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Executive order—Continued.

Reserving certain lands in Cali

fornia for use of the War Department as a bombing and gunnery

range. Reserving certain lands in Anchor

age, Alaska, for use of the War

Department.
Reserving certain lands in Washing-

ton known as “Short Island" for
use of the War Department for

military purposes. Restoring to the Territory of

Hawaii a tract of land for road
purposes formerly set aside for a
military reservation by E.O. 2566,

Mar. 28, 1917.
Correcting the description of cer-

tain lands set aside by E.O. 3207,
Dec. 30, 1919, and known as the
Corundu Military Reservation,

Canal Zone.
Reserving certain lands in Alaska

for use of the War Department
and revoking E.O. 6626, May 5,
1934, insofar as it pertains to
à certain portion of Anchorage
Townsite in the Territory of

Alaska.
Reserving certain lands in Idaho

for use as a target range by the

War Department.
Correcting the description and de-

fining the limits and extent of the Waianae-Kai Military Reserva

tion, Territory of Hawaii. Transferring certain tracts in the

former Forts Davis, Egbert, Gibbon, and St. Michael Military Reservations in Alaska to the control of the Secretary of the Interior, the same having become

useless for military purposes. Setting aside certain land in Alaska

for use as a radio station by the

War Department..
Interchanging certain property in

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

Departments.
Transferring to the control of the

Treasury Department & portion
of the Mayaguez Barracks Mili-
tary Reservation at Mayaguez,

Porto Rico.
See footnotes on p. 192.

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10 CFR

51.1 (a).

7407 July 6, 1936

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

Executive order—Continued.

Transferring to the War Depart 7381 | June 3, 1936
ment possession and control of
certain land at Army supply base,

Charleston, South Carolina.
Setting apart certain lands in the

Canal Zone as a military reserva-
tion to be known as Quarry

Heights Military Reservation.
Withdrawing certain lands for use 7442 Aug. 31, 1936

of the War Department for en-
largement of a target range for

the New Mexico National Guard.
Revoking E.O. 2242, Aug. 31, 1915, 7448 Sept. 12, 1936

and E.O. 3672, May 8, 1922, and
withdrawing public lands in
Alaska for use of the War Depart-
ment as a radio receiving station.
Reserving lands in Wyoming for | 7491 | Nov. 14, 1936

use of the War Department as a

target range.
Amending and correcting the de Dec. 3, 1936

scription of the boundaries of
Kuwaaohe Military Reservation,

Territory of Hawaii.
Withdrawal of public lands for en Dec. 16, 1936

largement of a target range for
use of the Arizona National

Guard.
Restoring lands to the Territory of 7576 | Mar. 15, 1937

Hawaii for road purposes and
reserving lands for military pur-
poses at Schofield Barracks Mili-

tary Reservation.
Restoring to the Territory of 7588 Mar. 27, 1937

Hawaii a portion of the Fort

Shafter Military Reservation.
Withdrawal of public lands in 7596 Mar. 31, 1937

Alaska for use of the War De

partment. Restoring to the Territory of 7658 July 15, 1937

Hawaii a portion of the Fort De

Russy Military Reservation.
Withdrawing public lands in Wash 7695 Aug. 23, 1937

ington for use of the War Depart-
ment for military purposes.
Withdrawing certain lands in Cali 7707 ) Sept. 11, 1937

fornia for use of the War Depart-
ment for military purposes.
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7740 Nov. 15, 1937
Correcting the description of land 7794 Jan. 20, 1938

contained in E.O. 6050, Feb. 27,
1933, setting aside territory near

Juneau, Alaska.
Transferring a portion of the Boise | 7798 Jan. 26, 1938

Barracks Military Reservation,
Idaho, to the control and juris-
diction of the Veterans' Admin-

istration.
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):

51.1 (a).1

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10 CFR

51.1 (a).

51.1 (a).

51.1 (b).

51.1 (b).

51.1 (b).

51.1 (b).

Executive order—Continued.

Setting aside certain lands in the 7806 Feb. 5, 1938

Canal Zone for the purposes of a
military reservation to be known
as Fort William D. Davis Mili-
tary Reservation, and correcting
description of lands in E.O. 6897,

Nov. 7, 1934.
Restoring to the Territory of 7893 May 21, 1938

Hawaii the land comprising the
Upolu Point Military Reserva-
tion for aeronautical purposes
and reserving land for military

purposes.
Assigning the military reservation 3558 Oct. 11 1921

at Camp Sherman in Ohio to the

Veterans' Bureau.
Establishing a portion of the Fort 4208 Apr. 20, 1925

Wingate Military Reservation in

New Mexico as a national forest.
Withdrawing land comprising Fort 4244 June 5, 1925

Meade Wood and Timber Mili-
tary Reservation, South Dakota,
and authorizing said land to be
known as Meade District of

Black Hills National Forest.
Establishing a portion of the Fort | 4245 June 5, 1925

D. A. Russell Target and Man-
euver Reservation in Wyoming

as a national forest.
Withdrawing certain land from 4247 June 5, 1925

Savanna Proving Ground Mili-
tary Reservation, Illinois, and
authorizing said land to be
known as Savanna National

Forest.
Establishing a portion of the Fort 4503 Sept. 2, 1926

Missoula Wood and Timber
Reservation in Montana as a

national forest.
Declaring the air space over the 5047 Feb. 18, 1929

Panama Canal Zone including
“the 3-mile limit” to be a military

air space reservation
Setting aside air space for national | 5211 Oct. 19, 1929

defense purposes over the Aber-
deen Proving Ground, portions of
the Fort Hoyle and the Edge-
wood Arsenal Military Reserva-
tions and certain other areas in

the State of Maryland.
Proclamation: Setting aside certain | 1938 | Feb. 12, 1931

lands in Michigan to be known as the
Marquette National Forest.
See footnotes on p. 192.

51.1 (b).

51.1 (b).

51.1 (b).

51.1 (b).

51.1 (b).

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Executive order:

Establishing airspace reservations | 7138 Aug. 12, 1935 10 CFR
over certain military and naval

51.1 (b).1
reservations subject to special
permission for their use from the
War Department or the Navy

Department.
Establishing the island of Tutuila

Feb. 19, 1900 | 14 CFR
of the Samoan group and certain

60.3 12
other islands into a naval station
to be known as the Tutuila Sta-
tion and to be under the com-
mand of the Navy.
Placing the public lands on the Mid- | 199A | Jan. 20, 1903

60.3 12
way Islands, Hawaiian group,
under the jurisdiction and control

of the Navy Department.
Reserving Johnston Island and 4467 June 29, 1926

Sand Island, in the Pacific Ocean
for the use of the Department of
Agriculture as a refuge and breed-

ing ground for native birds.
Setting aside air space for national 5211 Oct. 19, 1929

defense purposes over the Aber-
deen Proving Ground, portions
of the Fort Hoyle and the Edge-
wood Arsenal Military Reserva-
tions and certain other areas in

the State of Maryland.
Setting apart airspace reservations 5281 | Feb. 17, 1930 60.4

over certain harbors as prohibited
areas for civil aircraft subject to
special permission for their use
from the United States Navy

Department.
Placing Wake Island, Kingman 6935 | Dec. 29, 1934

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.
Proclamation: Establishing a national 2112 Jan. 4, 1935 60.3 4

monument at Fort Jefferson, Florida,
and revoking certain Executive orders
relating to the Dry Tortugas group of

islands for that purpose. Executive order:

Establishing airspace reservations | 7138 Aug.' 12, 1935 60.*

over certain military and naval
reservations subject to special
permission for their use from the
War Department or the Navy

Department.
See footnotes on p. 192.

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Executive order—Continued.

Authorizing the Surgeon General 3868 June 18, 1923

to make physical examinations
of applicants and employees at
the request of the Civil Service

Commission.
Providing for reinstatement of June 2, 1920

former Federal Employees in
order to receive benefits of retire
ment under certain conditions.
Do--------

June 2, 1920
Directing executive departments 7104 July 18, 1935

and other establishments of the
Government to cooperate with
Foreign-Trade Zones Board.
Do.----

7104 July 18, 1935
Changing the boundaries of customs

1916
collection districts of Oregon and

Washington.
Creating a port of entry at Winston 2366 Apr. 24, 1916

Salem, North Carolina.
Readjusting boundaries of customs 2702 Sept. 7, 1917

districts in the States of Texas

and New Mexico.
Abolishment of Los Angeles, Cali 3220 Feb. 2, 1920

fornia, as customs port of entry
and designation of two new dis-
tricts with ports at Los Angeles,
San Diego, Calexico, Campo, and

Tia Juana, California
Changing the boundaries of cus 3234 | Feb. 27, 1920

toms collection districts of Mary

land and Virginia.
Abolishing port of entry at Sulzer, 3321 Sept. 1, 1920

Alaska, and creating one at Craig,

Alaska.
Abolishing and establishing a cus 3390 Jan. 29, 1921

toms port of entry at Portland

Oregon.
Abolishing certain ports of entry in 3609 Jan. 9, 1922

Maine, Massachusetts, New
York, New Jersey, Florida,
Texas, California, Alaska, Mon-
tana, Minnesota, Michigan, Illi-
nois, and Nebraska, and estab-
lishing several in Maine and

Texas.
Creating a customs port of entry at 3751 | Nov. 3, 1922

Seward, Alaska.
Abolishment of San Diego, Cali- | 3779 | Jan. 26, 1923

fornia, as customs port of entry
and designation of Los Angeles,
San Diego, Calexico and Tia
Juana, California, under collec-

tion district No. 27.
Creating a customs port of entry at 3808 Mar. 28, 1923

Hyder, Alaska.
See footnotes on p. 192.

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