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1966 PROCLAMATIONS, 1924.

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A PROCLAMATION M*°“"° N•“°°•‘ Whereas, ita ears that the public ood will be romotedb add' r°1>i;hii»i4ii[ u` certain lands inpNew Mexico tg the l&anzano Naltional Foreglt; mg $:¤;:*°¤?;*5 Now, therefore, I, CALVIN COOLIDGE, President of the United ‘ '°‘ States of America, bylivirtue of the power in me vested by the act of E Congress approved - arch third, eighteen hundred and ninety-one (26 tat., 1095), entitled, "An Act To repeal timber-culture laws, V<>*·3°·P·°°- and for other purposes", and also by the act of Congress approved June fourth, eighteen and ninety-seven (_30_ Stat., 11 at 34 36), entitled, ‘ An Act Makingl atpspropr1ations_ for sundry civil eapenscs of the Government for the cal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, and for other purposes", do proclaim that the boundaries of the Manzano National Forest are ereby changled to include the areas indicated as additions upon the diagram ereto annexed and forming a part hereof. ,,,,1E$&‘?'·"“· °°°· The withdrawal made by this proclamation shall, as to all lands which are at this date legally appropriated under the dpublic land laws, or embraced in a proper application to enter un er the rovisions of the stock raising homestead law, or reserved for any pulblic purpose, be subject to, and shall not interfere with or defeat legal rights under such appropriation, nor prevent the des` ation of the lands embraced m such application and allowance tigzlreof, nor the use for such public purpose of lands so reserved, so long as such claims are 1 all maintained or such reservation remains in force. IN WITNBESSYWHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be aiiixed. Done at the City of Washington this 29th day of August, in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and twenty-four, and [sEAL] of the Independence of the United States of America the one hundred and forty-ninth. C COO ALVIN LIDGE By the President: Cnanms E. Huorms Secretary of State. Au¢ust¤,19x. BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. A PROCLAMATION. Dsvm ww 1¤d¤·¤ WHEREAS the act of Congress authorizing the dis osal of lands B°’r::¤i¤ii>i•li’N'D°k` within the former Devils Lake Indian Reservation, Nbrth Dakota, approved April 27, 1904 (33 Stat., 319), among other things provides; gmmy wh n in the 'ud ent of the President no more of the land herein ceded iéa 33 mmmw caglgztiiispgsed of atl aazsdnprice, he may by proclamation, to be repeated at his ‘ *l’· °1°· discretion, sell from time to time the remaining lands subject to the provisions of the homestead law or otherwise as he may deem most advantageous, at such price or prices, in such manner, upon such conditions, with such restrictions, and upon such terms as he may deem best for all interests concerned: AND WHEREAS in my judgment no more of the land can_be disposed of at said price, and it being believed that the remaining