Reconveyance of Granted Lands, Southern Oregon Co: Hearing Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on the Public Lands, House of Representatives, Sixty-fifth Congress, Second Session, on H. R. 8625, Friday, February 8, 1918

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1918 - Land grants - 8 pages
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Page 5 - Orgeon, as in said acts provided, to have been constructed and completed, patents for said lands shall issue in due form to the State of Oregon as fast as the same shall, under said grants, be selected and certified, unless the State of Oregon shall by public act have transferred its interests in said lands to any corporation or corporations...
Page 5 - That In all cases when the roads in aid of the construction of which said lands were granted are shown by the certificate of the governor of the State of Oregon, as in said acts provided, to have been constructed and completed, patents for said lands shall issue in due form...
Page 5 - ... interests in said lands to any corporation or corporations, in which case the patents shall issue from the General Land Office to such corporation or corporations upon their payment of the necessary expenses thereof : Provided, That this shall not be construed to revive any land grant already expired nor to create any new rights of any kind except to provide for issuing patents for lands to which the State is already entitled.
Page 5 - ... said grants, be selected and certified, unless the State of Oregon shall by public act have transferred its interests in said lands to any corporation or corporations, in which case the patents shall issue from the General...
Page 2 - CARL HAYDEN, Arizona. DENVER S. CHURCH, California. CC DILL, Washington. JAMES H. MAYS, Utah. JOHN N. TILLMAN, Arkansas. HARRY L. GANDY, South Dakota. JEFF: McLEMORE, Texas. JAMES V. McCLINTIC, Oklahoma.
Page 5 - STATEMENT OF HON. WILLIS C. HAWLEY, A REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF OREGON. Mr. HAWLEY. I shall be very brief,' and shall take only such time as you have available.

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