The judgment was for the money, and the presumption is, in the absence of anything in the record to the contrary, that before it was rendered the court had become judicially satisfied that the property could not be returned. The South Western Reporter - Page 351906Full view
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United States. Department of the Interior - Natural resources - 1960
...their appeal the appellants have attacked the Director's statement that: It seems reasonable to assume, in the absence of anything in the record to the contrary, that Joseph W. Smith turned his cattle out on the Federal range in 1934 at least by May 1 and, if that be...