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PERFUMERY AND COSMETICS - Continued.

Penalty for removing stamp with fraudulent intent, 375, & 347.
Penalty for selling without stamp, 375, & 346 ; 377, % 355.
Penalty for evading stamp duty, 375, 8 348.
All dealers to be deemed manufacturers, 376, 8 350.
If intended for exportation, may be manufactured in bonded warehouses, 375, 8 349.
Bonds, 375, 8 349.
Removal for exportation, 375, 349.
Removal of materials, 375, X 349.
Superintendence of labor, 376, % 349.

Duties on imported, 231, § 39 ; 237, 8 52; 248, & 72.
PERJURY.

In reference to bounty lands, punished, 101, 87.
In reference to public contracts, 142, 8 4.
Violation of oath of allegiance, by employees of the departments, 173, % 4.
In reference to claims against the government, 211-12, 1, 3.
Violation of jurors' oath, 285, % 3.
Before naval courts martial, 438, % 54.
Form of indictment, 438, % 54.
Violation of oath of allegiance, 470, % 1, 3.
Under the bankrupt law, 77, 8 14.
Under the internal revenue law, 307, & 57.

Under the homestead law, 397, & 56.
PERSIA.

Judicial powers of minister and consuls, 137, 8 30.
PERSONATION.

Of revenue officers, punishment of, 158, & 26; 292, & 15.
PETROLEUM. See Coal-Oil.

Duties on imported, 250, 8 83.
Special tax on coal-oil distillers, 348, & 224.

How laden, on steamboats, 540, § 22.
PEWTER.

Duties on imported, 244, 64.
PHILADELPHIA.

Chief clerk to assistant treasurer, 547, 8 16.
When to act as assistant treasurer, 547, 8 17.
Duties of clerks, 547, 8 18.
Boundaries of port of, 481, 87.
Camden annexed to collection district of, 481, 84.

Compensation of custom-house officers, 228, ở 19, 22.
PHILOSOPHICAL INSTRUMENTS.

Duties on imported, 250, % 79.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.

Special tax on, 349, & 239.

Who to be deemed photographers, 349, 239.
PHYSICIANS.

Special tax on, 350, & 248.
Who to be deemed physicians, 350, & 248.

May make up their own prescriptions, 351, 8 256.
PICKLES AND SAUCES.

Duties on imported, 231, & 39 ; 239, 8 58.
PILOTS.

Fees for license, in certain ports, 538, & 9.
Of ferry-boats, &c., to be classified and licensed, in certain cases, 539, 8 11.
Penalty for refusing to serve, 539, & 14.
No state to make discrimination in rates of pilotage, 429, & 34.
Sea-going steamers to be under the control of licensed pilots, 429, 8 35 ; 540, $ 25.
Except on the high seas, 429, 35; 541, % 25.

State regulations affirmed, 429, % 35.
PIPES.

Duties on imported, 249, 8 74.
PIRACY.

Vessels fitted ont for piratical purposes to be liable to seizure, 427, & 9.
To be condemned and sold, 427, 8 9.
Commanders of public ships to seize such vessels, 427, % 10.

And collectors and marshals, 427, & 11.
PLANTS.

Duties on imported, 238, 2 55.

PLATE.

Excise duty on, 358, 280.
PLATED WARE.

Duties on imported, 233, 8 39 ; 240, % 58.
PLATINA.

Duties on imported, 234, 40.
PLATTSBURG.

Port of entry transferred to, from Rouse's Point, 468, & 13.

Collector to reside at, 468, % 13.
PLAYING CARDS.

Duties on imported, 248, 272.
Stamp duty on, 382, & 381.
Proprietors may furnish their own stamps, 372, § 337.
How cancelled, 372, 2, 337.
Penalty for neglect, 372, & 337.
Penalty for counterfeiting stamps, 372, & 337.
Discount on proprietary stamps, 374, 8 342.
Penalty for removing stamp with fraudulent intent, 375, & 347.
Penalty for selling without stamp, 375, 8 346; 377, % 355.

All dealers to be deemed manufacturers, 376, 8 350.
PLUMBERS AND GAS-FITTERS.

Special tax on, 350, 2 251.

Who to be deemed plumbers and gas-fitters, 350, $ 251.
PLUNDERING.

Punishment of, in the navy, 436, 48.
POLICIES OF INSURANCE.

Stamp duties on, 379, 8 368.

On assignments of, 380, 8 371.
PORT ANGELOS.

A port of entry, in place of Port Townsend, 552, & 9.
PORTLAND.

Terms of the circuit court at, 102, & 1; 474, 8 6.
Terms of the district court at, 103, 88; 475, % 15.
To be a port of delivery, 475, 8 19.
Surveyor, 475, % 19.
Additional inspectors of customs, 226, % 9.
Compensation of custom-house officers, 228, $ 19, 22.
Revenue officers at, 225, & 3.

Additional inspectors of steamboats at, 538, 8 7.
PORT ORFORD.

Collection district of, abolished, 475, § 18.
PORT ROYAL.

To be a port of entry, in South Carolina, 537, & 3.
Officers of the customs, 537, 8 3.

Transferred to Beaufort, 537, 8 4.
PORTS.

When ports of delivery may be discontinued, 228, 224.
Certain ports of delivery abolished, 228, % 24.
In case of obstruction at ports of entry, duties may be collected at any port of delivery, 263, & 139.
Officers of such ports, 263, & 139.
Limits to be fixed, 263, & 139.
Ports may be closed by proclamation, 263, & 142.
Penalty for entering or attempting to enter such ports, 263, & 142.

Ports of entry on the Red River may be established, 229, & 28.
POSTAGE.

On letters of soldiers, &c., need not be prepaid, 501, 8 75, 77,
Prepaid letters to be forwarded to soldiers, 501, % 76.
No mail matter to be delivered before payment of, 501, ở 77.
Upon what, postage to be prepaid, 501, % 80.
Prepayment of postage on periodicals, 501, & 81.
Single postage weight, 501, & 84.
Rate of postage on mail letters, 501, 885.
On drop letters, 501, 8 86; 506, & 121.
What to be charged with letter postage, 502, & 87.
Manuscripts and proofs, 502, & 87.
Address and subscription bills, 502, & 87.
Non-enumerated matter to pay letter postage, 502, & 88.
When double postage to be charged, 502, § 89.
Rate on returned letters, 502, % 92.
On forwarded letters, 502, 893.

POSTAGE- Continued.

On ship letters, 502, 2 94.
On registered letters, 502, X 95.
Single rate for printed matter, 503, % 96.
Transient matter, 503, 97.
Newspapers and periodicals, 503, & 98; 504, X 108.
Periodicals issued less than weekly, 503, & 99.
Letters not to be received by ships, unless regularly posted, 495, 8 32.
Affidavit of master, 495, % 32.

Rates of foreign postage, 504, X 106.
POSTAL CONVENTIONS.

Printing and distribution of, 28, 4.
POSTAL MONEY ORDERS.

Money order offices to be established, 507, 8 135.
Postal money orders to be issued, 507, 8 135.
Notice to drawee, 507, & 135.
Penalty for issuing order without receiving money, 507, & 135.
Forms to be prepared, 507, X 136.
Applications to be filed, 508, % 136.
Amounts regulated, 508, % 137 ; 510, % 149.
Fees, 510, % 151.
When orders may be changed, 508, & 138.
Repayments, 508, & 138.
Presentation of orders, 508, % 139.
To be valid for one year, 510, $ 150.
Whien duplicate to issue, 508, 8 139 ; 510, $ 150.
How duplicates to be issued, 510, & 152.
Endorsements regulated, 508, & 140.
Compensation of postmasters, 508, % 141; 510, 151.
Postmasters to give new bonds, 508, 142.
Payments and transfers, 508, & 142.
Transfers to pay money orders, 509, % 143.
Accounts to be audited, 509, 8 144.
Punishment of embezzlement, 509, % 145,
Evidence, 509, & 145.
Forgery punished, 159, & 30; 509, & 146.
Superintentents and clerks, 510, § 147.
Deposits in national banks, &c., 510, % 148.

Foreign postal money orders, 510, % 153.
POSTMASTER-GENERAL.

To expedite the great southern mail, 494, X 22.
To dispose of the quarterly returns, 497, 2 53.
What postmasters to be appointed by, 492, % 5.
Oath of office, 492, % 6.
Annual report of miscellaneous payments, 494, % 20.
Annual estimates, 494, 21.
Power of, to discontinue mail routes, 494, 25.
Duties of, in reference to foreign mail contracts, 496, 8 39-43.
Power of, to establish branch post offices, 498, 56.
To provide for transmission of soldiers' letters, &c., 502, X 90.
Duties of, in reference to ship letters, &c., 502, & 94.
To provide for delivery of newspapers, &c., by route agents, 503, % 101.
To prescribe regulations as to wrappers on printed matter, 503, & 102.
To require affidavits from publishers, 503, % 102; 504, & 104.
To furnish stamped letter sheets, 504, & 109.
To establish branch offices and receiving-boxes, 505, & 117.
To provide for return of dead letters, 506, X 126.
To make regulations as to unclaimed letters, 506, & 128.
And as to disposition of unclaimed printed matter, 507, 129.
To publish post-route maps, 495, 8 30.
May prohibit the carrying of stamped letters out of the mails, 505, 2 112.
To establish postal money-order offices, 507, & 135.
His duties in relation thereto, 508, % 139, 142–3.
To furnish metric balances to certain offices, 497, % 46.
To establish postal agencies in China and Japan, 497, § 48.
To conclude arrangements with foreign post office departments, as to postal money orders, 510,

& 15.3.
POSTMASTERS.

When to be appointed by the postmaster-general, 492, 2 5.
Oath of office, 492, 2 6.
Allowance for documents, at Washington, 497, 8 54.
No extra compensation to be allowed for delivery of free letters, &c., 497, 8 55.
Except in Washington, 497, 8 55.
Accounts of, how kept, 498, 58.
When to be allowed extra compensation, 498, 259.
Quarterly returns, 498, 8 60.

POSTMASTERS — Continued.

Form of statement, 498, % 60.
May remove wrappers from printed matter, 504, & 103.
May contract for delivery of printed matter, 505, 118.
Salaries of postmasters, 498, 8 61.
Classification, 498, 8 61.
How computed, 498, 8 61.
Adjustment of salaries, 499, X 62.
When salaries to commence, 499, 8 63.
Salaries at new offices, 499, 8 64.
Allowance for office-rent, 499, X 65.
Postages and box-rents to be part of the postal revenues, 499, & 66.
Allowances for stationery, &c., 500, 69.
At money-order offices, to give new bouds, 508, & 142.
Compensation for issuing and paying money orders, 508, & 141 ; 510, 8 151.
Relief of postmasters robbed by guerrillas, &c., 511, & 154–5.
Limitation of suits against sureties of, 493–4, % 16, 17.

What to be evidence of demand on delinquent, 494, % 19.
POST OFFICE.

Branch offices may be established in cities, 498, % 56–7; 505, & 116.
Payment of box-rent, 501, % 78.
Receiving-boxes, 505, & 117.
Salary of persons in charge of branch offices, 505, & 117.
Sale of stamps, 505, % 117.
Payment of expenses, 505, ở 120.
Clerks in railway post offices, 495, 31.
Distributing and separating offices, 499, & 66.
Penalty for setting up unauthorized offices, 499, 8 68.

Metric balances to be furnished to certain offices, 497, 8 46.
POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT.

Disposition of quarterly returns, 497, 2 53.
Compensation of special agents, 492, 1; 493, % 7-8.
Messenger to assistant postmaster-general, 492, 2.
Limitation acts not to apply to states in rebellion, 492, & 3.
Who may administer oaths, 492, 8 4.
Oath of office, 492, & 6.
All persons employed, to be subject to post office laws, whether sworn or not, 492, 6.
Additional clerks in dead-letter office, 506, 8 127.
Additional special agents, 493, % 8.
Chief clerks to assistant postmaster-general, 492, § 10.
Additional clerks, 121, 28; 493, & 13-14.
Appropriation of unclaimed money in dead letters, 511, % 156.
And proceeds of waste paper, 511, & 156.
Superintendent of foreign mails, 493, & 13.
Chief of dead-letter office, 493, & 14.
Blank agency, 493, & 15.
Special agents to give security, 493, & 11.
Copies of papers to be evidence, in criminal cases, 494, 2 18.
Annual estimates, 494, & 21.
Agents for mail steamers, 497, & 47.

Postal agencies in China and Japan, 497, 8 48.
POST ROUTES.

When the postmaster-general may discontinue, 494, § 25.
Penalty for setting unauthorized, in cities, 495, % 26.

Post-route maps to be published, 495, 8 30.
POWERS OF ATTORNEY.

Stamp duties on, 380, 8 373.
PRACTICE

Where transitory actions to be brought, 511, $ 1.
Service of process in another district, 511, % 1.
Process in local actions, 511, 1.
Where local actions to be brought, in respect to land, &c., in different districts, 511, $ 2.

Possessory actions for mining titles, 511, $ 3.
PRECIOUS STONES.

Duties on imported, 230, 8 36 ; 231, 838; 244, 8 64.

On jewelry, 231, % 38.
PRE-EMPTION RIGHTS.

Appeals to be decided by the commissioner, 392, & 24.
Settlers on school lands, before survey, with view to pre-emption, to have such right, 392, & 25.
Extended to California, 392, & 25.
Not to extend to mineral lands, 392, 2 25.
Time for making proof extended in certain cases, 392, 828.
Fees of registers and receivers, 392, & 27.
Certain holders of Mexican grants to have right of pre-emption, 105, $ 19.

PRE-EMPTION RIGHTS - Continued.

Owners of homesteads upon certain mineral lands to have right of, 392, & 29.
Such lands to be set apart, 392, & 30.
Islands on the Great Miami to be subject to, 393, 8 31.
Lands along the Pacific railroad, 393, $ 32.

Lands in the Sioux reservation, 393, % 33.
PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.

When to approve sentence of court martial, 47, 891.
May grant partial pardons, 164, & 54.
May license restricted intercourse with states in rebellion, 277, 8 13.
Order of, to be a full defence to action for arrest, &c., 280, 8 28.
To provide for enrolling the militia, 412, & 1.
May issue letters of marque, 435, 42.
When to confirm sentence of naval court martial, 438, % 60.
May contract for reception of captured slaves, 535-6,8 1, 6.
May close ports, by proclamation, 263, & 142.
May discontinue land offices, 389, 87.
May regulate trade with Alaska, 30, % 4.
Duties of, when rights of naturalized citizens are invaded by foreign governments, 32, X 4.
Not to remove from office, unless with consent of the senate, 471, ở 1.
Power of suspension, 471, % 2.
Power to fill vacancies, 471, $ 3.
Officers in the executive department, 530, % 1.

Their salaries, 530, § 1.
PRESQUE ISLE.

District of, to be called Erie, 481, 83.
PRESTON.

District court of Minnesota, transferred from, to Winona, 414, % 8, 10.
PRINTERS. See Congressional Printer.

Documents to be furnished to, in advance of annual reports, 513, 27.

All printing to be done by the government printer, when practicable, 514, & 18; 518, 8 41.
PRINTING.

Of documents ordered by both houses regulated, 512, & 1.
Number of copies, 512, & 1.
Distribution, 512, % 1.
Composition, 512, 81.
Printing of patent office report, 512, ? 2.
How paper to be procured in case of default in the contractor, 515, % 25.
Number of bills, 512, & 5.
Printing of annual statement of exports and imports, 512, & 3.
Commercial relations, 513; & 10.
Reports of executive departments, 514, X 16.
Papers relating to foreign officers, 514, 2 17.
Lithographing and engraving to be given to the lowest bidder, 516, & 26, 33.
Form and style of, to be determined by superintendent, 512, 8 4; 514, & 14.
Standard weight of paper, how fixed, 515, 25.
Documents to be furnished in advance of annual reports, 513, & 7.
Heads of departments to furnish copies of reports, 513, 28.
Printing to be executed only on order in writing, 513, & 6.
Mail contracts not to be printed without special order, 513, & 11.
Printing of laws, 513, & 12.
Papers relating to foreign affairs, 513, & 13.
Report of commissioner of internal revenue, 514, & 15.
Extra copies of documents, 517, % 34.
Of the laws regulated, 28, & 1-5.
Of treaties and postal conventions, 28, & 4.
All printing to be done by the government printer, when practicable, 514, & 18; 518, & 41.
Laws regulating prices for, repealed, 518, 8 42.

Price for printing specifications of patents, 518, & 43.
PRINTING OFFICE.

Government printing office to be erected, 514, & 19.
And materials purchased, 514, / 19.
Duties of superintendent, 514, 20.
Foremen, 514, % 20.
Number of hands, 514, % 20.
All public printing and binding to be executed at, 515, ở 23.

How paper to be procured, 515, 825; 517, 835-7.
PRIZE.

Duties of commanders of capturing vessels, 440, X 69; 519, 8 1.
Proceedings where captured vessel cannot be sent in, 519, $ 1.
Captures on inland waters not to be deemed prize, 283, $ 46.
Duties of commander of vessel claiming to share prize, 519, 22.
Duties of prize master, 519, & 4.
Prize crews, 441, 878.

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