No tribe or person established on one side of the boundary shall be allowed to hunt or farm on the lands of the other side; but such operations as the cutting of thatch or sticks for the building of huts and fishing in the streams adjacent to the boundary shall be permitted where such rights have hitherto existed: Provided that such permission shall not entitle any person to reap or get products of commercial value.
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