Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 42 Part 1.djvu/1472

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SIXTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. IV. Cus.245, 246. 1923. 1445 CHAP. 245.-An Act For the relief of certain homestead entryman. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the [ fh°' N°`m'] United States of America in Oongreeg assembled, That aniys home- §“,§,‘;{§·'g§’· ,,,7, stead entryman of one hundred and sixty acres or less of lan which ?:=d<>¤£“&kg¤¤¤¤s··¤¤, have been or may hereafter be designated or classified b_y the Secre— mmm niowou mmtary of the Interior as subject to entry under the provisions of the §{",§{, ;,“},',§,‘,‘}}’$ En urged Homestead Act of February 19, 1909, or June 17, 1910, mgggsy- W who has not submitted iinal proof upon his existing entry, and any vofasjfiml homestead entryman who has submitted final proof, or received patent, for such an amount of lands which have been or ma hereafter be designated or classified by the Secretary of the Iiiterior as of the character described in said Act, and who owns and resides upon the said homestead entry, where said lands are within a. national forest, may make an additional entry for and obtain patent to such an amount of land, of that same character, not in a national forest, and within a radius of twent miles from said homestead entry, as, when the area thereof is added to the area of the ori al entry, will not exceed three hundred and twenty acres, and resiglnce _ upon the orignal entry shall be credited on both entries; but culti- °““‘““°° ’°'*“""’· vation must made on the additional entry as r uired by said Act. For the urposes of this Act the Secretary of thetlnterior is author- ¤1:.es°1ie£ ized to dhsignate as subject to the Enlarged Homestead Acts lands ‘“'“"· embraced, at the time of such designation, within valid subsisting entéries within nation;] forestsi f amy nc. 2. at any omestea entryman 0 one hundred and sixty` M- mg- ' acres or less of lands which have been or may hereafter be desig· @,m{¤ {lst-¤lt¤¤¤hdd,£ nated or classified by the Secretary of the Interior as subject to entry mtry maui: www under the provisions of the Stock Raising Homestnad Act of De- '?"%,.$.l",,,;°,:,,?,_'“*"' °‘. cember 29, 1916, who has not submitted Hnal proof upon his existing ¤‘·°°·P·¤¤‘*- n entry, and also any homestead entryman w o has submitted fin proof or received patent, for such an amount of lands that are of the character described as subject to entry under the provisions of the said Stock Raising Homestead Act, and who owns and resides upon the said homestead entry, where said lands are within a national forest, may make an additional entry for and obtain patent to such an amount of land of that same character, not in a national forest and within a radius of twenty miles from said homestead entry, as, when the area thereof is a ded to_the area of the original entry, will not exceed six hundred and forty acres, and residence upon the original entry shall be credited on oth entries; q,]$§f°'°’° °°”'* but improvements must be made on the additional entry equal to Dmmm n mock $1.25 for each acre thereof. For the puigposes of this Act the Sec- raising h0(;I1:!t0I\'l retary of the Interior is authorized to esngnate under the Stock ‘““’· Raising Homestead Act lands embraced, at the time of such desig- , nation, within valid subsisting entries within national forests. Approved, March 4, 1923. "‘*_' mom im. CHAP. 246.-An Act To provide for the reclamation of the United States Military Resemoon, Fort De Busy, Hooonuu, Hmm, iP¤*>¤¤· N¤~ 4**-1 Be it enacted b the Senate and House of Re esentati/ves of the United States of i{1mev·z2·a in 0'mngreas aaaemble¢£rThat such portion ,,r$$f*D° R"“"’H°'* of the United States Military Reservation, Fort De Russy, Honolulu, Hawaii, as is low, marshy, or insanitary shall be filled in and raised 1¤¤<1¤¤ir¤¤crv¤¢i¤¤· to the grade of other marshlands now in process of reclamation by the Territory of Hawaii in the immediate vicinity of sand reservation, and for this purpose there_1s hereby authorized to be expended under the direction or supervision of the Secretary of War a sum not to exceed $100,000. Approved, March 4, 1923.