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Chapter 3
Section 2

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Chap. 3 Hutchison and Southern Railroad Company, right of way.
    1890, c, 947, ante, p. 364.
Chap. 3 Extension of road from Guthrie, Okla., authorized.
Sec. 2 Time for construction extended.
    Post, p. 551.

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Chapter 3
    Feb. 3, 1892. | 27 Stat., 2.
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An act to amend an act entitled “An act granting the right of way to the Hutchison and Southern Railroad Company through the Indian Territory.”

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the act entitled “An act granting the right of way to the Hutchison and Southern Railroad Company to construct and operate a railroad, telegraph, and telephone line from the city of Anthony, in the state of Kansas, through the Indian Territory, to some point in the county of Grayson, in the state of Texas,” approved September twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and ninety, be, and the same is hereby, amended as follows:

“That said railroad company be, and they are hereby, authorized to extend and operate said road, telegraph and telephone line with like powers and privileges and under like limitations and conditions as are provided in said original act, in a south-easterly or southerly direction from the terminus of said road under said original act, to wit: From its connection with the Santa Fe Railroad at or near the city of Guthrie, in the Territory of Oklahoma, or some point north of there within a distance of twenty miles to the southern boundary of said Indian Territory, at or near a point north of the city of Denison, in the state of Texas.

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SEC. 2

That said original act described in section one of this act, and the amendment thereto, shall extend and be in full force and effect for the period of three years from the approval of this amendment or act.

Approved, February 3, 1892.

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