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ecutive order—Continued.
Revoking so much of Executive

order, May 17, 1899, as relates
to the tract of land described

near Bismark, North Dakota. Enlarging the territory in the mili

tary reservation of Fort Meade,

Dakota Territory.
Setting aside described lands in

Honolulu for military purposes.
Amending Executive order, June 13,

1899, reserving certain lands in Mission Creek, Alaska, for mili

tary purposes. Adding to the military reservation

at Fort Lincoln, North Dakota. Adding certain lands to the north

ern and southern boundaries of
Fort Sill Military Reservation,

Oklahoma.
Reserving certain tracts of lands

and island at the entrance at
Manila Bay, Luzon, Philippine

Islands.
Reserving two tracts of public land

as addition to the military reser-
vation at Haines Mission near

Dyea, Alaska.
Reserving a site adjoining the town

of Valdez, Alaska, for a signal

station for Fort Egbert. Setting aside certain land in

Porto Rico for military purposes including the main reservation and buildings and bar

racks at San Juan. Withdrawing the building and land

known as The Presidio at San Juan, Porto Rico, from the operation of an order reserving them

for military purposes. Reserving a tract of land for a mili

tary post at Nonucan, Mindanao,

Philippine Islands.
Setting aside land for military posts

at the following places in the
Philippine Islands: Near Angelus,
Pampanga; At Bayambang, Pang-
sinan; Bongao Island; a portion
of land near Dantages Province;
Cebu, Cebu; Near Calbayog,
Samar; Camp Jossman, Gurimars
Island; Los Vanos, Laguna; Lu-
cena, Taydas; Nueva Caceres,
Camarines Sur; Ormoc, Leyte;
Taclobau, Leyte; Near San Fer-
nando, Union; Near Salamague,

Ilocos, Sur; Bacon, Sorogan. See footnotes on p. 192.

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51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

Executive order—Continued.
Reserving certain lands near Baguio

Oct. 10, 1903
Island of Luzon, Philippine Is-

lands, for military purposes. Reserving a tract of land at Parang,

Feb. 15, 1904
Mindanao, Philippine Islands, for

military purposes.
Reducing the military reservations

Mar. 14, 1904
at Mariveles and Calumpan
Point and the islands in the en-
trance to Manila Bay, Luzon,
Philippine Islands, made by Exec-

utive order, Apr. 11, 1902. Reserving for military purposes

June 20, 1904
two tract of land, one at Zambo-
anga, Mindanao, and the other
at Pasay, Luzon, Philippine Is-

lands.
Setting aside land at Valdez Bay,

June 30, 1904 district of Alaska, for military

purposes. Reserving land for a target range

Aug. 18, 1904
for the use of troops at Whipple

Barracks, Arizona.
Setting aside certain lands at Jolo,

Nov. 10, 1904
Jolo, Philippine Islands, and cer-
tain lands near Daraga, Philip-
pine Islands, for military pur-
poses.
Modifying Executive order, Sept. 1,

Dec. 6, 1904
1903, insofar as it relates to the
military reservation at Loc Bauos,

Laguna.
Reserving certain lands at Mura-

Jan. 19, 1905
hur, Mindanao, Philippine Is-

lands, for military purposes. Reserving for military purposes 321B May 1, 1905

certain public lands in the Island

of Luzon, Philippine Islands. Setting aside for military purposes 3240 May 17, 1905

certain property in the city of

Manila, Philippine Islands.
Reserving certain lands as additions 324D May 17, 1905

to the military reservation at
Jolo, Jolo, Philippine Islands.
Modifying Executive order, June 324E May 17, 1905

20, 1904, relating to the military
reservation at Zamboaga, Min-

danao, Philippine Islands.
Reserving for the use of the Signal 328B May 24, 1905

Corps, U. S. Army, certain lands

in Alaska for telegraph lines. Reserving lands in Alaska for mili- 337B July 3, 1905

tary purposes. Adding to and excluding from Fort 341C July 19, 1905

Gibbon, Alaska, certain lands re

served for military reservation. See footnotes on p. 192.

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a)."

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a)."

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51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).1

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a)."

Executive order—Continued.

Reserving reclaimed land for mili- 348A | Aug. 29, 1905

tary reservation, Manila, Philip-
pine Islands.
Modifying Executive order, Oct. 10, 351B Sept. 18, 1905

1903, and further defining the
limits of the military reservation
at Fort San Pedro, Panay, Philip-

pine Islands.
Reservation of land for a target 369B Nov. 14, 1905

range at Zamboaga, Mindanao,

Philippine Islands.
Reserving public lands in Alaska for 375B Nov. 27, 1905

military purposes.
Modifying previous Executive or- 426 Mar. 3, 1906

ders relating to the military reser-
vation of Fort Egbert, Alaska,
and further defining the limits of

that reservation.
Placing a portion of Fort Robinson, 502 | Sept. 14, 1906

Nebraska, under the control of the
Secretary of the Interior, the
same having become useless for

military purposes.
Amending Executive order, Oct. 10, 512 Oct. 3, 1906

1903, as modified by Executive
order, Sept. 18, 1905, so as to ex-
clude a parcel of land erroneously
described therein and previously
reserved by order of the Civil
Governor of the Philippine Is-

lands for lighthouse purposes.
Reserving lands in North Dakota 551 Jan. 17, 1907

as an addition to the Fort Lincoln

Military Reservation.
Enlarging the Camp John Hay 553 Jan. 23, 1907

Military Reservation on the Is

land of Luzon, Philippine Islands.
Extending limits of military reser- 605 Mar. 30, 1907

vation at Grande Island in the
Island of Luzon, Philippine Is-

lands.
Correcting the description of the 612 Apr. 9, 1907

military reservation known as
Camp Downes at Ormoc, Leyte,
Philippine Islands.
Modifying Executive order, May 11, 645 June 7, 1907

1902, and Executive order, Mar.
14, 1904, excepting therefrom
lands claimed by the Manila
Navigation Co. in the Province of
Bataan, Luzon, known as Mari-
veles Reservation, Philippine Is-

lands.
Reserving lands as a portion of the 685 Aug. 29, 1907

Fort Sill Military Reservation,

Oklahoma, for military purposes. See footnotes on p. 192.

51.1 (a).:

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Executive order—Continued.

Modifying Executive order, Jan. 19,

1905, reserving lands for the Camp Keithley Military Reser

vation. Transferring certain lands at Sitka,

Alaska, from the Navy Depart-
ment to the War Department for
use of the Signal Corps, U. S.

Army.
Reserving lands in Alaska for use of

Signal Corps, U. S. Army, as a

telegraph station. Reserving land to extend the limits

of Camp Stotsenburg, Luzon,

Philippine Islands.
Adding to the military reservation

of Fort Gibbon, Alaska, certain

lands located at Tanana, Alaska. Reserving land at Circle, Alaska, for

a wireless telegraph station for

use of the U. S. Army. Modifying E. 0. 324 C, May 17,

1905, setting aside lands for the
military reservation of Malate

Barracks.
Setting aside for observation sta-

tions certain lands on the Island

of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii. Enlarging the military reservation

at Camp Overton, Mindanao,

Philippine Islands.
Transferring part of the U.S. Naval

Reservation in the Territory of
Hawaii to the control of the Secre-
tary of War and establishing pro-
tection for submarine mine de-

fenses. Setting aside land in Nome, Alaska,

for use of the Signal Corps, U. S.

Army for a telegraph station. Enlarging the military reservation

at Parang, Mindanao, Philippine

Islands.
Modifying Executive order, Dec. 1,

1898, Executive order, Nov. 21,
1902, and Executive order, 375 B,
Nov. 27, 1905, so as to reserve
certain lands in Alaska for mili-

tary purposes. Reserving lands at Sparta, Wiscon

sin, for military purposes. Reserving lands in Wyoming_for

use as a target range at Fort

D. A. Russell.
See footnotes on p. 192.

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Executive order—Continued.

Modifying Executive order, May 4,

1908, setting aside the military
reservation of Hot Springs in the
Territory of Alaska and delegat-
ing authority over the territory
not included in the military reser-
vation to the Secretary of the

Interior.
Enlarging the Territory in Hawaii

assigned to the control of the
War Department by E.O. 1008,

Jan. 15, 1909.
Reserving certain lands for the use

of the National Guard of Arizona

as a target range. Modifying Executive order, Oct. 9,

1903, and reserving & tract of
land in the State of Wyoming as a
military reservation for target
purposes, the within reservation
to include the original “wood
reserve” of Fort D. A. Russell,

Wyoming.
Describing the limits of the military

reservation of Gasparilla Island,
Florida, and the military reserva-
tion of Boca Grande Island, Flor-

ida. Transferring certain lands in the

city of Cebu, Philippine Islands, from the control of the Navy Department to the control of the Secretary of War for military

purposes. Reserving for military purposes

certain lands for use of the Ari

zona National Guard. Reserving certain lands in New

Mexico as a rifle range by the

New Mexico National Guard. Reserving certain lands at Boise

Barracks, Idaho, for military

purposes. Setting aside land for military

purposes in Manila, Philippine

Islands.
Reserving lands as a target range

for use of the Arizona National

Guard.
Reserving lands at Valdez, Alaska,

for use of the United States mili-
tary, telegraph, and cable lines

in Alaska. Reserving lands in Idaho for use as

a rifle range by the Idaho Na

tional Guard. See footnotes on p. 192.

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