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TABLE OF CONTENTS SUBCHAPTER II — UNITED STATES ATTORNEY A N D

MARSHAL

Sec. Page 41. Appointment, tenure, leave, and residence of United States attorney 53 42. Assistant United States attorneys; attorneys; clerical assistants; messengers 53 43. Salaries 63 44. Duties of United States attorney 53 46. Appointment, tenure, leave, and residence of United States marshal; deputies and assistants; salaries 53 46. Powers and duties of United States marshal; supervision by Attorney General 54 47. Fees of United States marshal 54 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

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CHAPTER 5—JURISDICTION AND VENUE SUBCHAPTER I — GENERAL

Sec. 121. Actions between nonresidents SUBCHAPTER

PROVISIONS

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II — JURISDICTION OP DISTRICT

COURT

141. General jurisdiction of district court 142. Admiralty jurisdiction 143. Jurisdiction of offenses committed within special maritime and territorial jurisdiction of United States SUBCHAPTER III — JURISDICTION OF MAGISTRATES'

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COURTS

171. General jurisdiction of magistrates' courts 172. Preliminary examinations

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SUBCHAPTER IV — V E N U E OF CIVIL ACTIONS

201. 202. 203. 204.

Venue of district court civil actions Transmittal of record upon change of venue Venue of civil actions in magistrates' courts Change of venue in magistrates' courts SUBCHAPTER V — V E N U E OF CRIMINAL

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231. Venue of offenses in magistrates' courts 232. Change of venue in criminal actions in magistrates' courts 233. Transfer of custody of defendant in district and magistrates' courts.

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CHAPTER 7—GENERAL PROVISIONS RESPECTING COURTS AND JUDICIAL OFFICERS Sec.

271. Proceedings to be public; exceptions; impounding records in certain cases 272. Powers of courts in conduct of proceedings 273. Powers of judicial officers in conduct of proceedings 274. Powers of judicial officers to punish for contempt 275. Disqualification of judge or magistrates 276. Practice of law by partner of judge or magistrate 277. Review of orders made out of court 278. Proceedings in English language 279. Means to carry jurisdiction into effect

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