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ether the contract is one to sell merely or desks allowed by the trustees of a school dis-
manufacture and sell, in the absence in the trict held not established as a valid claim
ter case of the assent of the buyer to an ap- against the district, where it was disallowed in
ppriation on the contract of goods manu- part by the county superintendent, the board
ctured by the seller, or unless they are of of citizens and taxpayers, and the board of
ch peculiar character as not to be market county commissioners.--Whitaker & Ray Co. v.
le.- River Spinning Co. v. Atlantic Mills Roberts (C. C.) 882.
C.) 466.

Prior to the allowance of claims against a
Where a purchaser refuses to take goods school district by the officers selected therefor
ught which the seller has not on hand, but is or the establishment of the claims at law, pro-
manufacture or purchase, the measure of his ceedings could not be maintained to compel the
mages recoverable for breach of the contract officers of the county to pay the same.- Whita-
not the difference between the contract price ker & Ray Co. v. Roberts (C. C.) 882.
d the market price of the goods at the time
the breach, but the actual profit he would school desks, purchased by school trustees un-

In a suit to compel payment of a claim for
ve made on the sale. -River Spinning Co. v. der Comp. Laws Nev. $$ 1294, 1298, a þill
lantic Mills (C. C.) 466.

failing to join such school trustees and praying
A company operating mills for making yarn no relief against them held demurrable.-Whita-
ich contracted to sell a quantity of yarn to ker & Ray Co. v. Roberts (C. C.) 882.

delivered in the future, on a refusal by the
yer to carry out the contract, held not en-
led to recover as damages a loss on a resale

SCIRE FACIAS.
wool which it had bought in advance of its
ed and held in reserve to be used in filling Jurisdiction of circuit court of United States
e contract.-River Spinning Co. v. Atlantic to issue, see “Courts," $ 2.
Ils (C. C.) 466.
*The measure of the damages recoverable by

SENTENCE.
seller for the breach by the purchaser of a
ntract for the sale of a quantity of scrap In criminal prosecutions, see "Criminal Law,"
eel, which, on the failure of the purchaser to § 3.
ke it, was sold by the seller at the market
ice, is the difference between such price and
e contract price.-Benjamin v. Maloney (C. SEPARABLE CONTROVERSIES.
494.

Removal from state court, see "Removal of
SALVAGE.

Causes,” $ 2.
1. Right to compensation.

SERVICE.
*Prima facie a vessel found at sea in a
cuation of peril with no one on board is a Of process, see "Process," $ 1.
relict, but where the master and crew have
Et temporarily for the purpose of obtaining
sistance, and with intent to return and re-

SERVICES.
mė possession, she is not technically a derelict,
hough another vessel finding her in such con- See “Work and Labor.”
ion and rescuing her is entitled to salvage
mpensation as in case of a derelict.--The
awmut (D. C.) 476; The Myrtle Tunnel, Id.

SETTLEMENT.
2. Amount and apportionment.

See "Account Stated."
A steamer which rescued a dis bled schooner
mporarily abandoned at sea by her officers and

SHIPPING.
ew held entitled to a salvage award as in
se of a derelict, but, in view of the efforts See "Collision”;

“Maritime Liens"; "Salvage”;
de by the owners to retake her, which would "Towage”; "Wharves.”
obably have been successful, to only one- Custom as affecting construction of charter par-
ard of the value of the schooner and cargo,
nich was fixed at $88,000.-The Shawmut (D. Immigration regulations, see "Commerce,” $ 3.

ty, see “Customs and Usages."
476; The Myrtle Tunnel, Id.

Stated account for repairs on vessel, see "Ac-

count Stated."
CHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS.

§ 1. Charters.
risdiction of suit in equity to compel payment of United States government” by a firm with

The signing of a charter party "by authority
or school desks, see “Equity," § 1.
andamus to compel payment by school dis- which the government had contracted for the
rict, see "Mandamus," $ 1.

carrying of a cargo of coal by the vessel held

unauthorized and not to give the owner a
1. Public schools.

right of action against the United States to
Under Comp. Laws Nev. $$ 1287, 1338, and recover a balance of freight alleged to be due.
ws Feb. 13, 1905, p. 23, $ 9, a bill for school - Societa v. United States (C. C.) 245.

*Point annotated. See syllabus.

*Where a charter party provided that the $ 3. Carriage of goods.
freight specified should be in full of primage, visions of san bill of lading, the conditions a

*In construing and giving effect to the pi
consulage, port charges, etc., as customary,
and also that the vessel should, if required, dis- circumstances which the evidence proves we
charge by night as well as by day, she is liable known to the parties and contemplated by the
for extra port charges incurred by reason of in making it are to be taken into consideratio
night work, although the discharging was done - Pacific Coast Co. v. Yukon Independe
by the charterer under a provision giving him Transp. Co. (C. C. A.) 29.
that option at a specified rate to be paid by the

A parol contract for the shipment of good
vessel.-The Bencliff (D. C.) 242.

pursuant to which they were laden on boa!
A charter party construed, and held not to may be shown to affect the construction of bi
entitle a charterer on his exercise of an option of lading signed and delivered after the goo
to discharge the vessel at a specified rate, to be were loaded and when the vessel was about
paid by the ship, to charge extra for the cost of sail, and, in order that provisions of such bil
night work.-The Bencliff (D. C.) 242.

shall override the prior agreement, the burd
In a suit in personam by a vessel owner to rests on the carrier to show that they we
recover freight money from a charterer, the called to the attention of the shipper and".
claim that under the cessor clause of the charter sented to by him.-Pacific Coast Co. v. Yuk!
the sole remedy of the libelant was in rem Independent Transp. Co. (C. C. A.) 29.
against the cargo cannot be urged as a defense A provision of bills of lading giving the vess
where it was not raised by the pleadings.- the right to "deviate” does not authorize he
The Bencliff (D. C.) 242.

after arriving at the port of delivery, to retu
The payment by a vessel to a charterer of a and thence make a second voyage to the po

to the port of shipment with the goods on boar
commission provided for by the charter party; of delivery, which is not a deviation but
which was in effect an address commission, heid
not to relieve her from the payment of the at- abandonment of the voyage so far as relates
tendarce fee of the charterer's

agent at the port such shipment.-Pacific Coast Co. v. Yuk
of discharge to whom she was consigned by the Independent Transp. Co. (C. C. A.) 29.
terms of the charter for attending to her inward The owners of a vessel held liable for brea
business at that port.-The Lady Palmerston of a contract of affreightment where because
(D. C.) 250.

ice in the harbor at the port of delivery, whid

was a contingency contemplated by the parti
$ 2. Liabilities of vessels and owners and provided for, the goods were carried ba
in general.

to the port of shipment and not delivered un
The contracts of a managing agent of a steam- the next voyage.-Pacific Coast Co. v. Yuk
ship company, within the sphere of his au- Independent Transp. Co. (C. C. A.) 29.
thority, are the actual contracts of the owner,
and not of the vessels to which they relate, as in for loss or damage to cargo to be presented

*Provisions of bills of lading requiring clain
case of contracts made by a master on a. voyage the carrier within a stated time, and barring ai
or in foreign ports.-Great Lake Towing Co. suit for such loss or damage unless commenc
v. Mill Transp. Co. (C. C. A.) 11.

within a further stated time, will be enforced
*A steamer must be held to know the reason the courts only so far as they are reasonab
able effect of her swell and to take reasonable under the circumstances of the particular cas
precautions to prevent injury therefrom to and such requirements may also be waived
other vessels. The Chester W. Chapin (D. C.) the carrier by his conduct.-Pacific Coast Co.
854.

Yukon Independent Transp. Co. (C. C. A.) 2
*A meeting steamer held liable for the injury A suit by a shipper to recover for breach of
of one of the scows in a low in East River contract of carriage and for damage to car
caused by her swell, on the ground that she held not barred under provisions of the bills 1
should have appreciated the danger and slowed quiring notice and limiting the time for brin
down or kept at a greater distance. The Ches- | ing suit, on the ground that libelant had reaso
ter W. Chapin (D. C.) 854.

ably complied with the requirement of notid

and that the limitation had been waived.
*A passing steamer held in fault for injury Pacific Coast Co. v. Yukon Independent Trans
to a floating dry dock permanently located Co. (C. C. A.) 29.
alongside of a pier by passing at such speed as
to cause a dangerous swell, and the owners of Provisions of bills of lading limiting the li
the dock also held in fault for failing to make bility of the carrier apply only to the co
better provisions against the effect of such templated voyage, and, where the carrier volu
swells. --James Shewan & Sons v. New England tarily abandons such voyage, he cannot invol
Navigation Co. (D. C.) 860.

such limitations.-Pacific Coast Co. v. Yuk
*The duty of a passing steamer with respect Independent Transp. Co. (C. C. A.) 29.
to causing dangerous swells is the same to *The measure of damages recoverable fro
ward a floating dry dock permanently located a vessel for damage to a cargo of steel throug
alongside a pier as toward vessels similarly sit- its fault is the difference between the mark
uated, and she is bound to exercise reasonable value of the cargo at the port of delivery in" i
care, 'having regard to the character of the damaged condition and its value if it had be
structure.-James Shewan & Sons v. New Eng- delivered in good condition, with interest fro
land Navigation Co. (D. C.) 860.

the time of delivery and other items of expe
*Point annotated. See syllabus.

ure made necessary by reason of the damage.

SLEEPING CARS.
The Berengere (D. C.) 439.
4. Carriage of passengers.

See "Carriers," $ 3.
The death of a passenger

on a ferryboat by
lling overboard held due to his own negligence
leaning against a gate, despite a sign warning

SOLDIERS.
ssengers against it, and the vessel not liable. -
he Southside (D. C.) 364.

See "Army and Navy."
5. Demurrage.
A vessel under contract requiring reasonable

SPECIFICATIONS.
spatch held liable for the damages caused to
e consignee by reason of delay in discharging of objections to discharge of bankrupt, see

consequence of her failure to supply suf-
ient steam.--The Heathdene (D. C.) 368; Mil-

"Bankruptcy," $ 14.
rn v. Federal Sugar Refining Co., Id.
6. Limitation of owner's liability.

SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE.
Act June 26, 1884, c. 121, $ 18, 23 Stat. 57
. s. Comp. St. 1901, p. 2915], and Rev. St. § 1. Proceedings and relief.
4283 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 2943], both *A bill for specific performance of a contract
lating to limitation of liability of shipowners, by one of the defendants to assign to complain-
e in pari materia, and to be construed togeth- ant a patent for an invention alleged to have

and the later act, like the earlier, is confined been made by such defendant while in com-
liabilities incurred without the knowledge or plainant's employment, the application for
ivity of the owners, and does not apply to which patent he had assigned to his codefend-
abilities of the owners for the consequences of ant, held, on demurrer, to state_a cause of ac-
eir personal faults or upon their personal con- tion.-Thompson v. Automatic Fire Protection
acts.-Great Lake Towing Co. v. Mill Transp. Co. (C. C.) 548.
. (C. C. A.) 11.
The owner of a vessel lost by stranding held
t entitled, under Act June 26, 1884, c. 121,

STALE DEMAND.
18, 23 Stat. 57 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p.
45), to a limitation of liability for services See "Equity," $ 2.
ndered by a towing company in attempting to
scue such vessel under a contract made by
e managing agent of such owner.-Great

STATEMENT.
ake Towing Co. v. Mill Transp. Co. (C. C.
) 11.

By witness inconsistent with testimony, see

"Witnesses," $ 2.
* An order made by a court of admiralty in

proceeding for limitation of liability re-
aining all persons having claims growing out

STATES.
the transaction which is the basis of the pro-
edings from prosecuting actions thereon in
y other court is a bar to an action on such See “United States.”
claim in another court, although brought by Attorney general, see "Attorney General.”

administrator subsequently appointed.-See- Courts, see "Courts."
"s Adm'x v. Monongahela River Consol. Coal Exemptions to bankrupt under state laws, see
Coke Co. (C. C.) 507.

"Bankruptcy," $ 10

Interstate extradition, see "Extradition," $ 1.
*A New York corporation, operating a ferry Jurisdiction of United States court to discharge
r the carriage of passengers across the East

on habeas corpus person imprisoned by state
er between Manhattan and Brooklyn, held
titled to a limitation of its liability for the Jurisdiction of United States court to restrain

court, see “Habeas Corpus," $ 1.
ath of a passenger to the value of the boat
which he was such passenger and its freight,

corporation commission from enforcing state

law as suit against state, see "Courts," $ 2.
der the provisions of Rev. St. $$ 4283-4285
. s. Comp. St. 1901, pp. 2943, 2944). The Multifariousness in pleading in suit to enjoin

enforcement of state statute, see "Equity," $ 3.
uthside (D. C.) 364.

Pendency of action in state court as bar to ac-

tion in United States court, see “Abatement

and Revival," $ 1.
SIGNALS.

Public lands, see "Public Lands," $ 1.

Regulation of railroad rates, see “Carriers,” $ 1.
om trains, see "Railroads," $ 2.

Restraining enforcement of state statutes fixing
vessels, see "Collision," § 2.

railroad rates, see “Injunction," $ 3.
State regulation of foreign corporations, see

"Corporations," $ 5.
SLANDER.

Supplemental pleading in suit to restrain en-

forcement of state statutes fixing freight rates,
e "Libel and Slander."

see "Equity," $ 3.
*Point annotated. See syllabus.

STATUTES.

each.-Great Northern Ry. Co. v. United Stat

(C. C. A.) 945.
See "Treaties.”
Jurisdiction of United States court to determine traction a statute is re-enacted or repeat

*When for purposes of an enlargement or cd
constitutionality of state statutes, see “Courts," with amendments, the amendatory act is
$ 2.
Laws delegating legislative powers, see “Con- so far as in substance and operation it is t

affirmation and continuation of the prior law
stitutional Law," $ 2.
Laws denying equal protection of law, see “Con- only so far as it differs from the prior law,

same, and is to be regarded as new legislati
stitutional Law," $ 5.
Laws impairing obligation of contracts, see C. A.) 945.

Great Northern Ry. Co. v. United States 4
“Constitutional Law," § 4.
Multifariousness in pleading in suit to enjoin $ 2. Construction and operation.
enforcement of, see “Equity," § 3.

*When a legislative act is general in
Restraining enforcement of state statutes, see terms, the title may be resorted to for the py
“Injunction,” $ 3.

pose of ascertaining its proper limitations
Right of stockholder to enjoin company from United Shoe Machinery Co. v. Duplessis Sh

obeying state laws, see "Corporations," $ 1. Machinery Co. (C. C. A.) 842.
Statutes as part of contract, see "Contracts,"
§ 2.

As applied to subsequent repealing acts whi
Supplemental pleading in suit to restrain en- do not expressly or by necessary implicati
forcement of state statutes fixing freight rates, Comp. St. 1901, p. 6], prescribing the forfeitur

$
see "Equity," $ 3.

and liabilities, is obligatory on the courts, b
Provisions relating to particular subjects. beyond this is without effect.-Great Northe
See "Adverse Possession," 1; "Aliens,” $ 1; Ry. Co. v. United States (C. C. A.) 945
“Appeal and Error," s 1; "Arbitration and

While Congress may prescribe rules affecti/
Award,” 88 1, 3; “Army and Navy"; "At: after legislation which does not in terms shg
torney General”; “Bankruptcy"; "Čarriers," that it is to be unaffected by them, these rul
$ 1; ""Commerce,” $81, 3; "Contracts,” $ 1; cannot be so framed as to defeat the plain i
*Copyrights," $ 1; *Courts,".. § 1; "Criminal tent of after legislation, and they cease to
Law," $ 1;'"Customs Duties" ; "Death,” 8.1; effective when necessarily in conflict with
“Disorderly House"; "Eminent Domain," $ later manifestation of the legislative will.
2; "Fraudulent Conveyances,' $ 1;. "Habeas Great Northern Ry. Co. v. United States
Corpus," § 1; "Homestead," $ 1; "Insur- c. A.) 945.
ance," $ 2; "Judgment," 8 1; "Lotteries," $
1; Maritime Liens," $i; “Master and *The intent of the Legislature constitutes ti
Servant," $ 1; "Mechanics' Liens"; "Monop- law and may be as effectually manifested
olies," § 1; ""Mortgages," § 1; "Municipal what is necessarily implied as by what is el
Corporations,” § 1; “Navigable Waters,” $ 1; pressed, and where there are conflicting man
"Patents," $$ 2, 3, 5; "Public Lands," $ 1; festations of the legislative will the last is co]
"Railroads," $ 2; "Removal of Causes,” $ 3; trolling.-Great Northern Ry. Co. v. Unit
“Schools and School Districts," $ 1; "Ship- States (C. C. A.) 945.
ping," $ 6; "Street Railroads," $ 1; "Taxa-
tion"; "Trusts," 1; “Witnesses," '$ 1.

*Laws Kan. 1874, p. 143, c. 93, adopted fro
Laws denying due process of law, see "Consti- of that state, held adopted with such constru

Iowa after a construction by the Supreme Cou
tutional Law," $ 6.

tion.-Iarussi v. Missouri Pac. Ry. Co. (C.
Revenue laws, see "Internal Revenue.”

654.
§ 1. Repeal, suspension, expiration, and

*It is proper to consider a repealed statute
revival.

arriving at a particular construction of existil
*A clause generally repealing all laws and acts.--Southern Ry. Co. v. McNeill (C. O.) 756.
parts of laws in conflict with the act of which
it is a part repeals nothing that would not be

STATUTES CONSTRUED.
equally repealed without it.-Great Northern
Ry. Co. v. United States (C. C. A.) 945.

UNITED STATES.
Where a later act expresses the extent to
which it is intended to repeal prior laws, as by

CONSTITUTION.
a clause repealing all laws and parts of laws

Amend. 11

73
in conflict therewith, it excludes any implication Amend. 14

...118, 78
of a more extended repeal.-Great Northern Ry. Art. 4, § 133..

5:
Co. v. United States (C. C. A.) 945.
*To establish the repeal of a statute by im-

STATUTES AT LARGE.
plication it is insufficient to show merely that 1876, March 3, ch. 137, 18 Stat. 472 [U.
a later statute, making no mention of prior S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 573]...

32
one, employs language broad enough to cover 1884, June 26, ch. 121, $ 18, 23 Stat. 57
some part or all of it, but it must appear that [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 2945]. .

]
the two statutes cannot stand together; reason- 1887, Feb. 4, ch. 104, 24 Stat. 379 [U. S.
able purpose and operation being accorded to Comp. St. 1901, p. 3154]. .

30
*Point annotated. See syllabus.

1887, Feb. 4, ch. 104, 24 Stat. 379 [U. S. 1898, July 1, ch. 541, § 24b, 30 Stat. 553

Comp. St._1901, p. 3154]. Amended by [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3432]. .. 100
Act 1906, June 9, ch. 3591, 34 Stat. 584.. 849 1898, July 1, ch. 541, $ 38, subd. 5, 30 Stat.
1888, Aug. 13, ch. 866, 25 Stat. 433 [U. S. 555 [U. s. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3435]..... 694
Comp. št. 1901] p. 508..

488 1898, July 1, ch. 541, § 39b, 30 Stat. 556
1890, June 10, ch. 407, 8 14, 26 Stat. 137 [U.S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3436].

692
(U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 1933]..... 146 1898, July 1, ch. 541, $ 57, subd. n, 30 Stat.
1890, June 10, ch. 407, § 15, 26 Stat. 138 561 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3444]. ... 686

[U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 1933].. 144 1898, July 1, ch. 541, § 60b, 30 Stat. 562
1890, July 2, ch. 647, 26 Stat. 209 [U. S.

[U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3145). Amend-
Comp. St. (1901, p. 3200]..

869 ed by Act 1903, Feb. 5, ch. 487, § 13, 32
1890, Oct. 1, ch. 1244, § 1, Schedule N,

Stat. 799 [U. S. Comp. St. Supp. 1905,
par. 456, 26 Stat. 601..
554 p. 689]....

100
1891, March 3, ch. 565, 26 Stat. 1110 [U. 1898, July 1, ch. 541, $ 64, subd. b, par. 4,
s. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3417]...

116 30 Stat. 563 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p.
1893, Feb. 9, ch. 74, 27 Stat. 434 [U. S. 3447]

684
Comp. St. 1901, p. 3391]..

531 1898, July 1, ch 541, $ 65b, 30 Stat. 563
1897, March 3, ch. 395, 29 Stat. 695 [U. S.

[U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3448). Amend-
Comp. St. 1901, p. 589].

543 ed by Act 1903, Feb. 5, ch. 487, § 15, 32
1897, June 4, ch.2, 30 Stat. 34 [U. S. Stat. 800 [U. S. Comp. St. Supp. 1905,
Comp. St. 1901, p. 1538].

612
p. 690]....

272
1897, July 24, ch. 11, § 1, Schedule A, pars. 1898, July 1, ch. 541, § 70, 30 Stat. 565
20, 67, 30 Stat. 152, 154 [U. S. Comp.

[U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3451]..

233
St. 1901, pp. 1628, 1631]...

264 1898, July 1, ch. 541, $ 70a(5), 30 Stat. 566
1897, July 24, ch. 11, § 1, Schedule A, pars. [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3451]..

267
70, 72, 30 Stat. 155 [U. S. Comp. St. 1899, March 2, ch. 377, 30 Stat. 993. 612
1901, p. 1631]....

143 1899, March 3, ch. 425,'$ 15, 30 Stat 1152
1897, July 24, ch. 11, § 1, Schedule C, par. [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3543].. ... 436
140, 30° Stat. 162 (U. S. Comp. St. 1901, 1899, March 3, ch. 429, 30 Stat. 1253. 38
p. 1639].

.. 213 1901, March 2, ch. 806, 31 Stat. 943 [U.
1897, July 24, ch. 11, § 1, Schedule L, pars. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 2302]...

253
387, 388, 30 Stat. '186' [U. S. Comp. St.

1903, Feb. 5, ch. 487, § 4b, 32 Stat. 797. [U.
1901, p. 1670].

.. 146

S. Comp. St. Supp. 1905, p. 684]...553, 674
1897, July 24, ch. 11, § 1, Schedule L, par.

1903, Feb. 5, ch. 487, § 13, 32 Stat. 799 [U.
390, 30 Stat. 187 (U. S. Comp. St. 1901,

S. Comp. St. Supp. 1905, p. 689]....... 100
p. 1670]..

...149, 303
1897, July 24, ch. 11, § 1, Schedule M,

1903, Feb. 5, ch. 487, § 15, 32 Stat. 800

[U. S. Comp. St. Supp. 1905, p. 690). 272
pars. 400, 407, 30 Stat. 188, 189 [U. S.
Comp. St. 1901, pp. 1672, 1673].... 144

1903, Feb. 19, ch. 708, 32 Stat. 847 [U. S.
1897, July 24, ch. 11, § 1, Schedule N, par.

Comp. St. Supp. 1905, p. 599)......305, 945
411, 30 Stat. 190 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901,

1903, March 3, ch. 1012, 9, 32 Stat. 1215
p. 1673].

265 [U. S. Comp. St. Supp. 1905, p. 279]. ... 428
1897, July 24, ch. 11, § 1, Schedule N, par.

1903, March 3, ch. 1019, 32 Stat. 1225 (U.
419, 30 Stat. 191 (U. S. Comp. St. 1901,

S. Comp. St. Supp. 1905, p. 633].

842
p. 1674].

502 1904, April 28, ch. 1778, 33 Stat. 529. 38
1897, July 24, ch. 11, § 1, Schedule N, par. 1906, June 11, ch. 3073, 34 Stat. 232.... 433
463, 30° Sta. 194 (U. S. Comp. St. 1901,

1906, June 29, ch. 3591, 34 Stat. 584..849, 945
p. 1679].

213 1906, June 29, ch. 3591, § 10, 34 Stat.
1897, July 24, ch. 11, § 2, Free List, par.

595

945
509, 30 Stat. 196 [Ú. s. Comp. St. 1901, 1907, Feb. 20, ch. 1134, § 3, 34 Stat. 899.. 938
p. 1682]..

.: 265
1897,- July 24, ch. 11, $ 2, Free List, par.

REVISED STATUTES.
671, 30 Stɛ t. 201 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901,

§ 13 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 6]...

945
p. 1688]...

502

§ 711 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 577]. 543
1898, June 1, ch. 370, 30 Stat. 424 [U. S.

716 (U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 580] 389
Comp. St. 1901, p. 3205]. .

..1001

725 (U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 583] 908
898, June 13, ch. 448, subd. 3, Schedule

Š 753 (U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 592].... 190
A, 30 Stat. 458. Amended by Act 1901, Š 914 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 683]. .389, 651
March 2, ch. 806, 31 Stat. 943 [U. S. $8915, 916 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 684].. 389
Comp. St. 1901, p. 2302]....

253 Š 1041 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 724]. ... 510
898, July 1, ch. 541, § 14a, 30 Stat. 550 Š 1778 IU. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 1211]... 667

[U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3427]... 688 § 4283 TU. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 2943]..11, 364
898, July 1, ch. 541, § 14b, 30 Stat. 550 ŠS 4284, 4285 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, pp.
[U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3427].....645, 688 2943, 2944..

364
898, July 1, ch. 541, § 14b, 30 Stat. 550 § 4887 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3382]... 842
[U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3427]. Amend Š 4915 IU. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3392] 135, 531
ed by Act 1903, Feb. 5, ch. 487, § 4b, 32 Š 4921 įU. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3395]..301, 543
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..553, 674 Amended by Act 1891, March 3, ch. 565,
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