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New Jersey v. New York (283 U.S. 336)

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283 U.S. 336

New Jersey  v.  New York (283 U.S. 336)

Argued on Exceptions to Report of the Special Master April 13-15, 1931.

Decided May 4, 1931.

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Messrs. Duane E. Minard, of Newark, N. J., James M. Beck, of Washington, D. C., and William A. Stevens, of Red Bank, N. J., for complainant.

Mr. Thomas Penney, Jr., o Buf falo, N. Y., for defendant State of New york.

[Argument of Counsel from pages 339-340 intentionally omitted]

Mr. Arthur J. W. Hilly, of New York City, for defendant City of New york.

Mr. George G. Chandler, of Philadelphia, Pa., for intervener State of Pennsylvania.

[Argument of Counsel from page 340 intentionally omitted]

Mr. Justice HOLMES delivered the opinion of the Court.


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