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Recognition of certificates of airworthiness for imported aircraft, with Belgium..
Consular convention of February 23, 1853, interpretation of Article 7, with France..
Chinese Courts in the International Settlement at Shanghai__
Air Navigation, Sweden..
Pilot Licenses to operate Civil Aircraft, Sweden..
Recognition of Certificates of Airworthiness, Sweden..
Air Navigation, Norway..
Pilot Licenses to operate Civil Aircraft, Norway
Recognition of Certificates of Airworthiness, Norway.
Diplomatic and Consular Representation, Juridical Protection, Commerce and Navigation,
Air Navigation, Union of South Africa..
Pilot Licenses to operate Civil Aircraft, Union of South Africa.
Relief from Double Income Tax on Shipping Profits, Irish Free State..
Recognition of Certificates of Airworthiness for Imported Aircraft, Denmark_
Radio Communication between Private Experimental Stations and between Amateur
Silver, memorandum of Agreement between United States, Australia, Canada, China, India,
PRIVATE LAWS OF THE SEVENTY-THIRD CONGRESS
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Passed at the first session, which was begun and held at the city of Washington, in the District of Columbia, on Thursday, the ninth day of March, 1933, and was adjourned without day on Friday, the sixteenth day of June, 1933.
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, President; JOHN N. GARNER, Vice President; KEY PITTMAN, President of the Senate pro tempore; HENRY T. RAINEY, Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Confirming the claim of Francis R. Sanchez, and for other purposes.
March 23, 1933. [8. 154.] [Private, No. 1.]
Claim of, for certain firmed to
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the claim of Francis R. Sanchez. Francis R. Sanchez for lands described as sections 33 and 34, town- lands in Florida conship 6 south, range 18 east, and as section 5, township 7 south, range owners of title thereto, 18 east, Tallahassee meridian, Florida, embracing four thousand etc. acres as shown on plats of survey approved May 27, 1841, contained in report numbered 2 as claim numbered 25, of the commissioners of the district of east Florida (American State Papers, Duff Green edition, vol. 3, p. 643), communicated to Congress by the Treasury Department, May 20, 1824, be, and the same is hereby, approved and confirmed to the equitable owners of the equitable title thereto and to their respective heirs and assigns forever: Provided, That this Act shall amount only to a relinquishment of any title that the title relinquished. United States has, or is supposed to have, in and to any of said lands, and shall not be construed to abridge, impair, injure, prejudice, divert, or affect in any manner whatsoever any valid right, title, or interest of any person or body corporate whatever heretofore acquired based on a patent issued by the United States. Approved, March 23, 1933.
Providing for an exchange of lands between the Colonial Realty Company and the United States, and for other purposes.
March 23, 1933. [S. 158.] [Private, No. 2.]
Exchange of lands
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That upon execution and delivery by the Colonial Realty Company of a deed conveying to the United States, title in fee, free of incumbrance, to with approximately one thousand four hundred and twenty acres of seeped and unproductive lands, as determined by the Secretary of the Interior, in sections 20, 21, 22, 25, 27, 28, 31, 32, 33, and 34, township 39 south, and section 3 of township 40 south, range 9 east, Willamette meridian, Oregon, Klamath project, or to such portion