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SUCCESSION DUTIES-Continued.

319.

When succession duties to be payable, 369,
Interest in proceeds of sale, 369, 320.
Interest in personal property, subject to trust for investment, 369, 321.
How value to be estimated, 369, 322.

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SUPERIOR.

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC PRINTING. See Congressional Printer.

To determine form and style of printing, 512, 4; 514, 14.

To contract for erection of government printing office, 514, 19.
His duties, 514-15, 20, 24.

Responsibilities of, 514, 21.

Accounts of, 514, 21.

Advances to, 515,

21.
Limit of prices, 515,

21.

22.

To be charged with paper and materials, 515,
To advertise for purchase of paper, 515, 25; 516, 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,
Reports to congress, 516, 27, 31.

25.

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, 40.
SUPERINTENDENTS OF INDIAN AFFAIRS.

Appointment of, in Texas, 271, 8 1.

In Washington territory, 271, 3.

In California, 272,

9.

Salary, 272, 9.
Bond, 272, 9.

Clerk, 272, % 9.

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

SUPREME COURT.

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.

SURETY OF THE PEACE.

Number of judges, 541,

5.

Six judges to be a quorum, 541, 8 5.

1, 8 4.

Senior associate to act as chief justice in case of vacancy, 541,
Terms, 541, 2.

Special terms, 541, 2.

328.

To frame general orders, in bankruptcy, 78, 2 18.

To appoint marshal, 541,

3.

His powers and duties, 541, 3.

SURGEON-GENERAL.

329.

Rank and pay of, 38, 14.
Clerks, 121, 3.

Commissioners to have power to take, and for good behavior, 56, 2 1.

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SURGEONS- Continued.

SURVEYORS-GENERAL.

Appointment of acting, 442, 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 OF CUSTOMS.

To furnish blank manifests and clearances, in certain districts, 229, 8 27.
SURVEYS OF LANDS.

When to become binding on the United States, 390, ? 8.
Instructions to be deemed part of the contract, 390, 2 9.
Prices of surveys to be established, 390, 10.

When settlers may have a township surveyed, 390, ? 11.
Terms, 390,

11.

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,

16.

New Mexico and Arizona to be a surveying district, 391, ? 17.

Idaho and Nevada united to Colorado, 391, % 17.

SUSPENSION BRIDGE.

TAR.

Dakota and Montana to be a surveying district, 391, 17.
Surveyor-general of Montana, 391, 19.

TARE.

SUTLERS.

All claims and grants to be surveyed by the proper officers, 390, 12.
Titles not to be thereby affected, 390, 12.

SWAMP LANDS.

TEA.

A port of entry, in New York, 468, ? 12.

SWEDEN.

In the army, abolished, 53,

153.

Subsistence department to furnish sutlers' stores, 53,

153.

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

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

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

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, 16.

How character of lands to be determined, 105, 16.
ᏞᎥ to be furnished to commissioner, 105, 17.

TARIFF.

Duties on imported, 231, 37.

Allowances for, how estimated, 255, 102.

Duties on imports, 229-55, 32-101.

Market value to be estimated on day of shipment, 235, 44.

Extension of existing laws, 250, % 78.

Assessment where goods of different values are in the same invoice, 235, 46.

Duties on goods on shipboard and in the public warehouses, 240, 59; 250, 8 77.

Increase of certain specific duties, 235, 47, 51; 236, 52; 238, 154.

Ad valorem duties, 230-3, 36-9; 237,

53; 239, 2 58.

Increased tariff, 241, 62.

TAXES. See Assessors; Assistant Assessors; Collectors of Internal Revenue; Internal Reve-
nue; Legacy Duties; Special Taxes; Stamp Duties; Succession Duties.

Duties on imported, 241, 62.

Compensation of collector of customs, 228, 18.

TECHE.

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, 286.

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TELEGRAPHS-Continued.

TENDER.

TERRITORIAL COURTS.

Issue of legal tender notes, 167, 2 1-3.

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

In the sixth judicial circuit, 111, ? 1.

Terms of courts, 542, 1, 3.

Special terms, 542, % 2.

Compensation of assessors and assistant assessors, 295, 22.

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.
Penalty for obstructing the use thereof, 277, 9.
Commissioners to assess damages, 277, 10.
Their compensation, 277, 11.

Limitation of the act, 277, 8 11.

Right of way over the public lands, &c., 541, ? 1.
Materials for construction, and stations, 542, 1.
Government business to have priority, 542, 8 2.
Rights not to be transferable, 542, § 3.

Government may purchase at appraisement, 542, 8 3.
Acceptance in writing to be filed, 542, % 4.

TERRITORIES.

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, 8 2.

Jurisdiction of, in bankruptcy, 75, 8 6.

TIME.

TIN.

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Penalty for cutting on military reservations, 544, 1.
Duties on imported, 230, ? 37.

Computation of, in bankruptcy, 100, 108.

Duties on imported, 230, 36; 239, § 55.

Duties on imported, 242,
To be warehoused, 254,
On cigars, 251, 88; 254, 99.
Size of packages, 251,

88.

To be warehoused and stamped, 251, 2 88.

63.

Penalties for violation, 254, 299.
On snuff, 242,
Excise duties on cigars, 340, 186.
On tobacco, 335, 167.

On snuff, 335, 167.

TOBACCO.

655

63; 250, 83; 254, 98; 342, 192.
98.

TOBACCO-Continued.

TON.

How tobacco to be put up for sale, 336,

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, 190; 342, 192.
Manufacturers to give bond, 336, 169; 341, 187.

When additional security may be required, 336, 169; 341, 187.
Certificate to be issued and posted, 336, 8 169; 341, 187.

Penalty for violation, 337, 169; 341, 187.
What to be deemed manufacturing, 337, 169.
Signs to be erected, 337, 170; 341, 188.

Records to be kept by assessors and assistant assessors, 337,
Inventory to be furnished, annually, on oath, 337, 172; 341,
How books to be kept, 337, 172; 342, 191.

172; 342, 191.

Monthly abstracts, 337,
Penalty for neglect, 337,

172; 342, 191.

Dealers in leaf tobacco to render statements, on demand, 337, § 172; 342, § 191.
Stamps to be affixed and cancelled, 337, § 173; 342, § 192.
To be furnished to collectors, 338, 173; 342, 192.

Notice to be affixed to each package, 338, 174; 342, 193.

Certain frauds to incur a forfeiture, 338, 175; 342, 194; 343, 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, § 178.

Penalty for second use, 339, 178.

Export bonded warehouses to be established, 339, 179.

179.

Tobacco may be withdrawn but once, 339,

Removal in bond, to bonded warehouse, 339, 180.
Stamps to be affixed, before removal, 339, 180.

How stamps to be affixed where tobacco is manufactured on shares, 339, 181; 343, & 196.

Accounts of dealers in leaf tobacco, 339, 182.

Inventory of stock on hand, 340, 183; 343, 198.

What to be deemed manufactured after the passage of the act, 340, 183; 343, 198.

Penalty for selling, as of prior manufacture, 340, 184; 343, ¿ 199.

Stock on hand may be sold, after being stamped, 340,

185.

200.

TONNAGE.

Penalty for other violations of the law, 344,

Certain duties may be refunded, 344, 201.

Certain manufactured tobacco may be sold in the oríginal packages, 344, ₹ 201.

265.

Special tax on dealers in, 353,
On dealers in leaf, 352, 264.
On manufacturers of, 353, 266.

On manufacturers of cigars, 353, 267.

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

How tonnage of vessels to be ascertained, 532, § 6; 534, § 9.

To be marked on main beam, 534, 6.

Increase of tonnage duties, 425, & 1; 426, & 4.

How often to be collected, 425, 1; 426, 4, 7.

2.

TOWNS.

Exception of coasting vessels, 425,

Acts discriminating in favor of vessels of which three-fourths of the crew are citizens, repealed
408, 1; 425, 8 3.

Tonnage dut on steam tug-boats, 426, 5.
When tonnage duty to be paid, 426, % 6.

171; 341, § 189.
191.

Town sites to be reserved from sale, 394, 8 41.
To be appraised, 394, 42.
And sold in lots, 394, 42.

43.

Disposal of town lots, 394,
Rights of actual settlers, 394,
Extension limits, how adjusted, 394, & 44.
Penalty for neglect to file map, &c., 395,
Powers of secretary of the interior, 395, 46.

45.

Location of town lots, 395, 8 47.

43.

Price of lots, 395, 47.

Rights in mineral veins, 395, 8 47.

Municipal authorities may enter town sites, in trust, 395, 48.

Amount of land, that may be so entered, 395, 48.

TRADE-MARKS.

Where there is no land office, 395, 48.

Exceptions, 396, 48.

Inhabitants may avail themselves of such privilege, 396, 49.

Manufacturers of mineral waters, &c., in the District of Columbia, may register their marks,
197, 178.

Penalty for vending bottles so marked and registered, 197,

179.

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TREASURER.

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

Additional assistant secretary, 545, 8 2.
Assistant treasurer, 545, 4.

Cashier and other officers, 545, 7.
Assistant register, 546, 9.
Clerks, 121, 1, 7; 546, 8 7.
Acting assistant treasurers, 547, 8 20.
Salaries of assistant treasurers, 531,
Employees in the treasury building, 548,
Accounts for contingent expenses, 549, 28.
Expenditures for furniture and repairs, 549, 28.

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UTAH.

Tax on bonds of, 364, 302.

To be deducted from dividends, 365, 302.

302.

Returns to be made on oath, 365,
Penalty for default, 365,

302.

TYLER.

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

Duties on imported, 233, 39; 240, 58.

3; 547, 21.
28.

UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.

Duties on imported, 253, 95.

On imported materials for, 232, 39.

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

Duties on imported, 231, 37; 234, 40; 240, 58.
On stereotype plates, 231, 37; 240, 58.

UNITED STATES.

USURY.

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, 5.
May rent certain unproductive lands, 400,

81.

Penalty for, by banking companies, 64, % 30.

Governor to assign judges, &c., 549, 1.

Utah and Colorado to be a surveying district, 390, 13-14.

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