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COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL
*266 clerks of courts to report quarterly to, of
money paid in suits on collectors'
*274 may transfer inspectors, gaugers, and store-
may appoint not exceeding thirty-five
to report to Congress annually amount paid
for detecting frauds
duties of, in relation to sales of real estate
for taxes, purchases, &c.; to have
charge of real estate acquired for
taxes; may sell or lease same....... 429
or release on payment of tax...
169 duties of, in relation to survey of distilleries 431
may designate special officer to survey dis-
may exempt distilleries of thirty gallons or
less from certain obligations... 432
may issue stamps for restamping packages
of liquors, tobacco, &c., when orig-
may establish and change form of stamps,
prescribe manuer of attaching, &c.. 448
egar factories established before
March, 1879, within 600 feet of dis-
to prescribe rules, with approval of Secre-
tary, for allowance and rebate of
taxes on spirits lost by leakage, &c.,
when removed from distillery ware-
sent of owner, notwithstanding in-
crease of distillery
may make regulations as to entry of spirits
removed to distillery warehouse
may require new bond of distillers in case of
death, insolvency, &c....
166 may require withdrawal of spirits from dis-
tillery warehouse, and tax to be paid
when loss of spirits is excessive.... 531
gaugers with quantity of liquor, &c.
not to assess deficiency of spirits in case of
loss by casualty, &c...
to make regulations as to withdrawal, &c.,
of spirits from distillery, &c., for
manufacture of articles for export... 532
for allowance of leakage, &c....
to prescribe time and manner of collecting
COMMISSIONER OF RAILROADS,
his title changed from that of Auditor of
3 COMPTROLLERS (of Treasury) (See Ac-
salaries of, and of officers and clerks in
deputies to perform duties of chief clerks.. 164
243, 244 First, bonds of collectors of internal rev-
enue to be filed with.
244 Second, abstract of bids and proposals for
contracts for Indian service to be filed
243 COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY (See
salary of, and of officers and of clerks in
force to be employed in office of, for carry-
ing out provisions for redemption of
term of district court at Hartford, to be
held on fourth Tuesday in November. 497
to defraud United States; all parties liable
to penalty if one does any act, &c.. 484
CONSULS AND CONSULATES,
*268 salaries of consuls and diplomatic offi-
*33, *188, see note, 331, 397
of interpreters in Japan, China, and
of marshals of, in Japan, China, Siam,
- , 401
clerk hire allowed to interpreter to consul-
ates in China and Japan; appoint-
2 time of transit allowed to, established by
Secretary of State...
35, note, 36
salary of consular clerks, after five years'
vice-consuls acting as consuls to receive pay,
462 bonds of certain consuls to be such as Sec-
retary of State may approve.
347 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.... 39
165 not to correspond with private parties on
.243, 557 nor recommend persons for employment,
571 nor accept presents for themselves or
respecting foreign relations.... 200
in certifying to voluntary emigration from
China and Japan, to ascertain whether
emigrants have contracted to service
at Aix-la-Chapelle removed to Cologne.... 201
at Omoa and Truxillo removed to Utila in
of marine hospitals...
Hamburg to pay into Treasury fees
collected for discharging seamen.... 334
at certain ports to be paid into
in Tripoli, Tunis, Morocco, Muscat, and
Samoan or Navigator Islands in-
vested with certain judicial powers.
to Ruatan and Truxillo...
in Russia at Amoor River discontined.. 192
and at l'ayal and Auckland may engage
prices-current to be furnished by, to Secre-
616 to make quarterly statements of exports
and imports, with market price of
616 and commercial agents to transmit infor-
mation as to rates of wages.
to report vessels leaving infected ports .... 314
617 clerks and allowance for......35, 334, 398, 400, 595
certain judicial functions of, in Egypt sus-
117 duties of, in relation to invoices of goods
intended to be transported in bond
from port of arrival to inland port of
for term of service of Chinese and Japanese
immigrants void ...
10 for supply of cooly labor in violation of
for carrying mails, provisions concerning
(sce Postal Service) ........224, 2:38–240, 323
313 for transportation of Indian supplies of
certain amounts to be advertised and
given to lowest bidders ..... 246, 286
313 of purchase of supplies for Indian service
to be made after advertisement, ex-
cept in case of exigency, &c..
485 contractors for military and naval supplies
485 certain, to be deposited with Commissioner
by whom to be signed in Post-Office Depart-
mert for stamps, &c..
485 not to take place until sixty days after
first publication ....
subletting without consent of Postmaster-
486 in case of lawful subletting copy of, to be
filed and notice given to Sixth Auditor 324
486 subcontractors to be paid on certificate of
Second Assistant Postmaster-General,
487 on water routes between United States
ports; how mado....
487 between United States and foreign ports
not to be for more than two years.. 324
Secretary of War may make rules respect-
ing bids for, under War Department,
require bonds of bidders, &c..... 313
number of, reduced.... .., repealed, 121
detail of company, in Army abolished..... 402
150 COOLY TRADE,
tion of law, how punished
books to have certain notice thereof printed
on each book or no action maintain-
able for infringement
47 fee for recording, &c., assignment of.. 40
engravings, cuts, and prints which may be
what may be registered in Patent Office.. 41
by diplomatic and consular officers, &c.,
insane, may be transferred to Hospital for
Insane in District of Columbia . 104
Attorney-General may contract with
State asylums for care of
restored to sanity to be returned to prison. 104
alien, not to be admitted as immigrants... 181
may be sent back
to have deduction from sentence for good
conduct; on discharge to be furnished
with clothes and money
designation of penitentiaries for
169 may be confined in jail when transportation
would exceed cost of maintenance.. 228
169 place of confinement of, may be changed.. 228
in Territories may be provided for in other
Territories or States ...
certain persons prohibited from being, in
COURT OF CLAIMS-Continued.
not to allow certain claims where more is
fraudulently demanded than is justly
claims on Chinese indemnity fund may be
of horses, &c., during the rebellion
by mounted New Mexico volunteers.. 421
claims to be presented within one year..
410 rooms to be provided for, by Secretary of
jurisdiction of certain claims against Dis-
trict of Columbia..
to have jurisdiction of certain claims of
144 COURTS OF INQUIRY,
defendants may be witnesses.
records of regimental, garrison, and field offi-
cers, where to be filed and when may
.497,498 not to sentence soldiers to be branded,
marked, or tattooed..
CRIMES AND OFFENSES,
jurisdiction of circuit and district courts 173
writs of error from circuit to district court
ration of centennial anniversary of
under laws relating to Life-Saving Service;
loss of vessels at sea.
12 and offenses relating to customs; various
willful injury to United States telegraph
13 bringing into country kidnaped persons to
hold to involuntary servitude; selling
penalty for fraudulently obtaining gas in
District of Columbia
liquor dealers and rectifiers carrying on busi-
affixing imitation stamps to packages of
fraudulently claiming drawback on manu-
laws of, extended to Indian country not to
employés of United States becoming inter-
ested in Indian contracts, &c., how
under law relating to immigration from
China, Japan, and elsewhere..... 181
embezzlement of public property declared
receivers and concealors, how punished.. 184
may be tried before or after principals. 184
cutting or injuring unlawfully trees on
lands of United States....
breaking fences, walls, &c, inclosing public
driving cattlo, &c., on public lands
perjury by rettlers on public land. under act
to encourage cultivation of timber. , 350
*139 which are not capital, except under revenue
and slave-trade laws, not to be prose-
violation of prohibition of mailing obscene
books, papers, &c
sureties on bonds of bidder for carrying
tax on circulation of corporations other
than banks, what to apply to...... 133, 194
241 other ports to which it is applicable. 202,599, 015
and canals of States exempt from
seizure of books, &c., in case of suspected
smuggling not permitted ..
moieties to informers abolished, and tines to
be paid into Treasury.
compensation to be allowed for detection
of smuggling and reported to Con-
to oflicers and others for detecting and
seizing in case of smuggling
to informers who are not officers
books, invoices, and papers required in
civil suits under revenue laws, how
failure to produce..
custody of, by owner or agent
312 claim of iuformer where judicial proceed-
ings are instituted to be certified by
where no judicial proceedings, to be
proved to Secretary of Treasury
cept in cases of smuggling, prohib-
action against, to recover money so paid
officers and persons claiming compensation
for informing, &c., and defendants,
may be witnesses.
importers to make invoices to accompany
all importations, except, &c..
or affidavit, in certain cases, showing
cost and value.
and may be required to produce let-
failing to so produce letters, &c., cannot
afterwards avoid penalty by produc-
defranding or attempting to defraud by
false invoices, how punished; for-
444 entire invoice not to be forfeited on account
of undervaluation of items
merchandise entered in violation of law re-
lating to falso invoices, &c., may be
seized and held for payment of fines,
omission to add to market value cost of
packing, shipping, &c., withont
fraudulent intent, not to cause for-
to be supplied by collector or appraiser,
&c., with hundred per cent. addition-
a), and duties collected thereon.....
81 custoin officers detecting violations of cus-
tom laws to report to collector, who
shall report to district attorney for
in suits and proceedings to enforce forfeit-
ures, &c., issue of facts whether acts
were done with intent to defraud to
bo determined by jury....
or by judge in certain cases.
penalty not to be imposed if no frandu-
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