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GAINES V. HALE, 93 U. S. 3 (1876)

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Gaines v. Hale, 93 U.S. 3 (1876)

Gaines v. Hale

93 U.S. 3


Where, in a suit between some of the claimants to the hot springs in Arkansas, the supreme court of that state by its decree refused aid to any of them against the other except as to the improvements erected by each respectively on the property, and as to them saved the rights of the United States, this Court, having decided in Hot Springs Cases, 92 U. S. 698, that the United States is the owner of the property, affirms that decree.

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