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P. 156.

ARMI.-Continued.

ATTORNEYS.—Continued.
of enlistment expire. Penalty on en- ditor of post-office, 394. To report
ticing soldier to enlist-buying his suits for Ú. S. to solicitor of treasury,
arms or clothing-receiving him on 252, 253, 254.
board ship, &c. 2274.

and counsellors, of supreme court,
Exemption of soldier from arrest for
debt, 2276.

AUDitors, in treasury department. For-
Pay and Subsistence.-Forage, &c.- bidden to trade in certain matters, 157,
Waiters, p. 644.

Duties of, p. 46. Of post-office de-
Bonds and Accounts, &c. of offices of, p. partment, duties of, 222 to 227.
650.

salaries of, art. 228.
Brevet Rank-pay and emoluments of, Austria, treaty with, 279.

when allowed. How conferred, p. vessels and commerce,duties on, p. 479.
651.

AUTHENTICATION of public records, 639.
Judge Advocate when and how appoint- of copies from office books, 639.

ed, p. 652.
Government of the.-Rules and articles of BAGGAGE, exempt from duty, art. 1683.
war, p. 625.

BAIL,
Secretary of war to prepare general re- excessive not to be required, art. 82.

gulations for army, to be approved by in criminal cases by whom taken, &c.
president, art. 2393.

749.
May be employed to suppress insur- clerks of district court may take, 624.
rection, when, 2412.

commissioners of 625.
Militia organization, discipline, pay, p.

fees for taking,
667.

in suits and prosecutions for duties
Volunteer companies, their privileges, and penalties, 626.
2341.

common, defendant liberated on,
Adjutant general, duties of, 2342.

when, having taken benefit of in-
Discipline and exercise of, 2343. Rank solvent laws, p. 166, note.
of officers, 2344.

proceedings of, when defendant is af.
Government of, p. 671.

terward arrested, 167, note.
Service of militia, p. 672. Militia wound- principal surrendered by, to be de-

ed or disabled in service, art. 2415. tained, 627.
ARRESTS.-Exemption of soldiers from, fees of marshal, ib.

&c. 2276, 2466. Of officers. Military, in discharge of, defendant imprisoned
art, 2371.

by civil authority of state, may not
In civil suit, p. 163,-in criminal cases, be brought up by habeas corpus,

167, note.
ARSON (see crimes.)

BALTIMORE, port duty on tonnage, 1798.
Arts, power of congress to promote, 57. Banks, deposite, see treasury, and see
ARTIFICERS in armorics and arsenals, p. pages 34, 35, 36, &c.
628.

Rank notes, what receivable in pay.
ARTILLERY and ordnance department, ment to U. S., art. 164, 2146.

Bank of U. S.
Assault, of mail driver, 2603_felo. secretary of treasury agent of U, S.

nious, 2664—on ambassadors, 2630. with, 197.
ASSAYER, of the mint, p. 590.

to obtain statement from, 198.
Assars, of coin to be made, when, how, receive dividends from, 199.

BANKRUPTCY, powers of congress rela-
ASSIGNEES, suit by in courts of U. S. p.. tive to, 54, see p. 17, note.
125, note.

BARBARY POWERS,
ATTAINDER, no bill of, shall be passed, consuls to, salaries of, 467.
art. 84.

shall not expend moneys unauthorized,
ATTACHMENT, for contempt against wit- 468.

ness, p. 169, note. Against garnishees restriction on trade of, 469.
in suit by United States against corpo- treaty with Tripoli, p. 256.
rations, art. 297. Foreign attachment Tunis, 280.

in United States courts, p. 128, note. Morocco, 264. Appendix A. No. 13.
ATTORNEY general, 374. Duty of, 375. Beacons,Buoys. See light-houses.

Salary of, 376. Clerk of, 377. TO BEER, PORTER and Ale, importation of,

advise with solicitor of treasury, 258. regulated, art. 2031.
ATTORNEYS, district, appointment of, BELGIUM, vessels and cargoes, duty on,

378, 379. Term of, 128. Salaries of, art. 1702.
379. Compensation to, 380. To BELLIGERENT, property of, may be re-
conform to instructions of solicitor of stored by courts of United States,
treasury, 298. To instructions of au. when, p. 108, note.

p. 749.

p. 633.

p. 590.

P. 479.

Benefit of CLERGI, not allowed, art. CARRIAGES, importations in, 2025.
2673.

CAPTURES,
Bill of attainder not to be passed, 72. on land and water, power of congress
Bills of credit, no state shall emit, 84. relative to, art. 60.
Body of Convict, may be ordered for jurisdiction of courts in case of, art.
dissection, art. 2685.

572, &c.
penalty for rescue, 2686.

CASTing away ships fraudulently, bow
Bonds,

punished, art. 2653.
of certain officers may be increased by CENTRAL AMERICA,
president, 129.

vessels and commerce of, duties on,
not impaired by dismissal of officers,
275.

treaty with, p. 275.
of secretary of senate and house of re- CERTIORARI. See Court.
presentatives, art. 91.

Census—when to be taken, how, 21.
of consuls, 464.

CHALLENGES,
of clerks of courts, 608.

in the army, 2323, &c.
of marshals, 610, 616.

of members of court martial, 2365.
of officers of mint, 2109.

of jurors in civil cases, 641.
of postmasters, 398.

in criminal cases, art. 2672, 2679.
of officers of the pay and commissary CHAMPLAIN, lake, duties paid by steam-
departments, 2259–2266.

boats on, art. 1657.
Revenue. Of revenue officers, see CHAPLAINS,
Revenue.

to congress, 89.
for duties when sued, collector to re- at military academy, 2212.

port to solicitor of the treasury, in the army, 2306.
250, 251.

in the navy, 3417.
relating to post-office, &c, how made, CHAROE des Affairs, 456, &c.
393.

Chile, treaty with, p. 293.
Books, copy-right, p. 601. See copy. Circuit Courts. See Judiciary.
right

Civil CODE, p. 601.
and writings, courts of United States, CitizensHIP, counterfeiting certificate

may compel production of, in evi- of, how punished, art. 1458.
dence, 481.

Citation on writ of error. See Error.
Bounty,

CIVILIZATION OF Indians, measures for,
to soldier on enlistment, 1329.
in land, p. 381, 643.

CLERKS,
to seamen, art. 2580.

of house of representatives to direct
on exportation of fish, p. 448.

printing, 48.
lands. See Public Domain.

oath of, 90.
BRANDY, entry of, &c., 2032, &c.

bond of, 91.
Brass and manufactures of, duty on, to deposite moneys in bank, 92.
p. 470, 473.

to contract for printing, to report per-
BRAZIL,

sons employed by him and his er.
vessel and commerce of, duty on, p. penditure, 92, 93, 94, 96.
479.

compensation to, 97.
treaty with, Appendix, A. No. 2.

compensation of, 97.
Breaking into vessel to commit felony, to publish statement of appropriations
art. 2648.

and certain offices, 98.
BREMEN, vessels of, duty on, p. 478. clerks in office. See the respective
treaty with, p. 277.

titles.
Brever Rank, army, p. 651.

Of Courts. See p. 157.

p. 301.

to report judgments to solicitor of
BRIBERY,

treasury, 302.
of officers of customs, 1990.

to make reports relative to suits to so-
of judges, 2623.

licitor of treasury, 254.
of directors of bank, 2623.

Of Supreme Court,
British vessels, duties on, p. 212, 478. duties of, 491, 608.
BULLION. See Mint,

to reside and keep his office where,
BURNING,

609.
of public ships, art. 2652.

not to suffer records to be taken from
private ships, 2653.

uffice, 609.
arsenals, &c. &c., 2659, 2660.

Of District Court,-

duties of, in case of inability of dis.
Cadets in service, United States, pay of, trict judge to attend court, 525.
2213, 2214.

appointment of, 608.
CANADIAN volunteers, bounty lands to, of circuit courts, oath of-compensa.
art. 1343, &c.

tion to, 608.

navy, 683,

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P. 590.

CLERKS.-Continued.

COMMERCE.- Continued.
Florida territory, 585, 594.

no preference to be given to one state
Powers of, duties of, p. 157.

over another in, 74.
CLOTHING--of army, see page 644. statistical accounts of, 238, 239.
COASTING TRADE, see page 435.

COMMISSIONS,
division of United States into districts of officers, when complete, p. 26, note.
for, art. 1526.

may be arrested, when, ib.
pruhibited to foreign vessels, 1508. of revenue, how and where made out,
COINAGE, see mint, p. 590.

where recorded, 130.
Coins-foreign,

when forfeited, 295.
receivable for duties, at what rate, art. COMMIssion for taking testimony, 637.
1712.

COMMISSIONER OF REVENUE, certain dutie
for lands, 2145.

of transferred to solicitor of treasury'
assay of, art. 42, see p. 590.

244, 249.
what, a legal tender, assays of, 2143, COMMISSIONER OF PExsions, duty, salary,
2144, appendix d, No. 11.

339.
to be recoined, when, 2141.

to take bail and affidavits, 625, 626.
counterfeiting or abasing, p. 732 of pension fund, p. 713.
of United States, gold and silver, see mint. of land office, p. 67.

COMMISSIONER OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, estab-
copper, what, current, 2142-how distri.

lished, p. 72. See Indians.
buted, 2131--no state to make, art. 84. COMMISSIONERS OF Navy, p. 77.
debasement of-forgery of-import- COMMON Law. See p. 106.
ing base, see p. 732.

COMPENSATION. See titles of the several
COLLECTION,

officers who receive-not to be paid
of duties. See revenue.

to officer in arrear to United States,
districts. See revenue.

278.
COLLECTORS-of customs. See revenue, COMPTROLLERS,

term of office of, art. 128, see p. 541. of the treasury, p. 45; restrictions on,
COLOMBIA, treaty with, p. 267; peace and as to trade, 157.

amity, 955; mutual intercourse, duties, duties of, 203.
commercial privileges, 956, &c.; ves- salary of, 202, &c.
sels not to be detained without in-

to make certain reports, &c. to solicitor
demnification, 959; seeking asylum, to of treasury, art. 248.
be protected, 960; vessels, &c. cap- duty of, in proceedings against debtors
tured by pirates, to be returned, 961; of United States, p. 59, &c.
shipwreck, 962; property may be dis- Congress,
posed of by testament, 963; protection members of, to take oath, to support
of persons and property, resort to legal constitution, art. 45.
tribunals, 964; liberty of conscience, not liable to impeachment, art. 23.
burial of the dead, 965; foreign com- how composed, art. 11.
mission not to be accepted, 975; war senate, how constituted, art. 12, 13–
between parties, debts, &c. not to be member of, how qualified, art. 14.
confiscated, 976; parties to have pri- house of representatives, how consti-
vileges of the most favoured nations, tuted, art. 19.
978; deserters from ships to be appre- members, how qualified, art. 20.
hended, 981; duration of, infringement apportionment of representatives and
of, 983; liberty of commerce, free direct taxes, 21.
ships to make free goods, 966; neutral number of representatives from each
property on board enemy's vessels, state, &c. 22.
967; contraband, 968; blockade, 970; vacancies in, how supplied, 23.
visitation at sea, 971; passports, 972; speaker of-power of impeachment, 24.
prize courts, 974; consuls, 979; con- to originate money bills, 25.
sular convention to be formed, 982; delegate in, when and for what term

tonnage duty, 984, and see p. 481. elected, power of, art. 26.
COLUMBIA-district of, congress may lay members of, time, place, &c. of elec-
taxes, &c. on 62; collection districts in, tion, 27.

may alter regulations for election of
COMMISSARY-GENERAL,

its members, art. 27.
of subsistence, of purchases, commis- shall meet, when, art. 28.
sary. See army, and

P.
639.

president may convene, at other than
of purchases, term of office, 128.

usual places of sitting, when, 29.
COMMERCE,

each house of, judge of the qualifica-
congress may regulate, art. 54; pro- tions, elections, and returns of its

visions relating to imports, p.390. members—quorum of, 30.
foreign, secretary of treasury to ob- adjournment of, 30, 36.
tain statements of, art. 191,

may compel attendance of members, 30.

P. 526.

press, ib.

CONGRESS.-Continued.

CONGRESS.-Continued.
may determine rules, punish disorderly general powers of, to make revival of

behaviour, and expel a member, an act of congress depend on a fu-
art, 31.

ture event, p. 13, note.
presiding officers, and committee of, shall not suspend writ of babeas cor.
may administer oaths, 32.

pus, except, art. 71.
shall keep à journal, in what manner, pass bill of attainder or ex post
shall publish, 33.

facto law, 72.
journals of, to be distributed, 34, 35. make any law respecting religion,
members of, compensation to, art. 37, art. 77.
38, 39, 40,

abridge freedom of speech, or the
privileged from arrest, when, art. 37.
shall not be questioned for speech infringe the rights to bear arms, 78.
or debate, art. 37.

restriction on, as to taxes, 74.
restriction on members from holding not to grant title of nobility, 76.

office, 41-on making contracts with franking privilege of, 447, 451.
government, 42, 43,

44, 45, 46, 47. officers of, art. 89.
printing of, how done, art. 48-prices librarian of_library of, 100.

of, 49—printer, when and how elect- may fix rules for promotions and ap-
ed, 50.

pointments, p. 26, note.
general powers of, p. 10.

president shall give information to,
when exclusive, p. 10, note.

recommend measures to, convene,
to lay taxes, pay debts, art. 51.

may adjourn, art. 131.
to borrow money, 52.

CONNECTICUT,
to regulate commerce, 53.

state of, number of representatives
do not extend to state inspection from, 22; circuit court for, 508;
laws, &c. p. 11, note.

district court for, 543; collection dis-
to lay an unlimited embargo, ib. tricts in, p. 517.
to establish uniform rules of natural. ConsOLIDATION of suits, 630.

ization and laws on bankruptcy, CONSTITUTION,
art. 54.

of the United States established-the
to coin money, &c. to fix standard

purpose thereof, art. 1.
of weights and measures, 54. debts, and contracts before adoption,
to provide punishment for counter- of, valid, under, art. 2.
feiting, 55.

laws and treaties made in pursuance
in relation to post offices, and roads, of, supreme law, art. 3.
56.

acts of congress and state laws void,
in relation to promotion of science when repugnant to, note,p. 1, note.
and arts, 57.

cotemporary exposition fixes construc-
to constitute tribunals inferior to tion of, ib.
supreme court, 58.

oath to support, by whom, when, how
relative to piracies and felonies, art. taken, art, 5, 6, 7.
59.

amendments to, how made, art. 69.
to war, &c. art. 60, 61.

state powers, how affected by, p. 15,
to legislate over territories ceded note.
to, art. 61, see note.

enumeration of powers in, effect of, 83.
to determine the time of choosing powers not granted by, reserved, 83.
electors, 63.

see appendix A, No. 14.
relative to treason, 64.

of United States, went into operation
to state acts, records, &c. 65.

when, p. 17, note.
to admission of new states, 66. ConspiraEY to destroy vessels, 2668.
to territories of United States, 67. Consuls. p. 101, may receive protests and
to amendments of constitution, give copies, 459; may receive and ad-
art. 69.

minister estates of decedents, when,
to make laws to give effect to the how, 460; shall protect vessels strand.

powers vested by the constitu- ed, 462; ships papers to be deposited
tion, art. 69.

with-when, where, 463; duties of, in
to inflict punishment, in cases not relation to seamen, 1487; to give bond,

provided for by the constitution 464; giving false certificate of pro-
--to exact oath of office-to pun- perty, 465; of persons, 466; on Bar.
ish larceny of letters from post bary coast, salary of, 466; not to pay
office; p. 13, note.

money unauthorized by law, 468; shall
to create corporations, ib.

not own vessels trading with Barbary,
to secure priority of payment to 469; to transmit accounts, 470; power
United States, ib.

of, not affected by certain specifica.
to punish breach of privilege and tions, 471; fees of, 472; shall give re-

contempt against it, ib.

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navy, p. 685.

Consuls.-Continued.

Costs.-Continued.
ceipts, 473; allowance to, at London pay-security for, when required-
and Paris, appendix A, No. 9.

proceedings by clerk to recover-
Consuls FOREIGN, to have custody of each party bound to pay, what, p.
ship's papers, &c. art. 1415, &c.

178, note; counsel fees allowed, as,
CONTAGIOUS SICKNESS. See congress, when, p. 179, note; upon conviction,
courts, president.

by whom paid, art. 2681; claimant of
CONTEMPT,

vessel seized by United States, costs,
of court, courts may punish, 482.

by, art. 647; attorney multiplying
of congress, p. 13, note.

vexatiously, 630; on writ of error,
CONTINGENT EXPENSES, heads of depart-

648, and seq.
ments to report to congress, 271. in criminal cases, 2681.
COXTRACTS,

Cotton, manufactures of duty on, p. 469.
public, members of congress not to be wool, duty on, art. 1626.
concerned in, 41, &c.

COUNTERFEITING, United States' securi.
for military and naval service, by whom ties and coin, &c. congress may pun-

and how made, 263, 264; annual ish, 55; punishment for, &c. see p.
statement of all, to be made to con- 725.
gress, 265; by secretary of state, Courts,
treasury, war, navy, when and how see judiciary, power of congress rela-
made, 266.

tive to, 58.
to be deposited in comptroller's office, martial, see army rules and regula-
268.

tions, passim, p. 652 ; see navy rules
agents for making, 269; to give bond, and regulations, passim.
270.

of inquiry, see army, p. 652.
advance of money on, 271.
with post office, how macle, 393. COWARDICE,
maritime, jurisdiction of district court in the army, art. 2348.
in, p. 145, note.

in the navy, 2489.
states shall not pass laws impairing, Credits, for duties, art. 1703.
art. 84.

CREDITORS, of United States, remedies
laws impairing, what, p. 16, note.

for, 305.
Copper, and manufactures of, duty on, CRIMINAL, jurisdiction of courts, see
p. 472, 473.

judiciary.
Corr-Right, of maps, charts, books, &c. CRIMES,

power of congress to punish, 59.
CORPOREAL punishment, in army abolish- provision relative to persons accused
ed, art. 2344.

of, 81.
CORPORATIONS,

CRIMINAL CODE, p. 720
congress may create, when, p. 13, note. common law jurisdiction in criminal
public, legislature of the states may en-

cases, art. 2583.
large or restrain—private, rights of, constitutional provisions relating to
cannot be impaired by states, p. 16,

crimes, ib.
note.

offences against the state, p. 720.
suits against, by United States, art. treason, what, art. 2584—punishment
296, &c.

of, 2585—indictment for, p. 749.
not citizens, p. 126, note.

misprison of treason-definition of
CORRESPONDENCE,

offence-punishment of, 2586.
with the enemy, 2352.

criminal relations with and against fo.
illegal, with foreign government, 2493. reign powers, p. 722.
CORRUPTING, or influencing jurors, pun- Offences against revenue laws, p. 580.
ishment for, 2627.

Offence against the post-office acts, p. 725.
CORRUPTIOs, of blood, art. 2683. Offences relating to public documents, p.
Costs,

728.
in circuit courts, when not allowed, p. Offences relating to the currency of the

178, note; in actions against several United States, p. 732.
parties,

who might be joined, Offences in hinderance of justice, p. 734.
in case of several libels which might offences against national law, p. 735. Su-
be joined, art. 647; on several libels ing out, or issuing process against am-
against cargo, &c. seized for same bassador, &c. 2628. Punishment for,
cause, ib. in case of discontinuance

2629. Violating safe conduct, 2630.
of suit by informer, 648; on affirm. Larceny of Public Property, 2631.
ance of judgment and decree by su. Bribery of Directors Bank United States,
preme court, 649; are of course,

art. 2632.
when-on reversal of judgment Perjury-what-how punished, p. 737.
on dismissal of writ of error—of Extortion, punishment for, p. 738.
printed case-United States never Offences against individuals, p. 738.

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