Nebraska v. Iowa
145 U.S. 519 (1892)

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Nebraska v. Iowa, 145 U.S. 519 (1892)

Nebraska v. Iowa

No. 4, Original

Argued January 29, 1892

Decree entered May 16, 1892

145 U.S. 519

ORIGINAL

Syllabus

This case was decided February 29, 1892, 143 U.S. pages 143 U. S. 359 to 370. No decree was entered, the Court observing (page 143 U. S. 370):

"We think we have by these observations indicated as clearly as is possible the boundary between the two states, and upon these principles the parties may agree to a designation of such boundary, and such designation will pass into a final decree. If no agreement is possible, then the Court will appoint a commission to survey and report in accordance with the views herein expressed."

The parties having come to such an agreement, the Court, on the 16th of May, 1892, entered the following decree.

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