Wisconsin v. Michigan,
297 U.S. 547 (1936)

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Wisconsin v. Michigan, 297 U.S. 547 (1936)

Wisconsin v. Michigan

No. 12, original

Argued March 2, 3, 1936

Decided March 16, 1936

297 U.S. 547

Final decree confirming report of special master and establishing boundary between Wisconsin and Michigan.

This suit was brought to correct an earlier decree, 272 U. S. 272 U.S. 398, entered after the decision reported 270 U. S. 270 U.S. 295. The opinion in the present case, explaining the corrections to be made and directing a second reference to the Special Master, Frederick F. Faville, Esq., of Des Moines, Iowa, is in 295 U. S. 295 U.S. 455. The decree printed below is the old decree as now amended.



Michigan brought suit in this Court against Wisconsin to have ascertained and established a part of the boundary between them. March 1, 1926, we announced our decision. 270 U. S. 270 U.S. 295. To carry it into effect, the States, acting through their counsel, agreed upon and submitted a form of decree. November 22, 1926, the Court, relying

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upon the agreement and consent of the parties, entered the decree proposed. 272 U. S. 272 U.S. 398.

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