BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES
Proclamation No. 42
RESERVING FOR EXPLOSIVE MAGAZINE SITE A PARCEL OF LAND IN THE BARRIO OF CALARIAN, MUNICIPALITY OF ZAMBOANGA, PROVINCE OF ZAMBOANGA, ISLAND OF MINDANAO.
Upon the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture and Commerce and pursuant to the provisions of section eighty-four, as amended, I hereby withdraws from sale or settlement and reserve for explosive magazine site under the administration of the Philippine Army, subject to private rights, if any there be, the following-described parcel of the public domain situated in the barrio of Calarian, municipality of Zamboanga, Province of Zamboanga, Island of Mindanao, and particularly described in Bureau of Lands plan Pr-212, to wit;
Beginning at a point marked 1 on Bureau of Lands plan Pr-212, S. 31ْ 29 W. 443.18 m. more or less, from monument No. 225, Zamboanga townsite, thence N. 32ْ 44 E. 27.20 m. to point 2; S. 89ْ 18 E. 30.03 m. to point 3; S. 48ْ 09 E. 28.49 m. to point 4; S. 12ْ 40 W. 31.37 m. to point 5; N. 65ْ 21 W. 65.00 m. to point 1, point of beginning.
Containing an area of 2,008 square meters.
Bounded on all sides by property of Lucas Fernando (F-43354) except on the southwest, which is by lot No. 2025-B of plan Psd-10742 (Mount Apo Lodge No. 45, Zamboanga et al.).
Bearings true. Declination, 1ْ 47 E.
Points referred to are marked on Bureau of Lands plan Pr-212.
Surveyed, March 12-14, 1935. Approved, December 19, 1935.
NOTE.This is an additional lot No. 2028 of Zamboanga townsite cadastre No. 14.
All corners not otherwise described are square concrete monuments marked P. L. S. 15 by 20 centimeters.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the Commonwealth of the Philippines to be affixed.
Done at the City of Manila, this fifth day of March, in the year of Our Lord, nineteen hundred and thirty-six, and of the Commonwealth of the Philippines, the first.
(Sgd.) MANUEL L. QUEZON
President of the Philippines
By the President:
(Sgd.) ELPIDIO QUIRINO
Secretary of the Interior
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