Virginia v. West Virginia,
209 U.S. 514 (1908)

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Virginia v. West Virginia, 209 U.S. 514 (1908)

Virginia v. West Virginia

No. 4, Original

Forms of decree appointing special master, submitted April 7, 1908

Form of decree announced May 4, 108

209 U.S. 514


Order referring cause to matter and directing condition under which testimony shall be taken and master shall report to this Court.

Defendant's demurrer having been overruled, 206 U. S. 206 U.S. 290, 206 U. S. 322, and defendant having answered, both complainant and defendant submitted and sustained by argument form of decree referring the cause to a master.

Page 209 U. S. 534

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