Administration of United States Courts: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Seventy-seventh Congress, First Session, on S. 1050, a Bill Relating to the Status of Retired Judges; S. 1051, a Bill Relating to the Payment of Fees and Costs of Witnesses and Jurors and the Accounting Therefor; S. 1052, a Bill Relating to the Traveling and Subsistence Expenses of Judges and Retired Judges of the Court of Claims; S. 1053, a Bill to Amend Section 117 of the Judicial Code, as Amended, with Respect to the Constitution of Circuit Courts of Appeals; S. 1054, a Bill to Provide for the Adjournment Or Continuance of Terms of Court and Transfer of Cases Whenever There is Insufficient Business to Justify the Holding of Such Terms; and H.R. 138, an Act to Limit the Authority of Circuit Judges to Hold District Courts and of District Judges to Sit in Circuit Courts of Appeals, Volume 2
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