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and counsellors, of supreme court,
AUDitors, in treasury department. For-
Duties of, p. 46. Of post-office de-
salaries of, art. 228.
when allowed. How conferred, p. vessels and commerce,duties on, p. 479.
AUTHENTICATION of public records, 639.
ed, p. 652.
gulations for army, to be approved by in criminal cases by whom taken, &c.
commissioners of 625.
fees for taking,
in suits and prosecutions for duties
common, defendant liberated on,
when, having taken benefit of in-
proceedings of, when defendant is af.
terward arrested, 167, note.
ed or disabled in service, art. 2415. tained, 627.
&c. 2276, 2466. Of officers. Military, in discharge of, defendant imprisoned
by civil authority of state, may not
BALTIMORE, port duty on tonnage, 1798.
Rank notes, what receivable in pay.
Bank of U. S.
nious, 2664—on ambassadors, 2630. with, 197.
to obtain statement from, 198.
BANKRUPTCY, powers of congress rela-
shall not expend moneys unauthorized,
ness, p. 169, note. Against garnishees restriction on trade of, 469.
in United States courts, p. 128, note. Morocco, 264. Appendix A. No. 13.
Salary of, 376. Clerk of, 377. TO BEER, PORTER and Ale, importation of,
advise with solicitor of treasury, 258. regulated, art. 2031.
378, 379. Term of, 128. Salaries of, art. 1702.
Benefit of CLERGI, not allowed, art. CARRIAGES, importations in, 2025.
CASTing away ships fraudulently, bow
punished, art. 2653.
vessels and commerce of, duties on,
treaty with, p. 275.
Census—when to be taken, how, 21.
in the army, 2323, &c.
of members of court martial, 2365.
of jurors in civil cases, 641.
in criminal cases, art. 2672, 2679.
boats on, art. 1657.
to congress, 89.
port to solicitor of the treasury, in the army, 2306.
in the navy, 3417.
Chile, treaty with, p. 293.
Civil CODE, p. 601.
may compel production of, in evi- of, how punished, art. 1458.
Citation on writ of error. See Error.
CIVILIZATION OF Indians, measures for,
of house of representatives to direct
oath of, 90.
bond of, 91.
to contract for printing, to report per-
sons employed by him and his er.
compensation to, 97.
compensation of, 97.
and certain offices, 98.
Of Courts. See p. 157.
to report judgments to solicitor of
to make reports relative to suits to so-
licitor of treasury, 254.
Of Supreme Court,
to reside and keep his office where,
not to suffer records to be taken from
Of District Court,-
duties of, in case of inability of dis.
appointment of, 608.
tion to, 608.
no preference to be given to one state
over another in, 74.
may be arrested, when, ib.
where recorded, 130.
when forfeited, 295.
COMMISSIONER OF REVENUE, certain dutie
of transferred to solicitor of treasury'
to take bail and affidavits, 625, 626.
COMMISSIONER OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, estab-
lished, p. 72. See Indians.
COMPENSATION. See titles of the several
officers who receive-not to be paid
to officer in arrear to United States,
term of office of, art. 128, see p. 541. of the treasury, p. 45; restrictions on,
amity, 955; mutual intercourse, duties, duties of, 203.
to make certain reports, &c. to solicitor
tonnage duty, 984, and see p. 481. elected, power of, art. 26.
may alter regulations for election of
its members, art. 27.
president may convene, at other than
usual places of sitting, when, 29.
each house of, judge of the qualifica-
visions relating to imports, p.390. members—quorum of, 30.
may compel attendance of members, 30.
behaviour, and expel a member, an act of congress depend on a fu-
ture event, p. 13, note.
pus, except, art. 71.
facto law, 72.
abridge freedom of speech, or the
restriction on, as to taxes, 74.
office, 41-on making contracts with franking privilege of, 447, 451.
44, 45, 46, 47. officers of, art. 89.
of, 49—printer, when and how elect- may fix rules for promotions and ap-
pointments, p. 26, note.
president shall give information to,
recommend measures to, convene,
may adjourn, art. 131.
state of, number of representatives
district court for, 543; collection dis-
ization and laws on bankruptcy, CONSTITUTION,
of the United States established-the
purpose thereof, art. 1.
laws and treaties made in pursuance
acts of congress and state laws void,
cotemporary exposition fixes construc-
oath to support, by whom, when, how
amendments to, how made, art. 69.
state powers, how affected by, p. 15,
enumeration of powers in, effect of, 83.
see appendix A, No. 14.
of United States, went into operation
when, p. 17, note.
minister estates of decedents, when,
powers vested by the constitu- ed, 462; ships papers to be deposited
with-when, where, 463; duties of, in
provided for by the constitution 464; giving false certificate of pro-
money unauthorized by law, 468; shall
not own vessels trading with Barbary,
of, not affected by certain specifica.
contempt against it, ib.
navy, p. 685.
proceedings by clerk to recover-
178, note; counsel fees allowed, as,
by whom paid, art. 2681; claimant of
vessel seized by United States, costs,
by, art. 647; attorney multiplying
vexatiously, 630; on writ of error,
648, and seq.
Cotton, manufactures of duty on, p. 469.
COUNTERFEITING, United States' securi.
and how made, 263, 264; annual ish, 55; punishment for, &c. see p.
tive to, 58.
tions, passim, p. 652 ; see navy rules
of inquiry, see army, p. 652.
in the navy, 2489.
CREDITORS, of United States, remedies
power of congress to punish, 59.
CRIMINAL CODE, p. 720
cases, art. 2583.
offences against the state, p. 720.
of, 2585—indictment for, p. 749.
misprison of treason-definition of
offence-punishment of, 2586.
criminal relations with and against fo.
Offence against the post-office acts, p. 725.
178, note; in actions against several United States, p. 732.
who might be joined, Offences in hinderance of justice, p. 734.
2629. Violating safe conduct, 2630.