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TABLE 6.-OMITTED LAWS-Continued Showing laws omitted from revised Title 28, U.S. C., and included in the schedule of

repeals-Continued

U.S.C., 1940 ed.

Revised Statutes or
Statutes at Large

Reasons for omission and repeal

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224 Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 127, Superseded by Title 28 U. S. C., $ 444 et seq., establishing 36 Stat. 1133.

the Administrative Office of the United States Courts, with a Director thereof. The Director is charged with the responsibility for the providing of accommodations for the use of the courts and their officers and employees, including the Circuit Courts of Appeals. See sections 604

and 610 of this revision.
225 (c) Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ Covered by Title 11 U.S. C., 1940 ed., Bankruptcy, and by

128 (c), as added Act section 1291 of this revision.
Feb. 13, 1925, ch. 229, § 1,

43 Stat. 936.
225 (e) Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ Covered by sections 21 and 45 of Title 15 U.S. C., 1940 ed.

128 (e), as added Act
Feb. 13, 1925, ch. 229, $ 1,

43 Stat. 936.
225 (1) Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ Covered by section 3731 of revised Title 18 U.S. C. (H, R.

128 (1), as added Act 3190, 80th Cong., 1st Session).
May 9, 1942, ch. 295, 82,

56 Stat. 272.
226 Feb. 13. 1925, ch. 229, $ 4, Covered by section 1291 of this revision.

43 Stat. 939.
228 Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 132,

Covered by Rule 73 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
36 Stat. 1134.
228a Mar. 3, 1891, ch. 517, § 11 Covered by Rule 73 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

(part), 26 Stat. 829. 229 Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 135, Venue is covered by section 1295 of this revision. Remain36 Stat. 1135.

ing provisions relate to a subject more appropriate for

regulation by rule of court. 242 Mar. 3, 1931, ch. 231, $ 137, Section contains provisions relating to a subject more appro36 Stat. 1136.

priate for rule-making power of the court. 247 Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 142, Section is obsolete. Under the authority of the Director 36 Stat. 1136.

of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts to disburse money for the support of the courts, he has appointed from time to time an appropriate member of the staff of the Court of Claims to be “Special Disbursing Officer" without additional compensation. This Officer disburses all funds appropriated for the Court of Claims including its appropriation for contingent expenses, and his accounts are audited in regular course by the Admin

istrative Office and the General Accounting Office, 250b July 23, 1937, ch. 520, 50 Section was omitted as executed. Its provisions were the Stat. 533.

result of temporary, emergency legislation. 251 Mar. 4, 1915, ch. 140, § 5, Covered by section 2501 of this revision.

38 Stat. 996. 256 Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 150, Covered by section 2517 of this revision, and section is unch. 36 Stat. 1138.

necessary as to specific appropriations.
265 Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 159, Such provisions are covered more fully by Rules 1, 10, and
36 Stat. 1139.

16 et seq. of the Court of Claims.
266 Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 160, Covered by Rule 10 (1) of the Court of Claims.

36 Stat. 1139.
267 Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 161, Section is obsolete.

36 Stat. 1139.
268 Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 162, Covered by section 2501 of this revision.

36, Stat. 1139.
273 Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 165, Section is unnecessary. A demurrer would test the suf-
36, Stat. 1140.

ficiency of the petition.
277 Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 169, Covered by Rule 40 et seq. of the Court of Claims.

36 Stat. 1140.
290 Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 184, Covered by section 2501 of this revision.

36 Stat. 1142.
291 Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 185, Covered by sections 309 and 310 of Title 5 U.S.C., 1940 ed.,
36 Stat. 1142.

Executive Departments and Government Officers and

Employees. 293 Mar. 3, 1911, ch, 231, $ 187, Provisions relate to a subject which is purely for each 36 Stat. 1143.

Congress to determine. One Congress can not bind an

other Congress. 309 Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 196, Covered by word “exclusive" in section 1541 of this revision.

36 Stat. 1145. 311 Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 199, Provisions relating to arrangement of the calendar and the 36 Stat. 1146.

calling of cases are more properly the subject of court rule. 339 Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 231, Provisions relate to a subject more appropriate for regu36 Stat. 1156.

lation by rule of court. 340 Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, 232, Provisions relate to a subject more appropriate for regu36 Stat. 1156.

lation by rule of court.

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TABLE 6.-OMITTED LAWS-Continued Showing laws omitted from revised Title 28, U.S. C., and included in the schedule of

repeals-Continued

U.S.C., 1940 ed.

Revised Statutes or
Statutes at Large

Reasons for omission and repeal

Title

Section

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Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, 238, Section purported to list the only provisions for direct

36 Stat. 1157; Feb. 13, appeals to the Supreme Court from the district courts ch. 229, $ 1 (part), 43 but in fact did not. Its provisions were unnecessary Stat. 938.

and misleading, and their repeal, in view of sections 1252 and 1253 of this revision and section 3731 of revised Title 18 U. S. C. (H. R. 3190, 80th Congress, Ist Session) will remove doubt and uncertainty. See, also, reviser's notes relating to said sections 1252 and 1253 of this re

vision. Feb. 13, 1925, ch. 229, $ 2, Section is superfluous as section 1254 of this revision, which

43 Stat. 939; May 20, was derived from sections 346 and 347 of Title 28 U.S. C., 1926, ch. 347, § 13 (b), 1940 ed., referred to in this section, applies to any case 44 Stat. 587.

in the circuit courts of appeals.
Feb. 13, 1925, ch. 229, $ 7, Section is obsolete and superseded by the Philippine In-
43 Stat. 910.

dependence Act.
Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 254, Covered by Supreme Court Rule 32.

36 Stat. 1160.
Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, 255, Provisions relate to a subject more appropriate for regula-
36 Stat. 1160.

tion by rule of court. Aug. 5, 1939, ch. 433, $ 4, Unnecessary as the District of Columbia is made a judicial 53 Stat. 1205.

circuit by this revision.
Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, § 264, Provisions are surplusage and now governed by the Federal
36 Stat. 1162.

Rules of Civil Procedure.
Oct. 15, 1914, ch. 323, $ 17, Covered by Rule 65 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

38 Stat. 737.
Oct. 15, 1914, ch. 323, 18, Covered by Rule 65 (c) of the Federal Rules of Civil Pro-
38 Stat. 738.

cedure. Oct. 15, 1914, ch. 323, $ 19, Covered by Rule 65 (d) of the Federal Rules of Civil Pro38 Stat. 738.

cedure. Mar. 1911, ch. 231, $ 267, Section is obsolete in view Rules nd 2 of the Federal 36 Stat. 1163.

Rules of Civil Procedure abolishing distinctions between

actions at law and suits in equity. Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 269, First sentence is superseded by Rule 59 of the Federal Rules

36 Stat. 1163; Feb. 26, of Civil Procedure, and Rule 33 of the Federal Rules of 1919, ch. 48, 40 Stat. 1181. Criminal Procedure. Part of the second sentence is

superseded by Rule 61 of said Civil Rules, and Rule 52 of said Criminal Rules. The remainder is merely expressive of the inherent appellate power to disregard technical errors, defects, or exceptions which do not affect

the substantial rights of the parties. Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, § 274a, Obsolete in view of Rule 2 of the Federal Rules of Civil

as added Act Mar. 3, 1915, Procedure abolishing the distinctions between actions at ch. 90.38 Stat. 956.

law and suits in equity. Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, § 274b. Obsolete in view of Rule 2 of the Federal Rules of Civil Pro

as added Act Mar. 3, 1915, cedure abolishing the distinction between actions at law ch. 90.38 Stat. 956.

and suits in equity. R. S. $ 1031.

Superseded by Rule 24 (b) of the Federal Rules of Criminal

Procedure.
Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 289, Provisions are obsolete and have been executed.

36 Stat. 1167.
Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 291, Provisions are obsolete and have been executed.

36 Stat. 1167.
Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 292, Executed and not necessary in this new revision.

36 Stat. 1167.
Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, 8 293, Section is surplusage. Sections 1-5 of Title 1 U.S. C., 1940
36 Stat. 1167.

ed., would apply without this implementation.
Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 294, Provisions are obsolete and have been executed.

36 Stat. 1167.
Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 295, Provisions are obsolete and have been executed.

36 Stat. 1167, 1168.
Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, § 296, Provisions are obsolete and have been executed.

36 Stat. 1168.
Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 298, Provisions are obsolete and have been executed.

36 Stat. 1169.
Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 299, Provisions are obsolete and have been executed.

36 Stat. 1169.
Mar. 3, 1911, ch. 231, $ 300, Provisions are obsolete and have been executed.

36 Stat. 1169.
Feb. 13, 1925, ch. 229, $ 6 Subsection (b) is covered by sections 41, 43 and 2253 of this

(b) (c) (d), 43 Stat. 940; revision. Subsection (c) is covered by section 1254 of June 29, 1938, ch. 806 this revision. Subsection (d) is unnecessary and also

(part), 52 Stat. 1232. covered by section 1254 of this revision. R. S. 8 765; Feb. 13, 1925, Covered by Rules 73-75 and 81 (a) (2) of the Federal Rules

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R. 8. $ 791

Unnecessary in view of section 547 of this revision.
R. S. $ 792.

Unnecessary in view of section 547 of this revision.

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R. S. 797; Mar. 1, 1879, Section is obsolete, useless and out of harmony with current
ch. 125, $ 2, 20 Stat. 327. administrative practice, according to advice of the

Administrative Office of the United States Courts.
R. S. $ 798

Superseded by the Administrative Office Act of 1939, Title

28 U.S. C., 1940 ed., $ 444 et seq. See sections 601 et seq.,

also 751, of this revision. Feb. 22, 1875, ch. 95, $4.18 Superseded by the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. See, Stat. 333.

particularly, Rule 81 (b) thereof. Feb. 22, 1875, ch. 95, § 5, 18 Superseded and covered by section 751 of this revision Stat. 334,

which provides that the clerk shall be subject to removal

by the court. May 28, 1896, ch. 252, $ 21, Covered by Rule 55 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Pro. 29 Stat. 185.

cedure. Feb. 11, 1925, ch, 204, $ 1, Provisions as to fees are covered by section 1914 of this 43 Stat. 857.

revision. The exception as to liability of the United States is unnecessary in view of section 2412 of this

revision. See Reviser's Note under the latter. R. S. $ 828

Provisions relate to a subject more properly regulated by

rule of court. See however, final paragraph of subsec. tion (h) of section 753 of this revision, also loviser's Note

under such section. Apr. 26, 1922, ch. 146, 42 Section is obsolete in view of Administrative Office Act of 42 Stat. 500.

1939. See section 004 (a) (5) of this revision. Feh. 26, 1919, ch. 49, $ 6, Covered by section 550 of this revision.

40 Stat. 1182. Mar. 2, 1895, ch. 189, $ 1, Section is obsolete and superseded by the Administrative 28 Stat. 956.

Office Act of 1939. See sections 601 et seq. of this revision. R. S. $ 832

Section is obsolete. No fees have been collected by the

marshal of the Supreme Court in many years. Aug. 18, 1894, ch. 301, $1, Obsolete and superseded as io marshals and clerks who are 28 Stat. 416.

now compensated by salaries instead of fees, and no longer necessary as to commissioners whose procedure is regulated by the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure and whose fees are audited and allowed by the Director of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts

and paid from the appropriation for the Judiciary. May 28, 1896, ch. 252, 86, Section is unnecessary in view of section 508 of this revision.

29 Stat, 179; July 19, 1919,

ch. 24, § 1, 41 Stat. 209. Mar. 3. 1905, ch. 1483, $ 1, Obsolete in view of section 508 of this revision and current 33 Stat. 1207.

practice.
July 19, 1919, ch. 24, $ 1, Section was limited to the appropriation Acts of which it

41 Stat. 209; June 1, 1922, was a part.
ch. 204, titlo II (part). 42
Stat. 616; Jan. 3, 1923,
ch. 21, title II (part). 42
Stat. 1083; Apr. 2, 1924,
ch, 81, $ 1. 43 Stat. 41;
May 28, 1924, ch. 204,
title II (part), 43 Stat.
220; Feb. 27, 1925, ch.361,
title II (part), 43 Stat.
1029; Apr. 29, 1926, ch.
195, title II (part). 44

Stat. 316.
Feb. 22, 1875, ch. 95, 81 Covered by section 547 of this revision.

(part), 18 Stat. 333; May
29, 1928, ch. 906 (part),

45 Stat. 998.
May 28, 1896, ch. 252, $ 16, Section is obsolete. Government salaries are paid semi-
29 Stat. 183.

monthly as a matter of administrative convenience. May 28, 1896, ch. 252, § 17, Unnecessary and covered by section 1918 of this revision.

29 Stat. 183. May 28, 1896, ch. 252, $ 24, Revision of the applicable sections referred to in this sec29 Stat. 186.

tion renders unnecessary the inclusion of his section. Aug. 1, 1916, ch. 721, $ 5, Provided merely for effective date of the Act Aug. 1, 1946, 60 Stat. --

and will be obsolete upon enactment of this revision. Remainder of such Act is incorporated in section 633 of

this revision. Apr. 26, 1926, ch. 183, 84, Section unnecessary as sections 1821, 1825, and 1871 of this 44 Stat. 324.

revision apply to witnesses and jurors in all United States

courts and before all United States commissioners. R.S. $ 851.

Section is obsolete and unworkatle Attendance of foreign

witnesses can be obtained only by special arrangement

for payment of adequate compensation. R. S. $ 857.

Section is obsolete. It was intended to apply when oflicers

retained fees, which is no longer true. They are now on a salary basis.

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Revised Statutes or
Statutes at Large

Reasons for omission and repeal

Title Section

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631 R. S. $ 858; June 29, 1906, Governed by Rule 43 of the Federal Rules of Civil Pro

ch. 3608, 34 Stat. 618. cedure. 633 Mar. 3, 1887, ch. 397, § 1, Section related only to prosecutions for certain offenses 24 Stat. 635.

defined in sections 511 et seq. of Title 18 U. S. C., 1940 ed., those sections, defining bigamy, polygamy and unlawful cohabitation committed in Territories, Districts and Possessions, were omitted from the revision of such Title 18 (H. R.3190, 80th Cong., 1st Session) because local laws now apply. Therefore, there is nothing to which

this section can apply. 635 R. S. $ 861....

Superseded by Rulo 43 (a) of the Federal Rules of Civil

Procedure. 636 R. S. $724....

Superseded by Rules 34 and 55 of the Federal Rules of Civil

Procedure. 642 Aug. 15, 1876, ch. 304, 19 Covered by sections 92 and 928 of Title 5 U.S. C., 1940 ed., Stat. 206.

and Rule 28 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. 643 Mar. 9, 1892, ch. 14, 27 Covered by Rules 26 et seq. of the Federal Rules of Civil Stat. 7.

Procedure. 644 R. S. $ 866.

Incorporated in and superseded by Rules 26 et seq. of the

Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. 645 R. S. $ 867.

Covered by Rule 27 (a) (4) of the Federal Rules of Civil

Procedure. 646 R. S. 8 868.

Covered by Rules 26 et seq. of the Federal Rules of Civil

Procedure. 647 R. S. § 869.

Superseded by Rule 17 of the Federal Rules of Criminal

Procedure, and Rule 45 of the Federal Rules of Civil

Procedure. 648 R. S. $ 870..-

Superseded by Rule 17 (f) of the Federal Rules of Criminal

Procedure, and Rule 45 (d) of the Federal Rules of Civil

Procedure. 654 R. S. $ 876; Sept. 19, 1922, Superseded by Rule 17 (e) of the Federal Rules of Criminal

ch. 344, 42 Stat. 848; Procedure, and Rule 45 (e) (1) of the Federal Rules of Mar. 4, 1925, ch. 526, $ 2, Civil Procedure.

43 Stat. 1265. 655 R. S. 877

Superseded by Rule 17 of the Federal Rules of Criminal

Procedure, and Rule 45 of the Federal Rules of Civil

Procedure.
672 R. S. § 891.

Covered by section 1733 of this revision,
678 R. S. & 897; June 27, 1864, Section was omitted as obsolete and executed.

ch. 165, 13 Stat. 199.
679 R.S. $ 898; June 4, 1872, ch. Section was omitted as obsolete and executed.

282, 17 Stat. 215.
680 Aug. 5, 1886, ch. 928, § 9, 24 Section was omitted as obsolete and executed.

Stat. 310.
695h June 20, 1936, ch. 640, $ 9, Provisions are meaningless in a new revision and code.

49 Stat. 1564. 722 R. S. $ 912.

Covered by Rule 4 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. 724 R. S. § 914.

Provisions are in conflict with the Federal Rules of Civil
Procedure and therefore are no longer of any force or
effect. See section 2072 of this revision, and note of
Advisory Committee under Rule 2 of the Federal Rules

of Civil Procedure.
726 R. S. $ 915....

Covered by Rule 64 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

See also note of Advisory Committee under said rule. 727 R. S. $916.

Covered by Rule 69 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. 728 June 1, 1874, ch. 200, 18 Section is obsolete.

Stat. 50. 732 R. S. 8919.

Section is obsolete. 733 R. S. $920.

Section is obsolete in civil actions. In admiralty proceedings, the Admiralty Court has power to consolidate

under Rule 16 of such court. 734 R. S. $921.

As to civil actions, superseded by the Federal Rules of

Civil Procedure, and, in admiralty proceedings, pro

visions are unnecessary. 735 R. S. $ 922...

Covered by Rule 4 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure,

Rules 4 and 9 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure,

and Rule 1 of the Admiralty Rules. 736 R. S. $ 923

Covered by sections 1607 and 1610 of Title 19 U. S. C., 1940

ed. 746 R. S. $ 933

Covered by Rule 64 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. 751 R. S. & 938; June 19, 1934, Covered by sections 1605 et seq. of Title 19 U.S.C., 1940 ed.

ch. 656, § 1, 48 Stat. 1116. 752 R. S. $ 939; May 29, 1930, Covered by sections 1607 and 1610 of Title 19 U.S. C., 1940 ch. 355, 46 Stat. 485.

ed., and section 327 of Title 46 U. S. O., 1940 ed. 753 R, S. $ 940.

Section is obsolete and covered by section 452 of this revision

and rules 6-8, 10, 12 of the Admiralty Rules. 755 R. S. $ 942.

Provisions relate to a subject more appropriate for regula

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Statutes at Large

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Provisions relate to a subject more appropriate for regula

tion through rule-making power. R. S. $ 944.

Provisions relate to a subject more appropriate for regula

tion through rule-making power. R. S. $ 946.

Provisions irerely outline a procedure which would be fol.

lowed anyhow. R. S. $ 947.

Provisions relate to a subject more appropriate for regula

tion through rule-making power. Mar. 3, 1887, ch. 359, § 6, Part is superseded by Rules 4 (d), 12 (a), and 55 (e) of the 24 Stat. 506.

Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. The remainder, relating to duties of the United States attorney, are covered

by section 507 of this revision,
Mar. 3, 1887, ch, 359, § 7, Covered by Ru 52 and 75 of the Federal Rules of Civil
24 Stat. 506.

Procedure.
R.S. $ 948

Covered by Rule 4 (h) of the Federal Rules of Civil Pro

cedure. R. S. $ 949

Covered by Rule 20 of the rules of the Supreme Court. R. 8. $ 950

Covered by Rule 40 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Feb. 16, 1875, ch. 77, § 1, This section, as originally enacted, related to the old circuit 18 Stat. 315.

courts in which jurisdiction in admiralty proceedings was appellate only, and which were abolished by section 289 of the Judicial Code (28 U. S. C., 1940 ed., 430). The latter transferred all powers of the former circuit courts to the district courts, but the majority of discussions in the lower courts have held that, inasmuch as the ad. miralty jurisdiction of the district courts is wholly original, this section was superseded by such section of the Judicial Code abolishing the circuit courts, and by the Act of Mar. 3, 1891, ch. 517, $ 6, 26 Stat. 828, creating the circuit courts of appeal. Also, it may be regarded as having been superseded, or covered in part, by Rule 4642

of the Admiralty Rules. Feb. 16, 1875, ch. 77, $ 2, 18 Superseded and covered by Rules 39 (c) and 48 of the Stat. 316.

Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
R. S. $ 649; May 29, 1930, Covered by Rules 38 et seq. of the Federal Rules of Civil
ch. 357, 46 Stat. 486.

Procedure.
R.S. $ 952

Covered by section 2406 of this revision.
R. S. 953; June 5, 1900, Covered by Rules 46, 63, and 75 of the Federal Rules of Civil

ch. 717, 81, 31 Stat. 270. Procedure.
R.S. $ 954..

Covered by Rules 1, 15, and Cl of the Federal Rules of Civil

Procedure.
R. S. $ 955; Nov. 23, 1921, Superseded by Rules 25 and 81 of the Federal Rules of

ch. 142, $$_1, 2, 42 Stat. Civil Procedure.
323, 324; Dec. 22, 1921,

ch. 18, 42 Stat. 352.
R. S. $ 956.-

Superseded by Rules 25 and 81 of the Federal Rules of Civil

Procedure.
Feb. 13, 1925, ch. 229, $ 11, Superseded by Rules 25 and 81 of the Federal Rules of
43 Stat. 941.

Civil Procedure.
R. S. $ 958.

Covered by Rule 12 (a) of the Federal Rules of Civil Pro

cedure and section 2407 of this revision. R. S. $ 959

Section is obsolete. R. S. 98 3037 and 3038, which author

ized the issue of debenture certificates, were repealed by Act of Sept. 21, 1922, ch. 356. $ 642, 42 Stat. 989, and there is no longer anything to which this section can apply. The use of such debentures was supplemented by admis. sion of articles on bond without prepayment of duties or by drawback and resund, See Title 19 U. 8. C., 88 1313,

1520, 1558. R. S. 962.

Superseded by section 462 of Title 31 U. S. C., 1940 ed. R. S. 965..

Same reason as given for omitting 28 U.S.C., $ 783, ante. R. S. $ 750.

Superseded by Rule 75 of the Federal Rules of Civil Pro

cedure, and Rule 49 of the Admiralty Rules.
Aug. 1, 1888, ch. 729, 82, 25 Covered in part by Rule 79 of the Federal Rules of Civil
Stat. 357; Feb, 7, 1925. Procedure. See, also, reason given for omitting 28 U. 8.

C., 1940 ed., $ 556, ante.
R. S. $ 968.

Adequate provision for costs is made by Rules 41 (d), 42 (a),

54 (d) and 68 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. June 1, 1922, ch. 2D4, title Provisions expired with the appropriation Acts of which

II (part), 42 Stat. 615; they were a part.
Jan. 3, 1923, ch. 21, title
II (part), 42 Stat. 1083;
May 28, 1924, ch. 204,
title II (part), 43 Stat.
220; Feb. 27, 1925, ch. 364,
title II (part), 43 Stat.
1029; Apr. 29, 1926, ch.
195, title II (part), 44
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