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can be obtained for the Fremont and Sioux City Railroad; also propounding certain other questions involving the rights of individual Indians in the reservation and their power to sell timber to the company for use in the construction of said road.

In reply I have to state that upon inquiry at the General Land Office, I am informally advised that that Office has no official knowledge of the proposed road; consequently until a map of general location has been filed, and the preliminary requirements of the General Land Office complied
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