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when, and how taken, 567
may be administered by the officers
and committees of congress, 32.
if falsely taken, perjury, 32.
house of representatives, art. 90.
of president, 124; of secretary of state,
136; of officers of treasury depart-
of judges, 478.
courts of United States may adminis-
judge of supreme court when, art. 493. and see offices, revenue, army, navy.
OBSTRUCTING service of process, how
coming in at, 1402.
OFFICERS OF U. S.,
oath of, to support constitution, art. 7.
to be removed from office on impeach-
not to accept present, &c. from foreign
in arrears, not to receive compensa-
proceeding against for debts due U.
S. p. 58.
franking privilege of, art. 447.
how nominated and appointed-com-
revocable-executive, may be re-
president may increase bonds of, art.
register of, to be published biennially,
to settle accounts, when, 273.
security given by, not impaired by dis-
missal, 275. -
courts, p. 156, 163.
court powers, 520, see Appendix of revenue, p. 540.
vacancy in, what, p. 26, note.
president may remove, when, 132.
state of, admitted into the Union, 659
representatives from, 22.
circuit court, 513; district court for,
collection districts in, p. 539.
Land offices in, p. 321.
donations of land for public uses in,
appendix A. No. 1.
OIL-CLOTAS, duty on, 469.
PAMPHLETS, carried by mail, 425.
ships, regulation of, p. 418.
to make report, 1421.
duties, to bind, art. 1718.
tary to sign, 311.
-of navy, p. 679.
term of office of, 128.
monthly returns, art. 276.
congress may provide for, p. 13,
offences and prohibitions, passim.)
For breach of revenue Laws, p. 580.
circuit court for, 509.
For western district, 549. To have
Appendix A. No. 4.)
lary, art. 339, 340. (See p. 693.)
allowed, &c. p. 694.
cer or committee of congress, 32.
der revenue laws, 1991.
exempt from militia duty, 2397.
in cases of, p. 145, note.
PLENIPOTENTIARY, minister, compensa-
tion to, art. 456.
of-duties on, p. 479.
duties on, p. 479.
lade, p. 403.
Hope may unlade, ib.
er of congress relative to, 56.
of, 381. Oath of persons employed
estimate and expenditures for, 386.
393, 401 to 408, 413.
attorneys of the United States, in
relation to, 394.
contracts with, 396.
tions, &c. p. 725.
contract year. (See Appendix, A.
employeil, 143. Power and duties
of, 402. Duties of, 427.
the court house of any county, 413.
sation to, 430, 432. Failing to ren.
PRESIDENT OF THE U.S.-Continued.
lawfully detaining letter, &c. 436. fices, when, 132.
to send out exploring expedition, 133.
I. Smithson, 134.
art. 361. To require additional se-
curity from Indian agents, 354.
original constitutional provision re-
lating to election of, p. 767.
congress at a place different from choose, when, art. 15.
electors of, 63.
qualification of, art. 109. Exercises
vacancy in office of, 1i8, &c.
office of, art. 121.
compensation of, art. 123.
PRINTER OF CONGRESS, when and how
elected, &c. 50.
PRINTING of, how done, 48.
of laws of U. S. 146, &c.
estates of insolvents, &c. art. 294, and
see note p. 62, 63.
foreign, entering on board of, 2589.
PRIZE CAUSES, jurisdiction of district
pal officer of each executive depart- PRIZES and salvage, p. 716.
PROCEDURE, criminal, p. 749.
places ceded to U. S. p. 12, note.
form of, p. 163. By whom tested,
In name of president, when, ib.
officers of the U. S., how, 126, 127. attachment may issue, when, 165, p.
to retake possession of property by
alterable by courts, ib.
PROFANITY, punished in the army, art.
PROHIDITION, writ of, to district court,
PROTECTION. (See Seamen.)
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. (See Accounts.)
PUBLICATION of the laws. (See Laws.) REPRESENTATIVES.—Continued.
delegates in, 26.
and how made, art. 27.
compensation to, art. 39, &c.
compensation to, how certified, art.
270. To keep money in bank, 276. members of, to what office not ap-
shall be, 41.
laws of state-to be observed, 1436. 42, &c.
REPUBLICAN form of government guar-
REVENUE, bills shall originate, where,
senate may amend, art. 25.
no preference to be given to any state
in relation to, 74.
, and recorded, 130.
collection of, secretary of treasury to
debted to U. S. art. 284, &c.
Specific duties on articles by weight, per
On articles per Cwt. p. 467.
On articles per ton,-per gall.-- per bushel,
p. 468, 470.
on cotton manufactures, floor-cloths,
on steel, japanned, plated, brass wares,
on wool and woollen goods, p. 468.
reduction of duties, p. 473.
On goods imported in a foreign vessel,
and goods imported therein, 1689.
Estimation and payment of duties, p. 483;
ad valorem rates of duty, how estimated,
computation in foreign moneys, 1712;
1703; teas, wines and spirits may be
be sold for duties not paid, when, 1716;
embezzled or fraudulently removed
from depot, 1717.
duty bonds, 1728.
Collector, naval officer, surveyor, inspector,
491; not unless goods be exported by Weighers, gaugers, and measurers, duties
manifest on board-penalty, 1405;
dorsed by officer, 1408; when not en-
on master refusing manifest, or ac.
officer refusing to certify, 1411.
factured in United States, p. 503; sugar Unlading vessels before arrival at port,
vessels departing without entry or re-
report when, 1418; additional re-
inasters of public packets excused,
may proceed on giving bond, 1426;
relation to, p. 511; in Maine, p. 512; be sued, when, 1428; vessels des
how made-form of entry-verifica
Of landing, inspection and delivery of
allowance for draft, tare and leakage,