Adams v. Church,
193 U.S. 510 (1904)

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Adams v. Church, 193 U.S. 510 (1904)

Adams v. Church

No. 169

Argued March 3, 1904

Decided March 21, 1904

193 U.S. 510


On writ of error, the finding of facts made in the supreme court of the state is binding upon, and will be the basis of, the decision of this Court.

There is no prohibition in the Timber Culture Act of June 14, 1878, 20 Stat. 113, as there is in the Homestead Act, against an entryman who has in good faith acquired a holding under the act, alienating an interest in the lands prior to the issuing of the final certificate.

This is an appeal from a decree of the circuit court of Malheur County, State of Oregon, entered by direction of the Supreme Court of Oregon.

Page 193 U. S. 513

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