Denver First National Bank v. Klug,
186 U.S. 202 (1902)

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Denver First National Bank v. Klug, 186 U.S. 202 (1902)

Denver First National Bank v. Klug

No. 599

Submitted May 6, 1902

Decided June 2, 1902

186 U.S. 202


It having been found in the district court that a person proceeded against in involuntary bankruptcy was "engaged chiefly in farming," and the petition having been dismissed accordingly, held that no appeal lies to this Court from that decree.

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