271 U.S. 629
STATE OF ARKANSAS, complainant,
STATE OF TENNESSEE.
No. 2, original.
Supreme Court of the United States
June 7, 1926
Decree announced by Mr. Justice BUTLER.
The court overrules the exceptions of the state of Tennessee to the report of the boundary commissioners, C. B. Bailey, Charles A. Barton, and Horace Van Deventer, appointed by interlocutory decree of June 10, 1918, to run, locate and designate the boundary line between the states of Arkansas and Tennessee along that portion of the Mississippi river affected by the Centennial Cut-Off. The boundary line as established by the commission is accepted, directed and established by the court in con- [271 U.S. 629, 630] formity with the report of the boundary commission, as follows:
S. 19 26' E. 881' to " 26 South 1,430' to " 27 S. 17 W. 4,000' to " 28
"On the right of the Mississippi river. "Beginning on the left bank of the Mississippi river at station 1, thence S. 5 E. 1,270', from which point U. S. B. M. 57-1 bears S. 60 07' E. 2,606 feet; thence continue on original line S. 5 E. 1,509' to station 2. S. 15 W. 3,000' to Station 3 S. 37 W. 2,500' to " 4 S. 42 W. 4,000' to " 5 S. 37 W. 5,000' to " 6 S. 32 W. 3,900' to " 7 S. 25 30' W. 1,000' to " 8 "On the left bank of the river. "A total length of boundary line of 116,641 feet, or 22.09 miles."
The foregoing is here and now made the boundary line between the two states parties hereto and the same shall be treated and fixed as the boundary line in question and the same shall be marked accordingly.
The costs certified by the commissioners are approved and will accordingly be paid.
All costs, including the costs of printing the report of the commissioners, with maps filed with said report, to be determined by the clerk, and the compensation to the [271 U.S. 629, 632] commissioners to be fixed by the court, shall be paid equally by the parties hereto-that is, each shall pay one-half, except the cost of printing the evidence and supplemental report of the commissioners and exhibits, which will be paid by Tennessee.
It is so finally ordered, adjudged, and decreed by the court.