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80 SIXTY·SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ons. 73, 74. 1912. ¤¤•¤¤=¤¤¤•- children in the several States and Territories. But no odicial, or t, or representative of said bureau shall, over_the objectron_of Euhead of the famgy, enter any house used exclusrvelyps a famuig P¤¤¤·¤¤¢· residence. Thechi ofsandbureaumayfromtametotrmepub the results of these investgauons in such manner and to such extent as may be rescribed by e of Commerce and Labor. 0¤¤•¤¤¤•· Sec. 3. 'lrhat there be in said bureau, until otherwise provided for by law, an assistant chief, to appointeduliy the Secretary of Commerce and Labor, who shall receive an_ann compematmn of two thoussmd four hundred dollars; one private secretary to the chief of the bureau, who shall receive an annual compensation of one thousand five hundred dollars; one statistical expert, at two thousand dollars; two clerks of class four; two clerks of class three; one clerk of class two; one clerk of class one; one clerk, at one thousand dollars; one co t, at nine hundred dollars; one special agent, at one thou— YE . sand fgnr hundred dollars; one special agent at one thousand two ` laundred dollars, and one msenger at eight hundred and forty ""°"""""· Sec. 4. That the Secretary of Commerce and Labor is hereby directed to furnish sufficient quarters for the work of this bureau at an annual rental not to exceed two thousand dollars. ""'°'· Sm. 5. ThatthisActshaHtakeeifect andbemforcefromand after its passage. Approved, April 9, 1912. °'m2‘ GEL?. 74.—AnAct’1'oauth the Secretaryof thelnteriaartoaecureiorthe

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Be·i¢emrdedby theSenalea1ndHmrseo R cecntatives of the United ,§‘§_‘“““° N‘°‘°“" States of America in Oongreee {Kt the of the m¤¤*¤gg¤*,¢:¤;§_g Interior for the pnngese of eliminating private holdings wrthm the wand;. Yosemite National ark and the preservation mtact of the natural "'*“·l*“*· timber alxthe roads in the scenic portions of the park, both on patented park lands, is hereby empowered, m his discretion, to obtain for the United States the comp ete title to any or all of the lands hdd m private ownershipwithin the boundaries of said park, by the exchange of decayed or matured timber, that can be removed from such parts of the park as will not affect the scenic beauty thereof, n• °il:L' f¤!' of egual value held in private ownership therein, and also, - in hm discretion, to exchange for timber standing near the public msg: oéitpxatenateic-d lands timber of equal value on park lands in other p o e p . ,.,”{‘:"‘*"‘“°" °' Sec. 2. 'l`hat the value of patented lands within the park offered in exchange, and the value of the timber on ark lands proposed to be given m exchange for such patented lanmg, shall be ascertained in such manner as the Secretary of the Interior may, in his discretion, direct, and all expenses mei ent to ascertaining such values shall be ggrd by the owners of said patented lands, and such owners shall, fore any exchange is effective, furnish the Secretary of the Interior evrdence satisfactory to him of title to the patented lands offered in m';{:;¤;,“;.,“‘§;°g{ exchange, and if the value of the timber on park lands exceeds the ud. value of the patented lands deeded to the Government in the exchange such excm shall be aid to the Secretary of the Interior by the owners of the patented) lands before any of the timber is removed from thelpark, and shall be deposited and covered into the Treasury as_m1sce aneous receipts. The same course shall be ursued m relation to exchange for timber standing near public roadii on §,“'f*•~m , atented lands for timber to be exch ved on ark l : P omded' Put- no ° That the lands conve ed to the Go:i;nmentPunderaut$s Adt shall become a part of the {osemite National Park.