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1 Paul Peter O'Brien, Manual of Federal Appellate Procedure: A Concise and Practical Treatise, Annotated, on Procedural Steps on Appeal, Petitions to Review Decisions of the Board of Tax Appeals (3rd ed.) i (1941)

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               MANUAL


                       OF



     FEDERAL APPELLATE


              PROCEDURE


                 (THIRD EDITION)


A CONCISE AND PRACTICAL TREATISE, ANNOTATED, ON PRO-
CEDURAL STEPS ON APPEAL, PETITIONS TO REVIEW DE-
   CISIONS OF THE BOARD OF TAX U7-PEALS, FEDERAL
   TRADE COMMISSION, NATIONAL L&BOR RELATIONS
     BOARD, AND OTHER COMMISSIONS, APPEALS IN
       ADMIRALTY AND BANKRUPTCY, APPEALS
       FROM THE DISTRICT COURTS OF THE TER-
          RITORY OF ALASKA, UNITED STATES
          COURT FOR CHINA, AND PRACTICE
            ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CER-
              TIORARI, AND APPEAL TO
              THE SUPREME COURT OF
              THE UNITED STATES,
              INCLUDING PERTINENT
              STATUTES, AND RULES
                     OF COURT. -

Appendix: Rules of the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

                        by

                PAUL P. O'BRIEN,
              Member of the San Francisco Bar,
     Clerk of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the
                    Ninth Circuit.

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