Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1904.
|Chap. 175||Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway may use lands at Chickasha Station, Ind. Ter., with right of way for a Y.
Ante, p. 472.
|Chap. 175||Right of way for a Y.|
Ante, p. 250.
|Chap. 175||Proviso. Conditions, etc.|
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company, a corporation created under and by virtue of the laws of the States of Illinois and Iowa, is hereby granted the right to use for railroad purposes two additional strips of land, each one hundred feet in width, lying on each side of the ground selected for station purposes, under act of Congress, at Chickasha Station, in the Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory; and said railway company is also granted a right of way one thousand five hundred feet in length for a Y in sections twenty-one and twenty-two, township seven north, range seven west of Indian meridian, said right of way to be of a width of three hundred feet for a distance of four hundred feet, and for the remaining one thousand one hundred feet the width shall be one hundred feet. The amount of compensation to be paid to the Chickasaw Nation or tribe of Indians for such appropriation of land and right of way shall be ascertained and determined in the manner provided for the determination of the compensation to be paid to individual occupants of lands, as provided in section three of an act entitled An act to grant the right of way through the Indian Territory to the Chicago, Kansas and Nebraska Railway Company, and for other purposes, approved March second, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven: Provided, That said strips of lands and the lands included in the said Y shall be subject to all the conditions, restrictions, and limitations contained in the said act of Congress last mentioned.
Approved, February 28, 1893.