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SIXTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Cris. 143, 144. 1909. 627 one, thirty-two, and the northwest quarter of section thirty-three. And such gre; cis alpeasfl asgast as gomplete (fit: ig acquired, shall be permanen y e y the United States an s al be known as the Calaveras Bigtree National Forest and shall be administered, and pro- Nunetected, by the Secretary of Agriculture from the funds appropriated for the administration of National Forest land to prolong the existence, growth, and promote the reproduction of said big trees: Pre- vgdeog Tgé? {gis owrpaii oflland acquired hlereunder (phall copvey to t e ni ’ `tates tit e to any of the above- escribe areas approved for said national forest by the Secretary of Agriculture, the completeness of such title to be determined b the Secretary of the Interior in each case, and shall be reimbursed therefor only in any ,,i¤*>¤r¤¢¤¤¤¢ or all of three ways: They may be given the right to iile with the Sec- P ` rotary of the Interior, within sixty days after any such conveyance, selections for an Leqlual area of surveyed, unreservcd, unappropriated, nonmineral public ands which, if found sub]ect to such lieu se ection, and of a value substantially equal to that of the amounts conveyed, may be patented to said owners in lieu of the land conveyed, and if any selection is rejected other selections may be made under conditions applicable to the one rejected; or the Secretary of Agriculture may grant to any such conveying owner the right to cut from national forest land an amount of timber and wood, substantially equal to the amount of timber and wood_ on the land 'acquired by the Ilnited States _ under the provisions of this Act: ldroozded, That nothing contained N° ‘”‘°"'*"“°"· 1n this Act sha]; vtnrrgnt an appropriation from the Treasury to carry outt etermso t is ct. ‘ . Approved, February 18, 1909.

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