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Text of the An Act to revise the boundaries of the Kings Mountain National Military Park, S.C., and to authorize the procurement and ...

...the procurement and exchange of lands, and for other purposes

This bill was enacted on June 23, 1959. The text of the bill below is as of Jun 23, 1959 (Passed Congress/Enrolled Bill).

108                                     PUBLIC LAW 86-62-JUNE 23, 1959                  [73 S T A T ,


                         Public Law 86-62
  June 23, 1959                                             AN ACT
   [H. R. 3496]          To revise the boundaries of the Kings Mountain National Military Park, South
                           Carolina, and to avithorize the procurement and exchange of lands, and for
                           other purposes.

                               Be it enacted hy the Senate and House of Rej)resentatives of the
Nitionli mutary United States of America in Congress assembled, That in order to
Park, s.c.                  consolidate the Federal ownership of lands in, and to facilitate pro-
   Boundary r e v
sion.                   *• tection and preservation of, Kings Mountain National Military Park,
                            South Carolina, the boundaries are hereby revised as follows:
                               (1) Federally owned lands lying west of the easterly right-of-way
                            line of State Koute P-11-123, containing approximately two hun-
                            dred acres, are excluded from the p a r k ;
                               (2) Privately owned lands lying east of the easterly right-of-way
                            line of State Route P-11-123, containing approximately eighty acres,
                            are included in the p a r k ; and
                               (3) Lands of the Mary Morris estate lying south of the southerly
                            right-of-way line of the historic Yorkville-Shelbyville Road, and
                            forming the triangle bounded by the new State Route P-11-86, the
                            historic Yorkville-Shelbyville Road and the present park boundary
                            (Old Houser tract), aggregating approximately sixty acres, are in-
                            cluded in the park.
   Ac qui s i t i o n of
lands.                         SEC. 2, The Secretary of the Interior is authorized to acquire lands
                            and interests in lands within the ^revised boundary by purchase, do-
                            nation, with donated funds, or by exchange, utilizing for such ex-
                            changes federally owned lands of approximately equal value ex-
                            cluded from the park pursuant to this Act. Federally owned lands so
                            excluded which the Secretary of the Interior determines are not
                            needed for such exchanges shall be disposed of in accordance with the
    63 Stat. 377.
    4 0 U S ( ; 4 7 1 note. provisions of the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act
                            of 1949, as amended.
    Applicability of
l a w s , etc.                 SEC. 3. Lands and interests therein acquired pursuant to this Act
                            shall thereupon become a part of the Kings Mountain National Mili-
                            tary Park and be subject to all the laws and regulations applicable
                            thereto.
                               Approved June 23, 1959.


                         Public Law 86-63
  June 23, 1959                                             AN ACT
   [H. R. 5262]              To revise the boundaries of the Montezuma Castle National Monument,
                                                Arizona, and for other purposes.

                           Be it enacted hy the Senute and House of Representatives of the
  Monte zuma
Castle N a t i o n a l
                         United States of America in Congress assembled, That, in order to
Monument, A r i z .      facilitate the administration and protection of the Montezuma Castle
  Boundary r e v i -
sion.                    National Monument, Arizona, the boundaries thereof are hereby
                         revised to include the following described lands:
                                        GILA A N D SALT RIVER BASE A N D    MERIDIAN

                           Township 14 north, range 5 east: section 9, that portion of the
                         southwest quarter southwest quarter located south and west of Beaver
                         Creek, comprising about 2 acres; and section 16, southwest quarter
                         southwest quarter northwest quarter and section 17, southeast quarter
                         southwest quarter northeast quarter and south half southeast quarter
                         northeast quarter, comprising about 40 acres.