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REPEALED STATUTES - Continued.

Act 26 March 1804, & 3 (1 vol. 222, pl. 109); 210, 3.
Act 10 April 1806, art. 61 (1 vol. 78, pl. 234); 44, & 70.
Act 27 January 1813 (1 vol. 800-1); 526, & 35.
Act 3 March 1813 (1 vol. 604, pl. 5); partially, 408, & 1.
Act 16 April 1816 (1 vol. 801); 526, & 35.
Act 1 March 1817, & 3, 5, 6, 1 (1 vol. 285, pl. 8; 652, pl. 5-7); 408, & 1.
Act 2 March 1819, & 1 (1 vol. 489, pl. 177); 394, X 40.
Act 2 March 1825, 8 5 (1 vol. 833, pl. 40); 532, § 1.
Act 31 May 1830 (1 vol. 652, pl. 9); partially, 408, & 1.
Act 2 March 1831 (1 vol. 143, pl. 22; 148, pl. 39 ; 162, pl. 40; 328, pl. 52); 225, $ 5.
Act 2 March 1833 (1 vol. 247, pl. 103); 193, & 152.
Act 30 June 1834, & 17 (1 vol. 427, pl. 67); 274, X 28.
Act 4 July 1836, 87, 13 (1 vol. 727, pl. 25, and 731, pl. 43); partially, 479–80, & 12, 17.
Act 5 July 1838, 8 29 (1 vol. 73); 45, $ 75.
Act 7 July 1838, 8 3 (1 vol. 699, pl. 13); 467, 8 1.
Act 23 August 1842, 6 (1 vol. 87, pl. 313); 49, & 111.
Act 26 August 1842, & 23 (1 vol. 44, pl. 12); 33, & 1.
Act 29 August 1842, 2 6 (1 vol. 736, pl. 58); 480, % 21.
Act 10 August 1846, 10 (1 vol. 194, pl. 4); 146, & 1.
Act 3 March 1847, 9 10 (1 vol. 780, pl. 144); 498, & 57.
Act 17 June 1850, & 3 (1 vol. 73, pl. 171); 45, 75.
Act 28 September 1850, & 5 (1 vol. 73, pl. 172); 45, & 77.
Act 4 August 1854, & 1-3 (1 vol. 481-2, pl. 135-7); 393, % 36.
Act 5 August 1854, 8 i (10 Stat. 578); 40, 8 38.
Act 5 March 1856 (1 vol. 833, pl. 43); 532, & 2.
Act 18 August 1856, & 7 (1 vol. 469, pl. 61); 389, & 6.

Act 3 March 1857, & 10 (1 vol. 734, pl. 14); 477, % 3.
REPLEVIN.

Declaration in, in the District of Columbia, 188, X 110.
Affidavit and security, 188, 110.
Practice in, 188, & 111.
Appearance, 188, & 112.
Damages, 188, 2 113.
Judgment, 189, & 114.

Where goods are eloigned, 189, & 115.
REPORTER.

Distribution of supreme court reports, 529, & 1.
Time for publication extended, 529, % 2.
Compensation, where a second volume is published in one year, 529, $ 3.

Appointment of, for court martial, 47, 97.
RETIRED OFFICERS.

What officers may be retired on their own request, 51, & 135; 449, % 152.
What officers may be placed on the retired list, 51, & 136; 442, % 84 ; 450, % 153, 157.
Pay and allowances, 51, 8 136 ; 442, 6 84; 450, 153.
Limitation of number, 51, & 136.
Board for examination of disabled officers, 51, & 137 ; 450, & 154.
Their duties, 51, % 137 ; 450, X 154.
Rights and duties of retired officers, 51, & 138.
To what duties they may be assigned, 51, 8 139 ; 450, & 155.
Certain officers may be retired on full pay, 52, 8 140.
And with full rank, 52, & 142.
Not to be allowed rations, 447, & 133.
Retired naval officers may be assigned to commands, 450-1, & 159-60.
When they may be restored to the active list, 450, $ 159.
Distinguished officers not to be retired, 432, 8 15.
Pay of retired navy staff officers, 433, & 25.
Certain officers not to be retired, 451, % 166.

Promotion of otficers on retired list, 451, 8 168.
RETURNS OFFICE.

Establishment of, 143, 8 6.
Clerk, 143, 8 6.
His duties, 143, % 6.
Copies of contracts to be filed in, 142, & 3.

With proposals and advertisements, 142, & 3.
REVENUE CUTTERS.

Steam revenue cutters on the lakes, 530, & 10.
Pay of officers, 530, % 11.
Number of officers, 529, & 1.
Service, 529,6 2.
Sale and substitution of vessels, 529, 2 3.
Additional engineers, 529, & 4.
Charter and purchase of vessels, 529, 5.
Officers to be confirmed by the senate, 529, & 6.
Grades of engineers, 529, X 7.

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REVENUE CUTTERS-Continued.

Wages of petty officers and crew, 529,

Relative rank, 529, % 9.
RHODE ISLAND.

Terms of the circuit court, 530, & 1.

Pending causes, 530, 82-3.
RICHMOND.

Terms of the circuit court at, 550, § 1.

Special terms, 550, & 1.
ROADS.

Construction of, over the public lands, 404, & 104.

Of ditches and canals, 404, 2 105.
ROBBERY.

Of public property, punished, 159, % 29.
KOCHESTER.

Terms of the district court at, 467, 2.
ROCK ISLAND.

Arsenal established at, 34, % 1.
ROUSE'S POINT.

Port of entry transferred from, to Plattsburg, 468, & 13.

Deputy-collector to reside at, 468, & 13.
SACRAMENTO.

Port of entry abolished, 110, 39.
Inspector to be appointed for, 110, % 39.

* His salary, 110, $ 39.
SADDLERY.

Duties on imported, 232, & 39 ; 239, 8 58.
SAFEGUARD.

Punishment for violation of, 46, & 86.
SAGINAW.

Land district of, enlarged, 409, / 1.
SALARIES.

Of circuit judges, 111, $ 3.
Of district judges, 446, 5; 414, 8 6; 461, 821 ; 464, 8 26 ; 467, & 4-5; 531, & 6.
Of judges of the supreme court of the District of Columbia, 178, ở 19.
Of territorial judges, 543, % 7.
Judges' retiring salaries, 531, $ 7.
Of commissioner of agriculture, 29, 8 4.
Of comptroller of the currency, 57, & 1.
Of deputy-comptroller, 57, 8 1.
Of certain Indian agents, 271, 3, 4.
Of assistant attorneys-general, 56, & 7.
Of assistant secretary of the interior, 285, $ 9.
Of certain surveyors-general, 391, & 16.
Of officers of the mint, 531, $ 3.
Of officers of branch mints, 416, & 4, 11; 417, 8 18; 418, & 24 ; 531, $ 3.
Of assistant secretary of the navy, 456, & 1.
Of chiefs of bureaus in the navy department, 446, 113; 447, 8 119; 456, & 4.
Of clerks, &c., in the navy department, 456-7, % 5-14.
Of commissioner of internal revenue, 289, $ 2.
Of deputy-commissioner of internal revenue, 289, % 2.
Of other officers of internal revenue, 289, 2.
Of special commissioner, 290, & 9.
Of treasurer of the United States, 531, & 2; 545, & 6.
Of assistant treasurer and other officers of the treasury department, 545, & 7.
To be included in estimates, 545, % 6.
Of second assistant secretary of state, 537, / 1.
Of assistant solicitor of the treasury, 546, & 8.
Of inspectors of steamboats, 539, % 17.
Of consular clerks, 139, 39.
Of commissioner of immigration, 223, & 1.
Of postmasters, 498, % 61.
Of consul-general in British North America, to be in full, 139, 8 37.
Of officers of appraiser's office, in New York, 260, & 122-3.
Of commissioner of patents, 477, 8 1.
Of chief clerk and librarian, 477, & 1.
Of congressional printer, 518, 40.
Of officers of the executive department, 530, & 1.
Pro rata allowance for less period than a year, 531, 2 8.
Payment of, to unauthorized officers forbidden, 547, 8 15.

SALARIES- Continued.

Excise duty on salaries, 365, % 303.
To be deducted by disbursing officers, 365, & 303.

Exceptions, 365, 8 303.
SALEM.

Office of naval officer for Salem and Beverly abolished, 408, 2 1.

Salary of surveyor for Salem and Beverly, 408,8 3.
SALES.

Excise duties on, 356, & 278.
Not to include judicial sales, &c., 356, % 278.
Duties on sales by brokers and bankers, 357, 8 279.
On sales by commercial brokers, 357, & 279.

Manufacturers to pay tax on sales, in excess of $5000, 356, % 276–7.
SALT.

Duties on imported, 231, 8 37 ; 248, 8 72.
SALTPETRE.

Duties on imported, 237, 8 52.
SALURIA.

Compensation of collector of customs, 228, Å 18.

Indianola to be the port of entry, 54+, 7.
SAN DIEGO.

Port of entry abolished, 110, X 39.
Inspector to be appointed for, 110, $ 39.

His salary, 110, % 39.
SANDUSKY.

Compensation of collector, 225, % 5.
SAN FRANCISCO.

Terms of the circuit court at, 102, & 1.
Terms of the district court at, 103, 8 8.
Compensation of custom-house officers, 110, 8 40–1; 228,8 19, 22

Office of additional appraiser abolished, 110, $ 40.
SAN JOAQUIN.

Port of entry abolished, 110, X 39.
SAN PEDRO.

Port of entry abolished, 110, 8 39.
Inspector to be appointed for, 110, % 39.

His salary, 110, $ 39.
SANTA FE.

Land office at, 465, g 1, n.
SARDINIA,

Appointment of minister to, 32, & 1-2.
SAULT STE. MARIE.

To be a port of entry, 411, % 17.
Compensation of collector, 225,

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SAVINGS INSTITUTIONS.

Tax on dividends of, 364, 300.
SCHOOL LANDS.

Settlers upon, before survey, with a view to pre-emption, to have such right, 392, & 25.
Other lands appropriated, 392, & 25.
Deficiencies in, when fractional, &c., to be compensated for, 392, & 25.
How such lands to be selected, 392, & 25.

Selection of, in California, 105, % 18.
SEAMEN.

Promotion of, in the navy, for distinguished services, 433, & 17.
Increase of number of, 435, & 41.
Assignments of wages and prize-money, 440, 8 73; 522, 12.
Extra compensation, for performance of duties of firemen, &c., 448, 141.
Jurisdiction of foreign consuls over, 138, % 35.
Courts to issue process on their request, 139, 8 36.
Form of application, 139, 36.
Warrant, 139, % 36.
Commitment, 139, & 36.
Expenses, how paid, 139, % 36.
Limit of imprisonment, 139, X 36.
Prosecution and trial of, for minor offences, 165, 8 59-65.
Others than citizens may be shipped, 408, X 1.
Wearing of sheath-knives prohibited, 409, & 2.
Duties of masters, &c., on shipping seamen, 409, $ 3.

SEARCHES.

When president's order to be a full defence to actions for, 280, 8 28.
Orders of a superior officer to be a defence, 280, 2 30.
Suits to be removed to the circuit courts, 112, 8 6.
Proceedings for removal, 112, 6.
Appeals from final judgments, 112, & 7.
Powers of the circuit courts, 112, 7.
Proceedings on failure to perfect removal, 112, & 7.
Costs, 112, 87.
Appeals to supreme court, 112, & 8.

Limitation of actions, 280, % 29.
SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR.

To have the charge of public documents, 284, 1-2.
His duties in relation thereto, 284, % 3-5.
When to appoint Indian agents, 271, 27.
To make settlements with certain Indians, 275, & 34.
To contract for the imprisonment, &c., of convicts, 165, & 57.
To contract for subsistence of juvenile offenders in houses of refuge, 166, & 70.
To contract for reception of convicts from the District of Columbia, 182, & 56.
To make provision for their transportation, 182, 57.
To make payment to discharged convicts, 182, & 58.

When to cause their transfer to the penitentiary, 182, 8 59.
SECRETARY OF THE NAVY.

Not to make contracts for subsistence, &c., without appropriation, except in case of pressing

emergency, 142, 8 1.
Such contracts to be reported to congress, 142, & 1.
Clerks, &c., in the office of, 456, & 5.

To invest the navy pension fund, 453, & 186.
SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

When he may discontinue ports of delivery, 228, % 24.
When he may discontinue lights, 405, % 2.
And re-establish them, 405, % 3.
To refund penalties in certain cases, 209, & 1.
To remit certain penal duties, 209, & 2.
Power of, to remit forfeitures, 263, & 144; 266, & 159 ; 269, & 176; 278, 8 16.
To appoint agents for captured property, &c., 281, 8 36.
Bonds of agents, 281, 8 38.
Power of, to compromise claims, 545, & 1.
To prescribe regulations for inspection of imports, 265, & 155.
May license killing of fur-bearing animals, in Alaska, 31, & 6.
To prescribe regulations with reference to trade, &c., with Alaska, 31, 9.
May suspend certain revenue officers, and assign the duties to other officers, 227, & 11.
May clothe deputy-collectors with the powers of principals, 227, & 11.
May pay incidental expenses, out of appropriation, in certain cases, 227, 13.

May delegate one of the assistant secretaries to sign warrants, 545, $ 3.
SECRETARY OF WAR.

Not to make contracts for subsistence, &c., without appropriations, except in case of pressing

emergency, 142, 2 1.
Such contracts to be laid before congress, 142, & 1.

Transportation of troops, &c., to be under the control of, 551, & 1.
SEDITION.

Seditious conspiracy punished, 153, & 1.
SEDUCTION.

Of female passengers punished, 159, 8 31.
Subsequent marriage to bar indictment, 159, & 31.
No persons to visit places assigned to emigrants, 159, X 32.
Penalty for permitting such visits, 159, % 32.
Notice to be posted, 159, % 33:
Penalty for neglect, 159, 33.
Appropriation of fines for seduction, 160, ? 34.
Testimony of females to be corroborated, 160, % 35.

Limitation of prosecution, 160, & 35.
SEEDS.

Duties on imported, 237, 8 52; 238, 255; 248, 4 72.
SEIZURES.

When president's order to be a full defence to actions for, 280, $ 28.
Orders of a superior officer to be a defence, 280, % 30.
Suits to be removed to the circuit courts, 112,8 6.
Proceedings for removal, 112, & 6.
Appeals from final judgments, 112, 27.
Powers of the circuit courts, 112, 27.
Proceedings on failure to perfect removal, 112, 7.

SEIZURES-Continued.

Costs, 112, & 7.
Appeals to supreme court, 112, & 8.
Limitation of actions, 280, % 29.
Collectors to report, to solicitor of the treasury, 264, & 147.
When books and papers may be seized, 270, 2 181.
Penalty for wilful concealment or destruction of books and papers, 264, 152.
Seizing officers to show their authority, 268, & 170.
May call for assistance, 268, 170.
List of property seized to be prepared, 268, & 171.
And appraisement made, 268, 171.
Public notice to be given, 268, 2 171.
Claimants may give bond, 269, § 172.
Sale, in default of claim, 269, X 172.
Application for remission of forfeiture, 269, & 173.
Distribution of proceeds, 269, & 174.
Sales of perishable property, 269, 175.

Custody of property seized, 269, ở 178.
SELMA.

Annexed to district of Mobile, 30, 3.
SENATORS.

Mode of electing, 130, & 1.
Elections to fill vacancies, 130, & 2.

Certificates of election, 131, & 3.
SHIPS AND SHIPPING. See Registry of Ships ; Tonnage.

Names of vessels not to be changed, 532, & 2, 3.
How vessels to be measured and registered, 532, 8 4.
What to be expressed in the register, 532, X 5.
How register tonnage to be ascertained, 532, 86; 534, & 9.
Tonnage to be marked on main beam, 534, 8 6.
Charges for measurement, 534, 87.
Certain vessels excepted, 534, & 8.
Conveyances, &c., of, not to be recorded, unless acknowledged, 535, 8 14.
All American vessels to receive bullion, &c., on board, when required, 535, 8 16.
Letters not to be received on board of, unless regularly posted, 495, ở 32.
Oath of master, 495, 32.
Injury to, in the military service, how compensated, 50, 8 132.
Penalty for receiving deserters on board of, 52, % 143.
When passenger vessels to pay special tax, 348, & 225.
Sailing under a foreign flag, during the rebellion, to forfeit American character, 534, & 10-11.
Fraudulent registry, &c., to work a forfeiture, 534, 8 12.
Vessels to be numbered, 128, & 2; 535, & 13.
Omission to carry number to forfeit American character, 129, & 2; 535, 8 13.
Stamp duties on charter-parties, 378, & 364.
On manifests and clearances, 369, $370.

On bills of sale, 378, 4 361.
SHREVEPORT.

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Discontinued as a port of delivery, 228, % 25.
SIAM.

Judicial powers of minister and consuls, 133, 8 3.
Criminal jurisdiction, 133, 4.
Civil jurisdiction, 134, 8 5.
How such jurisdiction to be exercised, 134, 8 6.
Rules of decision, 134, & 6.
Minister to prescribe forms of process, &c., 134, $ 7.
Rules to be submitted to consuls, 134, 8 7.
To be laid before congress for revision, 134, X 8.
Criminal jurisdiction of consuls, 134, 89.
When without appeal, 134, X 10.
When subject to appeal, 135, 2 11.
When assessors to be called in, 135, X 12.
When decision to be referred to minister, 135, & 12.
Civil jurisdiction under treaties, 135, % 13.
Evidence to be in writing, &c., 135, & 14.
Appellate jurisdiction of minister, 135, & 15.
Punishments, 135, 16.
Capital offences, 136, & 17.
Executions in capital cases, 136, X 18.
Reprieves, 136, 8 18.
Fees, 136, & 19.
Settlement of criminal cases, 136, & 20.
Settlement of civil controversies, 136, & 21.
References, 136, 2 21.
Local authorities may be invoked, 136, & 22.
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