The Postal Laws and Regulations of the United States of America (Google eBook)

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1902 - Postal service - 772 pages
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Contents

Organization of PostOffices
124
Allowances and Supplies for PostOffices
142
Letter Boxes Call and Lock Boxes and Key Deposits
155
Postmasters Accounts Disbursements and Returns
170
Postmasters Accounts etc Continued Page IV Miscellaneous Provisions Relative to Disbursements by Postmasters
179
Quarterly Return of Accounts
180
Reports of Stamped Paper Received Sold and on Hand and of Sec ondClass Postage
185
TITLE THREE MAIL MATTEE Chapter 1 Domestic Mail Matter Classification and Rates op Postage i
187
Matter of the Second Class
194
General Provisions as to the Admission of Publications as Second Class Matter
195
Application for Entry of Publications as Second Class Matter
198
Postage on Matter of the Second Class
204
Sample Copies of Publications Admitted as Second Class Matter
208
Supplement to and Illegal Enclosures with Publications Admitted as Second Class Matter
209
Additions to Matter of the Second Class
211
Wrapping and Examination of Second Class Matter
213
XLNews AgentsMailing by of Publications Admitted as Second Class Matter
215
Matter of the Third Class
217
Matter of the Fourth Class
221
Provisions Applicable to Several Classes of Matter
222
Wrapping and Preparation of Matter for MailingAddressing of Mail Matter
224
Matter Liable to Damage the Mails or Injure the PersonPrepara tion and Packing Where Admissible
226
Unmailable Matter
231
Losses of and Damage to Mail MatterComplaints
237
Free Matter in the Mails
238
Official Matter
241
Reports and Bulletins of Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Sta tions
243
Publications for Copyright
245
Foreign Mail Matter Classification and Rates of Postage
246
Exchange of Mails between Countries Forming Postal Union and with Countries Outside Union
247
Classification of Mail Matter in Postal Union and Rates of Postage
252
Classification of Mail Matter between United States Canada Cuba and Mexico and Rates of Postage
258
Classification of Mail Matter to Countries Outside Postal Union and Rates of Postage
259
Unmailable Matter
260
VILForeign Parcels Post
262
Free Matter in Foreign Mails
268
General Provisions as to Treatment of Domestic Mail Mat ter in PostOffices
269
Treatment of Domestic Mail Matter at PostOffices of Mail ing and at PostOffices in Transit
272
Canceling and Postmarking at Mailing Offices
275
Matter not to be Dispatched and Unmaflable Matter at Mailing Offices
278
Withdrawal and Recall of Mail Matter at Mailing Offices
282
Distribution and Dispatch of Mails at Mailing Offices
284
Exchange of Mails at Catcher PostOffices
289
Treatment of Mail Matter at Offices in Transit 200
290
Chapter l Treatment of Domestic Mail Matter at Receiving Post Offices
293
Matter Insufficiently Paid and Collection of Postage Due
296
Matter Not to be Delivered and Unmailable Matter at Receiving PostOffices
299
Forwarding of Mail Matter
301
Delivery of Mail Matter
304
Advertisement of Nondelivered Matter
316
Return and Disposal of Unclaimed Matter
318
Refused Matter of the Second Class
321
Treatment at Receiving Offices of Matter to be Sent to the Dead Letter Office
322
Manner etc of Making Returns to the DeadLetter Office
323
Treatment in PosbOffices of Mail Matter Addressed to Foreign Countries
327
Exchange PostOffices and Dispatch of Matter Therefrom to Foreign Countries
330
Treatment in PostOffices of Mail Matter Received from Foreign Countries
336
TITLE FIVE
338
Treatment of Foreign Matter at Delivering OfficesDelivery For warding etc
341
TITLE FOUR FBEEDEIIVEBY SERVICE CnAPTER 1 Division of Free Delivery
346
Letter Boxes
349
Letter Carriers and Substitute Carriers
351
Uniforms of Carriers
354
Performance of Service
357
Delivery and collecting of Mail by Carriers
363
SpecialDelivery Service
366
Rate on SpecialDelivery Matter and SpecialDelivery Stamps
367
Registered Matter in Transit
393
Receipt of Registered Matter at Offices of Delivery
395
Delivery of Registered Matter
398
Delivery of Registered Matter by Letter Carriers
402
Forwarding and Recall of Registered Matter
405
Shortpaid Registered Matter
409
Undelivered Refused and Fraudulent Registered Matter
414
Records and Reports
418
Indemnity for Losses
422
Miscellaneous Provisions
424
Exchange of Registered Mail Between PostOffices and Stations Thereof
425
Through Registry Service
431
Preparation and Dispatch of Through Registered Matter
433
Through Registered Matter at Receiving Offices
435
DiscrepanciesMissent and Damaged Pouches
436
Pouches Sacks Locks and Keys
440
InnerSack Registry Service
441
BrassLock Registry Service
442
Registration of Foreign Mail Mattf r
444
Receipt and Delivery of Foreign Registered Matter
446
Forwarding Recall and Return of Foreign Registered Matter
448
Registry Exchange Offices
449
TITLE SIX M0NEY0EDEB SYSTEM Chapter 1 General Provisions
454
IT Conduct of MoneyOrder Business
455
Issue of Domestic Money Orders
457
Fees and Limitations
459
Application and Issue 400
460
Errors and Changes
463
AdvicesOriginal and Duplicate 405
465
MoneyOrder Dating Stamps and Signatures to Money Orders
467
Treatment of MoneyOrder Forms
468
Payment of Domestic Money Orders
469
Repayment of and Duplicate Money Orders Payment
482
International MoneyOrder Service
491
Payment of International Money Orders
505
MoneyOrder Funds Accounts and Records
513
TITLE SEVEN
529
Transportation of Mails by Railroads
535
Transportation of Mails on Electric and Cable Cars
548
Independent Contract Wagon Service in Cities
557
Foreign Mail Service
580
Sea PostOffices
586
Mail Equipments
598
TITLE EIGHT
618
Railway PostOffices
634
Record of Arrivals and Departures of Railway Postal Clerks
636
Admission to Railway PostOffices
637
Care of Mail Bags Locks Keys Supplies and Other Property
638
Instructions Orders and Schedules
641
Official Correspondence
642
Time and Personal Conduct of Railway Postal Clerks
643
Miscellaneous Provisions
644
Treatment of Ordinary Mail Matter in the Railway Mail Service
645
Cancellation and Postmarking
646
Making Up and Distribution of Mails
647
Matter Inadmissible to the MailsUnpaid and Improperly Addressed MatterNixes
653
Foreign and Dutiable Matter
657
Delivery of Mail from Care
658
Transfer Service
659
Losses of Mail Matter
662
TITLE NINE OFFENSES AGAINST THE POSTAL SERVICE I Prosecution of Offenses under Postal LawsJurisdiction of Courts
670
Arrests and Reports of Offenses
671
Offenses against Government and the Revenues
672
Offenses against Property Belonging to or in Use by the Post Office Department
681
Offenses against the Mails
682
Offenses in Connection with the Transportation of the Mails
688
Supp or Vol 1 and Vol 2 Supplement to the Revised Statutes of the 1 Supp R S United States 2 Supp R 8
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