Washington : Government Printing Office
By virtue of the authority vested in the President of the United States and delegated to the Secretary of the Interior in Executive Order 10355 (May 26, 1952; 17 F.R. 4831), it is ordered as follows:
The order of the Secretary of the Interior dated September 19, 1934 (54 I.D. 559, 563), temporarily withdrawing from disposal the undisposed-of lands on certain Indian reservations, including the Fort Peck Reservation in Montana, that had theretofore been "opened", or authorized to be "opened", to disposal under the public-land laws, or which were subject to mineral entry and disposal under the mining laws of the United States, and the order of the Assistant Secretary of the Interior dated November 5, 1935, continuing the temporary withdrawal of the undisposed-of "opened" lands on certain Indian reservations, including the Fort Peck Reservation in Montana, are hereby modified to the extent of permitting, where otherwise authorized by existing law, the allotment of such lands on the Fort Peck Reservation in Montana to individual Indians of that reservation.
MASTIN G. WHITE,
Acting Secretary of the Interior.