Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 34 Part 3.djvu/394

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PROCLAMATIONS, 1906. 3211 presented at the land office at Lander, \Vy0ming, in the land district in which the said lands are situated and will be considered in their numerical order during the first day, and the applications of those drawing numbers 101 to 200, inclusive, entitling them to make homestead entries, must be presented and will be considered in their numerical order during the second day, and so on, Sundays excluded, at the rate of 100 such applications per day until and including August twenty-fifth, nineteen hundred and six; on and after August . twenty-seventh, nineteen hundred and six, such applications will be considered in like manner at the rate of 120 per day, Sundays A excluded, until and including September sixth, nineteen hundred and six; on and after September seventh, nineteen hundred and six, such applications will be considered at the rate of 140 per day, Sundays excluded, until and including September eighteenth, nineteen — hundred and six; on and after September nineteenth, nineteen hundred and six, such applications will be considered at the rate of 160 per day, Sundays excluded, until and including September twenty- ninth, nineteen hundred and six; and on and after October one, nine- » teen hundred and six, such applications will be considered at the rate cf 170 per day, Sundays excluded, until and including October thirteenth, nineteen hundred and six, the expiration of the sixty day eriod. · P If any applicant fails to appear and present his application to s,,,$‘l““’° “’ p‘°’ make a homestead entry, when the number assigned to him by the drawing ismeached, his application to enter will be passed until after the other applications assigned to that day have been disposed of when he will, on that day be given another opportunity to make entry, and if he fails to do so he will be deemed to have abandoned ` his right to make entry under such drawing. To obtain the allowance of a homestead entry each a plicant will ,,e,§;§§§l‘f,§‘,fl°@{,,t,§f ‘ personally present the certificate of registration theretofgre issued to cate him, together with a regularhomestead application and the necessary accompanying proofs,,together with the regular land office fees, but an honorably discharged soldier or sailor may file his declaratory statement through his agent, who can represent but one soldier or sailor as in the matter of registration. _ ·· The production of the certificate of registration will be dispensed E“"‘°”· with only upon satisfactory proof of its loss or destruction. If, at ' the time of considering the 1'€gl1l2\1‘ application to enter, it appears that the applicant is disqualified from nnakinghomestead entry on . these lands his application will be rejected notwithstanding his prior registration. If any applicant shall register more than once hereunder or in any other than his true name, or shall transfer his registration certificate, he will thereby lose all the benefits of the registration and drawing herein provided for and will be precluded from entering or settling upon any of said lands during the first sixty days following the opening. Persons who make homestead entries for any of the ceded lands P’*°‘°· within two years after the opening of the same to entry shall pay one dollar and fifty cents per acre for the lands embraced in their entries and for all of the ceded lands thereafter entered under the homestead laws the sum of one dollar and twenty-five cents per acre shall be paid, payment in all cases to be made as follows: Fifty cents per acre at the time of making entry and twenty-five I’¤Y¤**>¤*¤· cents per acre each year thereafter until the price per acre hereinbe- ` fore provided shall have been fully paid. Upon all entries the usual fees and commissions shall be paid as' provided for in the homestead F°°¤· laws on lands the price of which is one dollar and twenty-five cents per acre.