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Executive order—Continued.

Placing certain lands formerly re

served for military purposes at Valdez, Alaska, under control of

Secretary of the Interior. Enlarging the Territory in Hawaii

assigned to the control of the War Department by E.O. 1008, Jan. 15, 1909, and E.O. 1175, Mar. 12,

1910. Reserving certain lands in New

Mexico for a target range for

Fort Bliss, Texas.
Restoring certain lands known as

the Barracks Lot Military Reser-
vation to the Territory of Hawaii

for use as an armory site. Reserving certain lands in New

Mexico for military purposes formerly set aside as a portion of

Lincoln National Forest. Enlarging the Territory in Hawaii

assigned to the control of the War
Department by E.O. 1008, Jan.
15, 1909, Executive order, Mar.
12, 1910, and Executive order,

May 26, 1911.
Enlarging the military reservation

at Camp Overton, Mindanao,

Philippine Islands.
Enlarging the territory included in

Camp John Hay Military
Reservation.
Reserving lands as a rifle range for

use of the Arizona National

Guard.
Enlarging the military reservation

at Jolo, Jolo, Philippine Islands. Enlarging the Camp Downes Mili

tary Reservation. Proclamation: Setting aside the Cabrillo

National Monument, California. Executive order:

Enlarging the territory included in

the Camp John Hay Military

Reservation.
Reserving lands in Utah as a target

range for the National Guard of

Utah.
Reserving certain public lands for

use as a military reservation for
the Signal Corps of the U. S.
Army in operating telegraph

lines. Setting aside certain lands in the

Territory of Hawaii for military

purposes. See footnotes on p. 192.

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Executi order-Continued.

Reserving certain lands for a rifle

range for use of the Arizona Na-
tional Guard.

Do.--
Restoring to the public domain a

portion of land reserved for use of

the National Guard of Utah. Reserving lands for military pur

poses at Coos Bay, Oregon. Reserving for military purposes

land in the Philippine Islands to be known as the Corral, Pettit

Barracks Military Reservation. Reserving certain lands in New

Mexico as an addition to the

target range for Fort Bliss, Texas. Setting aside a military reservation

at Huntsville Meridian, Alabama. Enlarging the Camp Eldridge Mili

tary Reservation on the Island of

Luzon, Philippine Islands. Transferring lands in the Territory

of Hawaii placed under the control of the Navy Department by proclamations of Nov. 2, 1898, and Nov. 10, 1899, to the control

of the War Department. Transferring a portion of the naval

reservation at Point Loma, San Diego, California, to the United

States War Department. Restoring to the Territory of

Hawaii certain lands reserved by Executive order, Dec. 19, 1899, and setting aside certain additional lands for a military reser

vation. Transferring control of the military

reservation at Fort Brown, Texas, from the Secretary of the Interior to the War Department

for military purposes. Reserving lands for military pur

poses at Momungan, Philippine

Islands.
Restoring to the Territory of

Hawaii certain property set aside
for military purposes by E.O.

2323, Feb. 21, 1916. Reserving certain lands in New

Mexico for military purposes. Correcting the description of lands

erroneously included in Executive order, July 20, 1899, and restoring said lands to the Territory

of Hawaii. See footnotes on p. 192.

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Executive order—Continued.

Transferring the military reserva

tion of Fort Ringgold, Texas, from the control of the Secretary of the Interior to the War De

partment for military purposes. Reserving certain lands in New

Mexico for use as a target range

by United States troops. Transferring & portion of land

formerly included in the military reservation of Fort Brown, Texas from the Department of Agriculture to the War Department

for military purposes. Reserving lands in New Mexico for

use as a rifle range by the First

New Mexico Infantry. Proclamation:

Condemning certain lands in

Maryland for use by the War
Department as an Army ord-

nance proving ground.
Ordering the immediate possession

of certain described lands in Maryland for an Army ordnance proving ground and superseding the proclamation issued on Oct.

16, 1917. Executive order:

Describing the extent and limits

of the military reservation of Schofield Barracks, Island of

Oahu, Territory of Hawaii. Adding to the military reservation

situated in the city of Manila, Philippine Islands, and restoring certain lands to the control of the government of said islands. Withdrawing certain lands on the

Island of Oahu, Territory of

Hawaii, for military purposes. Setting aside certain lands in the

Territory of Hawaii for military purposes. Withdrawing certain lands in

Alaska for use of War Department as a Signal corps radio

station. Reserving certain lands at Peters

burg Townsite, Alaska, for use of the War Department for a Signal

Corps cable line. Proclamation:

Ordering the immediate possession

of additional land in Maryland
for the Army ordnance proving

ground.
See footnotes on p. 192.

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Executive order:

Reserving certain lands on the edge 3067

of the Fort De Russy Military
Reservation in the Territory of

Hawaii for military purposes.
Restoring to the Territory of 3070

Hawaii a portion of the land set
aside for military purposes by

E.O. 2900, July 2, 1918.
Restoring to the territory of Hawaii 3080

certain land set aside by E.O.
2521, Jan. 26, 1917, within the

Hawaii Arsenal Reservation.
Transferring certain lands within 3130

the military reservation of Fort
Amador and Fort Grant in the
Canal Zone from the control of
the Secretary of the Navy to the

control of the War Department. Correcting the description of the 3171

Fort Shafter Military Reserva-
tion, Territory of Hawaii, as

given in E.O. 2521, Jan. 26, 1917. Reserving certain lands on the 3197

Island of Luzon, Philippine
Islands, for military pur-

poses.
Reserving certain lands in the 3198

Territory of Alaska, for military

purposes.
Restoring the military reservation 3300

known as Mayaguez Hospital,
Mayaguez, Porto Rico, to the
people of Porto Rico for school

purposes.
Setting aside certain lands in 3322

the Canal Zone as a military
reservation

be known as Pai-
tilla Point Military Reservation.
Adding to the military reservation 3344

situated in the city of Manila,
Philippine Islands, and restoring
certain lands to the control of the

government of said island.
Adding to the lands set aside as the 3352

Fort Sherman Military Reserve-
tion, Canal Zone, for the pro-
tection of the Panama Canal and

for military purposes.
Setting aside certain lands on Sand 3358

and Quarantine Islands, Oahu,
Territory of Hawaii, for military

purposes.
Declaring certain lands in Alaska 3473

to be a military reservation for
use of the Signal Corps., U. S.
Army, for maintenance of tele-

graph communication. See footnotes on p. 192.

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10 CFR

51.1 (a).'

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

as

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a)."

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

Executive order—Continued.

Adding to the military reservation 3500 June 20, 1921

situated in the city of Manila,

Philippine Islands.
Restoring to the War Department 3633 Feb. 7, 1922

certain property assigned to the
Veterans' Bureau by Ē. 0. 3558,

Oct. 11, 1921.
Withdrawing certain lands in Idaho 3684

May 25, 1922
for use a rifle range by

the Idaho National Guard.
Restoring that portion of the mili- 3806 Mar. 5, 1923

tary reservation of Henry Bar-
racks known as Magazine Hill to

the people of Porto Rico.
Restoring to the War Department 3884 July 27, 1923

certain lands assigned to the
Veterans' Bureau in connection
with the use by the War Depart-
ment of Jefferson Barracks Mili-
tary Reservation in the State of

Missouri.
Setting aside certain lands in the 3885 July 27, 1923

Territory of Hawaii for military

purposes.
Transferring a portion of the Army 3920 Nov. 3, 1923

supply base at Charleston, South
Carolina, from the control of the
War Department to the control

of the U. S. Shipping Board.
Correcting the description of terri- 4047 July 8, 1924

tory set aside at Fort Amador to
remove any conflict with the de-
scription of the Balboa radio
station reservation and setting
aside for the purposes of a naval
reservation certain areas under
the civil jurisdiction of the

Canal Zone authorities.
Restoring certain lands in Craig, 4051 July 18, 1924

Alaska, withdrawn for military
purposes to the control of the

Secretary of the Interior.
Restoring to the government of the 4077 Sept. 23, 1924

Philippine Islands a portion of
military reservation of Augur
Barracks on the Island of Jolo,

Philippine Islands.
Enlarging the Mariveles Military 4112 Dec. 16, 1924

Reservation, Island of Luzon,
Philippine Islands.
Placing under the control of the 4131 Jan. 22, 1925

Secretary of the Interior all
lands reserved for military pur-
poses by Executive orders listed,
the same having beoome useless

for military purposes. See footnotes on p. 192.

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

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