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LIST

OF

PROCLAMATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT

CONTAINED IN THIS VOLUME.

PART TWO.

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Reserving lands in Porto Rico for public uses.

Setting apart Logan Forest Reserve, Utah. May 29, 1903.

Setting apart Manti Forest Reserve, Utah. May 29, 1903

Consolidating Flathead with Lewis and Clarke Forest Reserve, Montana. June 9, 1903.
Reserving lands in Porto Rico for naval purposes. June 26, 1903.

September 5, 1903
October 20, 1903.
October 24, 1903.

Restoring to public domain lands in Day County, Oklahoma. August 12, 1903.
Setting apart Pocatello Forest Reserve, Idaho.
Convening extraordinary session of Congress.
Setting apart Aquarius Forest Reserve, Utah.
Designating Thursday, November 26, 1903, as a day of general thanksgiving. October 31, 1903..
Enlarging boundaries of Payson Forest Reserve, Utah. November 5, 1903.
Extending benefits of copyright law to citizens of Cuba. November 17, 1903.
Setting apart Highwood Forest Reserve, Montana.

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Merging Pine Mountain and Zaca Lake and Santa Ynez forest reserves into Santa Barbara Forest
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Taking Hawaii light-house establishment for uses of United States.

December 28, 1903.

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Granting Fort Marcy Reservation lands to Santa Fe, New Mexico. January 5, 1904.
Setting apart Baker City Forest Reserve, Oregon. February 5, 1904..
Declaration of neutrality, war between Japan and Russia. February 11, 1904.
Setting apart Cave Hills Forest Reserve, South Dakota.
Setting apart Slim Buttes Forest Reserve, South Dakota.
Granting Fort Marcy Reservation lands to Santa Fe, New Mexico. March 10, 1904.
Granting land to Lawton, Oklahoma. March 29, 1904..

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Restoring to public domain St. John's Mission School land, South Dakota.
Enlarging boundaries of Fish Lake Forest Reserve, Utah. May 2, 1904...
Reserving lands for townsite entries, Hailey land district, Idaho. May 2, 1904
Reducing area of Yellowstone Forest Reserve, Wyoming and Montana. May 4, 1904
Setting apart Grantsville Forest Reserve, Utah. May 7, 1904

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Opening to entry lands ceded on Rosebud Indian Reservation, South Dakota. May 13, 1904
Reducing area of Battlement Mesa Forest Reserve, Colorado. May 16, 1904..
Reducing area of White River Forest Reserve, Colorado. May 21, 1904..
Setting apart Salt Lake Forest Reserves, Utah. May 26, 1904.

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Opening to entry lands ceded on Devils Lake Indian Reservation, North Dakota. June 2, 1904..
Reducing area of Bitter Root Forest Reserve, Idaho and Montana. June 14, 1904
Granting land to Woodward, Oklahoma. October 13, 1904

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Designating Thursday, November 24, 1904, as a day of general thanksgiving. November 1, 1904..
Setting apart Warner Mountain Forest Reserve, California. November 29, 1904.
Setting apart Modoc Forest Reserve, California. November 29, 1904.......
Reducing area of South Platte Forest Reserve, Colorado. December 6, 1904.

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Modifying boundaries of Big Horn Forest Reserve, Wyoming. December 23, 1904.
Convening extra session of the Senate. February 23, 1905

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PUBLIC LAWS

OF THE

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

PASSED BY

THE FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS.

1903-1905.

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PUBLIC RESOLUTION OF THE FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS

OF THE

UNITED STATES

Passed at the first session, which was begun and held at the city of Washington, in the
District of Columbia, on Monday, the ninth day of November, 1903, and terminated
Monday, the seventh day of December, 1903.

THEODORE ROOSEVELT, President; WILLIAM P. FRYE, President of the Senate pro tempore; JOSEPH G. Cannon, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

[No. 1.] Joint Resolution Making immediately available the appropriations for mileage of Senators and Members of the House of Representatives, and for other purposes.

November 12, 1903.
[H. J. R. 14.]
[Pub. Res., No. 1.]

Mileage of Senators and Members. Appropriation im

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the appropriations for mileage of Senators, Members of the House of Representatives, and Delegates from the Territories made in the legislative, executive, and mediately available. judicial appropriation Act for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and four, approved February twenty-fifth, nineteen hundred and three, be, and the same are hereby, made immediately available and authorized to be paid to Senators, Members of the House of Representatives, and Delegates from the Territories for attendance on the first session of the Fifty-eighth Congress.

Vol. 32, pp. 854, 858.

Speaker may designate substitute to sign

Resolved, That the Speaker is authorized to designate from time to
time some one from among those appointed by him and appropriated salary, etc., accounts.
for and employed in his office, whose duty it shall be under the direc-
tion of the Speaker to sign in his name and for him all certificates
required by section forty-seven of the Revised Statutes for salary and
accounts for traveling expenses in going to and returning from Con-
gress of Representatives and Delegates.

R. S., sec. 47, p. 8.

Appropriation for session employees

Vol. 32, pp. 856, 850,

Resolved, That the appropriations made in the legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation Act for the fiscal year nineteen hundred made available. and four, approved February twenty-fifth, nineteen hundred and three, for compensation of session employees of the Senate and House N60. of Representatives, be, and the same are hereby, made available from and including the ninth day of November, nineteen hundred and three, until the close of the first session of the Fifty-eighth Congress; and persons employed under said appropriations shall be paid from the date of their actual employment, without regard to the date of their respective oaths of office, and at the rates per diem or per month as provided in said act.

Approved, November 12, 1903.

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To be paid from date of actual employment.

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