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the other matters referred to in 2 C.Z.C. the Secretary of the Navy in the case 1001.

of Naval reservations and in the case of (2) 2 C.Z.C. 1002 (76A Stat. 37), rela- other reservations and bases concerning tive to making mutual agreements with which the Department of the Navy may the Republic of Panama concerning (i) express an interest, (ii) the Secretary the reciprocal use of the public high- of the Air Force in the case of air-force ways and roads of the Canal Zone and bases and in the case of other reservathe Republic of Panama by self-pro- tions and bases concerning which the pelled vehicles, (ii) taxes and license fees, Department of the Air Force may express and (iii) other matters of regulation to an interest, and (iii) both the Secretary establish comity for the convenience of of the Navy and the Secretary of the the residents of the two jurisdictions. Air Force when they both have an

(3) 2 C.Z.C. 1134 (76A Stat. 39), rela- interest. tive to establishing the rate of interest

8 3.4 Scope of delegated powers; duty borne by postal savings certificates.

of Government personnel; construc(4) 2 C.Z.C. 1331(4) (76A Stat. 46),

tion. relative to prescribing and amending regulations governing the licensing of of

(a) The Secretary of the Army may ficers or other operators of vessels (in

exercise the powers delegated or othercluding pilots of vessels and operators of

wise assigned to him by this subpart motorboats) navigating the waters of the

without approval, ratification, or other Canal Zone.

action by the President. (5) 3 C.Z.C. 82 (76A Stat. 54), rela

(b) The Governor may exercise the tive to (i) the appointment and removal

powers delegated to him by $ 3.3(a), and of magistrates, and (ii) the appointment

any powers redelegated to him under of relief magistrates and the assignment

§ 3.1(c), (i) without approval, ratificaof a magistrate to another magistrate's

tion, or other action by the President, court in the circumstances specified in

and (ii), except to the extent inconsistent 3 C.Z.C. 82.

with $ 3.3(b) (2) and except as the Secre(6) 3 C.Z.C. 86 (76A Stat. 55), relative

tary of the Army may otherwise proto prescribing regulations governing the

vide in pursuance of $ 3.1(c), without administration of magistrates' courts and

approval, ratification, or other action by prescribing (i) the duties of magistrates

the Secretary of the Army. and constables, (ii) oaths and bonds,

(c) All officers, officials, and employees (iii) the times and places of holding

of the United States, including disbursmagistrates' courts, and (iv) the disposi

ing, accounting, and auditing officers, tion of fines, costs, and forfeitures.

shall give the same effect to any acts (7) 6 C.Z.C. 1281 (76A Stat. 455), rela

of those authorized under this subpart to tive to prescribing and amending rules exercise powers as if exercised by the and regulations to assert and exercise the President. police power in the Canal Zone, or for (d) This subpart does not limit or reany portion or division thereof, for the strict the right of the President to exerpurpose of enforcing 6 C.Z.C. 1281(a) de

cise any power specified in this subpart. claring unlawful the engaging in or per

(e) Unless inappropriate, references mitting any indecent or immoral conduct.

in this subpart to any statute or to any (b) The Governor's authority to exer

provision of any statute shall be deemed cise the powers enumerated in § 3.3(a)

to include references thereto as amended is subject to (1) the provisions of 2 C.Z.C.

from time to time. 34 (76A Stat. 8), (2) the supervision of

Subpart B-Administrative the Secretary of the Army, and (3), in

Organization the case of $ 3.3(a) (2), consultation with the ranking diplomatic officer of the 8 3.21 Lieutenant Governor. United States accredited to the Republic

The organization of the Canal Zone of Panama.

Government shall include a Lieutenant (c) His authority under 2 C.Z.C. 31 and 33 (76A Stat. 7) to establish, alter,

Governor of the Canal Zone, who shall: or discontinue military and naval reser

(a) Be appointed by the Governor of vations shall be exercised by the Gov

the Canal Zone subject to the approval ernor (1) only with the approval of the of the Secretary of the Army; Secretary of the Army in all cases, and (b) Perform such duties as the Goy(2) also only after consultation with (i) ernor determines; and

Subpart B-Military Reservations

ARMY Sec. 5.21 Fort Amador and Fort Grant Army

Reservations. 5.22 Cerro Pelado Ammunition Depot Army

Reservation. 5.23 Cerro Tigre Army Reservation. 5.24 Fort Clayton Army Reservation. 5.25 Corozal Army Reservation. 5.26 Curundu Army Reservation. 5.27 Fort William D. Davis Army Reserva

tion. 5.28 Fort Gulick Army Reservation. 5.29 Fort Kobbe Army Reservation. 5.30 Fort Randolph Army Reservation. 5.31 Fort Sherman Army Reservation.

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(c) Unless the Secretary of the Army designates another person for the purpose, act as Governor during the absence or disability of the Governor or if there is a vacancy in the office of Governor. § 3.22 Military protection of the Canal

Zone. (a) As between the Commander in Chief, United States Southern Command, and the Governor of the Canal Zone, the views of the former shall prevail with respect to determinations as to whether any aspect of the protection of the Canal Zone pertains to its military security, protection, and defense, as distinguished from the protection afforded by the civil authorities.

(b) Should the Governor of the Canal Zone disagree with a specific decision of the Commander in Chief, United States Southern Command, under this section, the Governor may, through the Secretary of the Army or through the Board of Directors of the Panama Canal Company, as may be appropriate, appeal the decision to the President of the United States. Pending any modification of the decision by the President pursuant to appeal, the decision shall remain binding and effective.

(c) This section shall remain in force until the termination of the emergency proclaimed by the President December 16, 1950 (Proc. 2914, 3 CFR, 1950 Supp.). $ 3.23 Consular officers for the Canal

Zone. (a) The Executive Secretary of the Canal Zone Government, the Deputy Executive Secretary, and the Assistant Executive Secretary are designated as “consular officers” for the purpose, in the case of aliens in the Canal Zone, of issuing immigrant or nonimmigrant visas under the Immigration and Nationality Act, 66 Stat. 163 (8 U.S.C. 1101 et seq.).

(b) The Shipping commissioner and deputy shipping commissioners of the Canal Zone Government are designated as “consular officers” for the purpose of issuing crew list visas in the Canal Zone.

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AUTHORITY: The provisions of $ 5.1 issued under authority vested in President by 2 C.Z.C. 331, 76A Stat. 25; $ 5.2 Issued under authority vested in President by sec. 1 of the Act of July 2, 1940, 54 Stat. 724 (20 U.S.C. 79); $$ 5.21 to 5.83 issued under authority vested in Governor by 2 C.Z.C. 31, 33, 76A Stat. 7, as limited by President under $ 3.3(C) of this chapter.

SOURCE: The provisions of this Part 5 appear at 31 F.R. 12204, Sept. 16, 1966, unless otherwise noted.

NOTE: $ 5.1 contained in E.O. 1656, Dec. 5, 1912; $ 5.2 contained in E.O. 8515, 5 F.R. 2857, Aug. 13, 1940.

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Subpart A-Public Lands § 5.1 Acquisition by United States of

title to land in Canal Zone. All land and land under water within the limits of the Canal Zone, excepting that tract of land in the town of Cristobal, Canal Zone, which is described in section 332 of title 2 of the Canal Zone Code, 76A Stat. 25, is necessary for the construction, maintenance, operation, protection, and sanitation of the Panama Canal and the Canal Zone. § 5.2 Natural

area,

Barro Colorado Island. There is set aside within the Canal Zone for the purposes set forth in the Act of July 2, 1940, Public No. 711, 76th Congress, 54 Stat. 724, 725 20 U.S.C. 79–79e), and to be administered as therein provided, the area in Gatun Lake known as Barro Colorado Island, in which the natural features shall, except in event of declared national emergency, be left in their natural state for scientific observation and investigation. Subpart B-Military Reservations

ARMY § 5.21 Fort Amador and Fort Grant

Army Reservations. (a) The following-described area of land, situated in the Canal Zone and designated as the Fort Amador and Fort Grant Army Reservations, is reserved and set apart as, and assigned to the uses and purposes of, Army reservations, under the control and jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Army, but subject to $ 5.82:

Beginning at an iron rail set on concrete marked Monument “Von Panama Canal Company drawing M-6121–37, located on the easterly boundary of the United States Naval Reservation, Balboa, Canal Zone.

The geodetic position of monument “V”, referred to the Panama-Colon datum of the Canal Zone triangulation system, is in North latitude 8°56' plus 3602.80 feet and West longitude 79°33' plus 1556.90 feet from Greenwich.

Thence from said initial point by metes and bounds:

N. 30°39'10'' E., 63.8 feet, more or less, to an unmarked point called “Uon the drawing, located at the extreme high water mark on the shore of Panama Bay.

Easterly, southerly, southeasterly, along the extreme high water mark of Panama Bay, along the northeast bank of the Causeway, around the former islands of Naos, Culebra, Perico, and Flamenco, back on the southwest bank of the Causeway, to unmarked point

called “D” on the drawing, located on the extreme high water mark of Balboa Harbor.

N. 37°39'10" E., 1415.41 feet, through monuments D-1, which is a 142-inch galvanized iron pipe in concrete, No. 2, which is a 112-inch galvanized pipe in concrete, and “Z”, which is an iron rail in concrete, to monument “V”, the point of beginning, the distances being 21.90 feet, 79.20 feet, 549.29 feet and 765.02 feet, successfully, from beginning of the course. From monument No. 2 to point “U”, the boundary is coincident with the easterly boundary of the U.S. Naval Reservation, Balboa, Canal Zone.

Fort Amador Army Reservation contains an area of 175.8 acres and Fort Grant Army Reservation contains an area of 168.9 acres, and is as shown on Canal Zone Government drawing M-6121-37, entitled "Fort AmadorFort Grant Army Reservations, Canal Zone," dated October 22, 1964, on file in the Office of the Governor.

All land in this area, north of latitude 8°56' will be known as the Fort Amador Army Reservation and all land south, including the islands of San Jose, Penamarca, Changarmi, Tortolita, Tortola, Cocovicieta, Cocovi and Venado, will be known as the Fort Grant Army Reservation.

The directions of the lines refer to the true meridian and extreme high water is elevation 11.5 feet P.L.D.

(b) In addition to the above the Secretary of the Army shall have control of all lands and water for a distance of one hundred yards out to sea from the high water line on all shores of the Fort Amador and Fort Grant Army Reservations, terminating at the prolongation of boundary lines towards the sea from points marked "Mon. D” and “Mon. G” on the map. § 5.22 Cerro Pelado Ammunition Depot

Army Reservation. The following-described area of land, situated in the Canal Zone and designated as the Cerro Pelado Ammunition Depot Army Reservation, is reserved and set apart as, and assigned to the uses and purposes of, an Army reservation, under the control and jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Army, but subject to $ 5.82:

Beginning at a concrete monument A, marked "Point of Beginning' on Panama Canal drawing No. L6105–81, located 869.0 feet northerly from the center line of the Panama Railroad right-of-way; from said monument the bearing and distance to an iron-rail reference monument, encased in concrete, marked 0+50 of the Cerro Pelado Ammunition Depot control survey, is S. 12°51'30" E., 838.6 feet, and the bearing and distance to Pelado triangulation station of the Canal Zone triangulation system is N. 54°51'50" E., 3,122.0 feet; the geographic position of monument A is in latitude 9°07' N. plus 2,169.7 feet, and longitude 79°42' W. plus 5,303.5 feet.

Thence from said point of beginning by metes and bounds:

Due west, 108.0 feet through brass-plug markers A-1 and A-2 in a concrete road pavement, to a concrete monument, marked B, at the top of the bank of a pond; plugs A-1 and A-2 are 61.5 feet and 77.9 feet, respectively, from monument A;

N. 19°22'30" W., 528.8 feet to a concrete monument marked C;

N. 23°32'00" W., 4,986.4 feet, through pipe monuments C-1, C-2, C-3 and C-4, to a concrete monument marked D; monuments C-1, 0-2, C-3 and C 4 are 189.2 feet, 1,446.0 feet, 3,118.7 feet and 4,299.6 feet, respectively, from monument C;

S. 88°17'10" E., 4,100.4 feet, through pipe monuments D-1 and D-2, to a concrete monument E; monuments D-1 and D-2 are approximately 862 feet and 2,937 feet respectively, from monument D;

S. 12°15'00" W., 4,600.0 feet, through pipe monuments E-1, E-2, E-3, E-4 and E-5, to a concrete monument F; monuments E-1, E-2, E-3, E4 and E-5 are approximately 522 feet, 1,767 feet, 2,643 feet, 3,719 feet and 4,199 feet, respectively, from monument E;

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

The concrete boundary monuments are 12 inches square, reinforced concrete posts, 16 feet long and buried 3 feet in the ground; the center is a drill hole in a 4-inch diameter bronze plate fastened into the top of the post and marked "CERRO PELADO AMMUNITION DEPOT-BOUNDARY MONUMENT”, and with the significant monument letter.

S. 59°00'00" W., 878.8 feet, through a pipe monument F-1, and a concrete monument G on the bank of a pond, thence, across the pond to a concrete monument H, located at the top of the bank of said pond. Monuments F-1 and G are 63.0 feet and 319.0 feet, respectively, from monument F;

Due west, 95.0 feet to monument A, the point of beginning.

The above-described tract contains an area of 278.6 acres.

The pipe monuments are 3-inch diameter, galvanized iron pipes, 3 feet long, filled with concrete and projecting about 112 feet above a concrete base buried in the ground.

The brass markers are 12 inch diameter plugs, 34 inch long, grouted in the concrete road pavement. The center is a punched hole.

The above-described area was surveyed by the Section of Surveys, The Panama Canal (now, Surveys Branch, Engineering and Construction Bureau, Panama Canal Company), in May 1938, under a work request from the Assistant Department Engineer, Corozal, Canal Zone; and is as shown on Panama

Canal Drawing L6105–81, dated July 25, 1938, on file in the Office of the Governor. § 5.23

Cerro Tigre Army Reservation. The following-described area of land, situated in the Canal Zone and designated as the Cerro Tigre Army Reservation, is reserved and set apart as, and assigned to the uses and purposes of, an Army reservation, under the control and jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Army, but subject to $ 5.82:

From monument "A" the bearing and distance to triangulation station "Gato" is, s 71 °56'10" E, 2,000.7 feet.

Thence from said initial point, by metes and bounds:

N. 26°34'00" E., 1,118.0 feet, to a concrete monument marked “B”;

N. 84°28'00" E., 2,071.0 feet, to a concrete monument marked “C”;

S. 35°56'00'' E., 2,470.0 feet, to a concrete monument marked "D";

S. 15°40'00" W., 1,296.0 feet, to a concrete monument marked "E”;

S. 45°00'00" W., 1,245.0 feet, to a concrete monument marked "F;

N. 73°43'00' W., 609.4 feet, to a concrete monument marked "G";

S. 34°54'10" W., 1,019.7 feet, through a concrete monument marked "H" to a concrete monument marked “I, the distances being 298.2 feet and 721.5 feet, successively, from beginning of course;

S. 70°37'10" W., 426.6 feet, to a concrete monument marked “J;

S. 00°03'30" E., 591.1 feet, to a concrete monument marked “J-I”;

S. 00°02'20" E., 84.5 feet, to a concrete monument marked “K”;

Beginning at a concrete monument marked "A," located 185.0 feet more or less, easterly from the centerline of Madden Road, the geographic position of which monument, referred to the Canal Zone triangulation system is in north latitude 9°04' plus 1,000.00 feet and in west longitude 79°38' plus 1,500.0 feet from Greenwich.

N. 88°10'20" W., 1,313.5 feet, through a concrete monument marked "L" to a concrete monument marked "M", the distances being 170.8 feet and 1,142.7 feet, successively, from beginning of course.

N. 77°57'20'' W., 996.3 feet, through a concrete monument marked "N” to a concrete monument marked “O”, the distances being 829.2 feet and 167.1 feet, successively, from beginning of course;

N. 69° 49'30" W., 248.5 feet, to a concrete monument marked "P');

N. 12°46'50" E., 187.3 feet, to a concrete monument marked “Q";

N. 44°33'20" E., 94.1 feet, to a concrete monument marked "R";

N. 65°21'50" E., 93.6 feet, to a concrete monument marked “S”;

N. 41°37'40" E., 230.9 feet, to a concrete monument marked “T”;

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N. 22°30'50" E., 761.7 feet, to a concrete S. 89°59' W., 249.6 feet to monument No. 2, monument marked “U;

which is a 1/2-inch iron pipe set in concrete, N. 35°53'10" E., 405.1 feet, to a concrete located on the eastern bank of a branch of monument marked “V'';

the Rio Abajo; N. 08°49'30" W., 339.5 feet, through a con- Due west, 7113.7 feet, through monuments crete monument marked V-I”, to a con- Nos. 3, 4, and 5, which are 142-inch iron pipes crete monument marked “X”, the distances set in concrete, to monument No. 6, which is being 188.0 feet and 151.5 feet, successively, a 12-inch copper plug set in a 10-inch square from beginning of course;

concrete block, located on top of a high hill, N. 06°43'10" E., 869.5 feet, through 2-inch west of the east fork of the Rio Cardenas, the galvanized iron pipe monuments marked distances being 1266.4 feet, 839.2 feet, 2055.2 "X-1" and "X-2”, to a 2-inch galvanized iron feet and 2952.9 feet, successively, from beginpipe monument marked “Y, the distances ning of the course; being 239.0 feet, 260.5 feet and 370.0 feet, N. 89°59' W., 3864.6 feet, through monusuccessively, from beginning of course.

ment No. 7, which is a 11/2-inch iron pipe set S. 81°47'20" E., 1,154.6 feet, through 2- in concrete, to monument No. 8, which is a inch galvanized iron pipe monuments marked 112-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located on "Y-1”, “Y-2" and "Y_3", to a 2-inch gal- the side of a high hill, the distances being vanized iron pipe monument marked “Z”, the 2504.1 feet and 1360.5 feet, successively, from distances being 400.0 feet, 162.0 feet, 281.0 beginning of the course; feet, and 311.6 feet, successively, from begin- N. 89°57' W., 1255.0 feet, to monument No. ning of course;

9, which is a 112-inch iron pipe set in conN. 26°05'20" W., 1,723.0 feet, to monument crete, located on the easterly side of the trail “A” the point of beginning.

along the east bank of Rio Cardenas; The directions of the lines refer to the true

S. 89°46' W., 200.3 feet, to monument No. meridian. All geographic positions are re

10, which is a 1/2-inch iron pipe set in conferred to the Panama-Colon datum of the

crete, located on the west bank of the Rio Canal Zone triangulation system.

Cardenas; The boundary from monument "Z" to

N. 89°55' W., 413.3 feet, to monument No. monument “G”, in a clockwise direction, was

11, which is a 112-inch iron pipe set in consurveyed by the Section of Surveys, The

crete, located on a small hill; Panama Canal (now, Surveys Branch, Engi

N. 89°57' W., 1255.1 feet, to monument No. neering and Construction Bureau, Panama Canal Company), in April 1930, and from

12, which is a 11/2-inch iron pipe set in conmonument “G” to monument “Z”, in a clock

crete, located on the edge of a high bill, 20

feet north of the boundary trail; wise direction, was surveyed by the Section of Surveys, The Panama Canal in December

N. 89°56' W., 172.7 feet, to monument No. 1946.

13, which is a 1/2-inch iron pipe set in conThe area of the tract is 397.2 acres and is

crete, located on the above mentioned hill as shown on Panama Canal Drawing No.

and on the north side of the boundary trail; M611473, entitled “Boundary of Cerro Tigre

N. 89°47' W., 1231.5 feet, to monument No. Military Reservation”, scale 1 to 4,000, dated

14, which is a 142-inch iron pipe set in conJanuary 27, 1947, on file in the Office of the

crete located in the rock bed of the east fork Governor.

of the Rio Guanabano;

Due west, 874.6 feet, to monument No. 15, 8 5.24

Fort Clayton Army Reservation. which is a 11/2-inch iron pipe set in concrete, The following-described areas of land,

located on the southern slope of a steep rocky situated in the Canal Zone and desig

hill, north of the boundary trail; nated as the Fort Clayton Army Reser

N. 89°56' W., 2131.6 feet, to monument No.

16, which is a 11/2-inch iron pipe set in convation, are reserved and set apart as, and

crete, located on the west bank of the west assigned to the uses and purposes of, an fork of the Rio Guanabano; Army reservation, under the control and

N. 89°49' W., 1015.2 feet, to monument No. jurisdiction of the Secretary of th Army, 17, which is a 1/2-inch iron pipe set in conbut subject to $ 5.82:

crete, located about 20 feet west of the PanPARCEL No. 1

ama-Cruces Trail;

N. 89°58' W., 1417.1 feet, to monument No. Beginning at monument No. 55, which is a

18, which is a 1%-inch iron pipe set in con1/2-inch iron pipe set in concrete, located on

crete, located on the west side of the Chivathe eastern portion of the Canal Zone-Re

Chiva Trail, 15 feet south of the wire fence public of Panama boundary, between monu

of the various Canal Zone Farm Leases; ments Nos. 88 and 89, the geodetic position of which, referred to the Canal Zone tri

N. 89°44'30" W., 961.8 feet, to monument angulation system, is in latitude 9°01' N.

No. 19, which is a 2-inch iron pipe set in conplus 6041.0 feet and longitude 79°31' W. plus

crete, located on the east bank of the Rio 3586.9 feet from Greenwich.

Camaron; Thence from said initial point by metes

N. 89°54'10'' W., 331.2 feet, to monument and bounds:

No. 19-1, which is a 2-inch iron pipe; Due west, 218.6 feet, to monument No. 1,

N. 89°56'40" W., 1498.0 feet, to monument which is a 1/2-inch Iron pipe set in concrete,

No. 19-2, which is a 12-inch square concrete located on a billside in an open field.

monument;

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