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PRIZE-Continued.

Nothing to be taken from prizes before condemnation, 440, 8 70.
Punishment of pillaging, 440, 71.
Duties of district attorney in prize cases, 519, % 4.
Appointment of prize commissioners, 520, 8 5.
Duties of prize commissioners, 520, % 6.
Duties of the marshal, 440, 74 ; 520, 8 7.
When prize property may be sold, 520, 8 8.
Mode of sale, 521, % 8.
Court to decree what vessels shall share in the prize, 521, 9.
Distribution of prize-money, 439, % 67 ; 521, X 10.
What vessels to share, 439, 8 67 ; 521, X 10.
Proportion of officers and seamen, 439, 8 67 ; 521, 2 10.
Bounty for destroying enemy's vessels, 440, 8 68; 522, & 11.
Distribution of ransom-money and salvage, 440, 72; 522, § 11.
Assignments of prize-money, 440, 73; 522, & 12.
Appeals in prize causes, 522, & 13.
Costs and expenses, 523, & 14.
Payments, how made, 523, & 14.
Security for costs, 523, & 15.
Prize-money to be paid into the treasury, 523, & 16.
How credited, 523, & 16.
Distribution to vessels not in the navy, 523, & 16.
Clerks to make semi-annual reports, 523, & 17.
Fees, 523, % 17.
Compensation of marshals, 523, & 17.
Limitation of compensation of clerks and marshals, 524, 2 19.
Compensation of district attorneys and prize commissioners, 524, % 20.
Annual accounts, 524, 2 21.
Limit of compensation, 524, % 21.
Auctioneers' commissions, 524, % 22.
Special counsel for captors, 524, % 23.
Compensation, 524, & 23.
Payment of counsel fees, 524, % 24.
Payment of witnesses' fees, 524, % 25.
When prize property to be delivered on stipulation, 524, § 26.
Proceedings where captured property is taken for government use, 525, % 27.
Proceedings for adjudication where property is not sent in, 525, § 28.
Salvage for recaptures, 525, % 29.
Transfers to another district for sale, 525, 2 30.
Punishment of fraud, 526, 2 31.
What to be deemed “ vessels of the navy,” 526, 8 32.
Act to extend to all naval captures, 526, 8 33.

To apply to pending causes, 526, % 34.
PRIZE COMMISSIONERS.

Appointment of, 520, % 5.
Their duties, 520, 8 6.
Compensation, 524, % 20.
Annual reports, 524, % 21.

Limit of compensation, 524, & 21.
PROBATES.

Stamp duties on probates of wills, 380, & 374.
PROCESS.

Service of duplicate writ may be made on a defendant in another district, 511, 8 2.

Execution of, in the Indian country, 274, % 26.
PROFESSORS OF MATHEMATICS.

Pay of, in the navy, 446, % 111.
PROMISSORY NOTES.

Stamp duties on, 377, X 358.
What to be deemed promissory notes, 377, X 358.
Stamp duties on protests of, 380, % 385.

Protests of, in the District of Columbia, 186, % 96.
PROMOTION.

In the ordnance department, 40, & 40.
Advisory board on promotion of naval officers, 432, % 11, 13.
Promotion for distinguished services, 432, & 16; 433, & 24.
When acting officers to be placed in the line of promotion, 432, X 17.
Seamen to be promoted for distinguished services, 433, & 17.
Of paymasters, &c., 443, % 93; 444, 98.
Officers not to be promoted until after examination, 433, & 19.
Examining board, how constituted, 433, & 20.
Officers to be present at examination, 433, % 21.
Record to be submitted to the president, 433, & 21.
No officer to be promoted, unless physically qualified, 433, 21-2.

PROMOTION - Continued.

Certain officers may present themselves for examination, 433, % 23.
Ofticers may be advanced in their own grade for distinguished services, 432, % 16; 433, % 24; 434,

% 32.
Certain officers may be promoted, though the grade be full, 434, % 33.

Of officers on the retired list, 451, 8 162, 168.
PROTESTS.

Stamp duties on, 380, % 375.
PROVIDENCE.

Terms of the circuit court at, 530, 8 1.
PROVISIONS.

Duties on imported, 230, 235 ; 233, & 40; 240, 8 58.

Excise duties on preserved meats, &c., 382, 8 382.
PUBLIC CONVEYANCES.

Excise duty on receipts of, 358, % 281.
Monthly returns to be made, 359, § 286.
Payment of duties, 359, X 286.
Penalty for neglect to make returns, 359, & 286.
Books to be open to inspection, 359, 286.

Penalty for non-payment of duties, 359, % 286.
PUBLIC DEBTORS. See Defaulting Public Officers.
PUBLIC MONEYS.

Collected on the Pacific coast, to be paid in, without deduction, 527, & 1.
Collectors to act as disbursing agents, 527, % 2.
Superintendents to disburse where there is no collector, 527, & 2.
Disbursing officers to deposit, 527, 3.
Designation of disbursing officers, 528, % 6.
Moneys to pay outstanding drafts and checks, to be deposited in the treasury, 547, & 22 ; 548, % 23
Register's certificate to be a sufficient voucher, 548, 24.

Payment of such drafts, 548, % 25.
PUBLIC PROPERTY.

Punishment of fraudulent concealment of, 211-12, 1, 3.
PUNISHMENTS.

What crimes, in the navy, punishable with death, 435, & 45.
Imprisonment for life, 436, 47.
Flogging abolished, 437, & 49.

What punishments may be inflicted by commanding officers, 437, % 51.
PURSERS.

To be styled paymasters, 443, & 88.
QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

Organization of the quartermaster's department, 37, & 11.
Promotions, 41, 42,
Permanent barracks not to be constructed until approved by congress, 41, § 41.
Military storekeepers, 37, 8 12.
How contracts for supplies to be made, 41, 8 44.

Examination of officers, 52-3, & 146-50.
QUICKSILVER.

Duties on imported, 250, 283.
RAILROADS.

Damage to locomotives and cars, in the military service, how compensated, 50, 2 132.
Penalty for receiving and transporting deserters, 52, § 143.
May be taken possession of for military purposes, 277, 28.
To be placed under military control, 277, % 8.
Penalty for obstructing the use thereof, 277, 89.
Commissioners to assess damages, 277, 8 10.
Their compensation, 277, % 11.
Limitation of act, 277, 8 12.
Transportation on, may be refused, on suspicion that goods are destined for places under the

control of rebels, 279, 821.
Security may be required from shippers, 279, X 21.
Forfeiture in case of violation, 279, ở 21.
Proceedings for recovery of forfeitures, &c., 279, & 22.
Remission of penalties, &c., 279, 22.
Distribution of penalties, &c., 279, 23.
Acts giving a right of way through the public lands extended, 528, & 1.
Excise duties on receipts of, 358, % 281.
Monthly returns to be made, 359, 8 286.
Payment of duties, 359, § 286.
Penalty for neglect, 359, 2, 286.
Books to be liable to inspection, 359, % 286.

RAILROADS- Continued.

Penalty for evasion of duties, 359, 286.
-Tax may be added to fare, 358, % 281.
Tax on railroad bonds, &c., 364, % 302.
To be deducted from dividends, 365, X 302.
Returns to be made on oath, 365, % 302.
Penalty for default, 365, 8 302.
May carry passengers and freight from one state to another, 528, & 2.

And connect with other roads for such purpose, 528, 2.
RANK.

Of signal officers, 38, % 19.
Of surgeon-general, 38, & 14.
Of assistant surgeon-general, 38, 8 14.
Of medical purveyors, 38, 8 14.
Of chaplains, 44, 8 62.
Of judge advocate general, 37, 8 10.
Of judge advocates, 37, 8 10.
Of officers of military academy, 39, 8 28.
Of enlisted men in the ordnance, 40, % 39.
Of officers in the quartermasters' department, 41, 8 42.
Of commandant of marine corps, 408, % 5.
Of engineer officers in the navy, 444, & 102.
Of warrant officers, in the navy, 434, % 27.
Relative rank of officers of the army and navy, 433, & 18; 451, 164.

Of officers of the revenue service and navy, 530, 89.
RATIONS.

Army ration, 50, 8 122.
What officers to be allowed double rations, 50, 8 126.
Sugar and coffee ration, 48, & 110.
Double rations not to be allowed to commandants of posts, 49, 2 111.
Commutation of sugar and coffee ration, 49, 112.
Ration of pepper, 49, & 119.
What officers to receive additional rations, 50, % 131.
Navy ration, 448, & 142.
Substitutes, 448–9, 8 143–4, 147.
When allowance may be diminished or varied, 449, & 145.
Compensation, 449, % 145.
How preserved meats, &c., to be procured, 449, $ 146.
Spirit ration abolished, 449, 2 148.
Compensation therefor, 449, 8 148.
Of navy officers, 447, 132 ; 448, & 139.

Retired officers not to be allowed, 447, 8 133.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.

Special tax on, 348, % 230.

Who to be deemed real-estate agents, 348, % 230.
REAR-ADMIRALS.

Number of, in the navy, 432, & 9.
Appointment of, 432, § 14.
Promotion to rank of, 434, 237.
Relative rank of, 433, & 18.
Pay, 447, 8 121.

Number on retired list, 451, 163.
REBELLION.

Militia, army and navy may be employed to suppress, 276, & 1.
Proclamation to be made, 276, 22.
Railroad and telegraph lines may be taken possession of, 277, 8.
To be placed under military control, 277, 28.
Penalty for obstructing the use thereof, 277, 29.
Limitation of power to construct railroads, 277, % 12.
States may be proclaimed in insurrection, 277, 8 13.
And parts of states, 278, 2 18.
Commercial intercourse prohibited, 278, % 13.
What territory to be embraced, 279, 2, 24-5.
Goods and vessels to be forfeited, 278, & 13.
President may license restricted intercourse, 278, % 13; 279, % 26.
Officers to be appointed for such purpose, 278, X 13.
Vessels belonging to insurgents to be forfeited, 278, % 14.
Navy to be employed, 278, & 15.
Secretary may remit forfeitures and penalties, 278, 8 16.
Jurisdiction of the courts, 278, & 17.
Clearances may be refused, on suspicion that goods are destined for a rebel port, 278, 2 19.
Forfeiture for attempt to depart without clearance, 279, 2 19.
Collector may require bond that goods shall not be used to aid insurgents, 279, % 20,
Transportation of goods may be prohibited in like cases, 279, & 21.
Security may be required from shippers, 279, % 21.

REBELLION - Continued.

Forfeiture in case of violation, 279, % 21.
Proceedings for, and remission of penalties, 279, & 22.
Distribution of penalties, 279, 823.
Property brought from insurrectionary districts to be confiscated, 282, & 39.
Proceedings for condemnation, 282, 8 39.
Punishment of agents, 282, & 39.
Remission of penalties, 282, % 39.
Secretary to prescribe regulations, 280, & 27.
President's order to be a full defence to action for arrest, 280, 2 28.
Limitation of actions, 280, % 29.
Orders of a superior officer to be a defence, 280, $ 30.
How such orders to be proved, 280, & 31.
Property employed for insurrectionary purposes to be forfeited, 280, $ 32.
Jurisdiction of the courts, 281, % 33.
To be exclusive, 284, 850.
Proceedings for condemnation, 281, $ 34.
Bonà fide claims of loyal citizens to be paid out of confiscated property, 281, 8 35.
Agents for captured and abandoned property, 281, § 36.
How appropriated, 281, 2 36.
Bonds of agents, 281, % 37.
When owner may reclaim, 281, % 37.
Jurisdiction of court of claims, 281, % 37.
All captured property to be delivered up, 282, 8 40.
Naval prizes excepted, 282, 8 41.
Sales of abandoned property, 282, 8 42.
What property to be deemed abandoned, 282-3, 8 43-4.
Real estate to be leased, 282, 8 43.
Proceeds to be paid into the treasury, 282, 8 44; 283, & 47.
Neglect to be deemed embezzlement, 283, % 48.
Distribution of fines and penalties, 283, 8 45.
Property captured on inland waters not to be deemed prize, 283, & 46.
Aliens not to maintain actions for acts done under the captured and abandoned property laws, 283,

249.
Exceptions, 283, & 49.
Punishment of seditious conspiracy, 153, & 1.
Enlisting persons to serve against the government, 153, & 2.
Enlisting for such purpose, 153, 3.
Aiding rebels, 153, % 5.
Corresponding with rebels, 154, & 8.

Vessels fitted out for aggression on commerce to be liable to seizure and sale, 427, & 9-11.
RECEIPTS.

Stamp duties on, 380, % 376.
RECEIVER.

When to be appointed for suspended banking company, 69, 8 52.
His powers and duties, 69, $ 52.

Proceedings after appointment, 69, $ 52.
RECEIVERS OF THE LAND OFFICE.

Compensation of, 391, % 20.
When to commence, 391, % 20.
Salaries and fees, 391, 21; 392, & 27 ; 397, & 59.
Allowance for extra clerk-hire abolished, 389, 8 6.
Additional compensation of, in certain districts, 391, $ 22.
Fees for locations under special grants, 391, % 23.

Duties of, may be transferred to surveyor-general, 390, & 15.
RECEIVING OFFICERS.

Accounts of, to be settled monthly, 25, % 1.
To be forwarded by mail, 25, $ 1.
When to be deemed defaulters, 25, 2 1.
Proceedings against defaulters, 25, 1.
Secretary may enlarge the time, 23, & 1.
Special reports may be required, 25, % 1.

To pay moneys into the treasury, without deduction, 527, & 1.
RECEIVING STOLEN GOODS.

Punishment of, in the District of Columbia, 184, 8 70-1, 74.
RECORDER OF DEEDS.

To be appointed for the District of Columbia, 193, & 154.
His duties and emoluments, 193, & 154.
Office to be provided for, 193, 155.
Style and title, 194, 2 159.
Fees, 194, 2 160.
Certain records to be valid, 195, & 161.

RECRUITS.

Who may be enlisted in the army, 45, 8 73; 46, $ 80.
Age and size, 45, 8 73.
Minors not to be enlisted without consent of parents, 45, 8 73.
Penalty for so doing, 45, & 73.
Oath, how administered, 45, $ 74, 76.
Minors over eighteen years of age may be enlisted, 45, $ 77.

Rendezvous for, 46, X 80.
RECTIFIERS. See Distillers; Liquors.

Special tax on, 352, & 259.

Who to be deemed rectifiers, 352, & 259.
RED RIVER.

Ports of entry may be established on the, 229, & 28.
REGISTERS IN BANKRUPTCY.

Appointment of, 75, 8 7.
Qualifications, 75, 8 7.
Bonds, 75, 87.
Oath of office, 75, % 7.
Powers and duties, 75, % 8.
Disqualifications, 76, 89.
Payment of fees, 76, 29.
Attendance of, 76, X 10.
Expenses, how paid, 76, 8 10.
Depositions taken before, to be filed, 76, 8 10.
Removal of, 76, & 11.
Vacancies, how filled, 76, & 11.
Power to administer oaths, 77, 8 15.
To receive probate of debts, 85, 8 45.

Fees of, 98, % 101.
REGISTERS OF THE LAND OFFICE.

Compensation of, 391, & 20.
When to commence, 391, % 20.
Salaries and fees, 391, 821 ; 392, & 27; 397, 8 59.
Additional fees for services in consolidated oflices, 389, § 2, 4.
Limitation, 389, % 2.
Allowance for rent and clerk-hire, 389, 8 3–4.
Allowance to former officers, 389, X 5.
Allowance for extra clerk-hire abolished, 389, 8 6.
Additional compensation in certain districts, 391, % 22.
Fees for locations under special grants, 391, $ 23.

Duties of, may be transferred to surveyor-general, 390, & 15.
REGISTRY OF SHIPS.

How vessels to be measured and registered, 532, & 5.
What to be expressed on register, 532, 8 6.
Form of register, 534, 8 6.
Repeal of act prescribing oath on granting register to a corporation, 532, 2 1.

Fraudulent registry, &c., to incur a forfeiture, 534, & 12.
REMOVAL.

Of suits, for acts done by the president's orders, to the circuit courts, 112, 6; 116, & 19.
Proceedings for removal, 112, 26.
Appeals from final judgments, 112, 2 6.
Process of the circuit courts, 112, 8 6.
Proceedings on failure to perfect removal, 112, 86.
Appeals to supreme court, 112, 87.
When right of removal may be exercised, 113, X 9.
Subsequent proceedings in state court, to be void, 113, & 10.
How record to be certified to the circuit court, 113, & 11.
If defendant be in custody, habeas corpus to issue, 114, 2 14.
Removal of causes against othicers of internal revenue, 113, & 12-13.
When suits may be removed by one of several defendants, 114, 2 15.
Removal of suits against takers of abandoned property, &c., 115, & 16.
Certain actions may be removed, when from local prejudice, &c., justice cannot be bad in the

state court, 116, X 17.
Actions against corporations may be removed, 116, % 18.
Actions against common carriers, 117, % 20.

Of suits, under the civil rights bill, 119, 3.
RENEWAL

Stamp duties on renewals of contracts, 380, & 371.
REPEALED STATUTES.

Act 24 September 1789, % 29 (1 vol. 221, pl, 102); partially, 164, & 53.
Act 28 February 1795, % 2-4 (1 vol. 621-2, pl. 18-20); 277, 27.
Act 2 March 1799, 89 (1 vol. 412, pl. 396); partially, 210, $ 3.
Act 3 March 1800 (1 vol. 821–2); 526, % 35.

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