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63 STAT.] 81ST CONG., 1 ST SESS.-CH. 139-MAY 24, 1949 SEC. 91. Section 1654 of title 28, United States Code, is amended 6 2 Stat. 944. 28 U. S. C., Supp. by striking out the period at the end of such section, and inserting n1, s s 4. immediately after the word "counsel", the following: "as, by the rules of such courts, respectively, are permitted to manage and conduct causes therein." . SEC. 92. (a) The analysis of chapter 115 of title 28, United States 62 Stat. 945 . 28 U.S . C., Supp. Code, immediately preceding section 1731, is amended by striking out II, pree. §1731. the item "1745. Printed copies of patent specifications and drawings." and by renumbering item 1746 as "1745". (b) Section 1741 of title 28, United States Code, is amended by 62 Stat. 948. striking out, immediately after "shall be", the word "admissable", and II, 741. pp inserting in lieu thereof the word "admissible". (c) The first paragraph of section 1744 of title 28, United States 62 Stat. 94. 8 Code, is amended by striking out after "relating to" the words "reg- II, .44 . upp istered trade-marks, labels, or prints," and insertng in lieu thereof the word "patents,", and by inserting after "Commissioner of Patents," the words "or by another officer of the Patent Office authorized to do so by the Commissioner". (d) Section 1745 of title 28, United States Code, is repealed. 62 Stat. 948. 28 U. S. C., Supp. e) Section 1746 of title 28, United States Code, is renumbered II s c s u 745. p " 174" 62 Stat. 948. 745". 28 U. S. C., Supp. SEC. 93 . Section 1782 of title 28, United States Code, is amended by II§S74-94 striking out "residing", which appears as the sixth word in the first 28 U.. C . , Supp. paragraph, and by striking out from the same paragraph the words II 1782. "civil action" and in lieu thereof inserting "judicial proceeding". SEC. 94. Section 1821 of title 28, United States Code, is amended by 62Sat. .Su inserting at the end thereof a new paragraph as follows: n, 1821. "When a witness is detained in prison for want of security for his Ante, p. 65 appearance, he shall be entitled, in addition to his subsistence, to a compensation of $1 per day." . SEC. 95. The second sentence of subsection (a) of section 1823 of title 28, United States Code, is amended by striking out "oppearing", 62stat. 950 . and inserting in lieu thereof the word "appearing". n, §1823 (a). SEC. 96. Section 1866 of title 28, United States Code, exclusive of the 6 2 Stat 952. catchline to such section, is amended to read as follows: 28 uS. C. Supp. "(a) Whenever sufficient petit jurors are not available, the court may require the United States marshal to summon a sufficient number of talesmen from the bystanders. "(b) When a special jury is ordered by a district court, it shall be returned by the marshal in the same manner and form as is required in such case by the law of the State in which such district court sits.". SEC. 97. The second, third, and fourth paragraphs of section 1871 of title 28, United States Code, are amended to read as follows: 62 tat. 953. 28 U. 8. C., Supp. "For actual attendance at the place of trial or hearing and for the ni, isn. time necessarily occupied in going to and from such place at the PO,-p1. beginning and end of such service or at any time during the same, $5 per day. Any juror required to attend more than thirty days in hearing one case may be paid in the discretion and upon the certifica- tion of the trial judge a per diem fee not exceeding $10 for each day in excess of thirty days he is required to hear such case: "For the distance necessarily traveled to and from a juror's residence by the shortest practicable route in going to and returning from the place of trial or hearing at the beginning and at the end of the term of service, 5 cents per mile. For additional necessary daily transporta- tion the cost of travel by common carrier not exceeding $2 per day shall be allowed, or if it is not practicable to travel by common carrier 5 cents per mile shall be allowed but not to exceed $2 per day, or if daily travel appears impracticable, subsistence of $2 per day shall be allowed. Whenever in any case the jury is ordered to be kept together 103