1. After March 28, 1941, the State Board of Control of the State of Nevada is hereby
authorized and directed to make, execute and deliver, without cost, to the United
States of America, for cooperative fire protection headquarters and nursery site in
addition to administrative purposes of the Forest Service, Department of Agriculture,
a conveyance of the following-described real property in Carson City, Nevada: That
portion of the N 1/2 of the SW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of section 20, T. 15 N., R. 20 E.,
M.D.B. & M., lying west of the westerly state highway right-of-way line, approximately
2. The conveyance of the real property shall be by deed in such form as the Attorney
General of the United States shall prescribe and shall bear the Seal of the State
of Nevada affixed by the Secretary of State of the State of Nevada; provided:
(a) The conveyance shall contain the condition that in the event no physical improvements,
such as buildings or dwellings, shall have been constructed upon such real property
within 5 years after March 28, 1941, or if the use of such real property for all such
administrative purposes as described in subsection 1 should be discontinued for a
period of 5 years, the real property shall be deemed relinquished and by proper conveyance
shall be reconveyed by the United States of America to the State of Nevada; and
(b) The conveyance shall contain no term or terms whereby will be surrendered or cause
to be surrendered any jurisdiction of this state over the lands and people and property
thereon situate that the State now possesses over the public domain belonging to the
United States within this state.
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