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1978, April 30, ch. 77.

1879, March 3,

ch. 287, §§ 2, 3.

And it shall be the duty of the Commissary-General of Subsistence to cause each claim to be examined, and if convinced that it is just, and of the loyalty of the claimant, and that the stores have actually been 15 Opin. Att'y- received, or taken for the use of, and used by the Army, then to report Gen, 35. each case for payment to the Third Auditor of the Treasury with a recommendation for settlement.

15 C. Cls., 453.

Provisions ex

[Par. 9.] The provisions of the above two sections shall extend to the tended to Tennes- State of Tennessee, and to the counties of Berkeley and Jefferson in the see and part of West Virginia, but State of West Virginia.

claims for occu

pancy of real estate

not included.

Comptroller of Currency-seal of. R. S., § 330.

- report of.

R. S., § 333.

As to duties of

But the provisions of the above two sections shall not authorize the payment of claims for the occupation of, or injury to, real estate in any State declared in insurrection during the rebellion."

[Par 10.] Section three hundred and thirty is amended by adding thereto the following: "A description of the seal, with an impression thereof, and a certificate of approval by the Secretary of the Treasury, shall be filed in the Office of the Secretary of State."

[Par. 11.] Section three hundred and thirty-three is amended by inserting, after the word "Congress", in the second line, the words "at the commencement of its session."

[Par. 12.] Section four hundred and fifty-three is amended by striking Commissioner of out in the fifth line the word "agents", and inserting the word "grants".

General Land Of

fice. R. S., § 453. Judicial districts

in New York.

R. S, § 541.
District-court

[Par. 13.] Section five hundred and forty-one is amended by inserting, in the fourth line, after the word "north", the words "and west."

[Par. 14.] Section five hundred and sixty-three is amended by adding jurisdiction in to paragraph eight the following words: "And shall have original and exclusive cognizance of all prizes brought into the United States, exR. S., § 563, pars. cept as provided in paragraph six of section six hundred and twenty

prize cases.

8, 9.

District court in

admiralty.
R. S., § 590.

Circuit-court ju

risdiction.

R. S., § 629, par. 11.

Cases in State

nine."

Also, by striking out of line two, of the ninth paragraph, the words "seventy-six", and inserting the word "eight."

[Par. 15.] Section five hundred and ninety is amended by striking out, in the first line, the word "circuit”, and inserting the word "district."

[Par. 16.] Section six hundred and twenty-nine is amended by striking out, in the first line of paragraph eleven, the words "or against".

[Par. 17.] Section seven hundred and nine is amended by striking out courts reviewed by all after the words "United States," in sixteenth line, to the end of the Supreme Court.

R. S., § 709.

Suits against foreign ministers, &c.

R. S., § 711.
Condemnation of

first paragraph.

Also, by striking out the word "re-affirin," in the first line of the second paragraph.

[Par. 18.] Section seven hundred and eleven is amended by striking out the eighth paragraph.

[Par. 19.] Section seven hundred and thirty-five is amended by strikinsurrectionary ing out of the second line the words "as prize".

property.

R. S., § 735. Extraordinary expenses of minis

terial officers in ex-
ecuting laws; how
paid.
R. S., § 846.

Where writ of

error may be superseded, execution not to issue for ten days. R. S., § 1007.

[Par. 20.] Section eight hundred and forty-six is amended by adding thereto as follows:

"That where the ministerial officers of the United States have or shall incur extraordinary expense in executing the laws thereof, the payment of which is not specifically provided for, the President of the United States is authorized to allow the payment thereof under the special taxation of the district or circuit court of the district in which the said services have been or shall be rendered, to be paid from the appropri ation for defraying the expenses of the judiciary."

[Par. 21.] Section one thousand and seven is amended by striking out, in the last line, the words, "the said term of sixty", and inserting the word "ten".

NOTE.-All the amendments made by this act, ch. 80, have been incorporated in the second edition of the Revised Statutes, in their proper places. See Wright's and Ludington's cases, 15 C. Cls., 80, 453.

Verbal error cor

R. S., § 1011. Court of Claims jurisdiction not to

[Par. 22.] Section one thousand and eleven is amended by striking out, in the second line, the word "and", and inserting the word "any." rected. [Par. 23.] Section one thousand and fifty-nine is amended by adding to the fourth paragraph the following additional proviso: "Provided also, That the jurisdiction of the Court of Claims shall not extend to destrucextend to any claim against the United States growing out of the de- tion of property, &c., in the rebelstruction or appropriation of, or damage to, property by the Army or lion. Navy engaged in the suppression of the rebellion."

R. S., § 1059. 3 C. Cls., 1. 4 C. Cls., 359, 448. 6 C. Cls., 40. 11 C. Cls., 648. 15 C. Cls., 453. Dykes' case, 16 C. Cls.; 9 Wall., 45; 13 Wall., 635.

[Par. 24.] Section one thousand three hundred and forty-two is amended by striking out, in the third line of the thirty-eighth article, the word "corporal";

And also, by adding to said article thirty-eighth, the following words: "No court-martial shall sentence any soldier to be branded, marked, or tattooed".

The same section is also amended, in the third line of article eightytwo, by striking out the words, "ninety-five", and inserting the word "eighty."

[Par. 25.] Section one thousand eight hundred and forty-two is amended by adding thereto the following proviso:

"Provided, That so much of this section as provides for making any bill passed by the legislative assembly of a Territory a law, without the approval of the governor, shall not apply to the Territories of Utah and Arizona."

[Par. 26.] Section two thousand one hundred and forty-six is amended by adding, at the end of the first line, the following words; "crimes committed by one Indian against the person or property of another Indian, nor to."

[Par. 27.] Section two thousand one hundred and sixty-nine is amended by inserting, in the first line, after the word "aliens", the words "being free white persons, and to aliens."

[Par. 28.] Section two thousand five hundred and four is amended by inserting the word "not" before the word "exceeding", in the second line from top of page four hundred and sixty-five.

[Par. 29.] Section two thousand five hundred and twenty seven is amended by inserting, in the third line of the ninth paragraph, after the word "ninety", the word "nine".

[Par. 30.] Section two thousand five hundred and thirty-one is amended by inserting, in the fifth line of the first paragraph, after the word "county," the words "as the same existed".

Articles of war. R. S., 1342, arts. 38, 82.

Veto power of governor in Utah and Arizona. R. S., § 1842.

Crimes in Indian

country.
R. S., § 2146.
5 Dill., 390, 394.
Naturalization

laws to apply to

free white aliens. R. S., § 2169. Duty on window

glass.

R. S., § 2504, 2d ed., p. 461.

Collection dis

trict of Edgarton.

R. S., § 2527.

of Newport.

[Par. 31.] Section two thousand seven hundred and eleven is struck out; the ports of Pacific City and Milwaukee having been abolished. [Par. 32.] Section two thousand seven hundred and thirty is amended by inserting, at the end of the first line, the word "Pittsburgh."

[Par. 33.] Section two thousand eight hundred and sixty-four is amended by inserting, in the last line, after the word "merchandise, the words "or the value thereof."

[Par. 34.] Section two thousand nine hundred and ninety-seven is amended by inserting, in the tenth line, after the word "Alabama", the words "Detroit in Michigan."

1880, June

[Par. 35.] (Rep.) Section three thousand and one hundred is amended by transposing lines nine and ten.

[Par. 36.] Section three thousand one hundred and fifty-eight is NOTE.-All the amendments made by this act are incorporated in the second edition of the Revised Statutes, in their proper places. See Wright's and Ludington's cases, 15 C. Cls., 80, 453.

R. S., § 2531.

Surveyors at Pacific City and Mil

waukee.

R. S., § 2711. Appraiser at Pittsburgh; sal

ary.

R. S., § 2730.
Forfeiture of

value of goods for

false invoices.

R. S., § 2864. Merchandise may be transported it.

bond to Detroit. R. S., § 2997. 10, ch. 190, §§ 7, 8.

Repealed 1877, Feb. 27, ch. 69, par. 101.

R. S., § 3100. Internal-revenue

officers' accounts; amended by inserting, in the fourteenth line, the word "two" before penalty. the word "hundred", where it first occurs.

R. S., § 3158.

Lists of taxable

property.

R. S., § 3181.

Special taxes

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[Par. 37.] Section three thousand one hundred and eighty-one is amended by striking out, in the fourth line, the word "last", and inserting the word "list".

[Par. 38.] Section three thousand two hundred and thirty-eight is amended by striking out, in the fifth line, the word "thirteen", and inserting "twelve".

[Par. 39.] Section three thousand two hundred and forty-four is amended by striking out, in the last clause of the third paragraph, the word "section", and inserting the word "proviso".

[Par. 40.] Section three thousand two hundred and ninety-nine is amended by striking out, in the second line, the word "distilling", and inserting "distillery".

[Par. 41.] Section three thousand four hundred and seventeen is amended by inserting, in the fourth line, after the word "twelve", the words "thirty-four hundred and thirteen".

[Par. 42.] Section three thousand four hundred and twenty-two is amended by inserting, after the word "issued", in the twenty-seventh line, the following:

"And provided further, That where it shall appear to said collector, upon oath or otherwise, to his satisfaction, that any such instrument has not been duly stamped at the time of making or issuing the same, by reason of accident, mistake, inadvertence, or urgent necessity, and without any willful design to defraud the United States of the stamps, or to evade or delay the payment thereof, then, and in such case, if such instrument, or, if the original be lost, a copy thereof, duly certified by the officer having charge of any records in which such original is required to be recorded, or otherwise duly proven to the satisfaction of the collector, shall, within twelve calendar months after the making or issuing thereof, be brought to the said collector of revenue to be stamped, and the stamp-tax chargeable thereon shall be paid, it shall be lawful for the said collector to remit the penalty aforesaid, and to cause such instrument to be duly stamped".

[Par. 43.] Section three thousand five hundred and sixty-one is amended by striking out, in the second line, the word "officers," and inserting "offices".

[Par. 44.] Section three thousand six hundred and eighty-nine is amended by striking out the word "asylum" wherever it occurs, in the second paragraph, on page seven hundred and thirty-two, and inserting in lieu thereof the word "home".

[Par. 45.] Section three thousand seven hundred and ninety-eight is amended by striking out, in lines third and fourth of the fifth paragraph, the words "Special Commissioner of the Revenue", and inserting the words "Chief of the Bureau of Statistics".

- of Comptroller of Currency.

R. S., § 3811.

[Par. 46.] Section three thousand eight hundred and eleven is amended by striking out "Secretary of the Treasury", and inserting "Comptroller of the Currency"; also, by adding, after the word "banks", in the second line, the words "and banks under State and territorial laws". [Par. 47.] Section three thousand eight hundred and fifty-six is master-General amended by striking out, in the sixth line, the word "crease", and inchanging salaries. serting "increase". R. S., § 3856. Separating let

Order of Post

ter-mail.
R. S., § 3994.

Indorsement of

money orders.

R. S., § 4037.

[Par. 48.] Section three thousand nine hundred and ninety-four is amended by striking out, in the last line, the word "affecting", and inserting the word "effecting".

[Par. 49.] Section four thousand and thirty-seven is amended by inserting, in the second line, before the word "paid", the word “be”. Removal of cap[Par. 50.] Section four thousand two hundred and fifty is amended by tain by owners of striking out, in line seven, "nineteenth", and inserting "ninth". R. S., § 4250.

vessels.

NOTE.-All the amendments made by this act, ch. 80, have been incorporated in the second edition of the Revised Statutes, in their proper places. See Wright's and Ludingtou s cases, 15 C. Cls., 80, 453.

[Par. 51.] Section four thousand two hundred and eighty-nine is amended by striking out, in the first line, the words "this title", and inserting the words "the seven preceding sections".

[Par. 52.] Section four thousand three hundred and forty-seven is amended by striking out, at the end of the thirty-third line, the word "no", and inserting the word "on".

[Par. 53.] Section four thousand three hundred and sixty is amended by inserting, in the third line, after the word "manifest", the word "and". [Par. 54.] Section four thousand six hundred and one is amended by striking out, in the fifth line, the word "persecuting," and inserting the word "prosecuting".

[Par. 55.] Section five thousand and twenty-nine is amended by striking out, in the third line, the word "herein before", and inserting the word "hereinafter”.

[Par. 56.] Section five thousand and fifty-four is amended by adding the following words:

"And the record of such assignment, or a duly certified copy thereof, shall be evidence thereof in all courts".

[Par. 57.] Section five thousand one hundred and twenty-four is amended by striking out, in the second line of the sixth paragraph, the word "act", and inserting the word "title".

[Par. 58.] Section five thousand one hundred and twenty-nine is amended by striking out, in the ninth line, the word "act", and inserting the word "title".

[Par. 59.] Section five thousand one hundred and eighty-three is amended by inserting, after the word "issue", in the second line, the words "post notes or."

[Par. 60.] Section five thousand one hundred and ninety-eight is amended by adding thereto the following:

"That suits, actions, and proceedings against any association under this title may be had in any circuit, district, or territorial court of the United States held within the district in which such association may be established, or in any State, county, or municipal court in the county or city in which said association is located having jurisdiction in similar cases".

[Par. 61.] Section five thousand two hundred and twenty four is amended by adding thereto the following:

"And if any such bank shall fail to make the deposit and take up its bonds for thirty days after the expiration of the time specified, the Comptroller of the Currency shall have power to sell the bonds pledged for the circulation of said bank, at public auction in New York City, and, after providing for the redemption and cancellation of said circulation and the necessary expenses of the sale, to pay over any balance remaining to the bank or its legal representative".

[Par. 62.] Section five thousand two hundred and twenty-eight is amended by striking out, in the third line, the words "of forfeiture of the bonds", and inserting the word "thereof".

[Par. 63.] Section five thousand two hundred and eighty-seven is amended by inserting, as the first sentence thereof, the following words: "The district courts shall take cognizance of all complaints, by whom soever instituted, in cases of captures made within the waters of the United States, or within a marine league of the coasts or shores thereof." [Par. 64.] Section five thousand four hundred and thirteen is amended by inserting, in the third line, after the word "national", the word "bank". [Par. 65.] Section five thousand four hundred and fifty-two, after the word "principal", in the second line, place a comma.

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R. S., § 5228.
Jurisdiction of

district courts as
certain captures

to

[Par. 66.] Section five thousand five hundred and four is amended by striking out, in the fourth line, the word "and", and also, by striking out, in the same line, the word "of", where it first occurs.

NOTE.-All the amendments made by this act, ch. 80, are incorporated in the second edition of the Revised Statutes, in their proper places. See Wright's and Ludington's cases, 15 C. Cls., 80, 453.

at sea.

R. S., § 5287.

Verbal error cor

rected.

R. S., § 5413.
Same.

R. S., § 5452.
Same.
R. S., § 5504.

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Verbul error cor- [Par. 67.] Section five thousand five hundred and fifteen is amended rected

by striking out, in the last line, the word "ten”, and inserting the word R.S., $ 5515.

beleven”. Act to be bound SEC. 2. That the Secretary of State is directed, if practicable, to with Revised Stat- cause this act to be printed and bound in the volume of the Revised utes, 1st edition.

Statutes of the United States. (February 18, 1875.]

NOTE.-All the changes made by the foregoing act, ch. 80, have been incorporated into the second
edition of the Revised Statutes, in their proper place. See Wright's and Ludington's cascs, 15 C. Cls.,
80, 453.

CHAPTER 84.

Feb. 18, 1875. AN ACT PROVIDING FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE REVISED STATUTES OF THE

UNITED STATES.
18 Stat. L., 329.
SECTION

SECTION
1. Revised Statutes for members of 43d Congress. 2. Revised Statutes to be kept for sale.
Be it enacted, &c.

(SECTION 1], That the Secretary of State is hereby directed to furRevised Stat- nish, for the use of the Senate, one thousand copies of the Revised utes; for members Statutes of the United States; and for the use of the House of Repreof 43d Congress. sentatives, three thousand copies of the same; to be distributed to the

; members of the present Congress. - to be kept for SEC. 2. That the Secretary of State is hereby authorized to make sale.

arrangement with persons engaged in the business of selling books, to 1874, ch. 333, 19. keep on sale the Revised Statutes of the United States; 1875, March 3, ch. 130, $ 9.

But in any such arrangement it shall be provided that the same be sold at the Government price to all purchasers, and the Secretary may allow to any such person keeping the Revised Statutes for sale, such part of the ten per cent. above the actual cost, as he may deem just and reasonable. [February 18, 1875.]

CHAPTER 89.

1

1

Feb. 19, 1875. AN ACT TO AMEND SECTION FIVE THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY OF THE

REVISED STATUTES OF TIIE UNITED STATES, IN RELATION TO THE COMPENSATION 18 Stat. L., 329. OF NATIONAL-BANK EXAMINERS.

Occasional examiners of national banks; compensation.
Be it enacted, &c.

[SECTION 1], That section five thousand two hundred and forty of the Occasional ex

Revised Statutes of the United States be so amended that the latter aminers of national clause of said section, after the word "Comptroller" in the eighth line banks; compensa- of said section, be amended so that the same shall read as follows, tion.

namely: (1) R. S., 0 5240.

“That all persons appointed to be examiners of national banks not located in the redemption-cities specified in section five thousand one hundred and ninety-two of the Revised Statutes of the United States, or in any one of the States of Oregon, California, and Nevada, or in the Territories, shall receive compensation for such examinations as follows:

For examining national banks having a capital less than one hundred thousand dollars, twenty dollars;

Those having a capital of one hundred thousand dollars and less than three hundred thousand dollars, twenty-five dollars;

Those having a capital of three hundred thousand dollars and less than four hundred thousand dollars, thirty-five dollars;

Those having a capital of four hundred thousand dollars and less than five hundred thousand dollars, forty dollars;

Those having a capital of five hundred thousand dollars and less than six hundred thousand dollars, fifty dollars;

Those having a capital of six hundred thousand dollars and over, seventy-five dollars;

NOTE.-(1) This amendment has been incorporated into the second edition of the Revised Statutes, in $ 5240.

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