1 Legislative History of the Reorganization of the Federal Judiciary : P.L. 75-352 : Ch. 754, 3rd Sess. : 50 Stat. 751 : Aug. 24, 1937. [i] (1937)

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Stat. 751 :Aug. 24, 1937
1. Reorganization of Federal Judiciary, Speech of Hon. Kenneth McKellar, February 17, 1937
Speech
2. Congressional Record - March 10, 1937
3. Reorganization of Federal Judiciary, Address of Hon. Edward R. Burke of Nebraska, March 12,
1937 Address
4. S. Rep. No. 711, Reorganization of the Federal Judiciary, to Accompany S. 1392, June 7,
1937 Report
5. Reorganization of the Federal Judiciary, Hearings before the Committee on the Judiciary on S.
1392, Part 1, March 10 to 16, 1937
6. Reorganization of the Federal Judiciary, Hearings before the Committee on the Judiciary on S.
1392, Part 2, March 17 to 20, 1937
7. Reorganization of the Federal Judiciary, Hearings before the Committee on the Judiciary on S.
1392, Part 3, March 22 to 25, 1937
8. Reorganization of the Federal Judiciary, Hearings before the Committee on the Judiciary on S.
1392, Part 4, March 30 to April 2, 1937
9. Reorganization of the Federal Judiciary, Hearings before the Committee on the Judiciary on S.
1392, Part 5, April 5 to 15, 1937
10. Reorganization of the Federal Judiciary, Hearings before the Committee on the Judiciary on S.
1392, Part 6, April 16 to 23, 1937
11. Sen. Rep. No. 963, Reform of Judicial Procedure, to Accompany H.R. 2260, July 22, 1937 Report

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