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1 Jurisdiction of Circuit Courts of Appeals and of the Supreme Court 1925

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68TH  CONGRESS     HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES                  REPORT
   2d Session                                           I  No.  1075





JURISDICTION       OF   CIRCUIT     COURTS     3:F APYMl       AND
                  OF   THE   SUPREME COURT



JANUARY  6, 1925.-Referred to the House Calendar and ordered be  nr wrte11



Mr.  GRAHAM,   from  the Committee   on the Judiciary, submitted  the
                              following

                           REPORT

                       [To accompany H. R. 8206]

   The  Committee   on the Judiciary, to whom   was  referred the bill
H. R. 8206, after hearings and consideration, report favorably thereon
with  amendments,   and recommend   that the bill as amended do pass.
   The  committee  amendments are as follows:
   On page  2, line 11, strike out  Constituton and insert  Constitu-
 tion.
   On page  5, in line 5, strike out taken and insert applied for.
   On  page 8, after line 5, insert the following paragraph:
   (5) Section 316 of An act to regulate interstate and foreign commerce in
livestock, livestock products, dairy products, poultry, poultry products, and
eggs, and for other purposes, approved August 15, 1921.
   On page'10, in line 11, strike out writ of error or.
   On page  11, in line 9, add the following sentence:
   A circuit judge shall have the same power to grant writs of habeas corpus
within his circuit that a district judge has within his district; and the order of the
circuit judge shall be entered in the records of the district court of the district
wherein the restraint complained of is had.
   On page  13, in line 5, insert between Supreme Court and before
the court  the words from  a circuit court of appeals or the Court, of
Appeals  of the District of Columbia.
   On  page  13, between  lines 8  and  9, insert two  paragraphs  as
follows:
   (c) No writ of error or appeal intended to bring any judgment or decree before
a circuit court of appeals for review shall be allowed unless application therefor
be duly made within three months after the entry of such judgment or decree.
   (d) In any case in which the final judgment or decree of any court is subject to
 to review by the Supreme Court on writ of certiorari, the execution and enforce-
 inent of such judgment or decree may be stayed for a reasonable time to enable
 the party aggrieved to apply for and to obtain a writ of certiorari from the
 Supreme Court. The stay may be graoted by a judge of the court rendering the
 judgment or decree or by a justice of the Supreme Court, and may be conditioned
 on the giving of good and sufficient security, to be approved by such judge or

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