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DINOSAUR NATIONAL MONUMENT
UTAH Embracing the NW.4 of the SE.4 and the NE.4 of the SW.4 of Sec. 26, (Unsurveved) in T. 4S., R.23 E., Salt Lake Mer.
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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
Franklin K.Lane, Secretary
GENERAL LAND OFFICE
Excluded lands re
01 Congress approved
priations for sundry civil expenses of the Government for the fiscal
Area for prospective approved June twenty-fifth, nineteen hundred and ten (36 Stat.. Vol. 36, p. 847. 847), entitled “An Act To authorize the President of the United States to make withdrawals of public lands in certain cases", as amended by the Act approved August twenty-fourth, nineteen hundred and twelve (37 Stat., 497), the public lands in the following described areas are hereby temporarily withdrawn for classification and pending consideration by Congress of proposed legislation to set such lands apart as a game refuge, such withdrawal to be effective Description. on the termination of the National Forest: In Township twentyfour (24) South, Range thirty-three (33) West, Sections. twenty-five (25), twenty-six (26), and thirty-five (35); and in Township twentyfive (25) South, Range thirty-three (33) West, Sections one (1) and two (2);
And I do further proclaim and make known that in my judgment stored to homestead it is proper and necessary in the interest of equal opportunity and S good administration that for a period of sixty days from and including December 1, 1915, the remaining public lands subject to disposition in the area theretofore constituting the Kansas National Forest should be disposed of to actual settlers only under the general provisions of the homestead laws and of the Act of Congress approved February nineteenth, nineteen hundred and nine, entitled "An Act 38, p. 532: "Vol. 37, p. to provide for an enlarged homestead," and acts amendatory, as
666; Vol. 38, p. 956.'
Vol. 38. D. 453. extended to the State of Kansas by the Act approved March third, nineteen hundred and fifteen (38 Stat., 953), and pursuant to the authority reposed in me by the aforesaid act of September 30, 1913, I do hereby direct and provide that such lands, subject to valid rights and the provisions of then existing withdrawals, shall from and including December 1, 1915, until and including January 29, 1916, be entered, settled upon and occupied in the following manner and not otherwise:
Units of antries. 1. The lands shall be disposed of in units and fractional units. The contiguous land subject to disposition in the north or south half of any section shall be deemed a unit if it makes as much as 320 acres and a fractional unit if it makes less than that area.
2. Applications for 2. On and after November 1, 1915, any person who is qualified homestead entries. to make entry or additional entry under the general provisions of the homestead laws or of the said act of February 19, 1909, may execute and present an application to make entry thereunder, or any person who is qualified to make entry under such laws and
R.S., secs. 2304, 2305, entitled to the benefits of Sections 2304, 2305 and 2307 of the Revised 2307, p. 422. Statutes of the United States may file a declaratory statement, for the land in any unit or fractional unit, or the land in two or more contiguous fractional units if the combined area does not exceed 320 acres and conforms to the requirements of said act of February 19, 1909, and in the case of applications to make additional homestead entry the land applied for should not exceed the additional area the applicant is entitled to enter and where so required should be contiguous to the land previously entered. No applicant will be permitted to omit any unentered part of a unit or fractional unit for the purpose of including therein a part of another or different unit or fractional unit. The applicant may, if he desires to enter less than 320 acres, apply for any legal subdivision or subdivisions, compact in form, of a unit or fractional unit. Where entries have been made
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