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LIST OF ATTORNEYS-GENERAL, SOLICITORS-GENERAL, AND ACTING ATTORNEYS

GENERAL WHOSE OPINIONS COMPRISE VOLUMES 17-25 OPINIONS.

17 Opinions (1881–1884).- DEVENS— MACV'EAGI-BREWSTER.

Samuel F. Phillips, Solicitor-General and Acting Attorney.

General.
18 Opinions (1884–1887).- BREWSTER-GARLAND.

John Goode, Solicitor-General and Acting Attorney-General.
George A. Jenks, Solicitor-General and Acting-Attorney-

General.

William A. Maury, Acting Attorney-General. 19 Opinions (1887–1890).-GARLAND, MILLER.

George A. Jenks, Solicitor-General and Acting Attorney

General.
Orlow W. Chapman, Solicitor-General and Acting Attorney-

General.
William H. Taft, Solicitor-General and Acting Attorney-

General. 20 Opinions (1891-1894).- MILLER-OLNEY.

William H. Taft, Solicitor-General.
Charles H. Aldrich, Solicitor-General.
Lawrence Maxwell, jr., Solicitor-General.
William A. Maury, Icting Attorney-General.
Edward B. Whitney, Acting Attorney-General.

John B. Cotton, Acting Attorney-General. 21 Opinions (1893–1897).-OLNEY-HARMON-McKENNA.

Lawrence Maxwell, jr., Solicitor-General.
Holmes Conrad, Solicitor-General.
John K. Richards, Solicitor-General.
Edward B. Whitney, Acting Attorney-General.

J. M. Dickinson, Acting Attorney-General. 22 Opinions (1897–1899). – McKENNA-GRIGgs.

John K. Richards, Solicitor-General.
James E. Boyd, Icting Attorney-General.

Henry M. Iloyt, .Icting Attorney-General. 23 Opinions (1899–1902).--GRIGGS-Knox.

John K. Richards, Solicitor-General.
James E. Boyd, Acting Attorney-General.
Henry M. Hoyt, Icting Attorney-General.
James M. Beck, Acting Attorney-General.

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24 Opinions (1902–1903).-Knox.

John K. Richards, Solicitor-General.
Henry M. Hoyt, Acting Attorney-General.
James M. Beck, Acting Attorney-General.

William A. Day, Acting Attorney-General.
25 Opinions (1903–1906).—Knox-Moody.

Henry M. Hoyt, Solicitor-General.
William A. Day, Acting Attorney-General.
Milton D. Purdy, Acting Attorney-General.
James C. McReynolds, Acting Attorney-General.
Charles H. Robb, Acting Attorney-General.
Charles W. Russe ting Attorney-General.

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DIGEST OF OPINIONS

OF THE

ATTORNEYS-GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES.

(VOLS. 17-25, INCLUSIVE.)

ABANDONMENT.

it can not be reopened in the absence of statu. See Customs Law, III, m.

tory authority. 18 Op. 223.

2. Change of method in settling accounts.The Secretary of the Treasury can not legally, by departmental order, change a practice or

course of office procedure prescribed by statABATEMENT.

ute for the settlement of accounts. 19–177. See INTERNAL REVENUE, III, a; Customs

3. A question with reference to the manner Law, VI, a, 335.

of drawing funds from the Treasury, and the administrative examination of the accounts of the officer disbursing them, is one which

should be submitted to the Comptroller of “ABBEY” STEAMSHIP.

the Treasury. 22 Op. 414.

4. Section 12 of the Dockery Act of July 31, See SEIZURE, 8.

1894 (28 Stat. 162, 209), does not require the Secretary of the Treasury to report to Congress annually the balances due on postal

accounts for the prior fiscal year. 21 Op. 296. ACCEPTANCE.

5. The methods adopted in settling accounts OF CHECK BY NATIONAL Bank. See Banks,

for transportation of the Army under the act

of March 3, 1879 (20 Stat. 420), are not 19-21. OF PRESENTS BY PRESIDENT. See PRESI- applicable to accounts for the transportation

of enlisted men of the Navy and Marine DENT, XI, 81. OF VESSEL. See Liens, 5; NAVY, VII, 195–199. Corps. 21 Op. 297.

6. Same.-An omission by Congress of some accounts from an act providing for the settlement of certain accounts for transportation

shows that it was not the intention of ConACCOUNTING OFFICERS.

gress to make that act apply to all accounts OF THE TREASURY. See TREASURY DEPART for transportation furnished under preceding MENT, II, h.

See also ARMY, II, d, 168–179; TREASURY

DEPARTMENT, II, h; INDIANS, V, b; REVENUE

MARINE, 20, 21; Post-OFFICE DEPARTMENT, ACCOUNTS.

7, 8; DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, III, c, 1. Where an account has once been duly 37; RAILROADS, II, 10, 11, 24, 40; IV, 65; adjusted, settled, and closed by the proper UNITED STATES MARSHALS, 4-7; and for officers, upon a full knowledge of all the facts, the accounts of any particular officer, see and no errors of calculation have been made, appropriate heading for that officer. 18456–08_1

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acts. 10.

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