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" Government Land Law. All men and women over' "2Í years of age, widows, and : per sons under 21 years of age who are the heads of families, who are not owners of more than 160 acres of land, who are citizens or have declared their intention . to become citizens of the United States are qualified to make a homestead entry. Not later than six months from date of entry the homestead claimant must establish his resi dence upon the land, and : after fourteen months of actual resi dence, if he has resided upon and cultivated the land, can commute or pay for the land at the rate of $1.25 per acre, when the claim ant will receive patent to the land from the government. It claim ant does not wish to commute, he can reside continuously upon the land five years, and upon filling proof that he has done so, will receive a patent to the land. Soldiers who served in the war of the rebellion, the Spanish or the Philippine wars are entiled to have the time of service i not exceeding four years counted , as residence on the land. The widow of a deceased isol dier who never used his home stead right, can make a soldifer.'s homestead entry and is required to reside personally on the land . for one year. If a widow of a deceased soldier has died i or again married, his minor child-. ren, through a guardian, jean make a soldier's homestead en try. . If á homestead claimant dies, the land goes to the widow, if he leaves one; if not to his heirs. Neither the widow nor the hirs ; are required to live on the land but must keep up the improv ments. !. Any homesteader, who by fail ure of crops, sickness or any other unavoidable casualty is tin able to make a living íor himéelf and family on his claim, can se cure a leave of absence not ex ceeding one year. When a leave of absence is granted, the time the settler is absent must be made up at the end of five ye?irs residence and cultivation requir ed by law. Game and Fish Laws Of the Territory or New Mexicoj as amended by the 37th Legislative As sembly and in force from and . after March 21st, 1907. ' j;;.. . . : ' OPEN SEASON FOR GAME. j " Deer with hornswith gun only; October 15th to November 30th of each year, Limit, one deer. Penalty, $100 fine and 60 days imprisonment. Elk, Mountain Sheep, Beaver, Ptarmigan; killing, capturing or injuring prohib ited at all times, Penalty, $500 fine and 90 days imprisonment. j . . Antelope, Pheasants, Bob White Quail, Wild Pigeon; protected until March 13, 1910. Penalty, $100 fine and 60 days imprisonment. j r Turtle Dove with gun only; July 15th to May 1st of each year. Penalty, $100 fine and 60 days imprisonment. -, Wild Turkey, Mountain Grouse, Prairie Ghicken with gun only; Oqto ber, November and December of each year. Penalty, $100 fine and 60 days imprisonment. . - Quail (native or crested) with gun only; October, November, December and January of each year. Penalty, $100 fine and CO days imprisonment. . Song and Insectivorous Birds; kill ing or injury prohibted. Penalty, $50 fine and 30; days imprisonment. OPEN SEASON FOR FISH. Mountain Trout (all species) with rod, hook and line only; May 15th to October 15th of each year. Size limit, not less than 6 inches. Weight limit. 15 pounds per day. Penalty, $50 fine and W) days imprisonment. Bass (large and small mouth SDec- tes) with rod, hook and line only; May l&th to October 15th of each year Weight limit, 25 pounds per dav. Penalty, $59 fine and 60 days impris onment. Unlawful to sell, or expose or offer for sale, or for anv common rorner, express company, agent or employe thereof, to receive or have in possession or transport for market any game animals, birds or fish pro tected by law in this Territory. Pen alty, $100 fine.' - The use of dynamite, drugs, or per mitting saw dust to pass into any of the public waters of this Territory in wnicn are game food fish is a felonv Trespassing on posted private prop erty prohibited. Penalty, $100 fine hasta Mayo 13, 1910.' Pena $100.' mul Tórtolas solo con fusil; Julio 15 a Pena, $100 y 60 dias de encarcelamie- County Proceedings. ; July 6, 1908. , The board met in regular session and present the Hon. Juan de Mata Mares, president: Demacio Tafova and Genrce Kantistavan. members; Juan Navarro, secretary, by his deputy K H. Biern baum and Juan B. Martinez: shpriff. The previous proceedings were read and approved. They pro ceed to the dispatch of business. Accounts Approved. New Mexican Print. Co., for books for the Inspt. of roads ' $ 4.24 New Mexican Print. Co. j for books for the tax assessor - 12.69 New Mexican Print. Co., for jstationeryfor superintendent 3. 65 Albuqeerque Morning Journal for bill . .. 6.24 Now comes a petition of Mrs'. Mollie P. Schmidt, over the. levy made to the estate of Schmidt by the board of commissioners, sub stanciatiner the Drotest bv three affidavits mnfo lw Ronmoir TTnn. u A V ' uufi.. mjj VIVVtgVI -LX. XI U XX ker, J. Rafael Aguilar and Manuel Patenghe. The board takes the protest against the levy under consideration and after a good inves tigation the Board dismisses the nrntpst HTif cucfaina fVia arts) on. . u ,f u u U WVXUhJ UUV UIXJ.VX. tion taken by the levy of said Board during the June term of Court t nno Now comes Jose C. Baca, asrent for TrímñaA n Ho Ra -a,hn t.oa 7 ZJ . v HUU 1 1U1 been injured in the levy of the county commissioners board in pre- uinut no. anu enierea into an agreement in aforesaid taxes.' Real estate - - - - . . jtwos on Personal property - -j . . .. . . 240.00 Now the Board takes under consideration the bill of Felix Trujilfó who informs us that his taxes were nninstlv inomaaaA t ti'innn -J""'J M--M.. MIVJVXA . VKS Va JLV'-'V The Board orders that such increase should be corrected to the sum of $80.00. '; Now comes Abino Maes and savs thai, his tYoa uu IT VX V U1V1 UOV.U IAJ the sum of $500.00 in merchandise which were assessed and in that he returned the proper amount in his return to the Assessor. The Board gives its attention and orders that the increase of $50(1 00 ho cut down. 1 Now (mmps .Tna.n Tmnnoin Tin-ran nnrl oaxra that. Viía fnno - t n ' " ' "ltJJ' " VlltMU 1UÍ3 whAViy Ull ItTCtil estate were increased $150.00 the board orders that the increase be cut down to $75.00. : , In the assessment of Pedroj Sanchez, who was increased to $50.00 the board orders to cut down;the $50.00. Tn thp asspssmpnt of S " " r l"J "Vf lllVytatU ÜUfÜOU.ÜU the board ordered it cut down $22.50 In the assessment of Ces$ario Castillo who was increased to $325.00 the board orders to cut down $50.00. t . . In the assessment of Romei-o y Walker who was increased to $860.00, the board ordered it cut down to $510. Tn thp asspssmpnt nf TiVi.lipifi.nn CluAia-nr-av -mVtn mna a - ' - " v.v.iiv ijj i. iiyj v cwc iuxcaiacU LA) $130, the board ordered it cut down to $95.00. In the assessment of Mrs. J. Regensburg to 391.50. the board or ders to cut down to $260. I The court adjourded until 2 p. m. July 7th 1908. - July 7, 1908. The Board meets with a quorum present and nropppda t dis patch of business. I - In the matter of the assessment of John W. Tvler. orecinr.t No 22. John W. Tyler presents a petition aerainst the inr.rpasÁ Triarla bv the board. The board takes this " w- w.xu.uvxuiuivu TV 1 Víí i. 1 Tyler and the board dismisses the protest and Mr. Tyler appeals to me i erriTOnai Doara oí Hiquanzaiion. . ; In the assessment of Henry Laumbach who was raised to $173.50 the board orders cut down $173.50. In the assessment of Jose Alvino Tinrpm mhn urno níoaJ i a " " . UIU A luou VJ L . JJ theboard orders cut down $61,60. In the assessment of Rafugio Branch which was increased to $37.59 the board orders that it be cut down $37.50 . In the assessment of Ralae) Branch who was raised to. $282.50, the Board orders to cut down $45.00 . . ' Now the board orders that the taxes Auther A. Mahle should be reduced to $500.00 and the collector is ordered to reduce to the sum of $400.00 for the year of 1907J Now the board in the assessment of Cruz Naranjo orders that his taxes on real estate should be changed from $900. to $295. In the assessment of Glass Bros, who was increased to $600.00 the board orders the reduction of $600. NoW an application was presented by Porfirio Oleguin for janitor and the board approves the application and the board appoints him janitor for the following term.i , . ! . -. The court adjourns until 2 o'clock P.M. July 8, 1908. :. '. c : ' ".: " ' .. '' ; . ' 7 ' . July 8, 19Ó8. Tlie court opened as per adjourned, the corum being present they adjourned until July 9th 1909. V ;' V ' ' 1 July 9, 1908. . The court opened in regular! session a corum being present and proceeds to dispatch business In the assessment of Lee Bros, orders to cut down $400. of his assessment of 1908. In the assessment of Rafulgio Martinez, the board orders to cut down $300. in agreement of aforesaid Martinez, it is agreed in the value of his real estate in the sum of $105. In the assessment of Ravino Garcia it is so ordered to assess $25. on his real estate and cut down $25. on his personal property. In the assesment of Rafael Branch it is ordered cut down, ad ditional in the real estate $100. land in personal property $515. The court adjourns until 2 o'clock p. m. \n\n and 60 days imprisonment. W. E. Griffen, Warden. F. A. Roy, Deputy. - Leyes de Caza y Pesca. '- DEL TERRITORIO de NEUVO MEXICO. Según Enmendadas por la Asambla Legislativa 37mai p en efecto desda y después de Marzo 21, .1907. i . . ESNACION de CAZA ' " Venrdo con cuernos, solamente con fusil:. Octubre 15 a Noviembre 30 de cada ano. Limite un ' venado. Pena, $100,00 multa y '60 dias dé encarcela miento. - . . Alce, Carnero Cimarrph, Nutria, Ptarmigan (codorniz blanco.) nrohih- do que se maten, cabtrren o dañen, en todo tiempo. Pena $500.00 multa y 90 dias encarcelamiento. . . ., Antílope, Faisanes, Codornizes. del orient, Palomas Silvestres Dorteiidos ta y 60 dias de encarcelamiento. ''; Mayo 1 de cada ano. Pena $100 multa y 60 dias de encarcelamiento. Gallina silvestre, Perdices, Gallinas del .ampo solo con fusil; Octubre Novembre y Diciembre de cada ano nta, Pájaros Cantores y insedtivores so porhiba que se maten p injurien. Pe na, 50 multa y 30 dias de encarcela miento, i ESTANcioN de" Pesca' ! . Truchas(todas especias) con vara, anzuelo y sedal solamente: Mayo 15 a Octubre 15 de cada ano". Limite de ta maño no iremos que 6 pulgadas. Li mite de peso 15 libras par día. Peña $50 multa y 6o dias dé ericarcelamieho. : Perca (especies de boca grande y pe quena) con vara, anzueío.y sedal, sol amente: Mayo 15 a Octubre 1 dé cada ano,. . Pena 50 inulta, y .60 liás'de en carcelamiento.. '.'.. '. - 1'.. ". . Sera ilegal para vender, o .exponer o ofrecer para vender, o para cualqu iera ferrocarril, compañía de expaésó agente o emplado deell&s, para recib ir o tener en posesión, ; o- trrspórlar para mercado cualquiera de" los ' ani males, aves o pescadas protejidos bór ley en esto Territorio, Pena,$100 de multa. '..-. . j . . El uso de dinamita drogas, o per mitiendo que pase rscerrin a cualqui era de las aguas publicas del' Territo rio en la cual se hallr 'pescado sera una felonia. . , . .r Se prohibe trespases propiedad pri vada en la cual hay avisos colocados Pena, $100 y 60 dias de encarcelamien to. ...'.. v.:. i u.-. .).'. I . - : : W. E.; Griffin, ' . Guardian de Caza y Pesca', F. A. RÓy , .Deputadol '