Baer v. Moran Brothers Co.
153 U.S. 287 (1894)

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Baer v. Moran Brothers Co., 153 U.S. 287 (1894)

Baer v. Moran Brothers Company

No. 683

Argued April 18-19, 1894

Decided April 20, 1894.

153 U.S. 287


This Court cannot take judicial notice of the nature and extent of tidelands or mud flats.

Land alternately covered and uncovered by the tide is strictly within the description of tidelands, and is covered by the settled rule in respect to such lands.

Mann v. Tacoma Land Company, ante, 153 U. S. 273, followed.

The case is stated in the opinion. This case was argued with Mann v. Tacoma Land Company, ante, 153 U. S. 273, where will be found the argument of Mr. Mitchell for the plaintiff in error.

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