OF MASTERS IN CHANCERY
§1075. The Supreme Court may appoint a suitable number of persons, besides the clerk of said court, to be masters in chancery, who shall hold office during the pleasure of said court.
§1076. The several masters in chancery shall take and subscribe an oath for the faithful discharge of the duties of their office, which oath may be administered by any justice of the Supreme Court.
§1077. They shall perform, under the direction of the Supreme Court, or of any justice thereof, all the duties which, according to the practice in chancery, appertain to the office, and as shall be assigned to them, and they shall be allowed therefor such fees as the court shall order.
§1078. Their fees shall be taxed with the other costs in the cause, and shall be eventually paid by such party, or in such manner, as the court shall order.
§1079. Every master in chancery shall, upon his appointment, pay to the clerk of the Supreme court, a fee of ten dollars for the benefit of the public treasury.
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