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COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS

JOSEPH C. O'MAHONEY, Wyoming, Chairman
JAMES E. MURRAY, Montana

HUGH BUTLER, Nebraska
ERNEST W. MCFARLAND, Arizona

EUGENE D. MILLIKIN, Colorado
CLINTON P. ANDERSON, New Mexico GUY CORDON, Oregon
HERBERT H. LEHMAN, New York

ZALES N. ECTON, Montana
RUSSELL B. LONG, Louisiana

GEORGE W. MALONE, Nevada
GEORGE A. SMATHERS, Florida

ARTHUR V. WATKINS, Utah
MILLS ASTIN, Chief Clerk

N. D. McSHERRY, Assistant Chief Clerk
II

STATEMENTS

Page

Bobbitt, Robert Lee, chairman, special committee on tidelands, State
Bar of Texas, San Antonio, Tex

101

Boggs, S. Whittemore, special adviser on geography to the Department of

State

440

Clary, William W., attorney, representing Signal Oil & Gas Co., South-

west Exploration Co., and Long Beach Oil Development Co., 433 South
Spring Street, Los Angeles, Calif.

305, 325

Combs, J. M., Representative in Congress from the Second District of the

State of Texas.-

168

Daniel Price, attorney general, State of Texas, Austin, Tex.

99
Doyle, Clyde, Representative in Congress from the Eighteenth Con-
gressional District of the State of California ---

102, 559
Giles, Bascom, commissioner, General Land Office, State of Texas, Austin,
Tex

99

Grace, Lucille May, register, State land office, Baton Rouge, La-

190

Hallanan, Walter S., president, Plymouth Oil Co., 223 Fourth Avenue,

Pittsburgh, Pa.

74

Hammond, Hall, attorney general, State of Maryland, O'Sullivan Build-

ing, Baltimore, Md.

92

Ickes, Harold L., former Secretary of the Department of the Interior, 3624
Prospect Avenue NW., Washington, D. C.

235

Knight, Goodwin J., Lieutenant Governor, State of California, Sacramento,

Calif.

46

Knowland, William F., United States Senator, State of California

298

Mattoon, Everett W., assistant attorney general, State of California, Los

Angeles, Calif.

115

McCurry, Uel T., 131 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, Calif.

198

Murray, James. E., United States Senator, State of Montana..

228
Nixon, Richard M., United States Senator, State of California -

298
O'Mahoney, Joseph C., United States Senator, State of Wyoming, and

chairman, Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, statement
re; S. 940

339

Patton, James G., president, National Farmers Union, Washington, D. C. 205

Perez, Leander H., district_attorney, twenty-fifth judicial district of

Louisiana, 2307 American Bank Building, New Orleans, La--

206

Perlman, Philip B., Solicitor General, Department of Justice, Washington,
D. C.-

19, 46, 349, 372, 419
Proctor, Dr. Olin S., 349 East Third Street, Long Beach, Calif.

193
Putnam, Rufus W., executive officer, State Lands Commission, State of
California, State Building, Los Angeles, Calif

141

Sanders, J. T., legislative counsel, the National Grange, 744 Jackson Place

NW., Washington, D. C.

301

Shivers, Allan, Governor, State of Texas, Austin, Tex-

99

Smith, Irving M., city attorney, Long Beach, Calif..

147

Van Atten, William T., Vice Chairman for Staff Management, Munitions

Board, Department of Defense

431

Wheeler, Burton K., attorney, Southern Building, Fifteenth and H
Streets NW., Washington, D. C.--

248, 323

White, Mastin G., Solicitor, Department of the Interior...

60, 421, 498

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EXHIBITS

Page

Amendments to Senate Joint Resolution 20, proposed by Senator Murray- 232

Amendment to Senate Joint Resolution 20, proposed by Burton K.

Wheeler..

285

American Journal of International Law, reprint of article, Delimitation of
the Territorial Sea, July 1930---

527
American Journal of International Law, reprint of article, Delimitation of
Seaward Areas Under National Jurisdiction, April 1951..

541
Applicants, district court memorandum of opinion concerning-

501
Attorney General, opinion re applicability of the Mineral Leasing Act of

1920 to the submerged lands of the Continental Shelf, August 29, 1947.- 501

Budget Bureau, adverse report on S. 940.-

343

Budget Bureau, favorable report on S. J. Res. 20.

430

California Assembly Joint Resolution No. 3 relative to the tidelands and

submerged lands adjacent to the coastal States

104

California Assembly Joint Resolution No. 4 relative to lands beneath the

navigable waters adjacent to the coasts of coastal States.

104

California coast line map, Point Fermin to Newport Beach.

150

California, decree, U. S. v., decided June 23, 1947.-

482

California, Supreme Court decision in U. S. v., decided June 23, 1947. 471

Decree, U. S. v. California, decided June 23, 1947.-

482

Decree, U. S. v. State of Louisiana, October term, 1950.

486

Decree, U. S. v. State of Texas, October term, 1950.-

494

Defense Department, adverse report on S. 940-

345
Definitive Treaty of Peace between the United States of America and His
Britannic Majesty, September 3, 1783---

396
Delimitation of Seaward Areas Under National Jurisdiction, reprint of

article in the American Journal of International Law, April 1951.--- 541
Delimitation of the Territorial Sea, reprint from the American Journal of
International Law, volume 24, No. 3, July 1930..

527

Executive order 9633 of the President of September 28, 1945, reserving and

placing certain resources of the Continental Shelf under the control and

jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Interior.

364, 497

Executive order 9634 providing for the establishment of fishery conserva-

tion zones

498

Executive order reserving resources of the Continental Shelf under the

control and jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Interior.

497

Geographical Review, reprint of article on National Claims in Adjacent
Seas, April 1951.-.

507

House Joint Resolution 225, Seventy-ninth Congress, to quiet the titles of

the respective States, and others, to lands beneath tidewaters and lands

beneath navigable waters within the boundaries of such States and to

prevent further clouding of such titles..

504

Ickes, Harold L., statement re applicability of Mineral Leasing Act to

submerged coastal lands before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary,

February 5, 1946..

501

Ickes' rulings that the States are the owners of submerged lands within

their respective boundaries, submitted by William W. Clary--

564

Interior Department, adverse report on S. 940.-

343
Interior Department, favorable report on Senate Joint Resolution 20.--

8
Interior Department notice re oil and gas operations in the submerged
coastal lands of the Gulf of Mexico, December 11, 1950-

10
Supplement to part II, February 2, 1951.

12
Further supplement to part II, March 5, 1951.-
Amendment to part III, January 26, 1951..

12
Interior Department, opinion by Solicitor's Office re applicability of the

Mineral Leasing Act of 1920 to the submerged lands of the Continental
Shelf, August 8, 1947.-

498
Jefferson, Thomas, Secretary of State, official communication from, to Hon.

George Hammond, British Minister to the United States, November 8,
1793

399
Justice Department adverse report on S. 940.

344
Justice Department, favorable report on Senate Joint Resolution 20.

17

12

Page

Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners, resolution opposing Senate

Joint Resolution 20..

562

Long Beach Board of Realtors' resolution re Senate Joint Resolution 20. 565

Long Beach City Council resolution opposing Senate Joint Resolution 20- 560

Los Angeles City Council resolution opposing Senate Joint Resolution 20. 565

Los Angeles Harbor District Chambers of Commerce resolution re Senate

Joint Resolution 20.-

567

Louisiana, decree, U. S. v., October term, 1950.-

486

Louisiana, Supreme Court decision in U.S. v., decided June 5, 1950.-

483

Map, California coast line, Point Fermin to Newport Beach.

Facing 150

Map, national claims in adjacent seas.

Facing 526

Map, San Pedro Bay, Huntington Beach oil field.

329

Marine Association of Commerce resolution re Senate Joint Resolution 20. 567

Maryland State Legislature, Joint Resolution No. 2 of 1949 session..

93

Mayhew v. Krug, United States District Court for the District of Columbia,
memorandum re-

501

McCurry, Uel T. (an applicant):

Letter to President Franklin D. Roosevelt, July 27, 1936.

200

Letter from Secretary Harold L. Ickes, August 17, 1936.

202

Letter to President Harry S. Truman, March 29, 1947-

202

Letter from Under Secretary Oscar L. Chapman, April 3, 1947

204

National Association of Attorneys General, resolution adopted December
12, 1950.-

92

National Claims in Adjacent Seas, reprint of article in the Geographical

Review, April 1951.

507

New York Times article re oil shortage February 18, 1951.

558
Perlman, Philip B., letter to Congressman Clyde Doyle

559
President's press release relative to natural resources of the Continental
Shelf, September 28, 1945-

494

President's veto message on House Joint Resolution 225, Seventy-ninth

Congress

503

Proclamation 2668 by the President with respect to coastal fisheries,

September 28, 1945.

496

Proclamation 2667 by the President with respect to natural resources of

the Continental Shelf, September 28, 1945-

496

Production, Interior Department orders re continuance of in Gulf of

Mexico

10

Provisional articles between the United States of America and His Britan-
nic Majesty, November 30, 1782--

393
Quiet titles to tidewater lands, President's veto message-

503
Reports, departmental:
Budget Bureau of Senate Joint Resolution 20..

430
Budget Bureau on S. 940...

343
Defense Department on S. 940-

345
Interior Department on Senate Joint Resolution 20-

8
Interior Department on S. 940.-

343
Justice Department on Senate Joint Resolution 20.

17
Justice Department on S. 940.-

344
San Pedro Bay area mapa

329
Senate Joint Resolution 20, Eighty-second Congress, first session, to pro-

vide for the continuation of operations under certain mineral leases issued
by the respective States covering submerged lands of the Continental
Shelf, to encourage the continued development of such leases, to provide
for the protection of the interests of the United States in the oil and
gas deposits of said lands, and for other purposes.

1
S. 940. To confirm and establish the title of the States to lands beneath

navigable waters within State boundaries and natural resources within
such lands and waters and to provide for the use and control of said
lands and resources -

337

Stipulation, No. 11, original, U.S. of America v. State of California, October

term, 1950

13

Stipulation, No. 12, original, U. S. of America v. State of California, October

term, 1947..

15

Supreme Court decision in U. S. v. California, decided June 23, 1947-

471
Supreme Court decision in U. S. v. Louisiana, decided June 5, 1950-

483
Supreme Court decision in U. S. v. Texas, decided June 5, 1950..

487

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