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419

penses of

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NATIONAL CEMETERIES-Continued.

NAVIGATION-Continued.
Antietam to be under care of Secretary of

sunken vessels obstructing, unless removed
War

286

by parties interested after notice.... 550
NATIONAL HOMES FOR DISABLED

to be sold after removal by Secretary
VOLUNTEERS,

of War and proceeds deposited in
not to have fines and forfeitures of soldiers

Treasury

550
as before.....

155 provisions relating to, extended to other
to draw no money except on annual appro-

wrecks

550
priation

156 bridge over Saint Mary's River, in Charleton
estimates and manner of drawing money

County, Georgia, declared to be head
for

156
of .

586
to be in detail, &c...

460 regulations respecting Nebraska City bridge,
accounts and vouchers to be rendered,

for security of...

223
audited, &c..

156 NAVY (See Navy Department; Secretary of
purchases for, to be made upon public

Navy),
tender, except, &c.

383 mileage at eight cents a mile allowed to
to be made after advertisement

460
officers...

218
expenditures for new buildings, &c.

460

expenses of officers traveling under orders
documents to be distributed to

591

not to be paid unless approved by
NATIONAL LOAN,

Secretary

124
Secretary of Treasury may at any time ap-

difference of pay given to certain officers
ply surplus money to purchase bonds. 604

dropped, &c., and afterwards re-
may purchase bonds for sinking fund.... 166

stored and promoted ....

126
in refunding, 4 per cent. bonds may be

officers in, promoted in course to have pay
exchanged, and refunding laws to

of grade from date of rank ...

83
apply to all 5-20 bonds.

396 dismissed and restored by finding of courts-
interest in exchange of ....

396

martial not to have more than six
certificates of deposit bearing interest may

months' back pay..

83
be issued convertible into 4 per cent.

precedence of rank of officers in ; limiting
bonds

provision of Revised Statutes..... 614
repeal of permanent appropriation for ex-

professors of mathematics in, to pass phys-
47

ical and professional examinations
NATIONAL SOLDIERS' AND SAIL-

before appointment

589
ORS' ORPHAN HOME,

in examinations for promotion in, matters
admissions to

66

decided at previous examinations not
to be discontinued.

382
to be inquired into

367
NATURALIZATION,

pension of lieutenant-commanders ..

367
laws to apply to free white persons and

otticers in, may be advanced for eminent
aliens...

*139
conduct in battle..

360
declaration of intention, &c., may be made

rank not to be changed except by advice
before clerks of certain courts

*200
of Senate, &c.

360
NAUTICAL ALMANAC,

cadet-midshipmen, namber and appoint-
to be printed at Government Printing Offico 573

ment of (see Naral Academy).

360
how distributed and sold.
573 pay of, while at sea.

294
NAUTICAL SCHOOLS,

commodores who were citizens of States in
vessels, &c., of Navy may be furnished

rebellion and adhered to Union, &c.,
States for schools at New York, Bog-

may be promoted to rear-admirals on
ton, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Nor-

retired list, &c....

*248
folk, and San Francisco

56 assistant in Bureau of Medicine and Sur-
and at Wilmington, Charleston, Savan-

gery to receive highest shore pay of
nah, Mobile, New Orleans, Baton

his grade..

*269
Rouge, Galveston, and Narragansett

grades of the staff corps of, to be filled by
Bay

609

appointment, according to seniority. *269
to be restored discontinuance of

rank of assistant quartermaster.

*263
schools

pensions to engineers in, to be according to
not to be used as places of punishment..

relative rank.

298
officers of Navy may be detailed as in-

secretaries and clerks to Admiral, Vice-Ad-
structors at

miral, and commanders of vessels,
NAVAL ACADEMY,

&c., not to be appointed from civil
bazing at, how punished

92
life

317
board of visitors to, how appointed, &c. 410 how detailed from officers of Navy.. 318
mileage to be paid to....

410 division commanders of fleets or squadrons
cadet-engineers to be appointed..

83

and fleet captains allowed prize-
course of study

6
money.

30
cadet-nndshipmen, number and appoint-

line officers and passed assistant surgeons
ment of..

360

constituting volunteer navy to be ex-
pay of cadet-midshipmen when at sea..... 294

amined, and may be regularly ap-
NAVAL OFFICERS (Customs),

pointed or retired

413
compensation of..

.82, 271 if not found qualified, to be mustered
at Baltimore and New Orleans...

419
out

413
share of fees collected of masters of vessels. *277 may be placed on retired list in certain
form of bonds of..

*270
cases

413
additional pay of deputies at San Fran-

acting assistant surgeons no longer to be
cisco..

*270

appointed except in case of war.... 414
NAVIGATION(See Coasting Trade; Vessels),

title of first and second engineers changed
sunken vessels obstructing, to be removed

to assistant and passed assistant en-
by Secretary of War

550
gineers

5

OD

56

56

56

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NAVY-Continued.

ÑAVY-YARDS,
engineers in, may be detailed as professors

force at, not to be increased within sixty
in colleges, &c.....

420
days before clection....

219
cadet-engineers, not to exceed twenty-five, NAYATT POINT,
to be appointed annually by Secre-

site of old light stations at, to be withheld
tary of Navy.

83
from sale....

6
course of instruction of....

6 NEBRASKA,
officers of Marine Corps to be reduced to

district courts in, when to be held..... 263
seventy-five.....

219 circuit and district courts to be held at
appointment, rank, and pay of

Lincoln...

369
mandant of Marine Corps..

26 Nebraska City Bridge Company may con-
enlisted men in, not to exceed 8,250... [*219), 483

struct a ponton bri

Mis-
apprentices to be preferred in appointment

souri River

222
of warrant officers
483 terms and conditions

.222, 223
boys between ages of 15 and 18 may be en-

Pawnee reservation in, to be sold..

202
listed....
484 provisions concerning....

202
between ages of 14 and 18 inay be enlisted

lands of Fort Kearney military reserva-
with consent of parents...

595

tion in, to be sold to actual settlers
enlistment of men for five years

484
under homestead laws....

230
of what persons prohibited

484 or under pre-emption laws in certain
penalty for enlisting prohibited persons.. 484

cases

230
petty officers and men to be sent home at

heirs of deceased settlers may complete
expiration of enlistment unless de-

entry

231
tained for public interest....

*190 lands of Otoe and Missouria and of Sac
persons enlisted out of United States, how

and Fox Indian reservations in, to be
discharged, &c.

*191
surveyed and sold....

-252, 600
persons sent home are subject to regulations,

act relating to Winnebago Indians in....587–589
&c

*191 | NEVADA,
how long may be detained and extra pay

terms of circuit court in..

.[38], 200
therefor

*191 Oregon Central Pacific Railway Company
shipping articles to contain above provis-

to have right of way over public
ions ...

*191
lands in..

127
machinists honorably discharged from, since

States may limit cost of transportation
November 20, 1879, to receive one-

over.

127
third of year's pay in lieu of other

lands granted to, in lieu of sixteenth and
extras

569
thirty-sixth sections ...

566
in ration for, desiccated tomatoes may be

act of legislature accepting same..

566
substituted for desiccated potatoes.. 523 desert lands in, may be reclaimed and pur-
trusses for seamen, marines, &c., when to

chased by citizens....

289, 290
be furnished
...450, 451 timber lands in, to be sold.

328
force at navy-yards not to be increased

provisions concerning..

328, 329
within sixty days of election, except,

timber may be cut on mineral lands for cer-
&c

219
taip domestic purposes

327
NAVY DEPARTMENT (See Navy; Secre- NEW HAMPSHIRE,
tary of Navy),

district and circuit courts to be held at Con-
requisition of Secretary for advances; how

cord instead of Exeter, and when .. 594
issued

368 NEW MEXICO,
use of appropriations for pay of; how

act of legislature of, incorporating the
limited.

368

Jesuit Fathers, disapproved and de-
advances ; how charged.

368
clared void....

406
settlements, &c., by Fourth Auditor... 368 desert lands in, may be reclaimed and pur-
tabular statement of receipts and expendi-

chased by citizens..

289, 290
tures of naval service to be laid be-

timber may be cut on mineral lands for ag.
fore Congress annually ...

368
ricultural, building, &c., purposes..

127
with account of balances, losses, &o.... 368 NEWSPAPERS (See Advertisements),
Book of Estimates; how to be made up. 594 laws not to be published in ..... 44,95, * 137
charts furnished to persons not in public

in District of Columbia, only one to be
service to be paid for at cost..

410

designated by Secretary of State in
value of issues of swall stores to be credited

which to publish proclamations and
to “small-stores fund," &c....

410
treaties ...

234
board of visitors to Naval Academy; how

in what, and at what rates, advertisements
appointed, paid, &c....

410

of departments to be published..... 589
Secretary may, at request of National Board

advertisements for public contracts not to
of Health, place vessels at disposal of

be published in, unless service to be
quarantine authorities ....

502
performed there....

234
materials for steam boilers for, may be

proclamation of sale of public land to be
purchased without advertising... 389

published in only one...

258
notice to be given to principal dealers. .. 389 publishing advertisements of Post-Office
subject to test and inspection...

389
Department....

323
useless ordnance material; how disposed of. 159 rates for all advertisements

382
cotton cordage may be introduced into

publication of notices of contests under
service of, to test its value.....

544

homestead, pre-emption, and tree-
tobacco for Navy; how to be purchased... 613

culture laws...

3:30
contractors for supplies to render accounts. *275 may be sent free to subscribers in counties
office of Naval Solicitor abolished..

381
where printed ....

96
Judge-Advocate-General to be appointed.. 537 postage on, when sent to publishers and
his duties and his office..

538
agents...

96

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NEWSPAPERS-Continued.

NOTES-Conticued.
rates of postago on.......

....226, 456 of United States and of banks may be de-
what may be written or printed on, and on

stroyed at Treasury by maceration
third-class matter....

... 227, 457
instead of burning

39
NEW YORK,

to be printed on distinctive paper 157
boundary line between that State and Con-

of national banks to be printed on dis-
necticut established...

596
tinctive paper....

157
cession of part of town of Fair Haven, Vt.,

charter number to be printed on

59
to, assented to by Congress....

515 to be redeemed on presentation at United
Patchogue, Long Island, to be a port of de-

States Treasury

59
livery.

125 provisions concerning redemption, &c.,
surveyor to be appointed, who may enroll

of ....

59
vessels, &c...

125 not to be redeemed elsewhere except at
surveyors to be appointed at the ports of

banks' own counters...

59
Cold Spring and Port Jefferson, who

how withdrawn from circulation and
shall reside at their respective ports. *270

bonds deposited therefor taken up 59
part of Hudson County, New Jersey, to be

equalization, recall, &c., and redistribu-
in the collection district of the port

tion of circulation of..60, superseded 123
of

421 reserve not to be kept by banks on ac-
provision authorizing Seneca Nation of In-

count of

58
dians to lease their lands in the Cat-

of national banks, aggregate of, not lim-
taraugus and Allegany reservations. 143, 144

ited

123
leases ratitied

143 of gold-note banks, repeal of limit of
rents, how recovered.

144
amount

124
jurisdiction of courts as to recovery of

NUISANCES,
rent and real estate

144 ordinances in District of Columbia in rela-
laws of the Stato as to highways, &c.,

tion to..

575
extended to certain Indian villages.. 144 legalized..

574
immediate-transportation act to apply to
certain ports in

545

0.
Geneseo added to list of ports to which
act applies.

202 OATHS (See Affidavits),
NIAGARA RIVER,

may be administered to officers of Senate,
bridge across, declared a lawful structuro

witnesses, &c., by presiding officer,
and a post-route

112
Secretary, and Chief Clerk..

204
NITRO-BENZOLE, OIL OF, or mirbane,

may be administered by internal revenue
duty on..

129
oflicers in certain cases

425
NORTH CAROLINA,

of Territorial officers appointed by the
circuit and district courts to be held at

President to be taken in the Terri-
Charlotte

373
tories....

206
marshal for district of; his appointment

of pre-emption and homestead claimants,
and salary

85

before whom may be taken, &c..... 542
NOTARIES PUBLIC,

of importer, consignee, or agent on entry
may take testimony in controversies relat-

of separate packages of importation. 207
ing to Indian trust lands in Kansas.. 111 to be taken by Postmaster General and all
may take proof of debts in bankruptcy

persons in postal service....

7
proceedings
76

,
beforo whom may be taken

7
may administer oaths to national-bank of-

of subordinate custom officers, before whom
ficers making report...

597
taken

131
of States may tako dopositions, acknowl-

to be transmitted to Commissioner of
edgments, and allidavits to be used

Customs

131
in United States courts.....

251 of customs officers in Alaska, before whom
in District of Columbia to be appointed by

may be taken....

317
President..

337 | OBSCENE,
term of office of

337 books, papers, &c., not mailable.... *229, 456, 457
in Utah Territory to be appointed by gov-

punishment for violation of prohibition... *229

109 OFF-SET,
NOTES,

of sums due United States against claims,
tax of 10 per cent. on those used for circu-

judgments, &c...

185
lation except national-bank notes... 133 OHIO,
returns required therefor....

133 circuit and district courts, when to be held
of mining, &c., companies, used for circu-

at Toledo

338
lation prior to November, 1873, tax

northern judicial district divided into east-
on, may be remitted ...

194

ern and western divisions ..
tax on, to apply to evidences of indebted-

with no additional clerk or marshal.... 338
ness

194. suits, in which division to be brought .. 338
of United States to have three plato

issues of fact and offenses, where to be
printings; one dono by bank-note

tried ...

338
companies and others at Treasury.. 157 jurors, their residence, &c...

338
limit of issue of ...

.59, 123, 326 processes may be executed in either divis-
nono to be retired after May 31, 1878... 326

ion ...

339
to be redeemed in coin after January 1,

judicial districts, counties transferred
1879 ...

124
from northern to sonthern .....

508
received in exchange for fractional cur-

term of circuit court at Columbus.... 508
rency to be kept as a special fund

southern district divided into eastern
[254], superseded and notes to be is-

and western

509
sned
493 no additional clerk or marshal....

509

ernor

338

over

382

101

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OHIO—Continued.

OREGON-Continued.
judicial districts; southern district, in

title to block fourteen, Baker City, con-
which divisions suits and prosecu-

firmed to Baker County...

541
tions to be instituted ....

509

patents for lands in, granted for construc-
actions pending in Cincinnati may be re-

tion of wagon roads to issue when
moved..

509
roads are completed...

41
residence of jurors..

509 Oregon Central Pacific Railway Company
processes from either division may be

to have right of way over public
served in the other ...

509
lands in..

127
in which division cases removed from

States may limit cost of transportation
State courts to be entered
509

127
Portsmouth added to collection district of ORPHANS' HOME,
New Orleans as a port of delivery. 560

in Washington, provisions for admission to. 66
act ceding to, certain lands in Virginia

discontinued...
district defined as not including sur-

OSAGE INDIAN TRUST LANDS,
veyed lands, &c

..526, 527

settlers on, allowed till June 23, 1875, to
surveys returned to land office before

maké proof and payment.

116
March 3, 1857, declared valid

527
bona fide settlers on, may purchase

236
officers and soldiers of Virginia line to have

laws in relation to town sites applicable to. 237
three years to perfect title ....

527
rights of Kansas to tax.

237
grant to Ohio Agricultural College not in-

railways have rights to purchase certain
terfered with

527
lands

238
OHIO RIVER,

settlers on, allowed further time to make
jurisdiction of Light-House Board extended

528

proof, pay, &c.
over

94
OLD MATERIAL,

in case of default in payment, land for-
feited and to be sold

528
useless ordnance material of Navy, how dis-

remaining lands subject to disposal to set-
posed of..

159

tlers...
in Army

.528, 614
90
in life-saving service ...

proceedings in case of default in payment

.63, 364
ORDNANCE,

528
for ninety days....

529
unserviceable, in Army may be sold.

when lands subject to taxation
· 90
fees of register and receiver

529
in Navy, how may be disposed of
159

529
ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT (Army),

Secretary of Interior to make rules...
town site laws not interfered with

529
officers of, their rank and pay...
101

529
vacancies in grade of first lieutenant in, to

payment to be made before day of sale.
interest on purchase money.

529
be filled by transfer from the line...

570
examinations for appointment and promo-

act to carry into effect treaty relating to ..
tion in....

101
vacancies in, not to be filled until number

P.
reduced....

102
ordnance sergeants not to be post ser

PACIFIC RAILROADS (See Railroads),
geants.

*266 required to use roads and telegraphs as
chief of, may enlist what men

*266

continuous line, and to allow equal
to detail enlisted men to corps..

* 266

advantages, &c., to each road... 48
officers of, intrusted with stores, &c., to

action for damages for non-compliance.. 49
make returns...

*267 Denver Pacific Road to be part of Kansas
Chief of, to make rules..

*267
Road.

49
clerks in office of...

46

act in relation to accounts and settlements
pay of principal assistant in...

*268
of, with United States....

318
ten enlisted men may be em ed in office

net earnings, how to be ascertained.. 320
of Chief of.

380 compensation due from government to be
ORDINANCES OF DISTRICT OF CO-

retained; how applied..

320
LUMBIA,
sinking fund of'.

320
legalized...

574
credits to, and payments into...

320
nuisances.
575 remission of payments into

320
domestic animals.

577

no dividends to be paid in case of de-
unwholesome food..

578
fault...

321
inspection of streets, food, live stock, and

liabilities to repay dividends illegally
marino products.

578
made

321
drain pipes, urinals, &c
579 application of

321
small-pox

580 priorities in application of liabilities of
vital statistics..

581

United States a lien on property of
OREGON,

companies

322
terms of circuit court in....

[38], 200 not prevented from disposal of property in
life-saving station on coast of..

61
ordinary manner..

322
Dallos land district in, established, and reg-

forfeiture of franchise on failure to comply
ister and receiver to be appointed... 122

with act

322
claims on account of settlements on land

act subject to alteration; existing remedies
included in certain military reserva-

not affected ......

322
tions made valid and patents to issue. 283

settlements of accounts of, in Treasury De-
timber lands in, to be sold..

328
partment ...

465
provisions concerning

.328, 329 | PARK,
lands of Fort Dalles reservation to be sold,

on island of Mackinac in Michigan.... 196
&c

300 hot springs, and certain land around, in l'n-
desert lands in, may be reclaimed and pur-

compahgre Park in Colorado, re-
chased by citizens..

289, 290
served for public enjoyment

556

ished ...

Page.

Page.
PARTITION,

PENALTIES-Continued.
of lands in District of Columbia.

247 ou employés of United States becoming in-
court may decree sale ; division of pro-

terested in Indian contracts....

67
ceeds

247 on rectifiers, liquor dealers, &c., carrying on
in caso of sale, how payments may be

breweries without license..

132
made

247 for affixing imitation stamps on packages
PARTNERSHIPS,

of liquor.

132
bonds for payment of customs duties may be

for fraudulently claiming drawbacks on
executed by one member in name of

manufactured tobacco....

132
firm

214 laws imposing penalties on internal-reve-
special tax on sale of distilled spirits by

nue officers, to whom to apply ... 134
retiring partner to, not to be as-

for violations of provisions of bankrupt law
sessed..

430

relating to reports by marshals, as-
PASSENGERS,

signees, registers, and clerks....

76
arriving from foreign places, lists of, to be

for refusing to transmit certain public dis-
sent to Secretary of Treasury by col-

patches by companies ; how recov-
lectors of customs

20
ered...

*278
PASSPORT,

PENITENTIARIES,
fee to be collected for issue of ....

44 designation of, by Attorney-General, for
to colored citizens going to Brazil for cer-

convicts in United States courts 228
tain purposes to be issued free of

in Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming, control
charge..

316

of, transferred to marshals of United
PATENT OFFICE AND PATENTS,

States.

49,50
grade of third assistant examiner abol-

PENNSYLVANIA,
156 jurors in ; how drawn

497
volumes of drawings, &c., published by, to

special provisions as to, repealed... 497
be furnished departments..

166 three customs gaugers at port of Philadel-
classified abridgments of letters patent,

phia

185
how printed and distributed... 613 PENSION AGENTS,
to be sold at cost.

614 in case of vacancy in office of, during session
restrictions as to binding not to apply to

of Senate, President may designate
library of

420

officer to perform duties temporarily. 308
what prints or labels may be recorded in,&c. 41 fee of, for preparing vouchers and adminis-
in patent cases, circuit court may submit

tering oaths to bo twenty-five instead
questions of law to jury.

136
of thirty cents

52
PAYMÁSTER-GENERAL (Army),

compensation of, established

.347, 348
to rank as brigadier-general..
231 previous to January 25, 1879

467
clerks in office of..

46 not to dednct and pay fees of attorneys and
PAYMASTERS (Army),

agents

386
number of, with rank of major to be fifty.150, 198 PENSIONS,
need not be selected from additional pay-

Commissioner to report annual additions
masters..

150
and reductions.

250
PAY OF ARMY (See Army),

compensation for clerks detailed to investi-
of inspectors-general to be that of their

gate pension frauds....

157
grades
100 fees of examining surgeons

347, 397
aeting inspectors-general to have allowance

biennial examination of pensioners abol-
of cavalry officers...

101
ished

493
of judge-advocates-general

101 special examinations continued, but pen-
of officers of Medical Department

101

sioners to have notice before reduc-.
of Ordnance Department..

101
tion of pension..

493
of artificers, enlisted men, &c....

*268 attorneys and agents not to receive more
in computing service for longevity pay,

than $10 fee in each case and fee con-
time of services as volunteers, &c,

tracts not to be filed ..

386
to be included

362 fees of, not to be deducted and paid to, by
allowance for fuel, forage, &c *286, 362, 363

pension agent...

386
Lieutenant-General to have $100 a month

penalty on agents and attorneys for demand-
for commutation of quarters. [363], 596

ing illegal fees

602
PAY OF NAVY,

of lieutenant-commanders in Navy.

367
pay of commandant of Marine Corps... 27 soldiers, &c., of war of 1812 to be placed
officers promoted in course to have pay of

on rolls

309
grade from date of rank...

83
persons excluded.

309
dismissed and restored by finding of courts-

widows

309
martial not to have more than six

rolls may be corrected.

309
months' back pay

83 certificate of discharge, record, and grant
difference of pay given to certain officers

of land warrants, how far evidence,
dropped and afterwards restored and

&c

309
promoted

126 three months' extra pay to officers and sol-
PEDDLERS,

diers of Mexican war..

414
of tobacco to obtain certificate of collector. 443 pensioners under special acts to have bene-
forfeitures and penalties for neglect and

fit of special laws without reduction
violation of law...

444
of pensions

27
PENALTIES (See Fines, Penalties, and For-

allowed prior to July 25, 1866, not to be
feitures),

reduced, and those which have been
liability of officers for abating, not to ap-

reduced to be restored.

542
ply to judges and district attorneys in

certain pensioners who lost their, by being
discontinuing proceedings to obtain

in the civil service to have same
testimony of accomplices..

421

125
restored

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