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PROCLAMATIONS. No. 32.

before proving up and acquiring title must take out their full naturalization pa rs: And prondezl further, That when, in the judgment of the President no more ofpihe 1 DQSPOSU of ¤¤¤°ld land herein eeded can be disposed of at said price, he may by proclamation, to be “° °‘ repeqted ID his 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 su&1 terms as he may deem best for all interests concerned: And _ _ pronded further, That the President is hereby authorized to reserve, in his procla- s,5°*€{V¤¤°¤‘°’m*S‘ mation for the opening of the said lands, so much of the tracts heretofore reserved n' ° °" p°rp°°°°‘ for church, mission, and aggncy purposes, as he may deem necessary, not to exceed _ mne hundred acres, and also not exceeding two and one-half sections for the Fort Em'? T°“°¤ 1***1***** Totten Indian school, and the United States stipulates and agrees to pay for said Sc °°' reserved lands at the rate of three dollars and twenty-tive cents per acre. The President is also authorized to reserve a tract embracing Sullys Hill, in the northeastern portion of the abandoned military reservation, about nine hundred and sixty acres, as a rlilublic park.

Sec. 5. That sections sixteen and thirty-six of the lands hereby acquired in each North Dakota. · township shall not be subject to entry, but shall be reserved for the use of the com- msfgwl mnds g'““*‘ mon schools and paid for by the United States at three dollars and twenty-fiye cents ' per acre, and ihe same are hereby granted to the State of North Dakota for such Bugrpose; and in case any of said sections, or parts thereof, of the land in the said Lands in lieu of ulvils Lake Indian Reservation or Fort Totten abandoned military reservation l°°“"U“d’· should be lost to said State of North Dakota by reason of allotments thereof to any Indian or Indians now holding the same, or otherwise, the governor of said State, with the approval of the Secretary of the Interior, is hereby authorized to locate other lands not occupied, in the Townships where said lands are lost, provided sufficient lands. are to be had in the said townships, otherwise the selections to be made elsewhere within the ceded tract, which shall be paid for by the United States, as provided in article two of the treaty as herein amended, in quantity equal to the loss, and such selections shall be made prior to the opening of such lands to settlement.

And Whereas, all of the conditions required by law to be performed pgior to the opening of said tracts of land to settlement and entry have en, as I hereby declare, duly performed;

Now, Therefore, I, Theodore Roosevelt, President of the United D${;d§mf§°}§*g,e,$,{{ States of America, by virtue of the ‘p0wer vested m me by law, do g<;:;.vN-Sgnghgggnzp hereby declare and make known that all of the lands so as aforesaid 1904} P ’ ceded by the Sisseton, Wahpeton, and Cut-Head bands of the Sioux tribe of Indians belonging to the Devils Lake Reservation, saving and excepting sections 16 an 36 in each township, and all lands located or selected bg the State_of North Dakota as indemnity school or educutional lan s., and saving and excepting the N} of the NW} and the L°“°“ ""°”‘°d· SW'} of the N W} of Sec. 14, and the SE} of the NE} of Sec. 15, T. 152 N., R. 66*W., of the fifth princilpal meridian, which are hereby reserved for the use of the Raven Hi Presbyterian Church; and saving and excepting the N} of the NW'} of Sec. 14, the NE} of the NE} of Sec. 15, the S I} of the SW} of Sec. 11, and the S} of the SE} of the SE} of the SE} of Sec. 10, T. 151 N., R. 6} W., of the fifthvprincipal meridian, which are hereby reserved for the use of the 'ood Lake Presbyterian Church; and saving and excepting the SE} of the SW} and Lot 8 of 5ec. 6, the NE} of the NW}, the N WV} of the NE} and n tract of -1.43 acres in the southwest corner of Lot 1, Sec. 17, T. 152 N,. R. 65 YV., of the lifth principal meridian, which are hereby reserved for the use of the Mission of Sisters of Clmritv from Montreal; and Saving and excepting the N} of the SE}, the NE} of the SW'}, Lot 5, and a tract of 1.60 acres in Lot 6, Sec. 17, T. 152 N., R. 6-1 W., of the fifth princigal meridian, which are hereby reserved for the use of St. Michiel’s C urch, Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions; and saving and excepting the W} of the NVV} of Sec. 15, T. 152 N., R. 66 WV., of the ` lifth principal meridian, which is hereby reserved for the use of St. Jerome`s (Jhurch, Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions: and saving and excepting the W} of Sec. 21, the WV} of the NE} of Sec. 21, the E} of Sec. 20, the NW} of Sec. 20, and Lots 6, 7, and 8 and the SE} of the SW} of Sec. 16 (excepting 7 acres thereof, which are hereby reserved for the use of the Protestant Episcopal Church), and 6, 7, 8, and 9 of Sec. 17, T. 152 N., R. 65 Vi ., of the fifth prinmpal