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SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 264. 1914.` 70], and who shall have jurisdiction to hear and act u on all complaints made of any violations of law or of the rules andp regulations made by the Secretary of the Interior for- the government of the park and for the protection of the animals, birds, and fish and objects of interest therein, and for othe;·-upurposes authorized by this Act. _ Such commissioner sh have plower upon sworn information, to ,J,;'L%‘L‘l°}’°,,{'.,?§,'q,{§{ issue process in the name of the nited States for the arrest of any ‘ person charged with the commission of any misdemeanor, or charged with a violation of the rules and regulations, or with a violation of any of the provisions of this Act prescribed for the government of said park and for the protection of the animals, birds, and fish in said park, and to try the person so charged, and, if found guilty, to impose punishment and to adjudge the forfeiture Hrescribed. A In all cases of conviction an apgieal shallie from the judgment of °°°°”' said commissioner to the United tates district court for the district of Montana, and the United States district court in said district shall prescribe the rules of procedure and practice for said commissioner in the trial of cases and for appeal to said United States district court. in mm Sec. 7. That any such commissioner shall also have power to issue mmmim process as hereinbefore provided for the arrest of any person charged with the commission, within said boundaries, of any criminal oH'ense not covered by the (provisions of section four of this Act, to hear the evidence introduce and if he is of opinion 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 of confinement within the jurisdiction o the United States district court for the district of Montana, and certify a transcript of the record of his proceedings and the testimony in the case to said court, which court shall have juris- ,,m,”_ diction of the case: Prmnkled, That the said commissioner shall grant mu. léail in all cases bailable under the laws of the United States or o said · tate. Sec. 8. That all process issued by the commissioner shall be directed S°"*°° °f ’”°°'°" to the marshal of the United States for- the district of Montana, but nothing herein contained shall be so construed as to prevent the arrest b an officer or emjgoyee of the Government, or any person emplb ec? by the United tates in the policing of said reservation, within said boundaries, without process, of any person taken in the act of violating the law or this ct, or the regu ations prescribed by said Secretary as aforesaid. _ _ _ _ _ 8 la Sno, 9. That the commissioner provided for in this Act shall be A`; v‘;" paid an annual salary of $1,500 payable aparterly: Provided, 'l`hat admziiée. the said commissioner shall reside within e exterior boundaries of said Glacier National Park, at a place to be designated by the court D { I M making such appointment: And provided further, That fees, costs, B°°°°l ° °°°’ and expenses collected by the commissioner shall be disposed of as provided in sections eleven and twelve of this Act. ’ _ _ J; Sec. 10. That all fees, costs, and expenses arising m cases under _,§“"°‘* ““"°° ‘°°’· this Act and roperly chargeable to the United States shall be certified, approved, and paid as are like fees, costs, and expenses in the courts of the United States. Sec. 11. That all Enes and costs imppsed and collected shall be ¤D,j?°’“ °‘““°'°°" deposited by said commissioner of the nited States or the marshal of the United States collecting the same with the clerk of the United States district court for the district of Montana. _ _ Sec. 12. 'l`hat the Secreta% of the Interior shall notify, in writing, ,,;§§°°*’“°°° °‘ °‘°‘ the governor of the State of ontana of the passage an approval of this Act. Approved, August 22, 1914.