UNITED STATES v. CALIFORNIA
Channel Islands National Monument is a nationally designated area off the coast of California, including Anacapa and Santa Barbara Islands. In 1949, President Harry S Truman issued a proclamation that extended the boundary of the National Monument within one nautical mile of the islands.
Does California have jurisdiction over the submerged lands and waters under the Submerged Lands Act of 1953?
Legal provision: Submerged Lands Acts
Yes. Writing for the majority, Justice Potter Stewart determined that under the Submerged Lands Act of 1953 after the 1947 United States v. California decision, Congress specified that the lands in dispute were under California's control.