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3228 1>RocLAMAT1oNs, 1906. made, with other nations (exception being made only of the special · advantages conceded to Portugal), by which action, in the judgment of the President, reciprocal and equivalent concessions are_establ1shed in favor of the said products and manufactures of the United States; 8p§,f§,'{_°°‘,¥0§§_§}’S_°“ N OWV, THEREFORE, be it known that I, THEODORE V<>1-3g»¤·203- ROOSEVELT, President of the United States of America, acting under the authority conferred by the third section of the Tariff Act of the United States, approved July 24, 1897, do hereby suspend, during the continuance in force of the said concessions by the Govern- V ment of Spain, the imposition and collection of the duties imposed by the first section of said Act upon the articles hereinafter specified, being the products of the soil or industry of Spain; and do declare in place thereof the followin rates of duties provided in the third seetion of said Act to be in goroe and effect on and after September 1, 1906, of which the officers and citizens of the United States will take due notice, namely: ‘·§;}*§{$¤p¤gg°4*€d· Upon argols, or crude Tartar, or wine lees, crude, five per centum ` ’` ad valorem. Upon brandies, or other spirits manufactured or distilled from

 or other materials, one dollar and seventy-five cents per proof

on. gaUpon still wines, and vermuth, in casks, thirty-five cents per gallon; in bottles or jugs, per case of one dozen bottles or jugs containing each not more than one quart and more than one pint, or twenty-four bottles or jugs containing each not more than one pint, one dollar and twenty-five cents per case, and any excess beyond these quantities A found in such bottles or jugs shall be subject to a duty of four cents per int or fractional part thereof, but no separate or additional duty shall)be assessed upon the bottles or jugs. Upon paintings in oil or water colors, pastels pen and ink drawings, and statuary, fifteen per centum ad valorem. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and . caused the seal of the United States to be ailixed. DONE at the City of Washington this 27 day of August, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and six, and [snail.] of the Inde ndence of the United States of America the one hundrede and thirty-first. i Truzovom-: Roosavnur By the President; Anvnr A. Amex-: Acting Sccrv{¢1ry of State. September r 1906- Br Tm: Pamsrnsxr or rm; Uxiran Smras or IXBIERICA. A PROCLAMATION. Umm: Indian WTHEREAS, the Secretar of the Interior, on Jul 11 1905 un

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$3}: Pb_7,,*;h_ by the act of March 3, 1903 32 Stats., 982, 998). and March 3, 1905 Vch 33; it 1069. (33 Stats., 1048, 1069). reserved certain lands ins the former Uintah Indian Reservation in Utah, including Lots 2 and 13 in Sec. 10, T. 2 V S., R. 1 E., containing 8.80 acres, for the Uintah Indian Grazinc RB. Arne, v. 3119. serve; and whereas, the President of the United States in his cproc-— lamation of July 14, 1905, opening the lands in the said Uintah Reservation to settlement and entry, excepted from such opening the dgujvid E¤k¢*¤<>¤ lands included in said grazing reserve; and whereas one David Eskelson was, on September 26, 1905, erroneously allowed to include in his