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Pago.
AGENTS-Continued.

ALIENS-Continued.
for paying pensions, not to deduct and pay

who are vice-consuls acting as consuls may
fees to attorneys

386

receive pay
special, of Post-Office Department; number

may make declaration of intention, &c., for
and compensation....

358

naturalization before clerks of cer-
one only to superintend railway service. 359

tain courts.

*200
to be called post-oflice inspectors . 549 AMBASSADORS (See Diplomatic Officers),
Indian, prohibited under penalty of dis-

compensation of....

. *188, 331, 397
missal from granting permits to Indi- AMERICAN EPHEMERIS OR NAU-
ans to go into Texas..

525

TICAL ALMANAC,
to make rolls of Indians entitled to sup-

how printed and distributed.

537
plies..

168 ANCHOVIES,
employés of, amount allowed for, &c.... 108 duty on

150
oath to accounts of..

168 ANIMALS,
sureties on bonds of, to file statement of

in District of Columbia, ordinance in rela-
property..

170
tion to impounding, &c

577
to keep books of expenditures, &c.... 170

taxation, &c., of dogs..

373
punishment for neglect.

170 unmuzzled dogs, going at large to be
union agencies in Indian Territory abol-

killed, &c....

577
ished..

.note.. 325 ANNUITIES (See Indians),
AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES,

to Seminole Indians, how paid.....

13
in case of loss of land scrip, new certifi-

to Winnebago Indiavs, provisions concern-
cates may issue

48
ing ..

588
certain, to be provided with weights and

APPEALS,
measures

618 death of party after final judgment in cir-
AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT,

cuit courts and before time for ap-
grounds of, enlarged

197

peal expires, proceedings thereon... 177
work of Entomological Commission to be

APPRAISER (Customs),
under..
559 at Pittsburg; salary

139
report of Commissioner and seeds may be

at Saint Paul to have salary of $2,000. 240
sent through mail free by Congress-

APPOINTMENTS,

154 in Treasury Department to be distributed
seeds, &c., to be supplied to members of

among States

164
Congress for distribution.

571 APPRENTICES,
Commissioner of, when to account and re-

in Navy, to be preferred in appointment of
port to accounting officers.

571
warrant officers

483

APPROPRIATIONS,
AIDING AND ABETTING,
in violation of trade-mark law,

balances of, for quartermaster's and com-

missary departinents prior to July
242

1, 1872, to be carried to surplus fund. 37
ALABAMA,

certain claims upon, for stores furnished
circuit courts for the northern, southern,

Army by loyal citizens, how disposed
and middle districts, establishing

of

37
terms of circuit and district courts in. 87, 88

accounting officers to examine claims under
Montgomery to be a port of delivery, with

certain exhausted ..

350
a deputy collector....

88

Secretary of Treasury not to report esti-
public lands in, to bo disposed of at public

mates for reappropriations, repcaling
sale

*219
former provisions

-- [48], 350
ALASKA,

for clerks in Post-Office Department not to
oath of customs officers ; before whom

be paid from those made for other
may be taken...

317
purposes

156
two assistant agents of seal fisheries in,

estimates for, to be made by October 1, and
discontinued....

234

certain abstracts to be included in
salaries and expenses of, in...

158
Book of Estimates

156
designation of months for taking seal,

subsistence stores for sale to Army officers
and the number which may be taken

may be purchased from subsistence
from islands of Saint Paul and Saint

appropriations and proceeds of sale
George.

.. note.. 11
not covered into Treasury.

166
ALCOHOL,

for Indian supplies, to be so distributed as
in bond may be withdrawn for scientific

to prevent deticiencies...

169
purposes without payment of tax, by

not to be exceeded in any year.

169
certain institutions though not incor-

items of expenditure of, to be laid before
porated...

317
Congress annually

169
for manufacture of perfumery, &c., in ware-

how estimates are to be presented

246
house for export may be withdrawn

permanent, for payment of interest on In-
from distillery warehouse without

dian trust funds

513
payment of tax

....[449], 533 sums necessary for settlement of claims for
ALIENS,

vessels impressed into military serv-
immigration of convicts and women for

ice not to be carried to surplus fund.. 94
prostitution forbidden....

181 money for charitable purposes, to whose
vessels believed to contain obnoxious per-

credit placed; to be paid only on
sons to be inspected, &c

182
checks, &c..

93
of forbidden classes not to land, except, &c. 182 repeal of permanent, for salaries of South-
may be sent back...

182
ern Claims Commission..

381
who have declared intention to become cit-

for expenses of national loan..

47
izens, &c., may be licensed as engi-

uuexpended, after two years, to be covered
neers or pilots on steam vessels ..... 15

into Treasury, except, &c

48

how pun-

ished ......

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ARCHITECT OF CAPITOL,
under control of Speaker, to have charge of

engineers and ventilating and heat-
irg apparatus of House

.289, 378, 601
to have care of Capitol, and other duties.. 243
ARIZONA,
veto power of
governor..

*139
bills passed by legislature to be approved

by governor or passed by two-thirds
vote on reconsideration ..

230
timber may be cut from mineral lands in,
for domestic purposes

327
lands at Forts Yuma and Whipple and
Camp Date Creek to be sold

91
part of lands of Fort Yuma to be patented
to towu of Yuma...

125
desert lands in, may be reclaimed and pur-
chased by citizens....

289, 290
lands in Santa Cruz Valley occupied by

citizens of Mexican birth to be re-
leased to them ..

126
unoccupied for twenty years, to be sold. 127
lands granted to, for university purposes..

593
ARKANSAS,
boundary between State and Indian coun-
try established..

180
judicial districts in..

*262
terms of courts.

*263
district courts in, to have circuit court
jurisdiction, &c...

*263
provisions relating to Hot Springs (see Hot

Springs) .. ....290, 293, 391, 392, 567,568
odd sections of lands granted in aid of rail-

ways in, open to settlers to extent of
160 acres each...

499
settlers heretofore restricted to 80 acres
may have 80 in addition,

499
without fees, &c.....

499
residence, &c., how reckoned .. 499,500
lands of Fort Wayne military reservation
in, made subject to entry, &c

402
public lands in, to be disposed of at public
sale

*219
ARMORIES,
money not to be expended at, to perfect pat-

entable inventions by Army officers. 171
clerks of Springfield armory; their sal-
aries....

116
ARMS,
to be issued to Territories and border States. 253,

322, 386, 389
ammunition to be issued with, to Territories
and border States ...

302
may be furnished to departments for pro-
tection of public property...

464
ARMY,
President may make regulations for gov-
ernment of

....149, 255, 494
headquarters, wbere may be established.[362], 495
appointment of civilians as second lieuten-
ants restricted

346
of second lieutenants to fill vacancies 361
graduates of Military Academy to be ap-

pointed second lieutenants to fill va-
cancies only, or discharged after July
1, 1882.

346
cadets at large for Military Academy, not

more than ten a year to be appointed. 346
Adjutant-General's Department; of what
officers to consist.

182
Inspector-General to rank as brigadier-gen-
eral

391
Inspector-General's Department; of what
officers to consist..

100
acting inspectors-general to have allowance
of cavalry officers ...

101

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ARMY_Continued.
inspector-generals reduced to five...

101
Judge-Advocate-General; rank and pay 101
judge-advocates reduced to four ..

101
assistant commissaries-general, to be threc;
commissaries, twelve..

101
Medical Department of; Surgeon-General
and other officers

101
their rank and pay

101
vacancies in office of assistant surgeon;
how filled..

101
hospital stewards

101
contract surgeons; reduction of number
of; [101) suspended....

121
grades not authorized abolished

102
Ordnance Department, officers of; their
rank and pay, &c...

101
examinations for appointment and pro-
motions in....

101
officers now in service not reduced in
rank..

102
grades not authorized abolished

102
Chief of Ordnance may enlist what men.. *267

to detail enlisted men to corps, &c... *267
officers of Ordnance Department, and those

intrusted with stores, &c., to make
returns to chief

*267
Chief of Ordnance to make rules, &c... *267
vacancies in Ordnance and Medical De-

partments not to be filled until num-
ber reduced, &c ...

102
Quartermaster's Department; of what offi-
cers to cousist...

151
military storekeeper abolished.

151
promotions and appointment in

151
officers of, to render accounts quar-
terly

*267
Quartermaster-General not liable for

money in hands of subordinates..... * 267
Paymaster-General to rank as brigadier-
general.

231
paymasters; number of, with rank of
major, to be fifty.....

150
need not be selected from additional pay-

masters as before reqnired.. .150, 198
surgeons to cavalry regiments

*266
ordnance, not post ordnance, sergeants in. *266
persons not to bo enlisted in, who have
committed felony

*266
inspectors-general reduced to four

*266
in purchase of property for barracks, build-

ings, &c., title deeds to be furnished
to Attorney-General, &o....

*267
forage and wagon masters; pay, &c

*.267
number of assistant surgeons in

214
medical storekeeper abolished; new grades
of surgeons established....

214
limitation of number of contract surgeons
in, suspended ...

121
one thousand Indian scouts and appro-

priate number of coinmanding offi-
cers to be employed

240
to receive pay for use of horses..

240
engineers; laws for promotion of, above
rank of colonel restored....

498
officers of, not exceeding thirty, may be de-
tailed as professors of colleges

*220
ono judge-advocate may be assigned as
professor at...

27
any officer of, may be assigned by Secre-

tary of War as professor of law at
tbo Military Academy.

535
military band; of what to consist, pay, &c. 167
officers to be detailed for duty relating to
Indian education...

495
Lieutenant-General to have $100 a month

for commutation of quarters. ....[363], 596

232

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ARMY-Continued.

ARMY-Continued.
officers of, have mileage in certain cases

forage in kind may be furnished for horses
at eight cents a mile.

232

owned or kept by officers, &c.... 362
post traders to be appointed, one at each

quarters in kind may be furnished..

303
post

232 where may be commuted, and at what
on recommendation of council of adminis-

rate

.363, 494, 596
tration, &c

promotions in, to cease until July 1, 1879.. 363
officers on duty west of Omaha to have cer-

not to be used as a possc comitatus, except
tain leaves of absence without deduc-

as expressly authorized by Constitu-
tion of pay.

21
tion and laws

363
provision extended to other officers in

punishment for violation

303
discretion of Secretary of War.. 233 money appropriated for, not to be used to
repeal of law suspending promotion in staff

keep soldiers as police force at polls. 495

286 Secretary of War to make frequent in-
officers mustered out under act of 1870 as

quiry into accounts of disbursing of.
supernumeraries and reappointed to

ficers of..
refund one year's pay

192 in settling accounts of commanding officers
officers retired before March 3, 1878, for

of companies, affidavit by officers of
disability from wounds in action;

loss to be received.....

266
rank of, on retired list.

194 contractors for supplies to render accounts. *275
to be continued, altbough they accept

proceeds of sale of supplies to officers, &c.,
office in diplomatic or consular serv-

not to be covered into Treasury, and
ice:..

195
how disposed of.....

*274
to consist of not more than 25,000 men . 231, 248, 494 money not to be expended at armories to
Signal Service force to have not more than

perfect inventions by officers..

171
450 enlisted men

.361, 494

subsistence stores for sale to officers may be
enlisted for, of what to consist.

382

purchased from subsistence appropri-
not to receive extr: pay unless directed

ations, and proceeds not to be covered
by Secretary of War

383
into Treasury

166
cavalry regiments may have a thousand

ten per cent. to be added to cost of stores
231

sold to officers and men, except sub-
to be employed in defense of Texas front-

sistence supplies to companies, hos-
ier....

231
pitals, &c...

.494,524, 596
detail of company cooks in, abolished... 402 in issues of forage, no discriminations to be
Secretary of War may detail twenty en-

made against officers east of Missis-
listed men for Surgeon-General's Of-

sippi River.

596
fice

380 quartermaster and commissary to be de-
and ten for office of Chief of Ordnance 380

tailed for Military Academy, and to
supervision of cooking in.

*267
furnish supplies at cost.

235
Quartermaster-General not liable for money

officers of, prohibited from granting per-
in hands of subordinates

*267

mits to Indians to go into Texas,
promotion of lieutenants of Engineer Corps. *267 under penalty of dismissal....

525
clothing issued to regiments may be altered

record of regimental, garrison, and field of-
to fit; expenses, how paid....

*268

ficers' courts-martial, where to be filed
return of clothing and camp equipage.

*268

and when may be destroyed...... 287
officers of, not to engage in civil service,

military prison to be at Fort Leavenworth,
&c., interfering with military duty. *268

Kans., instead of at Rock Island, Ili.. 24
retired officers to receive no

extra pay

ARREST,
when assigned to Soldiers' Home.... *268

persons not to be arrested in one district for
nor when detailed to serve as college pro-

trial in another.

173
fessors

*268

by order of courts of District of Columbia,
commutation of forage, mounted officers to

may be made....

85
receive pay of cavalry officers

*268

ARSENAL,
mounted officers to receive pay of cavalry

at Pikesville, and grounds may be sold or
officers

*268
donated to Maryland...

460
pay of artificers and wagoners.

*268

ARTICLES OF WAR,
of principal assistant in Ordnance Bu-

*269
Art. 26, punishment for challenges.

*268
of enlisted men

*268
38, soldiers not to be sentenced to be

*139
of discharged soldiers..

*268
branded, &c....

*139

82, amended
of instructors of engineering

*268
travel pay of discharged officers.. *268 ARTIFICIAL LIMBS,
punishment for challenges by officers and

soldiers and sailors maimed to have, once
soldiers

*269
in five years

247
Register; how to specify lineal rank of offi-

to have transportation furnished to ob-

361
cers, and military service.

248

tain same...
non-commissioned officers, how promoted.. 361 not subject to provisions of former act. 248
board of examiners, recommendation for

to be supplied to what officers.

*278
promotion in staff corps...

362
commutation for .

*278
women not to accompany troops as laun-

transportation to obtain..

*278
dresses, except, &c..

362 ASSAY OFFICE,
in computing service for longevity pay,

established at Helena, Mont

23
time of service of volunteers, &c., to

established at Saint Louis, Mo..

590
be included ....

362

refining bullion to be carried on at New
retired list limited to 400

362
York office

379
allowance of fuel to officers prohibited, but

assayers may be authorized to receive de-
fuel may be sold to them at cost 372

posits of gold and issue certificates.. 339

reau ....

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ASSESSMENT AND COLLECTION

(See Internal Revenue),
annual returns of persons liable to tax .. 426

when may be made by deputy collector.. 427
in case of absence of persons deputy col-
lector to leave notice, &o..

427
proceedings in case of neglect to make

returns, or making false returns ... 427
collector may examine persons and papers. 427
taxes to be lien on all property of persons
assessed

427
procedure for seizure and sale of real es-
tate for taxes.

428
purchasers for United States..

428
deeds, certificates, records, &c...

428
taxes on distilled spirits accidentally de-

stroyed not to be remitted when fully
insured

429
ASSIGNEES,
of contracts not to maintain suits in circuit

or district courts unless the original
parties could have maintained suits
thereon, except, &c......

174
in bankruptcy (see Bankruptcy).......69, 75, 76
ASSIGNMENTS,
subletting of mail contracts prohibited with-

out consent of Postmaster-General... 324
ASSISTANT COMMISSARIES - GEN-

ERAL (Army),
to be three only

101
their rank and pay

101
ASSISTANT MEDICAL PURVEYORS

(Army),
number, rank, pay, and duties....

101
to give bond....

101
may be assigned to act as surgeons.

101
ASSISTANT SECRETARIES,
Third Assistant Secretary of State, appoint-

ment and salary of; Secretary of State
may prescribe duties of...

44
ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENTS,
of railway mail service, their number and
compensation

358
ASSISTANT SURGEON- GENERAL

(Army),
rank and pay of.....

101
ASSISTANT SURGEONS (Army),
number, rank, and pay of

101
vacancies in office of, how filled

101
ASSISTANT TREASURER,
at Charleston, S. C., abolished ...

244
ATTORNEY GENERAL,
to institute suits against Pacific railroad

companies for percentage due United
States on net earnings....

90
in cases involving questions affecting cus-

toms duties in inferior courts, to take
appeal on request of Secretary of
Treasury..

173
to defend suits against District of Columbia
in Court of Claims..

...563, 564
opinion of, to be had on title to property

purchased for public buildings, be-
fore any money expended...

*267
to supervise and direct defense of actions

against officers of either House of
Congress for official acts

165
may designate penitentiaries for convicts in
United States courts...

228
may direct confinement of convicts in jail

when transportation would exceed
maintenance.

228
may change place of imprisonment. 226
to determine amount of penalty of bonds
of clerks of courts..

146

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ATTORNEY-GENERAL-Continued.
may require increased bonds of clerks of
court

146
may obtain mandamus from circuit courts

to compel clerks, marshals, and dis-
trict attorneys to make returns and
perform other duties ....

146
on application to Secretary of Interior, may

have insane convicts transferred to
hospital; may contract with State

asylums for care of insane convicts.. 104
duties of, in relation to refund of tonnage

dues exacted contrary to treaty stip-
ulations

371
to be notified, &c., of taking testimony in

private claims cases pending before
Congress..

406
account of district attorney for District of
Columbia to be returned to..

303
to report contingent expenses annually to
Congress in detail.

47
to include in his report statement of pay.

ments, &c., from funds subject to his
requisition..

198
ATTORNEYS,
in pension cases uot to be paid more than
$10 in each case...

386
fee contracts not to be filed.

386
fees of, not to be deducted and paid by
pension agents

386
penalty on, for demanding illegal fees.. 602
certain persons prohibited from being, in
bankruptcy cases..

75
of United States for Utah Territory to at-

tend all courts, act as prosecuting
officer, appoint assistants, &c.

106
in Utah, prosenting officers may be elected
in each county

106
act of Territory relating to, disapproved. 109
fees of...

. 106, 109
salary of district attorney limited
AUDITORS,
salaries of, and of officers and clerks in their
offices

. 161, 164
deputies to perform duties of chief
clerks

164
Second, to be furnished with contracts
for Indian supplies...

169
Third, duties of, in relation to the examina-

tion of claims for stores furnished

Army by loyal citizens.....37, *137, 316, 121
to certify to Secretary of Treasury sums

necessary for settlement of claims for
vessels impressed into military sery-
ice

94
Fourth, duties of, in relation to accounts

of appropriations for naval service.. 368
Sixth, to notify Postmaster-General of de-

ficiencies in postmasters' accounts... 408
to notify sureties of postmasters when de-

ficiencies in accounts are discovered. 408
how to keep post-office accounts.... 154
in case of lawful sublettings of mail

contracts, copy of contract to be filed
with, and notice given to .....

324
to report annually to Co:ress, and what
report to show

224
to report to Postmaster-General when

c'mpensation of postmasters of fourth
class amounts to $1,000...

226, 359
AUDITOR OF RAILROAD ACCOUNTS,
to be appointed, and office made bureau of
Interior Department....

369
to be styled Commissioner of Railroads ... 602
his duties, salary, powers, clerks, and as-
sistants..

370

109

sues

thereon...

75

75

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B.

BANKRUPTCY-Continued.
BAND,

debtor may have jury to try certain is-
military, of what to consist, pay of, &c... 167, 294

72
BAIL,

bankrupt to submit valuation of prop-
may be taken by courts in District of Co-

erty

73
lumbia

85 in Territories, district courts to have juris-
BANKS (See National Banks; Savings-

diction in, instead of supreme courts. 73
Banks),
composition, on resolution of creditors

73
tax not to be assessed on, when closing

computation of majority for purpose of..
business on account of insolvency .. - 449 debtor to be present at meetings, answer
certain deposits in savings-banks pot to be

inquiries, &c

73
assessed

...41, 86, 449 resolution and debtors' statement to be
savings-banks exempt from certain other

presented to court, and proceedings
taxation
449

74
BANKRUPTCY,

creditors may change provisions of

74
law repealed, to take effect September 1,

upon whom binding...

74
1878

335 how debtor to describe debt where holders
pending cases not affected.

335
are unknown...

74
voluntary assignments under State laws

debtor may correct mistakes in statement. 74
for benefit of all creditors not to bar

to provide for pro rata payment, &c..... 74
discharge
232 how enforced

74
when bankrupt may apply for discharge .. 233 rules in relation to, may be made by court. 74
receiver or assignee may be authorized to

may be set aside or confirmed by court.. 74
carry on business not exceeding nine

fees reduced one-half until Supreme Court
months

68

makes new rules
legal and equitable debts not exceeding

Supreme Court to simplify and consoli-
$500 may, by direction of court, be

date, of officers, &c.

75
collected in State courts...

68

who are probibited from being counsel in
circuit and district courts have concur-

bankruptcy cases, &c
rent jurisdiction of all actions by
reports to be made by marshal.

75
assignees
69 by register..

75
sales by assignees to be at auction, unless,

by assignee

76
&c
69 by clerk of court

76
notice, how given..
69 of cases begun

76
supervisory powers of courts over.

69
statement of fees..

76
of real estate may be made in part for

to be signed and sworn to

76
cash and in art on credit

69 to be transmitted to Attorney-General 76
assignee to keep accounts.

69 penalties for violation of provisions of act. 76
penalty for neglect, fraud, and for con-

notaries public may take proof of debts ... 76
spiring with

69 BEER (See Brewers; Malt Liquors),
to report condition of estate once in three

tax on, not to be assessed on quantity of
months

69
materials used, &c

210
to account for interest, &c.

69 special-tax stamps for dealers on railroad
on settlement of account of, to file oath,

trains..

253
and may be examined, &c....

69 | BIDS,
notice of, and of issuing warrant, how

on account of Indian service in amounts
given....

70

exceeding $5,000 to be accompanied
set-off not allowed of claims purchased

with certified checks .

67
after bankruptcy, &c
70 disposition of such checks

67
proof of claim not waiver of right of action

for contracts for Indian service to be ac-
when discharge not granted ..

70
companied with check, &c

169
parties may be witnesses in all cases under

for carrying mail to be accompanied with
bankrupt law

70
bond and oath

99
discharge, how granted to involuntary

proceedings when bidder fails, &c., new
bankrupts .

provisions .

99
to voluntary bankrupts..

70 to be accompanied with certified checks...99, 100
in involuntary bankruptcy, preferences

proceedings on failure of bidders to make
within two years, &c., void..

contracts, &c.

...[99], 239
fraudulent transfers within three months BIENNIAL REGISTER,
before petition void...

number to be printed and how distributed.[3], 304
certain conveyances made to persons know-

BINDING,
ing they are in fraud of law void ... 70 what may be done at Government Printing
involuntary bankrupts may be adjudged

Office and how executed..

381
such for what causes

71 restrictions as to, not to apply to library of
on petition of creditors within six

Surgeon-General's Office...

397
months ...
71 nor to library of Patent Office..

420
proceedings on petition when allegation

may be done for members of Congress. 303
as to number, &c., of creditors is ad-
pay of binders..

263
mitted or denied

72 | BLACK BASS,
when number is insufficient..

72 not to be taken from Potomac River in Dis-
assignees may recover property frandu-

trict of Columbia except with hook
lently conveyed..

72
and line......

514
petition by creditors, how verified.

72 | BLIND
computation of, number of creditors to

pension to soldiers and sailors who become
be joined in....

72
totally

479
proceedings on return of order to show

permanent fund created to aid, through
cause

72

American Printing House for.. .465, 466

70

70

70

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