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La dedvction de l'innocence de messire Philippe Baron de Montmorency, Conte de Hornes, franc seigneur de Vveert, admiral & capitaine general de la Mer du pais bas ... contre la malicievse apprehension, indeüe detention, injuste procedure, fausse accusation, iniques sentences et tyrannicque exécution en sa personne à grand tort, par voye de faict perpetrees

U.S. Reports: Conrad v. Griffey, 57 U.S. (16 How.) 38 (1854)

U.S. Reports: United States v. Grant, 110 U.S. 225 (1884)

Five Drills in Parliamentary Procedure

U.S. Reports: Louisville and Nashville RD. Co. v. Schmidt, 177 U.S. 230 (1900)

U.S. Reports: Virginia v. West Virginia, 234 U.S. 117 (1914)

United States Code: Procedure, 28 U.S.C. §§ 723a-880 (Suppl. 7 1925)

United States Code: Procedure, 28 U.S.C. §§ 738-880 (Suppl. 4 1925)

United States Code: Procedure, 28 U.S.C. §§ 738-880 (Suppl. 3 1925)

United States Code: Procedure, 28 U.S.C. §§ 738-880 (Suppl. 2 1925)

United States Code: Procedure, 28 U.S.C. §§ 738-880 (Suppl. 5 1925)

United States Code: Procedure, 28 U.S.C. §§ 738-880 (Suppl. 6 1925)

United States Code: Procedure, 28 U.S.C. §§ 754-880 (Suppl. 1 1934)

United States Code: Procedure, 28 U.S.C. §§ 721-880 (Suppl. 5 1934)

United States Code: Procedure, 28 U.S.C. §§ 723a-880 (Suppl. 4 1934)

United States Code: Procedure, 28 U.S.C. §§ 723a-880 (Suppl. 3 1934)

United States Code: Procedure, 28 U.S.C. §§ 754-880 (Suppl. 2 1934)

First exclusive picture in new Supreme Court building. Members of the United States Supreme Court Advisory Committee on rules of Civil Procedure in an exclusive Harris & Ewing photograph which was the first to be made of any legal group in the new Court building. The committee is working out a uniform set of rules to be used in district courts to so as to secure one form of procedure. From the left, seated: Edison R. Sunderland, U. of Mich.; Chas. E. Clark. Yale; Wm. D. Mitchell, former attorney general; Edgar B. Colman, Spl. Ass't Att. Gen/; George W. Wickersham, former Attorney Gen. (Standing), L to R: James Moore, clerk; Ferdinand Stone. Edward C. Jaegerman, both clerks; Geo. Donworth, Seattle; A.M. Dobie, Virginia Law School; Warren Olney, Jr., San Francisco; Robt. G. Dodge, Boston; Monte N. Lee Lemman, New Orleans; Edmund M. Morgen, Harvard; Wilbur H. Cherry, Minn.; S.M. Loftin, former Bar Assn. Pres. [...]

First pictures in new Supreme Court shows advisors. Exclusive: this is the first picture to be made of an official meeting of any legal body in the new U.S. Supreme Court. It shows William D. Mitchell, left, former attorney general, and George W. Wickersham, as they met with a group as appointed as the United States Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Rules of Civil Procedure. The meeting was in the conference room next to the court chamber, and was the first time a conference room has been used in the new building

S.E.C. reports to White House. Washington, D.C., April 13. The Securities and Exchange Commission held an informal conference this morning before leaving for the White House where Chairman James M. Landis told President Roosevelt that the Commission hopes to complete its corporate reorganization study soon and transmit a report to Congress. the study, Landis said, will deal with foreign bond defaults, Judicial reorganization procedure and other reorganization plans. he indicated the report may result in regulatory legislation "to protect investors" in the photograph, left to right: Commissioners George C. Matthews and William O. Douglas; Chairman James M. Landis; Commissioners J.D. Ross and Robert E. Healy, 4/13/1937

Supreme Court up with docket clerk reports to Senate Judiciary Committee. Washington, D.C., March 30. The United States Supreme Court is well up with its docket, Charles Elmore Cropley, Clerk of the Court, informed the Senate Judiciary Committee today. The statement given the committee by Cropley contained the information that the new rules on "modernizing and liberalizing" of procedure had speeded up the work of the court, 3/30/1937

Territory under German "protectorate." Washington, D.C., March 18. The Czechoslovakian [...] Legation and former Austrian Embassy side by side on 'Embassy Row', a section of upper Massachusetts Avenue here. Since Germany's occupation of Austria and her un-recognized seizure of the remainder of Czechoslovakia, the property has been claimed as German territory, following the procedure of all embassies and legations under diplomatic rules.

Defense housing, Erie, Pennsylvania. The entire framework, including sections for doors and windows, is fabricated horizontally. The crew working here will later move to another site and repeat the procedure. This circulation of crews who are experienced in one type of construction adds to the speed with which defense homes are being built. Two crews of forty men each are used to raise the stud frames of a four-unit defense home. On the project shown here, one crew started the framework at 8:30am, fabricating it horizontally, and finished it at noon. The other crew moved in shortly after, erected the stud frame, ends, and floor joists, and finished the entire framework by 4:30pm the same day

Defense housing, Erie, Pennsylvania. The entire framework, including sections for doors and windows, is fabricated horizontally. The crew working here will later move to another site and repeat the procedure. This circulation of crews who are experienced in one type of construction adds to the speed with which defense homes are being built. Two crews of forty men each are used to raise the stud frames of a four-unit defense home. On the project shown here, one crew started the framework at 8:30am, fabricating it horizontally, and finished it at noon. The other crew moved in shortly after, erected the stud frame, ends, and floor joists, and finished the entire framework by 4:30pm the same day

War Housing, Erie, Pennsylvania. The entire framework, including sections for doors and windows, is fabricated horizontally. The crew working here will later move to another site and repeat the procedure. This circulation of crews who are experienced in one type of construction adds to the speed with which defense homes are being built. Two crews of forty men each are used to raise the stud frames of a four-unit defense home. On the project shown here, one crew started the framework at 8:30am, fabricating it horizontally, and finished it at noon. The other crew moved in shortly after, erected the stud frame, ends, and floor joists, and finished the entire framework by 4:30pm the same day

Rubber reclamation. Reclaimed rubber in the making. Dried scrap rubber, reclaimed at a large Midwest plant, is discharged from a continuous belt dryer and collected for an operation on the mill rolls. The procedure is known as the xylos process. Firestone

Defense housing, Erie, Pennsylvania. The entire framework, including sections for doors and windows, is fabricated horizontally. The crew working here will later move to another site and repeat the procedure. This circulation of crews who are experienced in one type of construction adds to the speed with which defense homes are being built. Two crews of forty men each are used to raise the stud frames of a four-unit defense home. On the project shown here, one crew started the framework at 8:30am, fabricating it horizontally, and finished it at noon. The other crew moved in shortly after, erected the stud frame, ends, and floor joists, and finished the entire framework by 4:30pm the same day

Defense housing, Erie, Pennsylvania. The entire framework, including sections for doors and windows, is fabricated horizontally. The crew working here will later move to another site and repeat the procedure. This circulation of crews who are experienced in one type of construction adds to the speed with which defense homes are being built. Two crews of forty men each are used to raise the stud frames of a four-unit defense home. On the project shown here, one crew started the framework at 8:30am, fabricating it horizontally, and finished it at noon. The other crew moved in shortly after, erected the stud frame, ends, and floor joists, and finished the entire framework by 4:30pm the same day

Defense housing, Erie, Pennsylvania. The entire framework, including sections for doors and windows, is fabricated horizontally. The crew working here will later move to another site and repeat the procedure. This circulation of crews who are experienced in one type of construction adds to the speed with which defense homes are being built. Two crews of forty men each are used to raise the stud frames of a four-unit defense home. On the project shown here, one crew started the framework at 8:30am, fabricating it horizontally, and finished it at noon. The other crew moved in shortly after, erected the stud frame, ends, and floor joists, and finished the entire framework by 4:30pm the same day

Defense housing, Erie, Pennsylvania. The entire framework, including sections for doors and windows, is fabricated horizontally. The crew working here will later move to another site and repeat the procedure. This circulation of crews who are experienced in one type of construction adds to the speed with which defense homes are being built. Two crews of forty men each are used to raise the stud frames of a four-unit defense home. On the project shown here, one crew started the framework at 8:30am, fabricating it horizontally, and finished it at noon. The other crew moved in shortly after, erected the stud frame, ends, and floor joists, and finished the entire framework by 4:30pm the same day

Defense housing, Erie, Pennsylvania. The entire framework, including sections for doors and windows, is fabricated horizontally. The crew working here will later move to another site and repeat the procedure. This circulation of crews who are experienced in one type of construction adds to the speed with which defense homes are being built. Two crews of forty men each are used to raise the stud frames of a four-unit defense home. On the project shown here, one crew started the framework at 8:30am, fabricating it horizontally, and finished it at noon. The other crew moved in shortly after, erected the stud frame, ends, and floor joists, and finished the entire framework by 4:30pm the same day

Feeding white rat with vitamin-rich solution from dehydrated eggs; this is part of procedure in bio-assay method of determining vitamin content of dehydrated eggs. Regional agricultural research laboratory, Albany, California

Feeding white rat with vitamin-rich solution from dehydrated eggs; this is part of procedure in bio-assay method of determining vitamin content of dehydrated eggs. Regional agricultural research laboratory, Albany, California

Feeding white rat with vitamin-rich solution from dehydrated eggs; this is part of procedure in bio-assay method of determining vitamin content of dehydrated eggs. Regional agricultural research laboratory. Albany, California

Conservation of durable goods. That's no idle whim of Uncle Sam's; these empty tubes you turn in before buying more are converted into essential products. Vital tin and alloy metals conserved by this procedure

Nurse training. A student nurse (right) assists the doctor with a lumbar puncture, an important diagnostic procedure for back diseases or injuries. The student must sterilize needles and manometer, get the patient into correct position, prepare the skin area which will be punctured, and take charge of the specimen of spinal fluid before it is analyzed

Weighing white rat as part of procedure in bio-assay method of determining vitamin content of dehydrated eggs. Regional agricultural research laboratory, Albany, California

Science and research. Studies of non-coking coals. V.F. Parry, supervising engineer of the Golden, Colorado field station of the U.S. Bureau of Mines is "sighting a coke bubble." This procedure is used to determine if a given coke has changed its properties or it is similar to another coke. One gram of powdered coal is heated at 820 degrees centigrade for two and a half minutes. The resulting "bubble" is then compared with a standard chart to determine its characteristics, as revealed by the shape it has assumed. This research is part of a project to find ways of improving the quality of coke from western coal

Washington, D.C. Student having his teeth examined an annual procedure at Wilson High School

Washington, D.C. Examining students' teeth, an annual procedure at Wilson High School

Washington, D.C. Student having her teeth examined, an annual procedure at Wilson High School

Daniel Field, Georgia. Air Service Command. Class in gas mask procedure

Greenville, South Carolina. Air Service Command. Men of the the 1067th signal company of the 25th service group, attending a class in the procedure for sending messages

Japanese-American volunteers. This is the Army, Shuichi "Pete" Sakamoto, surveyor and civil engineer, and Bill Shiramizu of Hanamaulu, are told by Captain C.J. White, commanding officer of the provisional company of AJA (Americans of Japanese ancestry) volunteers on Kauai, as they spend their first day in camp. Not yet sworn into the Army, the men has passed their preliminary physical and were waiting results of their X-ray and blood tests. They were among the first of Kauai's contingent of AJA volunteers to begin the last stage of the induction procedure

Washington, D.C. A demonstration of the correct procedure in applying street makeup in a home management class at Woodrow Wilson High School

Washington, D.C. A demonstration of correct procedure in applying street makeup in a home management class at Woodrow Wilson High School

Washington, D.C. A demonstration of the correct procedure in applying street makeup in a home management class at Woodrow Wilson High School

Washington, D.C. Student having his teeth examined an annual procedure at Wilson High School

Japanese-American volunteers. This is the Army, Shuichi "Pete" Sakamoto, surveyor and civil engineer, and Bill Shiramizu of Hanamaulu, are told by Captain C.J. White, commanding officer of the provisional company of AJA (Americans of Japanese ancestry) volunteers on Kauai, as they spend their first day in camp. Not yet sworn into the Army, the men has passed their preliminary physical and were waiting results of their X-ray and blood tests. They were among the first of Kauai's contingent of AJA volunteers to begin the last stage of the induction procedure

Washington, D.C. A demonstration of the correct procedure in applying street makeup in a home management class at Woodrow Wilson High School

America's petroleum industries pour out fuel and lubricants for the United Nations. At an oil well in the U.S. Southwest state of Oklahoma, oil drillers are using tools called "tongs" which are clamped on the drill stem to screw on a new section of stem or to unscrew the stem, section by section, after the drilling far below the earth's surface is finished. This procedure is common in modern rotary drilling for oil . The well pictured here is being drilled by a "wildcat" organization of drillers, which means they are formed in a group independent of any of the great oil companies. The well, if successful, will contribute to the vast quantity of oil being poured overseas to the U.S. armed forces and the United Nations for the successful waging of the war. The predictable total of U.S. oil production in 1944, according to a U.S. oil company official, is 1,601,2500,000 barrels produced by thousands of wells such as this one. Some U.S. oilwells today are drilled to a depth of three miles (4.8 kilometers) underground

Transshipment Procedure for Unloading

Transshipment Procedure for Loading

Code of Federal Regulations: Rules Of Practice And Procedure; Adjudication Under Administrative Procedure Act, 24 C.F.R. (1958)

Photograph of Forest Service Scaler Marking Logs in a Scaling Procedure at the Edith Chaney Mill

Code of Federal Regulations: Rules Of Practice And Procedure; Adjudications Under Administrative Procedure Act, 12 C.F.R. (1959)

Code of Federal Regulations: Rules Of Practice And Procedure; Adjudications Under Administrative Procedure Act, 12 C.F.R. (1963)

United States Code: Courts and Procedure Therein, 11 U.S.C. § 41 (Suppl. 4 1964)

United States Code: Courts and Procedure Therein, 11 U.S.C. § 41 (Suppl. 5 1964)

U.S. Reports: City of Kenosha v. Bruno, 412 U.S. 507 (1973)

LOW COST ENGINE BUILDUP PROCEDURE

LOW COST ENGINE ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE

PVT. 2nd Class Steve Daniels, a medical specialist, sutures the arm of STAFF SGT. Robert S. Walker, a patient at the medical department activity (MEDDAC) health services building. PVT. 2 Debbie Nowakowski assists in the procedure

U.S. Reports: Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Corp. v. NRDC, 435 U.S. 519 (1978)

Cynthia Henson, a laboratory technician, performs a screening procedure for diagnosing venereal disease during lab tests at Clark USAF Hospital

U. S. Army personnel participate in a courtroom procedure in the Court of Military Review

QUENCH TANK ASSEMBLY INSTRUMENTATION AND BUILDUP PROCEDURE

QUENCH TANK ASSEMBLY INSTRUMENTATION AND BUILDUP PROCEDURE

U. S. Army personnel participate in a courtroom procedure in the Court of Military Review

QUENCH TANK ASSEMBLY INSTRUMENTATION AND BUILDUP PROCEDURE

U. S. Army personnel participate in a courtroom procedure in the Court of Military Review

Two female U. S. Army officers are sworn in during a courtroom procedure in the Court of Military Review

A full scale model of an Air Force F-111 fighter aircraft is mounted upside down on a test tower. This procedure is used to test the data link weapons control system

U.S. Reports: Clayton v. Automobile Workers, 451 U.S. 679 (1981)

SET UP IN TEST CELL FOR RECORDING THE ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE CALIBRATION INSTRUMENTATION

SET UP IN TEST CELL FOR RECORDING THE ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE CALIBRATION INSTRUMENTATION

AMN Monica Gonzalez, a member of the fire department, checks the pressure of a tire on a P-4 fire truck. This is a required procedure in maintaining a safety check on all fire trucks

An Aircrewman from a 71st Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron HH-3 helicopter discusses the procedure for attaching a 400 gallon container of water that will be used to extinguish a fire approaching the Blair Lakes bombing range facility

GEN John W. Pauly, left, Deputy Secretary of Defense Graham Claytor and COL Plowden watch an F-4 Phantom II fighter aircraft in-shelter refueling demonstration as the procedure is explained to the secretary by a first lieutenant

STAFF SGT. Mary Hoggan and SENIOR AIRMAN Mike Sharp perform an intervention procedure on a "major aircraft accident victim." The airmen are participating in a mass medical emergency training exercise

Combat control team (CCT) members and a Thai soldier use equipment to check weather as part of airdrop control procedure in a drop zone. The CCT is from the 374th Tactical Airlift Wing, involved in a joint parachute training exercise with Thai forces

Combat control team (CCT) members, in a drop zone, prepare equipment for airdrop control procedure, as a Thai soldier watches. The CCT is from the 374th Tactical Airlift Wing, involved in a joint parachute training exercise with Thai forces

Combat control team (CCT) members and their Thai counterparts perform airdrop control procedure in a drop zone. The CCT is from the 374th Tactical Airlift Wing, involved in a joint parachute training exercise with Thai forces

U.S. Reports: Evans v. Alabama, 461 U.S. 1301 (1982)

A supervisor here uses a model to brief news media representatives on the procedure that will be used to refloat the battleship NEW JERSEY (BB-62). The ship is being refitted after being in mothball storage since 1969

Artwork: "Engine Build-Up Procedure at Jorhat Phase I" Artist: Jim Scott

Artwork: "Engine Build-Up Procedure at Jorhat Phase IV" Artist: Jim Scott

Artwork: "Engine Build-Up Procedure at Jorhat Phase II" Artist: Jim Scott

The engine of a C-117 aircraft is removed for shipment as part of the retirement procedure for the plane

The engine of a C-117 aircraft is guided away from the plane after being removed as part of the retirement procedure. The C-117 is being retired from active duty

The propeller of a C-117 aircraft is prepared for shipment and later use as part of the retirement procedure for the plane. The C-117 is being retired from active duty

Members of the I Corps Aviation Detachment train in the proper procedure for using a 10-man raft during an exercise in Lewis Lake

A Honduran soldier is instructed by members of the 41st Combat Support Hospital on the proper procedure for giving inter-muscular injections during the Ahuas Tara II (Big Pine) operation

A Honduran soldier is instructed by members of the 41st Combat Support Hospital on the proper procedure for giving inter-muscular injections during the Ahuas Tara II (Big Pine) operation

A Honduran soldier is instructed by members of the 41st Combat Support Hospital on the proper procedure for giving inter-muscular injections during the Ahuas Tara II (Big Pine) operation

A Honduran soldier is instructed by members of the 41st Combat Support Hospital on the proper procedure for giving inter-muscular injections during the Ahuas Tara II (Big Pine) operation

A Honduran soldier is instructed by members of the 41st Combat Support Hospital on the proper procedure for giving inter-muscular injections during the Ahuas Tara II (Big Pine) operation

Sergeant Charles Crowe prepares to record an audio tape for a training procedure at the Instructional Television Production Facility

A member of the Peoples Revolutionary Army is searched by Marines after his capture during Operation URGENT FURY. A member of the Navy Combat Camera Team, films the procedure

Dr. (CAPT.) D. Deyar and a team of nurses conduct a heart catheterization procedure on a patient at a medical facility aboard the base