North Carolina v. Tennessee
United States Supreme Court
NORTH CAROLINA v. TENNESSEE
Argued: October 15, 16, 1914. --- Decided: November 9, 1914
Mr. Thomas W. Bickett, Attorney General of North Carolina, and Messrs. F. A. Sondley, Theodore F. Davidson, and C. B. Matthews for complainant.
Messrs. Charles T. Cates, Jr., and Mr. Frank M. Thompson, Attorney General of Tennessee, and Messrs. T. E. H. McCroskey and Samuel G. Shields for defendant.
Messrs. John Franklin Shields and William A. Stone for the Babcock Lumber & Land Company, as amicus curioe.
Messrs. W. D. Spears and L. N. Spears for Theodore A. Cobb et al.-
Mr. Justice McKenna delivered the opinion of the court:
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