United States v. Michigan

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190 U.S. 379

United States  v.  Michigan

 Argued: April 20, 21, 1903. --- Decided: June 1, 1903

The United States, by leave of court, duly filed in this court its original bill in equity against the state of Michigan, to which bill the defendant has filed a demurrer substantially for want of equity, and also because it appears therefrom that the complainant has been guilty of gross laches in regard to the matters therein set forth. It will be most convenient to set forth the bill, with the exception of some portions thereof which do not seem to be material, and it is as follows:

'To the Chief Justice and the Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States, in Equity:


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