1 Legislative History of the Rules of Civil Procedure for the District Courts of the United States, 1938 [i] (1938)

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    I.    PRELIMINARY DRAFT.
            Preliminary draft of the rules of civil pro.
            cedure for the District Courts of the Unite
            States and the Supreme Court of the Distric
            of Columbia, prepared by the Advisory Com-
            mittee on Rules for Civil Procedure, appoin
            by the Supreme Court of the United States.
            May, 1936.
  II.   REPORT.
           Report of the Advisory Committee on Rules
           for Civil Procedure, appointed by the
           Supreme Court of the United States, con-
           taining proposed rules of civil procedure
           for the District Courts of the United
           States.  April, 1937.

III.    FINAL REPORT.
           Final report of the Advisory Committee on
           Rules for Civil Procedure, appointed by
           the Supreme Court of the United States.
           November, 1937.

 IV.    LETTER FROM THE ATTORNEY GENERAL - RULES.
           Letter from the Attorney General (dated
           January 3, 1938), transmitting the Rules
           of Civil Procedure for the District Courts
           of the United States, adopted by the Su-
           preme Court of the United States pursuant
           to the Act of June 19, 1934, ch. 651.
           House Document No. 460, 75th Congress,
           3d Session.

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