First Monday in October

And have a look
at U.S. V. Albertson, 1954.

It's in Volume 348, U.S.
Maybe 349.

- Is she in?
- Oh, yes, sir, Mr. Justice Snow.

Just hold on a second.
- Yes?
- Madame Justice,

Mr. Justice Snow
would like to see you.

He would? When?
He's here.
Just check those references.
I'll get back to you. Thank you.

Tell Mr. Justice Snow I'll be happy
to see him in a minute.

She'll be happy to see you
in a moment.

Thank you.
Ask Mr. Justice Snow
to come in, Mr. Robinson.

- You may go in, Mr. Justice.
- Thank you.

No, no. Please. Please don't get up.
Don't get up.

You'd stand, Mr. Justice,
if I came to call on you in chambers.

Oh, I wouldn't be too sure
about that.

I can't tell you how grateful I am to you
for seeing me like this

on no notice whatsoever.
- It's my honor.
- Is it?

Well, I suppose it is.
that's quite a desk,
and so neat.

Do aircraft land here frequently?
What is it that you wanted
to see me about?

Nothing earthshaking.
By George, I was a little startled to see
that you got a male law clerk out there.