Michigan v. OhioAnnotate this Case
410 U.S. 420
U.S. Supreme Court
Michigan v. Ohio, 410 U.S. 420 (1973)
Michigan v. Ohio
No. 30, Orig.
Argued December 11, 1972
Decided and Decree entered February 22, 1973
410 U.S. 420
ON EXCEPTIONS TO SPECIAL MASTER'S REPORT
The Special Master's recommendations fixing that portion of the Ohio-Michigan boundary running through Lake Erie adopted and decree issued.
PER CURIAM AND DECREE.
Upon consideration of the Report filed Nov. 9, 1971, by Senior Judge Albert B. Maris, Special Master, exceptions filed thereto, and argument thereon, it is now ordered, adjudged, and decreed as follows:
1. The exceptions filed by the State of Michigan to the report and recommendations of the Special Master are overruled.
2. The boundary line between the States of Ohio and Michigan in Lake Erie follows a line drawn from the point in Maumee Bay where the north cape of that bay was located in 1836 on a course having a bearing North 45
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