The governor of the state of North Dakota is authorized, empowered, and directed,
for and in behalf of the state of North Dakota, to accept from International Peace
Garden, Inc., a New York corporation, a deed of conveyance in trust upon the trust
conditions hereinafter contained, of the following described real property situated
in the county of Rolette, and state of North Dakota:
The south half of the southeast quarter, and the south half of the southwest quarter,
and lots numbered one, two, three, and four, of section twenty-five in township one
hundred sixty-four north, of range seventy-three west, of the fifth principal meridian,
less that tract or parcel of land in said lot one described by metes and bounds as
All that tract or parcel of land lying and being in lot one of section twenty-five,
township one hundred sixty-four north, range seventy-three west, of the fifth principal
meridian of North Dakota, described by metes and bounds as follows: Commencing at
a point forty feet due west of the intersection of the International Boundary Line
and the section line bounding the east side of said lot one, being forty feet due
west of the northeast corner of said lot one; thence due west along the International
Boundary Line a distance of one hundred fifty feet; thence at right angles due south
a distance of eight hundred one and eight-tenths feet; thence at right angles due
east a distance of one hundred fifty feet; thence at right angles due north along
a line forty feet due west of the center of the section line along the east side of
said lot one, a distance of eight hundred feet, to the point or place of beginning;
together with the improvements thereon, lying and being in Rolette County, North
And all of section thirty-six, in township one hundred sixty-four north, of range
seventy-three west, of the fifth principal meridian.
Such land comprises that part of the International Peace Garden situated within the
state of North Dakota and the United States of America.
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