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Procedure in exercise of special jurisdictions.

PUBLIC LANDS.
In admiralty, see "Admiralty."
In bankruptcy, see "Bankruptcy," $ 1.

Conspiracy to obtain, see “Conspiracy," $ 1. In equity, see "Equity.".

Constitutionality of statute relating to settling Particular courts, see "Courts.”

disputes arising out of conflicting rulings of

Land Department, see "Constitutional Law," Procedure on review.

$ 1. See "Appeal and Error.”

Fishing rights, see "Fish."

§ 1. Government ownership. PREFERENCES.

The use of timber from unsurveyed mining land in Arizona in roasting ore at a mine held

authorized by Act June 3, 1878, c. 150, 1.20 Effect of proceedings in bankruptcy, see Stat. 88 [U.S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 1528]. Unit“Bankruptcy," $ 2.

ed States v. United Verde Copper Co., 222.

§ 2. Survey and disposal of lands of PREJUDICE.

United States.

Conclusiveness on the courts of a finding of Ground for_reversal in civil actions, see "Ap- the Land Department in allowing a homestead peal and Error," $ 2.

entry as to sufficiency of settlement, residence, and improvements held not affected by a later

decision in a second contest between the same PRESCRIPTION.

parties that alienation of the land was a bar to

supplemental proofs.-Hill v. McCord, 96. Acquisition of rights, see "Adverse Posses

Right to confirmation of commutation entry sion," $ 1.

under the homestead laws, under Act June 3,

1896, c. 312, 29 Stat. 197 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, PRESIDENT.

p. 1409], invalid because prematurely made, in Confirmation of sentence of court-martial, see 2301, by Act March 3, 1891, c. 561, 26 Stat.

ignorance of the amendment of Rev. St. U. S. § "Army and Navy."

1098 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 1406), held not

defeated by entryman's subsequent efforts to PRINCIPAL AND SURETY.

protect his grantees by taking reconveyance to

make proofs.-Hill v. McCord, 96. See "Indemnity."

A purchaser of land certified by the Secretary of the Interior to Minnesota in aid of railway

construction and conveyed to a railway comPROCESS.

pany held purchaser in good faith, under Act

March 3, 1887, c. 376, § 4, 24 Stat. 556 [U. S. Effect of proceedings in state court before re- Comp. St. 1901, p. 1595), though certification moval, see "Removal of Causes," $ 4.

was erroneous.—United States v. Chicago, M.

& St. P. Ry. Co., 113. In actions against particular classes of parties.

Certification to state of Minnesota by the Sea Foreign corporations, see "Corporations," $ 3.

retary of the Interior, for the benefit of a railForeign insurance companies, see “Insurance," way, of land within the indemnity limits of Rail$ 1.

way Land Grant Act July 4, 1866, c. 168 (14 Particular forms of writs or other process.

Stat. 87), held not absolutely void because of

previous application to enter land as a homeSee "Garnishment”; “Injunction"; "Manda- stead.—United States v. Chicago, M. & St. P. mus."

Ry. Co., 113. § 1. Service.

A court of equity will not undertake to deTemporary presence of garnishee within the termine, in advance of the final action of the state gives the court jurisdiction against him Land Department, respective rights of grantees in garnishment on personal service, if the prin- land claimed to be within the indemnity limits

from Northern Pacific Railway Company of cipal debtor could have sued him there to re- of the land grant of July 2, 1864, and settlers cover the debt.-Harris v. Balk, 625.

and purchasers from the United States or their

grantees.-Humbird v. Avery, 123. PROPERTY.

Sales or contracts by Northern Pacific Rail

way Company after its acceptance of Act July See "Fish"; "Mines and Minerals"; "Trade-1, 1898, c. 546 (30 Stat. 597, 620), cannot deMarks and Trade-Names."

feat provisions of the act enacted to settle disAdverse possession, see "Adverse Possession." | putes arising out of conflicting rulings in the Constitutional guaranties of rights of property, Land Department as to eastern terminus of the see "Constitutional Law," $ 7.

railroad, as affecting the Northern Pacific land Taking for public use, see “Eminent Domain.” | grant.-Humbird v. Avery, 123.

The right of pre-emption given by Act April PUBLIC DEBT.

22, 1826, c. 28" (4 Stat. 154), did not extend to lands appropriated by the United States for

a military post until it was abandoned.—Scott See "States," $ 2.

v. Carew, 193.

A residence for voting purposes in another PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS. precinct from that in which a homestead entry

fies precludes the entryman from claiming resiDue process of law, see "Constitutional Law,"dence on the land as a homestead.—Small v. $ 7.

Rakestraw, 285. 25 S.C.-53

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Finding by Secretary of the Interior that

PUNISHMENT residence of homestead entryman for voting purposes was in another precinct from that For offenses by naval officers, see "Army and in which the land lies held not erroneous as Navy." a matter of law.-Small v. Rakestraw, 285. A state corporation is a citizen of the United

QUESTIONS FOR JURY. States, within Act March 3, 1887, c. 376, § 5, 24 Stat. 557 [U. s. Comp. "St. 1901, p. 1595], Payment on mortgage to heir, see "Executors conferring on citizens the right to purchase and Administrators," § 1. land excepted from railroad grant.-Ramsey v. Tacoma Land Co., 286.

RAILROADS. Delay cannot successfully be urged to prevent bona fide purchasers from railway company of As employers, see "Master and Servant." land excepted from its grant from purchasing As subject of regulation of commerce, see same from government, under ActMarch 3, "Commerce," $ 2. 1887, c. 376,5 5, 24 Stat. 557 [U. S. Comp. St. Carriage of goods and passengers, see "Car1901, p. 1595], where application was made riers. within 10 months after land had been stricken Compensation for property taken for public from the company's list.-Ramsey V. Tacoma use, see "Eminent Domain," $ 2. Land Co., 286.

Consolidation, see "Corporations," $ 2. Selection of lot in projected town site in Constitutionality of tax, see “Constitutional Oklahoma held not to vest unconditional title,

Law," 8 6. so as to prevail against the rights of the city Duty to adopt automatic couplers, see “Master to the occupation of the lot as a public street Effect of decree adjudging combination illegal,

and Servant," $ 1. under subsequent survey, made under Act May 14, 1890, c. 207, 26 Stat. 109 [U. S. Comp. St.

see "Judgment," Š 2. 1901, p. 1463]. -Oklahoma City v. McMaster, Effect of illegality of contract, see “Contracts," 324.

§ 1.

Grants of land in aid, see "Public Lands," 2. Until identification by government survey of Property subject to prescription, see "Adverse land within limits of a grant of odd-numbered

Possession," § 1. sections on the line of the Northern Pacific Regulation of, see "Commerce," $ 3. Railroad by Act July 2, 1864, c. 217, 13 Stat. Right of terminal company to enforce contribu367, the United States has such property in tim- tion, see "Contribution"; "Indemnity." ber as to enable it to recover value of timber re-Use of right of way by telegraph company, see moved by railroad company or its grantees.

— "Telegraphs and Telephones," $ 1. United States v. Montana Lumber & Mfg. Co., 367.

8 1. Receivers. Concurrent findings of two lower courts that

Making of special agreement to forward a patentee of lands was not guilty of fraud in through shipment by steamer of a connecting acquiring title will not be disturbed by the Su- carrier sailing on a designated day held within

l preme Court, where the suit was begun 40 closure to carry on the railroad's business:

the authority of receivers appointed in foreyears after the alleged fraud and the evidence Northern Pac. Ry. Co. v. American Trading was conflicting.–United States v. Stinson, 426.

Co., 84. A homestead entry in Oklahoma territory, General Eastern agent of a receiver of a railvalid on its face, by one in fact personally dis, road company, ordered to continue its business, qualified, prevents the initiation of homestead held to have authority to make a special agreerights by another while it is uncanceled and not ment to forward a through shipment by steamrelinquished.-McMichael v. Murphy, 460. er of connecting_carrier sailing on a designated

A patentee of part of a fractional section, day.—Northern Pac. Ry. Co. v. American Tradwhose patent, through carelessness of the ing Co., 81. Land Department, refers to the original survey, Claim for ties necessary to preservation of though a resurvey had been made, cannot re railroad, furnished within six months of apcover from a subsequent patenteé under the pointment of receiver, held not entitled to prefsecond survey all the land lying east of a cer- erence over a mortgage lien recorded before the tain meander line as shown on the earlier sur contract for ties was made.-Gregg v. Metrovey.—Gleason v. White, 782.

politan Trust Co., 415. § 3. Disposal of lands of the states. Legal title to Texas lands patented to Greer

REAL ACTIONS. county, Okl., by mistake made by Gen. Laws Tex. 1883, c. 55, did not pass to the corpora

See "Ejectment." tion subsequently organized out of such county by Act Cong. May 4, 1896, c. 155 (29 Stat.

RECEIVERS. 113); but, on disappearance of the de facto Texas county, the title vested in the state of Contracts for transportation by general agent Texas.-Greer County v. State of Texas, 437.

of receiver of railroad, see "Carriers," $ 1. In bankruptcy proceedings, see "Bankruptcy,"

$ 1. PUBLIC USE.

Of railroad companies, see "Railroads," § 1. Taking property for public use, see “Eminent $ 1. Actions. Domain.

Receiver of a corporation cannot be empowered to sue in a foreign jurisdiction to realize

its assets, where he was appointed in a suit to PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY. enforce liens and subject property to claims of

creditors.—Great Western Min. & Mfg. Co. v. See “Waters and Water Courses," $ 1.

Harris, 770.

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RECORDS.

cata of the question, when raised in the federal

Circuit Court to which it had been removed. Transcript on appeal or writ of error, see "Ap- Remington v. Central Pac. R. Co., 577. peal and Error," § 1; "Criminal Law," $ 7.

REQUESTS. REFORMATION OF INSTRUMENTS. For instructions in civil actions, see “Trial,” Jurisdiction of court of claims, see “Courts," For instructions in criminal prosecutions, see

$ 1. § 10.

“Criminal Law," § 6. RELEASE. See “Accord and Satisfaction"; "Compromise

RESERVATIONS. and Settlement."

Of public lands, see "Public Lands," 8 2. Effect of adjudication as to validity of releases, see "Judgment,” $ 2.

RESIDENCE. $ 1. Construction and operation.

General words in a release are to be lim-On land as homestead, see “Public Lands.” § 2. ited to the particular words in the recital.Texas & P. Ry. Co. v. Dashiell, 737. Release for damages received by a railroad

RES JUDICATA.
employé in a collision construed.—Texas &
P. Ry. Co. v. Dashiell, 737.

See "Judgment," 88 1, 2.
REMEDY AT LAW.

RESTRAINT OF TRADE.
See "Injunction," $ 1.

See "Contracts," $ 1.
Trusts and other combinations, see “Monopo-

lies," § 2.
REMOVAL.
Of accused to other district for trial, see “Crim-

RETROSPECTIVE LAWS. inal Law," § 4.

Constitutional restrictions, see "Constitutional

Law," 8 5.
REMOVAL OF CAUSES.

REVENUE.
§ 1. Power to remove and right of re-
moval in general.

See "Customs Duties"; "Internal Revenue"; A petition for the removal of a cause from "Taxation." a state court to a federal court held not too late.-Remington v. Central Pac. R. Co., 577.

REVIEW. Defendant held not estopped to insist on right see "Appeal and Error”; “Criminal Law," § 7. to remove cause to a federal court.-Remington v. Central Pac. R. Co., 577. 2. Citizenship or alienage of parties.

ROADS. A proceeding for the taking of land by eminent domain, authorized by St. Ky. 88 835-839, Streets in cities, see "Municipal Corporations,” is, where the requisite diversity of citizenship $ 3. exists, a suit involving a controversy between citizens of different states, and removable to

SALES. the federal Circuit Court. -Madisonville Trac-L of intoxicating liquors, see “Intoxicating Liqtion Co. v. St. Bernard Min. Co., 251.

Of

uors.' § 3. Proceedings to procure and effect of property in bankruptcy proceedings, see of removal.

"Bankruptcy," $ 1.: The time for removing to a federal circuit Of public lands, see “Public Lands,” § 2. court for diversity of citizenship a proceeding for the taking of land by eminent domain in a 8 1. Performance of contract. Kentucky county, under St. Ky. $$ 835–839, Delivery and receipt of 4,634 tons of coal, held not postponed until the case has been taken under contract for "about 5,000 tons," does not by appeal to a state circuit court, where it can entitle the vendee to refuse a tender of the rebe tried de novo.—Madisonville Traction Co. v. maining 366 tons.—Moore V. United States, St. Bernard Min. Co., 251.

202. Petition held not insufficient to justify the removal of a cause from a state court to a fed

SATISFACTION. eral Circuit Court.- Remington v. Central Pac. See “Accord and Satisfaction”; “Compromise R. Co., 577.

and Settlement"; "Release." Presentation of petition for removal to a judge of the state court at chambers and filing petition in state court held to satisfy statutory

SCHEDULE. requirements.—Remington v. Central Pac. R. Co., 577.

Of debts of bankrupt, see "Bankruptcy," $ 3. § 4. Proceedings

cause after moval.

SCHOOL LANDS. Denial by inferior state court of a motion to vacate service of summons held not res judi- Conspiracy to obtain, see “Conspiracy," § 1.

re

SEAMEN.

Enactment of prohibition against peonage

in Rev. St. U. S. 88 1990, 5526 [U. S. Comp. Only a federal marshal can arrest, on requisi- St. 1901, pp. 1266, 3715), held authorized by tion of French consul, a seaman on a French Const. V. . Amend. 13.-Clyatt v. United vessel, conformably to article 8 of the treaty States, 429. with France of August 12, 1853 (10 Stat. 996), this being the mode of arrest specified by Act

SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS.
Cong. June 11, 1864, c. 116, 13 Stat. 121, and
re-enacted in Rev. St. U. S. 88 4079-4081 [U. See “Intoxicating Liquors.”
S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 2766]. —Dallemagne v.
Moisan, 422.
The imprisonment of an insubordinate sea-

STALE DEMAND.
man on a French vessel under article 8 of the
treaty with France of August 12, 1853 (10 See "Equity," § 1.
Stat. 996), need not end with departure of the
vessel, but may last until expiration of two
months prescribed by Act Cong. June 11, 1864,

STARE DECISIS. c. 116, 13 Stat. 121, and Rev. St. U. S. $$ 4079-4081 [U. S. Comn. St. 1901, p. 2766]. - See "Courts,” $ 1. Dallemagne v. Moisan, 422.

STATES. SECRETARY OF COMMERCE AND See “United States.” LABOR.

Interstate extradition, see "Extradition," $ 1.

Legislative power, see "Constitutional Law," Exclusion of Chinese, see "Aliens," g 1.

$ 2.

Public lands, see "Public Lands," $ 3.
SENTENCE.

§ 1. Political status and relations.

Avulsion by the Missouri river, the middle of By court-martial, see "Army and Navy.” whose channel forms the boundary between

Missouri and Nebraska, works no change in

such boundary.-State of Missouri v. State of SET-OFF AND COUNTERCLAIM. Nebraska, 155; State of Nebraska v. State of

Missouri, Id. Against bankrupt, see "Bankruptcy," § 2.

The middle of the channel of the Missouri riv

er, according to its course as it was prior to SETTLEMENT.

the avulsion of July 5, 1867, decreed to be the

true boundary line between Missouri and NeSee “Accord and Satisfaction”; “Compromise braska.—State of Missouri v. State of Nebrasand Settlement”; “Release."

ka, 580.

§ 2. Fiscal management, public debt, SHIPPING.

and securities.

Issue of revenue bond scrip, under act S. C. See "Admiralty"; "Commerce," & 3; “Pilots": March 2, 1872, to relieve the state of liability “Seamen.”

on guaranty of railroad bond, under Act Sept. Customs, see “Customs and Usages."

15, 1868, when there was no outstanding, liaLiability of shipowners for failure to detain or 1868, art. 9, § 10, where neither statute pur

bility, is within prohibition of Const. April 16, deport aliens, see “Aliens," 2.

ported to be an adjustment of a claim against $1. Carriage of goods.

the state, under Const. art. 14, § 4.—Lee V, Damage to cargo from sinking of ship after

Robinson, 180. arrival in port, due to imprudent unloading, held not to result from errors in navigation,

STATUTES. within the meaning of Harter Act Feb. 13, 1893, c. 105, § 3, 27 Stat. 445 [U. s. Comp. St. 1901, Adoption by United States courts of state laws p. 2946).-Oceanic Steam Nav, Co. v. Aitken, as rules of decision, see “Courts," § 6. 317.

Constitutionality in general, see “Constitutional

Law," § 1.
SIGNATURES.

Laws impairing obligation of contracts, see

"Constitutional Law," § 4. Attestation of will, see "Wills," 2.

Validity of retrospective or ex post facto laws,

see "Constitutional Law,” g 5. SLAVES.

Provisions relating to particular subjects. Evidence of prior condition of peonage, to See “Aliens”; “Army, and Navy”; “Bankwhich persons so held were returned, held es

ruptcy”; “Commerce"; "Customs Duties"; sential to support conviction under indictment

“Intoxicating Liquors"; "Master and Servcharging the return of the persons to peonage.

ant," $ 1; "Pilots." -Clyatt v. United States, 429.

Admiralty jurisdiction, see "Admiralty," $ 1.

Anti-trust law, see "Monopolies," $ 1. The holding of another in a state of peonage, Revenue laws, see "Internal Revenue.” though sanctioned by municipal or state law, is within the prohibition against peonage con- $ 1. Construction and operation. tained in Rev. St. U. S. $$ 1990, 5526 [U. S. The rule that penal statutes are to be strictComp. St. 1901, pp. 1266, 3715], enacted under ly construed does not permit such a construcprovision of Const. U. S. Amend. 13.-Clyatt tion as defeats obvious intent of Legislature.v. United States, 429.

Johnson v. Southern Pac. Co., 158.

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STATUTES CONSTRUED. 1894, Aug. 27, ch. 349, § 25, 28 Stat. 509,

552 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 2375]. ... 406

1896, May 4, ch. 155, 29 Stat. 113.. 437 UNITED STATES.

1896, June 3, ch. 312, 29 Stat. 197 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 1409]...

96 CONSTITUTION. 1897, Jan. 30, ch. 109, 29 Stat. 306. 506

.... 375 Aniend. 14...3, 18, 289, 342, 358, 466, 539, 721 1897, March 3, ch. 374, 26 Stat. 622. Amend. art. 5

58

1897, June 4, ch. 2, 30 Stat. 36 [U. S. Amend. art. 6

766 Comp. St. 1901, p. 1541]...

514 Art. 1, § 6..

213

1898, June 13, ch. 448, $$ 29, 30, 30 Stat. Art. 1, § 8, cl. 17..

352

464 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, pp. 2307, Art. 1, § 9, cl. 6..

660

2308). Amended by Act 1901, March 2, Art. , § 1..

ch. 806, 31 Stat. 946 [U. S. 'Comp. St. 614

1901, p. 2307].. 535

331 Art. 4, § 2, subd. 2.

1898, July 1, ch. 541, § 2, 30 Stat. 545 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3420].

778 STATUTES AT LARGE.

1898, July 1, ch. 541, § 2, subd. 11, 30

Stat. 516 (Ú. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3421] 214

1898, July 1, ch. 541, $ 6, 30 Stat. 548 [U. 1800, April 23, ch. 33, art. 38, 2 Stat.

S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3424]..

656 50. 51

440 1826, April 22, ch. 28, 4 Stat. 154.

1898, July 1, ch. 541, $$ 15, 17, 30 Stat.

193 1834, June 28, ch. 126, 4 Stat. 708.

352

518,_550 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3128] 38 1862, July 17, ch. 204, arts. 11, 19, 20,

1898, July i, ch. 541, $ 17, 30 Stat. 550 [U.

S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3428]. . 12 Stat. 603, 605.

9. 118 440 1864, June 11, ch. 116, 13 Stat. 121

1898, July 1, ch. 541, § 24b, 30 Stat. 553 422 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3132].

693 1864, July 2, ch. 217, 13 Stat. 365... 123

1898. July 1, ch. 541, § 25. ci. (b), 30 1864, July 2, ch. 217, 13 Stat. 367.

367 1866, July 4, ch. 168, 14 Stat. 87.

Stat. 553 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3432] 339

113 1866, July 24, ch. 230, 14 Stat. 221 [U.

1898. July 1, ch. 541, $$ 57g, 60b, 30 Stat.

560, 562 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, pp. 3443, S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3579]....

133
3445]

339 1868, July 20, ch. 186, $ 107, 15 Stat. 167

1898, July 1, ch. 541, $$ 60, 60c, 30 Stat. [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 2277].... 514 1868, July 27, ch, 273, 15 Stat. 240. 514

544, 562 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 345) 33

1898, July 1, ch. 541, § 63, 30 Stat. 562 1874, June 22, ch. 396, 18 Stat. 193 [U. S.

[U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3417]...... 172 Comp. St. 1901, p. 716]...

569

1898, July 1, ch. 541, $ 63a, 30 Stat. 562 1875, March 3, ch. 137, § 8, 18 Stat. 472

9 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 513).

[U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3447].... 369

1898, July 1, ch. 541, § 65, 30 Stat. 563 1878, June 3, ch. 150, § 1, 20 Stat. 88

[U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3448]..

38 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 1528]

222 1898. July 1, ch. 541, $ 67e, 30 Stat. 565 1880, June 16, ch. 243, 21 Stat. 284.. 401

443

[U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3419]. ... 1882, July 12, ch. 290, § 4, 22 Stat. 163 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3458]....

1898, July 1, ch. 546, 30 Stat. 597, 620... 123 775

1899, Feb. 8, ch. 121, 30 Stat. 822 [U. S. 1886, Aug. 2, ch. 840, § 8, 24 Stat. 209

Comp. St. 1901, p. 697]...

375 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 2228]. Amend

1899, March 3, ch. 413, $ 13, 30 Stat. 1004 ed by Act 1902, May 9, ch. 784, 32 Stat.

261 193 (U. S. Comp. St. Supp. 1903, p. 266]

[U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 1072],, 1

1899, March 3, ch. 413, 30 Stat. 1007 [U. 1887, Feb. 8, ch. 119, 24 Stat. 388.. 506

S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 1072]...

102 1887, March 3, ch. 373, 24 Stat. 552... 538

1900, April 12, ch. 191, $ 35, 31 Stat. 77 13 1887, March 3, ch. 376, § 4, 24 Stat. 556

1900, April 12, ch. 191, š 35, 31 Stat. 85 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 1595]. 113

13, 617 1887, March 3, ch. 376, § 5, 24 Stat. 557

1900, April 30, ch. 339, 31 Stat. 141. 491 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 1595].. 286 1890, May 2, ch. 182, $'9,"26 Stat. 81, 85 324 1900, May 26, ch. 586, 31 Stat. 211 [U. S.

Comp. St. 1901, p. 896]...

..102, 434 1890, May 14, ch. 207, 26 Stat. 109 [U.

1900, June 6, ch. 786, $ 171, 31 Stat. 358 514 S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 1463]...

324
1900, June 6, ch. 810, 31 Stat. 668..

28 1890, July 2, ch. 647, 26 Stat. 209 [U. S.

1901, March 2, ch. 803, 31 Stat. 903 [U. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3200)......276, 493, 640

S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 896].

.102. 434 1890, Aug. 8, ch.728, 26 Stat. 313 [U. S.

1901, March 2, ch. 876, 31 Stat. 946 [U. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3177]....

502
S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 2307].

331 1891, March 3, ch. 517, 26 Stat. 826 [U.

1901, March 3, ch. 552, 31 Štat. 1108 [U. S. "Comp. St. 1901, p. 547].

653
S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 1040].

489 1891, March 3, ch. 517, 26 Stat. 827 [U.

1901, March 3, ch. 851, subch. 5, $ 233, 31 s. Comp. St. 1901, p. 549].

214
Stat. 1227

28 1891, March 3, ch. 517, § 5, 26 Stat. 827 1901, March 3, ch. 854, 88 1, 61, 31 Stat. [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 549).

1189, 1199

569 15, 208, 740, 768 | 1901, March 3, ch. 854, § 939, 31 Stat. 1891, March 3, ch. 538, 26 Stat. 85 [U. S.

1189, 1342

487 Comp. St. 1901, p. 758].

80

1902, May 9, ch. 781, 32 Stat. 193 [U. S. 1891, March 3, ch. 551, § 10, 26 Stat. 1084

Comp. St. Supp. 1903, p. 266]..

1 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 1299].

456

1902, June 27, ch. 1160, 32 Stat. 406 [U. 1891, March 3, ch. 561, 26 Stat. 1098 [U.

S. Comp. St. Supp. 1903, p. 281]...... 331 s. Comp. St. 1901, p. 1406]..

96 1902, July 1, ch. 1369, § 2, 32 Stat. 691, 1892, July 20, ch. 209, 27 Stat. 252 [U. S.

692 [U. S. Comp. St. Supp. 1903, p. 242] 455 Comp. St. 1901, p. 706]....

55

1904, April 28, ch. 1782, 33 Stat. 538.. 302 1893, Feb. 13, ch. 105, § 3, 27 Stat. 445 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 2946].

317 1893, March 2, ch. 196,' $ 2, 27 Stat. 531

REVISED STATUTES. [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3174]....... 158 Ch. 114, par. 135, $ 2...

.. 766 1894, Aug. 18, ch. 301, § 1, 28 Stat. 372, $ 709 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 575].. 622

390 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 1303].... 644 Š 1014 [U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 716]..569, 766

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