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ENLISTMENTS - Continued.

Premium for recruits, 45, % 78.
Minors may be enlisted in the marines, 407, & 1.
Penalty for enlisting deserters, minors, &c., 46, & 79.

Rendezvous for recruits, 46, X 80.
ENROLMENT.

Of vessels on the northern frontier, 122, 2 1.
Of vessels on the western waters, 122, & 2.

To be withheld, until payment of duties on equipments purchased abroad, 123, & 5.
ENSIGNS.

Number of, in the navy, 432, § 9.
Relative rank of, 433, & 18.
Pay, 447, 2 128.

Students in the naval academy to be commissioned as, 451, & 171.
ENTRY OF MERCHANDISE.

Allowance for tare how estimated, 255, & 102.
No allowance to be made for draft, 255, % 102.
Invoices to be in triplicate, 255, $ 104.
To be endorsed by consul, 255, % 104.
How disposed of, 255, 2 104.
No goods to be admitted to entry without such certified invoice, 256, & 104.
Penalty for making entry, by means of false invoice, &c., 256, ở 104.
When entry may be made by giving bond, 256, 104.
Powers of the secretary, 256, 2 104.
Remission of forfeitures, 256, % 104.
Duties of consuls, &c., 255, % 103.
Goods not exceeding $100 in value may be entered, without producing triplicate invoices, 258, § 112.
When collectors to take possession of goods remaining on board, 261, § 127.
Penalty for making entry by false representations, 264, 148.
Penalty for admitting fraudulent entries, 264, % 149.
When goods may be released on payment of value, 264, & 150.

Stamp duties on, 270, 278.
ENTRY OF VESSELS. See Manifests.

Acts relating to manifests to apply to foreign vessels, 229, 29.
Masters of foreign vessels to report, on arrival, 229, & 31.

Secretary to regulate placing inspectors on board, 229, 8 30.
ERIE.

Circuit and district courts to be held at, 481, & 1-2.
District of Presque Isle to be called, 481, 3.
Compensation of collector, 225, 5.

Additional inspectors of customs, 226, 29.
ERRORS AND APPEALS.

In cases of patent and copyright, 202, & 1.
In prize causes, 393, & 13.
Proceedings where both parties appeal, 541, 2 1.
United States may appeal without security, 202, & 2; 203, § 8.
Payment of costs, 202, & 2.
Appeals from state courts to the circuit courts, in suits for acts done by order of the president,

112, & 7.
Appeals to supreme court, 112, % 8.
Error or appeal may be prosecuted from territorial courts, notwithstanding admission as a state,

543, %1.
To whom mandate to be directed, 543, & 1.
Appeals from court of claims, 148, & 5; 150, 2 14; 152, & 26.
Writ of error to stay execution of capital sentence, 166, & 75.
Bail in error in criminal cases, 202, § 3.
Error to the state courts, 203, & 4.
Certain appeals and writs of error to be valid, 203, & 5.
When the district judge may dispose of appeals in the circuit court, 203, 8 6.

Error in revenue cases, 203, 87.
ESCAPE.

Punishment for permitting prisoner to escape, 160, 36.

In the navy, 437, 8 48.
ESTIMATES.

How made for the departments, 173, & 1.
Heads of bureaus in the navy department, to furnish, 457, 16.

Of the post office department, 494, % 21.
EVIDENCE. See Wiiness 8.

Laws of the states to be rules of decisions as to the competency of witnesses, 204, & 1.
How depositions taken, to be used in foreign courts, 204, 8 2.
Penalty for refusing to testify, 204, $ 3.
Fees of witnesses, 204, 8 4.

EVIDENCE - Continued.

How commissions to foreign countries to be returned, when the United States is a party, 204, 2 5.
In the District of Columbia, parties may be examined by their opponents, 180, ở 34.
Witnesses not to be excluded on account of color, 204, 8 6.
Nor by reason of interest, 204, & 6.
When executors, &c., may be witnesses, 204, 7.
Testimony or answer of a party, not to be used against him, in a criminal prosecution, 204, 28.
How testimony taken before naval courts martial, 438, 8 54.
In bankruptcy, 99, & 106.
Of loyalty, what to be, 150, X 22.
Copies of post office accounts, to be evidence, 205, % 9.
And statements mailed to delinquent postmasters, 205, % 10.

Copies of consular records to be evidence, 205, 8 11.
EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS. Sce Decedents' Estates ; Succession Duties.

When to be examined as witnesses, 204, & 7.
To pay legacy and succession duties, 366, 8 307.
To render accounts, 366, 2307.
Effect of receipt, 367, @ 307.

Penalty for default, 367, 8 307.
EXEMPTION. .

What property to be exempt, under the bankrupt law, 80, & 25.

Not to pass by the assignment, 80, % 25.
EXHIBITIONS.

Special tax on public, 350, & 243.

To be available for one state only, 350, & 243.
EXPATRIATION.

Right of, declared, 32, & 2.
EXPRESS CARRIERS.

Special tax on, 351, & 254.

Who to be deemed express carriers, 351, 2 254.
EXPRESS COMPANIES.

Excise duty on receipts of, 359, % 282.
Monthly returns to be made, 359, 8 286.
Payment of duties, 359, & 286.
Penalty for neglect to make returns, 359, 286.
Books to be open to inspection, 359, 2 286.

Penalty for non-payment of tax, 359, § 286.
EXTORTION.

Punishment of, in the navy, 437, § 48.
By assessors, 294, § 21.
By collectors of internal revenue, 306, § 51.
Penalty for extortion, by threats to inform, 310, $ 67.

Under the bankrupt law, 98, § 99.
EXTRADITION.

How papers to be authenticated, 205, & 1.
Persons brought into the United States, under extradition treaties, to be protected from lawless

violence, 206, 22.
Agents to have the powers of marshals, 206, $ 3.
Penalty for obstructing agent, or rescuing prisoner, 206, 4.
Treaty with France, 206, & 5.
With Italy, 206-7, 6-11.
With Baden, 207, & 12-14.
With Sweden, 208, & 15-20.
With Venezuela, 208, & 21-4.

With the Dominican Republic, 208, n.
FALMOUTH.

Additional inspectors of customs at, 226, 9.
FANS AND FIRE-SCREENS.

Duties on imported, 232, & 39; 240, 8 58; 249, 2 74.
FEATHERS.

Duties on imported, 238, 8 55 ; 248, 872–3.
FEES.

Of clerks of courts, in bankruptcy, 98, % 101.
Of marshals, in bankruptcy, 99, % 102.
Of registers in bankruptcy, 98, & 101.
Tariff of fees, 99, & 103.
Of clerks of courts, in the tenth circuit, 103, & 6.
Of clerk, district attorney and marshal in the District of Columbia, 209, & 1-3.
Of notaries, in the District of Columbia, 187, % 102.
Of consuls, 139, % 38 ; 140, $ 44.
Voi. II.-39

FEES — Continued.

Of officers, under the civil rights bill, 119, $ 7.
Limitation, 209, 1-2.
Of custom-house officers, on the northern frontier, 226–7, 8 10.
Collection, 226, & 6.
For exemplifications, in the general land office, 389, & 1.
In the patent office, 478, 6; 480, % 20.

Of recorder of deeds, in the District of Columbia, 194, ở 160.
FEME COVERTS.

Wife deserted by her husband may have privileges of feme sole, in the District of Columbia,

196, & 177.
Proceedings to vacate order, 196, & 177.
Wife may sue for detention of her property, 197, & 177.

Damages, 197, % 177,
FERRY-BOATS.

Excise duty on receipts of, 358, 8 281.
FINE.

Sentence of fine to be a judgment-debt, 164, % 55.
Certain fines to be refunded, 209, % 1.
Limitation of actions for fines under the revenue laws repealed, 210, & 3.

Distribution of certain fines and penalties, 201, 8 61; 270, $ 180.
FISH.

Duties on imported, 229, & 34; 233, & 39–40; 240, % 58.

On fish preserved in oil, 231, 8 39 ; 248, 73.
FISHERIES.

Bounties not to be paid until proof of payment of duties on imported salt, 210, $ 1.
Act of 1813 extended to the mackerel fishery, 210, 2 2.
Act requiring three-fourths of crew to be citizens repealed, 408, & 1.
Fishing bounties abolished, 210, $ 3.

Fishing vessels may take salt in bond, 210, & 3.
FLAG OFFICER.

When to be entitled to share of prize, 439, 8 67; 521, & 10.
Retired officers may be assigned to duty as, 451, 160.
Senior, in the navy, 431, 2.

Pay of, 445, & 105.
FLAX.

Duties on imported manufactures of, 240, 8 58 ; 245, 8 68.
FLOGGING.

Abolished in the army, 46, % 83.

And in the navy, 437, § 49.
FLORIDA.

In the fifth judicial circuit, 111, & 1.
Terms of the northern district, 210, & 1-2.
Georgia grants confirmed, 401, % 88.

Land claims, 401-3, 8 89-100.
FLORIN.

Of Austria, how estimated, 126, 8 17.
FLOWERS.

Duties on imported artificial, 248, 8 73.
FORAGE.

To be drawn in kind, 49,8 114.
When to be commuted, 49, 8 114.

Forage of mounted officers, 49, 115.
FORFEITURE.

Of vessels engaged in the coolie trade, 145, % 1.
Remission of, in certain cases, 263, & 144; 266, & 159 ; 269, & 173; 278, 16.
Of vehicles carrying smuggled goods, 267, 8 165.
Of buildings and goods, 266, 161.

Distribution of certain forfeitures, 270, 180.
FORGERY.

Of bank notes punished, 71, 8 62.
Uttering forged notes, 71, & 62.
Engraving plates, &c., 71, 8 63.
Having possession of paper, &c., 71, % 63.
Of evidence of title to land in California, 106-7, & 22-4.
Of Mexican documents, 106, 23.
Making use of such forged instruments, 107, & 24.
Of bounty land warrants, 154, 12.

FORGERY - Continued.

Of treasury notes, &c., 154-7, 8 13-19.
Of papers in support of fictitious claims against the government, 211-12, & 1, 3.
Of postal money orders, 159, & 30; 509, % 146.
Of documents under the bankrupt law, 98, 100.
Of public writings, 157, & 20.
Buying or selling forged public securities, 157, § 21.

Stamping forged bonds, &c., 157, § 22–4.
FRANCE.

Treaty for extradition of criminals extended, 206, & 5.
FRANKFORT.

Circuit and district courts at, 387, 8 1.
FRANKING PRIVILEGE.

Who to enjoy the, 500, $ 70.
Limitation, 500, $ 70.
Of the president and vice-president, 500, % 71.
Commissioner of agriculture, 27, & 3.
Commissioner of internal revenue, 290, % 6.
Heads of bureaus in the navy department, 457, 8 17.
Official communications, 500, $72.
Congressional printer, 28, % 3.
Director of statistics, 129, 2.
Copyright matter to be free of postage, 147, Ở 8.
Of revenue officers, 500, $ 73.

How exercised, 500, $ 74.
FRAUDS.

Punishment of certain fraudulent practices by persons in the military or naval service, 211, 21.
To be subject to the articles of war, 211, & 1.
And triable by court martial, 211, & 1.
Liability to continue notwithstanding dismissal, 212, & 2.
Punishment of like frauds by civilians, 212, & 3.
Jurisdiction of the federal courts, 212, 8 4.
Duties of district attorneys, 212, 8 5.
Prosecutor to receive one-half of the forfeiture, 212, 6.
Limitation of prosecution, 212, & 7.
Certain persons not to act as agents for the government, 212, % 8.
Penalty therefor, 212, & 8.
Repealing and saving clauses, 212, & 9.
Duties of solicitor of the treasury, in relation to frauds on the revenue, 264, & 147.
Penalty for making entry by false representations, 264, % 148.
Penalty for admitting fraudulent entries, 264, $ 149.
Penalty for offering gratuities to officers, 264, & 151.
Books and papers may be seized, 270, % 181.

Penalty for wilful concealment or destruction of books or papers, 264, % 152.
FREIGHT.

Lien for, to be paid before delivery of imports from bonded warehouses, 261, & 128.

In case of forfeiture, to be paid out of proceeds, 261, & 128.
FRUIT AND NUTS.

Duties on imported, 230, & 36-7; 232, 39 ; 235, & 47 ; 247, 8 71.

On preserved fruits, 232, 2 39.
FUGITIVES FROM LABOR.

Not to be returned by military officers, 46, 87.

Punishment for violation, 46, 8 87.
FURLOUGHS.

Power of commanding officers to grant, 52, § 144.
FURNITURE.

Duties on imported, 232, & 39; 234, 8 40; 240, 2 58.
FURS.

Duties on imported, 249, X 74.

On manufactures of, 231, & 39 ; 239, 8 58.
GALENA.

Inspectors of steamboats at, 538, % 12.
GALVESTON.

Compensation of collector of customs, 228, § 18.
GAS.

Excise duties on, 356, % 275.
Rate of duty, how ascertained, 356, & 275.
Upon what products, duty to be estimated, 356, & 275.

GAUGERS.

Appointment of internal revenue, 292, & 14.
Their powers and duties, 292, 8 14.
Fees, 292, 2 14.
Daily returns, 292, & 14.
Penalty for neglect of duty, 292, & 14.
Duties of, on affixing tax-paid liquor stamps, 324-5, § 123–5.
What stamps may be intrusted to, 326, & 129.

How accounted for, 326, & 129.
GENERAL.

Pay, staff and emoluments of, 37, 87.
All orders to be issued through, 54, 8 157.
Not to be liable to removal, suspension, &c., 54, § 157.
Penalty for violation, 54, 157.

May authorize trading establishments at certain posts, 54, § 158.
GENESEE.

Compensation of collector, 225, $ 5.

Additional inspectors of customs, 226, § 9.
GEORGETOWN.

Compensation of collector of customs, 228, % 18.
GEORGIA.

In the fifth judicial circuit, 111, & 1.
Terms of the district court, 213, & 1-2.

Collection districts, 213, 3-4.
GIFT ENTERPRISES.

Special tax on, 350, & 245.

What to be deemed gift enterprises, 350, & 245.
GLASS.

Duties on imported manufactures of, 246, & 70.

On unmanufactured, 230, $ 36; 233, & 40; 246–7, 8 70.
GLOVES.

Duties on imported, 249, 8 73.
GLUE.

Duties on imported, 230, & 37.
GRADUATION.

Act for graduation of the price of public lands repealed, 393, & 36.
GRAIN.

Duties on imported, 230, % 35 ; 249, 2 74.
To be weighed instead of measured, 258, & 113.

Parts of buildings may be bonded, for storage of, 262, & 134.
GRAND JURIES.

How composed, 165, & 66.
Challenges to grand jurors, 165, & 66.
Twelve to concur in finding a true bill, 165, 8 66.
Appointment of foreman, 165, 8 66.

Power to administer oaths, 165, 8 66.
GRAND RAPIDS.

District court at, 410, 8 6-7.
GRINDERS.

Special tax on grinders of coffee and spices, 351, 8 255

Who to be deemed such, 351, 8 255.
GUANO.

Act prohibiting exportation of, suspended, 213, 1.
GUARDIANS.

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

When to be examined as witnesses, 204, 8 7.
GUMS.

Duties on imported, 236–7, 8 52.
GUNPOWDER.

Duties on imported, 249, % 74.
On fulminates, &c., 239, 2 55.
On percussion caps, 248, & 72.
On fire-crackers, 249, & 74.
Fire-crackers may be warehoused, 250, 8 77.
Draw back on, 262, 2 136.

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