257. Power of clerk of court of appeals as to assistants and deputy. 1. The clerk of the court of appeals, by a writing, under his hand and the seal of the court, filed in his office, from time to time must appoint, and may at pleasure remove, a deputy-clerk.
2. He may with the approbation in writing, of the judges of the court, or a majority of them, employ as many assistants in his office, as are necessary. He may from time to time appoint, and at pleasure remove, his assistants. Each assistant is entitled to a compensation, fixed and to be paid as prescribed by law.
3. He may appoint one of his assistants as special deputy clerk.
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