28 U.S.C. § 672 - U.S. Code - Unannotated Title 28. Judiciary and Judicial Procedure § 672. Marshal
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The Supreme Court may appoint a marshal, who shall be subject to removal by the Court, and may fix his compensation.
The marshal may, with the approval of the Chief Justice of the United States, appoint and fix the compensation of necessary assistants and other employees to attend the Court, and necessary custodial employees.
The marshal shall:
Attend the Court at its sessions;
Serve and execute all process and orders issued by the Court or a member thereof;
Take charge of all property of the United States used by the Court or its members;
Disburse funds appropriated for work upon the Supreme Court building and grounds under the jurisdiction of the Architect of the Capitol upon certified vouchers submitted by the Architect;
Disburse funds appropriated for the purchase of books, pamphlets, periodicals and other publications, and for their repair, binding, and rebinding, upon vouchers certified by the librarian of the Court;
Pay the salaries of the Chief Justice, Associate Justices, and all officers and employees of the Court and disburse other funds appropriated for disbursement, under the direction of the Chief Justice;
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;
Oversee the Supreme Court Police.
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