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Executive order—Continued.

Documents required of bona fide

alien seamen entering the United

States.
Documents required of aliens enter-

ing the United States. Documents required of bona fide

alien seamen entering the United

States.
Reserving certain sections of land

in the vicinity of Winnebago,

Wisconsin, for military purposes. Setting aside lands in the vicinity

of Barrancas, Pensacola Bay,

Florida, for naval purposes, Setting aside public lands in Florida

for military purposes. Setting aside lands for military

purposes to be designated as Fort

Morgan Military Reservation.
Transferring a portion of the land

at Pensacola, Florida, reserved
for naval purposes from the con-
trol of the Navy Department to
the War Department for the

erection of fortifications.
Setting aside lands at Pensacola,

Florida, within boundary lines as
agreed upon by the War Depart-

ment and the Navy Department. Setting aside certain lands in the

Bay of San Francisco, California,
and on the shore of the Bay of

San Pueblo for public purposes,
Reducing the reservation set aside

by Executive order, Nov. 6, 1850,
so as to include only tracts men-

tioned, two in number.
Reserving certain lands between

San Diego Harbor and the Pacific

Ocean for military purposes. Setting aside land opposite Fort

Snelling, Minnesota, for military

purposes.
Revoking Executive order, May 25,

1853, setting aside certain lands
opposite Fort Snelling for military
purposes, and substituting for
the description therein another
approved by direction of the

War Department.
Setting aside the land for the United

States Military Reservation at

Fort Leavenworth.
Setting aside lands in Kansas for

use of the military post of Fort

Riley.
See footnotes on p. 192.

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Executive order—Continued.

Reserving a tract of land at Camp

Scott, Utah, for military pur

poses. Reserving the island of Los Angelos

in the bay of San Francisco for

military purposes. Setting aside land at Benicia, Cali

fornia, for a military reservation. Reserving for military. purposes

certain lands at Benicia, Cali

fornia.
Setting aside Sand Island in the

entrance to Columbia River,
Oregon, for a military reserva-

tion.
Setting aside 25 named tracts of

land in and around Washington
Harbor in Washington for mili-

tary purposes.
Excepting Yerba Buena from the

relinquishment of land to the city
of San Francisco and setting
aside said island for military

purposes.
Reserving land at Monterey, Cali-

fornia, for military purposes_as
described in field notes of En-

gineers' Corps in 1847.
Setting aside a tract of land for a

military reservation at Camp

Douglas, Utah.
Setting aside certain lands for

reservations at Forts Laramie,
Fetterman, D. A. Russell, and
Fred Steele, Wyoming Territory,
Fort Sedgwick, Colorado Ter-
ritory, and the enlargement of
the reservation at Fort Sanders,
Wyoming Territory, for military

purposes.
Reserving certain lands at Fort

Gibson, Cherokee Nation, for

military purposes. Describing the limits and extent of

Fort Wingate, New Mexico.
Reserving a portion of Fort Smith,

Arkansas, and restoring same to
the War Department to be con-

tinued as a national cemetery. Describing the extent and limits

Fort Sill, Indian Territory, Okla-
homa, which is set aside for

military purposes.
Setting aside lands at Fort Boise,

Idaho Territory, for military

purposes. See footnotes on p. 192.

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Executive order-Continued.

Setting aside a tract of land within

the military reservation of Fort
McPherson, Nebraska,

national cemetery.
Reserving public lands for the pur-

pose of protecting the national

cemetery at Fort Smith, ArkanSetting aside the posts of Camps

Robinson and Sheridan, Nebras

ka, as military reservations. Reserving certain lands in Montana

as a military reservation for site

of a post.
Confirming the action taken in

setting aside the military reserva-
tion at Fort Vancouver, Wash-

ington.
Enlarging the military reservation

at Fort Missoula by the addition

of the lands described.
Reserving certain lands near Butler

Creek, Dakota Territory, for a
military reservation to be known

as Fort Meade.
Setting aside certain lands as a

timber reservation at Fort Mis

soula, Montana Territory. Adding to the military reservation

of Fort Robinson by extending

the boundaries as indicated. Reserving lands in Nebraska as a

military wood and timber reser-
vation for the use of Fort Robin-

son, Nebraska.
Extending the limits of Fort Win-

gate, New Mexico, by the addi-
tion of certain described timber

lands.
Setting aside certain lands in Da-

kota Territory as a wood and
timber reservation for Fort

Meade.
Setting aside public lands for the

post of Camp Huachuca, Arizona

Territory, for military purposes. Setting aside described lands in the

State of Florida for military pur

poses as sites for coast defenses. Enlarging the territory in the mili

tary reservation of Camp Hua

chuca in the Territory of Arizona. Reserving a portion of land within

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July 17, 1883

the Arrapahoe Indian Reserva-
tion as a military reservation for

the post of Fort Reno. See footnotes on p. 192.

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Executive order-Continued.

Modifying Executive order, Dec.

18, 1878, and describing the
extent and boundary of the
military_reservation of Fort

Meade, Dakota Territory.
Reserving described tracts of land

within the limits of the Crow Indian Reservation, Montana Territory, for military purposes in connection with Fort Custer. Placing the territory formerly set

aside as Fort McPherson, Ne-
braska, with the exception of the
national cemetery located there-
in under the control of the
Secretary of the Interior, the
same being useless for military

purposes.
Setting aside lands near Denver,

Colorado, for the establishment of a post to be used for military purposes. Modifying Executive order, May

11, 1844, to include the bound

aries described. Extending

the military reservation
of Fort Pickens, Florida, so as to
include the whole of Santa Rosa

Island.
Setting aside a tract of land adjoin-

ing San Pedro Bay in California

as a military reservation. Enlarging the Fort Meade Military

Reservation in South Dakota by
the addition of certain timber

lands.
Reserving a portion of land within

the site of Fort Gibson for a

national cemetery. Setting aside certain land at Bayou

Grande, Florida, for military

purposes.
Setting aside lands for a rifle range
and other military purposes in
connection with the post at Fort

Brady, Michigan.
Revoking Executive order, Apr. 1,

1895, and reserving certain lands
as a military reservation for the
post of Fort Townsend, Wash-

ington.
Adding to the land permanently
reserved for military purposes in
connection with the post of Fort

Douglas, Utah.
See footnotes on p. 192.

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Executive order-Continued.

Placing a portion of Fort Robinson,

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

military purposes.
Setting aside certain lands at Mar-

rowstone Point, Admiralty Inlet,
Washington, for military pur-

poses.
Adding to the military reservation

at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
Placing under the control of the

Secretary of the Interior, a por-
tion of land reserved for military
purposes by Executive order,
Feb. 9, 1842, the same having
become useless for military pur-

poses.
Reserving certain lands in Florida

for the military and naval defense

of St. Andrews Bay. Reserving certain lands near Pen

sacola, Florida, for military pur

poses.
Setting aside land at St. Michael

Island, Alaska, as a military
reservation to be known as Fort

St. Michael.
Reserving a tract on Yerba Buena

Island, San Francisco Harbor,

for a naval training station. Setting aside certain lands in Iron

County, Missouri, as a target
range for use of troops at Jeffer-

son Barracks, Missouri.
Setting aside certain lands in the

State of Wyoming for a military

reservation. Setting aside two tracts of land

near Dyea, Alaska, for military purposes. Modifying Executive order, Apr.

12, 1898, defining boundary lines

as described.
Setting aside certain lands in

Pacific County, Washington, as a
military reservation in connec-
tion with the existing reservation

at Chinook Point.
Setting aside certain_lands near

Bismarck, North Dakota, for

military purposes.
Setting aside lands in the Tannana-

Yukon River section, District of
Alaska, for a military reservation

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for the post of Fort Gibbon.
See footnotes on p. 192.

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