Washington : Government Printing Office
|Public Law 90-546||Pawnee Indians, Okla. Lands held in trust.|
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That all right, title, and interest of the United States in the following described lands and improvements thereon, embraced in the Pawnee school, and agency reserve, and in four cemetery sites, comprising seven hundred twenty-six and three one-hundredths acres, more or less, are hereby declared to be held by the United States in trust for the benefit of the Pawnee Tribe of Oklahoma, subject to valid existing rights-of-way, and subject to the right of the United States to use, without compensation, a tract
of land comprising approximately five and forty-six one-hundredths acres, together with facilities located thereon or hereafter installed, which are now used by the United States Public Health Service:
Township 19 north, range 5 east, section 16, southwest quarter southeast quarter southwest quarter.
Township 21 north, range 5 east, section 18, southwest quarter southwest quarter southwest quarter.
Township 22 north, range 4 east, section 32, southwest quarter southwest quarter northeast quarter.
Township 22 north, range 5 east, section 20, northeast quarter southeast quarter southwest quarter; section 32, east half, east half west half; section 33, west half.
excepting therefrom the following lands:
(a) Lot 1, comprising 88.43 acres, more or less, located in the west half east half and east half west half section 32, as shown on General Land Office plat approved November 5, 1907, which has been conveyed to the city of Pawnee;
(b) Lot 2, comprising 12.68 acres, more or less, and lot 3, comprising 12.86 acres, more or less, both located in the west half east half and east half west half section 32, as shown on General Land Office supplemental plat approved February 4, 1920, which has been conveyed to the Home Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention.
Approved, October 2, 1968.