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Northern Illinois University
v. 10 no. 251
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Good News, v. 10, no. 251, February 23, 1895 (Issue)
February 23, 1895
The finding of concealed wealth is now an event of rare occurrence, except in tales of romance and adventure.
For if at the time of the finding he knows, or has the means of knowing, or believes he can find out who the owner is, and makes no effort to discover him, but intentionally keeps or disposes of the lost property, the law regards him as no better than a thief.