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OREGON- Continued.

Navigable rivers to be public highways, 473, 8 2.
School lands, 473, % 3.
Lands for a university, 473, % 3.
Public buildings, 473, % 3.
Salt springs, 473, & 3.
Proceeds of sales of public lands, 474, X 3.
Taxation, 474, & 3.
Laws of the United States extended to, 474, % 5.
In the ninth judicial circuit, 111, & 1.
Terms of the circuit court, 102, 1; 474, 26.
When district judge to hold circuit court, 474, 8 7.
Special courts, 474, & 8.
Parties may waive jury trial, 474, 8 8.
Deputy-clerks, 474, 9.
Fees of clerks, 474, X 10.
Trial of issues of fact by the court, 475, 11.
Appeals and writs of error, 475, % 11.
District court, 475, % 12.
Terms, 103, % 8; 475, X 15.
Residence and compensation of officers, 475, & 13-14.
Assignment of Indian tribes partly in Washington, 271, % 5.
Salary of surveyor-general, 391, & 16.
Land laws extended to lands east of Cascade Mountains, 404, % 101.
Reclamation of swamp lends, 401, X 82-3.
Subdivision of donation claims, 404, & 102.
Failure to file notice, when not to work forfeiture, 404, & 103.
Additional land office, 475, & 16-17.
Compensation of assessor and assistant assessors, 295, % 22.

Of registers and receivers, 391, 8 22.
OSWEGATCHIE.

Compensation of collector, 225, § 5.

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

Compensation of collector, 225, § 5.

Additional inspectors of customs, 226, 8 9.
OXFORD.

Collection district of, abolished, 408, % 1.
Annexed to district of Baltimore, 408, % 2.

District court of Mississippi, to be held at, 419, & 1.
PACIFIC.

Mails on the Pacific coast, 496, 8 37–8.
Compensation of special mail agent, 193, & 7.

Compensation of assessors, &c., 295, % 22.
PADUCAH.

Circuit and district courts at, 387, 8 1.
PAINTING AND STATUARY.

Duties on imported, 230, % 36 ; 233, & 40.

Definition of statuary, 250, 8 84.
PAINTS.

Duties on imported, 230, $ 36 ; 233, & 39 ; 236, § 52; 240, § 58 ; 247, § 72.
PAMLICO.

Collection district, in North Carolina, 469, $ 1.
Port of entry, at Newbern, 469, § 1.

Salary of collector, 469, % 1.
PAPER.

Duties on imported, 232, & 39 ; 240, % 58; 241, 8 61.

On manufactures of, 232, & 39 ; 240, § 58.
PAPERS.

When warrant may issue for the seizure of books and papers, 270, 2 181.

Penalty for wilful concealment or destruction of such books or papers, 264, § 152.
PARDON.

President may grant partial pardons, 164, & 54.
PARKERSBURG.

A port of delivery, in West Virginia, 555, $ 7.

Circuit court to be held at, instead of Lewisburg, 555, 6.
PARTNERSHIP. See Limited Partnership.

Partnerships to be liable to the bankrupt law, 93, & 84.
Probate of debts, 93, & 84.
Assignees, 93, & 84.

PARTNERSHIP- Continued.

Distribution, 93, 284.
Separate estates, 94, 284.
Joint estates, 94, % 84.
Discharges, 94, & 84.

Jurisdiction, 94, & 84.
PASO DEL NORTE.

Collection district, in New Mexico, 466, & 5.

Jurisdiction of the district court, 466, 8 6
PASSAMAQUODDY.

Additional inspectors of customs, 226, 89.
PASSENGERS. See Coolie Trade.

Seduction of female passengers punished, 159, & 31.
No person to visit places assigned to emigrants, 159, 8 32.
Penalty for permitting such visits, 159, $ 32.
Notice to be posted, 159, % 33.
Penalty for neglect, 159, 2 33.
Stamp duties on passage tickets, 380, % 372.
Not to apply to vessels to and from British North America, 380, % 376.
Duties on receipts of railroads, &c., 358, & 281.
What to be deemed contiguous territory, within the passenger act, 476, 1.
Vessels to and from the Pacific, via Mexico and Central America, 476, 8 2.
Three copies of inspector's certificates to be given, 476, 8 3.
One to be posted, 476, $ 3.
Passenger list to be open to inspection, 476, 8 4.
To be sworn to, 476, & 4.
Penalty for neglect, 476, & 4.
Passenger lists to be delivered to consuls in Mexico and Central America, 476, & 5.
Penalty for neglect, 476, % 5.
Penalty for presenting false passenger list, 476, 8 6.
Passenger laws to be printed, 477, 8 7.
And posted in passenger vessels, 477, 8 7.
Penalty for neglect, 477, & 7.

Appropriation of penalties, 477, 8 8.
PASSPORTS.

To whom passports may be granted, 33, & 4.

Excise duty on, 359, 8 287.
PATENT AGENTS.

Special tax on, 348, 2 228.
Who to be deemed patent agents, 348, § 228.

Patent right dealers, 348, § 229.
PATENT MEDICINES.

Stamp duty on, 380, % 377.
Proprietors may furnish their own stamps, 372, 8 337.
How cancelled, 372, & 337.
Penalty for neglect, 372, & 337.
Penalty for counterfeiting stamps, 372, & 337.
Discount on proprietary stamps, 374, X 342.
Not to be sold without stamp, 375, % 346.
Penalty for removing stamp with fraudulent intent, 375, 8 347.
Penalty for selling without stamp, 375, 8 346 ; 377, 8 355.
Penalty for evading stamp duty, 375, 8 348.
All dealers to be deemed manufacturers, 376, & 350.
If intended for exportation, may be manufactured in bonded warehouses, 375, 8 349.
Bonds, 375, % 349.
Removal for exportation, 375, & 349.
Materials may be removed thither, 375, 8 349.

Superintendence of labor, 376, 8 349.
PATENT OFFICE. See Commissioner of Patents.

Examiners-in-chief, 479, 8 11.
Their duties, 479, & 11.
Appeals to the commissioner, 479, & 11.
Appeals to examiners-in-chief, 479, % 12.
Additional examiners, 477,8 4 ; 478, & 8.
Fees, 478, 26; 480, $ 20.
Act for appointment of agents repealed, 477, % 3.
Expenses not to exceed receipts, 477, & 4.
Salaries of officers, 477, & 1.
Printing of report of, regulated, 512, & 2.
Rooms to be rented for the transaction of business, 478, & 9.
Moneys to be paid into the treasury, without abatement, 478, & 9.

PATENTS.

Descriptions and claims to be printed, 178, 8 7.
Copy to be annexed to patents, 478, 27.
How depositions to be taken, 478, X 10.
Power to compel the attendance of witnesses, 478, & 10.
Fees and expenses to be tendered, 478,2 10.
Privileges of witnesses, 479, 10.
Fees not to be refunded, 479, % 13.
Fees for caveat not to be credited to applicant, 479, & 13.
Notice to caveators, how computed, 479, 8 13.
Improvements not to be included in reissue of patents, 479, 8 13.
Patents may be issued for original designs, 479, 8 14.
Term, 480, $ 14.
Extensions, 480, $ 14.
Applications not completed within two years to be considered abandoned, 480, $ 15.
Notice of applications for extensions, 480, 8 15.
Term of patents, 480, 2 16.
Extensions prohibited, 480, 8 16.
Renewal of oath dispensed with, 480, % 17.
Date of patents, 480, 8 18.
To be void on non-payment of patent fee within six months, 480, 2 18.
Time for payment extended, 480, 8 19.
How notice of patent to be given, 480, & 21.
Certified copies of letters patent to be evidence, 480, $ 22.
Errors and appeals in patent cases, 202, & 1.
Patent agents to pay special tax, 348, 228.

And patent-right dealers, 348, % 229.
PATENTS FOR LANDS.

When to issue for private land claims, 390, & 10.

When to issue for homestead grants, 396, 8 51.
PAWNBROKERS.

Special tax on, 347, % 217.

Who to be deemed pawnbrokers, 347, 8 217.
PAY.

Of general, 37, 87, n.
Of lieutenant-general, 37, X7, n.
Of non-commissioned cavalry officers, 39, § 27.
Of officers of military academy, 39, 8 38.
Of enlisted men in the ordnance, 40, % 39.
Of paymasters' clerks, 38, § 15, n.
Of brevet officers, 44, 8 69.
Of judge advocate general, 37, X 10.
Of judge advocates, 37, 8 10.
Of mounted officers, 50, % 30.
Of quartermaster sergeants of engineers, 50, & 129.
Of officers on leave, 49, & 118; 50, & 123.
Of cadets, 49, $ 120.
Of retired officers, 51, & 136 ; 52, 2 140.
Of soldiers employed as artificers and laborers, 50, & 127.
Of naval prisoners of war, 441, 877.
Of senior flag officer, 445, % 105.
Of chaplains in the navy, 445, % 106.
Of surgeons in the navy, 445, % 107.
Of assistant surgeons, 445, % 108-9.
Of paymasters, 445, 8 110.
Of sistant paymasters, 443, 8, 91.
Of paymasters' clerks, 443, 8 88, 97.
Of professors of mathematics, 446, X 11).
Of engineers in the navy, 448, 8 135.
Of warrant officers, 448, % 134 ; 446, % 112.
Of chiefs of bureaus, 446–7, % 113, 119.
Of officers on reserved list, 446, & 116.
Of clerks of yards, 447, & 117; 448, & 140.
Of commandants' clerks, 447, % 117-18.
Of commanders' secretaries, 447, & 120.
Of admiral, 448, & 138.
Of vice-admiral, 434, & 30.
Of rear-admirals, 447, & 121.
Of commodores, 447, 2 122.
Of captains, 447, 8 123.
Of commanders, 447, 2 124.
Of lieutenant-commanders, 447, & 125.
Of lieutenants, 447, 2 126.
Of masters, 446, 8 116; 447, & 127.
Of ensigns, 447, & 128.
Of midshipmen, 447–8, 129, 136.

PAY- Continued.

Of temporary officers, 447, X 133.
Of officers restored to the active list, 449, & 149.
Of officers restored to furlough or leave list, 449, 8 149.
Of officers transferred to leave list, 449, $ 150.
Of officers on the retired list, 450, % 153; 451, & 161, 164, 167.
Of officers in the revenue service, 530, Ø 11.
Sea service, how computed, 446, 8 114; 447–8, & 131, 134.
Furlough pay, 446, 115.

When increased pay to commence, 447, 8 130.
PAY DEPARTMENT.

Organization of the, 38, & 15.
Compensation of paymasters' clerks, 38, & 15.

Examination of officers, 523, & 146–50.
PAYMASTERS. See Assistant Paymasters.

Pursers in the navy to be styled, 443, § 88.
Approval of bonds of, 443, & 95.
Commanding officers not to act as, 443, 8 92.
Appointment of acting, 443, % 92.
Number of, 443, & 94.
Pay, 445, & 110.
Fleet paymasters, 433, & 25.
Promotion of, 444, 98, 100.
When examination may be waived, 444, & 101.
Settlement of accounts of paymasters in the army, 26, & 5.

Number of, in the army, 38, 15.
PAYMASTERS' CLERKS.

Classification of, 443, % 97.
What paymasters and assistant paymasters to be allowed clerks, 443–4, & 96–7.
Pay of, at navy yards, 443, & 88.

Compensation of, in the army, 38, & 15, n.
PEDLARS.

Special tax on, 349, & 237.
Who to be deemed pedlars, 349, 237.
Exceptions, 349, 2 237.

Penalty for refusing to exhibit receipt, 345, & 205.
PEMBINA.

Compensation of collector at, 225, $ 5.

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

Certain penalties to be refunded to owners and masters, 209, & 1.
Proof of bona fides to be made, 209, 1.
Treasury may remit penal duties in certain cases, 209, 2 2.
Limitation of suits for penalties under the revenue laws repealed, 210, 2 3.
Remission of, in certain cases, 263, & 144; 266, & 159 ; 269, & 176; 278, ở 16,
Vessels to be liable for, under the revenue laws, 268, % 169.

Distribution of, under the revenue laws, 269, 8 174; 270, X 180.
PENCILS.

Duties on imported, 232, 239; 240, 8 58; 248, & 72.
PENITENTIARY.

When prisoners convicted by courts martial may be sentenced to, 46, § 88; 47, 891.
Others to be discharged, 46, $ 89.

Mode of discharge, 46, & 90.
PENNSYLVANIA.

In the third judicial circuit, 111, & 1.
Terms of the circuit and district courts, at Erie, 481, & 1-2.

Collection districts, 481, 8 3.
PENS.

Duties on imported, 249, 8 74.
PENSACOLA.

Terms of the circuit and district courts at, 210, & 1.

Compensation of collector of customs, 228, 8 18.
PENSION AGENTS.

Fees of, 486, 227; 490, 262.
Penalty for demanding greater compensation, 486, & 28.

Compensation of agents for paying pensions, 490, 8 58–9.
PENSION OFFICE.

Pensions not to be paid to disloyal persons, 483-4, 86, 10.
Vol. 11.-41

PENSION OFFICE-Continued.

Their names to be stricken from the rolls, 490, $ 57.
Appointment of examining surgeons, 484, X 12.
Printed instructions to be furnished without charge, 484, & 13.
Declarations of claimants of pensions, 485, 8 19.
Investigation of attempted frauds, 485, % 20.
Limitation of pension claims, 485, % 21; 487, % 39.
Act of 1862 to extend to all cases, 488, 8 43.
Act of 1866 not to affect existing rights, 488, 8 45.
Act of 1865 not to affect pending applications, 488, 8 46.
All pensioners to be on the same footing, 489, % 54.
Peusions not to be assignable, 490, 8 60.
Nor liable to attachment, 490, 8 61.
Oath of attorneys, 490, 60.
Penalty for presenting fraudulent power of attorney, 490, 2 61.
Failure to claim pension, to be presumptive evidence of its termination, 491, & 63.

Special pensions to be subject to the pension laws, 491, 8 65.
PENSIONS.

INVALID.

Evidence on application for invalid pension, 482, & 3.
Exceptions, 482, & 3.
Chaplains to be entitled to, 44, 8 63.
Naval pensions for disability, 441, 8 75.
Invalid military and naval pensions, 483, & 7; 484, & 14, 16; 485, % 26; 487, 8 36 ; 488, & 41.
Surgeons to be appointed to examine invalids, 484, 8 12.
Biennial examinations, 484, & 17.
Fees of surgeons to be refunded, 485, 8 18.
Declarations of claimants of pensions, 485, & 19.
Amount of pensions increased, in certain cases, 486, 8 31 ; 489, & 53.
Special examinations, 485, 23.
Examining boards, 485, % 23.
Compensation, 485, & 23.
Acting assistant and contract surgeons to be entitled to pensions, 486, & 29.
Rights of heirs, 487, & 32.
Officers not mustered, 487, & 33.
Absentees on leave, &c., 487, & 34.
Computation of service, 487, 8 35.
Provost-marshals and enrolling officers, 488, 8 41.
Right to accrued pension, in case of death, pending application, 488, 8 44.
No pension to be granted, unless for disability incurred in the line of duty, 489, $ 49.

When certain pensions to commence, 491, % 64.
REVOLUTIONARY.

Revolutionary pensions increased, 482, & 2.
Pensions not to be granted to children, &c., of revolutionary soldier, unless claim established

in his lifetime, 482, & 1.
Widows' pensions, 482, X 3.
WIDOWS' AND CHILDREN's, &c.

Of widow's to continue during life, 490, % 55.
Of children, until sixteen years of age, 490, 2 55.
When to commence, 490, 55.
In case of death, or marriage of widow, to be paid to children, 490, 8 55.
Rate of, 490, 2 55.
How payable, 490, $ 56.
Pensions to widows and children, 483, & 8; 486, 8 30.
To mothers, 483, % 9.
To orphan sisters, 483, & 10.
To orphan brothers, and fathers, 487, % 38.
When to commence, 484, & 11.
Widow's pension to cease, on marriage, 485, % 22.
Pensions to widows, &c., of volunteers, 485, X 24.
On death of applicant, widow to be entitled, 485, % 25.
Proof of marriage of colored soldiers, 487, & 40; 488, 47.
Widows and children of certain officers, &c., to receive pensions, 486, 8 30.
When widow not to be entitled to pension for children, 487, 8 37.
Children's pensions increased, 488, 8 42.
Order of precedence among relatives, 489, & 48.
Rights of children by former wife, 489, 250.

Increased pension to be paid, though children be inmates of charitable institutions, 489, $ 51.
PERFUMERY AND COSMETICS.

Stamp duty on, 381, & 378.
Proprietors may furnish their own stamps, 372, & 337.
How cancelled, 372, % 337.
Penalty for neglect, 372,"337.
Penalty for counterfeiting stamps, 372, & 337.
Discount on proprietary stamps, 374, & 342.
Not to be sold without stamps, 375, % 346.

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