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UNITED STATES REPORTS

VOLUME 347

CASES ADJUDGED

IN

THE SUPREME COURT

AT

OCTOBER TERM, 1953

FEBRUARY 1 THROUGH JUNE 7, 1954

(END OF TERM)

WALTER WYATT
REPORTER OF DECISIONS

UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON : 1954

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Washington 25, D. C. - Price $5.00 (Buckram)

DOUTE UNITEL

SOF AMERICA 10-19-54

JUSTICES

OF THE

SUPREME COURT

DURING THE TIME OF THESE REPORTS. *

EARL WARREN, CHIEF JUSTICE.
HUGO L. BLACK, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
STANLEY REED, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
FELIX FRANKFURTER, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
WILLIAM O. DOUGLAS, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
ROBERT H. JACKSON, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
HAROLD H. BURTON, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
TOM C. CLARK, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
SHERMAN MINTON, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.

HERBERT BROWNELL, JR., ATTORNEY GENERAL.
SIMON E. SOBELOFF, SOLICITOR GENERAL.?
HAROLD B. WILLEY, CLERK.
WALTER WYATT, REPORTER OF DECISIONS.
T. PERRY LIPPITT, MARSHAL.
HELEN NEWMAN, LIBRARIAN.

*Notes on p. IV.

NOTES.

1 MR. CHIEF JUSTICE WARREN served under a recess appointment from October 5, 1953 until March 2, 1954. (See 346 U. S. IV, VII.) His nomination was sent to the Senate by President Eisenhower on January 11, 1954; the nomination was confirmed on March 1, 1954; and a new commission was issued to him under date of March 2, 1954. See post, p. VII.

2 Mr. Simon E. Sobeloff, of Maryland, was nominated to be Solicitor General by President Eisenhower on January 22, 1954; the nomination was confirmed by the Senate on February 9, 1954; he was commissioned on February 10, 1954; and he took the oath and entered on duty on February 25, 1954. During the vacancy which had existed since the resignation of Solicitor General Cummings effective March 1, 1953 (see 344 U. S. iv, n. 3), the duties of the office of Solicitor General were performed by Mr. Robert L. Stern, First Assistant to the Solicitor General, who signed government briefs and appeared as “Acting Solicitor General.”

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