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  JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION






                HEARINGS
                      BEFORE

            SUBCOMMITTEE NO. 5

                      OF THE


   COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY


     HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

           EIGHTY-NINTH CONGRESS

                  SECOND SESSION

                       ON

                    H.R. 3991
  RELATING TO THE RETIREMENT OF JUDGES OF THE TERRITORIAL
                  DISTRICT COURTS

                  H.R. 6703
  TO AMEND SECTION 144 OF TITLE 28 OF THE UNITED STATES CODE

                   H.R. 8276
  TO PROVIDE FOR THE TEMPORARY TRANSFER TO A SINGLE DIS-
  TRICT FOR COORDINATED OR CONSOLIDATED PRETRIAL PROCEED-
  INGS OF CIVIL ACTIONS PENDING IN DIFFERENT DISTRICTS
  WHICH INVOLVE ONE OR MORE COMMON QUESTIONS OF FACT,
              AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

                   H.R. 16575

    TO PROVIDE FOR THE APPOINTMENT OF UNITED STATES
          MARSHALS BY THE ATTORNEY GENERAL


                  AUGUST 31, 1966



                  Serial No. 21


      Printed for the use of the Committee on the Judiciary


           U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
69-357           WASHINGTON : 1966

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