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CINCINNATI.

Terms of the circuit and district courts at, 472, & 1.
CIRCUIT COURT POWERS.

In bankruptcy, 75, 8 6.
CIRCUIT COURTS. See Removal.

Circuit judges to be appointed, 111, 3.
By whom circuit courts may be holden, 111, $ 3.
Allotment of supreme court judges, 111, & 2.
When supreme court judges to attend circuit, 111, 8 5.
Appointment of clerks, 111, 8 4.
Judicial circuits, ill, & 1.
Terms, 74, 21; 102, & 1.
In case of disability, any other circuit judge may hold the court, 117, % 21.
Retransfer of causes may be ordered, 117, % 22.
How tried, 117, 8 22.
Holding of, in case of vacancy in the office of district judge, 175, & 1.
Parties may waive jury trials, 118, 23.
Trial of issues of fact by the court, 118, 8 23.
Bills of exception, &c., 118, % 23.
Jurisdiction of, in bankruptcy, 75, 8 4.

Removal of causes from the state courts, 112-17, % 6–20.
CIRCUS.

Special tax on, 350, % 242.

What to be deemed a circus, 350, % 242.
CITIZENS.

Rights of naturalized, in foreign countries, 32, & 3.
Duties of the president, when such rights are invaded, 32, % 4.
Who to be deemed, 118, & 1.
Civil rights and obligations of, 118, % 1.
Penalty for depriving any citizen of his civil rights, by reason of color or race, 118, & 2.
Jurisdiction of the federal courts, 119, 3.
How exercised, 119, $ 3.
Duties of district attorneys, marshals, &c., 119, % 4.
Commissioners to be appointed, 119, $ 4.
Their powers and duties, 119, & 4.
Execution of process, 119, % 5.
Running of process, 120, 8 5.
Penalty for obstructing execution of process, 120, 8 6.
Fees of officers, 120, % 7.
When special courts to be held, 120, 8 8.
Civil rights to be enforced by military power, 120,

Appeals, 120, & 10.
CIVIL ENGINEERS.

Special tax on, 350, % 249.

Who to be deemed civil engineers, 350, 249.
CIVIL RIGHTS. See Citizens.
CLAIM AGENTS.

Special tax on, 348, & 228.
Who to be deemed claim agents, 348, % 228.

Oath of, 470, 8 2.
CLAIMS.

Punishment of presenting fictitious, 211-12, § 1, 3.
CLARKSBURG.

Terms of district court at, 554, & 3.
CLAY AND CHALK.

Duties on imported, 246, & 70; 248, 8 73.
CLEARANCES.

Stamp duties on, 379, 8 370.
Blanks to be furnished in certain districts, 229, 27.
Clearances may be refused, on suspicion that goods are destined for a rebel port, 278, 19.
Forfeiture for attempting to depart without clearance, 279, % 19.
Collector may require bond that goods shall not be used to aid insurgents, 279, % 20.
Proceedings for recovery of penalties, 279, % 22.
Remission of penalties, &c., 279, % 22.

Distribution of penalties, 279, 23.
CLERKS.

In office of attorney-general, 55-6, 25-7.
In the treasury department, 121, % 1, 7; 546, & 7.
In the bureau of currency, 56, 1.
In the census office, 110, % 1.

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CLERKS - Continued.

In the war department, 121, % 2-4.
In bureau of military justice, 48, % 104.
In the navy department, 121, % 9; 456-7, § 5, 20.
In return's office, 143, 8 6.
In office of solicitor of the treasury, 264, & 147.
In office of commissioner of internal revenue, 289, 22.
In office of commissioner of immigration, 223, & 1.
In the post office department, 121, % 8.
To take oath of allegiance, 173, 8 3.
Penalty for refusal, 173, 3.
Before whom taken, 173, & 4.
Violation to be deemed perjury, 173, & 4.

Certain clerks transferred, 121, & 6.
CLERKS OF COURTS.

Appointment of, ul, & 4.
Bonds, 117, 22.
When new bond may be required, 118, $ 22.
Bond to be entered upon the journal, 118, $ 22.
Custody of original, 118, % 22.
Copy of entry to be evidence, 118, & 22.
In the tenth circuit, 102-3, 4-6.
Duties in prize causes, 523, & 17.
Fees, 523, & 17.

Limit of compensation in prize cases, 524, § 19.
CLEVELAND.

Terms of circuit and district courts at, 472, & 1.
CLOCKS.

Duties on imported, 232, & 39 ; 239, 8 58.
CLOTH.

Duties on imported, 252, % 93.
CLOTHING

Duties on imported, 232, & 39 ; 239, 8 58 ; 250, 683; 253, § 93.
COAL.

Duties on imported, 244, & 64.
COAL-OIL. See Petroleum.

Special tax on coal-oil distillers, 348, & 224.
Who to be deemed coal-oil distillers, 348, 8 224.

To be deemed manufacturers, 356, & 277.
COASTING TRADE.

Certain enrolled and licensed vessels may engage in the coasting trade, on the northern frontier,

&c., 122, & 1.
When enrolment and license of vessels on the western waters, to be granted, 122, & 2.
Penalty for fraudulent transhipment of goods, 122,8 3; 426, & 8.
Sea stores purchased in the British provinces, to be reported, 122, % 4.
If in excess, to be liable to duty, 123, & 4.
Penalties and forfeitures, 123, 4.
Saloon stores to be liable to duty, 123, & 4.
Equipments purchased abroad to be entered, and pay duty, 123, & 5.
If obtained through necessity, duty to be refunded, 123, X 5.
License and enrolment to be withheld, until duties are paid, 123, & 5.
Goods transported from one domestic port to another, to be unladen in open day, 123, & 6.
Unless by special license, 123, X 6.
Masters of coasting vessels on the northern frontier, to file manifests, 229, % 26.
To report at other ports, 229, % 26.

Penalty for neglect, 229, 26.
COAST SURVEY.

Allowance for subsistence, on coast survey service, 124, § 1.
COFFEE.

Duties on imported, 233, & 40; 235, $ 50.

On substitutes for, 238, 8 55.
COIN.

Contracts for sale of, to be in writing, 144, & 17 ; 357, & 279.
Stamp duty, 144, & 17; 357, & 279.
Limitation of loans on, 144, X 17.
Contracts in violation of the act, to be void, 145, & 18.
Weight and composition of the cent, 124, § 1.
Two cent pieces, 124, & 1.
Three-cent pieces, 125, % 6.
Five-cent pieces, 125, 12.

COIN— Continued.

Present laws extended thereto, 124, & 2; 125, 8 7; 126, X 13.
Duties of director of the mint, 124, & 3; 125, % 7.
For what amount to be a legal tender, 125, 8, 11; 126, & 14.
Penalty for issuing tokens of such denominations, 125, 85, 9; 126, & 15.
Device on the coin, 125, % 10.

Redemption of national currency in five-cent pieces, 126, & 16.
COKE.

Duties on imported, 244, 8 64.
COLLECTION DISTRICTS.

In Alabama, 30, % 3.
In Alaska, 30, 2.
In California, 110, X 39-41.
In Georgia, 213, & 344.
In Idaho, 423, & 22.
In Kansas, 386, 7.
In Maine, 407, 8 2.
In Massachusetts, 408, & 1.
In Michigan, 411, & 17.
In Montana, 423, % 22.
In New Jersey, 465, 81; 468, X 10.
In New Mexico, 466, & 5-6.
In New York, 468, % 10-18.
In North Carolina, 469, § 1.
In Oregon, 475, % 18, 19.
In Pennsylvania, 481, % 3–7.
In South Carolina, 537, § 3.
In Texas, 544, & 2–7.
In Virginia, 550, § 2.
In Washington territory, 552, 8 9.
In West Virginia, 555, 8 7.

In Wisconsin, 555, $ 2.
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS.

When to act as disbursing agents, 527, 8 2.
Compensation therefor, 527, 8 2.
To render monthly accounts, with estimates, in certain districts, 225, & 2.
To furnish blank manifests and clearances, in certain districts, 229, 8 27.
When to take possession of goods remaining on board of vessels, 261, $ 127.
To report seizures to solicitor of the treasury, 264, & 147.
Decision of, as to rate and amount of duties, when final, 256, X 106.
Decision of, as to costs and charges, when conclusive, 257, & 107.
Deputies may be clothed with the powers of their principals, 227, 2 11.
In suits against, for duties illegally exacted, bill of particulars to be furnished, 262, & 135.
To report violations of law to district attorneys, 268, 8 168.
Penalty for neglect, 268, % 168.
Salaries of certain collectors, and deputies, 228, & 18–19.

Compensation of, in certain districts, 225, % 5.
COLLECTORS OF INTERNAL REVENUE.

Appointment of, 293, & 16.
Qualifications, 293, % 16.
To give bonds, 293, & 19.
When to be renewed, 293, & 19.
Deputy-collectors, 293, % 20.
Responsibility of collectors, 293, & 20.
Tax lists to be certified to, 300, 39.
Receipts to be given therefor, 300, 8 41.
How disposed of, 300, % 41.
Appointment of deputies, 293, & 20.
Collectors to be responsible for their acts, 293, & 20.
To give public notice to tax-payers, 300, 8 42.
To make demand for payment, 301, 8 42.
To distrain for unpaid taxes, 301, 8 42.
To sell real estate, in default of personal property, 302, 8 44.
When to purchase for the government, 302, 8 43–4.
Collections from non-residents, 304, 8 45-6.
To make monthly returns, 304, & 47.
Depositories to be selected, 304, & 47.
Accounts, how adjusted, 296, 8 26.
To be charged with amount of tax lists, 304, X 48.
What allowances to be made thereon, 304, % 48.
Proceedings against delinquents, 305, § 49.
Levy on personal property, 305, 8 49.
Sale of real estate, 305, 49.
Penalty for extortion, 306, 8 51.
Compensation of collectors, 295, & 25.
Stationery, 295, % 25.

COLLECTORS OF INTERNAL REVENUE- Continued.

Postage, 295, 2 25.
Powers of collectors, 306, 252, 56.
Collection of penalties, 307, 8 56.
When deputy may act as collector, 306, 8 54,
Who to act as collector in case of vacancy, 306, 8 55.
Penalty for obstructing collectors, 306, $ 53.
Power to administer oaths, 309, & 64.
Secretary to designate, to discharge duties relating to exports, 296, & 27.
Not to be detailed to perform duties of others, 296, & 28.
Power of supervisors, to suspend, 296, & 28.
Action of commissioner thereon, 296, % 28.
Certain collectors to render monthly accounts, 296, § 29.
To be charged with tax-paid liquor stamps, 326, 129.
Commissions thereon, 326, & 129.

Other stamps, 326, & 129.
COLLEGES.

Lands donated to the states for collegiate purposes, 398-9, 8 63–73.
Proceeds to be invested, 398, % 66.
Interest to be applied to collegiate purposes, 398, 8 66.
What branches of learning to be taught, 398, 8 66.
Fund to be kept intact, 399, 8 67.
Not to be applied to building purposes, 399, 8 67.
College to be erected within five years, 399, 8 67.
Annual reports, 399, & 67, 70.
Computation of lands, 399, 8 67.
States in rebellion excluded, 399, 8 67.
Assent to be given within two years, 399, 8 67.
Time extended, 399, 8 71.
Fees, 399, 8 67.

What amount may be located in one township, 399, X 73.
COLORADO

State government to be formed, 126, & 1.
Boundaries, 127, 2 2.
Conditions of the constitution, 127, % 3.
Slavery prohibited, 127, $ 3.
Religious freedom, 127, % 3.
Public lands, 127, 2 4.
Representation in congress, 127, 8 4.
School lands, 127, 25.
Lands for public buildings, 127, & 6.
Lands for penitentiary, 127, 8 7.
Five per cent. of proceeds of lands for improvements, 127, & 8.
Laws of the United States extended to, 127, % 9.
Judicial district, 127, & 9.
Surveyor-general, 127, 10.
Pre-emption rights, 128, 11.
Land district, 128, 12.
Register and receiver, 128, & 12.
Their compensation, 391, $ 22.
Indian agent, 271, & 6.
Utah and Colorado to be a surveying district, 390, & 13-14.

Idaho and Nevada united to surveying district of Colorado, 391, & 17.
COLUMBIA RIVER.

Land district, in Washington territory, 552, 87.
Powers of the president, 552, % 7.

Register and receiver, 552, & 8.
COLUMBUS.

Arsenal established at, 34, & 1.

Discontinued as a port of delivery, 228, & 25.
COMBS

Duties on imported, 232, & 39 ; 239, 8 58.
COMMANDERS.

Number of, in the navy, 432, 89; 433, & 26.
To command third-rates, 432, 8 10.
Relative rank of, 433, & 18.
Pay, 447, & 124.

May be appointed heads of bureaus, 456, & 2.
COMMERCE

How annual statistics to be made up, 128, 4 1.
Bureau of statistics, 128, & 2.
Annual reports, 128, & 2.
Monthly reports of imports and exports, 128, % 2.
Report on vessels, 128, % 2.
Other annual statements, 129, % 2.

COMMERCE - Continued.

Payment of expenses, 129, & 2.
Franking privilege, 129, 8 2.

Office of superintendent of statistics abolished, 130, & 8.
COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT.

Organization of, 37, & 13.
Examination of officers, 52-3, & 146–50.

To furnish sutlers' stores, to officers and men, 53, & 153.
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE.

Appointment of, 29, % 2.
Oath of office, 29, 8 4.
Bond, 29, & 4.
Salary, 29, & 2.
Duties of, 29, & 3.

Franking privilege, 29, $ 3.
COMMISSIONER OF CUSTOMS.

To approve bonds of revenue officers, 226, & 7.
COMMISSIONER OF THE GENERAL LAND OFFICE.

Schedule of California archives to be transmitted to, 109, $35.

To decide appeals between settlers, 392, & 24.
COMMISSIONER OF IMMIGRATION.

Appointment of, 223, & 1.
Term of office, 223, § 1.
Salary, 223, & 1.
Clerks, 223, 1.
Disqualifications, 223, & 4.

Annual reports, 223, & 5.
COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE.

Appointment of, 289, $ 1.
Salary, 289, 22.
Duties of, 289, $ 3.
Clerks, 289, 22.
Franking privilege, 290, 8 6, 8.
Accounts, 289, & 4.
Deputy-commissioner, 289, & 2.
His duties and salary, 289-90, 2, 5.
Special commissioner, 290, % 9.
His powers and duties, 290, 29.
To refund duties illegally assessed, 307, 8 59.
Power to make general regulations, 290, % 10.
Supervisors of internal revenue, 290, § 11.
Detectives, 291, & 12 ; 313, & 84.
Internal revenue storekeepers, 291, 13.
Gaugers, 292, & 14.
To have charge of real estate purchased for the government, 313, & 83.

Sales thereof, 313, % 83.
COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS.

Salary of, 477, & 1.
To restore or otherwise dispose of models of rejected applications, 477, $ 2.
May require papers to be printed, 477, 8 5.
His jurisdiction over patent-agents, 477, 8 5.
To establish rules for taking depositions, 478, 10.
Appeals to, from examiners-in-chief, 479,8 11.
To rent rooms for the transaction of business, 478, 89.

Report of expenditures, 478, & 9.
COMMISSIONER OF PENSIONS.

To appoint surgeons to examine invalids, 484, & 12.

To furnish printed instructions without charge, 484, § 13.
COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS.

To keep free from obstruction, streets improved by the United States, 526, & 1.
To give permits for laying gas-pipes, &c., therein, 526, & 1.
Upon what conditions, 526, & 1.

Office of, abolished, and duties transferred to chief engineer of the army, 527, $ 3.
COMMISSIONERS.

To have power to take surety of the peace and for good behavior, 56, 1.
To have jurisdiction of cases of desertion by seamen, 130, 1.
To be appointed, to enforce the civil rights bill, 119, $ 4.
Their powers and duties, 119, & 4.

May appoint persons to serve process, 119, % 5.
COMMITTEES.

Powers of, in the District of Columbia, 189, & 116.
Former dayments to be valid, 189, 8 117.

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