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uniform time for election of members of,
not to apply to certain States..
bonds of certain consuls to be such as Sec-
retary of State may approve.
agent and consul-general at Cairo, title of.
compensation of........, [*189], , 398
consuls not to be absent without leave more
than ten days at a time, and if so ab-
sent not to have pay, except, &c....
not to correspond with private parties on
nor recommend persons for employment,
nor accept presents for themselves or
meaning of word consul, as used in laws
respecting foreign relations....
in certifying to voluntary emigration from
China and Japan, to ascertain whether
emigrants have contracted to service
for immoral purposes..
Aix-la-Chapelle removed to Cologne....
at Omoa and Truxillo removed to Utila in
bound at Government Printing Office.
provisions for taking testimony relating to
private claims before.
eight cloak-room men of House of Repre-
sentatives to be employed as session
not required to report to surgeon-general
of marine hospitals...
at Liverpool, London, Cardiff, Belfast, and
Hamburg to pay into Treasury fees
collected for discharging seamen....
fees for shipping and discharging seamen
at certain ports to be paid into
in Tripoli, Tunis, Morocco, Muscat, and
Samoan or Navigator Islands in-
vested with certain judicial powers.
name of, at Omoa, &c., Honduras, changed
to Ruatan and Truxillo..
in Russia at Amoor River discontined..
at Vladivostock to be of class five.....
and at Fayal and Auckland may engage
prices-current to be furnished by, to Secre-
may be sent by Congressmen through u ails
and to reporter of Senate...
index to, to be printed semi-monthly
how distributed, and by whom prepared,
separate account of expense of, to be kept
and reported to Congress by Public
duties of, in relation to invoices of goods
intended to be transported in bond
from port of arrival to inland port of
to make quarterly statements of exports
and imports, with market price of
for rent of buildings for public use in
Washington, D. C., not to be made
without previous appropriation....66, 289
may be made to take place of other rented
employés of United States not to be inter-
ested in Indian contracts, &c......
authority of Secretary of Treasury to make,
with persons to assist in collection
of money, &c., withheld repealed...
limitation of certain contracts of depart-
ments to supplies of one year not to
apply to mail-bags, locks, postal
fee for recording, &c., assignment of..
engravings, cuts, and prints which may be
what may be registered in Patent Office..
by diplomatic and consular officers, &c.,
with private parties, &c, on public
with Indians prior to May 21, 1872, not to
be recognized by public officers until
provisions specified are complied with
copies of, for Indian supplies to be fur-
nished Second Auditor
provisions as to advertising bids, &c., in
in District of Columbia, where to be con-
Secretary of War to give preference in, to
materials of domestic manufacture
in making, for public improvements,
and to have all work thereon done in
medals commemorating centennial anniver-
sary of national independence.....
disbursing officers and bank officers to
stamp counterfeit, altered, or worth-
gold or silver coin or bars, how punished..
COURTS (See Circuit Courts; District Courts;
Court of Claims; Supreme Court),
women to be admitted to practice in Su-
laws of States as to remedies for improve-
ments by occupants of lands under
color of title adjudged invalid to ap-
ply in Federal courts.
jurisdiction of State and Federal courts as
to real estate of Seneca Nation of
Indians in New York.
State to have jurisdiction of debts due
bankrupt's estate in certain cases...
provisions for restoring, supplying, &c.,
clerks, marshals, and district attorneys to
reside in their districts, except, &c.. 47
jurors, how drawn
in Pennsylvania, same as elsewhere; re-
pealing special provision...
records of regimental, garrison, and field offi-
cers, where to be filed and when may
defendants may be witnesses...
not to sentence soldiers to be branded,
marked, or tattooed..
not to be excluded on account of race or
counterfeiting medals struck in commemo-
ration of centennial anniversary of
under laws relating to Life-Saving Service;
loss of vessels at sea....
and offenses relating to customs; various
willful injury to United States telegraph
Court of United States, how exer-
cised and proceedings in...
in Utah Territory (see Utah Territory), pro-
hold to involuntary servitude; selling
in Dakota, supreme court fourth district
penalty for fraudulently obtaining gas in
District of Columbia.
to have an additional judge...
in District of Columbia (See District of
fraudulently claiming drawback on manu-
penalties in relation to internal-revenue
failing to so produce letters, &c., cannot
penalties on manufacturers of tobacco for
manufacturers of cigars and dealers....445, 446
relating to the census; neglect of duty by
officers, false swearing, making false
returns, receiving fees, &c..
penalty for refusal to give information to
not to be interested in warehouses, &c...
compromising or abating claims for fines,
&c., how punished...
afterwards avoid penalty by produc-
defrauding or attempting to defraud by
false invoices, how punished; for-
entire invoice not to be forfeited on account
of undervaluation of items
merchandise entered in violation of law re-
lating to false invoices, &c., may be
seized and held for payment of fines,
how released by giving bond, &c
omission to add to market value cost of
packing, shipping, &c., without
fraudulent intent, not to cause for-
to be supplied by collector or appraiser,
&c., with hundred per cent. addition-
al, and duties collected thereon..
custom officers detecting violations of cus-
tom laws to report to collector, who
shall report to district attorney for
CUSTOMS OFFICER (See Collection Dis-
tricts; Collectors; Customs; Customs
detecting violation of customs laws to re-
proceedings for relief of persons charged
with incurring fines, &c...
summary hearing in, before whom to be
had, and subsequent proceedings...
officers compromising or abating claims
for fines, forfeiture, &c., how pun-
Secretary of Treasury may remit fines, &c.
applicants for remission of fines, &c., to
notify district attorneys, who shall
furnish information, &c....
settlements as to duties, in absence of fraud
or protest, to be conclusive after one
suits for penalties and forfeitures to be com-
menced within three years, except,
annual salaries to be paid to collectors,
naval officers, and surveyors.......
Secretary of Treasury to regulate bonded
warehouses, general stores, &c......
general-order warehouses to be near land-
customs officers not to be interested in ware-
public cartage to be let to lowest bidder,
one hundred per cent. to be added on omis-
sion to add market value, &c., of
goods to invoice in certain cases....
proceedings on discovery of fraud, &c
settlements without fraud or protest to be
conclusive after one year..
merchandise in vessels sunken two years,
and abandoned, may be admitted
free of duties when raised..
on spun silk, silk in gum, floss silk, sewing
silks, and other silks
on anchovies and sardines
on yellow sheathing-metal and yellow-
metal bolts, with right of drawback
when used in repair of certain ves-
power of Secretary of Treasury to refund,
decisions of Secretary once made not to be
modified adversely to United States,
decisions of inferior courts respecting, need
not be acquiesced in by Secretary of
alizarine, quicksilver, ship planking, spars,
and stilts, seeds of sugar beets, bar-
rels, grain bags, &c., used in export-
ing, admitted free of...
reports to Congress of money refunded for
customs duties paid, to be made an-
nually by Secretary of Treasury...
separate entry of packages of importation
may be made in certain cases..
oaths of importer, consignee, or agent in
drawback on materials used in repair of
number and compensation of special agents
inspectors employed at night to be paid not
exceeding $2.50 per night....
may have increased compensation not ex-
ceeding $3 a night..
bonds of partnerships for payment of, may
be executed by one member in name
certain products of Hawaiian Islands ad-
mitted free of duty.
CUSTOMS DUTIES (See Free of Duty),
on skins, dried, salted, or pickled, &c., re-
silver dollars and certificates for same re-
additional, on failure to transport in bond
goods from one district to another,
act authorizing the immediate transporta-
tion in bond of dutiable goods......
ports from which goods may be sent.. , 545
at which such goods may be delivered,
appraised, &c. ... ...202, 546, 598, 615
merchandise so transported to be entered of
imported liquors to pay internal-revenue
tax by stamps in addition to duty..
to be placed in public stores, gauged, in-
spected, stamped, &c..
other provisions concerning same.... .439, 440
on quinine repealed...
triplicate invoices to be taken by consuls,
&c., without additional fee.....
contributions for colored emigrauts from
to be transferred directly from importing
vessel to cars, &c.....
prior to March 12, 1880, for importa-
tion to pay duty of 35 per cent....
duties paid in excess to be refunded.