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ARIZONA V. CALIFORNIA, 376 U. S. 340 (1963)

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Arizona v. California, 376 U.S. 340 (1964)

Arizona v. California

No. 9, Original

Decided June 3, 1963

Decree entered March 9, 1964

376 U.S. 340



I. For purposes of this decree:

(A) "Consumptive use" means diversions from the stream less such return flow thereto as is available for consumptive use in the United States or in satisfaction of the Mexican Treaty obligation;

(B) "Mainstream" means the mainstream of the Colorado River downstream from Lee Ferry within the United States, including the reservoirs thereon;

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