Upon any tract or tracts selected as a forest reservation, in accordance with sections
numbers one 1 and two 2 of this act, which contain fifty or less original forest trees on each acre, the
owner or owners may plant a sufficient number of trees which shall make up not less
than the required three hundred trees to the acre, and the same shall become subject
to this act, in accordance with sections numbers one and two.
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