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Reserving lands in North Dakota as an addi
tion to the Fort Lincoln Military Reserva
tion. Enlarging the Camp John Hay Military Res
ervation on the island of Luzon, Philippine
Islands. Refusing entrance to the continental United
States to certain persons in order to prevent
detrimental labor conditions. Extending limits of military reservation at
Grande Island in the Island of Luzon,
Philippine Islands. Correcting the description of the military
reservation known as Camp Downes at
Ormoc, Leyte, Philippine Islands. Amending Civil Service Rule I... Modifying Executive order, May 11, 1902,
and Executive order, Mar. 14, 1904, excepting therefrom lands claimed by the Manila Navigation Co., in the Province of Bataan, Luzon, known as Mariveles Reservation,
Philippine Islands. Extending the provisions of E.O. 653, June
13, 1907, which amends E.O. 9, Jan. 17,
1873. Establishing the Tern Islands Bird Reserva
tion, Louisiana. Establishing the Shell Keys Reservation,
Louisiana. Reserving lands as a portion of the Fort Sill
Military Reservation, Oklahoma, for mili
tary purposes. Modifying Executive order, Jan. 19, 1905,
reserving lands for the Camp Keithley Mil
itary Reservation. Establishing the Three Arch Rocks Bird
Reservation, Oregon. Establishing the Flattery Rocks Reservation,
Washington. Reserving certain small islands off the coast of
Washington for use of the Department of Agriculture as a preserve and breeding ground for native birds to be known as the
Copalis Rock Reservation. Setting aside certain islands off the coast of
Washington in the Pacific Ocean to be known as Quillayute Needles Reservation,
Washington. Permitting the appointment of drivers under
certain conditions without reference to
Civil Service Rules. Authorizing waiver of examination require
ments by the Civil Service Commission for transfer or promotion under certain condi
tions. Establishing the East Timbalier Island Reser
vation, Louisiana. See footnotes on p. 330.
5 CFR 8.1
8.5. 5 CFR 50.4.
34 CFR 9.2.1
Amending schedule A, subdivision III, para
graph 10, of the Civil Service Rules. Reserving a portion of Hawkins Island,
Alaska, for use of the United States Navy
Department. Reserving certain lands at Lowell Point,
Alaska, for use of the United States Navy Department. Allowing reinstatement to classified employ
ees who have lost their health in line of duty
without regard to ordinary requirements. Transferring certain lands at Sitka, Alaska,
from the Navy Department to the War Department for use of the Signal Corps,
U. S. Army. Reserving lands in Alaska for use of Signal
Corps, U. S. Army, as a telegraph station. Reserving land to extend the limits of Camp
Stotsenburg, Luzon, Philippine Islands. Reserving certain islands in Key West Harbor,
Florida, for use of the United States Navy
Department. Establishing Columbia National Forest,
Washington, to include and supersede part
of Rainier National Forest. Establishing Siuslaw National Forest, Ore
gon, to include and supersede parts of Tillamook and Umpqua National Forests, and restoring portions of the Tillamook and Umpqua National Forests to the public
domain. Setting aside Wyoming National Forest,
Wyoming, including therein a portion of Yellowstone National Forest, the remaining portions to constitute Shoshone, Teton, and Bonneville National Forests, Wyoming, parts of Absaroka and Beartooth National Forests, Montana, and a part of Targhee
National Forest, Idaho and Wyoming. Designating Shoshone National Forest, Wyo
ming, from a portion of Yellowstone National Forest, the remaining portions to constitute Teton, Bonneville, and Wyoming National Forests, Wyoming, parts of Absaroka and Beartooth National Forests, Montana, and a part of Targhee National
Forest, Idaho and Wyoming. Adding to the military reservation of Fort
Gibbon, Alaska, certain lands located at
Tanana, Alaska. Establishing the Key West Bird Reservation,
Florida. Establishing the Klamath Lake Bird Reserva
tion, Oregon and California. See footnotes on p. 330.
Establishing the Lake Malheur Bird Reserva
tion, Florida. Establishing the Matlacha Pass Bird Reserva
tion, Florida. Reserving land at Circle, Alaska, for a wire
less telegraph station for use of the U. S.
except after appropriate examination by the
Civil Service Commission.
aside lands for the military reservation of
of government, except postmasters at
during hours of service to government. Setting aside for observation stations certain
lands on the Island of Oahu, Territory of
Overton, Mindanao, Philippine Islands.
tion in the Territory of Hawaii to the control of the Secretary of War, and establishing
protection for submarine mine defenses. Enlarging the Pelican Island Bird Reserva
tion, Florida. Establishing the Hawaiian Island Bird Reser
vation. Designating certain lands in Olongapo, Phil
ippine íslands, for use by the United States
states named for use of the Department of
birds. Setting aside land in Nome, Alaska, for use of
the Signal Corps, U. S. Army for a tele
Bering Sea for use of the Department of
50 CFR 11.1.1
5 CFR 10.8.
51.1 (a).1 5 CFR 5.109.
5 CFR 2.106.
1909 Establishing the Tuxedni Bird Reservation, 1039 Feb. 27
for the Department of Agriculture for use as a preserve and breeding ground for native birds to be known as the Culebra Reserva
tion. Establishing the Faralon Reservation, Cali- 1043 Feb. 27
fornia. Reserving the Bogoslof Islands of the Aleutian 1049 Mar. 2
group, Alaska, for use of the Department of Agriculture as a preserve and breeding
ground for native birds. Amending Civil Service Rule 10, par. 8 relat- 1052 Mar. 23
ing to training requirements as requisite to
Mindanao, Philippine Islands.
admission of deaf mutes to civil service
examinations. Authorizing an exception to E.O. 316, Mar. 1065 Apr. 21
30. 1905, by permitting unclassified laborers to be assigned to classified work incidentally. Modifying E.O. Dec. 1, 1898, E.O. Nov. 21, 1067 Apr. 23
1902, and E.O. 375 B, Nov. 27, 1905, so as to reserve certain lands in Alaska for mili
tary purposes. Reserving lands at Sparta, Wisconsin, for 1075 May 21
military purposes. Extending for 10 years the trust period on
July 3 lands allotted to Indians of the Omaha
tribe in Nebraska. Amending schedule A, subdivision III, para- 1109 July 9
graph 12, of the Civil Service Rules. Amending E.O. 9, Jan. 17, 1873, to enable 1118 Aug. 4
certain state officials to accept appointments
ting aside the military reservation of Hot
Secretary of the Interior.
as a wireless telegraph station for naval
purposes. Amending Civil Service Rule II...
1146 Dec. 10 See footnotes on p. 330.
25 CFR Chap
ter 1, Appendix. 5 CFR 50.
5 CFR 1.104.
10 CFR 51.1 (a).1
34 CFR 9.2.1
5 CFR 50.8.
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Amending E.O. 758, Feb. 20, 1908, prescrib
ing strict procedure in submitting recommendations affecting the method of ap
pointment to classified positions. Enlarging the territory in Hawaii assigned to
the control of the War Department by
E.O. 1008, Jan. 15, 1909.
graph 23, of the Civil Service Rules. Amending Rule III, subsection XI, of sched
ule A, and subsections I and II of schedule B of the Civil Service Rules.
the National Guard of Arizona as a Target
reserving a tract of land in the state of
D. A. Russell, Wyoming.
tion of Gasparilla Island, Florida, and the
Philippine Islands, from the control of the
County, Montana, for military purposes for
graph 24, of the Civil Service Rules. Increasing the area reserved for purposes of
Agricultural Experiment Station, Arizona. Modifying E.O. 1186, Apr. 8, 1910, by exclud
ing certain lands and reserving them for
use of the United States Navy Department. Transferring the reservation on Hawkins
Island, Alaska, from the Navy to the War
Luzon Island, Philippine Islands, for use as
a naval hospital. Reserving for military purposes certain lands
for use of the Arizona National Guard. See footnotes on p. 330.