Arizona v. California (292 U.S. 341)

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292 U.S. 341

Arizona  v.  California (292 U.S. 341)

 Argued: May 21, 1934. ---

[Syllabus from pages 341-343 intentionally omitted]

Mr. Arthur T. LaPrade, Attorney General of the State of Arizona (Messrs. Charles A. Carson, Jr., of Phoenix Ariz., and A. M. Crawford, of Prescott, Ariz., of counsel), for complainant.Messrs. I. W. Stewart and Arvin B. Shaw, Jr., both of Los Angeles, Cal., for Palo Verde Irrigation District.

Mr. Chas. L. Childers, of El Center, Cal., for Imperial Irrigation District.

Messrs. I. W. Stewart and Arvin B. Shaw, Jr., both of Los Angeles, Cal., and E. C. Finney, of Washington, D.C., for Coachella Valley County Water District.

Mr. U.S. Webb, Atty. Gen., for State of California.

Messrs. James H. Howard, General Counsel, of Los Angeles, Cal., Northcutt Ely, of Washington, D.C., and Ray W. Bruce, of Los Angeles, Cal., for Metropolitan Water Dist. of Southern California.

Messrs. Ray L. Chesebro, City Attorney, and James M. Stevens and Fred M. Bottorf, Asst. City Attorneys, all of Los Angeles, Cal., for the City of Los Angeles.

Messrs. C. L. Byers, City Atty., and Phil D. Swing, both of San Diego, Cal., for the City of San Diego.

Messrs. Thomas Whelan and Phil D. Swing, both of San Diego, Cal., for the County of San Diego.

Mr. Paul P. Prosser, Atty. Gen., for State of Colorado.

Mr. Gray Mashburn, Atty. Gen., for State of Nevada.

Mr. E. K. Neumann, Atty. Gen., for State of New Mexico.

Mr. Joseph Chez, Atty. Gen., for State of Utah.

Mr. Ray E. Lee, Atty. Gen., for State of Wyoming.

Messrs. James D. Parriott, City and County Atty., and R. C. Hecox, Jr., and Malcolm Lindsey, all of Denver, Colo., Asst. City and County Attys., and Stanley P. Smith, of Washington, D.C., for the City and County of Denver.Messrs. J. Crawford Biggs, Sol. Gen., of Washington, D.C., Harry W. Blair, Asst. Atty. Gen., Charles Bunn and Aubrey Lawrence, Sp. Assts. to the Atty. Gen. and Nathan R. Margold, of Washington, D.C., for the Department of the Interior.

Mr. Justice BRANDEIS delivered the opinion of the Court.

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