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and Large Scale Hotel and Apartment House and Limited Commercial Retail Zone, insofar as they limit the maximum number of dwelling units per site to less than one dwelling unit for each 500 square feet of net lot area;

3. The Performance Standards of the R4, Large Scale Hotel and Apartment House Zone, and the R-4-VP, Vehicle Parking and Large Scale Hotel and Apartment House and Limited Commercial Retail Zone, which require the development of percentages of the site area as usable landscaped open space and outdoor living and recreation area, insofar as such percentages exceed the amount of site area which must be used for front, rear, and side yards as specified in exception 1 hereof, plus an area equal to that portion of said yards used for parking;

4. The provisions of the Palm Springs Zoning Ordinance which require setbacks for high-rise buildings in excess of 1 foot of horizontal setback distance for each 1 foot of vertical rise of the building across the short dimension of the lot and 1/2 feet of horizontal setback distance for each 1 foot of vertical rise of the building across the long dimension of the lot, as measured from the exterior lines of the site; the provisions of said ordinance which require obtaining a conditional use permit before a high-rise building can be constructed which otherwise meets the high-rise requirements as qualified above:

5. The yard requirements for a commercial building in the C-1AA, Large Scale Retail Commercial Zone, and the landscaping requirements insofar as they require more than 10 percent of the building site to be landscaped;

6. The automobile off-street parking requirements in the C-1AA, Large Scale Retail Commercial Zone, insofar as they require more than a minimum setback of 5 feet from any street; and

7. The provisions of the C-1AA, Large Scale Retail Commercial Zone, insofar as they require more than a minimum total of 5,000 square feet of floor space in buildings in one or more stories.

Nothing contained in this notice shall be construed to in any way alter or limit the provisions of sections 2(b) and 4(b) and (c) of the Act of August 15, 1953 (67 Stat. 588).

Nothing contained in this notice shall be construed to in any way alter, limit or abridge any vested rights to real or personal property, including water rights, belonging to any Indian or Indian tribe, band or community that is held in trust by the United States or is subject to a restriction against alienation imposed by the United States.

The Secretary of the Interior may by appropriate notice expressly revoke the adoption and application of any such laws, ordinances, codes, resolutions, rules, or other regulations if he determines such revocation to be in the best interests of the Indian owner or owners in achieving the highest and best use of their property. JOHN A. CARVER, Jr., Acting Secretary of the Interior.

June 22, 1965.

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INDIAN PROPERTY IN CALIFORNIA Adoption and Application of State Laws Pursuant to § 1.4(b), Title 25, Code of Federal Regulations (30 F.R. 7520), the Secretary of the Interior does hereby adopt and make applicable, subject to the conditions hereinafter provided, all of the laws, ordinances, codes, resolutions, rules or other regulations of the State of California, now existing or as they may be amended or enacted in the future, limiting, zoning, or otherwise governing, regulating, or controlling the use or development of any real or personal property, including water rights, leased from or held or used under agreement with and belonging to any Indian or Indian tribe, band, or community that is held in trust by the United States or is subject to a restriction against alienation imposed by the United States and located within the State of California. This adoption and application does not include the laws, ordinances, codes, resolutions, rules, or other regulations of the various counties and cities within the State of California which will be adopted and applied by separate action with such exceptions as are determined to be appropriate.

Nothing contained in this notice shall be construed to in any way alter or limit the provisions of sections 2(b) and 4(b) and (c) of the Act of August 15, 1953 (67 Stat. 588).

Nothing contained in this notice shall be construed to in any way alter, limit, or abridge any vested rights to real or personal property, including water rights, belonging to any Indian or Indian tribe, band or community that is held in trust by the United States or is subject to a restriction against alienation imposed by the United States.

The Secretary of the Interior may by appropriate notice expressly revoke the adoption and application of any such laws, ordinances, codes, resolutions, rules or other regulations if he determines such revocation to be in the best interests of the Indian owner or owners in achieving the highest and best use of such property. JOHN A. CARVER, Jr., Under Secretary of the Interior. July 2, 1965.

[Order 2508, Amdt. 68]

ALLEGANY INDIAN RESERVATION,

N.Y.

Delegation of Authority

Section 30 of Order 2508, as amended, is further amended by the addition of a new subparagraph to read as follows:

SEC. 30. Authority under specific acts. (a) In addition to any authority delegated elsewhere in this order, the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section, is authorized to perform the functions and exercise the authority vested in the Secretary of the Interior by the following acts or portions of acts or any acts amendatory thereof:

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(29) August 31, 1964 (Pub. Law 553, 88th Cong., 2d Sess.; 78 Stat. 738)

JOHN A. CARVER, Jr., Under Secretary of the Interior. July 2, 1965.

PONCA TRIBE OF NATIVE AMERICANS OF NEBRASKA

Notice of Final Membership Roll and of Tribal Referendum Favoring Division of Tribal Assets and Withdrawal of Federal Supervision

Pursuant to section 1 of the Act of September 5, 1962 (76 Stat. 429), a roll of members of the Ponca Tribe of Native Americans of Nebraska who were living on September 5, 1962, was prepared and published in the FEDERAL REGISTER on June 26, 1965. All adult members who names appeared on said roll have been given timely opportunity to indicate their agreement or disagreement with a division of tribal assets in accordance with the terms of said Act. A total of 252 ballots have been cast. 230 adult tribal members indicated their agreement and 22 adult members indicated their disagreement with said proposed division of the tribal assets. A majority of those voting in said referendum having favored the division of tribal assets in accordance with the provisions of the Act of September 5, 1962, said Act is effectve in its entirety, and the roll of members of the Ponca Tribe of Native Americans of Nebraska as published June 26, 1965, in 30 F.R. 8231, is closed and is declared to be the Final Membership Roll of the Ponca Tribe of Native Americans of Nebraska as of the date of publication of this notice.

July 16, 1965.

STEWART L. UDALL, Secretary of the Interior.

[Public Land Order 3750]

NORTH DAKOTA

Restoring Certain Lands, and the Minerals in Other Lands, to Tribal Ownership; Partly Revoking Certain Departmental Orders; Partly Revoking the Proclamation of June 29, 1911

1. Whereas pursuant to authority contained in section 6 of the Act of June 1, 1910 (36 Stat. 455, 456), the Townsite of Parshall was established in the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, and;

Whereas there are certain undisposed of lands within the townsite which are desired by the Indians and for which there appears to be no active public demand, and;

Whereas pursuant to authority contained in the Act of June 1, 1910 (36 Stat. 455), all nonmineral, unallotted and unreserved lands within that portion of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation lying and being east and north of the Missouri River were opened to settlement and entry by Presidential Proclamation of June 29, 1911 (37 Stat. 1693), to be disposed of under the general provisions of the homestead laws and the said Act of Congress, and;

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disposed of within the opened portion of the reservation, certain lands, the minerals in which upon investigation have been found to be valuable to the Indians of the said reservation, and;

Whereas the Tribal Council and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs have recommended restoration of the townsite lands and the minerals in the opened lands to tribal ownership;

Now, therefore, by virtue of the authority contained in sections 3 and 7 of the Act of June 18, 1934 (48 stat. 984; 25 U.S.C. 463a), I hereby find that the restoration to tribal ownership of the lands hereinafter described in this paragraph and the minerals in certain opened lands will be in the public interest, and the said lands and minerals are hereby restored to tribal ownership of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, North Dakota, subject to any valid existing rights:

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Sec. 11, lots 5 and 6.

T. 152 N., R. 92 W.,

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T. 151 N., R. 92 W.,
Sec. 28, S2SW14;
Sec. 33, NEU4NW4.

Aggregating 1,101.52 acres.

2. The Departmental Order of September 19, 1934, as supplemented by the Departmental Order of November 2, 1934, withdrawing surplus lands of Indian reservations, temporarily, pending determination of the matter of their permanent restoration to tribal ownership, is hereby revoked so far as it affects the lands described in paragraph 1b of this order, and Block 19, lot 14, Parshall Townsite.

3. The Departmental Order of May 15, 1911, reserving land for the Shell Creek Reservoir Site, is hereby revoked so far as it affects the following-described lands; T. 152 N., R. 90 W.,

Sec. 8, lots 6, 7, 8, S2SW1 and SWSE
Sec. 17, N2NW14, SW4NW4 and NW4SW1 4:
Sec. 18, ENE, and NE SE.

4. The Proclamation of June 29, 1911 (37 Stat. 1693), opening certain lands in the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation to entry under the homestead laws only, is hereby revoked so far as it affects the lands described in paragraph 1b of this order. The lands described in paragraphs 1b, 2, and 3 of this order, except the minerals in the lands described in paragraph 1b, shall be sold by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs or other officer of that Bureau designated by the Commissioner, at not less than their fair market value, the proceeds to be deposited in the Treasury of the United States to the credit of the Three Affiliated Tribes

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[Order No. 2508, Amdt. 69] COMMISSIONER OF INDIAN AFFAIRS Delegation of Authority Regarding State and Local Regulation of Use of Indian Property

Delegation of authority to Commissioner of Indian Affairs to implement 25 CFR 1.4(b), State and local regulation of the use of Indian property.

Order 2508 (20 F.R. 3834), as amended, is further amended by the addition of a new Section 2 to read as follows:

SECTION 2. Adoption of laws. The Commissioner of Indian Affairs may exercise the authority of the Secretary set out in 25 CFR 1.4(b) concerning the adoption or application of State or local laws regulating the use of property to trust or restricted Indian property. The Commissioner may make applicable to trust or restricted Indian property, leased to or held or used by others under agreement, State or local laws only in those States which have assumed jurisdiction pursuant to the Act of August 15, 1953 (67 Stat. 588). As to such property located in States which have not assumed such jurisdiction, the Commissioner may adopt State and local laws only by appropriate provisions in the lease or other agreement.

July 28, 1965.

STEWART L. UDALL, Secretary of the Interior.

PROPERTY OF CERTAIN CALIFORNIA RANCHERIAS AND INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS THEREOF

Notice of Termination of Federal Super

vision

Notice is hereby given that the Indians named under the Rancherias listed below, and the dependent members of their immediate families, are no longer entitled to any of the services performed by the United States for Indians because of their status as Indians, and all statutes of the United States which affect Indians because of their status as Indians shall be inapplicable to them, and the laws of the several States shall apply to them in the same manner as they apply to other citizens within their jurisdictions. Title to the land on the Rancherias has passed from the United States Government under the distribution plan of each Rancheria.

[Names of individuals omitted] Scotts Valley Rancheria, 56.68 acres in Sec. 13, Twp. 14 North, Range 10 West, M.D.M., Lake County, Calif.

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This notice is issued pursuant to the Act of August 18, 1953 (72 Stat. 619), amended August 11, 1964 (78 Stat. 390), including the provisions in the 1964 Act that this notice affects only the Indians and dependent members of their families who are not members of any other tribe or band of Indians and that all restrictions and tax exemptions applicable to trust or restricted land or interests therein owned by the Indians who are affected by this notice are terminated.

This notice becomes effective as of the date of publication in the FEDERAL REG ISTER.

JOHN A. CARVER, Jr., Under Secretary of the Interior.

August 30, 1965.

[Order 2508, Amdt. 70]

COMMISSIONER OF INDIAN AFFAIRS

Delegation of Authority

Section 30 of Order 2508, as amended, is further amended by the addition of a new subparagraph to read as follows:

SEC. 30. Authority under specific acts. (a) In addition to any authority delegated elsewhere in this order, the Commissioner of Indian Affairs is authorized to perform the functions and exercise the authority vested in the Secretary of the Interior by the following acts or portions of acts or any acts amendatary thereto:

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(31) The Act of September 22, 1961 (Pub. L. 87-283 of 75 Stat. 584; 25 U.S.C. 164–5), authorizing restoration to tribal ownership of unclaimed per capita and other payments of Indian tribal trust funds. STEWART L. UDALL, Secretary of the Interior.

September 24, 1965.

PROPERTY OF BIG VALLEY RANCHERIA IN CALIFORNIA AND INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS THEREOF

Notice of Termination of Federal Super

vision

Notice is hereby given that the Indians and the dependent members of their immediate families named below are no longer entitled to any of the services performed by the United States for Indians because of their status as Indians, that all statutes of the United States which affect Indians because of their status as Indians shall be inapplicable to them, and the laws of the several States shall apply to them in the same manner as they apply to other citizens within their jurisdiction. Title to the land on the Big Valley Rancheria has passed from the U.S. Government under the distribution plan approved March 15, 1960, for the Rancheria.

[Names of individuals omitted]

Big Valley Rancheria: 129 acres in the SE,SW, Sec. 29, and the SE/4NW1⁄4, NE1⁄4SW1⁄4 and NE1⁄4NW1⁄4 of Sec. 32, all in Twp. 14 North, Range 9 West, M.D.B.&M., Lake County, Calif.

This notice is issued pursuant to the Act of August 18, 1958 (72 Stat. 619), amended August 11, 1964 (78 Stat. 390), including the provisions in the 1964 Act that this notice affects only those Indians who are

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Whereas, pursuant to the authority contained in the act of May 29, 1908 (35 Stat. 460-463), the townsite of Timber Lake was established within the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation, S. Dak., and

Whereas, there are certain undisposed of lands within the townsite, and

Whereas, the Tribal Council and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs have recommended restoration of the townsite lands involved to tribal ownership,

Now, therefore, by virtue of the authority contained in sections 3 and 7 of the act of June 18, 1934 (48 Stat. 934; 25 U.S.C. 463a), I hereby find that the restoration to tribal ownership of the lands described below will be in the public interest, and the said lands are hereby restored to tribal ownership of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe of the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation, S. Dak., subject to any valid existing rights:

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HARRY R. ANDERSON, Assistant Secretary of the Interior. December 13, 1965.

CLOVERDALE RANCHERIA, CALIF. Termination of Federal Supervision Over Property and Individual Members Thereof

Notice is hereby given that the Indians and the dependent members of their immediate families named below are no longer entitled to any of the services performed by the United States for Indians because of their status as Indians; that all statutes of the United States which affect Indians because of their status as Indians shall be inapplicable to them, and the laws of the several States shall apply to them in the same manner as they apply to other citizens within their jurisidction. Title to the land on the Cloverdale Rancheria has passed from the U.S. Government under the distribution plan approved August 13, 1959, for the rancheria.

[Names of individuals omitted]

Cloverdale Rancheria, described as follows: All these certain lots, pieces or parcels of land, situate, lying and being in the township of Cloverdale, county of Sonoma, State of California, and bounded and particularly described as follows; to wit: Beginning at a point in the center of the main public road leading from Cloverdale to Healdsburg and at the northwesterly corner of the land formerly owned by Louis Bee, which is an iron pipe two (2) inches in diameter, two (2) feet long, driven below the surface of the ground, from which a fir tree five (5) feet in diameter marked "R.M.," and known as station 8 on the Musalacon Grant line bears south 47° W., 39.38 chains distant; thence N. 47°40' E., along the northerly line of the land formerly owned by Louis Bee, 49.25 chains; thence north 59°15'W., 6.071⁄2 chains to the southerly line of the land of Helena M. Woolsey, thence S. 47°28 W., along the southerly line of the land of Helena M. Woolsey, 46.68 chains to the center line of the herein before mentioned public road; thence S. 34°15'E.. along the center line of said road 5.71 chains to the place of beginning, containing 27.50 acres.

This notice is issued pursuant to the Act of August 18, 1958 (72 Stat. 619), amended August 11, 1964 (78 Stat. 390), including the provisions in the 1964 Act that this notice affects only those Indians who are not members of any other tribe or band of Indians, and that all restrictions and tax exemptions applicable to trust or restricted lands or interests therein owned by the Indians who are affected by this notice are terminated.

This notice becomes effective as of the date of publication in the FEDERAL REGISTER.

STEWART L. UDALL,
Secretary of the Interior.

December 23, 1965.

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CERTAIN RANCHERIAS IN
CALIFORNIA

Notice of Termination of Federal Supervision Over Property and Individual Members

Notice is hereby given that the Indians and the dependent members of their immediate families named below are no longer entitled to any of the services performed by the United States for Indians because of their status as Indians; that all statutes of the United States which affect Indians because of their status as Indians shall be inapplicable to them, and the laws of the several States shall apply to them in the same manner as they apply to other citizens within their jurisdiction. Title to the land on the North Fork, Picayune, Graton, and Pinoleville Rancherias has passed from the U.S. Government under the distribution plans approved April 29, 1960; June 30, 1960; September 17, 1959; and May 10, 1960; respectively, for the above-named Rancherias.

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North Fork Rancheria 80 acres, more or less, located in Madera County, Calif., about 2 miles from the town of North Fork, and described as: SENE1⁄44, Section 20, and SW4NW4, Section 21, Township 8 South, Range 23 East, M.D.B. & M.

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Graton Rancheria 15 and 45/100 acres of land described as: All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in the township of Analy, county of Sonoma, State of California, being a portion of the Rancho El Molino, and bounded and particularly described as follows, to wit: Beginning in the middle of the new Santa Rosa and Occidental road where the same is intersected by the Easterly boundary of the "Green Ranch," so called, conveyed by J. W. Ragsdale, Commissioner, to John Mills by deed dated December 28, 1895, which is recorded in Vol. 163 of Deeds, page 94, Sonoma County Records; thence along said Easterly boundary, South 13 14 East, 16.25 chains to the most Easterly corner of said "Green Ranch" and the Southerly line of the Rancho El Molino; thence along the Southerly boundary thereof. South 47 West 10.10 chains; thence leaving said boundary and running parallel to the Easterly boundary of said "Green Ranch," North 13 40' West, 18.00 chains to a stake in the middle. of the new Santa Rosa and Occidental road; thence along the middle of said road, North 36 40 East, 3.67 chains, North 67 40 East, 6.00 chains to the place of beginning, containing fifteen and forty-five one hundredths (15.45) acres.

Being the same land (excepting the right-of-way) that there were conveyed to Joseph Corda by deed from Ruth P. Huffman, dated May 13, 1911, and recorded in Book 276 of Deeds, page 148, by deed from the Sonoma County Camp Meeting Association, dated September 16, 1912, and recorded in Book 304 of Deeds, page 121, of Sonoma County Records.

Pinoleville Rancheria 99 and 53/100 acres of land located in Mendocino County, Calif., described in deed dated March 13, 1911, recorded in Book 123 of Deeds, page 418; and deed dated September 15, 1911, recorded in Book 133 of Deeds, page 283, Recorder's Office, county of Mendocino, Calif.

This notice is issued pursuant to the Act of August 18, 1958 (72 Stat. 619), amended

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COMMISSIONER OF INDIAN AFFAIRS Delegation of Authority Regarding Ordinances, Resolutions, Constitutions, and Charters

Order 2508, as amended, is further amended by the revision of the heading and text of section 18. As so revised, section 18 reads as follows:

SEC. 18. Tribal ordinances, resolutions, constitutions, and charters. (a) The Commissioner may exercise the authority of the Secretary with respect to those matters set forth in subparagraphs (1) and (2), subject to the limitations set forth in subparagraphs (3) and (4), of this paragraph:

(1) Tribal ordinances and resolutions, and contracts, including expenditures under such contracts where approval of such expenditures is required, which are adopted, enacted, or negotiated by Indian tribal governing bodies pursuant to constitutions approved under section 16 or charters issued under section 17 of the Act of June 18, 1934 (48 Stat. 984; 25 U.S.C.,

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