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Form of general Certificates for spirits, wines, and teas. District of
Inspector's office, No. — port of I certify, that (here insert the name of the proprietor, importer, or consignee) imported into this district on the (here insert the date of importation) in the (here insert the name of the vessel, and whether of the United States or foreign, and the name of the master) from (here insert the place from which imported, the number of, and whether casks, chests, vessels, or cases) of (here insert whether spirits, wines, or teas, and the kind of each) marked as per margin (insert in the margin the marks and numbers, if any, at the time of importation) which (here insert whether casks, chests, vessels, or cases) have been marked as follows (here insert the marks of the inspector of the port) containing (here insert the quantity of spirits, wines, or teas) according to returns made to this office.
A. B., inspector.
Form of Special Certificate for spirits, wines, and teas. No.
District of I certify, that there was imported into this district, on the (here insert the date of importation) by (here insert the name of the proprietor, importer, or consignee) in the (here insert the name of the vessel, the surname of the master, and whether a vessel of the United States, or a foreign vessel) from (here insert the place from which imported) one (here insert whether cask, chest, vessel, or case, by the proper name) of (here insert whether spirits, wines, or teas, and the kind of each) numbered and marked as per margin, (the marks of the inspector to be inserted in the margin) containing (here insert the number of gallons, and rate of proof, if spirits, or gallons, if wines, or the number of pounds weight nett if teas.)
Form of Permits for unlading goods. Port of — To the inspectors of the port (or) the keeper of the public store (as the case may require.)
We certify, that [insert the name of the actual owner, or consignee) has paid, (or) secured to be paid, (as the case may be,) the duties on merchandise contained in the following packages, in conformity to the entry thereof of this date, which merchandise was imported in the [insert the denomination and name of the vessel, master's name, and the port from which arrived] permission is accordingly hereby given to land, (or) deliver, the same, viz. (here particularly insert the mark, number, and denomination, of each package, and, as far as may be, their contents, noting those articles that are to be either weighed, gauged, or measured.)
A. B., collector.
Form of Inspector's Return after unlading vessel. Return of merchandise, unladen under my inspection, pursuant to permits for that purpose, from on board the [insert the names of the vessel and master) from [insert the port from wbich the vessel arrived.]
Form of certificate when goods taken into possession of collector.
District of port of I certify, that there has been received into store, from on board the [insert the denomination and name of the vessel] whereof (insert the name) is master, from [insert the port or place where from) the following merchandise, to wit: (here enumerate the several packages, their denominations, marks, and numbers, and, if articles in bulk, the quantity, lodged by [insert the name) inspector, under whose care the said vessel was unladen.
supreme court, 487-8.
of circuit court, 505.
of district courts, 568, 570.
ADMINISTRATORS AND EXECUTORS,
how made parties to suit, art. 631.
entry of goods by, 2051.
settled by the first and fifth auditors, AFFIDAVITS,
taken by commission rs, 625.
AFFIRMATIONS, allowed at custom house,
of the treasury, duties of, transferred to
solicitor, art. 242.
for making public contracts, how ap-
to give bond, 270.
To keep money in bank, to make
monthly returns, 276.
ALABAMA, STATE OF,
admitted into the Union, 664.
to have circuit court powers, 520.
land offices in, p. 329.
between accounting officers, 277. 1201.
ALE, importation of, regulated, art. 2031.
ing. to render-how proceeded ALIENAGE, cause of challenge to juror,
p. 175, note.
rendered by secretaries of war and tomcapacity of-being British sub-
jects to take lands; being French sub-
jects, p. 317, note.
and territories, how authenticated, 638. turalization.
suit, p. 317, note.
Arms, procurement and distribution of,
see page 628.
ARMORIES AND ARSENALS, p. 628.
cannot sustain suit-becoming a- vessels, art. 2590.
power of congress to maintain. Ap-
stationed at West Point-to do duty
as president shall direct, 2211. En.
gineers shall form academy-profes-
sors and teachers. Chaplain, 2212.
mission—when, 2214. Superinten-
Organization of, p. 632.
aids. Pay of. Secretary of com-
manding general, art. 2227.
Corps of army, p. 633.
Dragoons, art. 2230, &c.
see page 133—from circuit court to Infantry, Regiments of, how constituted,
demy) art. 2247, &c. Topographical
engineers' rank and pay-whence ta-
hibition and certiorari, p. 120, n. ants, duty of, 2259. Supplies of the
ceedings of, where kept, copies of, saries not to be concerned in certain
trade, nor apply to their own use any
Commissary-General of purchases.—Sala-
2262. Secretary of war to prescribe
laws.—How appointed.--For what quartermaster-general's department-
to prescribe regulations for trans-
Paymaster's Department, p. 641. Pay.
whence taken-pay-clerk of Duty
Union. Terms of, p. 667. Represen- Medical Department, p. 642.–Surgeon
ties of surgeon general-clerk, 2267,
nalty on enlisting improper persons.
bond, 2596. Collectors may detain,- enlist, 2270, &c.
Desertion. Persons deserting liable to
war. May be punished though term