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372 SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. II. Cns. 74, 75, 79. 1914.

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•¤. an M _' Eg law to both suc}; register end such receiver shall, ten days after e passage and approval of this Act, be paid to and accounted for by such registerm thesame manner and in like amounts in which they are now required to be pard to and accounted for by such receiver ggpatéhbe salary, fees, and commissions of such register shall not exceed per annum. m"“°‘°°’ °‘ '°°°"”· Sec. 2. That all 0Hicial and public books, papers, plats, records, and property of every description found and remaunniin the said land office ten days from and after the approval of this ct shall be delivered to the registerof the said office, who shall become the custodian of ihfmeagté, under the direction of the Commissioner of the General ce. Approved, May 2, 1914. ¥¤!2.i9!4· _ GHAP. '{5.—AnActAuth nzmg' th State f Califo ° '

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