No. 12, original.

297 U.S. 547 (1936)


Supreme Court of United States.

Decided March 16, 1936.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Mr. Adolph J. Bieberstein, with whom Mr. James E. Finnegan, Attorney General of Wisconsin, Mr. Joseph G. Hirschberg, Deputy Attorney General, and Mr. J.E. Messerschmidt, Assistant Attorney General, were on the brief, for plaintiff.

Mr. Edward A. Bilitzke, with whom Mr. David H. Crowley, Attorney General of Michigan, and Mr. James F. Shepherd, Deputy Attorney General, were on the brief, for defendant.


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. 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 upon the agreement and consent of the parties entered...

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