Executive Order No. 110 Series of 1914 Reserving Land in Wawa, Nasugbu for Lighthouse Purposes
THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS,
MANILA, November 30, 1914.
Pursuant to the provisions of Act Numbered Six hundred and forty-eight, Philippine Commission, entitled “An Act authorizing the Governor—General to reserve for civil public purposes and from sale or settlement, any part of the public domain not appropriated by law for special public purposes, until otherwise directed by law, and extending the provisions of Act Numbered Six hundred and twenty—seven so that public lands desired to be reserved by the Insular Government for public uses, or private lands desired to be purchased by the Insular Government for such uses, may be brought under the operation of the Land Registration Act,” I hereby reserve for lighthouse purposes and withdraw from sale or settlement the following-described parcel of public domain in the barrio of Wawa, municipality of Nasugbu, Province of Batangas, Island of Luzon, to wit:
Beginning at point marked 1 on plan In-128, N. 39º 43' W. 1,537.07 m. from B. L. L. M. No. 1, Nasugbu, thence S. 55º 19' W. 22.0 m to point 2; N. 35º 10' W. 22.2 m. to point 3; N. 54º 04' E. 22.42 m. to point 4; S. 34º 22' E. 22.69 m. to point 1, point of beginning.
Containing 497 square meters.
All points are marked by P. L. S./B. L. concrete monuments.
Bounded on northeast, southeast and northwest, by property of Antonio Rojas; on southwest, by beach.
Bearings true. Declination 0° 19' E.
Points referred to marked on plan In-128.
Surveyed April 3, 1914. Approved September 5, 1914-
NOTE. — Inside C. L. R. Case No. 102.
FRANCIS BURTON HARRISON,