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TARIFF OF 1890–Continued.

TELEGRAPH–Continued.
Zinc-Continued.

wires of, in District of Columbia not to be
sheets

213
827
erected over streets, etc

.597, 598
old ...

214

827 subsidized railroads to maintain. .602-604
oxide of.

60

815 connecting Capitol with Departments may
TAXES (See Internal revenue; Customs ;

be used only on public business

5
Tariff'; Tariff of 1890),

to be under supervision of officer in charge
authority to employ persons to assist in

of public buildings and grounds... 3
collecting, etc., repealed

37 condemned material for, may be sold . 251
repeal of tax on bank checks, matches,

willful injury to works of United States
perfumery, medicines, etc.

405
lines of, how punished

46
repeal of bank tax on capital and deposits.

404

military, on frontier, reports of expendi-
of 10 per cent. on notes other than na-

tures of...

74
tional-bank notes for circulation... 61 disbursing officer for

note 896
ten per cent. tax on notes of persons, State

Signal Office to have control of.

74, 879
banks, etc., to apply to evidences of

telegrams may be transmitted by certain
indebtedness

61

railroad companies for Army ...... 267, 268
on circulating notes, etc., of mining, etc.,

facts concerning, to be included in census. 260
companies, prior to November, 1873,

TELEPHONE COMPANIES,
may be remitted..

96

in District of Columbia, how formed...... 314
on distilled spirits..

287, 289
(See Distilled spirits.)

TENNESSEE,
withdrawn from distillery warehouse for

district judge for western district of, his
exportation may be remitted on such

salary and powers..

181
as is lost by leakage or accident.... 275
judge for eastern district.

181
except to extentof excessive insurance. 275

Perry County added to middle judicial dis-

trict.
unpaid, in such case not to be collected. 275

90

western judicial district in, divided into
on spirits in warehouse to be collected
when loss is excessive...

eastern and western divisions, etc..202, 203
286

Hardeman County added to eastern divis-
to be paid within three years from entry:

286

ion of western district.
allowance for loss of, by leakage and

392
other casualties...

288
eastern judicial district divided into north-
ern and southern divisions

295
none, on manufacture of wooden stills by
distillers for their own use.

289
clerks, marshal, and attorney of..

295
on spirits sold for taxes may be reduced

each to appoint deputy at Chattanooga. 295
when tax is greater than value of

courts to be held at Chattanooga.

295

suits, etc., where to be commenced, etc.
spirits
234

295

residence of jurors.
assessments for deficient production by dis-

296
service of jurors

296
tillers may be remitted in certain

235
may make laws for protection or lease of

school lands
distillers of fruit exempt from..
235

439
on spirits accidentally destroyed by fire

Chattanooga a port of delivery

318
may be remitted or refunded.... 235
port of Memphis extended.

676
not to be remitted when fully insured..

Knoxville, Nashville, and Memphis, ports

228
on tobacco and snuff ...

861

of delivery, with privileges of imme-
on cigars and cigarettes...

diate transportation..
405

895
assessment of, on tobacco, snuff, and cigars

Fentress County added to southern division
removed without stamps

of eastern judicial district..
239

471
inported scraps of tobacco, etc., may be

Grundy County added to middle judicial

district
transferred to manufacturer without

471
payment of ...

239

TENURE OF OFFICE ACT,
drawback of, on tobacco, snuff, and cigars

provisions of, repealed ...

558
when exported..

240 TERRITORIES (See the sereral Territories),
assessment and collection of.

225 officers of, appointed by President not to
annual returns by persons liable to.

225
have salaries until sworn in...

100
collector may examine persons and

to take oath of office within Territories. 100
papers.

226 appeals from courts of to circuit court of
collectors not to issue receipts in lieu of

appeals

905
stamps

226 Army officers not to hold office in unless
to be a lien on all property.

226
retired.

412
proceedings in sale of real estate for pay-

allotments of lands in severalty to Indians
ment of.....

.226, 227
in .....

notes 534-537
Commissioner to have charge of real es-

permanent appropriation for supply of
tate acquired by, and may sell or

stores to militia of..

537
lease same, or release on payment 227 Secretary of War to issue arms, etc., to 124,
in District of Columbia, rate, assessment

148, 164, 205
and collection, etc.
22, 180, 216 sessions of legislatures of, limited ...

313
list of lots sold to be kept.

216 extra, not to be called without approval
(See District of Columbia,-taxation).

by President.

31
TEAS,

number and pay of members of legislatures 200
importation of adulterated and spurious

to be divided into council and representa-
prohibited

398
tive districts..

200
provisions concerning
.398, 399 subordinate officers of legislatures..

201
TELEGRAPH

secretaries allowed fees in certain cases... 201
receipts from private dispatches on Gov.

expenses for public printing by, not to ex-
ernment telegraph to be paid into

ceed $2,500 a year.

201
Treasury

420 secretaries of, to furnish annual estimates. 17

cases

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etc

TERRITORIES—Continued.
to furnish to surveyor-general copies of
acts incorporating towns.

139
not prohibited from creating towns, cities,
and municipal corporations

172
may provide for custody, etc., of convicts
in other Territory or State

299
justices of peace in, to fill vacancies; how
appointed

280
to hold till successors are elected.

280
courts in, need not exercise common law

and chancery jurisdiction separately 7
right of trial by jury preserved..

7
appellate jurisdiction from, to Supreme

Court of United States; how exer-

cised, and proceedings in ... 7,485, note 901
timber may be cut on public lands in for
domestic purposes, etc

166
act prohibiting passage of local or special
laws, and limiting indebtedness,

.503, 505
may create counties.

598
homes for disabled soldiers, etc., in, to be
aided.

.617, 618
in schools of, study of efiects of alcoholie,
etc., drinks, compulsory.

192
inspection of coal mines..

.918-950
Territorial statutes to supersede this law 930
aliens prohibited from holiling real estate
in

536
laws of holding real estate by corpora-
tions

556
having libraries to receive Congressional
Record

387
act punishing bigamy and polygamy in.. 331-

333, 568
TEXAS,
judicial districts in .....note 217-220, 138, 674, 885
times of holding courts in.... note 217,

439, 674, note 703
processes against defendants in different

counties; where to be returned... 218
suits against more than one defendant in
different divisions..

219
transfer of pending cases.

219
assignment of judges.

219
judge for northern district

219
district attorney and marshal for northern
district.

219
present district attorneys, marshals, and
clerks

219
clerk and deputies for northern district.. 220
deputy at El Paso..

138
part of Indian Territory annexed. .389, 674
Jackson County transferred from western
to eastern district...

265
processes returnable at San Antonio in-

stead of Brownsville for certain
counties.

266
in which division offenses to be tried. 297
Aransas County added to western district 297
district and circuit courts in western dis-

trict of, when and where to be helil. 217
boundary between, and Public Land Strip
and New Mexico.

927
Indians prohibited from going into.

119
cavalry to be employed in defense of
frontier...

282
Galveston a collection district.

676
San Antonio to be a port of immediate de-
livery

715
Galveston, Houston, Brownsville, Corpus

Christi, Indiangla, ports of imme-
diate delivery.

.293, 294
ports of entry and delivery in.

.805, 806
goods for export to Mexico withdrawn from
Eagle Pass.

806

THIRD ASSISTANT POSTMASTER-

GENERAL (See Postal Serrice;
Postmaster-General; Post-Office De-

partment),
may sign contracts for postage stamps, etc. 135
THIRD ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF

STATE,
appointment of, etc

17
THIRD AUDITOR, (See Accounting officers;

Auditors),
duties of, in relation to allowance of claims

of loyal citizens for stores furnished

Army during the rebellion.......... 14, 159
accounts of Signal Service to be settled by. 793
TIMBER

to encourage growth of, laws repealed....note 940
claims already initiated, preserved .. 910
requirement of planting 2,700 trees on
each acre repealed ..

910
period of cultivation to run from entry. 940

entries may be commuted after 4 years. 910
may be cut from mineral lands in certain
States, etc., for domestic purposes..

166
sale of lands in California, Oregon, Nevada,

and Washington, chietly valuable for 169
penalty for unlawfully cutting, on public

lands in California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington

168
depreslation auction may be defended if

timber is removed under regulations
of Secretary of Interior...

939
cut from public lands and exported from
Territories liable to seizure.

159
depredation of, on Indian reservations and

lands reserved for military or other
purposes.

588
Indians may cut or remove dead..

613
notices of contest under timber-culture
laws..

169
TOBACCO (See Internal rerenue),
for Navy, how to be purchased.

326
manufacturers of, removing same from
warehouse for export

may give
transportation bond..

.61, 385
provisions for exportation of...

61, 62.

240, note 385, 391,511
fraudulently claiming drawback on, how

punished
internal-revenue tax on

X64
tariff on
reimported, to pay internal-revenue tax.. 818
perique, in form of cheroots, may be sold
by producer without payment of....

391
special tax on dealers, peddlers, and
manufacturers repealed

862
manufacturers of, to furnish statement to

collector before commencing business
to give bond
to obtain certificate of collector, etc.
penalties for violations of law.

238
to attix label to packages of
dealers in leaf to keep certain books.

238
packages of, how to be put up.
assessment of tax on, when removed with-

out stamps.
importeil saraps, cuttings, etc., of, may be

transferred to manufactory without

payment of tax
restrictions upon growers of, repealed

813
growers must report sales on demand.. 863
pedillers of, to obtain certificate of collector.
forfeitures for refusing to produce certifi-
cates when demanded...

863
horses, wagons, etc., of, unlawfully used,
may be seized....

239
collectors of internal revenue to keep
record of manufacturers of.

861

-62, 386

237
237
238

.238, 239

239

239

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TOBACCO-Continued.

TRANSPORTATION OF DUTIABLE
to cause manufacturers of, to be num-

GOODS IN BOND-Continued.
bered, etc....

865
bond of carriers

293
drawback of tax paid on, when exported . 240

quadruplicate invoices to be taken by con-
inspectors of tobacco and cigars abolished, 511

suls, etc., without additional fee.. 293
cigars, bond of manufacturer of.

240 merchandise not to be so transported when
penalties for removing, without boxing,

it has been landed ten days.

294
and other violations of law.
241 lieu for freight on, how preserved

295
exported, are exempt from internal-

repeal of former provisions on the subject. 295
revenue tax..

241 vessel loaded with certain bulky articles
bonds given on withdrawal of, for export,

when may unload at any point in
when and how may be canceled.... note 391

collection district

446
TONNAGE,

TRAVEL (See Mileage),
rules and fees for measuring.

.378, 379

expenses of, only to be allowed to public
certification of measurement

379
officers, except, etc.

66, 81
rate of charges on certain vessels.... note 495, 583 mileage for, at 8 cents a mile allowed offi-
in excess of foreign charges, may be sus-

cers of Army in certain cases.

113
pended ....
note 495, 583 and to officers of Navy...

109
foreign governments to be invited to abolish 495

except when traveling abroad..

377
refund of tonnage dues when exacted con-

expenses of officers of Navy traveling
trary to treaty stipulations....

196

under orders not to be paid unless
TOWN SITES,

approved by Secretary

59
quantity of lands excluded from pre-

laws on mileage reviewed

.81, 756
emption for....

138

TREASURER (of United States),
certain entries in, confirmed.

138
where site exceeds maximum, what pro-

salary of, and of Assistant Treasurer...... 75

138
ceedings to be had..

489
assistant may act, when..

489
less than maximum, additional entries may

acting assistant may be appointed
be made..

139
in case of absence or death of, who may
act

489
copies of acts incorporating towns to be
furnished by secretaries of Terri-

liability and bondsmen..

489
tories......

139

force in office of, to carry into effect law
do not include mining rights..

915

for redemption of bank notes.... 76
may in certain cases

disburse congres-
how, may be entered in Oklahoma...730, 739, 740

sional pay

348
in Alaska

944

Indian trust fund to be in custody of ....105, 279
towns may enter land for cemetery and park

to collect interest on same and pay to
purposes..
810

105
TRADE DOLLARS,

Secretary of Interior..
not a legal tender...

124
to make purchases and sales..

105
no longer to be issued or coined

568

supervising power of Secretary of Inte-
TRADE-MARKS,

rior not affected

105
registration of .

322

revenues of District of Columbia to be de-
Commissioner of Patents to decide on

posited with, and disbursements
claims ....

made by..
323

176
certificates of registry, how issued.

323

power and duties of sinking-fund commis-

sioners of District transferred to
323

179
duration of protection
credit for fee before paid.

323
assistant treasurer at Charleston abol.

ished
323

120
registration, prima facie evidence
counterfeiting, how punished

323

TREASURY, ASSISTANT SECRE-
restrictions upon action for infringement. 324

TARY OF THE,
fraudulent..
324 salary of two

75
former rights preserved

324
additional anthorized

772
regulations as to transfers..

324 TREASURY, DEPARTMENT OF THE
for foreign countries, how registered here.. 324

(See Treasury, Secretary of the; Ac-
used in foreign commerce and with Indian

counting officers; Treasurer),
tribes..
378 organization and salaries in

75
articles imitating domestic, not admitted.. 858 force in carrying out law for redemption
record of, to be kept by Secretary of Treas-

of national-bank notes

76
ury

858 reimbursement of, for redemption of na-
copies to be sent to customs officers. 858

tional-bank notes

76
TRANSPORTATION OF DUTIABLE

appointments in, to be distributed among
GOODS IN BOND,

States

76
immediate inland transportation in bond

settlement of accounts of Pacific railways. 254
of dutiable merchandise.......293–295, 297 revenues of District to be deposited in
merchandise to be so transported to be en-

Treasury, disbursements made there-
tered of record at port of arrival.... 293

from, and accounts settled

176
to what ports the privileges extended..notes 293, accounting officers to examine claims under

294

exhausted appropriations, and bal-
kind of merchandise subject thereto

510

ances due to be reported to Congress. 180
not to be transshipped or unladen
540 divisions of loans and currency created

76
to be loaded directly from vessel
447 to be consolidated

119
to apply only to goods liable to specific

notes and bonds may be engraved in (See
duties

511
Notes)

136
to be examined there, and appraised at

Supervising Architect of, to make plans
port of destination

293

and estimates for public buildings
to be transported by designated common

and have same approved before any
carriers only...

293
money expended ..

74

180, 470

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TREASURY, SECRETARY OF THE

(See Treasury, Department of the),
miscellaneous provisions,
salary of two assitants

75
additional assistant authorized.

772
may lease unproductive public property. 251
authority of, to employ persons to recover
money withheld repealed, etc

37
may permit Bureau of Engraving and

Printing to furnish portraits, etc 275
to furnish certain agricultural colleges
with weights and measures

329
may set off claims of the Government,
against judgments, etc.

90
may fix time for taking seals in Alaska. 6
to appoint cadet lieutenants for Revenue
Marine

114
may permit changes of names of vessels. 320, 462
duties in relation to carriage of passen-
gers by sea.

.363-369
duties in relation to importation of for-

eigners under contract to labor.....541, 934
duties in relation to immigration, laws
reviewed

note 934
Chinese immigration, laws reviewed.. 625

(Seo Immigration.)
to take measures to prevent export of dis-
eased live stock.

436
may remit and refund fines, under laws

relating to vessels or seamen (See
Refunds; Remissions)

445
duties of, to Mississippi River Commis-
sion.

269
to place money appropriated to chari-

table corporations, etc., to credit of
fiscal officer of corporation .

42
may sell at auction property of Light-

House Board no longer needed... 42
as to loans and currency,
to direct printing of national notes on
distinctive paper

72, 73
to have three plate printings on bonds,
notes, etc

73
where to be printed.

73, 136
duties as to redemption of national-bank
notes ..

76
to direct disposal of pulp from maceration
of notes...

42
to fix compensation of certain occasional
examiners of banks...

64
as to public buildings (See Buildings,

Public),
to approve plans before any money ex-
pended

74
oath to be filed with, by commissioners
to select sites

51
persons employed on, to be reported by. 562
act authorizing purchase of site or erec-

tion of building by, does not appro-
priate unless so expressed ....

380
as to accounts, appropriations, and esti-

mates (See Accounts; Appropriations;
District of Columbia, -estimates; Esti-

mates),
how to classify estimates for Navy..... 317
to transmit to Congress report of re-

ceipts and expenditures in Naval
service

193
to report amounts allowed by accounting
officers

180
to carry unexpended balances to surplus
fund..

18
all estimates to be reported through,
after being classified, etc.

470
estimates to be furnished to, by heads of
Departments, when

72

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TREASURY, SECRETARY OF THE-

Continued.
accounts, appropriations, and esti-

mates—Continued.
what to be included in Book of Estimates 72
to include persons employed on public
buildings

562
estimates for District of Columbia, to be
approved by

...176, 290, 322
to submit estimates for expenses of na-

tional loan; permanent appropria-
tion repealed

18
as to claims,
allowed claims for stores taken by Army
to be reported

14
claims allowed by accounting officers to

be reported
claims of United States, how set off

against claims against United
States

90
under coinage laws (See Coin; Coin certifi-

cates),
may prescribe regulations for execution
of foreign coinage at the mints

3
to issue silver in exchange for notes.. 124
to purchase, etc., of silver bullion... 125
duties of, relating to coinage.152, note 774, 775
may apply surplus money to purchase
bonds, etc

321
to establish assay office at St. Louis, Mo. 315
may constitute superintendents of mints

and assayers as assistant treasurers

to receive gold and issue certificates. 173
may transfer to assistant treasurer at

New York from bullion fund gold
bars for redemption of coin certifi-
cates, etc.

40
may use coin certificates to pay depositors

of bullion at mints and assay offices.200, 250
may issue gold certificates for coin ... 356
as to Life-Saving Service,

duties of, under act in relation to.......29, 190
may accept and pay volunteer crews... 29
may prepare and give medals of honor..30, 193
may make regulations....
may dispose of condemned articles..

30
may remitor mitigate penalties incurred. 30
collectors to transmit to, reports of acci-

dents to and probable loss of vessels. 30
other duties of, in relation to.... ...190–193
to acquire sites for stations

72
may dispose of condemned articles.

30
may remit penalties under

30, 31
as to Pacific railroads,
to require Pacific Railroad Company to

pay to United States percentage on
net earnings

40
other duties of, in relation to the Pacific
railways..

.161-164
may protect United States by redeeming
prior incumbrances

557
under internal-revenue laws (See Inter-

nal rerenue),
may designate one of deputy commission-

ers of internal revenue to be first... 3
appointment of special agents for inter-
nal revenue service

.222, 468
to approve regulations made by Commis-

sioner of Internal Revenue for remis-
sion of taxes on spirits lost by leak-
age when removed for export

275
for carrying into effect act relating to

bonded warehouses for fruit brandy. 141
to approve stamps established for in-

ternal-revenue use by the Commis-
sioner

243

ac-

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TREASURY, SECRETARY OF THE-

TREASURY, SECRETARY OF THE-
Continued.

Continued.
under internal-revenue laws--Cont'd.

under customs laws—Continued.
may remit tax on notes, etc., of mining

may increase pay of night inspectors of
and other companies used for circu-

customs

292
lation prior to November, 1873

96 may appoint deputy collector for Lake
may unite duties of internal-revenue

Charles, La

279
storekeeper and gaugerin one officer. 120

and, as also other officers, at Seaford,
duties of, in relation to bonds of collect-

Del

276
ors of internal revenue.

222
in Revenue Marine Service..

114
to fix salaries of collectors of internal

special agents, rank, number, and pay. 927
revenue...

224 may prescribe rules in relation to trans-
may make allowances to collectors of in-

portation bonds given on withdrawal
ternal revenue..

225
of spirits for export.

12
to make allowances to deputy collectors. 224 may prescribe regulations as to bonded
to approve regulations made by Commis-

Warehouses for cleaning and storing
sioner of Internal Revenue respecting

importeil rice for exportation ..

6
returns by persons liable to taxes .. 225 duties of, in relation to imported merchan-
may approvesale or lease of real estate by

dise entered for immediate transpor-
Commissioner of Internal Revenue.. 228

tation in bond....

293
to approve stamps for restamping liquore,

with Postmaster-General, to make regula-
tobacco, etc., where originals de-

tions for payment of duty on books
stroyed.

233
imported by mail ....

247
may in certain cases make reimburse-

TREATIES,
ments to owners of distilleries which

to be published in District of Columbia... 114
have been seized and destroyed,

treaty of reciprocity with Sandwich Is-
etc...

234
lands

121
may make regulations as to refund of

act giving effect to.

121
taxes assessed on distillers on

articles relating to fisheries, etc., in treaty
count of grain, etc., found in excess

with Great Britain terminated

422
of capacity of distillery

235

volume of Indian, to be printed, bound, etc. 22
to prescribe stamps for foreign liquors

extradition cases to be heard publicly, etc.

371
placed in public stores.

236

subpænas, witnesses, cost, and evidence 372
to approve regulations for transferring
imported cuttings of tobacco, etc., to

TREES,
factory without payment of tax....

239

unlawfully cutting or injuring, on public
duties of, in relation to drawbacks on ex-

lands and reservations

91
ported tobacco, snuff, and cigars.... 240

what may be propagated at public green-
to make regulations for withdrawal of

houses in Washington..

202
alcohol in bond by institutions of

TRUSSES,
learning ..

159 when to be furnished to soldiers, petty offi-
under customs laws

cers, seamen, and marines...

244
in refunding customs duties...... .82, 83, 754 application for, and purchases, how made. 244
amount received as fines, penalties, and

TRUST COMPANIES,
forfeitures, and how expended, to be

under United States laws to make and
reported..

297
publish reports

108
decisions of, as to customs duties not to

in District of Columbia.

870
be reversed or modified adversely to

(See District of Columbia, -corporations.)
United States, except, etc....

83 TRUSTS,
may decline to acquiesce in decisions of

act to protect trade against monopolies
inferior courts.

83
and..

- 762, 763
in refunding customs duties, to make

in restraint of trade declared illegal ..530, 762
regulations
83 proceedings...

763
to report annually to Congress state- TUNNELS,

ment of customs duties refunded. 83 money expended on, for mining purposes
may require Attorney-General to ap-

deemed expended on lode

62
peal cases...

83 TURKEY,
may allow compensation to informers,

law ceding right of foreigners in, to hold
etc., of violations of customs laws,

real estate on certain conditions, ac-
and shall report same to Congress.. 32

cepted for United States

6
to require proof where no judicial pro-

consular jurisdiction in, suspended.... 6
ceedings are had before allowances.. 32
powers and duties of, for relief of persons

U.
charged with incurring fines, etc.,
under customs laws ....

34 UNEXPENDED APPROPRIATIONS,
may remit fines, etc., as under former

after two years to be covered into Treas-
laws....

34
ury.

18
applicants for remission to notify dis- UNIFORM,
trict attorneys.

35 of postal clerks, route agents, and mail-
to regulate bonded warehouses, general

route messengers to be only a badge. 245
stores, etc

36 | UNITED STATES NOTES (See Coin ('er-
to require general-order warehouses to be

tificates),
near landings.

36 to be printed on distinctive paper, and to
to let public cartage to lowest bidder,

have three plate printings, etc

72
subject to regulations, etc....
36 limit of issue of..

.28, 58, 166
may appoint inspectors of customs at pay

may be destroyed at Treasury by macera-
of less than $3 a day

321
tion instead of burning

42

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