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Sec. 8. Of recruiting, desertions, Sec. 11. Of Extortion

738

exemption from

CHAP. II. Of offences against

Test, &c.

643

individuals

738

9. Of pay, subsistence, Sec. 1. Of Piracy and piratical

clothing, &c.

644

misdemeanors

738

10. Of bonds and accounts

2. Of offences on waters

of officers

650

within the admiralty ju-

11. Of Brevet Rank

651

risdiction

742

12. Of the Judge Advocate 652 3. Of offences on land with-

CEAP. IV. Of the government of

in jurisdiction of the

the Army,

625

United States

746

V. Of the Militia

667

4. Of offences against the

Sec. 1. Organization, discipline,

persons of individuals 747

667 5. Of larceny and embez-

2. Of the government of the

zlement of property 748

Militia

671

6. Conspiracy to destroy

3. Of the service of the Mi-

vessels

748

litia to suppress insur- CHAP. III. Of procedure in crimi-

rections and repel inva-

nal cases

749

sions

672

CHAP. VI. Of the Navy

673

APPENDIX A.

1. Of the Navy material 673 No. 1. State of Ohio

757

2. Of the organization of the

2. Treaty with Brazil

758

Navy

677

3. Treaty with Morocco 759

3. Of the pay and subsist-

4. Judiciary

759

679

5. Post-office contracts

761

4. Of the Marines

682 6. Marine Hospitals

761

5. Of the Naval Hospital 684 7. Indian Agents

762

6. Of the regulations and

8. Land Office

762

government of the Navy 685

9. Consuls

762

CHAP. VII. of Military Pensions 693

10. Navy Agent

762

Sec. I. Of Commissioner of

11. Foreign Coins

763

Pensions

693

12. Spain

763

2. Pensions for Revolution-

13. Constitution of the United

ary services

694

States

763

3. Of Army pensions and

703

APPENDIX B.

4. Of Navy pensions 708

5. Of the Navy Pension No. 1. Form of oath of builder 772

Fund

713 2. Form of certificate of re-

6. Of prizes and salvage 716

cord

772

3. Oath of master, on lost cer-

CRIMINAL CODE.

tificate of registry

772

4. Form of certificate of re-

CHAPTER. I. Of offences against

gistry

773

the state

720

5. Form of manifest

773

Sec. 1. Of treason

720 6. Form of description of fo-

2. Of criminal relations

reign vessels

774

with and against fo-

7. Form of certificate to be

reign powers

722

endorsed on manifest 774

3. Of offences against post-

8. Form of report of master,

office regulations 725

on arrival of vessel 774

4. Offences relating to pub-

9. Form of report of master

lic documents

728

on arrival when vessel has

5. Offences relating to the

spirits on board

775

currency

732 10. Form of bond of master

6. Offences in hinderance

having goods on board for

of justice

734

foreign place

775

7. Offences against Nation-

11. Form of certificate for ves-

al Law

735

sel with foreign goods

8. Of larceny and embezzle-

proceeding from one dis-

ment of public pro-

trict to another

776

perty

736 12. Form of bond in such case 776
9. Of bribery

736 13. Form of certificate for can-
737
celling such bond

777

10. Of perjury

PAGB

PAGB

No. 14. Form of certificate for

arriving coastwise, &e.

spirits, &c. taken from

to be exported with draw-

port of arrival to another

back

784

port, in importing vessel 777 No. 37. Form of permit for un-

15. Form of manifest for ves-

lading goods transported

sels bound to foreign port 777

coastwise, &c. for export

16. Form of oath of master for

with drawback

785

such manifest

778 38. Form of certificate on ex-

17. Form of clearance 778

port, of goods, from dis-

18. Form of enrolment 778

trict other than of import 785

19. Form of license

779 39. Form of entry of domestic

20. Form of oath relative to

spirits intended to be ex-

baggage

779

ported

786

21. Form of bond relative to

Form of oath of custom-

baggage

779

house officer

786

22. Form of bond for duties 780 40. Form of bond to be given

23. Form of entry of goods for

by officers of customs 786

benefit of drawback 780 41. Form of returns of weigh-

24. Form of permit for export

ers, gaugers, measurers 786

with drawback

781 42. Form of entry of goods 787

25. Form of verification, by

43. Form of oath on entry of

exporter, who is the im-

goods

787

porter

781 44. Form of oath where goods

Form of verification, by

are entered by invoice 788

importer, when goods are

45. Form of bond where entry

sold to be imported 781

is made by agent

789

26. Form of verification on

46. Form of oath to appraise-

exportation, by person

ment where entry is in-

other than the importer

781

complete

789

27. Form of verification by

47. Form of oath of apprai-

other person than impor-

sers of damaged goods 790

ter or exporter

782 48. Form of oath in case of

28. Form of debenture

782

goods to be carried over

29. Form of bond on issuing

portages

790

debenture

782

49. Form of certificate in case

30. Form of certificate of con-

of goods to be carried

signee, of delivery of mer.

over portages

790

chandise at foreign port 782 50. Form of oath on return of

31. Form of oath of officers

domestic products after

of vessel landing mer-

exportation

791

chandise at foreign port 783

51. Form of certificate of ex-

32. Form of certificate of de-

portation of domestic pro-

livery of merchandise at

ducts returned

791

foreign port, by consul 783 52. Form of bond when such

33. Form of certificate of de-

certificate cannot be pro-

livery of merchandise at

duced

791

foreign port, by merchants 783 53. Form of certificate on land-

34. Form of entry of goods

ing spirits, &c.

792

transported coastwise for

54. Form of special certificate

export from another dis-

in such case

792

trict, with drawback 783 55. Form of permit for land-

35. Form of certificate on

ing goods

792

transport of goods coast-

56. Form of inspector's return 792

wise, &c. to another dis-

57. Form of certificate for

trict for export, with

goods taken into posses-

drawback

784

sion of custom-house offi-

36. Form of entry of goods

793

cers

DIGEST

OF THE

LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES.

DIGEST

OF THE

LAWS OF THE UNITED

UNITED STATES.

OF THE ORIGIN, EFFECT, AND SANCTION OF THE LAWS.

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Constitution ordained by the people 1 Oath, when and how administered
Previous debts, &c. recognised 2 to members of congress
Supreme law-what

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to members of state legisOath to support the constitution 4 latures and officers of the state form of. No religious test for

to officers of the U. S. office

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ARTICLE 1. The people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquillity, provide for the common defence, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to themseldes and their posterity, have ordained and established the constitution for the United States of America (1)

2. All debts contracted and engagements entered into, before the adoption of the constitution, shall be as valid against the United States, under the constitution, as under the confederation.(2)

3. The constitution, and the laws, which shall be made in pursuance thereof, and all treaties made, or which shall be made, under the authority of the United States, shall be the supreme law of the land: and the judges, in every state, shall be bound thereby, any thing in the constitution or laws of any state, to the contrary notwithstanding (3)*

(1) Preamble to the Con.-M*Culloch v. state of Maryland, 4 Wheat. 316.Martin v. Hunter's exs. 1 Wheat. 304, 324, 352.

(2) Con. Art. 6. cl. 1.

(3) Con. Art. 6. clause 2.-M‘Culloch v. state of Maryland, 4 Wheat. 396.

. And to the supremacy of such laws, the state laws must yield, even though enacted in pursuance of powers acknowledged to remain in the states.-9 Wheat. 210.–Gibbons v. Ogden.

An act of congress, contrary to the constitution of the United States, is voidand courts of justice are bound so to declare it, or to modify the law according to the constitution, if the case admit such modification.-Cohen v. Virginia, 6 Wheat. 381, 264. Hylton v. United States, 3 Dall, 171. Marbury v. Madison, 1 Cranch, 137. Martin v. Hunter's lessee, 1 Wheat. 304. Loughborough v. Blake, 5 Wheat. 317. United States v. Smith, 5 Wheat. 158. M'Culloch v. Maryland, 4 Wheat. 315. Note to Hayburn's case, 2 Dall. 410. Owings v. Norwood, 5 Cranch, 344. Mossman v. Higginson, 4 Dall. 11. Hodgson v. Bewerbank, 5 Cranch, 303. Vanhorne's lessee v. Dorrance, 2 Dall. 304.

And a state law, repugnant to or incompatible with the constitution of the United States, or of laws made in pursuance thereof, or of treaties, is void.-Houston v. Moore, 5 Wheat. 149.

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