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    UTAH v. UNITED STATES, 420 U.S. 304 (1975)

    U.S. Supreme Court

    UTAH v. UNITED STATES, 420 U.S. 304 (1975)

    420 U.S. 304

    UTAH v. UNITED STATES.
    ON EXCEPTIONS TO SPECIAL MASTER'S REPORT.
    No. 31, Orig.
    Argued December 17, 1974.
    Decided February 19, 1975.

    In this dispute between Utah and the United States over certain waters and shorelands of the Great Salt Lake, the United States' exceptions to the Special Master's report are overruled, and the proposed decree, except as modified by agreement of the parties, is adopted and entered.

    Danny J. Boggs argued the cause for the United States on exceptions to the Report of the Special Master. With him on the briefs were Solicitor General Bork, Assistant Attorney General Johnson, and John E. Lindskold.

    Richard L. Dewsnup, Special Assistant Attorney General of Utah, argued the cause for plaintiff in support of the Report of the Special Master. With him on the brief were Vernon B. Romney, Attorney General, Robert B. Hansen, Deputy Attorney General, Dallin W. Jensen and Paul E. Reimann, Assistant Attorneys General, and Clifford L. Ashton and Edward W. Clyde, special Assistant Attorneys General.

    PER CURIAM and DECREE.

    We heard oral argument upon the exceptions to the Report of the Special Master filed by the United States. 419 U.S. 814 (1974). We overrule the exceptions and adopt, and direct the entry of, the decree proposed by the Special Master except that, as agreed by the parties, paragraph No. 1 of the proposed decree is modified in form by revising the phrasing of the opening paragraph to read as follows:

    Further, Finding of Fact No. 10 is adjusted, as agreed by the parties, by inserting 4200.8 in lieu of 4200.2, and by inserting 396,000 in lieu of 325,000.

    For the purpose of giving effect to the above, the following decree is hereby entered.

    IT IS ORDERED, ADJUDGED, AND DECREED THAT:

    MR. JUSTICE MARSHALL took no part in the consideration or decision of this case.

    [ Footnote * ] As appears from p. 4 of the Special Master's Report the parties have reserved their position with respect to this question. [420 U.S. 304, 307]  

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