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, December 14, 1904. The following is published for the information and guidance of all concerned :
The President of the United States by order dated December 6, 1904, modified the Executive Order of September 1, 1903, reserving certain tracts of public land in the Philippine Islands, pursuant to section 12 of the act of Congress approved July 1, 1902, entitled "An act temporarily to provide for the administration of the affairs of civil government in the Philippine Islands and for other purposes (32 Stat. L., 691), so far as it relates to the military reservation at Los Baños, Laguna, so that the reservation as modified will include all public lands within boundaries described as follows, viz:
Beginning at the center of a stone monument marked (27); said monument being N. 66° 33' E. a distance of 191 feet from the northeast corner of the Los Baños Civil Hospital building: thence S. 28° 11' E. 65 feet 0 inches to a stone monument marked (28); thence S. 49° 44' W. 94 feet 4 inches to a stone monument marked (29); thence N. 72° 29' W. 30 feet 11 inches to a stone monument marked (30); thence S. 42° 33' W. 41 feet 0 inches to a stone monument marked (31); thence S. 24° 14' E. 129 feet 7 inches to a stone monument marked (32); thence S. 65° 27' W. 96 feet 6 inches to the west corner of cemetery wall (station 33); thence S. 26° 16' E. 142 feet 4 inches to the south corner of cemetery wall (station 31); thence N. 66° 53' E. 138 feet 11 inches to the east corner of cemetery wall (station 35); thence N. 24° 03 W. 39 feet 8 inches to the south gate post of entrance to cemetery (station 36); thence N. 69° 31' E. 297 feet 1 inch to a stone monument marked (1); thence S. 29° 26' E. 133 feet 10 inches to a stone monument marked (2); thence N. 66° 12° E. 177 feet 8 inches to a stone monument marked (3); thence S. 15° 35' E. 117 feet 5 inches to a point in center of road (station 4); thence N. 65° 40' E. 236 feet 54 inches to a stone monument marked (5); thence N. 62° 32 E. 141 feet 7 inches to a stone monument marked (6); thence S. 21° 47' E. 151 feet 9 inches to a stone monument marked (7); thence N. 70° 55' E. 772 feet 2 inches to a stone monument marked (8); thence S. 21° 47' E. 1.736 feet 4 inches to a stone monument marked (9); thence S. 55o 17" W. 620 feet 0 inches to a stone monument marked (10); thence S. 32° 30' W. 21 feet 11 inches to a stone monument marked (11); thence S. 50° 34' E. 98 feet 1 inch to a stone monument marked (12); thence S. 45° 27' W. 234 feet iš inches to a stone monument marked (13); thence S. 36° 08' E. 168 feet 10 inches to a stone monument marked (14); thence S. 47° 31' W. 330 feet 4 inches to a stone monument marked (15); thence N. 33° 21' W. 38 feet 2 inches to a stone monument marked (16); thence S. 74° 35' W.560 feet 7 inches to a stone monument marked (17); thence S. 4° 24' E. 387 feet 11 inches to a stone monument marked (18); thence S. 81° 06' W. 317 feet 8 inches to a stone monument marked (19); thence along edge of large ravine about N. 17° 00' W. 1,675
feet to a stone monument marked (20); thence across large ravine and along bottom of small ravine about S. 47° OC W. 250 feet to a stone monument marked (21); thence S. 25° 19 E. 78 feet i inch to a stone monument marked (22); thence S. 44° 00' W. 670 feet 3 inches to a stone monument marked (23); thence S. 38° 21' W. 191 feet 3 inches to a stone monument marked (24); thence S. 60° 27' W. 158 feet 74 inches to a stone monument marked (25); thence N. 67° 37' W. 430 feet 9 inches to (station 26); tbence S. 14° 20° W. 64 feet 10 inches to a Spanish monument marked as (Q) on the map marked "Map of Proposed Military Reservation at Los Bados. La guna. P. I. Surveyed and Drawn by Julian L. Schley, 2nd Lieut., Corps of Engr's *
Nov' 1903-July-1904. * * **; thence along the crest of a ridge east of the Rio Dampalit, in a general southerly direc tion, for a distance of about 10.217 feet to a stone monument marked on said map as (AA); the direction, distance and monuments of the intermediate courses being given in the descriptive table on said map: thence across the valley N. 54° 23' W. a distance of about 1.649 feet 3.4 inches to a point on the ridge just west of the Rio Dampalit marked by a stone modument and indicated on said map as (VV3); thence along the crest of this ridge in a general northerly direction a distance of about 11,787 leet to a stone monument marked on said map as (A3); distance, direction and monuments of the intermediate courses being given in the descriptive table on said map; thence in a general northerly direction about 150 feet to the shore of Laguna de Bay; thence along the shore of Laguna de Bay in a general easterly direction to a point at low water line N. 28° 11' W. from the point of beginning; thence to the point of beginning. The bear ings are true.
The foregoing modification was made subject to private rights, and particularly to the right of the town of Los Baños to use the water of the Dampalit River, below the point where the road from Los Baños to Calamba crosses the same; said town to have the right to construct a pipe line over the reser. vation, and to take water by means thereof from the Damnpalit River at any point below the point where the military authori. ties may hereafter construct the intake for a similar line for their own use: Provided, that these rights shall be exercised subject to such regulations as the post commander of the military post on said reservation may deem necessary for the purposes of sanitation and police. BY ORDER OF THE ACTING SECRETARY OF WAR:
ADNA R. CHAFFEE,
Lieutenant General, Chief of Staff. OFFICIAL: F. C. AINSWORTH,
The Military Secretary.
WASHINGTON, December 15, 1904. Paragraphs 234, 1316, 1474, and 1507, Army Regulations, are amended to read as follows:
234. No ensign, pennon, streamer, or other banner of any kind other than the flags, colors, standards, pennants, and guidons prescribed by the Army Regulations or otherwise authorized by the War Department will be used by the Army or by any regiment or other organization thereof.
1316. The original order, or certified copy, including indorsements, will accompany each voucher for mileage, and when transportation in kind has been furnished for the whole or for any part of the distance actually traveled, the order must be indorsed by the quartermaster issuing the transportation, showing between what points and over what route such transportation was furnished.
1474. Upon the recommendation of a medical officer, accompanied by a certificate stating the disability for which treatment at the hospital is recommended and the opinion of the medical officer that such treatment will conduce to the more rapid recovery of the patient, forwarded through military channels to The Military Secretary of the Army, an officer of the Army on the active list may, in the discretion of the War Department, be ordered to the Army and Navy General Hospital at Hot Springs, Arkansas, or the General Hospital at Fort Bayard, New Mexico, for treatment.
In exceptional cases the recommendation may be made by telegraph through military channels.
Retired officers of the Army may make direct application accompanied by a medical certificate to The Military Secretary of the Army for permission to enter the hospital.
In the case of an enlisted man, the commanding officer of a military post or station, after having ascertained by telegraph from the commanding officer of the hospital that beds are available, is authorized upon the receipt of a certificate from the senior medical officer of the post or station setting forth that the soldier is a proper subject for special treatment at Hot Springs, Arkansas, to order him there without further
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