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PROCLAMATION 2165

DONE at the City of Washington this tenth day of April in the year of our Lord

nineteen hundred and thirty[SEAL] six, and of the Independence

of the United States of America the one hundred and sixtieth.

FRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT By the President: CORDELL HULL,

Secretary of State.

PROCLAMATION 2164

CHILD HEALTH DAY WHEREAS the Congress by joint resolution of May 18, 1928 (45 Stat. 617), has authorized and requested the President of the United States to proclaim annually May 1 as Child Health Day; and

WHEREAS the health and security of its children are essential to the wellbeing of the Nation; and

WHEREAS it is advisable this year as we launch the social security program to encourage by every possible means the development of plans to promote maternal and child health and to extend child-welfare services:

NOW, THEREFORE, I, FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, President of the United States of America, do hereby proclaim and designate the first day of May of this year as Child Health Day, and do urge all agencies, public and private, concerned with the health and welfare of children, on this day to study the plans for Federal, State, and local cooperation in promoting the health and security of children, to note the extent to which those plans have so far been put into effect, and to make arrangements for carrying their benefits to the children in every county in the United States.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States of America to be affixed.

DONE at the City of Washington this 13th day of April, in the year of our

Lord nineteen hundred and [SEAL) thirty-six, and of the Inde

pendence of the United States of America the one hundred and sixtieth.

FRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT
By the President:
CORDELL HULL,

The Secretary of State.

JEFFERSON NATIONAL FOREST-VIRGINIA

WHEREAS certain forest lands within the State of Virginia have been or may hereafter be acquired by the United States of America under the authority of sections 6 and 7 of the act of March 1, 1911, ch. 186, 36 Stat. 961, as amended (U.S.C., Title 16, secs. 515 and 516); and

WHEREAS it appears that the reservation as the Jefferson National Forest of the said lands together with certain other lands heretofore forming parts of the George Washington National Forest and the Unaka National Forest would be in the public interest:

NOW, THEREFORE, I, FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, President of the United States of America, under and by virtue of the power vested in me by section 24 of the act of March 3, 1891, ch. 561, 26 Stat. 1095, 1103, as amended (U.S.C., Title 16, sec. 471), the act of June 4, 1897, ch. 2, 30 Stat. 34 (U.S.C., Title 16, sec. 473), and by section 11 of the said act of March 1, 1911 (U.S.C., Title 16, sec. 521), do proclaim that all the lands of the United States within the followingdescribed boundaries are hereby reserved and set apart as the Jefferson National Forest, and that all lands within the said boundaries which may hereafter be acquired by the United States under the said act of March 1, 1911, as amended, shall upon their acquisition be reserved and administered as part of said National Forest:

MOUNTAIN LAKE DIVISION

(NOTE: All Routes mentioned herein are State roads unless otherwise stated.)

Beginning at a point on the Allegheny Mountains at the intersection of U.S. Highway 60 with the Virginia-West Virginia State Line; thence with the center line of said U.S. Highway 60 in an easterly direction to the junction with State Route 646; thence with Route 646 to the junction with Route 251; thence in a southeasterly direction with Route 251 to the junction with Route 644; thence with Route 644 to the junction with Route 612; thence with Route 612 to the intersection with Route 662; thence with Route 662 to the junction with Route 661; thence with Route 661 to the junction with Route 611; thence with Route 611 to the intersection with U.S. Highway 11; thence with U.S. Highway 11 to the center of the bridge over James River at Buchanan, Virginia; thence up the center of James River to the mouth of Shirkey's Mill Branch; thence with Shirkey's Mill Branch, and with the old Shirkey Turnpike in a westerly direction to the intersection with Route 621; thence with Route 621 to the intersection with Route 615 near Strom; thence with Route 615 to the intersection with Route 682; thence with Route 682 to the intersection with Route 683; thence with Route 683 to the intersection with Route 12; thence with Route 12 to the intersection with Route 666; thence with Route 666 to the intersection with Route 606; thence northwesterly with Route 606 and 666 nine-tenths of a mile; thence with Route 666 to the intersection with Route 600; thence with Route 600 to the junction with Route 114; thence with Route 114 and 600 to the point of divergence of Route 114 and Route 600 near Tinker; thence with Route 600 to the intersection with Route 114; thence with Route 114 to the junction with Route 311; thence with Routes 311 and 114 to the point of divergence; thence with Route 311 to the intersection with Route 624; thence with Route 624 to the junction with Route 649; thence with Route 649 to the intersection with Route 8 at Tom's Creek; thence down Tom's Creek to the intersection with Route 624; thence with Route 624 to the intersection with Route 652; thence with Route 652 crossing New River to Route 600; thence with Route 600 in a southerly direction to Back Creek; thence up Back Creek and down Bentley's Branch of Peak's Creek to Route 99; thence in an easterly direction with Route 99 to he intersection with Route 640; thence with Route 640 to the intersection with Route 99; thence with Route 99 to the intersection with Route 100; thence with Route 100 to the junction with Route 101 at Draper; thence with Route 101 to the intersection with U.S. Highway 11; thence with U.S. Highway 11 to the center of the bridge over Reed Creek; thence with Reed Creek to the center of bridge on Route 121; thence with Route 121 to the intersection with Route 610; thence with Route 610 to the center of bridge over Cove Creek; thence following Cove Creek to the center of bridge on Route 603; thence with Route 603 to the junction with Route 600; thence with Route 600 to the intersection with Route 659; thence with Route 659 to the junction with Route 661; thence with Route 661 to the junction with Route 600; thence with Route 600 to the intersection with Route 21; thence with Route 21 to the intersection with Route 90; thence with Route 90 to the intersection with Route 680; thence with Route 680 to the intersection with Route 617; thence with Route 617 up Black Lick Creek to Bear Creek and the Junction with Route 622; thence with Route 622 to the junction with Route 617; thence with Route 617 to the intersection with Route 88; thence with Route 88 to the intersection with Route 610; thence with Route 610 to the intersection with Route 620; thence with Route 620 to the intersection with Route 624; thence with Route 624 to the intersection with Route 618; thence with Route 618 to the intersection with Routes 88 and 42; thence with Route 42 to the junction with Route 81

at Broad Ford, Virginia; thence with Route 81 to the intersection of Route 81 with Route 633 at North Holston, Virginia; thence with Route 633 to MacCrady's Gap and the intersection with Route 613; thence with Route 613 to the intersection with Route 80; thence with Route 80 to the junction with Route 689 in Hayter's Gap; thence with Route 689 to the junction with U.S. Highway 19; thence with U.S. Highway 19 to the junction with Route 657; thence with Route 657 to the intersection with Route 656; thence with Route 656 to the junction with Route 80; thence with Route 80 to the junction with Route 603 near Elway, Virginia; thence with Route 603 to the junction with Route 609 at Midway, Virginia; thence with Route 609 to the intersection with Route 81 at Maiden Spring, Virginia; thence with Route 81 to the intersection with Route 604; thence with Route 604 to the intersection with Route 602; thence with Route 602 to the junction of Routes 602 and 601; thence with Route 601 to the top of Clinch Mountain; thence along the top of Clinch Mountain to Hutchinson Rock; thence along the divide between Roar. ing Fork and Burke Garden to Chestnut Bridge; thence with the Tazewell-Bland County line for approximately 16 miles; thence leaving the county line approximately 42 mile south of Crab Tree Gap, and following the divide between Wolf Creek and Burke Garden in a southwesterly direction approximately 2 miles to the intersection of Route 87 and Route 666 at Goses Mili, Virginia; thence with Route 87 to the junction with Route 61 at Gratton P.O., Virginia; thence with Route 61 to the intersection with U.S. Highway 19; thence with U.S. Highway 19 to the junction with Route 81; thence with Route 81 to the point of convergence of Routes 81 and 608 at Liberty Hill, Virginia; thence to the point of divergence of Routes 81 and 608; thence with Route 608 to the top of Paint Lick Mountain; thence with the top of Paint Lick Mountain to Wardell, Virginia; thence with the top of House and Barn Mountain and the top of Elks Garden Ridge to the confluence of Little Cedar Creek and Cedar Creek; thence following the divide between Little Cedar Creek and Clinch River to the junction of Routes 64 and 672; thence with Route 64 to the junction with Route 614; thence with Route 614; thence with Route 614 to the junction with Route 640; thence with Route 640 to Clinch River at St. Paul, Virginia; thence with Clinch River to the center of the bridge on Route 70 at Dungannon, Virginia; thence with Route 70 to the junction with Route 602; thence with Route 602 to the junction with Route 653 near Stanley Town, Virginia; thence with Route 653 to the junction of Route 663 with U.S. Highway 58; thence with U.S. Highway 58 to the top of Powell Mountain; thence with the top of Powell Mountain to Route 64 in Hunter Gap; thence with Route 64 to the center of bridge over Powell River; thence up Powell River to the center of the bridge on Routes 64 and 65; thence with Routes 64 and 65 to Niggerhead Rock in Pennington Gap; thence with the top of Big Stone Mountain to the Virginia-Kentucky State Line; thence with the VirginiaKentucky State Line approximately 33 miles to the top of Black Mountain; thence along the top of Black Mountain to Herald, Virginia, on the Virginia-West Virginia State Line; thence following the Virginia-West Virginia State Line to Route 627; thence with Route 627 to the intersection with Route 626 at Lambert Store, Virginia; thence leaving Route 627 and with the divide between the Clinch River and Dry Fork to the village of Tip Top, Virginia, on Route 655; thence with Route 655 to U.S. Highway 19; thence with U.S. Highway 19 to the junction with Route 650; thence with Route 650 to the junction with Route 85; thence with Route 85 to the Virginia-West Virginia State Line; thence with the Virginia-West Virginia State Line approximately 100 miles to the place of beginning.

UNAKA DIVISION

(NOTE: The term “present boundary" in the following descriptions refers to boundaries of National Forests as they existed just prior to the issuance of this proclamation.)

Beginning at the Village of Cole, in Wash. ington County, Virginia, a point on the present National Forest boundary; thence in a southeasterly direction with the present boundary to Route 604; thence leaving the present boundary and North 59°00' East, 3 miles to a corner of the W. B. and Mrs. J. L. Jackson Tract #131 a point about 3 chains southwest of Dry Fork, a tributary to St. Clair Creek; thence with the northern boundary of Tract #131 to a point where the boundary of Tract #131 intersects the present National Forest boundary; thence with the present boundary in a general northeasterly direction to the Smyth-Wythe County line; thence with the present boun. dary to the point of intersection with Route 615; thence with Route 615 to the point of intersection with Routh 670; thence with Route 670 to the intersection with Route 90; thence with Route 90 to Cedar Springs, Virginia, a point on the present National Forest boundary; thence following the present boundary to the junction of the Virginia-North Carolina-Tennessee State lines; thence with the Virginia- Tennessee State line in a northeasterly and westerly direction to a point where the State line intersects the present forest boundary, between Sharps Branch and Rock House Run; thence in a northeasterly direction with the present National Forest boundary to the place of beginning.

NATURAL BRIDGE DIVISION Beginning at the junction of North River with James River approximately 1 mile southeast of the village of Glasgow, Rockbridge County, Virginia, a point on the pres

ent National Forest boundary; thence in a southeasterly direction with James River to the mouth of Battery Creek; a point on the present National Forest boundary; thence with the present boundary to the junction of Routcs 614 and 687 on Sheeps Creek; thence leaving the present boundary and due north to the Botetourt-Bedford County line, a point on the present National Forest boundary; thence with the present boundary to Route 622; thence with Route 622 to the Rocky Point Ferry on James River; thence with the east and south banks of the James River to the point of beginning; also that certain tract or parcel of land lying and being onehalf mile north east of Sedalia Post Office, in Bedford County, Virginia, on the waters of Reed's Creek, a tributary of the James River:

Beginning at Corner 1, common to lands owned by H. K. Spinner, L. S. Hatcher and Fayette Long, a stump hole at fence corner on East Edge of State Route 122, at the intersection of said Route with State Route 640;

Thence with State Route 122; S. 21°19' W., 4.29 chains to point in center of road; S. 30°27' W., 6.50 chains to point in center of road; S. 23°40' W., 4.30 chains to point in center of road; S. 15°15' W., 4.59 chains to Corner 2, a point in center of said State Route 122.

Thence N. 72°06' W., 11.50 chains to Corner 3; N. 12°41' W., 2.11 chains to point in center of branch; N. 38°58' W., 3.29 chains to point in center of branch; N. 8° 08' W., 3.09 chains to point in center of branch; N. 36°01' W., 3.92 chains to Corner 4.

Thence N. 43°52' E., 14.16 chains to Corner 5; N. 35°30' E., 0.42 chains to Corner 6.

Thence s. 71°34' E., 3.47 chains to point in center of road; S. 62° 18' E., 10.27 abains to point in center of road; S. 66°07' E., 2.39 chains to the point of beginning.

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 21st day of April, in the year of our Lord

nineteen hundred and thirty-six (SEAL] and of the Independence of the

United States of America the one hundred and sixtieth.

FRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT
By the President:
CORDELL HULL,

Secretary of State.

PROCLAMATION 2166

MONONGAHELA NATIONAL FOREST-WEST

VIRGINIA WHEREAS certain lands have been transferred from the Monongahela National Forest, established by Proclamation of August 3, 1928, to the George Washington National Forest by Proclamation of this date; and

WHEREAS it is desired to include in and reserve as a part of the Monongahela National Forest certain lands within the State of West Virginia acquired by the United States for forestry purposes under sections 6 and 7 of the act of March 1, 1911, 36 Stat. 961, 962, as amended (U.S.C., Title 16, secs. 515 and 516), and contained within the boundaries hereinafter described; and

WHEREAS it appears that it would be in the public interest to redefine the boundaries of the Monongahela National Forest:

NOW, THEREFORE, I, FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, President of the United States of America, under and by virtue of the power vested in me by section 24 of the act of March 3, 1891, 26 Stat. 1095, 1103, as amended (U.S.C., Title 16, sec. 471), the act of June 4, 1897, ch. 2, 30 Stat. 36 (U.S.C., Title 16, sec. 473), and by section 11 of the said act of March 1, 1911 (U.S.C., Title 16, sec. 521), do proclaim that all lands of the United States within the following-described boundaries shall be, and are hereby, included in, reserved as, and made a part of the Monongahela National Forest in the State of West Virginia, and that all lands within the said boundaries which may hereafter be acquired by the United States under the said act of March 1, 1911, as amended, shall, upon their acquisition, be permanently reserved and administered as a part of the Monongahela National Forest:

Beginning at the Fairfax Stone, a corner between Maryland and West Virginia, at the southwest corner of the State of Maryland; thence with the Grant-Tucker County line to the Western Maryland Railroad; thence with the Western Maryland Railroad to Route 32 at Thomas, West Virginia (all routes mentioned herein are State routes unless otherwise stated); thence with Route 32 to the corporation line of Davis, West Virginia; thence with the corporation line of Davis in southerly and easterly directions to the intersection of the corporation line with Blackwater River; thence down Blackwater River to the mouth of a branch about onehalf mile below Blackwater Falls; thence up branch to a point on line of tract 106; thence with tract 106, S. 71°39' E, 14.39 chains to corner 63 thereof; thence continuing with tract 106 to corner 1 of tract 135; thence with tract 135, S 89°58' E. 126.99 chains to corner 2; thence S 03°00' E, 37.15 chains to Route 35; thence leaving tract 135 and with Route 35 to the intersection with Route 37 at Cort

land, West Virginia; thence with Route 37 to Blackwater River; thence up Blackwater River to the mouth of Yokum Run; thence up Yokum Run to point on line of tract 21; thence with tract 21, N 11°26' E, 3.21 chains to corner 1; thence S 66°00' E, 259.47 chains to corner 1 of tract 38; thence with tract 88 to corner la of tract 21; thence with tract 21 to corner 4 of tract 319; thence with tract 319 to corner 6; thence leaving tract 319, S 73°00' E, to Jordan Run; thence down Jordan Run to the junction with the North Fork of the South Branch of the Potomac River; thence down the North Fork of the South Branch of the Potomac River to corner 31 of tract 194; thence with tract 194 to corner 33; thence leaving tract 194, and down the North Fork of the South Branch of the Potomac River to the junction with the South Branch of the Potomac River; thence down the South Branch of the Potomac River to Royal Glen Dam; thence approximately S 22°03' E, to a point in U.S. Route 220 a B. M. 1085; thence approximately S 33°50' W, 11 miles to point in old road at B. M. 1522; thence with old road to U.S. Route 220 at Upper Tract Bridge; thence with U.S. Route 220 to the intersection with Route 5; thence with Route 5 to corner 11 of tract 405a; thence with tract 405a and Route 5 to corner 16; thence leaving tract 405a and with Route 5 to corner 20 of tract 405a; thence with tract 405a and Route 5 to corner 21; thence leaving Route 5 and continuing with tract 405a to Route 5; thence leaving tract 405a and with Route 5 to a point about onehalf mile west of Harman Rocks; thence approximately N 8°45' E, to the Dolly schoolhouse; thence approximately N 20°10' E, to the intersection of Routes 9 and 9/2; thence with Route 9/2 to the intersection with Route 5/5; thence with Route 5/5 to the North Fork of the South Branch of the Potomac River; thence down to the North Fork of the South Branch of the Potomac River to the Mouth of Seneca Creek; thence up Seneca Creek approximately one-quarter mile to Route 28; thence with Route 28 approximately one-tenth mile to intersection with Route 5 at Mouth of Seneca, West Virginia; thence with Route 5 to the intersection with Route 6; thence with Route 6 to the Horton-Riverton Trail; thence with the Horton-Riverton Trail to a point on line of tract 38b; thence with tract 38b, S 38°58' W, 102.56 chains to corner 84; thence continuing with tract 38b to Route 15; thence leaving tract 38b and with Route 15 to the intersection with Route 28/9; thence with Route 28/9 to the intersection with Route 28; thence approximately East to the North Fork of the South Branch of the Potomac River; thence up the North Fork of the South Branch of the Potomac River to the junction of Laurel Fork and Straight Fork; thence up Straight Fork to the Virginia-West Virginia State line; thence with the Virginia-West Virginia State line to corner 1 of tract 550a; thence with tract 550a to corner 3; thence leaving tract 550a and by a straight line to corner 35 of tract 893; thence with tract 393 to corner 1 of tract 524; thence with tract 524 to corner 3; thence leaving tract 524 and with the divide between Anthony Creek and Howard Creek to a line of tract 507; thence with tract 507 to corner 1 of tract 547; thence with tract 547 to corner 16 of tract 497a; thence with tract 497a to corner 23; thence leaving tract 497a and by a straight line to corner 22 of tract 547; thence with tract 547 to corner 15; thence leaving tract 547 and up Greenbrier River to corner 46 of tract 497; thence with tract 497 to corner 47; thence leaving tract 497 and continuing up Greenbrler River to corner 5 of tract 446-1; thence with tract 446-I to corner 6; thence leaving tract 446-I and continuing up Greenbrier River to corner 1 of tract 579; thence with tract 579 to corner 23; thence leaving tract 579 and continuing up Greenbrier River to corner 21 of tract 579; thence with tract 579 to corner 15; thence leaving tract 579 and continuing up Greenbrier River to corner 11 of tract 579; thence with tract 579 to corner 10; thence leaving tract 579 and continuing up Greenbrier River to corner 96 of tract 437; thence with tract 437 to corner 98; thence leaving tract 437 and continuing up Greenbrier River to point on line of tract 437; thence with tract 437 to corner 103b; thence S 81°30' E., approximately 3.00 chains to point on line of tract 437; thence leaving tract 437 and continuing up Greenbrier River to a point on line of tract 354; thence with lines of tract 354, N 28°07' E., approximately 12.00 chains; thence N. 39°45' E., approximately 4.00 chains to point on line of tract 354; thence leaving tract 354 and continuing up Greenbrier River to Route 15/2; thence with Route 15/2 to corner of tract 482; thence with tract 482 in westerly and northerly directions to corner 14 of tract 351; thence with tract 351 to corner 17; thence leaving tract 351 and with road to gap in the divide between Laurel Run and Lewis Lick Run; thence in a westerly direction with the top of the mountain to tract 652; thence with tract 652 to the divide between Greenbrier and Williams Rivers; thence leaving tract 652 and with the divide to tract 659; thence with tract 659 to the divide between Greenbrier and Williams Rivers; thence leaving tract 659 and with the divide to corner 47 of tract 506; thence with tract 506 to corner 1 of tract 395; thence with tract 395 to corner 27; thence leaving tract 395 and with the divide to corner CA 1609; thence by a straight line to corner 40 of tract 395; thence with tract 395 to corner 48; thence leaving tract 395 and approximately S 29°40' W, to a point on the Greenbrier-Pocahontas County line about one mile southeast of angle in county line; thence approximately S 48°25' W, to Twin Sugars Knob; thence with the crest of Cold Knob Mountain to the Cold Knob Road; thence with the Cold Knob Road to Beech Ridge; thence leaving the Cold Knob Road and with the divide between Laurel

Creek on the north and east, and Clear Creek, Hominy Creek, Grassy Creek, Panther Creek, and Taylor Run on the south and west to Cherry River about one mile below the mouth of Laurel Creek; thence down Cherry River to the junction with Gauley River; thence up Gauley River to a line of tract 372; thence with tract 372 to corner 122; thence by straight line to the intersection of Route 15 and the old Summersville and Slavin Cabin Road; thence with the Old Summersville and Slavin Cabin Road to corner 13 of tract 478; thence with tract 478 to corner 18; thence leaving tract 478 and continuing with the old Summersville and Slavin Cabin Road to the junction with Route 15 in the gap between Kingfisher Creek and Sandy Run; thence with the divide between Elk and Gauley River to the western corner of tract 51a about one and one-half miles west of the Randolph-Webster County line; thence with tract 51a to Elk River; thence up Elk River to Route 49; thence with Route 49 to the intersection with Route 15; thence with Route 15 to the junction with U.S. Route 219; thence with U.S. Route 219 to the "Burnt Bridge" on Tygart Valley River; thence down Tygart Valley River to the mouth of Stalnaker Run; thence up Stalnaker Run to Route 24; thence with Route 24 to the junction with Route 33; thence with Route 33 to the junction with Route 30; thence with Route 30 to the juniction with Route 22; thence with Route 22 to the junction with Route 27; thence with Route 27 to a branch about one and one-half miles south of Alpena, West Virginia; thence leaving Route 27 and up branch to an old road on top of Shavers Mountain; thence with old road to Shavers Fork of Cheat River about one-fifth mile below the mouth of Wilson Run; thence down Shavers Fork of Cheat River to Route 9; thence with Route 9 to the top of Cheat Mountain; thence with the top of Cheat Mountain to the Panther Run Road; thence with the Panther Run Road to Cherrytree Fork; thence with road up Cherrytree Fork to corner 15 of tract 173; thence with tract 173 to corner 2 of tract 138; thence with tract 138 to corner 8; thence leaving tract 138 and with the top of Cheat Mountain to Corner 14 of tract 98; thence with tract 98 to corner 11; thence leaving tract 98 and with the top of Cheat Mountain to the corner between Barbour, Randolph, and Tucker counties; thence with the Barbour-Tucker County line to the Laurel Triangulation Station; thence leaving the county line and by a straight line to the intersection of Routes 8 and 19; thence with Route 19 to intersection with Route 6; thence with Route 6 to Cheat River; thence down Cheat River to the Preston-Tucker county line; thence with the Preston-Tucker county line to Route 112; thence with Route 112 to the intersection with Route 116; thence with the Horseshoe Run divide to corner 15 of the tract 87m; thence with tract 87m to a point on the Preston-Tucker county Une; thence leaving

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