65. The usufruct of the lands described, surveyed and classified by the Minister of Energy and Resources shall be transferred, gratuitously and on such conditions as he may determine, by the Government to the Government of Canada to be administered by it in trust for the said Indian tribes.
Such usufruct shall be inalienable, in whole or in part, and the lands subjected thereto shall return to the Gouvernement du Québec, without any formality whatsoever, from and after the date when the Indians to whom they have been assigned in usufruct by the Government of Canada cease to occupy them as usufructuaries.
Mining rights shall not be included in such concession, notwithstanding the absence of any mention to that effect.
Nor shall any such reserve be granted or taken out of any territory under license to cut timber, unless the consent of the license-holder shall be first obtained.
R. S. 1964, c. 92, s. 67; 1977, c. 5, s. 14; 1979, c. 81, s. 20.