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progress of the cause that the court may allow. Such petition shall contain suitable allegations showing such liability, and the particulars thereof, and that such other vessel, or person ought to be proceeded against in the same suit for such damage, and shall pray that process be issued against such vessel or person to that end. Thereupon such process shall issue, and if duly served, such suit shall proceed as if such vessel or person had been originally proceeded against; the other parties in the suit shall answer the petition; the claimant of such vessel or such new party shall answer the libel; and such further proceedings shall be had and decree rendered by the court in the suit as to law and justice shall appertain. But every such petitoner shall, upon filing his petition, give a stipulation, with sufficient sureties, or an approved corporate surety, to pay the libellant and to any claimant or any new party brought in by virtue of such process, all such costs, damages, and expenses as shall be awarded against the petitioner by the court on the final decree, whether rendered in the original or appellate court; and any such claimant or new party shall give the same bonds or stipulations which are required in the like cases from parties brought in under process issued on the prayer of a libellant.
PROPERTY IN CUSTODY OF MARSHAL
No property in the custody of the marshal or other officer of the court shall be delivered up without an order of the court but, except in possessory actions, such order may be entered, as of course, by the clerk, on the filing of either a written consent thereto by the proctor on whose behalf it is detained, or an approved stipulation or bond given as provided by law and these rules; or upon the dismissal or discontinuance of the libel; except that in proceedings under section 941 of the Revised Statutes the marshal shall not deliver any property so released until the costs and charges of the officers of the court shall first have been paid into the court by the party receiving such property subject to the decision of the court with respect to the amount of costs due such officers.
ALLOTMENT OF THE JUSTICES
SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES
Comprising Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. JUSTICE OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, of Massachusetts. Appointed December 4, 1902, by President Roosevelt.
Comprising Connecticut, New York, and Vermont.
JUSTICE LOUIS D. BRANDEIS, of Massachusetts. Appointed June 1, 1916, by
Comprising Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
Comprising Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and
Appointed February 19, 1894,
Comprising Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas.
Comprising Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee.
Comprising Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin.
JUSTICE JOHN H. CLARKE, of Ohio. Appointed July 24, 1916, by President
Comprising Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Ne-
Comprising Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada,
JUSTICE JOSEPH MCKENNA, of California. Appointed January 21, 1898, by
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