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PUBLIC LAW 100-000—MMMM. DD, 1988

PUBLIC LAW 100-690—NOV. 18, 1988

102 STAT. 4515

sections at the beginning of such chapter, are amended to read as follows:

"Chapter 37—United States Marshals Service "Sec. "561. "562. "563. "564. "565. "566. "567. "568. "569.

United States Marshals Service. Vacancies. Oath of office. Powers as sheriff. Expenses of the Service. Powers and duties. Collection of fees; accounting. Practice of law prohibited. Remployment rights.".

(b) OTHER AMENDMENT.—Section 755 of title 28, United States Code, is amended by striking out the third paragraph. (c) MARSHALS' FEES.—Section 1921 of title 28, United States Code, is amended— (1) by redesignating subsection (c) as subsection (e); and (2) by striking out subsections (a) and (b) and inserting in lieu thereof the following: "(a)(1) The United States marshals or deputy marshals shall routinely collect, and a court may tax as costs, fees for the following: "(A) Serving a writ of possession, partition, execution, attachment in rem, or libel in admiralty, warrant, attachment, summons, complaints, or any other writ, order or process in any case or proceeding. "(B) Serving a subpoena or summons for a witness or appraiser. "(C) Forwarding any writ, order, or process to another judicial district for service. "(D) The preparation of any notice of sale, proclamation in admiralty, or other public notice or bill of sale. "(E) The keeping of attached property (including boats, vessels, or other property attached or libeled), actual expenses incurred, such as storage, moving, boat hire, or other special transportation, watchmen's or keepers' fees, insurance, and an hourly rate, including overtime, for each deputy marshal required for special services, such as guarding, inventorying, and moving. "(F) (Dopies of writs or other papers furnished at the request of any party. "(G) Necessary travel in serving or endeavoring to serve any District of process, writ, or order, except in the District of Cblumbia, with Columbia. mileage to be computed from the place where service is returnable to the place of service or endeavor. "(H) Overtime expenses incurred by deputy marshals in the course of serving or executing civil process. "(2) The marshsds shall collect, in advance, a deposit to cover the initial expenses for special services required under paragraph (I)(E), and periodically thereafter such amounts as may be necessary to pay such expenses until the litigation is concluded. This paragraph applies to all private litigants, including seamen proceeding pursuant to section 1916 of this title. "(3) For purposes of paragraph (IXG), if two or more services or endeavors, or if an endeavor and a service, are made in behalf of the same party in the same case on the same trip, mileage shall be computed to the place of service or endeavor which is most remote