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78 SIXTY—SECOND CONGRESS. Sus. II.- Gus. 67, 69, 70. ‘1912. or parcel of the public domain not exceeding one guarter section which in his judgment, it would be prgiper to exglose or sale_ after at least thirty days’ noticetgg the land officers of e district m_which ,Q'g§,*;°{;,m,u, W such may be situa { Provuled, That any legal subdivisions of r¤¤sn1a¤sm•¤J¤i¤· the public land, not exceeding one uarter section, the greater part of "" °"°“ which is mountainous or too ror:$h‘ior cultivation, may, in the discretion of said commissioner, be 0 ered into the market and sold (gui-- suantto this Actupou the application of any person who owns lan or holds a valid entry of, lands adjoining such tract, regardless of the that such tract may not be isolated or disconnected withm the meaning V·¤¤¤ ¤¢¤¤· of this Act: P:·o»t»zg:1‘{fun-ther, That this Act shall not defeat any v right which has al y attachedunder any pending entry or location." Approved, March 28, 1912. mn. _ ___ · · _._..n__¤?_1§ ml APah'd?l:¤l?mgmmg‘ “"°°.,.}‘““‘2$£.§‘$’...F4‘2.°t‘i.’;"i..." "°“:'..‘ Q2 Bit¢1¢adedby theSmate MH Re entati lhelfited ,,,§,",f"*"* ’“‘ “Static of America in Conga.; s¤1i:’o?‘th.ree hun-

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§",{’_ °"° °*“‘“°‘“· to be ezgended imder the direction of the Secretary of War in accord- P•¢.va ¤·¤. ¤&¤=· ance the gms, specincations, and recommendations of the Miszilisippi Riverf minission, as approved by the Chief of the levees on the Mississipp:'l1fivl¢;lr0betweeu gg H$P:tPPasses and Cape Girardeau, · Approved, April 3, 1912. A 6. GHAP.70.—An theSecre oitheln permi

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