Clerk and Marshal of the Supreme Court: Hearings Before the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, United States Senate, Eighty-eighth Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 7235, an Act to Amend Sections 671 and 672 of Title 28, United States Code, Relating to the Clerk and Marshal of the Supreme Court. February 28, 1964
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1964 - Clerks of court - 14 pages
Considers legislation revising funding of Office of the Clerk of the Supreme Court operations, and its use of court fees.
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Page 5 - Congress as soon as possible. (b) The clerk shall pay into the Treasury all fees, costs and other moneys collected by him. He shall make returns thereof to the Director of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts under regulations prescribed by him. (c) On the first day of every regular session of Congress, the clerk shall transmit to Congress a full and complete statement of all the...
Page 2 - ... necessary assistants and messengers with the approval of the Chief Justice of the United States. Compensation of the clerk, his deputies, assistants, and messengers, and the necessary expenses of his office shall be disbursed by the clerk from the fees collected by him, upon allowance and approval by the Chief Justice of the United States. (d) The clerk shall pay into the Treasury all fees, costs and other emoluments of his office over and above his lawful disbursements. He shall make annual...
Page 3 - ... committee that if the bill were to be enacted late in the month, the Veterans' Administration would find it impracticable to effectuate the increases as promptly or as efficiently as would be the case if the effective date were fixed as the first day of the second month following the passage of the act. PURPOSE OF THE BILL The purpose of the bill is to amend paragraph II, part II, of Veterans Regulation No. 1 (a), as amended, to increase the rates of pension for peacetime serviceconnected disabilities...
Page 6 - Office would be without funds in the interim between the passage of the act and the passage of the appropriations. Historically, since the Court was first established in 1790, the salaries and miscellaneous expenses of the Clerk's Office in the Supreme Court have been met from fees paid by litigants appearing before the Court and from admission fees paid by attorneys being admitted to practive.
Page 2 - ... 9 of contractors". 10 (d) The analysis of chapter 3 of such title 38 regarding 11 section 216 is amended by inserting before the period at the 12 end thereof "; indemnification of contractors". Passed the House of Representatives October 7, 1963. Attest: RALPH R. ROBERTS, Clerk. EXPLANATION OF HR 8611 The purpose of this bill is to facilitate the performance of medical research and development within the Veterans' Administration, by providing for the indemnification of contractors.
Page 8 - ... Isn't that right? Mr. DAVIS. I think that is true, Mr. Chairman. I might add that this is consistent with the regulation which the Appropriations Committee exercises with respect to the salaries of the other employees of the Supreme Court and in the clerk's offices in the district courts. The CHAIRMAN. I wonder if it would be asking too much for you to submit each year when you submit to the Appropriations Committee, to also send to the Judiciary Committee, the amount of salaries to be paid?
Page 2 - Pay the expenses of printing briefs and travel expenses of attorneys in behalf of persons whose motions to appear in forma pauperis in the Supreme Court have been approved and when counsel have been appointed by the Supreme Court, upon vouchers certified by the Clerk of the Court.