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DISTRICT ATTORNEYS - Continued.

Prosecution of seamen, &c., for minor offences, 165, X 60.
Dutics of, under the civil rights bill, 119, & 4.
Collectors of customs to report violations of law to, 268, 8 168.
Suits to be commenced, 268, 2 168.

In suits under internal revenue law, to report to commissioner, 313, & 82.
DISTRICT COURTS.

Holding of, in case of vacancy in the office of district judge, 175, 1.
Appointment of clerks, 111, 24.
Jurisdiction in bankruptcy, 74, X 1.
Powers of, in bankruptcy, 74, & 3.
Jurisdiction of, under the civil rights bill, 119, % 3.
How exercised, 119, % 3.
Trial of minor offences by seamen, &c., 165, 8 59-60.
Complaint, 165, 8 61.
Summary trial, 165, 8 62.
Limit of punishment, 165, 8 63.
Amendments, 165, 264.

Challenges, 165, 8 65.
DISTRICT JUDGES.

Salaries of, 406, & 5; 414, & 6 ; 461, % 21 ; 464, % 26; 467, & 4-5; 531, & 6.

When to hold circuit courts in California and Oregon, 102, & 2.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

Supreme court, 176, X 1.
General and special terms, 176, & 1.
Clerk, 176, X 2.
Jurisdiction, 176, & 3.
District court, 177, 8 3.
Criminal court, 177, X 3.
Terms of the courts, 177, 8 4.
Business at special terms, 177, 5.
Appeals to general term, 177, 8 6.
Rules of practice, 177, 8 6.
Trial of issues, 177, 27.
Bills of exception, 177, § 8.
New trials, 177, X 8.
Appeals, 177, 9.
Hearing of rules for new trial, &c., 177, % 9.
Teste of process, 177, X 10.
Jurisdiction of supreme court of the United States, 177, 8 11.
Jurisdiction, in bankruptcy, 75, 8 6.
Appeals from justices of the peace, 178, % 12.
Prosecution of pending causes, 178, 8 13.
Removal of justices, 178, % 14.
Salaries of judges, 178, % 19.
Former courts abolished, 178, % 15.
Deposit of fees on commencement of suit, 178, % 16.
Fees of clerk and marshal, 178, % 17.
Adjustment of clerks' accounts, 178–9, 220-4.
Compensation of bailiffs and criers, 169, % 25.
Exception in favor of absent parties repealed, 178, & 19.
Parties may be examined by their opponents, 180, 8 34.
Exceptions, 180, & 34.
Execution of commissioners from other states, or from foreign nations, 181, X 46.
When process to issue for witnesses, 181, § 47.
How testimony to be taken, 181, 8 48.
Process of contempt, 181, % 48.
Fees of witnesses, 181, 8 49.
Imprisonment of convicts, 182–3, % 55, 60.
Duties of secretary of the interior, 182, X 56.
Transportation of convicts, 182-3, % 57, 63.
Payment to discharged convicts, 183, 8 58.
Transfer to penitentiary, 183, X 59.
Mechanics' liens, 192-3,2 139-52.
Proceedings to enforce liens, 191, 138.
Notaries may take acknowledgments, 193, 2 153.
Register of deeds to be appointed, 193, % 154.
Otice of register, 193, % 155.
To be termed “recorder of deeds,” 194, X 159.
His fees, 194, X 160.
Divorces, 195-6, X 165–76.
Privileges of wife in case of desertion, 196, X 177.
Malicious trespasses, 197, & 181-5.
Streets improved by the United states not to be obstructed, 526, & 1.
Permits to be given for laying gas-pipes, &c., 526, & 1.
Penalty for obstructing such streets, 526, 8 2.

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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - Continued.

How recoverable, 526, 2, 2.
Depositions in criminal cases, 180, § 35.
Commissioners, 180, % 36.
Notice to district attorney, 180, % 37.
Cross-interrogatories, 180, % 38.
Service of notices, &c., 180, 39.
Issuing of commission, 181, $ 40.
Duties of commissioner, 181, & 41.
Exhibits to be annexed, 181, % 42.
Commissioner's certificate, 181, 43,
Unimportant deviations not to vitiate, 181, % 44.
Proceedings by attachment, 179, 8 26.
Service of process by publication, 179, 27.
Order of publication, 179, 7 28.
Effect of sales, 179, % 29.
Process against foreign corporations, 179, 8 30.
Judgments by default, 179, 231.
Actions against joint debtors, 180, 2, 32.
Costs on recovery of a sum below the jurisdiction, 180, 8 33.
Right of set-off, 181, 2, 50.
Plea of set-off, 182, 251.
Judgment, 182, 251.
Set-off of judgments, 182, 8 51.
Property exempt from execution, 182, 2 52.
Rights in exempted property, 182, $ 52.
Stay of execution in supreme court, 182, 8 53.
Effect of sale under decree in equity, 182, 2 54.
Civil jurisdiction of justices of the peace, 185, % 82.
Rules of practice, 185, 283.
Stay of execution, 185, % 84.
Process, 185, 285.
Removal of causes, 185, 285.
Punishment of disorderly conduct, 185, 8 86.
Arrests, 185, % 86.
Bail in criminal cases, 185, % 87.
Non-residents to give security for costs, 185, & 88.
Jurisdiction of assault and battery, and affray, 185, % 89.
Surety on appeal, 186, 8 90.
Proceedings on appeal, 186, % 91.
Rights of appellee, 186, X 92.
Court may make further rules, 181, 45.
Appointment of warden, 183, 61.
His powers and duties, 183, % 62.
Bond of warden, 183, 264.
Execution in capital cases, 183, ? 65.
Punishment of manslaughter, 183, & 66.
Unlawfully tapping government water-pipes, 183, 8 67.
Grand larceny, 184, 8 68.
Larceny or destruction of securities, 184, X 69.
Receiving stolen goods, 184, & 70.
Petit larceny, 184, % 71.
Receiving, 184, 71.
Embezzlement, 184, 72–3.
Receiving embezzled property, 184, 2 74.
Larceny and embezzlement by carriers and bailees, 184, 8 75.
Appointment notaries public, 186, § 93.
Oath and bond, 186, % 94.
Power of notaries, 186, % 95.
Protest of inland bills, 186, % 96.
Power to take acknowledgments and administer oaths, 186, % 97.
Records of notaries, 186, 298.
Notarial seals, 186, & 99.
Disposition of records, in case of death, &c., 187, % 100.
Record to be primâ facie evidence, 187, % 101.
Fees of notaries, 187, 8, 102.
Penalty for taking illegal fees, 187, 2 102.
How estates at will, &c., may be created and determined, 187, & 103.
Proceedings in case of forcibly entry, &c., 187, 104.
Proceedings where defendant claims title, 187, 2 105.
Proceedings on appeal, 187, 8 106.
Damages, 188, & 107.
Fees, 188, 2 108.
Right of distress abolished, 188, % 109.
Landlord's lien, 188, 109.
How enforced, 188, & 109.
Declaration in replevin, 188, 2 110.
Affidavit and security, 188, % 110.
Practice in replevin, 188, 111.

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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA— Continued.

Appearance, 188, % 112.
Damages, 188, % 113.
Judgment, 189, 2. 114-15.
Powers of guardians and committees appointed in the states, &c., 189, 116.
Former payments to be valid, 189, % 117.
Defective acknowledgments validated, 193, & 156.
Acknowlelgments, how taken, 194, % 157–8.
Certain records to be valid, 195, % 161.
In suits for libel, the truth may be given in evidence, 198, % 186.
Limited partnerships, 189-91, 2, 118-37.
Probate of wills may be taken on commission, 195, & 162.
Rights of married women, 195, 8 163-4.
Trade-marks, 197, 2 178–9.
Names, how changed, 197, % 180.
Elections, 198-200, 2 187--206.

Certain sales to be valid, 200, 2 207.
DIVIDENDS. See Bankruptcy.

When banking companies to declare, 65, X 33.
Not to be declared upon capital, 66, % 39.
Tax on dividends, 364, 300.
How paid, 364, X 300.
Returns, 364, 2, 300.
Penalty for default, 364, % 300.

Returns where no dividends are declared, 364, 2 301.
DIVINE SERVICE.

Attendance on, in the navy, 435, X 44.

How conducted by chaplains, 445, $ 105.
DIVORCE.

Jurisdiction of courts of the District of Columbia, 195, & 165.
Petition, 195, % 166.
Process and return, 195, % 166.
Proof, 195, 2, 166.
Causes of divorce a vinculo matrimonii, 195, % 167.
Causes of divorce a mensa et thoro, 196, 8 168.
Residence of complainant, 196, & 169.
When not to bastardize the issue, 196, X 170–2.
Alimony, 196, & 173.
Name, 196, & 173.
Custody of children, 196, % 174.
Alimony, pendente lite, 196, & 175.

When alimony to be forfeited, 196, 8 176.
DOCUMENTS.

To be received and distributed by the department of the interior, 284, X 1-2.
Room to be provided in the patent office, 284, % 1.
Register of, to be kept, 284, 3.
Reports to be made to congress, 284, & 3.
On whose requisition to be delivered, 284, 8 4.
Expenses, 285, & 4.
Distribution of, 285, % 5.
Wilkes's Expedition excepted, 285, % 6.
Documents not to be removed from places of deposit, 285, & 8.
Printing of, regulated, when ordered by both houses, 512, & 1.
Number of copies, 512, & 1.
Distribution, 512, 1.
To be furnished to printers in advance of the annual reports, 513, & 7.

Number to be printed, 513, 29.
. Printing of extra copies, 517, & 34.

Appropriation of proceeds, 517, & 34.
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC.

Treaty with, for extradition of criminals, 208, n.
DRAWBACK.

On foreign hemp manufactured and exported, 235, $ 45.
On manufactures of imported materials, 235, % 49.
Ten per cent. to be retained, 235, 8 49.
On gunpowder, 262, 2 136.
Charges on weighable articles, 262, 2 137.
Charges on gaugeable articles, 262, 2 138.
On manufactures subject to excise duty, 382, 383.
Certificates to be received in payment of duties, 382, & 383.
Penalty for fraudulent attempt to obtain drawback, 382, 2384.
Not to be allowed on tobacco, 382, n.
Nor on friction matches, 377, 2352.
When to be allowed, 382, 385.

DRAWBACK --Continued.

Secretary to designate collector to discharge duties relating to, 296, X 27.
On alcohol and rum, 382, & 386.
Penalties for fraud, 383, 2386.
How alcohol and rum may be exported, with privilege of, 383, 387.
Form of entry, 383, 8 387.
Oath and bond, 383, % 387.
Bills of lading, 383, 8 387.

Jurisdiction, &c., 383, 387.
DRUGS.

Duties on imported, 229, 233; 230, 8 37 ; 236-8, & 52-4; 247, & 71-2.
DUBUQUE.

Terms of the district and circuit courts at, 384, 1, 6.
DUNKIRK.

Compensation of collector, 225, 25.

Additional inspectors of customs, 226, % 9.
DUTIES.

On imports, 229-55, % 32-101.
On goods on shipboard, and in the public warehouses, 240, & 59 ; 250, % 77.
Increase of certain specific duties, 235, & 47 ; 238, 8 54–5.
Ad valorem duties, 230–3, 36-9; 235, 2 51; 237, 8 53; 239, 8 58; 245–6, 8 68–70.
On articles imported in foreign vessels, 249, & 75.
Additional duties on certain imports, 235, & 51 ; 239, & 56 ; 249, 8 76 ; 250, X 85 ; 253, 95.
Foreign vessels of war may purchase from public stores, free of duty, 241, $ 60,
When penal duties to be levied, 261, 2 129.
How collected in case of obstruction at port of entry, 263, & 139.
When custom-house may be established at any place, on land or shipboard, 263, & 140.
When penal duties may be refunded, 209, 8 2.
How ad valorem duties to be estimated, 235, % 44.
Where goods of different values are in the same invoice, 235, 8 46.
Empty vessels may be reimported, free of duty, 250, & 80.
Personal baggage to be free, 250, 8 81.
On reimportations, 251, % 89.
When objects of art to be free of, 253, % 96.
Decision of collector, as to rate and amount, to be final, unless appealed from within ten days,

256, & 106.
Decision of secretary to be conclusive, unless suit be brought within ninety days, 257, 8 106.
When duties paid in excess to be refunded, 257, & 108.
Duties on goods destroyed in store to be abated, 261, § 131.
Executions on judgments for, to be discharged in coin, 264, % 146.
Goods destined for the British provinces or Mexico, may be entered and transported, without pay.

ment of, 258, % 114.
Products of the United States may be transported across adjacent territory, without affecting lia-

bility to, 258, & 115.

In action for duties illegally exacted, bill of particulars to be furnished, 262, & 135.
DYES AND DYESTUFFS.

Duties on imported, 233, & 40; 237, 8 53; 247, 8 71-2.
EARTHENWARE.

Duties on imported, 246, 70.
EARTHS.

Duties on imported, 236, 8 52.
EATING-HOUSES.

Special tax on, 348, X 226.
What to be deemed eating-houses, 348, & 226.
Not to be required to take confectioner's license, 348, & 226.

When no license required by, 351, 8 256.
EDUCATION.

Department of, 201, & 1.
Duties of commissioner, 201, % 2.
Annual reports, 201, % 3.
Offices, 201, % 4.

Transferred to department of the interior, 201, $ 5.
EGYPT.

Judicial power of ministers and consuls, 138, & 34.
ELECTION.

Of senators in congress, 130-1, & 1-3.
Of members of congress, to be by single districts, 131, & 6.
Who may take testimony in contested election cases, 202, & 3.
Federal officers not to interfere in state elections, 201, 8 1.
Military officers not to prescribe qualifications of voters, 201, $ 1.
Penalty for violation, 202, & 1-2.

ELECTION - Continued.

Qualifications of voters, in the District of Columbia, 198, % 187 ; 199, & 202.
Penalty for refusing votes of qualified electors, 198, 8 188.
For interfering with voters, 198, 8 189.
Duties of the courts, 198, X 190.
List of voters to be prepared, 198, % 191.
To be posted, 198, & 192 ; 199, & 199.
Duties of election officers, 198, & 193.
Penalty for bribery of electors, 198, 8 194.
For accepting bribes, 198, % 195.
For voting by an unqualified person, 199, 2 196.
For illegal voting by a qualified elector, 199, 8 197.
Election judges, 199, & 198.
Correction of lists, 199, & 198; 200, % 202.
Compensation of election officers, 199, X 200.
Commissioners of election, 199, & 201.
Qualifications of election officers, 200, % 202.
Certificate to be primâ facie evidence of election, 200, % 203.
Penalty for obstructing person holding such certificate, 200, % 204.
Jurisdiction of supreme court, 200, % 205.
Trial of contested elections, 200, % 206.

Temporary appointments, 200, 2 206.
EMBEZZLEMENT.

Punishment of, by officers of banking companies, 70, 8 57.
Of accessories thereto, 70, 8 58.
By persons in the military or naval service, 211, 1.
By public officers or agents, 212, & 3.
By officers of internal revenue, 308, & 63.
By employees of the post office department, 509, & 145.
Of implements for stamping bonds, &c., 158, & 211.
Of public writings, 158, % 25.
By disbursing officers, 161, 841; 528, & 4.
What to be deemed embezzlement of public property, by bankers, &c., 161, 8 42 ; 528, 4.
Punishment of, in the navy, 436, 48.
Neglect to pay in proceeds of abandoned property to be deemed, 283, 8 48.
Punishment of, in the District of Columbia, 184, & 72.
What to be deemed, 184, & 73.
Receiving embezzled property, 184, 8 74.

By carriers and bailees, 184, 8 75.
EMBROIDERIES.

Duties on imported, 231-2, & 39 ; 239-40, 8 58.
EMIGRANTS.

Commissioner of immigration, 223, & 1.
Contracts for repayment of expenses out of wages, to be enforced, 223, & 2.
Advances to be a lien on after-acquired lands, 223, & 2.
Superintendent, at New York, 223, & 3.
Disqualifications for appointment, 223, & 4.
Penalty for receiving illegal fees, 223, & 5.

Annual reports of commissioner, 223, 2 6.
ENGINEERS.

Organization of engineer corps, 38, % 16.
Engineer soldiers, 38, & 17.

Promotions, 40, % 29.
ENGINEERS OF STEAMBOATS.

Fees for license, in certain ports, 538, % 9.
Of ferry-boats, &c., to be classified and licensed in certain cases, 539, 11.

Penalty for refusing to serve, 539, & 14.
ENGINEERS OF THE NAVY.

Appointment of, 434, % 39.
Rank and pay, 434, % 39; 444, & 102; 448, & 135.
Promotion to rank of engineer in chief, 444, § 103.
Appointment of fleet engineers, 433, & 25.

Number of engineers, for vessels, 444, 8 104.
ENLISTMENTS.

Who may be enlisted in the army, 45, 8 73; 46, & 80.
Age and size, 45, % 73.
Minors not to be enlisted without consent of parents, &c., 45, % 73.
Penalty for so doing, 45, $ 73.
Oath to recruits, 45, % 74, 76.
Term of, 46, % 81.
Certain bounties for re-enlistment abolished, 45, 2 75.
Enlistment of minors, over eighteen, authorized, 45, 8 77.

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