Washington : Government Printing Office
Section 1 of the Act of March 7, 1966 (Pub. Law 89-363, 89th Congress; 80 Stat. 30), provides that when certain identified lands (other than the mineral interests specifically excluded in the identification), which were set aside for school or administration purposes, are no longer needed by the United States for the administration of Indian affairs, the Secretary of the Interior is authorized to declare that the title of the United States to such lands and improvements shall thereafter be held in trust for the Indians of certain Pueblos.
Accordingly, pursuant to the authority contained in section 1 of the said Act of March 7, 1966, notice is hereby given that title of the United States of America to the following described lands and the improvements thereon is held in trust for the Indians of the respective Pueblos:
(1) For Acoma Pueblo:
A tract of land in sec. 33, T. 10 N., R. 7 W., New Mexico Principal Meridian, New Mexico, acquired for administrative purposes through condemnation proceedings in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Mexico in Case No. 675 Law and described in the Final Decree filed on May 27, 1920, as follows: "Commencing at a point 16,796 feet west and 4,598 feet north of the northeast corner of sec. 1, T. 9 N., R. 7 W., of the hew Mexico Base and Meridian; thence south 3°32' W., 283 feet; thence south 86°20' E., 500 feet; thence north 3°40' E., 375.3 feet; thence south 77°38' W., 520.6 feet to place of beginning, containing 3.5 acres."
(2) For Sandia Pueblo:
The former day school site which was acquired through condemnation proceedings in the United States District Court for the District of New Mexico and described in the Final Decree in Case No. 19995 Law, filed March 3, 1930, as follows: "Beginning at the southeast corner of the tract to be conveyed, from which point the northwest corner of the church at the village of Sandia bears south 22°30' W. and distant 192 feet; thence north 2°0' E. a distance of 133 feet to corner No. 2; thence west 0°0', 209 feet to corner No. 3; thence south 0°0', 133 feet to corner No. 4; thence east 0°0', 210 feet to the place of beginning, containing 0.63 acre."
(3) For Santa Ana Pueblo:
The former day school site, situated in the El Ranchito Grant of Santa Ana Pueblo, which was acquired through condemnation in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Mexico and described in the Final Decree in Case No. 676 Law filed May 27, 1920, as follows: "Commencing at a point 1877 feet south and 1778 feet east of the northwest corner of sec. 21, T. 13 N., R. 1 E. on the New Mexico Base and Meridian; thence south 45°1' E., 495 feet; thence north 44°59' E., 247.5 feet; thence north 45°1' W., 495 feet; thence south 44°59' W., 247.5 feet to place of beginning, containing 2.81 acres." Minerals therein are excluded.
(4) For Zia Pueblo:
The administrative site within the Borrego Grant, containing approximately 428 acres within unsurveyed sec. 5. T. 15 N., R. 1 E., New Mexico Principal Meridian, which parcel was described as follows on page 1855 of FEDERAL REGISTER dated March 31, 1950: "Beginning at southeast corner of Borrego Grant in section 8. T. 15 N., R. 4 E.; thence north along east line of said grant approximately 3/4 mile to a point where a fence line intersects the east boundary of said grant: thence westerly along fence line approximately ½ mile to a point where same fence corners; thence southwesterly along same fence line approximately 1 3/4 miles to south boundary of grant; thence northeasterly along said grant boundary approximately 3/4 mile to point of beginning". Minerals therein are excluded.
The use of the above-described parcels and improvements thereon now held in trust for the Pueblos of Sandia and Santa Ana are subject to use by the U.S. Public Health Service, for health purposes, for so long as required by that service.
DAVID S. BLACK,
Acting Secretary of the Interior.