Louisiana v. Mississippi (282 U.S. 458)

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282 U.S. 458

Louisiana  v.  Mississippi (282 U.S. 458)

 Argued: Jan. 5, 1931. --- Decided: Feb 2, 1931

Messrs. Gerard Brandon, of Natchez, Miss., John Dale, of Vidalia, La., Robert Ash, of Washington, D. C., and Percy Saint, of New Orleans, La., for complainant State of Louisiana.

Messrs. H. H. Creekmore, Rufus Creekmore, Rush H. Knox, and Elmer C. Sharp, all of Jackson, Miss., for defendant State of Mississippi.

Mr. Justice ROBERTS delivered the opinion of the Court.


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