U.S. Supreme Court
U.S. v. DALLES MILITARY ROAD CO., 148 U.S. 49 (1893)
148 U.S. 49
DALLES MILITARY ROAD CO. et al.
March 6, 1893
In equity. Bill by the United States against the Dalles Military Road Company and others to forfeit a land grant. The United States appeals from a decree of the circuit court of appeals (2 C. C. A. 419, 51 Fed. Rep. 629) affirming a decree of the circuit court dismissing the bill.
For other opinions rendered in the course of this litigation, see 40 Fed. Rep. 114; 41 Fed. Rep. 493; 140 U.S. 599, 11 Sup. Ct. Rep. 988.
Asst. Atty. Gen. Parker. for the United States.
John F. Dillon, A. T. Britton, and A. B. Browne, for California & Oregon Land Co. Jas. K. Kelly, for Dalles Military Road Co.
BREWER, Circuit Justice.
The questions in this case are substantially the same as those in No. 1,073,-U. S. v. California & Oregon Land Co., 13 Sup. Ct. Rep. 458. It is unnecessary, therefore, to state the facts in detail, and it is sufficient to say that the same decree of affirmance will be entered.[ U.S. v. Dalles Military Road Co. 148 U.S. 49 (1893) ]