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THE

FEDERAL STATUTES

Containing all the laws of the United States of a General and
permaneh Nature in force on the first day

of January, 1903

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COMPILED UNDER THE EDITORIAL SUPERVISION OF

WILLIAM M. MCKINNEY

Editor of the Encyclopædia of Pleading and Practice

AND
PETER KEMPER, JR.

Vol. VI.

EDWARD THOMPSON COMPANY
NORTHPORT, LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK

1905

COPYRIGHT, 1905

BY
EDWARD THOMPSON COMPANY.

AU rights reserves

LIB6CY OF THE
LELANE STANFORD, JR., UNIVERSITY

LAW DEPARTMENT.

TABLE OF TITLES AND CROSS-REFERENCES

CONTAINED IN VOL. VI.

[Italics indicate cross-references.]

Postmasters, 1.

Quarantine, 717. POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT,

Quartermaster, 718. Post Offices, 12.

Quo Warranto, 718. Post Roads, 13.

RAILROADS, 718. Practice, 13.

RAPE, 759. Pre-emption, 13.

Rebellion, 760. PRESIDENT, 13.

Receivers, 760. Printing, 22.

RECEIVING STOLEN Goods, 761. PRISONS AND PRISONERS, 23.

RECORDS, 763. Private LAND CLAIMS, COURT OF, 48. Reformatories, 765. PRIZE, 66.

Regattas, 765. PRIZE FIGHTING, 88.

Registry of Vessels, 765. Probate Courts, 88.

Removal of Causes, 765. Procedure, 88.

REPLEVIN, 766. Process, 89.

Reports, 766. Production of Documents, 89.

REPORTS (Law), 767. Prohibition, 89.

Representatives, 772. Property, 89.

RESCUE, 773. Public Advertising, 89.

Returns Office, 773. Y. Public Buildings, 89.

Revenue, 774. Public CONTRACTS, go.

REVENUE MARINE — REVENUE-CUTTER Public Debt, 137.

Service, 774. Public DOCUMENTS, 147.

Review, 783 Public Health, 187.

Revised Statutes, 783. Public LANDS, 188.

Rivers, HARBORS, AND CANALS, 783. Public Moneys, 537.

Robbery, 839. Public OFFICERS, 578.

Sailing Rules, 839. Public Parks, 615.

Sailors, 839. Public PRINTING, 633.

Salvage, 839. PUBLIC PROPERTY, BUILDINGS, AND Schools, 839. GROUNDS, 672.

Seal Fisheries, 839. Public Works, 717.

SEALs, 840. Pugilism, 717.

SEAMEN, 843. [iii]

Volume VI.

FEDERAL STATUTES,

ANNOTATED.

POSTMASTERS.

See POSTAL SERVICE, vol. 5, p. 780.
Postmaster-General, see PÓST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT.

POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT.

R. S. 388. Establishment of the Post-office Department, 3.

389. Assistant Postmasters-General, 3. Act of March 3, 1891, ch. 541, 3.

Sec. 1. Fourth Assistant Postmaster-General, 3.
R. S. 390. Assistant Attorney-General for Post-office Department, 3. .

391, 392. (Superseded), 3. Act of March 5, 1874, ch. 46, 4.

Oath of Office -- Before Whom Taken, 4.
R. S. 393. Clerks and Employees, 4.
Act of June 13, 1898, ch. 440, 5.

Sec. 1. Substitutes for Clerks Subpænaed as Witnesses, 5.
R. S. 394. Superintendent of Free Delivery, 5.
Act of June 23, 1874, ch. 450, 5.

Sec. 1. Superintendent of Free Delivery, 5.
Act of Feb. 24, 1899, ch. 187, 5.

Sec. 1. Per Diem of Assistant Superintendents of Free Delivery, 5. Act of April 16, 1890, ch. 85, 6.

Assistant General Superintendent and Chief Clerk Railway Mail Service, 6. R. S. 395. (Seal. See Seals), 6.

396. Duties of Postmaster-General, 6.
397. (Property in Charge of the Department. See PUBLIC PROPERTY, BUILD-

INGS, AND GROUNDS), 6.
Act of March 3, 1881, ch. 130, 6.

Sec. 1. Disposal of Accumulated Useless Papers, 6.
R. S. 398. Postal Arrangements with Foreign Countries, 7.

399. Publication of Postal Conventions, 7.
3804. Copies of Postal Conventions for Printing, 8,
6 F. S. A.-1

Volume VI.

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