Horne v. Smith,
159 U.S. 40 (1895)

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Horne v. Smith, 159 U.S. 40 (1895)

Horne v. Smith

No. 341

Submitted May 2, 1995

Decided June 3, 1895

159 U.S. 40


In this case, the United States surveyors obviously surveyed the plaintiffs lot only to a bayou which they called the Indian River, leaving a tract between the bayou and that river unsurveyed, and the plaintiff has no right to challenge the correctness of their action or to claim that the bayou was not the Indian River or a proper water line on which to bound the lots.

Page 159 U. S. 41

The case is stated in the opinion.

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