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[ PROCLAMATION NO. 324, June 26, 1952 ]

RESERVING FOR THE USE OF THE NATIONAL SHIPYARDS AND STEEL CORPORATION CERTAIN PARCELS OF THE PUBLIC DOMAIN SITUATED IN ILIGAN CITY.



Upon the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture and Natural Resources, and pursuant to the provisions of section 83 of Commonwealth Act No. 141, as amended, I hereby withdraw from sale or settlement, and reserve for the use of the National Shipyards and Steel Corporation, subject to private rights, if any there be, and to the 20-meter-wide road right-of-way for the exist­ing Dansalan-Misamis Oriental, 1st class National Road, and the 10-rrieter-wide road right-of-way for the existing Tominubo Barrio Road, certain parcels of the public domain situated in Camp Overton, Iligan City, and more particularly described in the Bureau of Lands Plan No. Swo-30587, to wit:

“SWO-30587

A parcel of land (the northeastern portion of 11-5918, as shown on plan Swo—80587), situated in the City of Iligan, Island of Mindanao. Bounded on the N., by Iligan Bay; on the NE. and E., by Tubod Creek; on the SE., by public land and Camp Overton Military Reservation; on the SW., by Camp Overton Military Reservation, Lot 18 of plan Ir-1028 (National Power Corporation), Nunucan River and lot 19 of plan Ir-1028 (National Power Corporation); and on the NW., by Iligan Bay. Beginning at a point marked 1 on plan, being N. 66° 42′ E., 1,201.58 meters from B.L.L.M. 1, Camp Overton Military Reservation, City of Iligan, thence S. 57° 06′ W., 89.05 meters to point 2; thence N. 38° 46′ W., 44.61 meters to point 3; thence S. 44° 24′ W., 26.93 meters to point 4; thence S. 30° 33′ W., 63.96 meters to point 5; thence S. 89° 58′ E., 118.84 meters to point 6; thence S. 47° 32′ W., 49.06 meters to point 7; thence S. 46° 33′ E., 36.85 meters to point 8; thence S. 2° 21′ E., 31.93 meters to point 9; thence S. 33° 23′ W., 44.08 meters to point 10; thence N. 85° 08′ E., 38.42 meters to point 11; thence S. 7° 14′ W., 48.05 meters to point 12; thence N. 86° 08′ E., 28.14 meters to point 13; thence S. 54° 38′ E., 16.74 meters to point 14; thence S. 7° 51′ E., 58.60 meters to point 15; thence S. 24° 54′ W., 31.39 meters to point 16; thence S. 53° 08′ E., 32.31 meters to point 17; thence S. 52;° 11′ E., 102.89 meters to point 18; thence S. 43° 00′ E., 20.47 meters to point 19; thence S. 38° 07′ E., 40.77 meters to point 20; thence S. 5° 32′ E., 12.03 meters to point 21; thence S. 22° 31′ W., 8.73 meters to point 22; thence S. 8° 14′ W., 22.26 meters to point 23; thence S. 41° 46′ E., 34.42 meters to point 24; thence S. 50°, 11′ E., 6.81 meters to point 25; thence S. 3° 37′ E., 29.69 meters to point 26; thence S. 38° 17′ E., 9.85 meters to point 27; thence N. 43f° 48′ E., 12.84 meters to point 28; thence N. 50° 56′ E., 38.61 meters to point 29; thence N. 84;° 31’ E., 19.48 meters to point 30; thence S. 59° 22′ E., 5.75 meters to point 31; thence S. 43° 27′ E., 22.80 meters to point 32; thence S. 15° 47′ E., 41.49 meters to point 33; thence S. 35° 28′ E., 13.48 meters to point 34; thence S. 88° 04′ E., 46.43 meters to point 35; thence S. 54° 08′ E., 54.02 meters to point 36; thence S. 7,9° 08′ E., 29.61 meters to point 37; thence N. 33° 54′ E., 11.76 meters to point 38; thence N. 83° 46′ E., 17.68 meters to point 39; thence S. 7° 48′ E., 10.24. meters to point 40; thence S. 12° 41′ W., 41.88 meters to point 41; thence S. 51° 16′ W., 9.51 meters to point 42; thence N. 65° 12′ W., 11.06 meters to point 43; thence S. 87° 55′ W., 19.52 meters to point 44; thence S. 46° 23′ W., 55.04 meters to point 45; thence S. 72° 54′ W., 30.00 meters to point 46; thence N. 76° 19′ W., 18.98 meters to point 47; thence S. 61° 00′ W., 464.61 meters to point 48; thence S. 60° 51′ W., 655.44 meters to point 49; thence N. 33° 41′ W., 728.62 meters to point 50; thence N. 74° 29′ W., 344.40 meters to point 51; thence N. 31° 06′ W., 430.00 meters to point 52; thence N. 74° 35′ E., 80.40 meters to point 53; thence S. 81° 29′ E., 77.46 meters to point 54; thence S. 79° 00′ E., 225.92 meters to point 55; thence N. 62° 47′ E., 82.00 meters to point 56; thence N. 8° 35′ E., 125.28 meters to point 57; thence N. 18° 20′ E., 50.31 meters to point 58; thence N. 63° 13′ E., 103.26 meters to point 59; thence N. 86° 09′ E., 120.28 meters to point 60; thence S. 75° 31′ E., 154.05 meters to point 61; thence N. 83° 09′ E., 548.52 meters to point 62; thence S. 89′ 20′ E., 171.94 meters to point 63; thence S. 72° 50′ E., 91.87 meters to the point of beginning, containing an area of 1,449^779 square meters, more or less. All points referred to are indicated on the plan, and are marked on the ground as follows: points 1, 47 and 48, by concrete monuments; points 49 and 50, by stakes; point 58, at Center of Dock; and the rest, by old stakes; bearings true; decli°nation 1° 00′ E., date plan prepared, April 16, 1952 and that of the approval, April 17, 1952. NOTE: This survey is a portion of 11-5918, as surveyed for Camp Overton Military Reservation.”

In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the Republic of the Philippines to be affixed.

Done in the City of Manila, this 26th day of June, in the year of Our Lord, nineteen hundred and fifty-two, and of the Independence of the Philippines, the sixth.

ELPIDIO QUIRINO
President of the Philippines

By the President:

MARCIANO ROQUE
Acting Executive Secretary

 

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