U.S. Supreme Court Decision No. 205 (Grand Canyon)
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CAMERON v. U.S., 252 U.S. 450 (1920)
252 U.S. 450
Cameron et al.v. United States.
Argued January 29 and 30, 1920. Decided April 19, 1920
This is a suit by the United States to enjoin Ralph H. Cameron and others from occupying, using for business purposes, asserting any right to, or interfering with the public use of, a tract of land in Arizona, approximately 1,500 feet long and 600 feet wide, which Cameron is claiming as a lode mining claim, and to require the defendants to remove therefrom certain buildings, filth and refuse placed thereon in the course of its use by them as a livery stable site and otherwise. In the District Court there was a decree for the United States, and this was affirmed by the Circuit Court of Appeals. 250 Fed. 943, 163 C. C. A. 193.
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U.S. Supreme Court Decision No. 205 (Grand Canyon). U.S.Supreme Court. 1920 ( tDAR id: 372479) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8639NHB
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