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SUCCESSION DUTIES — Continucil.

When succession duties to be payable, 369, 8 319.
Interest in proceeds of sale, 369, 2 320.
Interest in personal property, subject to trust for investment, 369, & 321.
How value to be estimated, 369, % 322.
Contingencies not to be regarded, 369, § 323.
When duty to be refunded, 369, 323.
Duty to be charged only on amount received, 369, 2 324.
When amount may be compounded, 370, % 325.
Commissioner may commute succession duty, 370, % 326.
Priority of charge, 370, 2 327.
Separate assessments may be made, 370, 328.
Persons liable, to notify assessors, 370, § 329.
Duties of assessors, 370, X 329.
Payment of expenses, 370, X 329.
Penalty for neglect to make returns, 370, $ 330.

Appeals regulated, 370, 331.
SUGAR.

Duties on imported, 241, 2 62.
On confectionery, 241, % 62.

On molasses, 241, 8 62.
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC PRINTING. See Congressional Printer.

To determine form and style of printing, 512, 8 4; 514, 2 14.
To contract for erection of government printing office, 514, ê 19.
His duties, 514-15, % 20, 24.
Responsibilities of, 514, & 21.
Accounts of, 514, % 21.
Advances to, 515, % 21.
Limit of prices, 515, 21.
To be charged with paper and materials, 515, % 22.
To advertise for purchase of paper, 515, 825 ; 516, 8 32 ; 517, % 36.
How differences adjusted, 515, % 25; 517, 8 37.
Proceedings on default of contractor, 515, % 25 ; 518, % 37.
Accounts of paper received and expended, 516, % 25.
Reports to congress, 516, % 27, 31.
Penalty for being concerned in contracts, 516, % 28.
Punishment for collusion with contractors, 516, % 29.
Estimates and reports of payments, 516, ? 30.

Office of, abolished, and duties transferred to congressional printer, 518, 8 40.
SUPERINTENDENTS OF INDIAN AFFAIRS.

Appointment of, in Texas, 271, 2 1.
In Washington territory, 271, 2 3.
In California, 272, % 9.
Salary, 272, & 9.
Bond, 272, 9.
Clerk, 272, 29.

To seize liquors brought into the Indian country, 274, 2 29.
SUPERIOR.

Collection district, in Michigan, 412, & 20.
SUPERVISORS OF INTERNAL REVENUE.

Appointment of, 290, & 11.
Compensation, 291, % 11.
Their powers and duties, 291, & 11.

Power of, to suspend collectors and assessors, 296, & 28.
SUPREME COURT.

Number of judges, 541, 2 5.
Six judges to be a quorum, 541, 2 5.
Senior associate to act as chief justice in case of vacancy, 541, & 4.
Terms, 5+1, % 2.
Special terms, 541, & 2.
To frame general orders, in bankruptcy, 78, % 18.
To appoint marshal, 541, 2 3.

His powers and duties, 541, 2 3.
SURETY OF THE PEACE.

Commissioners to have power to take, and for good behavior, 56, 21.
SURGEON-GENERAL.

Rank and pay of, 38, & 14.

Clerks, 121, 2 3.
SURGEONS.

Special tax on, 350, % 248.
Who to be deemed surgeons, 350, % 248.
Number of, in the army, 38, % 14.
Number of, in the navy, 442, 8 86.

SURGEONS -- Continued.

Appointment of acting, 442, 8 86.
Pay, 445, 107.
In the navy, may be retired, 442, % 84.
Vacancies to be filled, 442, % 85.

To be appointed to examine applicants for invalid pensions, 484, & 12.
SURVEYORS-GENERAL.

To keep accounts of surveying private land claims, 390, & 10.
And report the same, 390, % 10.
Utah and Colorado to be a surveying district, 390, & 13–14.
Nevada united to California, 390, % 13–14.
Surveyor-general of New Mexico to act as register and receiver, 390, % 15.
Any surveyor-general may be required to act as register and receiver, 390, $ 15.
Salaries of certain surveyors-general, 391, 8 16.
New Mexico and Arizona to be a surveying district, 391, & 17.
Idaho and Nevada united to Colorado, 391, X 17.
Dakota and Montana to be a surveying district, 391, 8 17.

Surveyor-general of Montana, 391, % 19.
SURVEYORS OF CUSTOMS.

To furnish blank manifests and clearances, in certain districts, 229, ở 27.
SURVEYS OF LANDS.

When to become binding on the United States, 390, % 8.
Instructions to be deemed part of the contract, 390, 29.
Prices of surveys to be established, 390, & 10.
When settlers may have a township surveyed, 390, % 11.
Terms, 390, % 11.
All claims and grants to be surveyed by the proper officers, 390, & 12.

Titles not to be thereby affected, 390, % 12.
SUSPENSION BRIDGE.

A port of entry, in New York, 468, & 12.
SUTLERS.

In the army, abolished, 53, & 153.
Subsistence department to furnish sutlers' stores, 53, & 153.

Trading establishments may be allowed, at certain posts, 54, & 158.
SWAMP LANDS.

Act of 1850 extended to Minnesota and Oregon, 401, % 82.
Selection to be made within two years, 401, % 83.
To be certified to California, 104, X 16.
How character of lands to be determined, 105, & 16.
Lists to be furnished to commissione

105, & 17.
SWEDEN.

Treaty with, for extradition of criminals, 208, % 15-20.
TALLAHASSEE.

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

Duties on imported, 231, 2 37.
TARE.

Allowances for, how estimated, 255, % 102.
TARIFF.

Duties on imports, 229-55, 2 32-101.
Market value to be estimated on day of shipment, 235, X 44.
Extension of existing laws, 250, % 78.
Assessment where goods of different values are in the same invoice, 235, 246.
Duties on goods on shipboard and in the public warehouses, 240, 2 59 ; 250, 2 77.
Increase of certain specific duties, 235, 247, 51; 236, 252; 238, 8 154.
Ad valorem duties, 230–3, & 36-9; 237, § 53 ; 239, 8 58.

Increased tariff, 241, 8 62.
TAXES. See Assessors; Assistant Assessors ; Collectors of Internal Revenue; Internal Rere-

nue; Legacy Duties ; Special Taxes; Stamp Duties; Succession Duties.
TEA.

Duties on imported, 241, 8 62.
TECHE.

Compensation of collector of customs, 228, 2 18.
TELEGRAPHS.

Excise duties on receipts of telegraph companies, 359, & 284.
Monthly returns to be made, 359, % 286.
Payment of duties, 359, & 286.
Penalty for neglect to make returns, 359, 8 286.

TELEGRAPHS - Continued.

Books to be open to inspection, 359, % 286.
Penalty for non-payment of duties, 359, % 286.
Telegraph lines may be taken possession of for military purposes, 277, & 8.
To be placed under military control, 277, 8 8.
Penalty for obstructing the use thereof, 277, & 9.
Commissioners to assess damages, 277, 8 10.
Their compensation, 277, 8 11.
Limitation of the act, 277, & 11.
Right of way over the public lands, &c., 541, & 1.
Materials for construction, and stations, 542, 1.
Government business to have priority, 542, & 2.
Rights not to be transferable, 542, & 3.
Government may purchase at appraisement, 542, & 3.

Acceptance in writing to be filed, 542, 8 4.
TENDER.

Issue of legal tender notes, 167, § 1-3.

For what amount one, two, three and five-cent pieces to be a legal tender, 124–6, & 4, 8, 11, 14.
TENNESSEE.

In the sixth judicial circuit, 111, & 1.
Terms of courts, 542, 81, 3.
Special terms, 542, & 2.

Compensation of assessors and assistant assessors, 295, & 22.
TERRITORIAL COURTS.

Appeals from, may be prosecuted, notwithstanding admission as a state, 543, & 1.
To whom mandate to be directed, 543, & 1.
Where territorial courts may be held, 543, & 2.
Expenses, 543, & 2.

Jurisdiction of, in bankruptcy, 75, 8 6.
TERRITORIES.

Punishment of bigamy, 543, % 3.
Who to be excused from penalties of bigamy, 543, 3.
What real estate may be held by religious corporations, 543, % 4.
Compensation of assessors and assistant assessors, 295, % 22.
Negro suffrage, 543, 5.
Power to grant charters restricted, 543, 8 6.
Salaries of judges, 543, & 7.
Legislatures to be chosen for two years, 543, § 8.

Biennial sessions, 543, % 8.
TEXAS.

In the fifth judicial circuit, 111, 8 1.
Term of district court at Tyler, 544, & 1.
Collection districts, 544, 22–7.

Appointment of Indian agents and superintendent, 271, 2 1.
THEATRES.

Special tax on, 349, % 241.
What to be deemed theatres, 349, & 241.
Excise duties on receipts of, 359, 285.
Monthly returns to be made, 359, % 286.
Payment of duties, 359, % 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.
TIMBER.

Penalty for cutting on military reservations, 544, $ 1.

Duties on imported, 230, $ 37.
TIME.

Computation of, in bankruptcy, 100, & 108.
TIN.

Duties on imported, 230, % 36 ; 239,
TOBACCO.

Duties on imported, 242, 8 63; 250, 883; 254, 98 ; 342, 8 192.
To be warehoused, 254, 298.
On cigars, 251, & 88; 254, % 99.
Size of packages, 251, 288.
To be warehoused and stamped, 251, & 88.
Penalties for violation, 254, % 99.
On snuff, 242, % 63.
Excise duties on cigars, 340, & 186.
On tobacco, 335, 2 167.
On snuff, 335, % 167.

255.

TOBACCO-Continued.

How tobacco to be put up for sale, 336, 2 168.
Statement to be furnished to assessors by manufacturers of, 336, & 169 ; 340, % 187.
Accounts of manufacturers of tinfoil, 337, n.
Inspectors to be appointed, 291, n.
Inspection of, 336, n.
How cigars to be packed, 341, X 190; 342, & 192.
Manufacturers to give bond, 336, X 169 ; 341, & 187.
When additional security may be required, 336, & 169; 341, % 187.
Certificate to be issued and posted, 336, & 169; 341, % 187.
Penalty for violation, 337, & 169 ; 341, 187.
What to be deemed manufacturing, 337, 8 169.
Signs to be erected, 337, 8 170; 341, % 188.
Records to be kept by assessors and assistant assessors, 337, & 171 ; 341, & 189.
Inventory to be furnished, annually, on oath, 337, 8 172 ; 341, ở 191.
How books to be kept, 337, & 172; 342, 2 191.
Monthly abstracts, 337, 8 172 ; 342, % 191.
Penalty for neglect, 337, 8 172 ; 342, 8 191.
Dealers in leaf tobacco to render statements, on demand, 337, 8 172; 342, 2 191.
Stamps to be affixed and cancelled, 337, % 173 ; 342, 192.
To be furnished to collectors, 338, & 173 ; 342, 2 192.
Notice to be affixed to each package, 338, % 174 ; 342, 2 193.
Certain frauds to incur a forfeiture, 338, 175 ; 342, 2 194 ; 343, 2, 197.
Absence of stamp to be evidence of non-payment of tax, 338, % 176; 343, & 195.
Penalty for certain fraudulent violations of the law, 338, % 177 ; 343, & 194.
Stamped portion of empty boxes to be destroyed, 338, 8 178.
Penalty for second use, 339, & 178.
Export bonded warehouses to be established, 339, & 179.
Tobacco may be withdrawn but once, 339, % 179.
Removal in bond, to bonded warehouse, 339, 2 180.
Stamps to be affixed, before removal, 339, 180.
How stamps to be affixed where tobacco is manufactured on shares, 339, 8 181; 343, & 196.
Accounts of dealers in leaf tobacco, 339, 2 182.
Inventory of stock on hand, 340, % 183 ; 343, % 198.
What to be deemed manufactured after the passage of the act, 340, 8 183; 343, & 198.
Penalty for selling, as of prior manufacture, 340, % 184; 3-13, 199.
Stock on hand may be sold, after being stamped, 340, ở 185.
Penalty for other violations of the law, 344, $ 200.
Certain duties may be refunded, 344, % 201.
Certain manufactured tobacco may be sold in the original packages, 344, & 201.
Special tax on dealers in, 353, & 265.
On dealers in leaf, 352, & 264.
On manufacturers of, 353, & 266.

On manufacturers of cigars, 353, & 267.
TON.

What to be deemed a ton under the tariff law, 234, 8 42.
TONNAGE.

How tonnage of vessels to be ascertained, 532, 86; 534, ở 9.
To be marked on main beam, 534, 2 6.
Increase of tonnage duties, 425, % 1; 426, & 4.
How often to be collected, 425, 21; 426, 64, 7.
Exception of coasting vessels, 425, % 2.
Acts discriminating in favor of vessels of which three-fourths of the crew are citizens, repealed

408, & 1; 425, 8 3.
Tonnage duty on steam tug-boats, 426, & 5.

When tonnage duty to be paid, 426, 8 6.
TOWNS.

Town sites to be reserved from sale, 394, § 41.
To be appraised, 394, 8 42.
And sold in lots, 394, % 42.
Disposal of town lots, 394, 243.
Rights of actual settlers, 394, 8 43.
Extension limits, how adjusted, 394, 8 44.
Penalty for neglect to file map, &c., 395, % 45.
Powers of secretary of the interior, 395, 246.
Location of town lots, 395, 8 47.
Price of lots, 395, 247.
Rights in mineral veins, 395, & 47.
Municipal authorities may enter town sites, in trust, 395, % 48.
Amount of land, that may be so entered, 395, % 48.
Where there is no land office, 395, % 48.
Exceptions, 396, % 48.

Inhabitants may avail themselves of such privilege, 396, 49.
TRADE-MARKS.

Manufacturers of mineral waters, &c., in the District of Columbia, may register their marks,

197, ê 178.
Penalty for vending bottles so markel and registered, 197, 2 179.

TRANSFERS.

Of surplus, by heads of departments, prohibited, 33, & 1.
TREASON.

Punishment of, 153, & 4.
Disqualifications, 153, % 6.
Aiding rebels, 153, 25.

Corresponding with rebels, 154, % 8.
TREASURER.

Salary of the, 531, & 2; 545, 8 5-6.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

Additional assistant secretary, 545, & 2.
Assistant treasurer, 545, & 4.
Cashier and other officers, 545, 87.
Assistant register, 546, 29.
Clerks, 121, ở 1, 7; 546, 8 7.
Acting assistant treasurers, 547, % 20.
Salaries of assistant treasurers, 531, 3; 547, $ 21.
Employees in the treasury building, 548, % 28.
Accounts for contingent expenses, 549, % 28.

Expenditures for furniture and repairs, 549, 8 28.
TREASURY NOTES. See Currency.

Forgery of, punished, 154–7, 8 13-19.
TREATIES.

Printing and distribution of, 28, 8 4.
TRESPASS. See Mulicious Trespasses.
TRIALS.

Parties may waive jury trial, in circuit courts, 102, & 3; 118, § 23.
Trial of issues of fact, by the court, 103, 87; 118, 83.

Bills of exception, 118, % 3.
TRIPOLI.

Judicial powers of consuls, 138, 8 31.
TRUST COMPANIES.

Tax on dividends of, 364, % 300.
TUNIS.

Judicial powers of consuls, 138, % 31.
TURKEY.

Judicial powers of minister and consuls, 136, & 23.
TURNPIKE COMPANIES.

Tax on bonds of, 364, 302.
To be deducted from dividends, 365, % 302.
Returns to be made on oath, 365, & 302.

Penalty for default, 365, 302.
TUSCUMBIA.

Discontinued as a port of delivery, 228, 2 25.
TWINE AND THREAD.

Duties on imported, 233, 239; 240, % 58.
TYLER.

Term of the district court of Texas at, 544, 1.
TYPE AND TYPE-METAL.

Duties on imported, 231, & 37 ; 234, & 40; 240, 8 58.

On stereotype plates, 231, 37; 240, 8 58.
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.

Duties on imported, 253, % 95.

On imported materials for, 232, & 39.
UNITED STATES.

May appeal without security, 202, & 2; 203, % 8.
Payment of costs, 202, % 2.
How commissions to foreign countries to be returned, when the United States is a party, 204, 2 5.

May rent certain unproductive lands, 400, 8 81.
USURY.

Penalty for, by banking companies, 64, & 30.
UTAH.

Governor to assign judges, &c., 549, & 1.
Utah and Colorado to be a surveying district, 390, % 13-14.

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