Oklahoma v. Texas
265 U.S. 500 (1924)

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Oklahoma v. Texas, 265 U.S. 500 (1924)

Oklahoma v. Texas

No. 15, Original

265 U.S. 500

DECREE RELATING TO STATES BOUNDARY, ENTERED JUNE 9, 1924

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Decree: (1) reciting the report of the commissioners heretofore appointed showing that they have run, located and marked the boundary in question, along the Big Bend Area of Red River; (2) overruling protests and exceptions and confirming the report; (3) adjudging that the line delineated in the report and on maps accompanying it be established and declared to be the true boundary between Texas and Oklahoma along the part of Red River designated in the report subject to future changes by erosion and accretion, and (4) directing that copies of this decree and of the said maps be transmitted to the Chief Magistrates of the two states.

On consideration of the report of the commissioners, heretofore selected to run, locate, and mark portions of the boundary between the States of Texas and Oklahoma along the south bank of the Red River, showing that they have run, located, and marked the portion of such boundary along the Big Bend Area, such report being as follows:

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