United States v. LouisianaAnnotate this Case
364 U.S. 502 (1960)
U.S. Supreme Court
United States v. Louisiana, 364 U.S. 502 (1960)
United States v. Louisiana
No. 10, Original
Decided May 31, 1960
Final Decree Entered December 12, 1960
364 U.S. 502
This Court having stated its conclusions in its opinions announced on May 31, 1960, as to the respective rights of the United States and the States of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, under the Submerged Lands Act, in the lands, minerals and other natural resources underlying the waters of the Gulf of Mexico off the coasts of such States, and having considered the positions of the respective parties as to the terms of a decree, now enters its final decree in the case.
This cause having come on to be heard on the motion of the plaintiff for judgment and to dismiss the cross-bill of the State of Alabama, and having been argued by counsel, and this Court having stated its conclusions in its opinions announced on May 31, 1960, 363 U.S. 363 U. S. 1, 363 U. S. 121, and having considered the positions of the respective parties as to the terms of this decree, it is ordered, adjudged and decreed as follows:
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