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`84 SIXTY—SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. Gus. 75, 7'{. 1912. ` ,1*-.,, *6.**, go thirty-two hundrlgli and fovrity-thiee, hundred and sac-aaa. n an twen -nine as ““*¤·~%$_ _: ·#— °&..-2§·‘3? .{.’.‘i’r..l‘;§.. to mei.3 gum ' ¤~ an -eigh' t,thirty' our an to_tl;urty` ~our un

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tes, an o_ provisions _ wx I0·lBI!l8l ven f 'arehere madeteexten to innd inclurclae mllcaypgyutoutln taxesimposad Act to the articles upon which an ;to the persons upon whom they are imposed. “*°'•°*’°'¥*·”"— Sec. lg. That this Act shall take egglet on Juliyediirst, tnihgeticen hum'; tlnrj exec as vi in t; an ` - to its applicatiopii to tl: sale or{·e§n&)val of white phgiaiphorus gnatc manufacturers, asdtgf it shall take act on anuary mneteen un an n. Approved, ’A;n·il 9,1912.

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d‘§§ Sides of almeriea in Uongrgs   at any ;;’l'Sq(£1 whowlias

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 be extendddfora pin? of one yearin the sami  

_ M pr the Iastpa ent and all other palyments must be made am. within a pmodnot exceesg one year after the ast payment becomes due by the terms of the Act under which the eng was made; that all moneys paid for interest as herem provided sh be deposited in the d Treasury to the credit the Indians as a part of the proceeds received ,,Q"""‘°"*°" ‘ for the land: provided furt7w1-, That any entryman who has resided upon and the land embraced m his entry forthetpenod of time required by law in order to make commutation proo , may make proof, and if the same is approved, further residence and cultivation °°'“”“°°•~ will not be required: Promsed, That any and all paym tg must bg made whe¤ due unless the entryman applies for an extension and pays mterest at live per centum per annum m advance u on the ?.?¤‘1°Y‘.§$‘¤€`$?.¤”.’;°.‘I.‘»P?°I‘h`Z°°’m.»n.““ "°‘°"‘ ’““}.'..'3° """"°1l)",.l““.,."‘.,}, 0 nee hmmm M W wigh th; p§;>·nds hereof. sk P P B Q m nm ” nc. .’ at 'ureto ymentth t be p the same be estended, or I2 m3L1ZnI;extended:>a%}ent sind; {gil; the time to which such payment has been extended as herein provided will forfeit the entryand thesame shall becanceled, and any and all pagments theretofore made shall be forfeited. · _;•£$*••¤*•*”* nci£3i. _That afect any valid adverse pamage o t. Approved, April 13, 1912. c