An Analytical Digest of the Laws of the United States, Volume 1

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Kay & Brother, 1865 - Law
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Contents

ALIENS
33
AMENDMENTS
41
ARMORIES AND ARSENALS
50
ARREST
89
BONDS
95
CADETS
104
CENSUS
117
CIRCUIT COURTS
124
COASTING TRADE Page
138
Enrolment and license of coasting vessels
139
Division of districts
143
Inland transportation
146
Fees
147
General provisions
148
COAST SURVEY
149
COINAGE
151
Foreign coins current in the United States
153
COMMERCE
156
Commercial statistics
157
Commerce with Great Britain
159
Commerce with Russian America 103
163
Commerce with other European nations
164
General provisions 105
165
COMMISSIONERS 100
166
CONGRESS
168
Clerks of congress 109
169
Contingent fund
170
Journals of congress
171
CONNECTICUT
172
CONSULS
173
Their duties towards seamen
175
General powers and duties
180
Judicial powers in China and Turkey
181
Miscellaneous provisions
184
CONTEMPTS
189
CONTRACTS lw CONVICTS
192
COPYRIGHT
193
Assignments of copyrights
194
Protection of manuscripts
195
General provisions
196
COURT OF CLAIMS
198
CRIERS AND TIPSTAVES
200
Offences against government
201
Offences against the person
202
Offences against property
203
Offences upon the high seas c
207
Offences against public justice
212
Offences against society
214
Offences relating to the coin
215
Offences relating to the post office
216
DEFAJLTERS
224
Miscellaneous provisions
228
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
232
Miscellaneous provisions
253
EVIDENCE
261
EXECUTION
268
FINES PENALTIES AND FORFEITURES
280
FISHERIES Page
283
FORTIFICATIONS
293
GEORGIA
299
ILLINOIS
309
IMPORTS AND EXPORTS
318
INDIANA
415
INDIANS Page
420
Commissioner of Indian affairs
421
Trade and intercourse with the Indians
427
Intercourse act of 1802
432
Indian lands
435
Miscellaneous provisions
437
INSURRECTION
440
INTERIOR DEPARTMENT
441
IOWA
442
Land offices
445
Collection districts
447
JUDGES
448
KANSAS
449
Executive authority
450
Judiciary
452
Lands and land offices
453
Miscellaneous provisions
454
KENTUCKY
455
Collection districts
456
LANDS
457
A Of the general land office
462
Regulations of the land office
464
Patents
465
B Disposal of the public lands
466
Surveyorsgeneral i 407
468
Registers and receivers
469
Applications
477
Price of public lands
481
Prevention of frauds
482
Correction of errors
484
Intrusions on the public lands
487
Sale of military Bites
489
Proceeds of the public lands
490
Lands granted to the states
491
Lands NORTtiWEST of tue Ouio and above the mouth of the Kenti kv
493
Land offices
494
MAINE
590
MARYLAND
598
MERIDIAN 014
614
MINNESOTA
624
MINT
630
MISSISSIPPI
639
MISSOURI Page
645
Circuit court
647
District court
648
Collection districts
649
COASTING TRADE
651
Light money
653
Relief of vessels in distress
654
Navigation of the lakes
655
NAVY
656
Organization of the navy
657
Shipment of seamen
658
Enlistment and discharge
659
Rules for the government of the navy 600
662
Medical department 608
668
Professors of mathematics 609
669
Pay and subsistence
670
Navy rations
673
Navy efficiency board
674
Navy pension fund
675
Navy contracts
677
Purchase of hemp
678
NAVY DEPARTMENT 6P0 NAVY YARDS
680
NEBRASKA
682
Executive authority
683
Judiciary
684
Miscellaneous provisions
686
NEGROES
687
NEUTRALITY
688
NEW HAMPSHIRE
690
Collection districts
691
Collection districts
693
Exeoutive authority
694
Judiciary 695
696
NEW VORK
697
Circuit courts 1
698
Collection districts
699
NORTH CAROLINA
702
OFFICIAL REGISTER
706
OHIO
707
Circuit and district courts
708
Collection districts
709
Land offices
710
Executive authority
711
Judiciary
713
Collection districts
714
Miscellaneous provisions
715
PASSENGERS
717
PATENTS
721
Patent office
722
Applications for patents
725
Rights of representatives and assignees
729
Caveats 73
730
Surrender and reissue of patents
731
Extension of patents
733
Disclaimers
734
Patent fund
735
PENNSYLVANIA
736
Collection districts
737
Pension office
738
Invalid pensions
746
Pensions to soldiers of the war of 1812
747
Pensions to soldiers of the Mexican war
748
Militia pensions
749
Naval pensions
750
Pensions to persons on board private armed ships
753
PILOTS
757
Accounts of the post offico
764
Mails and post routes
766
Post offices
771
Franking privilege
782
Rates of postage
785
Newspapers and periodicals
786
Postajro stamps
788
Letter carriers oi
789
Unclaimed letters
790
Miscellaneous provisions
791
PRACTICE
792
Process
793
PRINTING PaSe
795
PUBLIC BUILDINGS
802
PUBLIC MONEYS
808
RHODE ISLAND
815
SALVAGE
821
SLAVE TRADE
835
SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
842
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844
SUPREME COURT
861
TELEGRAPHS Page
862
TERRITORIES
869
TIMBER
876
VERMONT
894
Collection districts
897
WISCONSIN
906

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