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district in which the said owner or owners may be sued in that behalf. If the ship have already been libelled and sold. the proceeds shall represent the same for the purposes of these rules.
AMENDMENT TO THE 5TH RULE IN ADMIRALTY.
Ordered, That this rule be amended so as to read as follows, viz. :
Bonds, or stipulations in admiralty suits, may be given and taken in open court, or at chambers, or before any commissioner of the court who is authorized by the court to take affidavits of bail and depositions in cases pending before the court, or any commissioner of the United States authorized by law to take bail and affidavits in civil cases.
AMENDMENT TO THE 12TH RULE IN ADMIRALTY.
Ordered, That this rule be amended so as to read as follows:
In all suits by material-men for supplies or repairs, or other necessaries, the libellant may proceed against the ship and freight in rem, or against the master or owner alone in personam.
AMENDMENT TO THE 45TH RULE IN ADMIRALTY.
Ordered, That this rule be amended so as to read as follows, viz.:
All appeals from the District to the Circuit Court must be made while the court is sitting, or within such other period as shall be designated by the District Court by its general rules, or by an order specially made in the particular suit, or in case no such rule or order be made, then within thirty days from the rendering of the decree.