Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 34 Part 3.djvu/349

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PROCLAMATIONS, 1905. 3185 not, as public reservations, and the President shall, by public procla- _ mation, declare the establishment of such reservations and the limits thereof "; And whereas, the public lands, in the State of California, which are hereinafter indicated, are in part covered with timber, and it appears that the public good would be promoted by setting apart said lands as a public reservation; Nowytherefore, I, Theodore Roosevelt, President of the United ggreet ¤‘¤¤¢¤‘V°· States of America, by virtue of the power in me vested by section Ca om a` twenty-four of the aforesaid Act of Congress, do proclaim that there are hereby reserved from‘ entry or settlement and set apart as a Public Reservation, for the use and benefit of the people, all the tracts of land, in the State of California, shown as the Yuba Forest Reserve on _ the diagram forming a art hereof; V Excepting from the fldrce and effect of this proclamation all lands Lands excepted. which may have been, prior to the date hereof, embraced in any legal entry or covered by any lawful filing duly of record in the proper United States Land Office, or upon which any valid settlement has ~ been made pursuant to law, and the statutory period within which to 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, filing or settlement was made. Warning is hereby expressly given to all persons not to make settle- new-ved from p ment u n the lands reserved by this proclamation. "°“""“°‘“* ` IN %TNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. ‘ Done at the City of Washington this 11th day of November, in the . year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and five, and [SEAL.] of the Independence of the United States the one hundred · and thirtieth. . c Tnnoookn Roosrzvmrr By the President : EL1Ht‘ Roor Scr·re!m~y of State. _ BY Tim Paasinaxr or Tun llxrrnn S*r.xT1·:s or Anuzimgx. __;l§*,'}}]*}{Y_};}§{°§; A PR()CLAMATI()N. VVhereas the Government of Switzerland decreed the removal, on Sw¥}g;_[{_>{,:>§g¥ with and after January 1, 1906, of all (llfl·(‘1'9llll!ll customs duties from the rmnmmef products of the soil and industry of the United States, and granted to the same the benefit of the Swiss conventional tariff rates, by which action in the judgment of the President reci rocal and uivlent concessions are established in favor of the said) products gil the United States: Now, therefore, be it known that I, Theodore Roosevelt, President Swlfggucfgdggg °¤ of the United States of America, actin under the authority con- verge, p. 203. ferred by the third Section of the Tarié Act of the United States approved July 24, 1897, do hereby sus nd during the continuance in force of the said concessions by the (isdvernment of Switzerland the imposition and collection of the duties imposed by the first Section . of said Act upon the articles hereinafter specified, being the products of the soil and industry of Switzerland; and do declare in place thereof the following rates of duty rovided in the third Section of said Act to be in force and effect fiom and after the date of this .