Executive Order 512

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The military reservation at Fort San Pedro, in the neighborhood of Iloilo, Panay, Philippine Islands, as reserved by Executive Order of October 10, 1903 (G. O., No. 43, War Department, October 27, 1903), and modified by Executive Order of September 18, 1905 (G. O., No. 161, War Department, September 30, 1905), is further modified so as to exclude therefrom the parcel of land reserved for light-house purposes by order of the Civil Governor of the Philippine Islands, dated July 28, 1903 (Executive Order, No. 60, Manila, July 28, 1903), and erroneously included therein, viz:

The reservation for Iloilo port light, entrance to Iloilo River, Island of Panay, Province of Iloilo, described as an area on the right bank of the Iloilo River at its junction with the sea surrounding the present lighthouse structures and inclosed by metes and bounds as follows:

Beginning at a point on the shore line of Iloilo Strait thirty-one meters southward from a point on said shore line opposite the center of the present light; thence westerly on a line parallel to the longer side of the light-keeper's dwelling thirty-six meters; thence northerly on a line parallel to the shorter side of the light-keeper's dwelling forty-six meters; thence due east thirty meters, more or less, to the shore line; thence along said shore line to the point of beginning.

Signature of Theodore Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt.

The White House, October 3, 1906.

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