FIFTY·THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ons. 72, 73. 1894. 7 5 but the United States circuit court in said district may prescribe rules of procedure and practice for said commissioner in the trial of cases and for appeal to said United States district court. Said commissioner rmcm in felony shall also have power to issue process as hereinbefore provided for the °“"*’· arrest of any person charged with the commission of any felony within the park, and to summarily hear the evidence introduced, and, if he shall determine that probable cause is shown for holding the person so charged for trial, shall cause such person to be safely conveyed to a secure place for confinement, within the jurisdiction of the United States district court in said State of Wyoming, and shall certify a transcript of the record of his proceedings and the testimony in the case to the said court, which court shall have jurisdiction of the case: Provided, That the said commissioner shaH grant bail in all cases bail- pmim. able under the laws of the United States or of said State. All process B‘“'· °°°‘ issued by the commissioner shall be directed to the marshal of the United States for- the district of Wyoming; but nothing herein con- S¤¤··¤¤¤’¤¤¤¤*¤— tained shall be construed as preventing the arrest by any ofricer of the Government or employee of the United States in the park without process of any person taken in the act of violating the law or any regulation of the Secretary of the Interior: Provided, That the said commis- iimatr mutiny. sioner shall only exercise such authority and powers as are conterred by this Act. _ Sec. 6. That the marshal of the United States for the district of D°*’“*Y ""“°"“1“· VVyoming may appoint one or more deputy marshals for said park, who shall reside in said park, and the said United States district and circuit courts shall hold one session of said courts annually at the town T•>¤····¤ °*` ¤¤¤¤· of Sheridan in the State of Wyoming, and may also hold other sessions at any other place in said State of Wyoming or in said National Park at such dates as the said courts may order. Sec. 7. That the commissioner provided for in this Act shall, in ad- F°°°· °*°· dition to the fees allowed by law to commissioners of the circuit courts of the United States, be paid an annual salary of one thousand dollars, payable quarterly, and the marshal of the United States and his deputies, and the attorney of the United States and his assistants in said district, shall be paid the same compensation and fees as are now provided by law for like services in said district. Sec. 8. That all costs and expenses arising in cases under this Act, Cm-. M- and properly chargeable to the United States, shall be certilied, approved, and paid as like costs and expenses in the courts of the United States are certified, approved, and paid under the laws of the United tates. Sec. 9. That the Secretary of the Interior shall cause to be erected ·'•*l· in the park a suitable building to be used as a jail, and also having in Said building an office for the use of the commissioner, the cost of Appropriationsuch building not to exceed nve thousand dollars, to be paid out of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated upon the certificate of the Secretary as a voucher therefor. Sec. 10. That this Act shall not be construed to repeal existing laws *********8 '“'°· conferring upon the Secretary of the Interior and the Secretary of \Var certain powers with reference to the protection, improvement, and control of the said Yellowstone National Park. Approved, May 7, 1894. CHAP. 73.·——An Act To amend an Act entitled "Au Act regulating the sale of 31-¤S11, 1894- intoxicuting liquors in the District of Columbia/’ W Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That section sixteen of an Act mmm ts commentitled "An Act regulating the sale of intoxicating liquors in the Dis- "“'· _ _ _ trict of Columbia," approved the third day of March, eighteen hundred uqsjoliff ‘“'°"°"'""
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