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-10- eoneemi with r.ecvering with forst the li*t seil aea of this st&to. fth* foremte kr that the & sucesionu of speoies em vey poor lan, bqginin with Ja Pine or ?oplar ad eotinuing throug to more merchantable species. Thqe stion is eod he ah to whether this effect is not due to th rda1 &c lation of nitroen in and uner Jaek ?ie forest which ight be suffiienatly hastened with native l e to at least seemueeritable leek Fine productioe, if not actually pemit the early plamting of mor moraJtableo species, thus sai a few decades of tim requred to &Tow teirable timber lsee and s*peoies. In !l'eeien. it must be etated that the emeesseft pjenet sue of lent involves toe reat a csut umo the Imeiate ner of the lan or locai taxing unit. Public seeur emt 'h7 ager pulitical sv-ivisions than townhips shuld be given. All aceages of laed of whatever ehqe at aelse tow sligibe to entry undr the forest crop lw shoud be msate eliible b revisi n of the lw fer entry thereuer or throug " other 1w whic hill rein., taes thereon vaill a corp io secured. fTe writer believes that the too ceats an &r charge to the ower of the land is too hig. A pert of that should be absorbed by the ounty or the state, with a cowrroponn Increase, in the, evemoec tax.