New York v. New Jersey (256 U.S. 296)
United States Supreme Court
NEW YORK v. NEW JERSEY (256 U.S. 296)
Argued: Nov. 8, 11, and 12, 1918. ---
Restored to the Docket for Further Argument March 10, 1919.
Reargued Jan. 25, 1921.
Decided May 2, 1921.
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Messrs. Charles E. Hughes, Maurice B. Dean, William A. McQuaid, and William J. O.'Sullivan, all of New York City, and Merton E. Lewis, of Rochester, N. Y., for the People of State of New York.
Messrs. Adrian Riker and Robert H. McCarter, both of Newark, N. J., George W. Wickersham, of New York City, Chandler W. Riker, of Newark, N. J., and John W. Wescott, of Camden, N. J., for the State of New Jersey.
Mr. Justice CLARKE delivered the opinion of the Court.
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