United States v. Louisiana
409 U.S. 17 (1960)

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U.S. Supreme Court

United States v. Louisiana, 409 U.S. 17 (1972)

United States v. Louisiana (Louisiana Boundary Case)

No. 9, Orig.

Decided May 31, 1960

Final Decree Entered December 12, 1960

Supplemental Decrees Entered December 13, 1965,

December 20, 1971, and October 16, 1972

409 U.S. 17

The motion by the State of Louisiana for the entry of a supplemental decree as to the United States is granted (post, p. 909), and a supplemental decree is entered.

Opinions reported: 363 U. S. 363 U.S. 1 and 394 U. S. 394 U.S. 11; final decree reported: 364 U. S. 364 U.S. 502; supplemental decrees reported: 382 U. S. 382 U.S. 288 and 404 U.S. 404 U. S. 388.

Supplemental Decree

For the purpose of giving effect to the conclusions of this Court as stated in its opinion, announced May 31, 1960, 363 U. S. 363 U.S. 1, and other opinions or decrees entered by this Court on December 12, 1960, 364 U. S. 364 U.S. 502; On December 13, 1965, 382 U. S. 382 U.S. 288; on March 3, 1969, 394 U. S. 394 U.S. 11; and on December 20, 1971, No. 9, Original, 404 U. S. 404 U.S. 388.

IT IS ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED:

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