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SIAIContinued.

Who to be deemed ministers and consuls, 136, % 24.
Responsibility of officers, 136, § 25.
Trial of capital cases, 137, 26.
Appointment of marshals, 137, % 27.
Compensation and duties, 137, 27.
Bonds of marshals, 137, % 27.
Actions on bonds, 137, & 27.
Process against marshals, 137, % 27.
Prisons and keepers, 137, 228.

Original jurisdiction of minister, 137, & 29.
SIGNAL CORPS.

Organization of corps, 38, & 19.

Examination of officers and men, 38, 19.
SILK.

Duties on manufactures of, 246, 2 69; 250, 8 83.

On unmanufactured, 246, 8 69; 250, 8 82.
SKINS.

Duties on imported, 231, 37, 39 ; 238, 8 55 ; 240, 8 58 ; 252, & 92.
SLATE.

Duties on imported, 246, & 70.
SLAVE TRADE.

Contracts to be made for reception of captured slaves, 535-6, 1, 6.
Instructions to be issued to commanders of armed vessels, 535-6, % 2, 7.
Appointment of judges and arbitrators, under treaty with Great Britain, 536, 8 3.
Their salaries, 536, 4.
Register for New York, 536, 8 5.
Duties of marshal, 536, & 5.

Coastwise trade abolished, 536, § 8.
SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION.

Copyright publications need not be sent to, 146, & 1.
SMUGGLING.

Inspectors may search suspected places, 266, 160.
Officers may be examined as witnesses, 266, X 160.
Searches of buildings on the frontiers, 266, X 161.
Forfeiture in case of violation, 266, 161.
Punishment, 266, & 161.
Sale of goods seized for violation, 266, X 162.
Power of officers to board and search vessels, 267, 8 164.
Seizures and arrests, 267, 8 164.
Special appointments to be filed, 267, % 164.
Power to search vehicles, persons, &c., 267, 8 165.
Penalty for refusing to submit to search, 267, 8 165.
Female inspectors, 267, 8 165.
Railway cars, &c., not to be forfeited, unless the owner, &c., were privy to the fraud, 267, § 165.
Penalty for knowingly importing goods, contrary to law, 267, 8 166.
Effect of possession, 267, 8 166.

Power to enter upon lands, &c., 268, & 167.
SNOW HILL.

Office of surveyor at, discontinued, 408, % 3.
SOAP.

Duties on imported soap stuffs, 230, % 36 ; 249, % 74.
SODA.

Duties on imported, 231, % 37 ; 235, % 47 ; 238, 8 54.
SOLDIERS' HOME.

Name of military asylum changed to, 216, § 11.
Commissioners, 216, 8 8.
Their duties, 216, 8.
Benefits of, extended to all invalid and disabled soldiers, 216, % 9.
Pensioners to surrender their pensions whilst inmates of, 216, 8 10.
Deduction from pay reduced, 216, & 11.
Inmates to be subject to articles of war, 216, 2 11.

Certain funds diverted from, 216, 8 12.
SOLICITOR OF THE TREASURY.

Duties of, in relation to frauds on the revenue, 264, & 147.
Assistant solicitor, 546, & 8.

Clerks in office of, 264, 147.
SONOMA.

Port of entry abolished, 110, % 39.

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SONOMA-Continued.

Inspector to be appointed for, 110, % 39.

His salary, 110, 39.
SOUTH CAROLINA.

In the fourth judicial circuit, 111, & 1.
Terms of the circuit and district courts, 537, 1-2.
Beaufort, a port of entry, 537, 3–4.

Officers of the customs, 537, $ 3.
SPECIAL COURTS.

Holding of, in California and Oregon, 102, & 3.

President may order, to enforce the civil rights bill, 119, % 8.
SPECIAL TAXES.

Certain trades to pay special tax, 344, % 202.
How assessed, 344, % 203.
Certificate to issue, 344, % 203.
Penalty for carrying on such trade without payment, 345, % 204.
Form of receipt for, 345, % 204.
To be restricted to place mentioned, 345, % 205.
When several taxes to be paid, 346, % 207.
To be produced on demand, 345, % 205.
For parts of a year, 345, % 205.
For partnerships, 346, % 209.
Transfers regulated, 345, % 206.
Rates of tax, 346, X 210.
Bankers, 346, & 210.
Auctioneers, 349, 2 235.
Wholesale dealers in liquors, 352, & 262.
Retail liquor dealers, 352, & 261.
Retail dealers, 346, 211.
Wholesale dealers, 346, % 211.
Pawnbrokers, 347, % 217.
Rectifiers, 352, & 259.
Distillers, 351, 258.
Compounders of liquors, 352, % 260.
Manufacturers of stills, 352, & 263.
Brewers, 347, 8 223.
Inns and taverns, 348,2 225.
Eating-houses, 348, & 226.
Brokers, 347, & 216.
Commercial brokers, 347, % 221.
Land-warrant brokers, 347, % 218.
Dealers in leaf tobacco, 352, % 264.
Dealers in tobacco, 353, & 265.
Manufacturers of tobacco, 353, & 266.
Manufacturers of cigars, 353, & 267.
Produce brokers, 347, % 220.
Custom-house brokers, 347, % 222.
Theatres, 349, & 241.
Circuses, 350, 242.
Jugglers, 350, & 243.
Public exhibitions, 350, & 243.
Bowling alleys, 350, & 244.
Billiard-rooms, 350, % 244.
Confectioners, 348, & 227.
Horse dealers, 347, & 214.
Livery stables, 347, $ 215.
Cattle brokers, 347, % 219.
Plumbers and gas-fitters, 350, § 251.
Assayers, 350, 8 252.
Miners, 350, 2 253.
Express-men, 351, $ 254.
Coal-oil distillers, 348, § 224.
Pedlars, 349, & 237.
Apothecaries, 340, % 238.
Manufacturers, 349, & 236.
Photographers, 349, % 239.
Lawyers, 350, 247.
Physicians and surgeons, 350, % 248.
Dentists, 350, & 248.
Claim and patent agents, 348, & 228.
Patent-right dealers, 348, & 229.
Real-estate agents, 348, & 230.
Conveyancers, 348, % 231.
Intelligence-office keepers, 348, % 232.
Architects, 350, % 249.
Civil engineers, 350, % 249.
Builders and contractors, 350, $ 250.

SPECIAL TAXES—Continued.

Owners of stallions and jacks, 350, % 246.
Lottery ticket dealers, 347, 8 213.
Gift enterprises, 350, % 245.
Insurance agents, 348, § 233.
Foreign insurance agents, 349, 2 234.
Butchers, 349, 2 240.
Grinders of coffee or spices, 351, % 255.
Certain persons to be exempt, 351, 8256.
Other exemptions, 351, % 257.
When parties to be reassessed, 351, X 256.
How amounts of monthly and annual sales to be ascertained, 353, & 268.

Payment of, not to interfere with state laws, 351, $ 257.
SPELTER.

Duties on imported, 244, § 64.
SPICES.

Duties on imported, 231, 37 ; 238, 8 55 ; 248, & 72.
SPIES.

Punishment of, in time of war or rebellion, 46, & 85 ; 48, % 100.
Commanding general may approve sentence, 47, 295.

Punishment of, in the navy, 436, 8 46.
SPONGES.

Duties on imported, 237, $ 52.
SPRINGFIELD.

Salaries of clerks at Springfield armory, 34, 2.
STAFF OFFICERS.

Staff of general, 37, n.
Of lieutenant-general, 37, n.
Examination of officers of staff departments, 52, & 146.
Boards of examination, 53, & 147.
Penalty for neglect to appear, 53, & 148.
Officers failing to pass, 53, & 149.

Records to be kept, 53, & 150.
STALLIONS.

Special tax on owners of, 350, & 246.

Contracts without payment, to be void, 350, & 246.
STAMP DUTIES.

Stamp duties to be levied, 371, 8 332.
By whom paid, 371, % 332.
Unstamped instruments not to be recorded, 371, & 333.
What stamps to be used, 371, $ 334.
Official documents to be exempt, 371, & 335.
Punishment for forging or counterfeiting stamps, 371, & 336.
Or using such forged stamps, 371, 336.
Penalty for second use of stamps, &c., 371, § 336.
How stamps to be cancelled, 372, § 337.
Penalty for neglect, 372, & 337.
Certain proprietors may furnish their own stamps, 372, & 337.
How cancelled in such cases, 372, & 337.
Punishment for counterfeiting such private stamps, 372, & 337.
Commissioner may prescribe mode of cancellation, 372, & 338.
Penalty for issuing unstamped instruments, &c., 372, 339.
Title not to be defeated in certain cases, 373, 8 339.
How instruments may be stamped after being issued, 372, & 339.
When penalty may be remitted, 372, 8 339.
Intermediate rights not to be affected, 372, & 339.
Foreign bills to be stamped before payment, 372, & 340.
What instruments to be exempt from stamp duty, 372, & 341.
Who to be supplied with stamps, 374, & 342.
Commissions thereon, 374, & 342.
Discount on proprietary stamps, 374, 4342.
Allowance for stamps rendered useless, 374, & 342.
What stamps may be sold on credit, 374, % 342.
Suits on bonds, &c., 374, $ 342.
Collector to decide whether instrument is liable to stamp, 374, & 343.
Special stamp for such cases, 374, § 343.
Unstamped instruments not to be recorded or admitted in evidence, 374, & 344.
Instruments executed abroad to be stamped before being used, 375, & 344.
To include proprietary articles, 375, 8 345.
Penalty for making or selling proprietary articles without stamp, 375, 8 346; 377, 8 355.
Penalty for removing such stamps, with fraudulent intent, 375, 8 347.
Penalty for evading stamp duty, 375, 8 348.

STAMP DUTIES- Continued.

Proprietary articles, &c., intended for exportation, may be manufactured in bonded warehouses,

375, % 349.
Removal for exportation, 375, 8 349.
When stamps to be supplied to collectors, &c., without prepayment, 376, 8 351.
Bond to be given, 376, 8 351.
Collector to supply deputies, 376, $ 351.
Lucifer matches, &c., may be transferred to bonded warehouses, 376, 8 352.
How withdrawn, 376, 8 352.
No stamp tax to be imposed on certain medical preparations, 377, 8 354.
Stamp duties on agreements and contracts, 377, 356.
On contracts for purchase or loan of coin, 357, § 279.
On checks and drafts, 377, 8 357.
On bills and notes, 377, & 358.
On foreign bills, 378, 359.
On bills of lading, 378, & 360.
On bills of sale, 378, 8 361.
On bonds, 378, & 362.
On certificates, 378, & 363.
On charter-parties, 378, 364.
On brokers' contracts, 379, % 365.
On deeds and conveyances, 379, 8 366.
On custom-house entries, 379, 367.
On policies of insurance, 379, 8 368.
On leases, 379, & 369.
On manifests, 379, 8 370.
On mortgages, &c., 379, % 371.
On assignments, 380,& 371.
On renewals of contracts, 380, % 371.
On passage tickets, 380, & 372.
On powers of attorney, 380, 8 373.
On probates and letters of administration, 380, 8 374.
On protests, 380, 8 375.
On receipts, 380, 8 376.
On patent medicines, &c., 380, & 377.
On perfumery and cosmetics, 381, 8 378.
On friction matches, 381, % 379.
On wax tapers and cigar-lights, 381, % 380.
On playing-cards, 382, & 381.

On preserved meats, fruits, &c., 382, & 382.
STAMPS.

Punishment for fraudulent use of defaced postage stamps, &c., 164, 851-2.
Fraudulent removal of postage stamps, 164, 851-2.
Stamped letter sheets to be furnished, 504, % 109.
Penalty to be incurred by second use of a stamp cut from a stamped letter, &c., 504, X 110.
Postage stamps to circulate as currency, 504, % 111.
Sale of, 503, & 113, 115, 117.
Contracts for, 505, & 114.
Form of liquor stamp, 323, & 120.
Of tax-paid stamp, 324, 2 123.
Of stamp for rectified spirits, 325, & 124.
Of wholesale liquor dealers' stamp, 325, X 125.
How to be affixed, 325, % 126,
How prepared and issued, 325, $ 127.
To have coupons attached, 325, & 128.
How coupons to be used, 325, & 128.
For fermented liquors, 334, 8 160.
How affixed and cancelled, 334, X 161.
For tobacco and cigars, 337, & 173; 342, & 192.

How affixed and cancelled, 337, & 173.
STARCH.

Duties on imported, 230, 236; 249, $ 74.
STATE COURTS.

What suits to be removable to the circuit courts, 112-17, & 6-20.
Proceedings for removal, 112, 26; 113, & 12.
Appeals from, to circuit courts, 112, 87.
Power of circuit courts, 112, & 7.
Proceedings on failure to perfect removal, 112, 7.
Costs, 112, 87.
When right of removal may be exercised, 113, & 9.
Subsequent proceedings in the state court to be void, 113, & 10.
How record to be certified, 113, & 11.
When habeas corpus to issue, 114, X 14.
Removal of causes by one of several defendants, 114, 15.
Error to the state courts, 203, % 4.
Citation, 203, & 4.
Judgment and execution, 203, § 4.
Exceptions, 203, % 4.

STATE DEPARTMENT.

Second assistant secretary, 537, 8 1.

His salary, 537, 8 1.
STATES.

Lands donated to the several states for collegiate purposes, 398, 8 62-6 ; 399, 8 72–3.
Conditions of the grant, 399, % 67.

Annual reports to congress, 399, 70.
STATUTES AT LARGE.

Ilow copies of, in congressional library, to be disposed of, 404, § 2.
STEAMBOATS.

Where name of, to be placed, 537, & 1.
Penalty for neglect, 538, % 1.
Three copies of inspector's certificates to be given, 476, $ 3.
One to be posted, 476, & 3.
Barges carrying passengers, while in tow, to be provided with buckets, &c., 538, & 2.
Boat-disengaging apparatus to be provided, 538, 8 3.
Construction of boilers, 538, & 4.
Steam-connecting pipes, 538, 8 4.
Working pressure, 538, 8 4.
Additional safety-valves, 538, % 5.
Fusible alloys, 538, 8 5.
Water-gauges and gange-cocks, 538, 8 6.
Thickness of plates, &c., 538, 87.
Division of boilers, 538, 27.
Ignitible commodities not to be carried on deck, 540, % 22.
Lading of petroleum, &c., 540, $ 22.
Carrying of friction matches may be licensed, 540, 23.
How packed, 540, % 23.
What steamers to be subject to the navigation laws, 540, % 25.
Excise duty on receipts of, 358, 281.
Monthly returns to be made, 359, 2 286.
Payment of duties, 359, % 286.
Penalty for neglect, 359, % 286.
Books to be liable to inspection, 359, % 286.
Penalty for evasion of duties, 359, & 286.

Tax may be added to fare, 358, 8 281.
STEEL.

Duties on imported, 243, 8 64.
STOCKTON.

Inspector to be appointed for, 110, % 39.

His salary, 110, % 39.
STOREKEEPERS.

Appointment of internal revenue, 291, & 13.
Oath of office, 291, X 13.
Their powers and duties, 291, % 13.
Daily returns, 292, $ 13.
Monthly reports, 292, & 13.
Temporary appointments, 292, % 13.
Penalty for neglect of duty, 292, 2 13.

Duties, when in charge of distilleries, 322, 2 118.
ST. AUGUSTINE.

Terms of the courts at, discontinued, 210, 2.

Compensation of collector of customs, 228, % 18.
ST. LOUIS.

Clerks to assistant treasurer, 547, 8 14.
ST. MARK'S.

Compensation of collector of customs, 228, 2 18.
ST. PAUL.

District and circuit courts of Minnesota to be held at, 414, & 7, 9.
SUCCESSION DUTIES. See Legacy Duties.

Definitions, 367, 8 308.
Who to be deemed successors and predecessors, 367, 8 309.
What to be deemed a succession, 368, % 310.
Joint successions, 368, 311.
Cessation of charge to be deemed a succession, 368, & 312.
Effect of secret trusts, 368, % 313.
Voluntary conveyances, 368, 314.
Rates of succession duties on real estate, 368, % 315
Only one succession duty to be payable, 368, 316.
When payable, in case of alienation, 368, 317.
Duty on devise for charitable purposes, 369, 8 318.

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