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Bonds, six per cent., authorized. An act supplementary to an act entitled “An act

to authorize a national loan, and for other purposes.” (Act of August 5, 1861.).........

--Ten million demand notes authorized. An act to authorize an additional issue of

United States votes. (Act of February 12, 1862.) ......................... One hundred and fifty million Treasury notes authorized. An act to authorize the

issue of United States notes and for the redemption or funding thereof, and for funding the floating debt of the United States. (Act of February 25, 1862.).........

...--. Certificate of indebtedness authorized. An act to authorize the Secretary of the

Treasury to issue certificate of indebtedness to public creditors. (Act March

1, 1862.) ......... Bonds, purchase of coin with. An act to authorize the purchase of coin, and for

other purposes. (Act of March 17, 1862.).. One hundred and fifty million Treasury notes authorized. An act to authorize an ad

ditional issue of United States notes, and for other purposes. (Act of July

11, 1862.) ........................................ Notes, United States, postage-stamps exchangeable for. An act to authorize pay

ments in stamps, and to prohibit circulation of notes of less denomination

than one dollar. (Act of July 17, 1862.) .... One hundred million United States notes authorized. [No. 9.] Joint resolution to

provide for the immediate payment of the Army and Navy of the United

States. (Act of January 17, 1863.)............
Nine hundred million loan authorized. An act to provide ways and means for the

support of the government. (Act of March 3, 1863.).
Two hundred million loan authorized. An act supplementary to an act entitled

“An act to provide ways and means for the support of the government,” ap

proved March 3, 1863. (Act of March 3, 1864.)............................ Public debt. Joint resolution to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to an

ticipate the payment of the interest on the public debt, and for other pur

poses. (Act of March 17, 1864.)........... Coinage, one and two cent (bronze) coin authorized. An act in amendment of an

act entitled “An act relating to foreign coins and the coinage of cents at tbe Mint of the United States," approved February 21, 1857. (Act of April

2. 1004.)................................................................

Four hundred million loan authorized. An act to provide ways and means for the

support of the government, and for other purposes. (Act of June 30, 1864.). Treasury holes in lieu of bonds authorized. An act to amend an act entitled “An

act to provide ways and means for the support of the government, and for

other purposes,” approved June 30, 1864. (Act of January 28, 1865.)....... Six hundred million loan authorized. An act to provide ways and means for the

support of the government. (Act of March 3, 1865.).... Coinage, three-cent (nickel) piece, authorized. An act to authorize the coinage of

three-cent pieces, and for other purposes. (Act of March 3, 1865.) .......... Treasury notes, retiring, authorized. An act to amend an act entitled “ An act to

provide ways and means to support the government,” approved March 3,

1865. (Act of April 12, 1866.)... Coinage, five-cent (nickel) piece, authorized. An act to authorize the coinage of

five cent pieces. (Act of May 16, 1866.) .................................. Notes, compound-interest. An act to provide ways and means for the payment of

compound interest notes. (Act of March 2, 1867.). ......... Currency, reduction suspended. An act to suspend further reduction of the cur

rency. (Act of February 4, 1862.) .............. Twenty-five million temporary loan certificate, authorized. An act to provide for a

further issue of temporary-loan certificates for the purpose of redeeming and Tetiring the remainder of the outstanding compound-interest notes. (Act

of July 25, 1868.) ........ Public credit. An act to strengthen the public credit. (Act of March 18, 1869.). Massachusetts and Maine, refunding interest paid by. An act providing for refund

ing the mterest paid by the State of Massachusetts on money expended by

her ou account of the war of 1812-'15. (Act of July 8, 1870.) .............. Loan certificates, redemption of. An act to provide for the redemption of the three

per cent. temporary-loan certificates, and for an increase of national bank notes. (Act of July 12, 1870.).................

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Page. Fifteen hundred million loan authorized. An act to authorize the refunding of the

national debt. (Act of July 14, 1870.).................................... Five hundred million loan authorized. An act to amend an act entitled “An act to

authorize the refunding of the national debt. (Act of January 20, 1871.)... Bonds, duplicate of lost or destroyed. [No. 49.] Joint resolution to enable owners

to obtain duplicates of lost and destroyed registered bonds of the United

States. (Act of March 3, 1871.)..........
Coin, copper and other, redemption of. An act to provide for the redemption of

copper and other token coins. (Act of March 3, 1871.)..................... Bonds, registered five per centum. An act to carry out certain provisions of the

Cherokee treaty of eighteen hundred and sixty-six, and for the relief of set

tlers on the Cherokee lands in the State of Kansas. (Act of May 11, 1872.). Securities, United States. An act defining and limiting the appropriation of cer

tain moneys for the preparation, issue, and reissue of the securities of the

United States, and for other purposes. (Act of May 23, 1872.)......... Bonds, United States, destroyed or lost. An act to provide for the issue of bonds in

lieu of destroyed or defaced bonds of the United States. (Act of June 1,

1872.)................................................................... Coinage, mints and assay offices. An act revising and amending the laws relative

to mints, assay-offices, and coinage of the United States. (Act of February

12, 1873.) .....
Bonds, United States. An act making appropriations for the current and contin-

gent expenses of the Indian Department, &c., for the year ending June
thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-four, and for other purposes. (Act of
February 14, 1873.) .................................

107 Bonds, United States registered five per centum. An act for the creation of a court

for the adjudication and disposition of certain moneys received into the
Treasury under an award made by the tribunal of arbitration constituted by
virtue of the first article of the treaty concluded at Washington the eighth
of May, anno Domini eighteen hundred and seventy-one, between the United

States of America and the Queen of Great Britain. (Act of March 3, 1873.). 107 General duties of the Secretary of the Treasury. (R. S., sec. 248.).............. 108 Rules and regulations to be prescribed to officers receiving securities of the

United States. (R. S., sec. 251.).......................................... Deposits of gold coin and bullion to be received and to issue certificates therefor.

(R. S., sec. 254.).......................................................... 109 Secretary of the Treasury to make annual reports to Congress. (R. S., sec. 257.). 109 Duties and other debts to the United States, in what currency to be paid. (R. S., sec, 3473.)................................................................

109 Gold and silver coin of the standard of the United States receivable only in payment of dues to the United States. (R. S., sec. 3474.)........... ..........

110 National-bank notes receivable for debts of the United States, except. (R. S., sec. 3475.) .......

110 Treasury notes payable to any government creditor. (R. S., sec. 3476.)......... 110 Mints and assay-offices of the United States. (R. S., sec. 3495.)........

110 Officers of mints and how appointed. (R. S., sec. 3496.)....... Superintendents of certain mints to perform certain duties of Treasurer. (R. S., sec. 3497.). ......

110 Salaries of officers of mints. (R. S., sec. 3498.)............................

110 Salaries of assistants, clerks, and laborers in mints. (R. S., sec. 3499.)....... Oath of office and before whom it may be taken. (R. S., sec. 3300.) ........ 111 Bords of officers, assistants, and clerks of mints. (R. S., sec. 3501.)...

111 Who authorized to act in absence of Director or superintendent. (R. S., sec. 3502.)................................................

112 General duties of superintendents of mints. (R. S., sec. 3503.). Accounts, when and to whom rendered. (R. S., sec. 3504.).................... 112 Gold coins reduced in weight by abrasion, how received. (R. S., sec. 3505.).... 11: Duties of the superintendent in respect to coin and bullion. (R. S., sec. 3506.). 113 Duties of the assayer. (R. S., sec. 3507.) ....

113 Duties of the melters and refiners. (R. S., sec. 3508.).

113 Duties of the coiners. (R. S., sec. 3509.)..

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Duties of the engravers. (R. S., sec. 3510.).........
Gold coins of the United States and their standard weight. (R. S., sec. 3511.) ..
Recoinage of gold coins, when. (R. S., sec. 3512.) ...
Silver coins of the United States and their standard weight. (R. S., sec. 3513.).
Standard for gold and silver coins. (R. S., sec. 3514.).
Minor coins, their weight and value. (R. S., sec. 3515.) .....
What coins shall be issued. (R. S., sec. 3516.) .......
Inscriptions upon gold and silver coins. (R. S., sec. 3217.)
Gold and silver bars, how cast. (R. S., sec. 3518.).........
Deposits of gold bullion for coinage, when may be refused. (R. S., sec. 3519.)...
Silver bullion for coining and forming into bars. (R. S., sec. 3520.)............
When bullion is deposited, its weight and value to be ascertained. (R. S.

sec. 3521.)............................................................
Bullion must be assayed when deposited for coinage. (R. S., sec. 3522.)....
Assayer to report fineness of bullion assayed. (R. S, sec. 3523.).......
Bulion converted into coin, charges therefor. (R.S., sec. 3524.) ..............
Assayer to verify calculations of the value of deposits. (R. S., sec. 3525.)...
Superintendents to purchase silver bullion with the bullion fund. (R. S.,

sec. 3526.) ............
Silver coins paid out in exchange for gold coins. (R. S., sec. 3527.).
Purcbase of metal for minor coinage. (R. S., sec. 3528.)........
Minor coins delivered at cost of the mint. (R. S., sec. 3529.).
Transfer of bullion for formation into ingots. (R. S., sec. 3530.)...
Ingots to be assayed. (R. S., sec. 3531.)....
Ingots for the purpose of coinage to be delivered to the coiner. (R. S. sec. 3532.).
Standard of ingots used for coinage. (R. S., sec. 3533.)....
Melter and refiner to prepare bars for payment of deposits. (R. S., sec. 3534.)..
Deviations allowed in adjusting weights of gold coins. (R. S., sec. 3535.) ......
Deviations allowed in adjusting weights of silver coins. (R. S., sec. 3536.)......
Deviations allowed in adjusting weights of minor coins. (R. S., sec. 3537.)......
Superintendent to ascertain by trial the legal limits of standard weight. (R.

S., sec. 3538.) ......................................
Trial-pieces to be transmitted quarterly to Philadelphia mint. (R. S., sec. 3539.).
Disposition to be made of clippings. (R. S., sec. 3540.)..
Settlement of accounts to be made yearly. (R. S., sec. 3541.)........
Allowance for necessary wastage. (R.S., sec. 3542.).....
Superintendent to forward balance-sheet to Director of the Mint. (R. S., sec.

3543.)......................................................
Delivery of coin or bars to depositors, how made. (R. S., sec. 3544.).........
Depositors to receive payment in money wben value ascertained. (R. S., sec.

3545.)..................................................................
Unparted bullion may be exchanged for bars. (R. S., sec. 3546.)..
Assay commissioners to meet annually; their duty. (R. S., sec. 3547.)..........
Brass troy pound-weight at Philadelphia mint the standard. (R. S., sec. 3548.)..
Director to supply standard weights for tho mints. (R.S., sec. 3549.)..........
Obverse working-dies to be destroyed annually. (R. S., sec. 3550.).....
National medals may be struck at Philadelphia mint. (R. S., sec. 3551.)........
Money to be covered into the Treasury arising froin charges. (R. S., sec. 3552.).
United States assay-office at New York to manufacture bars only. (R. S., sec.

3553.)...............................................................
Officers at New York assay-office, how appointed. (R. S., sec. 3554.)....
Duties of officers at New York assay-office. (R. S., sec. 3555.) .........
Salaries of officers at New York assay-office. (R. S., sec. 3556.)........
Appointment aud salaries of assistants at New York assay-office. (R. S., sec.

3557.) ...................
Mint at Denver and assay-office, Boise City. (R. S., sec. 3558.)...........

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Page. Appointment of officers at Denver and Bo:se City. (R. S., sec. 3559.)....... 125 Duties of assayers at assay-offices. (R. S., sec. 3560.)..........

125 Bond and oath of office of assay-officers. (R. S., sec. 3561.)..

125 Laws relating to mints extended to assay-offices. (R. S., sec. 3562.).......

125 Money of account of the United States, how expressed. (R.S., sec. 3563.).. 125 Value of foreign coins, how ascertained. (R. S., sec. 3564.) ......

125 Value of the sovereign or pound sterling. (R. S., sec. 3565.) ........

126 Recoinage of foreign gold and silver coins. (R. S., sec. 3566.).. Spanish and Mexican coins, how received. (R. S., sec. 3567.) ........

126 Spanish and Mexican coins, how transmitted to the mint. (R. S., sec. 3568.).... 126 Metric system authorized. (R S., sec. 3569 ).........

126 Tables of weights and measures of metric system. (R. S., sec. 3570.) ........... 127 United States notes to be of denominations not less than one dollar. (R. S., sec. 3571.).......................................

128 Fractional currency not to exceed $50,000,000. (R. S., sec. 3572.)............. Fractional notes to be of denominations not less than ten cents. (R. S., sec. 3573.). Franctional notes, the form and redemption thereof. (R. S., sec. 3574.)...

128 Fractional notes, Secretary of the Treasury to provide for the issue thereof. (R. S., sec. 3575.)....................

128 Portraits of living persons placed upon United States securities prohibited.

(R. S., sec. 3576.)......... Notes to be engraved and printed in the Treasury. (R. S., sec. 3577.)..... Notes, United States, expenses of issuing. (R. S., sec. 3578.).......

129 Notes, United States, may be reissued, when. (R. S., sec. 3579.)...........

129 Notes, United States, mutilated, to be replaced. (R. S., sec. 3580.) ...

129 Notes, United States, mutilated, to be destroyed. (R. S., sec, 3581.)...

129 Currency, reduction thereof suspended. (R. S., sec. 3582.). .... Notes or obligations of less sum than one dollar prohibited (R. S., sec. 3583.)... Foreign coins not legal tender in payment of debts. (R. S., sec. 3584.) ......... Gold coins of the United States legal tender. (R. S., sec. 3585.) ................ Silver coins of the United States legal tender, for what amount. (R. S., sec. 3586.)......................

130 Minor coins of the United States legal tender, for what amount. (R. S., sec. 3587.).............................................

130 Notes, United States, legal tender, except. (R. S., sec. 3588.). .........

130 Demand notes legal tender, except. (R. S., sec. 3589.).

130 Treasury notes, interest-bearing, legal tender, except. (R. S., sec. 3590.)

130 Permanent annual appropriations. (R. S., sec. 3689.)....

130 Public debt, faith of the United States, how pledged. (R.S., sec. 3693.)..... 131 Coin paid for duties, how applied. (R. S., sec. 3694.)......

131 Bonds, United States, applied to sinking-fund to be canceled. (R.S., sec. 3695.). 132 Interest on bonds of sinking-fund, how applied. (R. S., sec. 3696.). ....

132 Five-twenty bonds, how redeemed. (R. S., sec. 3697.).............

132 Interest on the public debt, how paid. (R. S., sec. 3698.)..... Interest on the public debt may be anticipated. (R. S., sec. 3699.)..

132 Coin, how purchased. (R. S., sec. 3700.) ......

132 Bonds and obligations exempt from taxation. (R. S., sec. 3701.) .......

133 Bonds, interest-bearing, destroyed, duplicates may be issued therefor. (R. S.,

sec. 3702.)............ Owner of destroyed bonds to file bond of indemnity. (R. S. ,sec. 3703.)........ 133 Bonds, registered, duplicate of lost bond may be issued. (R. S. sec. 3704.)...... Owner of missing bonds to file bond of indemnity. (R. S., sec. 3705.)...... 133 Bonds, registered, exchangeable for coupon bonds. (R. S., sec. 3706.)..

134 Officers to receive credit for stolen notes. (R. S., sec. 3707.)....

134 United States securities, penalty for imitating. (R. S., sec. 3708)........... 134 Obligations or United States securities defined. (R. S., sec. 5413).

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Page. United States securities, penalty for forging or counterfeiting. (R. S., sec. 5414.) 135 National-bank notes, penalty for counterfeiting. (R. S., sec. 5415.) .......... 135 Obligations, United States, penalty for using plates to print. (R.S., sec. 5430.). 135 Obligations, United States, penalty for passing, selling, or canceling. (R. S., sec. 5431.) ................

136 Obligations, United States, penalty for taking impressions of tools and instruments to print. (R. S., sec. 5432.)........

137 Obligations, United States, penalty for having in possession tools to print. (R. S., sec. 3433.) ......

137 Obligations, United States, penalty for buying, selling, or dealing in. (R. S., sec.

5434). .............. Public stocks, United States, penalty for false personation of holder. (R. S., sec. 5435.) .....................

137 Public stocke, United States, penalty for counterfeiting power of attorney to obtain. (R. S., sec. 5436.) ........

138 Obligations, United States, penalty for embezzling. (R. S., sec. 5453.)

138 Gold or silver coins, penalty for counterfeiting. (R. S., sec, 5457.).....

139 Minor coins, penalty for counterfeiting. (R. S., 5458.) ....

139 Gold or silver coins, penalty for mutilating. (R. S., sec. 5459.) ...........

139 Gold or silver coins, penalty for debasing. (R. S., sec. 5460.)...

140 Gold or silver coins, penalty for uttering, in resemblance. (R. S., sec. 5461.).... Minor coins, penalty for making or issuing devices. (R. S., sec. 5462.)........... 140 Bonds, United States, redemption of. An act to provide for the redemption of the

loan of eightteen hundred and fifty eight. (Act of December 17, 1873.).... 140 Foreign coinage. An act authorizing coinage to be executed at the mints of the

United States for foreign countries. (Act of January 29, 1874.).......... 141 Securities, United States. An act making appropriations for the legislative, exec

utive, and judicial expenses of the government for the year ending June
thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-five, and for other purposes. (Act
of June 20, 1874, registered.).............................................

142 Bonds, United States registered. An act for the creation of a court for the adjudi

cation and disposition of certain moneys received into the Treasury under
an award made by the tribunal of arbitration constituted by virtue of the
first article of the treaty concluded at Washington the eighth of May, anno
Domini eighteen hundred and seventy-one, between the United States of

America and the Queen of Great Britain. (Act of June 23, 1874.). ....... 142 Specie resumption. An act to provide for the resumption of specie payments.

(Act of January 14, 1875.) ................................................ Sinking-fund. An act making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the

government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and

seventy-six, and for other purposes. (Act of March 3, 1875.)............. 145 Bonds, United States, five per centum. An act making appropriations for the re

pair, preservation, and completion of certain public works on rivers and

barbors, and for other purposes. (Act of March 3, 1875.) ......... ...... Coinage, twenty-cent piece authorized. An act authorizing the coinage of a

twenty-cent piece of silver at the mints of the United States. (Act of

March 3, 1875.)..........................................................
Bonds, United States, registered five percentum. An act to enable the Secretary

of the Treasury to pay judgments provided for in an act approved February
fifteenth, eighteen hundred and seventy-six, entitled "An act providing for
the payment of judgments rendered under section 11 of chapter 459 of the
laws of the first session of the Forty-third Congress. (Act of April 11,

1876.)................................................................... 147 Silver in redemption of fractional currency. An act to provide for a deficiency in

the Printing and Eugraving Bureau of the Treasury Department and for the
issue of silver coin of the United States in place of fractional currency.

(Act of April 17, 1876.) ...........
Silver coin. [No. 177.] Joint resolution for the issue of silver coin, (Act of

July 22, 1876.)....
Coin, counterfeiting of. An act to amend section 5457 of the Revised Statutes of

the United States relating to counterfeiting. (Act of January 16, 1877.)....

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