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1. 299 U. S. 16, line 6, “4 Fed.” should be “46 Fed.” 2. 326 U. S. 546, line 17, “Ch. IX” should be “Ch. Х”. 3. 329 U. S. 289, line 24, “$ 8 (6)” should be “$ 8а (6)”.

JUSTICES

OF THE

SUPREME COURT

DURING THE TIME OF THESE REPORTS.

FRED M. VINSON, CHIEF JUSTICE.
HUGO L. BLACK, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
STANLEY REED, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
FELIX FRANKFURTER, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
WILLIAM O. DOUGLAS, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
FRANK MURPHY, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
ROBERT H. JACKSON, AssociATE JUSTICE.
WILEY RUTLEDGE, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
HAROLD H. BURTON, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.

RETIRED

CHARLES EVANS HUGHES, CHIEF JUSTICE.

TOM C. CLARK, ATTORNEY GENERAL.
PHILIP B. PERLMAN, SOLICITOR GENERAL.
CHARLES ELMORE CROPLEY, CLERK.
WALTER WYATT, REPORTER.
THOMAS ENNALLS WAGGAMAN, MARSHAL.
HELEN NEWMAN, LIBRARIAN.

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.

ALLOTMENT OF JUSTICES.

It is ordered that the following allotment be made of the Chief Justice and Associate Justices of this Court among the circuits, agreeably to the Acts of Congress in such case made and provided, and that such allotment be entered of record, viz:

For the First Circuit, Felix FRANKFURTER, Associate Justice.

For the Second Circuit, ROBERT H. JACKSON, Associate Justice.

For the Third Circuit, HAROLD H. BURTON, Associate Justice.

For the Fourth Circuit, FRED M. Vinson, Chief Justice. For the Fifth Circuit, Hugo L. BLACK, Associate Justice. For the Sixth Circuit, STANLEY REED, Associate Justice.

For the Seventh Circuit, FRANK MURPHY, Associate Justice.

For the Eighth Circuit, WILEY RUTLEDGE, Associate Justice.

For the Ninth Circuit, WILLIAM O. DOUGLAS, Associate Justice.

For the Tenth Circuit, WILEY RUTLEDGE, Associate Justice.

For the District of Columbia, FRED M. Vinson, Chief Justice.

October 14, 1946.

(For next previous allotment, see 328 U. S. p. IV.)

PROCEEDINGS IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES

In Memory of Mr. Chief Justice Stone'

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1948 ?

Present: MR. CHIEF JUSTICE VINSON, MR. JUSTICE BLACK, MR. JUSTICE REED, MR. JUSTICE FRANKFURTER, MR. JUSTICE Douglas, MR. JUSTICE JACKSON, MR. JUSTICE RUTLEDGE, and MR. JUSTICE BURTON.

MR. SOLICITOR GENERAL PERLMAN addressed the Court as follows:

May it please this Honorable Court: At a meeting of members of the Bar of the Supreme Court, held on November 12, 1947, resolutions expressing their profound sorrow at the death of Chief Justice Harlan Fiske Stone were offered by a committee, of which the Honorable Dean Acheson was chairman.* Addresses on the resolu

1 MR. CHIEF JUSTICE STONE was stricken on the bench on April 22, 1946, and died during the evening of the same day. See 327 U. S. III, V.

2 Proceedings in memory of MR. JUSTICE McREYNOLDS were held on the same day; but limitations of space prevent their publication in this volume. They will be published in 334 U.S.

3 The Committee on Arrangements for the meeting of the Bar consisted of Solicitor General Philip B. Perlman, Chairman, Mr. John Lord O'Brian, Mr. Pierce Butler, Mr. John Spalding Flannery, and Mr. Roger Robb.

• The Committee on Resolutions consisted of Mr. Dean G. Acheson, Chairman, Mr. Sidney S. Alderman, Judge Florence E. Allen, Mr. James Crawford Biggs, Mr. Bennett Boskey, Mr. William Marshall tions were made by the Honorable John J. Parker, senior judge of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals; Luther Ely Smith, Esquire, of St. Louis, Mo., and the Honorable Herbert Wechsler, of New York. The resolutions, adopted unanimously, are as follows:

RESOLUTIONS

Chief Justice Stone died in Washington, D. C., on April 22, 1946, while in his twenty-second year of active service as a Justice of the Supreme Court. The members of the Bar of this Court have met in the Supreme Court Building on November 12, 1947, to offer affectionate tribute to his memory and to record with due solemnity their respect for the man and for his distinguished services to his profession and to his Nation.

Bullitt, Mr. Charles C. Burlingham, Mr. James F. Byrnes, Miss Helen R. Carloss, Mr. Sterling Douglas Carr, Mr. Henry P. Chandler, Mr. Robert F. Cogswell, Mr. Alexis Coudert, Mr. John W. Davis, Mr. Duane R. Dills, Mr. Francis X. Downey, Mr. Charles D. Drayton, Mr. Allison Dunham, Mr. Charles Fahy, Mr. John S. Flannery, Mr. Edward L. Friedman, Mr. Wilbur Friedman, Mr. William L. Frierson, Mr. Warner W. Gardner, Mr. Lloyd K. Garrison, Mr. Walter Gellhorn, Chief Justice D. Lawrence Groner, Mr. Milton Handler, Mr. Thomas E. Harris, Mr. Francis R. Kirkham, Mr. Daniel W. Knowlton, Mr. Adrien C. Leiby, Mr. Monte M. Lemann, Mr. Harold Leventhal, Mr. Louis Lusky, Mr. William P. MacCracken, Jr., Mr. Edward F. McClennen, Mr. Alfred McCormack, Mr. J. Howard McGrath, Mr. Oliver B. Merrill, Jr., Mr. Earl C. Michener, Mr. William D. Mitchell, Mr. George Maurice Morris, Mr. James L. Morrison, Mr. C. Roger Nelson, Mr. Eugene Nickerson, Mr. George Wharton Pepper, Mr. Herbert Prashker, Mr. Donald R. Richberg, Mr. George Rublee, Mr. Eustace Seligman, Mr. Morrison Shafroth, Mr. Young B. Smith, Mr. Robert Stone, Mr. Hatton W. Sumners, Mr. William A. Sutherland, Judge Thomas D. Thacher, Mr. William R. Vallance, Mr. George T. Washington, Mr. Howard C. Westwood, Mr. Alexander Wiley, and Mrs. Mabel Walker Willebrandt.

5 It is regretted that limitations of space prevent the publication of these addresses in this volume. It is understood that they will be published privately in a memorial volume to be prepared under the supervision of Mr. Charles Elmore Cropley, Clerk of the Court.

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