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76

counts.

Seal,

Suits.—See Removal of Suits from State Courts.
Of the United States,

68, 69 Supersedeas.
Of the Department of State,

69 When a writ of error is a supersedeas as to
Of the courts of the United States, 93 proceedings after judgment, . 85
Seamen,

Supreme Court.
Government and regulation of, in the mer The judicial power of the United States vested
chant service, act for,

131 in one Supreme Court, and in such other
Absconding and runaway seamen, -

. 131 courts as Congress may from time to time
Relief and protection of seamen,

. 477 establish. Constitution of the United States,
Agents for the protection of seamen at foreign art. 3, sect. 3,
ports,

177
Notes of decisions,

73
Impressed seamen,

- 477 Judges to hold their offices during good beha-
Seamen in foreign ports,

- 256
viour,

17
Securities,

Extent of judicial power,

17
On custom-house bonds to have the priority Original jurisdiction of the Supreme Court, 18

of the United States on payment of the Appellate jurisdiction of the Supreme Court,
bonds,
- 676

18
Seizures.

The Supreme Court to consist of a chief jus-
Officers of the customs may make seizures as tice and four assistant judges, and shall
well within as out of their districts, · 678 hold two sessions annually,

73
Obstruction of officers of the revenue, - 673 Notes of acts regulating the number of jus-
Penalty on masters of vessels obstructing offi tices of the Supreme Court,

73
cers of the revenue when making seiz Adjournments of the Supreme Court, 76, 621
ures,

678 Attendance of the justices of the Supreme
Settlement of Public Accounts.—See Public Ac Court at the Circuit Courts,

Notes of acts of Congress relative to the at-
Shipping Articles. See Seamen.

tendance of the justices of the Supreme
Ships and Vessels.-See Registers of Ships and Ves Court at the Circuit Courts,

76
sels.

Justices of the Supreme Court to determine
Sick and Disabled Sca:nen.-See Seamen.

the circuits they are respectively to at-
Slaves.-See Fugitive Slaves.

tend,

- 253
Slave Trade,

The attendance of one of the justices of the
Prohibited,

347 Supreme Court at the Circuit Courts is
Notes of decisions of the courts of the United sufficient, but the court may in special cases

States on the acts prohibiting and punish assign two justices to the court, (obso-
ing the slave trade

lete,)

333
Snuff and Refined Sugar,

Special sessions for the trial of criminal cases
Duties upon,

384, 426
may be directed, (obsolete,)

334
South Carolina.–See Circuit Courts, District Courts. Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court under the
Representation in Congress. Constitution of act of September 24, 1789,

· 80
the United States,

10 Suits against ambassadors and public minis-
Representation according to the first census, 253 ters,

80
Stamps,

Appellate jurisdiction from the Circuit Courts,
527, 545, 622

81
Standing Mute.-See Crimes.

Notes of cases decided,

81
State Department.-See Department of State.

Power to issue writs of mandamus, prohibi-
State Laws,

tions, &c.,

81
How authenticated.See Authentication.

Revisal of cases from the highest court of the
The laws of the States, except where the States, under the 25th section of the act of

Constitution, treaties, and statutes of the September 24, 1789,
United States shall otherwise provide and Notes of cases decided,

85
require, shall be regarded in the courts of May issue writs of scire facias, habeas corpus,
the United States, where they apply, - 92 &c.,

81
Notes of decisions,

92 Power to make rules for the government of
Health laws of the States.-See Quarantine.

the Circuit Courts,

83
Stealing or Falsifying Records.—See Crimes.

Supreme Court to issue mandates, not execu-
Striking a Foreign Minister.-See Crimes.

tions,

85
Subarnation of Perjury.-See Perjury.

Justices of the Supreme Court may issue writs
Subpæna,

of ne exeat and mandamus, 333, 334
In civil causes, the witnesses being out of the Appoint a clerk of the court,

76
district in which the court sits, not at a Power to take surety of good behaviour, 609
greater distance than one hundred miles, Survey of the Public Lands.—See Public Lands.
may be obliged to attend a subpæna from Surveyor of the Customs.
the court in which the trial is to take Duties of the surveyor,

643
place,

335 See Officers of the Customs.
Sugar, Refined, Duties on. See Internal Dutics. Symmes, John Cleves. See Public Lands.

- 347

Duties upon,

85

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Tare,

Treaties.
At the custom-house,

671 of the land. Constitution of the United
Taxes on Lands.—See Direct Taxes.

States, article 4,

19
Teas.

All treaties made by the United States shall be
Act of March 2, 1799, (repealed,)

- 627

promulgated with and annexed to the laws
Tender.

of the United States, by the Secretary of
All gold and silver coins struck the mint State,

187
shall be a lawful tender in all payments Expenses of treaties with the Indians, • 54

whatsoever, Act of April 2, 1792, 250 Trial by Jury.
All foreign coins to cease to be a tender after

Amendments to the Constitution of the United
the 1st of July, 1793. Act of February 9,

States, articles 6, 7, •

21
1793, sect. 4,

· 301
Trial by jury,

79, 80, 88
Foreign coins, estimation of, when paid for

Where trials shall take place,

88
duties,

673

Trial by jury in the Supreme Court in suits
Tennessee.

against citizens of the United States, - 81
Admitted into the Union, June 1, 1796, 491

Jurors to be designated by lot,

88
Laws of the United States to have effect in

Juries de talibus circumstantibus,

88
the State of Tennessee,

495, 617
Boundaries of the State of Tennessee, 617 United Brethren.-See Public Lands.
Territory

United States.
North-west of the Ohio, ordinance, 49

Constitution of the United States, . 10
Teste of Writs issued from the Courts of the United
States.

Vermont
An act to regulate processes in the courts of

Admitted into the Union. Act of Feb. 18,

1791,
the United States, September 29, 1789, 93

191
An act for regulating processes in the courts

Number of Representatives in Congress. Act
of the United States, &c. May 8, 1792, 275

of February 25, 1791,

· 191
April 14, 1792,

253
Theft.-See Crimes.

The laws of the United States to have effect in
Tonnage of Ships.

Vermont. Act of March 2, 1791, 197
Manner of ascertaining the tonnage of ves-
sels in the merchant service,

- 676

Vice-President of the United States.
Constitution of the United States,

15
Duties on, 69,94, 112, 145, 476, 627, 676

Election of the Vice-President of the United
Tools and Implements of Husbandry

States,
Exempted from duty,

.661
Salary of the Vice-President,

- 318
Treason.-See Crimes.

Vincennes.—See Public Lands.
Treasury Department.

Virginia.
Establishment of the Treasury Department, 65 Representatives in Congress under the Con-
Officers. Secretary, comptroller, auditor, trea stitution, -

11
surer, register, and assistant to the secre Under the first census,

. 253
tary,

65 Military land warrants. See Public Lands,
Duties of the Secretary of the Treasury, 65
comptroller,

66 Wages of Seamen.-See Seamen.
treasurer,

66 War Department.
auditor

66 An executive department, to be denominated
register,

67 the Department of War, established. Act
If the secretary shall be removed, or his office of August 7, 1789, -

49
become vacant, the assistant secretary to Ordinance for ascertaining the duties of the
have charge of the records,
- 67 Secretary at War,

49
Persons appointed under the act of Septem Notes of decisions,

50
ber 2, 1789, shall not be interested in trade, Duties of the Secretary at War,

50
owners of vessels, purchase public lands, or Oath of office,

50
public securities, &c.

67 To take charge of the papers of the War
An act making alterations in the Treasury and Department established under the ordinance
War Departments, May 8, 1792, • 279 of Congress,

50
An act to amend an act making alterations in An act making alterations in the Treasury and

the Treasury and War Departments, Febru War Departments. May 8, 1792, - 279
ary 13, 1795,

- 415 An act to amend the act making alterations in
Act of July 16, 1798,

• 610

the Treasury and War Departments. Feb-
Power of the Secretary of the Treasury to ruary 13, 1795,

• 415
remit or mitigate fines and forfeitures. See An act to alter and amend the several acts for
Fines and Forfeitures.

the establishment and regulation of the
Accounts to be settled with the Treasury De Treasury, War, and Navy Departments.
partment,
441, 512 July 16, 1798,

.610
Treaties.

Warehouses,
Treaties made under the authority of the laws To be procured for the cargoes of vessels in
of the United States to be the supreme law quarantine,

• 620

15, 22

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Washington, George,

Writs.-See Process.
Franking privilege,

361 Writs of Error.
Washing'on City.

Act of September 24, 1789, sects. 21, 22, 23,
The permanent seat of the Government of the 24, 25,

84, 85, 86
United States, -
130, 214 Notes of decisions,

84, 85, 86
Weighers and Gaugers.See Gaugers.

Service of a writ of error to make it a super-
West Point.

sedeas,

85
Act authorizing the purchase of West Point Writs of Injunction,

81, 82
for the United States,
129 Mandamus,

81
Wines.-See Duties on Merchandise.

Prohibition,

81
Witnesses.

Ne exeat and injunction,

334
Compensation of witnesses attending the Subpæna,

81
courts of the United States, 217, 277, 626 Scire facias,

81
Working Days,

Venire facias,

81
For unlading ships,

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