California v. Nevada
456 U.S. 867

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U.S. Supreme Court

California v. Nevada, 456 U.S. 867 (1982)

California v. Nevada

No. 73, Orig.

Decided June 10,1980

Decree entered June 1,1982

456 U.S. 867


Decree entered.

Opinion reported: 447 U. S. 447 U.S. 125.

The Report of the Special Master is received and ordered filed.


For the purpose of giving effect to the opinion of this Court announced on June 10, 1980, 447 U. S. 447 U.S. 125, and the stipulation of the parties entered into on February 5, 1982, and approved by the Special Master:


1. That the location of the boundary between the States of California and Nevada is as hereafter specified:

Beginning at the Initial Point on the California-Nevada boundary as established under authority of the Act of June 10, 1872, 17 Stat. 358, by Allexey W. Von Schmidt in 1872 as an eight (8) inch square wood post set in a large mound of stone at the intersection to the 42nd parallel of north latitude along the southern boundary of the State of Oregon and the 120th degree of longitude west from Greenwich, each as reported by him; thence running southerly along said 1872 boundary as surveyed and marked by Allexey W. Von Schmidt to a cast iron monument designated as Von Schmidt Milepost 191 on said boundary; thence S 00

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