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|Public Law 89-363||Indians of certain Pueblos. Lands.|
|Public Law 89-363||Publication in Federal Register.|
|Public Law 89-363||131|
|Sec. 2||25 U. S. C. 70a.|
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That when the following identified lands (other than the mineral interests specifically excluded in the identification), which were set aside for school or administrative purposes, are no longer needed by the United States for the administration of Indian Affairs, the Secretary of the Interior is authorized to declare, by publication of a notice in the Federal Register, that the title of the United States to such lands and improvements shall thereafter be held in trust for the Indians of the Pueblos of Acoma, Sandia, Santa Ana, and Zia as follows:
(1) Acomita day school site comprising three and five-tenths acres, more or less, to the Indians of the Pueblo of Acoma;
(2) Sandia school site comprising sixty-three one-hundredths of an acre, more or less, to the Indians of the Pueblo of Sandia;
(3) Santa Ana school site comprising two and eighty-one one-hundredths acres, more or less, excluding mineral interests therein, located within the El Ranchito grant, to the Indians of the Pueblo of Santa Ana; and
(4) Administrative site in the Borrego grant, comprising four hundred and twenty-eight acres, more or less, excluding minerals therein, to the Indians of the Pueblo of Zia.
The Indian Claims Commission is directed to determine in accordance with the provisions of section 2 of the Act of August 13, 1946 (60 Stat. 1050), the extent to which the value of lands and improvements placed in a trust status under the authority of this Act should or should not be set off against any claim against the United States determined by the Commission.
Approved, March 7, 1966.