BY THE ACTING GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS‑
By authority of a resolution of the Philippine Commission, adopted January third, nineteen hundred and six, pursuant to the provisions of section twenty-one of the Friar Lands Act, Numbered Eleven hundered and twenty, authorizing the Governor-General to issue a proclamation designating any tract or tracts of certain lands, commonly known as friar lands, as nonalienable, and reserve the same for public use, I hereby withdraw from sale, lease, or other disposition, and reserve around the monument erected where Colonel Harry Clay Egbert, Twenty-second Infantry, United States Army, was killed in the engagement of Malinta, Province of Bulacan, Island of Luzon, Philippine Islands, the following described tract of land, a portion of the Malinta Friar Estate, in the municipality of Polo, Province of Bulacan, Island of Luzon Philippine Islands, to wit :
Starting at the center of the said Egbert Monument, thence north fifty meters to a point on the northern boundary, the point of beginning; thence east fifty meters to the northeast corner of the reservation; thence south one hundred meters to the southeast corner of the reservation; thence west one hundred meters to the southwest corner of the reservation; thence north one hundred meters to the northwest corner of the reservation; and thence east fifty meters to the point of beginning; containing one hectare. All bearings refer to true meridian.
Said tract to be known as the Egbert Monument Reserve.
Done at the city of .Manila, this twelfth day of January, nineteen hundred and six.
HENRY C. IDE,
Acting Governor General.
By the Acting Governor-General:
A. W. FERGUSSON, Executive Secretary.
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