** §203. Certain public lands designated
"available lands."** All public lands of the description and
acreage, as follows, excluding (a) all lands within any forest reservation, (b)
all cultivated sugar-cane lands, and (c) all public lands held under a
certificate of occupation, homestead lease, right of purchase lease, or special
homestead agreement, are hereby designated, and hereinafter referred to, as
"available lands":

(1) On the island of Hawaii: Kamaoa-Puueo (eleven thousand acres, more or less), in the district of Kau; Puukapu (twelve thousand acres, more or less), Kawaihae 1 (ten thousand acres, more or less), and Pauahi (seven hundred and fifty acres, more or less), in the district of South Kohala; Kamoku-Kapulena (five thousand acres, more or less), Waimanu (two hundred acres, more or less), Nienie (seven thousand three hundred and fifty acres, more or less), in the district of Hamakua; fifty-three thousand acres to be selected by the department from the lands of Humuula Mauka, in the district of North Hilo; Panaewa, Waiakea (two thousand acres, more or less), Waiakea-kai, or Keaukaha (two thousand acres, more or less), and two thousand acres of agricultural lands to be selected by the department from the lands of Piihonua, in the district of South Hilo; and two thousand acres to be selected by the department from the lands of Kaohe-Makuu, in the district of Puna; land at Keaukaha, Hawaii, more particularly described as follows:

**PARCEL I**

Now set aside as Keaukaha Beach Park by Executive Order Numbered 421, and being a portion of the Government land at Waiakea, South Hilo, Hawaii.

Beginning at the southeast corner of this parcel of land, on the north side of Kalanianaole Road, the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government survey triangulation station "Halai" being five thousand six hundred and eighty-one and twelve one-hundredths feet north and seventeen thousand nine hundred and thirty-three and fifteen one-hundredths feet east, as shown on Government Survey Registered Map Numbered 2704, and running by true azimuths.

1. Sixty-one degrees fifty-eight minutes one thousand three hundred and fifty-one and seventy-three one-hundredths feet along the north side of Kalanianaole Road (fifty feet wide);

2. One hundred and fifty-one degrees fifty-eight minutes eight hundred and forty feet along United States military reservation for river and harbor improvements (Executive Order Numbered 176);

Thence along the seashore at high-water mark, the direct azimuths and distances between points at seashore being:

3. Two hundred and eighty-two degrees no minutes four hundred and sixty-eight and fifty one-hundredths feet;

4. Three hundred and thirteen degrees twenty minutes four hundred and forty-one feet;

5. Two hundred and sixty degrees twenty minutes one hundred and forty feet;

6. Two hundred and forty-two degrees twenty minutes two hundred and fifty feet;

7. One hundred and eighty-eight degrees forty minutes sixty feet;

8. Two hundred and seventy-two degrees twenty minutes one hundred and seventy feet;

9. Two hundred and five degrees no minutes sixty feet;

10. One hundred and ten degrees twenty minutes two hundred and twenty feet;

11. Ninety degrees fifty minutes eighty feet;

12. One hundred and sixty-two degrees no minutes one hundred and seventy feet;

13. Two hundred and fifty degrees thirty minutes four hundred and thirty feet;

14. Three hundred and thirty-one degrees fifty-eight minutes three hundred and eighty feet along parcel II of Government land to the point of beginning and containing an area of eleven and twenty one-hundredths acres, more or less.

**PARCEL II**

Being a portion of the Government land of Waiakea, South Hilo, Hawaii, and located on the north side of Kalanianaole Road and adjoining parcel I, hereinbefore described.

Beginning at the south corner of this parcel of land, on the north side of Kalanianaole Road, the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government survey triangulation station "Halai," being five thousand six hundred and eighty-one and twelve one-hundredths feet north and seven thousand nine hundred and thirty-three and fifteen one-hundredths feet east and running by true azimuths:

1. One hundred and fifty-one degrees fifty-six minutes three hundred and eighty feet along the east boundary of parcel I;

2. Two hundred and twenty-nine degrees forty-five minutes thirty seconds one hundred and ninety-one and one one-hundredths feet;

3. One hundred and ninety-eight degrees no minutes two hundred and thirty feet to a one-and-one-half inch pipe set in concrete;

4. Three hundred and seven degrees thirty-eight minutes five hundred and sixty-two and twenty-one one-hundredths feet to a one-and-one-half inch pipe set in concrete;

5. Twenty-eight degrees no minutes one hundred and twenty-one and thirty-seven one-hundredths feet to the north side of Kalanianaole Road;

6. Sixty-one degrees fifty-eight minutes four hundred and eighty-three and twenty-two one-hundredths feet along the north side of Kalanianaole Road to the point of beginning and containing an area of five and twenty-six one-hundredths acres, more or less.

(2) On the island of Maui: Kahikinui (twenty-five thousand acres, more or less) in the district of Kahikinui, and the public lands (six thousand acres, more or less) in the district of Kula;

(3) On the island of Molokai: Palaau (eleven thousand four hundred acres, more or less), Kapaakea (two thousand acres, more or less), Kalamaula (six thousand acres, more or less), Hoolehua (three thousand five hundred acres, more or less), Kamiloloa I and II (three thousand six hundred acres, more or less), and Makakupaia (two thousand two hundred acres, more or less) and Kalaupapa (five thousand acres, more or less);

(4) On the island of Oahu: Nanakuli (three thousand acres, more or less), and Lualualei (two thousand acres, more or less), in the District of Waianae; and Waimanalo (four thousand acres, more or less), in the District of Koolaupoko, excepting therefrom the military reservation and the beach lands; and those certain portions of the lands of Auwaiolimu, Kewalo, and Kalawahine described by metes and bounds as follows, to-wit:

(I) Portion of the Government land at Auwaiolimu, Punchbowl Hill, Honolulu, Oahu, described as follows:

Beginning at a pipe at the southeast corner of this tract of land, on the boundary between the lands of Kewalo and Auwaiolimu, the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey triangulation station "Punchbowl," being one thousand one hundred and thirty-five and nine-tenths feet north and two thousand five hundred and fifty-seven and eight-tenths feet east as shown on Government Survey Registered Map Numbered 2692, and running by true azimuths:

1. One hundred and sixty-three degrees thirty-one minutes two hundred and thirty-eight and eight-tenths feet along the east side of Punchbowl-Makiki Road;

2. Ninety-four degrees eight minutes one hundred and twenty-four and nine-tenths feet across Tantalus Drive and along the east side of Puowaina Drive;

3. One hundred and thirty-one degrees thirteen minutes two hundred and thirty-two and five-tenths feet along a twenty-five foot roadway;

4. One hundred and thirty-nine degrees fifty-five minutes twenty and five-tenths feet along same;

5. One hundred and sixty-eight degrees seventeen minutes two hundred and fifty-seven and eight-tenths feet along Government land (old quarry lot);

6. One hundred and fifty-six degrees thirty minutes three hundred and thirty-three feet along same to a pipe;

7. Thence following the old Auwaiolimu stone wall along L.C. Award Numbered 3145, to Laenui, grant 5147 (lot 8 to C.W. Booth), L.C. Award Numbered 1375, to Kapule, and L.C. Award Numbered 1355, to Kekuanoni, the direct azimuth and distance being two hundred and forty-nine degrees forty-one minutes one thousand three hundred and three and five-tenths feet;

8. Three hundred and twenty-one degrees, twelve minutes, six hundred and ninety-three feet along the remainder of the land of Auwaiolimu;

9. Fifty-one degrees, twelve minutes, one thousand and four hundred feet along the land of Kewalo to the point of beginning, containing an area of twenty-seven acres, excepting and reserving therefrom Tantalus Drive and Auwaiolimu Street crossing this land.

(II) Portion of the land of Kewalo, Punchbowl Hill, Honolulu, Oahu, being part of the lands set aside for the use of the Hawaii Experiment Station of the United States Department of Agriculture by proclamation of the Acting Governor of Hawaii, dated June 10, 1901, and described as follows:

Beginning at the northeast corner of this lot, at a place called "Puu Ea" on the boundary between the lands of Kewalo and Auwaiolimu, the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government survey triangulation station "Punchbowl," being three thousand two hundred and fifty-five and six-tenths feet north and five thousand two hundred and forty-four and seven-tenths feet east, as shown on Government Survey Registered Map Numbered 2692 of the State of Hawaii, and running by true azimuths:

1. Three hundred and fifty-four degrees thirty minutes nine hundred and thirty feet along the remainder of the land of Kewalo, to the middle of the stream which divides the lands of Kewalo and Kalawahine;

2. Thence down the middle of said stream along the land of Kalawahine, the direct azimuth and distance being forty-nine degrees sixteen minutes one thousand five hundred and twelve and five-tenths feet;

3. One hundred and forty-one degrees twelve minutes eight hundred and sixty feet along the remainder of the land of Kewalo;

4. Two hundred and thirty-one degrees twelve minutes five hundred and fifty-two and six-tenths feet along the land of Auwaiolimu to "PUU IOLE";

5. Thence still along the said land of Auwaiolimu following the top of the ridge to the point of beginning, the direct azimuth and distance being two hundred and thirty-two degrees twenty-six minutes one thousand four hundred and seventy feet and containing an area of thirty acres; excepting and reserving therefrom Tantalus Drive crossing this land;

(III) Portion of the land of Kalawahine makai of Tantalus Drive consisting of twelve acres, more or less, said parcel described more specifically in tax map key 2-4-34-8, which includes certain parcels adjoining the Ewa portion of Kalawahine Place currently occupied by short-term land dispositions if the persons residing on those parcels meet the qualifications established by the Legislature of the State of Hawaii and elect to have the land under their homes transferred to the department, and certain portions of the Ewa portion of the parcel, but excluding the hillside side portions of the southeast parcel, with metes and bounds designated by the department and approved by the department of land and natural resources; provided that persons now residing on portion of the land described, be given first opportunity to lease the lands on which they now reside, for a term of 99 years, whether or not they be native Hawaiians as defined in the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act of 1920, as amended.

(IV) Portion of the Hawaii Experiment Station under the control of the United States Department of Agriculture, situated on the northeast side of Auwaiolimu Street.

**KEWALO-UKA,
HONOLULU, OAHU**

Being a portion of the land of Kewalo-uka conveyed by the Territory of Hawaii to the United States of America by proclamations of the Acting Governor of Hawaii, Henry E. Cooper, dated June 10, 1901, and August 16, 1901, and a portion of the United States Navy Hospital reservation described in Presidential Executive Order Numbered 1181, dated March 25, 1910.

Beginning at the west corner of this parcel of land, on the Auwaiolimu-Kewalo-uka boundary and on the northeast side of Auwaiolimu Street, the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government survey triangulation station "Punchbowl," being one thousand two hundred and thirty and fifty-eight one-hundredths feet north and two thousand six hundred and seventy-five and six one-hundredths feet east as shown on Government Survey Registered Map Numbered 2985 and running by azimuths measured clockwise from true south:

1. Two hundred and thirty-one degrees twelve minutes one thousand two hundred and forty-eight and twenty-six one-hundredths feet along the land of Auwaiolimu;

2. Three hundred and twenty-one degrees twelve minutes eight hundred and sixty feet along Hawaiian home land as described in Presidential Executive Order Numbered 5561;

3. Thence down along the middle of stream in all its turns and windings along the land of Kalawahine to the north corner of Roosevelt High School lot, the direct azimuth and distance being thirty-three degrees forty-eight minutes forty seconds one thousand one hundred and twelve and twenty one-hundredths feet;

Thence still down along the middle of stream for the next seven courses along the Roosevelt High School premises, the direct azimuth and distances between points in middle of said stream being:

4. Twenty-three degrees forty minutes twenty-eight and ninety one-hundredths feet;

5. Eight degrees no minutes one hundred and fifteen feet;

6. Three hundred and thirty-seven degrees fifty minutes forty-eight feet;

7. Two degrees thirty minutes sixty feet;

8. Forty-nine degrees forty minutes fifty-two feet;

9. Forty-six degrees six minutes ninety and seventy one-hundredths feet;

10. Ninety-two degrees forty-three minutes ninety-five and sixty one-hundredths feet; thence

11. Eighty-three degrees thirty-eight minutes seventy-one and sixty-three one-hundredths feet along state land to the northeast side of Auwaiolimu Street;

12. Thence on a curve to the left with a radius of one thousand one hundred and seventy-six and twenty-eight one-hundredths feet along the northeast side of Auwaiolimu Street along land described in Presidential Executive Order Numbered 1181, dated March 25, 1910, the direct azimuth and distance being one hundred and seventy-two degrees twenty-nine minutes thirty-five seconds one hundred and sixty-four and thirty-nine one-hundredths feet;

13. Thence continuing on a curve to the left with a radius of one thousand one hundred and seventy-six and twenty-eight one-hundredths feet along the northeast side of Auwaiolimu Street, the direct azimuth and distance being one hundred and sixty degrees fifty minutes forty-eight seconds three hundred and twelve and seventy-five one-hundredths feet;

14. Two hundred and twenty-four degrees fifty-three minutes six hundred and seventy and sixty-five one-hundredths feet along the Quarry Reservation (State of Hawaii, owner);

15. One hundred and ten degrees six minutes two hundred and thirty-nine and twenty one-hundredths feet along same;

16. Ninety-two degrees five minutes two hundred and two and twenty one-hundredths feet along same;

17. Fifty-three degrees twenty minutes three hundred and forty and thirty-four one-hundredths feet along same;

18. One hundred and forty-two degrees thirty minutes four hundred and twenty-four and sixty-eight one-hundredths feet along the northeast side of Auwaiolimu Street to the point of beginning and containing an area of twenty-seven and ninety one-hundredths acres; excepting and reserving therefrom that certain area included in Tantalus Drive, crossing this land.

(V) Portion of Kewalo-uka Quarry Reservation. Situate on the northeast side of Auwaiolimu Street.

**KEWALO-UKA,
HONOLULU, OAHU**

Being land reserved by the State of Hawaii within the Hawaii Experiment Station under the control of the United States Department of Agriculture, as described in proclamations of the Acting Governor of Hawaii, Henry E. Cooper, dated June 10, 1901.

Beginning at the northwest corner of this parcel of land and on the northeast side of Auwaiolimu Street, the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government survey triangulation station "Punchbowl," being eight hundred and ninety-three and sixty-six one-hundredths feet north and two thousand nine hundred and thirty-three and fifty-nine one-hundredths feet east as shown on Government Survey Registered Map Numbered 2985 and running by azimuths measured clockwise from true south:

1. Two hundred and thirty-three degrees twenty minutes three hundred and forty and thirty-four one-hundredths feet along the Hawaii Experiment Station under the control of the United States Department of Agriculture;

2. Two hundred and seventy-two degrees five minutes two hundred and two and twenty one-hundredths feet along same;

3. Two hundred and ninety degrees six minutes two hundred and thirty-nine and twenty one-hundredths feet along same;

4. Forty-four degrees fifty-three minutes six hundred and seventy and sixty-five one-hundredths feet along same to the northeast side of Auwaiolimu Street;

5. Thence on a curve to the left with a radius of one thousand one hundred and seventy-six and twenty-eight one-hundredths feet along the northeast side of Auwaiolimu Street, the direct azimuth and distance being one hundred and forty-seven degrees fifty-one minutes thirteen seconds two hundred and nineteen and fifty one-hundredths feet;

6. One hundred and forty-two degrees thirty minutes one hundred and thirty-four and fifty-five one-hundredths feet along the northeast side of Auwaiolimu Street;

7. Two hundred and thirty-two degrees thirty minutes twenty feet along same;

8. One hundred and forty-two degrees thirty minutes seventy-one and fifty-seven one-hundredths feet along same to the point of beginning and containing an area of four and six hundred and forty-six one-thousandths acres.

(VI) Being a portion of government land of Auwaiolimu, situated on the northeast side of Hawaiian home land of Auwaiolimu and adjacent to the land of Kewalo-uka at Pauoa Valley, Honolulu, Oahu, State of Hawaii. Beginning at a pipe in concrete at the south corner of this parcel of land, being also the east corner of Hawaiian home land, the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "Punchbowl," being two thousand twelve and seventy-five one-hundredths feet south and three thousand six hundred forty-seven and eighty-seven one-hundredths feet east, and thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from true south:

1. One hundred and forty-one degrees twelve minutes six hundred and ninety-three feet along Hawaiian home land;

2. Thence along middle of stone wall along L.C.Aw. 1356 to Kekuanoni, Grant 5147, Apana 1 to C.W.Booth, L.C.Aw. 1351 to Kamakainau, L.C.Aw. 1602 to Kahawai, Grant 4197 to Keauloa, L.C.Aw. 5235 to Kaapuiki and Grant 2587 to Haalelea;

3. Two hundred and ninety-five degrees thirty minutes three hundred and twenty feet along the remainder of government land of Auwaiolimu;

4. Twenty-four degrees sixteen minutes thirty seconds one thousand five hundred seventy-nine and thirty-six one-hundredths feet along the remainder of government land of Auwaiolimu;

5. Thence along middle of ridge along the land of Kewalo-uka to a point called "Puu Iole" (pipe in concrete monument), the direct azimuth and distance being fifty-six degrees no minutes eight hundred and thirty feet;

6. Fifty-two degrees twelve minutes five hundred fifty-two and sixty one-hundredths feet along the land of Kewalo-uka to the point of beginning and containing an area of thirty-three and eighty-eight one-hundredths acres, more or less.

(VII) Being portions of government lands of Kewalo-uka and Kalawahine situated on the east side of Tantalus Drive at Pauoa Valley, Honolulu, Oahu, State of Hawaii. Beginning at the west corner of this parcel of land, the true azimuth and distance to a point called "Puu Ea" (pipe in concrete monument) being one hundred and seventy-four degrees thirty minutes four hundred one and ninety-nine one-hundredths feet, the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "Punchbowl" being two thousand eight hundred fifty-five and ten one-hundredths feet north and five thousand two hundred eighty-two and twenty-five one-hundredths feet east and thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from true south:

1. Two hundred and forty-eight degrees nineteen minutes forty seconds eight hundred fifty and fifty-four one-hundredths feet along the land of Kewalo-uka;

2. Sixteen degrees thirty minutes five hundred feet along the land of Kewalo-uka, along the land of Kalawahine;

3. Twenty-five degrees no minutes five hundred feet along the land of Kalawahine;

4. Thirty-five degrees no minutes three hundred and twenty feet along the land of Kalawahine;

5. Fifty degrees forty-six minutes ninety-six and seventy one-hundredths feet along Makiki Forest Ridge lots;

6. Seventy-three degrees twenty minutes two hundred fifty-five and ninety one-hundredths feet along Makiki Forest Ridge lots;

7. Eighty-six degrees thirty-two minutes one hundred sixty-three and forty one-hundredths feet along Makiki Forest Ridge lots;

8. Thence along the south side of Tantalus Drive on a curve to the right with a radius of two hundred and seventy feet, the direct azimuth and distance being two hundred and twenty-one degrees twelve minutes nineteen seconds ninety-eight and thirty-six one-hundredths feet;

9. Two hundred and thirty-one degrees forty-two minutes one hundred ninety-three and thirty-five one-hundredths feet along the south side of Tantalus Drive;

10. Still along Tantalus Drive on a curve to the left with a radius of one hundred eighty and seventy-eight one-hundredths feet, the direct azimuth and distance being one hundred and eighty-one degrees forty-five minutes fifty-five seconds two hundred seventy-six and seventy-two one-hundredths feet;

11. Two hundred and forty-two degrees fifteen minutes sixty-two and thirty-two one-hundredths feet along the land of Kewalo-uka;

12. One hundred and seventy-four degrees thirty minutes five hundred twenty-eight and one one-hundredths feet along the land of Kewalo-uka to the point of beginning and containing an area of five hundred and seventy-four thousand seven hundred and thirty square feet or thirteen and one hundred ninety-four one-thousandths acres.

(5) On the island of Kauai: Upper land of Waimea, above the cultivated sugar cane lands, in the district of Waimea (fifteen thousand acres, more or less); and Moloaa (two thousand five hundred acres, more or less), and Anahola and Kamalomalo (five thousand acres, more or less).

Wailuku, Maui: That parcel of government land, situate in the District of Wailuku, Island and County of Maui, comprising twelve and four hundred and fifty-five one-thousandths acres of the ILI OF KOU and being a portion of the land covered by General Lease Numbered 2286 to Wailuku Sugar Company, Limited, notwithstanding the fact that said parcel is cultivated sugar cane land, subject, however, to the terms of said lease.

Cultivated Sugar Cane Lands: That parcel of Anahola, Island of Kauai, comprising four hundred and one and four hundred and twenty-three one-thousandths acres, hereinafter described and being portion of the land covered by general lease numbered 2724 to the Lihue Plantation Company, Limited, notwithstanding the fact that said parcel is cultivated sugar cane land, subject however, to the terms of said lease, said parcel being more particularly described as follows:

Being a portion of land described in general lease numbered 2724 to the Lihue Plantation Company situate in the district of Anahola, Kauai, State of Hawaii, beginning at the northwest corner of this parcel of land, the coordinates of which referred to government triangulation station south base are three thousand and forty-nine and sixty-two one-hundredths feet south, one thousand nine hundred and thirty-two and twenty-five one-hundredths feet west, and running thence by azimuths measured clockwise from true south two hundred and eighty-four degrees thirty minutes two hundred and fifty feet, thence on the arc of circular curve to the left, with a radius of eight hundred and ninety feet and a central angle of thirty-five degrees fifteen minutes, the direct azimuth and distance being two hundred and sixty-six degrees fifty-two minutes thirty seconds five hundred and thirty-eight and ninety-six one-hundredths feet, thence two hundred and forty-nine degrees fifteen minutes one thousand eight hundred and nine and twenty-five one-hundredths feet, thence two hundred and twenty-four degrees fifteen minutes three thousand fifty-six feet, thence one hundred and thirty-four degrees fifteen minutes two hundred and seven feet, to the seashore at Anahola Bay, thence along the seashore around Kahala Point, the direct azimuth and distance being two hundred and thirty-seven degrees six minutes seven seconds one thousand and sixty and fourteen one-hundredths feet, thence along the seashore, the direct azimuth and distance being three hundred and thirty-two degrees no minutes one thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven feet, thence along the seashore, the direct azimuth and distance being three hundred and fifty-five degrees no minutes one thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven feet, thence eighty-seven degrees twenty minutes seven hundred and forty feet, thence fifty-nine degrees no minutes two thousand seven hundred and fifteen feet, thence sixty-nine degrees fifteen minutes one thousand eight hundred and eighty-seven and thirty-six one-hundredths feet, thence on the arc of a circular curve to the right with a radius of three thousand and twelve feet, and a central angle of thirty-five degrees fifteen minutes the direct azimuth and distance being eighty-six degrees fifty-two minutes thirty seconds one thousand eight hundred and twenty-three and ninety-eight one-hundredths feet, thence one hundred and four degrees thirty minutes two hundred and fifty feet, thence one hundred and ninety-four degrees thirty minutes one thousand and thirty-one feet, thence on the arc of a circular curve to the left with a radius of six hundred and seven and ninety-five one-hundredths feet and a central angle of fifty-three degrees three minutes thirty seconds the direct azimuth and distance being seventy-seven degrees fifty-eight minutes fifteen seconds five hundred and forty-three and nine one-hundredths feet to the government road, thence two hundred and thirty-one degrees twenty-six minutes thirty seconds one hundred and thirteen and sixty-one one-hundredths feet along the government road, thence along the government road on the arc of a circular curve to the left with a radius of four hundred and seventy-seven feet and a central angle of forty-four degrees twenty-six minutes thirty seconds, the direct azimuth and distance being two hundred and nine degrees thirteen minutes fifteen seconds three hundred and sixty and seventy-eight one-hundredths feet, thence one hundred and eighty-seven degrees no minutes one hundred and sixty-nine and fifty-four one-hundredths feet along the government road, thence on the arc of a circular curve to the left with a radius of three hundred and fifty-one and eight one-hundredths feet and a central angle of eighty-two degrees thirty minutes the direct azimuth and distance being three hundred and twenty-five degrees forty-five minutes four hundred and sixty-two and ninety-seven one-hundredths feet, thence one hundred and ninety-four degrees thirty minutes five hundred and seventy-nine feet, thence one hundred and four degrees thirty minutes three hundred feet, thence one hundred and ninety-four degrees thirty minutes two hundred feet, thence two hundred eighty-four degrees thirty minutes three hundred feet, thence one hundred and ninety-four degrees thirty minutes two hundred and fifty-two feet to the point of beginning containing an area of four hundred and one and four hundred and twenty-three one-thousandths acres more or less. [Am May 16, 1934, c 290, §1, 48 Stat 777; Aug. 29, 1935, c 810, §1, 49 Stat 966; Jul. 10, 1937, c 482, 50 Stat 497; Nov. 26, 1941, c 544, §1, 55 Stat 782; May 31, 1944, c 216, §2, 58 Stat 260; Jun. 3, 1948, cc 384, 397, 62 Stat 295, 303; Jul. 9, 1952, c 614, §§1, 2, 66 Stat 511; am L 1963, c 207, §§2, 5; am L 1990, c 150, §7]

WITHDRAWALS OF AVAILABLE LAND

The Act of May 31, 1944, c 216, §2, 58 Stat 260, repealed so much of the above section as designates the lands hereinafter described as "available lands," and restored such lands to their previous status under the control of the Territory of Hawaii. The lands so restored on the island of Hawaii are:

Those portions of Keaukaha tract 1, being additions to the Hilo airplane landing field, comprising several parcels of land as follows:

Parcel 1. Land situated at Keaukaha, tract 1, Waiakea, South Hilo, island of Hawaii, State of Hawaii, being portions of lots 96, 97, 182, 183, 184, 185, Desha Avenue, and twenty-five foot alley, of the Keaukaha residence lots, as shown on government survey registered maps 2723 and 3017, on file in the department of accounting and general services at Honolulu.

Beginning at the south corner of this piece of land and on the west boundary of the Hawaiian home land, the true azimuth and distance from the northwest corner of the Hilo airport addition, as shown on government survey registered maps 2723 and 3017 on file in the department of accounting and general services at Honolulu, and on the south side of Kamehameha Avenue, being one hundred and eighty degrees no minutes four hundred and three and thirty-one one-hundredths feet, and the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "Halai" being two thousand five hundred and twenty and thirty-one one-hundredths feet north and fifteen thousand five hundred and fifty-three one-hundredths feet east, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from true south:

1. One hundred and eighty degrees no minutes six hundred and fifteen and ninety-five one-hundredths feet along Government land and tract A of grant deeded by Territory of Hawaii to Hilo Railroad Company;

2. Three hundred and ten degrees forty-two minutes four hundred and one and sixty-six one-hundredths feet along the remainders of Desha Avenue, lots 96, 97, twenty-five-foot alley, and lot 182 of the Keaukaha residence lots; and

3. Forty degrees forty-two minutes four hundred and sixty-six and ninety-seven one-hundredths feet along the remainders of lots 182, 183, 184, 185, and Desha Avenue and the Keaukaha residence lots to the point of beginning, and containing an area of two and one hundred and fifty-five one-thousandths acres, more or less.

Parcel 2. Land situated on the south side of Kamehameha Avenue, at Keaukaha, tract 1, Waiakea, South Hilo, Island of Hawaii, State of Hawaii, being all of lots 449 to 486, inclusive, all of lots 546 to 564, inclusive, and portions of Kauhane, Spencer, Pua, and Kamaka Avenues of the Keaukaha residence lots, as shown on Government Survey Registered Maps 2723 and 3017, on file in the department of accounting and general services at Honolulu.

Beginning at the northwest corner of this piece of land; being also the southwest corner of Kamehameha and Kauhane Avenues, the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "Halai" being two thousand one hundred and seventeen feet north and sixteen thousand eight hundred and eighty feet east, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from true south:

1. Two hundred and seventy degrees no minutes two thousand and seventeen and eighty-five one-hundredths feet along the south side of Kamehameha Avenue;

2. Three hundred and sixty degrees no minutes four hundred and fifty feet along lots 448 and 487 of the Keaukaha residence lots;

3. Three hundred and sixty degrees no minutes fifty feet across Kamaka Avenue;

4. Three hundred and sixty degrees no minutes two hundred and twenty-five feet along lot 545 of the Keaukaha residence lots;

5. Ninety degrees no minutes three hundred and ninety-two and forty-eight one-hundredths feet along lots 583, 582, 581, and 580 of the Keaukaha residence lots;

6. Ninety degrees no minutes fifty feet across Pua Avenue;

7. Ninety degrees no minutes eight hundred and one and fifteen one-hundredths feet along lots 579, 578, 577, 576, 575, 574, 573, and 572, of the Keaukaha residence lots;

8. Ninety degrees no minutes fifty feet across Spencer Avenue;

9. Ninety degrees no minutes six hundred and seventy-four and twenty-two one-hundredths feet along lots 571, 570, 569, 568, 567, 566, and 565, of the Keaukaha residence lots;

10. Ninety degrees no minutes fifty feet across Kauhane Avenue; and

11. One hundred and eight degrees no minutes seven hundred and twenty-five feet along Puuhala Reserve and the present Hilo airport addition, as shown on Government Survey Registered Maps 2723 and 3017 on file in the department of accounting and general services at Honolulu, to the point of beginning, and containing an area of thirty-three and five hundred and eighty-five one-thousandths acres, more or less.

Parcel 3. As returned to the Commissioner of Public Lands of the Territory of Hawaii by resolution numbered 78 of the Hawaiian Homes Commission, dated May 13, 1942. Land situated at Keaukaha, tract 1, Waiakea, South Hilo, Island of Hawaii, State of Hawaii, being the whole of lots 446, 447, 448, 487, 488, 489, 543, 544, 545, 584, 585, and 586 and portions of lots 581, 582, and 583, and a portion of Kamaka Avenue, of the Keaukaha residence lots, as shown on Government Survey Registered Maps 2723 and 3017, more particularly described as follows:

Beginning at the northeast corner of this piece of land, being also the northeast corner of lot 446 and the southwest corner of Kamehameha and Baker Avenues, the true azimuth and distance from the northwest corner of Hilo airport addition (of twenty and fifty-four one-hundredths acres and on the south side of Kamehameha Highway), as shown on Government Survey Registered Maps 2723 and 3017, being two hundred and seventy degrees no minutes and three thousand six hundred and eighty-eight and seventy one-hundredths feet, and the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "Halai" being two thousand one hundred and seventeen feet north and nineteen thousand one hundred and ninety-two and twenty-three one-hundredths feet east, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from true south:

1. Three hundred and sixty degrees no minutes four hundred and fifty feet along the west side of Baker Avenue;

2. Three hundred and sixty degrees no minutes fifty feet across Kamaka Avenue;

3. Three hundred and sixty degrees no minutes four hundred and fifty feet along the west side of Baker Avenue;

4. Ninety degrees no minutes two hundred and ninety-four and thirty-eight one-hundredths feet along the north side of Kawika Avenue;

5. One hundred and eighty degrees no minutes one hundred and twelve and fifty one-hundredths feet along lot 583 of the Keaukaha residence lots;

6. One hundred and ten degrees fifty-five minutes three hundred and fifteen and thirteen one-hundredths feet along the remainders of lots 583, 582, and 581 of the Keaukaha residence lots;

7. Two hundred and seventy degrees no minutes two hundred and ninety-four and thirty-six one-hundredths feet along lots 548, 547, and 546 of the Keaukaha residence lots;

8. One hundred and eighty degrees no minutes two hundred and twenty-five feet along lot 546 of the Keaukaha residence lots;

9. One hundred and eighty degrees no minutes fifty feet across Kamaka Avenue;

10. One hundred and eighty degrees no minutes four hundred and fifty feet along lots 486 and 449 of the Keaukaha lots to the south side of Kamehameha Avenue; and

11. Two hundred and seventy degrees no minutes two hundred and ninety-four and thirty-eight one-hundredths feet along the south side of Kamehameha Avenue to the point of beginning and containing an area of six and eighty one-hundredths acres.

Parcel 4. As returned to the Commissioner of Public Lands of the Territory of Hawaii by resolution numbered 78 of the Hawaiian Homes Commission, dated May 13, 1942. Land situated at Keaukaha, tract 1, Waiakea, South Hilo, Island of Hawaii, State of Hawaii, being the whole of lots 93, 94, 95, 98, 99, 100, 101, and 102 and portions of lots 92, 96, 97, and 103 and a portion of Desha Avenue of the Keaukaha residence lots, as shown on Government Survey Registered Maps 2723 and 3017, more particularly described as follows:

Beginning at the northwest corner of this piece of land, being also the northwest corner of lot 94 and on the southeast side of twenty-five-foot road, the true azimuth and distance from the northwest corner of Hilo airport addition (of twenty and fifty-four one-hundredths acres and on the south side of Kamehameha Highway), as shown on Government Survey Registered Maps 2723 and 3017, being one hundred and eighty degrees no minutes one thousand seven hundred and fifty-one and eighty-seven one-hundredths feet, and the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "Halai" being three thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight and eighty-seven one-hundredths feet north and fifteen thousand five hundred and three and fifty-three one-hundredths feet east, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from true south:

1. Two hundred and forty-three degrees fifty minutes one hundred and seventy-seven and ninety-three one-hundredths feet along the southeast side of twenty-five-foot road;

2. Three hundred and thirty-three degrees fifty minutes two hundred and thirty-five and sixty one-hundredths feet along lot 92 of the Keaukaha residence lots;

3. Two hundred and forty-three degrees fifty minutes one hundred feet along the remainder of lot 92 of the Keaukaha residence lots;

4. Three hundred and thirty-three degrees fifty minutes two hundred feet along lot 91 of the Keaukaha residence lots;

5. Three hundred and thirty-three degrees fifty minutes fifty feet across Desha Avenue;

6. Two hundred and forty-three degrees fifty minutes one hundred feet along the southeast side of Desha Avenue;

7. Three hundred and thirty-three degrees fifty minutes two hundred and thirty-five and sixty one-hundredths feet along lot 103 of the Keaukaha residence lots;

8. Two hundred and forty-three degrees fifty minutes one hundred feet along the remainder of lot 103 of the Keaukaha residence lots;

9. Three hundred and thirty-three degrees fifty minutes two hundred feet along the southwest side of Kauhane Avenue;

10. Sixty-three degrees fifty minutes six hundred and eighty-eight and thirty-six one-hundredths feet along the northwest side of twenty-five-foot road;

11. One hundred and thirty degrees forty-two minutes two hundred and eighty-six and seventy-three one-hundredths feet along the remainders of lots 97 and 96 and Desha Avenue of the Keaukaha residence lots; and

12. One hundred and eighty degrees no minutes seven hundred and thirty-two and sixty-one one-hundredths feet along Government land and tract A of grant deed by the Territory of Hawaii to Hilo Railroad Company to the point of beginning and containing an area of ten and eight hundred and forty-nine one-thousandths acres.

The Act of June 12, 1948, c 458, 62 Stat 387, withdrew certain land as available land. The Act provided:

"That the portion of Hawaiian Homes Commission land of Waiakea-kai or Keaukaha, South Hilo, Hawaii, Territory of Hawaii, more fully described as follows, is withdrawn as 'available land' within the meaning of the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act of 1920 (42 Stat. 108), as amended, and is hereby restored to its previous status under the control of the Territory of Hawaii:

"Portion of Hawaiian home land of Keaukaha, tract 2, Waiakea, South Hilo, Island of Hawaii, Territory of Hawaii, as returned to the Commissioner of Public Lands of the Territory of Hawaii by Resolution numbered 85 of the Hawaiian Homes Commission, dated July 18, 1944, and more particularly described as follows:

"Beginning at a spike at the northwest corner of this tract of land and on the southeast corner of the intersection of Nene and Akepa Streets, the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station 'Halai' being five thousand two hundred and eight and twenty-one one-hundredths feet north and twenty-four thousand eight hundred and eighteen and six one-hundredths feet east, and running by azimuths measured clockwise from true south:

"1. Two hundred and ninety degrees eleven minutes five hundred and sixty-one and eighty-two one-hundredths feet along the south side of Nene Street;

"2. Thence along same on a curve to the left with a radius of one thousand four hundred and sixty-five and four-tenths feet, the chord azimuth and distance being two hundred and sixty-eight degrees thirty-seven minutes one thousand and seventy-seven and thirty one-hundredths feet;

"3. Two hundred and forty-seven degrees three minutes five hundred and ninety-six and sixty-two one-hundredths feet along same;

"4. Three hundred and sixty degrees no minutes one thousand two hundred and thirty-seven and eighty-five one-hundredths feet;

"5. Ninety degrees no minutes two thousand one hundred and fifty-three and sixty-nine one-hundredths feet;

"6. One hundred and eighty degrees no minutes one thousand one hundred and seventy-three and four one-hundredths feet along the east side of the proposed extension of Akepa Street to the point of beginning, and containing an area of fifty acres, more or less.

"Section 2. Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions of this Act, if, at any time, in the opinion of the Commissioner of Public Lands, use of the above described lands has been discontinued by the Department of Commerce, upon the making of such a determination by the Commissioner of Public Lands such lands shall become available lands within the meaning of Section 203 of title II of the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act, 1920, as amended."

The Act of August 29, 1935, c 819, §1, 49 Stat 966, and the Act of May 31, 1944, c 216, §2, 58 Stat 260, repealed so much of the above section as designates the lands hereinafter described as "available lands", and restored such lands to their previous status under the control of the Territory of Hawaii. The lands so restored on the Island of Molokai as of August 29, 1935 are:

Those portions of Hoolehua, apana 2, and Palaau, apana 2, comprising the Molokai airplane landing field as set aside for public purposes by Executive Order Numbered 307 of the Governor of the Territory of Hawaii, dated December 15, 1927, consisting of two hundred four and nine-tenths acres, more or less, and particularly described as follows:

Beginning at a point on the southeast corner of the said land, from which the azimuth (measured clockwise from true south) and distance to United States Coast and Geodetic Survey Triangulation Station "Middle Hill" (Kualapuu) is two hundred and seventy-two degrees twenty-three minutes thirty-nine seconds, twelve thousand seven hundred twenty and nine-tenths feet, thence from said point of beginning by metes and bounds, eighty-five degrees ten minutes thirty seconds, three thousand four hundred and twenty-seven feet; one hundred and eighty degrees fifty-six minutes thirty seconds, two thousand six hundred thirty and two-tenths feet; two hundred and seventy-nine degrees fifty-five minutes thirty seconds, four thousand nine hundred seven and three-tenths feet; three hundred and forty-six degrees twenty minutes, three hundred forty-two and three-tenths feet near west edge of Kakainapahao Gulch; three degrees twenty-six minutes, four hundred twenty-seven and one-tenth feet; eighty-three degrees twenty-four minutes, one thousand four hundred sixty-eight and two tenths feet; five degrees fifty-eight minutes, five hundred seventy-one and three-tenths feet to the point of beginning.

The land so restored on the Island of Molokai as of May 31, 1944 is:

That portion of Palaau, Apana 2, being an addition to the Molokai airplane landing field, as follows:

Parcel 1. As returned to the Commissioner of Public Lands of the Territory of Hawaii by resolution numbered 68 of the Hawaiian Homes Commission, dated March 3, 1941, and consisting of thirteen and five hundred and twenty-seven one-thousandths acres, more or less, more particularly described as follows:

Beginning at the southeast corner of this piece of land, on the west boundary of the present Molokai airport, the true azimuth and distance from the northwest corner of the Molokai airport (Executive Order Numbered 809) being no degrees fifty-six minutes thirty seconds two hundred and forty-two feet, and the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "Middle Hill" being one and fifteen one-hundredths feet north and sixteen thousand one hundred and twenty-eight and one one-hundredths feet west, thence running by true azimuths measured clockwise from south:

(1) Sixty degrees twenty-five minutes eight hundred and forty-one and seventy-four one-hundredths feet along the remainders of fifty-foot road and lot 170 of the Hawaiian Homes land;

(2) One hundred and eighty degrees fifty-six minutes thirty seconds eight hundred and twelve and sixty-two one-hundredths feet along the remainder of lot 170 of the Hawaiian Homes land;

(3) Two hundred and forty degrees twenty-five minutes eight hundred and forty-one and seventy-four one-hundredths feet along the remainders of Lot 170, Pine Avenue, lot 158 and fifty-foot road of the Hawaiian Homes land, to the west side of the Molokai airport; and

(4) No degrees fifty-six minutes thirty seconds eight hundred and twelve and sixty-two one-hundredths feet along the west side of the present Molokai airport to the point of beginning.

Attorney General Opinions

The term "available lands" does not include land already set apart by Presidential Executive Order at time of enactment of this Act. Att. Gen. Op. 64-44.

Law Journals and Reviews

The Crown Lands Trust: Who Were, Who Are, the Beneficiaries? 38 UH L. Rev. 213 (2016).