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DEBTORS OF UNITED STATES.- Continue
On solvency of, priority of payment to
committed on the high seas, art. 2657. comptroller, 295.
Judgments and executions against, to
Other remedies against, reserved to
U. S. 304.
Debtors to post-office may be dis-
ing mute, or refusing to plead, 454.
as if pleading not guilty, p. 753. DECLARATION of intention to become ci.
DELAWARE, STATE OF, representatires
circuit court of, 510. District court
collection district in, p. 524.
when elected, and for what term.
DEMURRER, art. 645.
DEPARTMENTS executive, p. 28. Acts
(See State, Treasury, War,
DEPOSITE BANKS. (See page 35, &e.
art. 160. &c.)
ings against, p. 58. Comptroller in perpetuam rei memoriam, 635.
taken, p. 171, note,
rendered by, pursuant to notice, taken by dedimus potestatem, p. 171,
be compelled to account by distress, with law, ib.
supreme court, p. 174, note.
DEPUTIES of district attorneys, art. 600.
spective treaties with foreign nations,
and see p. 434.)
DESERTING mails, how punished, art.
process, 290. Aggrieved by war. DESERTiox from army, p. 643.
DESTROYING vessel, criminally, art. Sale of fractional sections, how made,
ry, or naval department, failing to ren- Application to purchase lands, mode
not to be sold at private sale for
Certain sections in every township,
may be divided, how, for sale, 1237.
No credit for purchase money to be
failing to make payment, proceed-
Price of public landshighest bidder
at public sale to be the purchaser,
until offered at public sale, 1241.
same tract, preference how deter-
Time for advertising sales, 1244.
ed, 1245, 1246.
pants, 1114, 1115, 1116.
Release from individuals, 1250.
Provisions for relief of purchasers, p.
Purchasers of public land, before
Sept. 1820, may relinquish any
section, &c.—payments made on
lands relinquished, applicable to
lands retained, art. 1251.
Interest for purchase of lands remit-
Purchasers divided into three classes
-credit allowed. Interest to be re-
mitted, when, i253.
laid off town lots, entitled to benefit
bond-residence-compensation, p. Lands forfeited, when, 1255.
Purchasers to file with registers their
ties of, compensation to, p. 336. Duty of registers and receivers in ex-
tion to, oath of, powers and duties Provisions in relation to lands subject
to forfeiture, 1258.
ed for sale, 1258.
avail themselves of act 1821, 1259,
Duty of registers and receivers in re.
lation to relief acts, 1260.
Relief extended to purchasers of lots, ENGRAVERS. See mint.
ENGRAVING counterfeit plate for bank.
in the army, p. 643.
void, may have repayment of pur- ENROLMENT of vessels, p. 436.
Entry of vessels. See shipping.
which have reverted to U. States, ENVOYs. See public ministers.
purchased the same sections, 1276. of, p. 162.
public offices to be removed, 27.
account of, art. 29.
Equity, jurisdiction courts of United
ERROR. See judiciary.
in entry of lands. See domain.
papers under seal of department of
transcripts from books and proceed-
ings of treasury, 299.
papers original, in evidence below,
before courts martial, art. 2367, &c.
copies of protests, authorized by con-
informer may give, 2094.
copies of papers filed and remaining
than that of original importation, wise affecting titles to land, 640.
parties compellable to produce books
in admiralty case, may be taken down
by clerk, when, 635.
authentication of records, &c., 638,
of treasury, 302.
writs of, may run into any state or ter-
ritory when, 303.
ca: sa: may be taken in first instance,
appraisers in case of, 651.
in a state, having more than one dis-
persedeas, p. 179, note.
insolvent not to be discharged from,
stay of execution, when, art. 644.
whence issued, 498.
auxiliaries, p. 28.
anticipation of a vacancy, p. 3, legislative power of, 679.
district attorneys of, 680.
compensation to, 681.
importation of slaves forbidden, 684.
taxes in, 687.
courts of, p. 148.
superior courts of, 584.
appointment of judges of, 586.
writs of error, &c. 593.
courts of appeals, 597.
collection districts in, p. 533.
land offices in, p. 333.
FORAGE, art. 2294, &c.
FOREIGN affairs, former office of, books
and papers of, art. 144.
how accounted for, 182.
legal tender, 2143, &c. and Appendix
A. No. 11.
vessels of war, courts of United States
revenue cases-remission of, see p. note,
captures by, United States, have juris-
diction over, when, ib.
vessels, papers to be produced to col-
-penalties on-may be apprehend- to be lodged with consuls, 1410.
ed-neglect of duty by, 1553, &c. not to be re-delivered until clearance
-how proceeded against, 1566. may be compelled to depart, 2595.
out passport, art. 1075.
FORFEITURES and penalties for breach of
of bank notes, checks, &c. 2631.
of certificates, 2609.
deed, &c. 2012.
ship's papers-custom-house papers,
FRANKS, (see post-office,) p. 98.
indemnity paid by, art. 737, &c.
commerce with, 741.
duties on, 742.
ton of merchandise, what, 743.
Horses, imported, duty free, art. 1685.
United States, art. 2293.
Marine, p. 433, and Appendix A
House of Correction-of Refuge-of-
prevention of, p. 580. See revenue.
port by, art. 2002.
Union, 185. Terms of admission, ib.
when-agent empowered to trans- court powers, 520.
number of representatives from, 22.
IRPORTATION, what, p. 482, note.
IMPORTS, duties on, (see Revenue,) not
to be laid by states except, art. 83.
States-judge may direct removal of IMPEACHMENT, by whom tried. Trial of
-chief justice to preside, when, 16.
by United States, proceedings against, to indictment, 17. To be removed
from office, 18. Members of con-
gress not liable to, note, p. 4.
power of, art. 24.
Indiana, state of, admitted into the
Union, 661. Terms of admission,
ib. District court in, 565,-to
representatives from, 22.
of land for public uses in, art. 661.
INDIANs, relations with, p. 299. Inter-
commissioner of Indian affairs estab-
lished-duty, salary of, art. 343.
Accounts to be transmitted to him,
ardent spirits, sale of, prohibited to,
others appointed, 350. (See Ap-
duties of certain superintendents of,
to cease, 347.
certain superintendencies established,
348. Duties of, 349.
sels, duties on—on goods imported in, &c. 351.
appointment of officers, when made,
limits of agencies—duties of agents,
additional security may be required
interpreters, mechanics, &c. compen-
annuities to, to whom and how paya-