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Executive order—Continued.

Transferring a portion of the naval 2328 Feb. 25, 1916

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

States War Department.
Reserving certain oil shale lands in

Dec. 6, 1916
Colorado to be designated as Naval
Oil Shale Reserve No. 1, Colorado
No. 1, for the exclusive use of the

United States Navy.
Reserving certain oil shale lands in

Dec. 6, 1916
Utah to be designated as Naval
Oil Shale Reserve No. 2, Utah
No. 1, for exclusive use of the

United States Navy.
Withdrawing certain public lands in 2533 Feb. 20, 1917

Alaska for use of the United
States Navy Department.
Withdrawing certain public lands in 2537 Feb. 21, 1917

Alaska for use of the United
States Navy Department as a

naval radio station.
Reserving certain lands on Woody 2553 Mar. 21, 1917

Island, Alaska, for_use of the

United States Navy Department.
Interchanging certain lands at Port 2646 June 27, 1917

Angelus Harbor, Washington, be-
tween the United States Depart-

ments of Commerce and Navy.
Proclamation: Acquiring the Jamestown 1379 June 28, 1917

Exposition Site, Virginia, for naval

purposes.
Executive order: Taking possession of 2676A Aug. 1, 1917

North Island, San Diego Harbor,
California, for use of the United States

War and Navy Departments.
Proclamation:

Taking possession of certain lands 1458 June 10, 1918

in Maryland and Virginia for a

naval proving ground.
Taking possession of certain lands 1472 Aug. 7, 1918

in Rhode Island, New Jersey,
Pennsylvania, District of Colum-
bia, Maryland, and South Caro-

lina for naval purposes.
Taking immediate possession of cer- 1492 Nov. 2, 1918

tain lands in Virginia for navy

mine depot purposes. Taking possession of certain lands 1493 Nov. 4, 1918

in Illinois, Washington, and Vir

ginia for naval purposes. Taking possession of additional land 1494 Nov. 4, 1918

in Virginia for a naval proving

ground. See footnotes on p. 192.

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Executive order: Designating certain 2987 Nov. 4, 1918

lands in the Canal Zone for a naval air station to be known as Guarapo Naval Air Station under jurisdiction of the United States Navy Depart

ment. Proclamation:

Taking possession of land at Cape 1504 Dec. 2, 1918

May, N. J., for a naval air station.
Acquiring additional land in Mary- 1514 Mar. 4, 1919

land for a naval proving ground.
Executive order:
Releasing certain described lands

June 12, 1919
formerly included in Naval Oil
Shale Reserve No. 1, Colorado

No. 1, to public entry.
Reserving certain lands at Seward, 3149 Aug. 16, 1919

Alaska, for use of the United

States Navy Department.
Reserving certain lands at the head 3151 Aug. 16, 1919

of Passage Canal, Alaska, for use
of the United States Navy De-
partment.
Transferring certain property of the 3179 Nov. 25, 1919

United States Shipping Board
Emergency Fleet Corporation to
the United States Navy Depart-

ment.
Setting aside certain lands in the 3237 Mar. 1, 1920

Canal Zone for a naval radio

station.
Setting aside certain lands in the 3257 Apr. 9, 1920

Canal Zone described as Fort
Randolph Reservation and
France Field Reservation for
military purposes and Coco Solo

Reservation for naval purposes.
Transferring certain lands and 3296 June 29, 1920

buildings in Maryland, West
Virginia, and Washington from
the United States Housing Cor-
poration to the jurisdiction of
the United States Navy Depart-

ment.
Reserving certain lands along the 3797A Feb. 27, 1923

Arctic coast of Alaska for pur-
poses of classification and devel-

opment of oil and gas deposits.
Excluding from Naval Petroleum 3862 June 11, 1923

Reserve No. 2, California, all
lands except those containing oil
and gas deposius, and reserving

the same for townsite purposes.
Reserving a tract of land in Alaska 4025 June 12, 1924

for use as a military and naval
cemetery to be known as Sitka

National Cemetery.
See footnotes on p. 192.

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Executive order—Continued.

Reserving certain lands near Key

West, Florida, for use of the
United States Navy Depart-

ment.
Reserving certain lands in Colorado

for the development of Naval Oil
Shale Reserve No. 1, Colorado

No. 1.
Modifying Executive order, Dec.

6, 1916, to include certain addi-
tional described lands in Utah in
Naval Oil Shale Reserve No. 2,

Utah No. 1.
Excluding from Naval Petroleum

Reserve No. 2, California, all
lands except those containing oil
and gas deposits, and reserving

the same for townsite purposes. Reserving certain lands in Alaska

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

tional Cemetery. Designating certain lands in Nevada

for the use of the United States Navy Department as an ammu

nition department. Revoking E.O. 3474, May 31, 1921,

committing certain oil and gas bearing lands to the Secretary of

the Interior. Placing certain lands at Hampton

Roads, Virginia, no longer needed for military purposes, under the jurisdiction of the Navy Depart

ment for coal storage. Correcting the land description in

E.O. 4671, June 20, 1927. Amending E.O. 4716, Sept. 12, 1927,

to more certainly describe the land set aside at Norfolk, Vir

ginia. Designating certain named islands

in the Philippines as naval reser-
vations subject to the jurisdic-
tion of the United States Navy

Department.
Designating certain lands in the

Canal Zone for a naval reserva-
tion to be known as Colon Naval
Radio Station under jurisdiction
of the United States Navy

Department.
Reserving certain public lands in

Alaska for use of the United

States Navy Department.
See footnotes on p. 192.

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Executive order—Continued.
Setting apart airspace reservations 5281 Feb. 17, 1930

certain harbors as pro-
hibited areas for civil aircraft
subject to special permission for
their use from the United States
Navy Department.
Withdrawing certain public lands 5364 June 5, 1930

on Unalaska Island, Alaska, for
use of the United States Navy

Department.
Amending E.O. 5243, Dec. 19, 1929, 5457 Oct.

1, 1930
so as to exclude certain lands in
Alaska and to return same to the

public domain.
Placing certain lands in the Virgin 5602 Apr. 20, 1931

Islands under the jurisdiction of

the Department of the Interior.
Enlarging the territory at Bishop's 5613 Apr. 28, 1931

Point Military Reservation, Ter

ritory of Hawaii.
Withdrawing public lands in Ne- 5664 July 2, 1931

vada for use as a naval and am

munition depot.
Describing the extent and limits of 5692 Aug. 24, 1931

the Aiea Military Reservation in

the Territory of Hawaii. Proclamation: Describing a tract of 1970 Sept. 15, 1931

land at San Geronimo Reservation, Puerto Rico, assigned to the use of

the United States Navy Department. Executive order:

Withdrawing public lands in Ne- 5828 Mar. 30, 1932

vada for use as a naval and am

munition depot.
Transferring certain lands opposite 5849 May 19, 1932

Balboa, Canal Zone to the juris-
diction of the United States Navy

Department.
Withdrawing certain lands in Wy- 5904 Aug. 18, 1932

oming for use of the United

States Navy Department.
Transferring certain lands off the 6009 Jan. 31, 1933

southern coast of California to
the jurisdiction of the United

States Navy Department.
Transferring control of certain 6072 Mar. 8, 1933

buildings at Cristobal to the

United States Navy Department.
Restoring drill sites in Naval Petro- 6444 Nov. 25, 1933

leum Reserve No. 2, California,
to the jurisdiction of the United

States Navy Department.
Transferring certain lands off the 6896 Nov. 7, 1934

southern coast of California to the
jurisdiction of the United States

Navy Department.
See footnotes on p. 192.

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Executive order-Continued.

Transferring the control of certain

lands off the coast of Southern California to the jurisdiction of the United States Navy Depart

ment. Placing Wake Island, Kingman

Reef, and Johnston and Sand Islands in the Pacific Ocean under the control and jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Navy for administrative purposes subject to the use by the Department of Agriculture of Johnston and Sand Islands as provided by E.O. 4467, June 29, 1926. Withdrawing public lands in Ne

vada for use as a naval and ammunition depot to be known as the Hawthorne Ammunition De

pot. Establishing airspace reservation

over certain military and naval

reservations in the states named. Interchanging certain property in

California, Hawaji, and the Dis-
trict of Columbia between the
United States War and Navy

Departments.
Placing Kure (Ocean) Island, Hawaii,

under the jurisdiction of the

United States Navy Department. Transferring certain lands in the

Virgin Islands to the jurisdiction

of the Navy Department. Transferring certain lands in Mas

sachusetts to the jurisdiction of the United States Navy Depart

ment. Reserving certain lands for a naval

station at Balboa, Canal Zone. Reserving lands for a naval radio

station at Summit, Canal Zone, under jurisdiction of the United

States Navy Department. Transferring certain lands in Cali

fornia to the jurisdiction of the

United States Navy Department. Transferring certain lands in Cali

fornia to the control and juris-
diction of the United States

Navy Department.
Amending E.O. 7302, Feb. 21, 1936,

to except certain lands in the
Virgin Islands transferred therein
to the jurisdiction of the United

States Navy Department.
See footnotes on p. 192.

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