Department of Justice Appropriation Bill for 1939: Hearings Before the Subcommittee ... Seventy-fifth Congress, Third Session on the Department of Justice Appropriation Bill for 1939
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1938 - 510 pages
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Page 246 - Trust Fund" applied to the education of the Indians in the schools of their choice, and the same view was entertained by the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia and the Court of Appeals of the District.
Page 62 - Indictments arising in connection with commercial fraud cases are particularly difficult. Many new and novel questions are presented in the drawing of indictments in connection with other recently-enacted legislation, such as the National Firearms Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act and the National Labor Relations Act. Our request for 11 additional stenographers was based upon the assumption that the additional amount would be allowed for eight attorneys and seven special assistants, but regardless...
Page 4 - States for the purposes of erecting thereon any armory, arsenal, fort, fortification, navy yard, customhouse, lighthouse, or other public building of any kind whatever, until the written opinion of the Attorney General shall be had in favor of the validity of the title, nor until the consent of the legislature of the State in which the land or site may be, to such purchase, has been given.
Page 154 - Packers and Stockyards Act. 4. The Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act of 1937. 5. The Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938. 6. The Railway Labor Act. 7. The Motor Carrier Act. 8. The Federal Water Power Act. 9. The Bituminous Coal Act of 1937. 10. The Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938. Mr. ARNOLD. I think it might be well to put in the record at this time that our total number of cases is 208. These are simply the major cases that we are referring to. Mr. MCMILLAN. The major cases now pending? Mr....
Page 106 - Local No. 202 of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Stablemen & Helpers of America et al.— Indictment returned August 3, 1933, in the District Court for the Southern District of New York.
Page 446 - That no part of any appropriation in this Act shall be used for administrative expenses in connection with commitments for grants aggregating more than the total of amounts available in the current year from the amounts authorized for making such commitments through June 30, 1967, plus the additional amounts appropriated therefor.
Page 108 - The Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the judgment of the District Court in disallowing damages under the counterclaim.
Page 248 - ... for the United States Court of Appeals and the District Court of the United States for the District of Columbia, and in recent planning of other Government buildings.
Page 248 - We hold the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia are constitutional courts of the United States, ordained and established under article III of the Constitution.
Page 159 - Frank Cushman, Chief of the Trade and Industrial Education Service of the United States Office of Education, has stated, "We think there are two groups of responsibilities (in apprenticeship). One group has to do with labor standards, wages, hours, quotas, length of apprenticeship period, etc. The other group has to do with education and training of apprentices.