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106 SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sam. II. Gus. 100-102. 1912. said, and no application for the entry of said lands received until after the expiration of the ninety days after the issuance of notnce within which the entryman is hereby required to reestablish lus residence and apply for water right. Approved, April 30, 1912. A ’°·"”· CIA! .--· uthonzmg' the S of the Interior to t further »-.; extension; to make proof°c1o•i1¤iir¢i,eert»land entries. pm c, 0. _ [ Be it enacted by the Senate and House;3‘1i'1e£resentatioes of the United rssuenaar. ‘ States of America in Congress assemb , at the of the ,,,’Q'}‘,‘{,,,,,.°‘*E‘Q,°,{‘*§ Interior ma , in his discretion, in addition to the extension authorized l•¤·i•¤*-¤‘*¤* by existinglaw, grant to any entggan under the desert-land laws a v°u°'°`u` further extension of the time wi· which he is required to make num final roof: Provided That such entryman shall, b has corroborated P _ 1 , , { . ¤§•T•'¤i‘w:•=7 h affidavit filed m the land office of the district w ere such land is located show to the satisfaction of the Secretary that because of unavoidable delay in the construction of irrigation worlrs intended to convey water to the land embraced in his entry he is, without fault on his art unable to make proof of the reclamation and cultivation of saidlands as uired by law within the time limited therefor; but such extension srllilill not be granted for a period of more than years, and thisAct shall not affect contests initiated for a vahd exist-

  • -“¤“ °' °"'”"*°'*- mg reason: Provided, That the total extension of the statutory period

for making final proof that may be allowed in any one case under Act, and any other existing statutes of either general or local application, shall be limited to six years in the aggregate. Approved, April 30, 1912. A iso. 1912. · · ' T%§:;L::8?L} uBg§£§fi:n03.—hn ActfTo authorize the Director of the Census tocollect andpub- Bei!enactedby theSenateandHouseq/'Bepresentativeaqft7w Urvited §:¤mg{}:{*;:¤-m States of America in Congress assembled. That the Director of the Cenof iii: ¤>¤mK°i¤ sus be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to collect and pub- 2,"§}'..§’,{.§L"""‘ °“" lish, in addition to the tobacco reports now being made by him, sta- P¤•¢· r· *77- tistics of the quantity of leaf tobacco in all forms in the United States in the ossession of all persons who are dealers or manufacturers, other than the original growers of tobacco, to be summarized and returned by the ho der to the Director of the Census as of the dates ¤•¤¤¤¤¤• ¤¤¤¤v· of October first and April first of each year, provided that the Director of the Census shall not be required to coHect statistics of leaf tobacco from any manufacturer of tobacco who in the preceding calendar year, according to the returns to the Commissioner of Intemal Revenue, manufactured less than fifty thousand pounds of tobacco, or from any manufacturer of cigars who during the preceding calendar year manufactured less than two hundred and fifty thousand cigars, or from any manufacturer of cngarettes who during the preceding calendar year manufactured less than one m1ll1on cilgarettes, or from any dealer in loaf tobacco who, on the average, had ess than fifty thousand pounds in stock at the ends of the four quarters of the receding calendar w;°¤;S¤'¤•• ¤¤ M year, and every manufacturer of tobacco who, in the precedin calendar year, iiccording to the retum of the Commissioner of lgiternal Revenue manufactured more than fifty thousand pounds of tobacco, and every manufacturer of cigars who, during the preceding calendar year, manufactured more than two hundred and fifty thousand cigars, and every manufacturer of crgarettes who, during the preceding calendar year, manufactured more than one million cigarettes, and every dealer in or manufacturer of leaf tobacco who, on'an average, during