'40" W., 3,270.2 feet, through monument No. 6, which is a 2-inch iron pipe, No. 7, which is a 142-inch iron pipe, and No. 8, which is a 24/2-inch iron pipe, to monument “H”, which is an 8-inch-square concrete monument, the geodetic position of which is in latitude 8°54' N. plus 0.0 feet and 79°36' W. plus 6,014.3 feet, the distances being 1,020.0 feet, 1,000.0 feet, 750.0 feet, and 500.2 feet, successively, from beginning of the course; N. 00°00'10'' W., 650.0 feet, to monument No. 9, which is a 242-inch iron pipe; N. 00°00'20" E., 647.0 feet, to monument No. 10, which is a 242-inch iron pipe; N. 00°00'10" W., 1,205.0 feet, through monument No. 11, which is a 242-inch iron pipe, to monument No. 12, which is a 2inch iron pipe, the distances being 750.0 feet and 455.0 feet, successively from beginning of the course; N. 00°00'40" W., 189.1 feet, to monument No. 13, which is a 21/2-inch iron pipe; N. 00°00'10'' W., 540.0 feet, through monument No. 14, which is a 212-inch iron pipe, to monument No. 15, which is a 212-inch |