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make entry or filing of record has not expired: Provided, that this exception shall not continue to apply to any particular tract of land unless the entryman, settler or claimant continues to comply with the law under which the entry, tiling or settlement was made. `VVarning is hereby expressly given to all persons not to make settle- lnmi-ved nom set ment u n the lands reserved by this proclamation. themem IN lll(ITN ESS WVHEREOF, I have hereunto. set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be aiiixed. Done at the City of Washington this 2nd day of May, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and four and of the [SEAL]. Independence of the United States the one hundred and twenty-eighth. ' Tnmooonn Roosmvnrr By the President: Fnnrois B. Looms Acting Secretary of State. [No. 25.] BY THE Pnssrnnnr or THE Uxrrian STATES. May 2,1904. A PROCLAMATION. Whereas, under the provisions of the Reclamation Act approved rmmbie. June 17, 1902-31 Stat. , 388-the Secretary of the Interior, by Depart· V°1‘32* p' m' mental order dated November 17, 1902, withdrew from entry, except r<mh¤._ _1 _ under the homestead law, the following described tracts of land, among mIg’Z“$§§{·$g3 $*;,3} others, in the Hailey land district, Idaho: R°°1“”““i°“ “°‘· In towns/nj; nine south, range twent four east, Boise 1[erédian. The southeast quarter, the south hal/f of northeast quarter, the east half of southwest quarter, and the southeast quarter of northwest quarter, all in section one; The south half of southeast quarter, of section twenty; and The northeast quarter, the east half of northwest quarter, of section twenty nine. . bz tozvneftzip ten souttz, range twenty three east, B. JL The northeast quarter, the northwest quarter, the southwest quarter, and the west half of southeast quarter, of section fifteen; The southeast quarter of northeast quarter, and lots six and seven, of section sixteen, and “ ` Lots three and four, of section twenty two; And whereas, by Departmental order dated April 26, 1904, the said order of withdrawal of said lands was vacated, and they were at once temporarily withdrawn from all entry whatever for the purpose of securing their subsequent reservation for townsite purposes un er sec- n.s.,¤ee¤.2aso,zss1, tions 2380 and 2391 of the Revised Statutes of the United States; p' 4* And whereas, the Director of the United States Geolo ical Survey, by letter dated April 15, 1904, has represented that said lands have been found suitable for townsite plurposes along the line of a proposed railroad which may be extended t rough large tracts of land to be irrigated under the operation of said Reclamation Act, and will thereby Vo1.32,p.388· become centers of population and necessary to the proper development of the project; And whereas, the Secretary of the Interior, under date of April 30, 1904, has requested that said lands be reserved for townsites to be created under existing statute;