Mississippi v. LouisianaAnnotate this Case
350 U.S. 5 (1955)
U.S. Supreme Court
Mississippi v. Louisiana, 350 U.S. 5 (1955)
Mississippi v. Louisiana
No. 11, Original
Argued October 11, 1955, on exception to the
Report of the Special Master
Decree entered October 17, 1955
350 U.S. 5
Final decree fixing the true boundary between Mississippi and Louisiana at certain points on the Mississippi River.
This cause having been submitted upon the pleadings, evidence, and exhibits after arguments by counsel upon the exceptions of the State of Louisiana to the Report of the Special Master, the Court, having duly considered the same and being fully advised in the premises, now enters the following order:
The exceptions to the Report of the Special Master are overruled. The Report of the Special Master is adopted, and his proposed decree is approved, and
It is Ordered, Adjudged and Decreed that the true boundaries between the States of Mississippi and Louisiana at the places involved in this case be, and they hereby are found and concluded to be, as follows:
Description by geodetic positions (North American Datum) of the line that forms the Mississippi-Louisiana state boundary between Latitude 32
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