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51.1 (a).

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Executive orderContinued.

Restoring certain property at 4143 Jan, 28, 1925

Keaahala Military Reservation
to the Territory of Hawaii for use

as a roadway.
Reserving certain lands in New 4146 Feb. 2, 1925

Mexico for use of the War De-
partment for an airplane landing

field.
Withdrawing public lands in Idaho 4149 Feb. 6, 1925

for use as a rifle range for the

Idaho National Guard.
Restoring to the Territory of Hawaii 4179A Mar. 20, 1925

a portion of the Sugar Loaf Mili

tary Reservation.
Reserving certain lands in Alaska 4237 June 1, 1925

for cemetery purposes, the same
to be known as the Sitka

National Cemetery.
Establishing a portion of the Fort 4243 June 5, 1925

Brady Target Range Military
Reservation in Michigan as a

national forest.
Restoring certain property, the 4274 | July 25, 1925

same being part of the Military
Reservation Schofield Barracks
to the Territory of Hawaii as a

site for public school.
Transferring a portion of the Fort 4282 Aug. 11, 1925

Snelling Military Reservation to

the U. S. Veterans' Bureau.
Restoring to the control of the War 4283 Aug. 14, 1925

Department certain portions of
the United States Military Res-
ervation known as Camp Sher-

man in Ohio.
Reserving portions of land in New 4317 Oct. 2, 1925

Mexico for an airplane landing
field for use of the War

Department.
Correcting the description of land 4351 Dec. 2, 1925

restored to the Territory of
Hawaii by E.O. 4274, July 25,

1925.
Restoring to the Territory of 4455 June 5, 1926

Hawaii certain lands known as
the Hawaii Arsenal Military
Reservation for the purpose of
widening a public street and for

no other purpose.
Correcting the description of 4504 Sept. 4, 1926

certain lands set aside for military
purposes in E.O. 2564, Mar. 28,
1917, on the Island of Oahu,

Territory of Hawaii.
Setting aside certain lands for mili- 4545 Nov. 19, 1926

tary purposes to become a part of
the Fort Shafter Military Reser-

vation, Territory of Hawaii. See footnotes on p. 192.

51.1 (a).

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51.1 (a).

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51.1 (a).

Executive order-Continued.
Setting aside certain lands for mili- 4560 Jan.

5, 1927
tary purposes on the Island of

Luzon, Philippine Islands.
Setting aside certain lands for mili- 4635 Apr. 21, 1927

tary purposes in the Territory of

Hawaii.
Transferring the Fort Morgan Mili- 4655 May 24, 1927

tary Reservation in Alabama
from the War Department to the
Department of Commerce as a

lighthouse reservation.
Restoring to the use of the Terri- 4667 June 13, 1927

tory of Hawaii certain lands on
the Island of Oahu set aside for

military purposes.
Adding to the Fort Ruger Military 4679 June 29, 1927

Reservation certain described

lands in the Territory of Hawaii. Reserving certain lands in Idaho for 4682 July 4, 1927

use as rifle range by the Idaho

National Guard.
Transferring from the War Depart- 4739 Oct. 5, 1927
ment a portion of the Fort Bar-
rancas Military Reservation in
Florida to the Department of
Commerce for use as a light-

house reservation.
Withdrawing lands in Idaho for use 4753 Nov. 4, 1927

as a rifle range for the Idaho

National Guard.
Withdrawing public lands in Ari- 4786 Dec. 17, 1927

zona for use as a rifle range for

the Arizona National Guard. Reserving lands for military pur

4787 Dec. 19, 1927
poses on the Island of Luzon,

Philippine Islands.
Correcting E.O. 2565, Mar. 28, 4802 Feb. 2, 1928

1917, setting aside a portion of
land at Waimanalo for military
purposes.
Reserving Bruja Point Military 4947 Aug. 11, 1928

Reservation in the Canal Zone
for military purposes subject to
the civil control and jurisdiction

of the Panama Canal.
Reserving certain public lands in 4962 Sept. 17, 1928

Wyoming as a ride range for the

Wyoming National Guard.
Reserving a portion of land in New 4987 Nov. 2, 1928

York for military purposes in con-
nection with the Fort Tilden
Military Reservation.
Do.

5044 Feb. 16, 1929 Setting aside certain lands on the 5119 May 17, 1929

Island of Oahu in the Territory

of Hawaii for military purposes. See footnotes on p. 192.

51.1 (a).

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Executive order—Continued.

Setting aside certain lands on the

Island of Mindanao and on the
Island of Jolo, Philippine Islands,

for military purposes. Withdrawing certain lands from the

operation of E.O. 2978, Oct. 21, 1918, being a portion of Fort De Russy Military Reservation and setting

apart those lands for use of the Territory of Hawaii. Correcting the description of Pupu

kea Military Reservation in the Territory of Hawaii. Withdrawing certain lands in Colo

rado for use as a target range by the Colorado National Guard. Withdrawing certain lands in New

Mexico for use as a target range
by the New Mexico National

Guard.
Withdrawing certain lands in Colo-

rado for use as a target range by

the Colorado National Guard. Setting aside certain lands in La

mao, Philippine Islands, for mili

tary purposes. Setting aside certain lands in the

Canal Zone for a military reserva-
tion to be known as Cerro Tigre

Ordnance Depot.
Restoring a portion of Puolo Point

Military Reservation to the Ter

ritory of Hawaii. Restoring a portion of Upolu Point

Military Reservation to the Territory of Hawaii. Transferring land to the War De

partment for a radio station at Ketchikan, Alaska. Withdrawing public lands in Alaska

for use as a radio station for the Washington-Alaska Military Ca

ble and Telegraph System. Withdrawing public land for an ad

dition to the Benicia Arsenal

Military Reservation.
Describing the extent and limita-

tion of Fort Armstrong Military
Reservation in the Territory of

Hawaii.
Restoring to the government of the

Philippine Islands a part of the
military reservation at Augur

Barracks.
Withdrawing certain lands in Ida-

ho for a target range for use of

the Idaho National Guard. See footnotes on p. 192.

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4, 1930

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51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

Executive order—Continued.

Restoring to the government of the 5521 Dec. 26, 1930

Territory of Hawaii portions of
the military reservation of Fort

Shafter and Hawaii Arsenal.
Restoring a portion of Upolu Air- 5528 Jan.

7, 1931
plane Landing Field to the Terri-

tory of Hawaii.
Transferring certain lands in Wyo- 5592 Apr. 3, 1931

ming to the War Department for

military purposes.
Correcting a description of land in 5607 Apr. 22, 1931

E.O. 5132, June 6, 1929, restor-
ing certain portions of Fort
Shafter Military Reservation and
the Hawaii Arsenal Military
Reservation to the Territory of

Hawaii.
Enlarging the territory at Bishop's 5613 Apr. 28, 1931

Point Military Reservation, Ter

ritory of Hawaii. Restoring to the Territory of Ha- 5637 June 4, 1931

waii a part of the Keaahala Military Reservation. Withdrawing certain lands in Wyo- | 5668 July 6, 1931

ming for a target range for the

Wyoming National Guard.
Reserving certain public lands in 5690

Aug. 20, 1931
Luzon, Philippine Islands, for
public purposes by reason of the

chromite deposits thereon.
Describing the extent and limits of 5692 Aug. 24, 1931

the Ajea Military Reservation in

the Territory of Hawaii. Describing the Punchbowl Hill Mil- 5693 Aug. 24, 1931

itary Reservation in the Terri

tory of Hawaii.
Restoring to the Territory of Ha- 5715 Sept. 16, 1931

waii all that portion of Barracks
Lot not heretofore restored to the

Territory of Hawaii.
Reserving certain lands and ease- 5736 Oct. 20, 1931

ments over adjacent lands in
Manila Harbor, Philippine Is-

lands, for military purposes.
Declaring certain portions of land 5771 Jan. 4, 1932

available for a road right-of-way
at Schofield Barracks Military
Reservation, Territory of Hawaii.
Withdrawing certain public lands in 5827 Mar. 28, 1932

California for use by the War
Department for military pur-

poses.
Assuming control for military pur- 5850 May 25, 1932

poses of the municipal aviation

field at Tucson, Arizona. See footnotes on p. 192.

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Executive order-Cuntinued.

Restoring to the Territory of Ha

waii certain lands at Round Top Military Reservation formerly set

aside for military purposes. Defining the extent and limits of

the military reservation of Fort Randolph and France Field in

the Canal Zone. Revoking Executive order, Mar. 28,

1898, and Executive order, May 20, 1922, reserving certain lands in Alaska for use of the Department of Agriculture and reserving a portion of said lands for use of the War Department as a radio station and a portion for the

Alaska Game Commission.
Reserving a portion of the Tongass

National Forest for use of the
War Department as a radio sta-

tion at Juneau, Alaska. Transferring the control of certain

lands in Alaska to the control of the Secretary of War for a cable

and telegraph system. Reserving certain lands in Alaska

for use of the War Department
for a radio station at Point

Barrow.
Transferring certain lands at Army

supply base, Charleston, South
Carolina, from the U. S. Shipping

Board to the War Department. Withdrawing certain lands in Ari

zona for use as a target range by

the Arizona National Guard. Amending E.0.6166, June 10, 1933,

relative to organization of execu

tive agencies. Reserving certain lands in Alaska

for use by the WashingtonAlaska Military Cable and Tele

graph System. Correcting the description of the

boundaries of Fort Ruger Mili-
tary Reservation, Territory of

Hawaii.
Restoring to the Territory of

Hawaii a part of the Fort Ruger

Military Reservation.
Restoring to the Territory of

Hawaii a part of the Schofield

Barracks Military Reservation. Interdepartmental transfer of lands

on Sand and Quarantine Islands,
Territory of Hawaii, between the
War, Treasury, and Commerce

Departments.
See footnotes on p. 192.

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