Cost of survey of grants to railroads; payment.
Surveyed lands taxable notwithstanding lien; provisos.
Collection of costs of surveying, etc.; reimbursement of purchaser.
Right of forfeiture of railroad grants not affected.
Union Pacific Railroad lands.
Survey of lands within limits of railroad grants.
Deposits for surveys of lands granted to railroads.
Selection by railroads of lands in lieu of lands entered subsequent to accrual of rights; title of settlers.
Rights of entrymen whose entries had not been admitted to record.
Homestead entries on railroad lands prior to withdrawal or after restoration to market confirmed.
Abandoned railroad lands; reentry.
Entries after expiration of grant.
Rights of permissive settlers on railroad lands restored to public domain.
Adjustment of land grants to railroads.
Cancellation of patents erroneously issued; reconveyance.
Erroneous cancellation of bona fide entries corrected.
Patents to purchasers from railroads; purchase money.
Rights of purchasers from railroads of coterminous lands not within grants.
Limitation of quantity to be conveyed.
Suits to cancel patents to lands erroneously issued under railroad or wagon-road grants.
Claims of bona fide purchasers; establishment of rights.
Cancellation; investigation before suit.
Relief of settlers on lands granted in aid of wagon roads.
Forfeiture of unearned grants; restoration to public domain.
Homestead entries on forfeited lands.
Purchase by bona fide purchasers from grantees; removal of crops and improvements.
Rights of original grantees to forfeited lands.
Deposits by railroad companies for costs of surveying and conveying unsurveyed lands granted.
Forfeiture of grant on failure to make deposit.
Right to extend public surveys over lands granted, and other rights of United States, not affected.
Disposition of abandoned or forfeited railroad grants.
Conveyance by land grant railroads of portions of rights of way to State, county, or municipality.
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