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-54(b) In case of a vacancy in the office of United States marshal, the district court may appoint a person to exercise the duties of the vacant office until the vacancy is filled. The order of appointment by the court shall be filed with the clerk of court. (c) The United States marshal shall be allowed 60 days' leave of absence with pay each year, under regulations prescribed by the President. (d) The United States marshal shall reside within the Canal Zone. (e) The appointment and tenure of deputies and clerical assistants and the salaries of the United States marshal and his deputies and clerical assistants are subject to sections 542 and 552 of Title 28, United States Code. § 46. Powers and duties of United States marshal; supervision by Attorney General (a) The United States marshal shall be the marshal of the district court and may, in its discretion, be required to attend any session of the court. (b) The marshal shall execute all lawful writs, process, and orders issued under authority of the United States or of the Government of the Canal Zone, except: (1) those returnable to the magistrates' courts; or (2) those issued pursuant to section 1101 of Title 2— and he shall command all necessary assistance to execute his duties. (c) The Attorney General shall supervise and direct the marshal in the performance of public duties and accounting for public moneys. The marshal shall report his official proceedings, receipts and disbursements, and the condition of his office as the Attorney General directs. § 47. Fees of United States marshal The United States marshal shall receive, deposit, and account for all public moneys collected by him in accordance with the laws, rules, and regulations governing the receipt and disposition of moneys by United States marshals of judicial districts of the United States. CHAPTER 3—MAGISTRATES' COURTS Sec.
81. Establishment of magistrates' courts. 82. Appointment, term, and compensation of magistrates, constables, and other employees. 83. Authority of one magistrate to act for another. 84. Oaths of magistrates and constables. 85. Depositing records with successor. 86. Administrative regulations governing magistrates' courts. § 81. Establishment of magistrates' courts There shall be at least one magistrate's court in each subdivision established pursuant to section 3 of Title 2. § 82. Appointment, term, and compensation of magistrates, constables, and other employees (a) The President or his designee shall appoint a sufficient munber of magistrates, who shall hold office for terms of four years and until their successors are chosen and qualify, unless sooner removed for cause. The President or his designee may appoint relief magistrates, or may assign a magistrate to another magistrate's court, to act when necessary: (1) during the absence of a magistrate from the Canal Zone; (2) during any period of disability or disqualification of a magistrate from sickness or otherwise to discharge his duties; or (3) for a temporary period only, during the existence of a vacancy in a magistrate's court.