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PROCLAMATIONS. Nos. 42, 43. 2935 Provided further, That nothing herein shall give any force or effect ,,E*$}”*{¤¤ rights 1*0* to any claim or right to any of the lands heretofore embraced within 8 BL e' ` the reserves hereby consolidated which would not have been entitled to recognition if said reserves as heretofore established had been continued in force without being merged into a single reserve as hereinbefore provided.~ \Varning is hereby expressly given to all persons not to make settle- ,,£gf,Q""'* *’°¤* ¤°°· ment u n the lands reserved by this proclamation. ` In Wlitness 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 29th day of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and three, and of [sun.] the Independence of the United States the one hundred and twenty-seventh. » THEODORE Roosnvmzr By the President: JOHN HAY Secretary of State. _ [No. 43.] A PROCLAMATION BY THE PRESIDENT.F°*’“”">’ 7» *9*- \Vhereas, a proclamation was issued February 10, 1890, by the Presi- $;"§’Q,"}§’·,55, dent making known and proclaiming the acceptance of the Sioux Act Vol: 25; ii SSS.` approved March 2, 1889 (25 Stats., 888) by the different bands of the Sioux Nation of Indians, and the consent thereto by them as required by the said act; And whereas, the proclamation contains the following clause: That there is also reserved as aforesaid the following described tract within which V0]·26.r>-1556 the Cheyenne River Agency, school and certain other buildings are located, to wit: Commencing at a point in the center of the main channel of the Missouri River opposite Deep Creek, about three miles south of the Cheyenne River; thence due west five and one half miles; thence due north to the Cheyenne River; thence down said river to the center of the main channel thereof to a point in the center of the Missouri River due east or opposite the mouth of said Cheyenne River; thence down the renter of the main channel of the Missouri River to the place of beginning: And whereas, the government, agencyand school buildings have been removed from the lands as above indicated to their present locations; And whereas, there appears to be no reason for continuing the lands in a state of reservation. the same not being needed for Indian pur >oses; Now, therefore, I, 'l`m·:ono1u-1 Roosmvicm, President of the United Ag};{{°{j,';§]sr§q{g}g({ States, by virtue of the power in me vested do hereby declare the said mpublm domain. lands subject to disposal under the provisions of the said act, except E’°°¥’“°“· l•i0 acres of land to which the St. Johns Mission School has obtained title under the Sioux Act mentioned, in accordance with the provisions thereof. Tnnooonn Roosnvmm Wmrr: Hocsrz. [';1]I/‘I/fl7"_// 7. 190-}. [sr~;AL.l By the President, J om: HAY Seere!m·_y of, Stale.