Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 35 Part 2.djvu/1193

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2240 PROCLAMATIONS, 1909. to permit the use of any of such lands for grazing purposes; to permit the free use by individual Indians of timber and stone from any of said lands necessary for domestic use upon their allotments; to dispose of the proceeds arising from grazinv as provided for by law for other Indian funds; and to dis ose of the dead timber standing R°¤“**°*°¤S»°*°· or fallen upon such lands; Pr0*v*id£d_1’ctrthvr, that said powers and rights of the Secretary of the Interior and Commissioner of Indian Affairs or permittees under or through them or either of them, and of individual Indians, except as to a lotments to such Indians, shall be subject to such rules and regulations as the Secretary of Agriculture may from time to time prescribe for the protection of the National R°°°"°**°¤· Forest; and said powers and rights shall not be construed to apcply to any land except such parts of said Mescalero Apache Indian eservatron as are included in the Forest by this proclamation, and all said ppwers and rights except the rights of individual Indians and their eirs to hold and enjoy their allotments, shall cease and determine twenty-five years after the date hereof, and thereafter the occupancy and use of the unallotted parts of said lands shall in all respects be subject to the laws gOVB1’I1111g National Forestsp . mL'*;;'¤sh¤ ¤°* The withdrawal made by this proclamation shall, as to all lands ` which are at this date le all appro riated under the public land laws or reserved or used fir Irndran Xgancy, school, or church purposes, or reserved for any public purpose other than for In ian occupancy and use under such Executive Orders, be subject to, and shall not interfere with, or defeat le al rights under such appropriation, or prevent the use for such ubflic purpose of lands so reserved, so long as such appropriation is iegally maintained, or such reservation remains in force. egfgjitmziands- This proclamation shall not prevent the settlement and entry of ' 'p`any lands heretofore o ened to settlement and entry under the Act of Congress approved (func eleventh, nineteen hundred and six, entitled, "An Act to provide for the entry of Agricultural lands within forest reserves. " IN WITNESS 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 second day of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and nine, [smL.] and of the Independence of the United States the one hundred and thirty-third. " T1120DOR1c ROOSEVELT By the President: Ronnnr BAcoN Secretary of State. _ **¤¤‘*¤2j§°§__ BY THE PRESIDENT or THE IYNITED STATES or AMnmcA A PROCLAMATION cm-an magma For- WIIEREAS, an Executive Order dated June twenty-sixth, nineteen °”}4,;;,;l{,*jQ‘j hundred and eight, directed that, on and after July first, nineteen Xgifj; gig??- hundred and eight, the Taos National Forest and a part of the Jemez 'lgational Forest be consolidated under the name of the Carson National orest ; · And whereas, it appears that the public good will be promoted bv adding to the Carson National Forest certain lands within the Territory of New Mexico, shown 011 the diagram hereto attached and forming a part hereof, which are in part covered with timber; and which tracts consist of certain lands not heretofore reserved, together with certain lands which constitute a part of the Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation, established by Executive Order dated February