Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 15.djvu/824

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792 INDEX. Northern Pacfc Railroad Company, (continued.) Oath. See Rebel States, Registration. consent of Congress given to, to issue form ofQ to be taken before registration iu bonds and secure the same by mort- the several military districts. . 2 gage of its road, &c . . ... 346 who to administer 2 purpose to which the funds are to be true intent and meaning of .. ·. .. 15 applied 346 to include all civil offices, &c ... 15 meaning of “Puget Sound " as used in all persons elected, or appointed to office the act, &c .. . . . 346 in the military districts, to take ... 16 North German Union, knowingly swearing falsely in taking the postal convention with, October 21, 1867. 577 oath to be perjury, and how punished. 4 exchange of correspondence 577 Obedience to embrace what .. 577 to the constitution and laws enjoined offices for exchange of mails in each upon all persons ... 698 coun try ...,.. 577 Observatory, Naval, arrangements for despatch of mails . 577 appropriation for .,.. . .. 70, 278 cost of transportation ,...i 577 Observatory at Cambridge, weight for single rate of postage, and rule customs duty remitted on certain meridiof progression ... 577, 578 an circles imported for .. 464 fates of postage ... 578 Olzstructing prepayment optional on ordinary letters. 578 the execution of the constitution and required on registered letters, &e 578 laws, warning against ... 698 proceedings when postages are unpaid, or Obstructions, not sufficlently paid ...,. 578 in harbors, &c. warnings may be placed regulations for despatch of correspond- over .. » 249 ence ... . ... 578, 579 appropriation for clearing, from roads, registered correspondence to pay addi- rivers, and harbors, for troops . . . . 317 tional fee ... . · . . 579 O’ Connors, Catharine, what correspondence may be registered. . 579 pension to, and for her minor children. . 445 basis for settlement of accounts . 579 Office of Education, exchange of correspondence by open established . . . 106 mails . . ... 579 chief officer of} to be styled commissioner transit of closed mails, through either of education .. . . 106 country ... . ... 579 appropriation for . 291 postal accounts, when to be stated, &e.. . 579 Qfcers, Intemal Revenue, transfer of closed m tils without expense. 570 heretofore appointed to continue until sucotricial communications ... 580 cessors are appointed . 166, 167 misscnt letters, articles, &c .. , .. 580 may require worm-tub cleansed for examprovisions of this convention to be ex- ination 139 tended to other German stzttes, ...,... 590 may enter distillery by night or day, &e.. 139 detailed regulations ... 560 may break into distillery, after demand to former conventions to cease to he of enter and refusal . .,. 139 force . . 580 may require material and assistance to when this convention takes pluce, and complete inspection .. . .. .139, 1'40 how long to continue, ... 580 may break up ground of distillery to find North Ihtven, tVLu'ne, pipes, and break wall 140 made n port of delivery 63 may detain packages of spirits, when, Northrop, Su /_q C'., &c ... , ,.,.,,.. 141 patents for land to issue to . 408 may seize casks or packages, empty, with Notaries Public, stamps not cfiaced .. 142 residents, &c. may take evidence, &c. in may examine books of accounts . 139, 143 eases of contested elections ...,... 267 Officers ¢y“Army, Notes of the United States, dismissed by general court-martial, &c. not to be retired, so as to further reduce not to be restored, except by reapthe currency .. . .. ,. 34 pointment, &c .. 125 mutilated, may be replaced 34 Officers ty' the United States, Notices, {fc. and persons acting under them, to be promay he printed in three newspapers in the tected in suits against them for acts District of Columbia . ... 110 done by them during the rebellion, how to be selected ... . .. ,,. 110 while acting under color of their orliue. 243 Nott and Comparry, right of appeal to the Supreme Court of act for the relief of . . .. 440 the United States .. 243 claim of, to be examined by the Attorney- OmCI`U’ Costume, General ... 440 persons in the diplomatic service of the Noyes, Henry C., United States, not to wear, unless, &e. 23 new coupon bond to be issued to 461 Ojicial I)ocuments, Papers, and entries in records, in offices of consuls, &c. of the United States, duly O_ certified copies oi, under the seal of consul, &c. to be admissible in evi- Oath, dence in courts of the United States. . . 266 to distiller's return, form of 133 Ogallalah Bond ty" Sioux Indians. See Sioux, Qc. Oath of Qfce, treaty with, of April, 1868 .. 635 - 641 form of, to he taken by those from whom O’Gcztlalas, legal disabilities have been removed. . . 85 appropriations for the.. 2l`6, 217