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LIBRARY OF THE
LELAND STANFORD JR. UNIVERSITY.

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MEMORANDA.

The legislation of Congress may be found on pages 312, 713, authorizing this publication and making it prima facie evidence of the laws therein contained in all the courts of the United States, and of the several States and Territories, as printeil copies of the Revised Statutes and of the Statutes-at-Large are made by the acts printed on pages 22, 134, 153.

By the acts of 1878 and 1880 (pp. 205, 312) the Secretary of State is required to keep copies for sale at the cost of the paper, presswork, and binding, with ten per cent added thereto,

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PREFACE.

This publication is neither a revision nor a consolidation of the statutes.

It is a reproduction of the laws enacted since the passage of the Revised Statutes which are neither obsolete, local, temporary and expired, special, superseded, nor repealed, arranged in chronological and numerical order as engrossed on the rolls in the State Department, with copious notes and cross references.

It is the result of a system of references begun by me, for my private use, soon after the passage of the Revised Statutes in 1874 and continued to the present time.

When the Fiftieth Congress expired in March, 1889, the manuscript of the legislation up to that date was substantially ready for the press, and my task would have been much lighter had the work closed at that time; but the act authorizing the publication required the legislation of the Fifty-first Congress to be included.

That Congress was prolific in legislation, altering, superseding, or repealing many acts of every one of the previous eight Congresses, and adding about two hundred and fifty pages, or more than one-fourth, to the body of the work. This made it necessary to revise and rearrange all my previously prepared manuscript, and it was physically impossible alone to do so much within the time contemplated when the act authorizing the publication was passed, and have the work ready at the assembling of the Fifty-second Congress in the December following.

I was fortunate, however, early in March last, to secure the valuable assistance of George A. King, esq., and William B. King, esq., both of the city of Washington and members of the bars of the Supreme Court of the United States and the District of Columbia. To their industry, care, and judgment I am much indebted for whatever degree of merit the work has attained.

At the outset the problem, prescribed in the act authorizing the publication, of putting the whole into one volume confronted me. This has been accomplished by restricting the matter to such acts and sections as are supplementary to the provisions contained in the Revised Statutes and such as would be properly included in a new revision if one were to be made, with some others so nearly allied that they could not well be omitted. In this particular the Revised Statutes of the United States for the District of Columbia, passed at the same time, have been regarded as within the meaning of the act, and therefore many local acts relating to the District are included, as in the former superseded volume, which otherwise would have been omitted. Any other course would have swollen the work to several thousand pages, and rendered it altogether too large for one volume. But nothing has been omitted without a good reason.

A new feature has been introduced of referring in the margin where acts are noted to both the previous and the subsequent pages of the volume. This has been done not without considerable difficulty, and it is hoped that it will add greatly to the convenience of the work.

At the beginning is a table of sections of the Revised Statutes, repealed, superseded, or connected with subsequent legislation, with references to the pages of this volume where the new provisions may be found

Copious notes have been added to many of the acts, specially mentioning all legislation on the same subject with explanations.

These notes, the numerous cross references, and the table of altered sections of the Revised Statutes, supplement the index and render it easy to find all the statute law on any given subject.

WILLIAM A. RICHARDSON. NOVEMBER 2, 1891.

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SECTIONS

OF THE

REVISED STATUTES

REPEALED, ALTERED OR AFFECTED BY SUBSEQUENT LEGISLATION.

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Sections of
Rer. Stats.

1
18
19
20-27
25
28
38
40
45
47
48
52
53
54
56
60
61
65-69
70
72
74
76
77
78
80-101
82
84
85-87
89
93
94
95
97
98
101-104
107
127
128
130
131-135
133
136
138
439
140
141
142
146
147
148
149
150
151

Page of | Sections of
this vol. Rev, Stats.

764 158
421 160

421 161
superseded 888 162

76 163 99, 421

163-172

164 348 166 348 167 119 169

119 172
16, 99, 376, 382 173
.16, 382, 409, 876, 925 | 173–175

.31, 203 177
254, 348 178
.17, 794

179
633 180
567 | 183

794 181-186 382, 876 193

81 194 254, 627

198

422 200
.2, 56, 422, 423 | 202

196 204
416 211
561 | 212
416 | 215
416 216

884 221-223 96,416 222

597 | 223
634 | 227
634 228
446 | 231

69 234
substitute 553 235

252 236
252 237
525 219

525 230 ..... repealed 525 254

525 256

525 257 .525, 635

257-262 .substitute 635 258

526 262 repealed 487 | 267 repealed 487 268 repealed 487 | 269 repealed 487 | 276 repealed 487 | 277

487 | 283

76

.4, 373 substitute for 888 .192, 224, 360

360 18, 135, 457

773 150

17

.17, 564 .substitute 57

.17, 298

17 4,707,926

9 879, 895

.380, 486, 879 .46, 380, 420, 486, 879

879

9 895

772 .3, 75, 76, 926 563, 626

877

83

502 152, 173, 200, 251, 357 .repealed 37 791, 811

83 375

17 409

75 388

407 .110, 303, 481,563, 793, 926

194

Kansas

20

Sections of Rev. Stats. 294 300 A 300 B 301 301-311 302 304 306-308 316 319 322 325 339 340 313 313-315 344 345 348 349 355 359 360 381 386 387 389 391 392 393 391 414 416 417 419 429 432 435 436 437 437-139 445 446 448 450 453 460 461 462 466 468 469 470-474 472 474 481 487 490 501 508 510 220-529 527

43

317

Page of Sections of

Page of this voi. Rev. Stats.

this voi, 419544

.172, 277, 900 159, 403 547

.181,202, 392, 471 159, 403 | 547–552

90 75 548

217, 263, 297, 674, 885 489 552

.181, 510 489 554

.181, 219, note 336, 320, 896, 927 489 555

106 475 556

substitute 129 75 558

.203, 345 76, 629 / 560

290 3 563

31, 34, 68, 106, 460, 614, 799 .3, 76 563–571

431 71 571

substitute 129, repealed 639 462 572 Terms of district courts in315 Alabama..

39,427, 760 315 Arkansas

129, 516, 638, 707, 760 315 Connecticut

270 17 Colorado

281, 510 .773, 916 Florida

214,500 .201, 291, 927 Georgia.

277, 439, 643, 650, 954 698 Illinois

552, 606, 764 403 Indiana.

46, 327 502 Iowa

3, 290,584, 895 18, 270

245, 608, 744 .20, 21, 382, 643 Kentucky

271, 607 Louisiana.

325, 615 .135, 927 Maine

423 Michigan

198, 199, 543, 615 5 Minnesota

719 715 Mississippi

...344, 583, 638 Missouri

.note 544, 738, 790 72, 245, 246 Nebraska

617 .290, 772

New Hampshire
.25, 325
New Jersey

607
678
New York..

334 .193, 318, 473 North Carolina

.196, 538 160 North Dakota..

..649, 716 900 Ohio..

.172, 277, 361 303 Pennsylvania.

515 78 South Carolina

.638, 718 194 South Dakota.

.649, 706 .80, 200, 555, note 913, 914: Tennessee

295 note 913 Texas

439, 674, note 703 772 Vermont.

10 200 Virginia

806 11 Washington

.619, 711 631 West Virginia.

.153, 587, 638 .substitute 582, 631 Wisconsin

.14, 515 84 | 572-658

719 914 | 577

271 .80, 121 578

271 80, 221 579

481 711 581

346, 607 374 583

564 73 584 77 596

564

321 453 604

106, 266, 321 77 607

320, 558, note 901 516 608

38, 39 376 619

.18, 39, 106, 639 150 624

.203, 552 299, 345, 641 627

106, 431, 737 70, 774 629

.51, 63, 68, 77, 106, 431, 460, 611, 614, 799 437 631

62,903 481 631-636

903 106, 325, 649 632

903 325, 390, 513, 606, 607, 615, 718, 744 633

903 .214, 427 634

38, 39, 903 substitute 129, 497,538, 546, 671, 674, 724 635

903 214 636

903 276, note 336, 613 639

.81, 612 360, 552 610

614 358, 895 740–712

85 198 641

614 superseded 344, 500, 547, 584 612

614 543 643

. 77, 614

529 530 531 532 533 534 535 536 537 538 539 540

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