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INSTRUCTIONS

TO

UNITED STATES MARSHALS, ATTORNEYS, CLERKS, AND

COMMISSIONERS.

NOT APPLICABLE TO OFFICIALS IN ALASKA, PORTO RICO,

OR THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.

APRIL 1, 1904.

SEC. 362, R. S. The Attorney-General shall exercise general superintendence and direction over
the attorneys and marshals of all the districts in the United States and the Territories as to the
manner of discharging their respective duties, and the several district attorneys and marshals are
required to report to the Attorney-General an account of their official proceedings and of the state and
condition of their respective offices in such time and manner as the Attorney-General may direct.

SEC. 368, R. S. The Attorney-General shall exercise general supervisory powers over the accounts
of district attorneys, marshals, clerks, and other officers of the courts of the United States.

WASHINGTON:

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.

1904.

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE,

Washington, D. C., April 1, 1904. To United States marshals, attorneys, clerks, and commissioners:

In the performance of your duties and the rendering of your accounts you will observe the rules and regulations and will be guided by the instructions set forth herein.

These instructions will take effect April 1, 1904, and supersede Instructions to United States Marshals, Attorneys, Clerks, and Commissioners of January 1, 1899, and July 1, 1895, Instructions to United States Marshals and Attorneys, dated July 1, 1896, and Instructions to United States Commissioners, dated June 1, 1897, but will not supersede or in any way affect the Instructions to United States Marshals, Attorneys, Clerks, and Commissioners for the District of Alaska, effective from and after August 1, 1902. Respectfully,

P. C. Knox,

Attorney-General.

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