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nalty for breach of revenue laws secreting deserting seamen, penalty
finding of the ship for medicine and
discovering vessel to be leaky—or un-
fit in her crew, provisions, or stores,
for the voyage proceedings in re.
penalty on master for ill treatment of,
what seamen may be employed on
board public and private vessels of
United States, p. 419, art. 1457,
lists of crews of private vessels to be
by him—no person to be employed
whose name is not inserted in such
collector—to be evidence, 1459.
president may give further directions
in relation to proofs of citizenship,
no seaman, not a citizen of United
board United States' vessels, unless,
consuls, &c. may object to employ-
vessels, when, 1462.
penalties on employment of forbidden
seamen, 1464-5; to what cases not
extended, 1466; limitation of suit
of protection by collector, 1481;
any of his crew impressed or de.
copy of this law to be transmitted to
ministers and consuls of United
to be made known to mas.
ters of vessels-master to make
pressed, &c.-penalty on neglect,
list of ship's company to be delivered
before clearance, to collector-bond
tified list at port of arrival in the
sons therein named, 1485.
board pursuant to agreement-pe- countries, p. 430.
eign port to report to collector
themselves-proceedings in relation to pay twenty cents per month for
each, to be retained from their
SEDITION, (see army.)
make like report and payment- gress.)
vacancies in, how filled, 13.
resident to provide thereout for chief justice shall preside over, when,
members of oath of, art. 45.
compensation to, 38.
classification of, note, p. 3.
note on the case of Mr. Lanman,
court, p. 145, note.
rine hospital in such parts as he proceedings in case of, ib.
Vessels of the United States, what-
Registry and Recording of Vessels, p.
transporting distressed seamen, Recording vessels, American built, be-
longing in whole or in part to for-
abroad, how punished, art. 2651. Fees under the registering act, 1393.
Ports of entry, p. 403.
for vessels beyond the Cape of Good
vessels bound to certain districts, to
touch at certain ports, &c. 404, &c.
Documents for and proceedings for tes-
sels entering U. S. p. 406.
Ship’s papers, foreign, to be lodged with
report of vessels after arrival, p. 410.
trade, p. 435.
vessels arriving having goods for for-
eign port, p. 412.
Enrolment and License of vessels, 1509.
For regulation of coasting trade, Uni-
steamboats belonging to foreigners,
to deal in, art, 157, &c.
SHIPPING of the U. States Continued. SPEAKER of the House of Representatives,
compensation to, 39.
in the navy, 2596.
distilled in U. States, bounty on ex-
entry of, at custom-house, how made,
STAGE DRIVERS exempt from militia
of mail, see Post-office.
States, New, admission of-power of
congress in, 66.
places in, 62.
ceedings of-effects of, 65.
republican form of government guar-
no one of the states to be deprived of
its representation in the senate, 69.
sovereign powers of, not impaired by
the constitution of the U. States, p.
and see note, p. 16.
nor other means of the general go-
jurisdiction of supreme court in
courts of the several states, writ of
removal of suit from, to circuit courts,
States, p. 154.
how authenticated, art. 639, &c.
records and judicial proceedings of
courts, how authenticated, ib.
records and exemplification of office
books in any state not appertaining
to a court, how authenticated, ib.
faith and credit of such records, pro-
exemplification of an act of the legis-
State, Department of-p. 29.
laden on board another vessel, art. 135, &c.
oath of, and of persons in his depart-
STATE, Department of.-Continued. SURVEYORS.-Continued.
term of office of, 128, 1933.
SWEDEN, treaties with, p. 237.
TARE, custom-house allowance for, 2040,
Taxes, internal, state, on lands of non-
laws of the United States, art. 145, Tras, report of after arrival, p. 410.
duty on, art. 1666.
tion and delivery of, p. 572-3.
but gold or silver a legal, 84.
of president made to congress, and district courts in, 558.
TERRITORIES of the United States,
delegates in congress from, 26.
slavery prohibited in, 674.
in Louisiana, 675, see Florida and
Wisconsin, p. 199.
courts of, p. 147.
TESTE of writs, art. 622.
Title of nobility, none shall be grant-
ed-shall not be accepted by an offi-
cer of the U. States, from a foreign
government, art. 76.
duties on, (see revenue) p. 508.
Tools of trade, exempt from duty, 1083.
of the U. States, p. 108, note.
in violation of laws of nations, p. 145,
Treason, see Criminal Code, 720, 749.
misprison of, art. 2586.
to make to congress an annual report
a statement of appropriations and of
funds in treasury, 184.
lo superintend collection of revenue,
to grant all warrants on the treasury,
to make report when required by con-
TREASURY DEPARTMENT.-Continued. TREASURY DEPARTMENT.-Continued.
to cause assays of foreign coin, 188. contingent expenses of foreign inter-
comptrollers of, see comptrollers. Aud.
treasurer of, to give bond, 229.
render quarterly accounts to comp-
troller, &c. 233.
submit his accounts, 235.
paid in certain currency, 194. duties of, relative to post-office, 388,
Register of, to keep accounts of re-
money-of debts, &c. 237.
of commerce of U. States, 238, 239.
Commissioner of the land office-esta-
blishment of—salary of-duties of,
Solicitor of-duties of, p. 52.
sons employed in his department, Accounts) 178.
TREASURY Notes, receivable at treasury
TREATIES-how made, 134.
supreme law of the land.
sury unless on appropriation, 75.
France, p. 216.
Tripoli, p. 256.
Tunis, p. 260.
Colombia, p. 226.
Confederation of Central America, p.
Denmark, p. 249.
Ottoman Porte, 220.
Brazil, Appendix A. No. 2.
cerned in certain business, 157, 158. TRIAL, to be by Jury, see Jury.
for offences committed without a
in capital cases, to be in county, art.
-how drawn-moneys paid on- Tunis_treaty with, p. 260.
plied to appropriations solely, 179.
ferable to another when, 180, 181. in senate, how supplied, art. 13.