my order, that certain documents essential to the day-to-day activities of the union will remain in the Government's custody for only a very limited time. The union's second objection consequently is moot.
I conclude, therefore, that the attachment to the subpoena duces tecum satisfies the requisite elements of relevance, specificity, and reasonableness in time, and that it is not unreasonable or oppressive. All the items enumerated in the attachment arguably bear on union financial activities governed by the statutes named by the Government. Moreover, the description contained in the attachment is sufficient to enable the union to know what particular items are required and to select them accordingly. McPhaul v. United States, supra, 364 U.S. at 382, 81 S. Ct. at 144; Brown v. United States, 276 U.S. 134, 143, 48 S. Ct. 288, 290, 72 L. Ed. 500 (1928). Finally, the time period covered by the documents sought, two and one-half years, is quite reasonable when measured by In re Horowitz, supra.
BY THE COURT:
AND NOW, this 20th day of September, 1974, upon consideration of petitioner's Motion to Quash Grand Jury Subpoena, the Government's Answer and Affidavit, and after oral argument, it is ORDERED that:
1. The Motion to Quash is DENIED, except that the original records required to be produced are restricted to those specified in the attachment to the subpoena, PROVIDED; that the Grand Jury may subpoena additional described documents if it determines such documents are needed after inspection and review of those produced in conformity with this Order;
2. Except as specified in Section 3, below, each original record surrendered to the Grand Jury shall be returned within one month of receipt, unless cause for longer retention is shown. During the period in which records are possessed by the Grand Jury and/or its agents, reasonable provision shall be made for Union representatives to have access to such records as is necessary for the day to day conduct of its business;
3. Any savings account pass book and any payroll record made in the year 1974 shall be returned to the custody of the Union within 48 hours of its receipt by an agent of the Grand Jury. Any record which contains electrically encoded data on a magnetic stripe will not be taken from the custody of the Union if: (a) the Union provides all printout sheets which are generated from such electrically encoded data, and (b) the Union provides, upon request of an agent of the Grand Jury, such photocopies of those records containing a magnetic stripe as are required;
4. Assistant United States Attorney Thomas A. Bergstrom will take full responsibility for the receipt, care, custody and control of the records when received, and ultimately the return of the records when the Grand Jury's investigation is completed;
5. In light of the Government's consent to an extension of one week for compliance, all records to be produced under this subpoena will be provided on September 25, 1974, at 10:00 a.m.