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F IFTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. CHS. 756, 757, 852. 1903. 907 CHAP. 756.-An Act Extending the time for making proof and payment for all F€`¤!'¤¤¤’5’ 25, 1903- lands taken under the desert-land laws by the members of the Colorado Cooperative ElQf,`I§?,_§Q]gT Colony for a further period of three years. ` Be it enacted by the Senate and House of lfqvresentattves cfthe United States afAme¢·tca in Congress assembled, That the time fixed for mak- uf;?,);?}; C°°Pming final proof and payment for all lands located by the members of Time pxliénaea for the Colorado Cooperative Colony in an Act entitled "An Act for the Y§§"d°§,l'§§,, dm"' relief of the Colorado Cooperative Colony, to permit second home- V°l·31·P·***7· steads in certain cases, and for other pur ses," approved June fifth, nineteen hundred, and found at page twolhliindred and sixty-seven and the following, Volume Thirty-one, Revised Statutes of the United States, be, and the same is hereby, extended for a period of three years longer than the period fixed in said Act above described, to the same extent as if said first extension had been six instead of three years. . Approved, February 25, 1903. CHAP. 757.-An Act Granting the Central Arizona Railway Company a right of F¤l¤'¤¤Y ?·'>» 190% way for railroad purposes through the San Francisco Mountains Forest Reserve, in the Territory of Arizona. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Resentattves of the United _ States ofAmem'ca in Cbngress assembled, mt upon the conditions M?,°u}‘,w,,$,'$0‘§§,{S§§ herein named the Central Arizona Railway Company, a corporation *{,‘;*gt·Qa*}=°g¤;·iz0n8 existing under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, is hereby granted m11w _ company a right of way, conformably to the Act entitled "An Act granting to §‘§§,,gh_"gh° °f “"" railroads a right of way through the public lands of the United States," V°l·18·P·482· approved March third, eighteen hundred and seventy-five, and the existing regulations adopted thereunder, over and through the San Francisco Mountains Forest Reserve, in the Territory of Arizona, for _ a line of railroad from a point at or near F lagstaif, in the county of L°°“"‘°“· Coconino, Territory of Arizona, in a southwesterly direction by the most practicable route to the town of Jerome, in the county of Yavapai, Territory of Arizona, and thence in a southeasterly direction to the town of Globe, in the county of Gila, Territory of Arizona, with the right to construct and maintain all necessary side tracks, extensions, switches, spurs, and water stations: Pr0·v¢Sded, That as a condition to gooyxion t . . . . . o forest obtaining such right of way the said company shall be required to reserve. agree, in writing, to conform to such furt er regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary of the Interior for the purpose of protecting the said forest reserve and conserving the pupposes for w ich the reserve was established and is maintaine ; but said company shall . not be authorized to take or cut any timber within the limits of said forest reserve outside of its said right of way. Approved, February 25, 1903. CHAP. 852.-An Act To exempt from taxation certain property of the Daughters February 27, 1903. of the American Revolution in ¥Vashington, District of Co umbia. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of ltepresentattves cfthe United States cfzlmertca in Cbngress assembled, That the property situated g;¤nt;ipg¤fC¤1mbi¤· _ . ., . property of in square numbered one hundred and seventy-three, in Vi ashmgton Daughters ernmen- City, District of Columbia, occupied by the Daughters of the Ameri- §§‘gmI1;‘,gf,°}‘Q,§‘,§,“t,;',Q; can Revolution, be, and the same is hereby. exempt from all taxation ¤<>¤· so long as the same is so occupied and used, subject to the provisions V0!-19. @399- of Section eight of the Act approved March third, eighteen hundred and seventyseven, providing for exemptions of church and school property, and Acts amendatory thereof. Approved, February 27, 1903.