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502 SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Snse. II. Ch. 373. 1912. vention, and his determination shall be conclusive u the question; and such proclamation may be modified, amendedzmdr revoked by groclasiation of the President whenever, in his judgment, it is eem expedient. pt!] O!

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