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CERTAIN OFFICERS OF COURTS. 105 iso. S93. The court may establish further, rules for taking depositions _ Court may estabau allother acts connected therewith, subject to the regulations con- Bm-f“"‘h°' "EL tamed in t .e thirteenth preceding sections. wg M“’°h· 1**9** °· 29, s. l1, v. 13, p. 5 . PROOF OF WILLS BY COMMISSION. Sec. 894. Whenever a will or codicil shall be exhibited for probate to P'°€’f 9f “'m“ hy the supremerourt, if any of the witnesses to the same shall reside out °°m°“"`°"` - of the District, or he temporarily absent thereirom at the time when 3 March, 1869, c. the will or codicil shall be so exhibited, the court may issue, upon per- U9·V·15»P·34°· sonal not1ce of not less than twenty days to all parties in interest, a commission to one or more competent persons to take the deposition of such absentwituess, in such form as the court may prescribe, touching the execution of such will or codicil, and the competency of the testator at the time of the execution thereof. Sec. 895. In_ all such cases the original will or codicil shall accom Will W _*¤=90¤¤· pany the commission, and be exhibited to the witnesses. P““Y °°”‘“““‘°“· Ibid. Sec. 896. Such depositions, when returned to the court, shall be _E&`°°° °f ‘l°P°Si‘ received therein as competent evidence, and have the same force and ifi... effect as 1f the witnesses were personally present and testifying in the Ibid. court. CHAPTER TWENTY-SIX. CERTAIN OFFICERS OF COURTS Sec. Sec. 897. Fees of clerk, marshal, and attorney. 913. Failure of marshal to pay over small 898. Per diem of marshal and clerk. sums. 899. Table of fees of marshal and clerk. 914. Prepayment of marshal’s fees. 900. Attendance at criminal term. 915. Clerk; appointment, oath, and bond 901. Fees of coroner, dw. 916. Assistant clerks. 902. Pay of bsilifs and criers. 917. Plaintiff to make deposit with clerk. 903. Fees to attorneys and solicitors. 918. Poor persons not required to make 904. United States attorney, appointment , deposit. aud duties. 919. Copies irom justices' docketsx 905. Oaths and adlrmations. 5 920. How made. _ 906. No allowance for deputy, or for g 921. Fees from private parties, payable omce expenses § when. _ 907. To pa his deputies, &.c. t 922. Fees allowed in certain cases. 908. Fees, how payable. 1 923. Semi-annual return of fees. 909. Limit tc compensation. I 924. Limit to sale?. 910. Marshal, appointment and duties. 925. Adjustment o accounts., 911. Fees in certain cases. 926. Decree of the court. 912. Executions issued by justices of tho 927. Accounts, how settled. peau. 928. Copy of decree. PROVISIONS RELATING T0 BEYEBXL OFFICERS. Sec. 897. The fees of the clerk of the marshal, and of the United F°°° °*` °l°’k· _ _ . 7 . . . marshal, and at- States district attorney, except, in each case, so far as diderently speci- Macy_ tied in this chapter, shall be the same as the fees respectively allowed to clerks of the district and circuit courts, marshals, attorneys, solicitors, ,63, B_ ,3, i);; and proctors, by chapter sixteen, “Fees,” of Title XHI, “The J ud1c1ary,” 195, 1g6_ of the Revised Statutes. gm s. s. u. s., pp.m-m.1_ _ _ Per dim of mM_ Sec. 898. The marshal and clerk shall receive their daily compensa- nm, and c,_,rk_ tion for attending court. "—"‘_""“";; M,,,," mn, 0, 23, s. 3, v. 2, p. 431. Sec. 899. It shall be the duty of the marshal and clerk to make a '1‘=¤=>l<i oflivasdyf table of their respective fees, in dollars and cents, acc0rding_to law, and ; to keep a copy thereof, ut all times, exposed to public view in their Ibm., s. 4. respective officcs.