...Power of the President to remove federal officers: Opinions and dissenting opinions of the Supreme court of the United States in the case of Lois P. Myers, administratrix of Frank S. Myers, appellant, v. the United States together with briefs and oral arguments by Mr. Will R. King, the senior senator from Pennsylvania, Mr. Pepper, and the then solicitor general, Mr. Beck, also briefs and reply briefs in reargument...
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Transcript of record appeal from the Court of Claims
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42 Stat act of June advice and consent amicus curiae appellant appointment and removal argument Article Attorney authority Beck bill Chief Justice claimant clause commission Comptroller Cong consent of Senate Constitutional Convention construction Court of Claims creating the office debate decision of 1789 declared dent dismissed duty executive department executive power exercise expiration faithfully executed Federal framers George Wharton Pepper Government grant gress heads of departments impeachment inferior officers January 31 judges lative laws be faithfully legislative power legislature limit Madison malfeasance in office mandamus Marbury ment Myers nominate office act opinion Oreg plaintiff post office postmaster at Portland power of appointment power of Congress power of removal prerogative prescribed President to remove President with consent President's power question removal from office respect Restriction on removal salary Secretary session Solicitor statute successor Supreme Court tenure of office Term of office tion United vest the appointment vote