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APPENDIX

CONTAINING A REFERENCE TO ALL LAWS OF A GENERAL NA

TURE, PERMANENT IN CHARACTER, IN FORCE DECEMBER 1, 1908, HAVING PENAL PROVISIONS NOT PROPERLY SEPARABLE FROM THE ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS; NOT CONTAINED IN THE CRIMINAL CODE, BUT EMBRACED IN THE GENERAL REVISION OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES.

[It is to be noted that Acts of Congress in force after December 1, 1908, are not considered in the following notes.)

TITLE II

THE CONGRESS

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Chapter Six. The Library of Congress.
Stealing or injuring books of Library of
Congress

19 June, 1878; 20

Stat. 171.
Chapter Seven. Congressional investigations.
Witness refusing to testify in Congres-
sional inquiry

R. S., s. 102. Though the reference here is to any matter under inquiry, the word "any” here refers to any matters within the jurisdiction of the two Houses of Congress, before them for consideration and proper for their action; to questions pertinent thereto, and to facts or papers bearing thereon; and so construed, these sections are within the constitutional power of Congress to enact. Sections 102 and 103 are not inseparably connected. In re Chapman, 166 U. S. 661, 666, 667, 41 L. ed. 1154; People v. Keeler, 99 N. Y. 479. As to the power of either House of Congress to punish for contempt, see Kilbourn v. Thompson, 103 U. S. 168, 26 L. ed. 377; Anderson v. Dunn, 6 Wheat. 204,5 L. ed. 243; Stewart v. Blaine, 1 McArthur, 453; Lilley v. United States, 14 Ct. Cl. 539; United States v. New Bedford Bridge, 1 Wood. & M. 440, 27 Fed. Cas. 91. Provisions so sweeping as 88 102, 103, are constitutional, but will be judicially restrained within constitutional limits. Chapman v. United States, 5 App. D. C. 122, 8 Id. 302; Lansburgh v. District of Columbia, 11 Id. 512, 526.

Chapter Eight. Contested elections. .
Witness refusing to testify in contested
election case

R. S., s. 116.
New York v. Eno, 155 U. S. 89, 97, 39 L. ed. 80; Kilbourn v.
Thompson, 103 Id. 168, 26 L. ed. 377; United States v. Cover, 46
F. R. 284; Lilley's Case, 14 Ct. Cl. 539.

Failure to deliver up papers in contested
election case . .

R. S., s. 123.
In re Howell, 119 F. R. 465.

TITLE VI

THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

Chapter One. The Department.
Officers in Treasury Department engaging
in trade, etc.

R. S., s. 243. Ex parte Curtis, 106 U. S. 371, 372, 27 L. ed. 232; 25 A. G. Op. 98, 99, 103; 14 Id. 352; 4 Id. 555.

Clerks in Treasury Department trading
in debts or funds of

any

State or United
States

R. S., s. 244.

TITLE XII

THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR
Chapter Six. The Bureau of Statistics.
Person transporting commodities to for-

eign countries failing to deliver manifest
to collector of customs

3 March, 1893; 27

Stat. 689.

TITLE XIV

THE CIVIL SERVICE Chapter One. Appointments, qualifications, duties, and payments

of clerks and employees. Officers and employees violating duties concerning examination of applicants . 16 Jan., 1883, s. 7;

22 Stat. 405.

TITLE XV

ESTIMATES AND APPROPRIATIONS
Chapter Two. Appropriations.
Expenditures not to exceed appropria-

tions; voluntary service, etc., or em-
ployment of unauthorized personal
service prohibited

R.S., s. 3679.
27 Feb., 1906; 34

Stat. 49.

Chase v. United States, 155 U. S. 489, 503, 39 L. ed. 234; Bradley v. United States, 98 Id. 104, 25 L. ed. 105; Sanger v. United States, 40 Ct. Cl. 47; Semmes v. United States, 26 Id. 119; New York Central R. Co. v. United States, 21 Id. 468; Dougherty v. United States, 18 Id. 496; M'Collum v. United States, 17 Id. 92; Leavitt v. United States, 34 F. R. 623, 626; 21 A. G. Op. 244; 18 Id. 216, 569; 15 Id. 124, 151, 209, 271, 274.

TITLE XVI

THE JUDICIARY

Chapter Three. District Courts; Removal of causes.
*Clerk of State court refusing to give copy
of record

3 March, 1875, s. 7;

18 Stat. 472. Mayo v. Dockery, 127 N. C. 1; Wilkinson v. Delaware R. Co., 23 F. R. 562.

Chapter Four. District Court; Miscellaneous provisions.
Receiver failing to properly manage prop-
erty.

13 Aug., 1888, s. 2;

25 Stat. 436.

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Chapter Eleven. District attorneys, marshals, clerks, commissioners,

and stenographers.
Clerk of court refusing to make certificate

make certificate 22 Feb., 1875, s. 6;

18 Stat. 334. Chapter Twelve. Pay and allowances of court officers, jurors and

witnesses.
Marshal, attorney, or other officer accept-
ing illegal fee.

28 May, 1896, s. 18;

29 Stat. 183. Chapter Twenty. - Extradition.

Opposing, etc., agent of United States,
appointed to receive from foreign gov-
ernment person accused of crime within

jurisdiction of United States. . .. R. S., s. 5277.
Resisting agent of State or Territory ap-

pointed to receive person accused of
crime in another State or Territory R.S., s. 5279.

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DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR OFFICERS
Chapter Two. Consular officers.
Consular officer accepting appointment

from foreign country as administrator
and failing to give bond or account for
moneys

30 June, 1902, s. 2;

32 Stat. 547
Consular officer exacting excessive fees. R.S., s. 1716.
Consular officer making false oath in ac-
counting for fees

R.S., s. 1728.
Consular officer neglecting duty toward
seamen; corrupt conduct of

R.S., s. 1736.
Consular officer making false certificate of
property

R.S., s. 1737.

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