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UNITED STATES REPORTS
THE SUPREME COURT
OCTOBER TERM, 1952
FROM OCTOBER 6, 1952, THROUGH FEBRUARY 9, 1953
WASHINGTON : 1953
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314 U. S. 334, note 14, line 14: "8328" should be “8117".
343 U. S. 136. The citation in the last line on the page should be: 62 Stat. 793, 18 U.S. C. $ 1951 (b)(2).
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
DURING THE TIME OF THESE REPORTS.*
FRED M. VINSON, CHIEF JUSTICE.
JAMES P. McGRANERY, ATTORNEY GENERAL.”
*Notes on p. iv.
Attorney General James P. McGranery resigned effective January 20, 1953.
2 Mr. Herbert Brownell, Jr., of New York, was nominated to be Attorney General by President Eisenhower on January 20, 1953; the nomination was confirmed by the Senate on January 21, 1953; he was commissioned and took the oath of office on January 21, 1953.
3 Mr. Walter J. Cummings, Jr., of Illinois, was commissioned as Solicitor General by President Truman on November 28, 1952 (a recess appointment), and took the oath of office on December 2, 1952. His nomination as Solicitor General by President Truman on January 9, 1953, was not acted upon by the Senate. He resigned effective March 1, 1953.
* Between August 15, 1952, the effective date of Solicitor General Perlman's resignation (see 343 U. S. p. iv, note 3), and the date Mr. Cummings took office, and also after the effective date of Mr. Cummings' resignation, 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.”
5 Mr. Harold B. Willey was appointed Clerk of the Court on October 9, 1952, to succeed the late Charles Elmore Cropley, and took the oath of office on October 13, 1952. See post, pp. VII, IX, 801.
6 Mr. T. Perry Lippitt was appointed Marshal of the Court on June 9, 1952, effective upon the retirement of Thomas Ennalls Waggaman at the close of business June 30, 1952. See 343 U. S., p. vii. He took the oath of office on June 30, 1952.