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RIVERS, HARBORS, AND CANALS RIVERS, HARBORS, AND CANALS
cont'd.

cont'd.
Canal Zone-cont'd.

Establishment of harbor lines-vont'd
Appointment of governor, 372.

Power of Congress, 840 note.
Army officer to have exclusive authority Power of state, 840 note.
in time of war, 380.

Extradition laws, etc., enforceable in Canal
Canal commission discontinued, 372.

Zone, 380.
Civil government, 375.

Hire of transportation by officers, 369.
Claim for damages for injury to vessela Isthmian Canal commission,
etc., using canal, 374.

Division of records authorized for preser-
Commission on fine arts, 373.

vation of papers, etc., 371.
Completion, etc., by governor, 372.

Funds from surface sales, etc., appropri-
Courts, 372.

ated for construction, 370.
Distribution of revenues, 370, 383.

Mississippi river commission.
District courts established, 376.

Power of Congress to create, 842 note.
Docks, storehouses, etc., for coal and Navigable rivers within public lands to be
other supplies established, 375.

public highways, 838 note.
Duties of court officers, 377.

Obstruction of navigation by anchored ves-
Expenditures from sale of bonds, 369.

sels prohibited.
Extradition laws, etc., enforceable, 380. Construction of statute, 841 note.
Formal opening, 373.

"Owner" defined, 841 note.
Fortifications, 369.

"Prevent or obstruct" defined, 841 note.
Injuries to canal, etc., unlawful, 378. Validity of state regulations, 841 note.
Interstate commerce regulations, 378. Obstruction of navigation by bridges, etc.,
Laws, 372.

839 note, 841 note.
Officials, 372.

Panama Canal Act, see supra, Canal Zone.
Operation, etc., by governor, 372.

Payment for printing, 369.
Orders, 372.

Report on advisability of improvements,
Ordinance, 372.

381.
Practice and procedure of courts, 377. Review of reports by board of engineers,
Punishment for injuries to canal, eta, 382.
378.

Temporary obstructions.
Radio communication installations, 375. Authorization of, 368.
Regulating right to remain open, 378.

Payment of expenses, 368.
Regulations, 372, 374.

Surveys, etc., 368.
Salaries of army or navy officials, 372.

Work by contract or otherwise, 368.
Sale of administration building in Pan- Toro Point light.
ama, 370.

No moneys to be used for, 371.
Sale of unserviceable equipment, etc., Use, etc., of government levees forbidden,
370.

etc.
Statement to Congress of receipts and Levee two miles from the water, 840
expenditures, 370, 383.

note.
Temporary continuance of supreme court, Uncompleted levee being constructed by
377.

private contractor, 840 note.
Territory included in, 371.
Title to lands, 372.

ROADS:
Tolls, etc., 373.

See TIMBER LANDS AND FOREST RESERVES.
Transfer of records, etc., of existing
courts, 377.

RURAL SERVICE:
Channel depths and dimensions defined, See POSTAL SERVICE.

383.
Classification of freight statistics, 368. SAFETY APPLIANCE ACT:
Combining contracts for river and harbor See RAILROADS.

works, 369.
Consolidated works.

SALVAGE:
Allotments relating to, 368.

Assistance by master, 384.
Construction of bridges, etc.

Common ownership of vessels as affecting
Authorization of Congress, 839 note.

remuneration, 384.
Navigable waters within state limits, 842 Salvors of life to share in property saved,
note.

384.
Power of state after approval of plans, Ships of war or government ships not sub-
839 note.

ject to salvage laws, 385.
Contributions from private parties in fur- Time limit for salvage suits, 384.

therance of projects, 382.
Dams.

SANITARY REGULATIONS:
Providing for development of water pow- See FOOD AND DRUGS.

er in, 369.
Engineer school.

SANITATION:
Appropriation for building for river and See FOOD AND DRUGS.

harbor instruction, 369.
Establishment of harbor lines.

SAVINGS BANKS:
Authority of Secretary of War, 840 note. Postal savings depositories, 322.

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SHERMAN LAW:

See MONOPOLIES AND TBUSTS.

SHIPPING:

See GAME ANIMALS AND BIRDS.

SEAMEN:
Allowance for reduction of provisions.

Release for wages, 842 note.
Captain of scow or barge as “master," 843

note.
Distribution of seamen's money and effects

by circuit court.
Exclusive right of applicant to adminis.

ter unnecessary, 842 no-e.
Purpose of statute, 842 note.
Lien for wages.
Wages accruing after arrest of vessel,

842 note.
Wages of captain, 842 note.
Schedule required.

Formal demand on master, 843 note.
Wages in case of improper discharge.

Coastwise voyage, 842 note.

SHIPPING AND NAVIGATION:
See also COLLISIONS; OFFICERS OF MER-

CHANT VESSELS; REVENUE-CUTTER SERV-

ICE; SALVAGE; STEAM VESSELS.
Canal boats not to be liable for wages.

“Canal boat" defined, 844 note.
Change of name of registered vessel.

Object of statute, 844 note.
Equipping vessels for pelagic sealing pro-

hibited, 15.
Forfeiture.

False swearing, 844 note.
Vessel, etc., engaged in pelagic sealing,

16.
Fraudulent registry.

Penalty for, 844 note.
Imports in foreign vessels, etc.

Discriminating duty on, 129.
Limitation of vessel owners' liability, see

LIMITATION OF VESSEL OWNERS' LIABIL-

SEA OTTER:

Preservation and protection of, see ALASKA.

SEARCHES AND SEIZURES:
See ALASKA; Customs DUTIES; INTERNAL

REVENUE.

ITY,

SECRETARY OF COMMERCE:

See COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF.

SECRETARY OF LABOR:

See LABOR.

SECRETARY OF TREASURY:
Ascertaining amount of imports receiving

export bounty and regulating same, 127.
Assistants and employees of mints and as-

say offices appointed by, 45.
Directing refunding of surplus moneys in

hands of collectors of customs, 124.
Duty on arrival of nursery stock at port

of entry, 6.
Prescribing rules for marking articles of

foreign manufacture or production, 127.
Regulating importation of neat cattle and

hides, 128.
Report of articles imported into United

States, 116.
Report of moneys refunded under revenue

laws, 124.

Maritime liens on vessels, for repairs, sup-

plies, etc.
Admissibility of proof as to whom credit

was furnished," 845 note.
agreed purchaser of ship as person in-

trusted with its management, 847 note.
Article not sold for particular boat, 846

note.
Early claims not covered, 845 note.
Effect of subsequent proceedings in bank-

ruptcy, 847 note.
Gasolene engine, 846 note.
Lessee of boat, 847 note.
Material furnished but not installed, 846

note.
New liability created, 845 note.
“Other necessaries” defined, 845 note.
Priority of lien over mortgages, 845 note.
Property leased to boat, 845 note.
Repairs to seine boat, 846 note.
State law superseded, 845, 847 note.
"Supplies" defined, 845 note.
Supplies furnished tug on captain's or-

ders, 847 note.
Towage not a necessary, 845 note.
Use of wharf while making repairs, 847

note.
Waiving lien by giving credit to owner,

847 note.
Pleasure yachts, see Yachts.

SECRETARY OF WAR:
Authority to establish Indian reservation,

611 note.

SEEDS:

See AGRICULTURE

STATISTICS-cont'd.
Census statistics as to tobacco and cotton,

see CENSUS.
Cotton reports, see AGRICULTURE
Tobacco statistics provided for, 36.

STATUTES:
Enjoining enforcement of state statutes,

720 note.
Revised Statutes embrace what, 251 note.

STATUTES OF LIMITATIONS:
See LIMITATION OF ACTIONS; LIMITATION

OF VESSEL OWNERS' LIABILITY.

SHIPPING AND NAVIGATION-cont'd.
Radio communication on ocean or Great

Lakes steamers.
Apparatus required, 387.
Auxiliary power supply, etc., 387.
Control of master, 387.
Operators on duty, 387.
Penalties, 387.

Steamers excepted, 388.
Radio communication on passenger steam-

ers.
Who are passengers, 848 note.
Recordation of conveyances, etc., of vessel.

Construction of statute, 844 note.
General creditors, 844 note.

Purpose of statute, 844 note.
Registration.
Artificial situs for purposes of taxation

not acquired by, 843 note.
Unrigged wooden vessels.
Notation of rebuilding on list of mer-

chant vessels, 387.
Vessels.

Barge or lighter as “vessel," 851 note.
Consolidation of enrolment and licenses,

388.
Discount on imports in American regis-

tered, 130.
Discriminating duty on imports in for-

eign, 129.
Duty or tax on supplies to foreign trade,

130.
Restricting imports to American, 129.
Sunken vessel as “vessel," 851 note.

STEAM VESSELS:
See also COLLISIONS; SHIPPING AND Navi-

GATION.
Dangerous articles prohibited on passenger

steamer, 392.
Inspection of boilers.

Necessity, 852 note.
Inspection of tug boats, freight boats, etc.
Vessel propelled in whole or in part by

steam, 852 note.
Libel against, for carrying more passengers

than law allows, 852 note.
Officering and manning of vessels.
Increasing number of licensed officers,

393.
License to officers and crew, 392, 393.
Limitation of watch duty of dock offi-

cers, 393.
Master, 393.
Mates, 393.
Motor boats, 393.
Record of minimum deck officers, 393.
Vessels over one thousand tons, 393.
Vessels under one thousand tons, 393.
Whaling vessels, 393.

Yachts, 393.
Passenger steamers.
Dangerous articles not so be carried on,

392.
"Sea-going barge” defined, 852 note.
State statute relating to, 852 note.
Steamboat inspection service for port of

Los Angeles, California, 394.
Supervising inspector.

Examination of acts, 391.

Reports of, 391.
Travel expenses of inspectors and other em-

ployees, 394.
Vessels navigating coastwise and on great

lakes.
History of statute relating to, 852 note.

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STOCKS AND STOCKHOLDERS:
See FEDERAL RESERVE ACT; NATIONAL

BANKS.

STREET RAILROADS:

See RAILROADS.

STAMPING:
Articles of foreign manufacture or produc-

tion stamped, 127.

SUGAR:

See CUSTOMS DUTIES.

STATES:

See ARIZONA; New MEXICO; OKLAHOMA.

STATISTICS:

Bureau of labor statistics, see LABOR.

SUNDAYS:
Delivery of special delivery mail on Sun-

days, 313.

Postoffice closed on Sunday, 313.

SUPREME COURT:

TERRITORIES-cont'd.
Appeals and writs of error, 718-719 note. Laws to be submitted to Congress, 854
Certifying question to, by Circuit Court of note.
Appeals, 719 note.

Legislature when empowered to grant spe-
Certiorari to Circuit Court of Appeals, 718 cial privileges, 854 note.
note.

Limit of indebtedness of municipal corpo-
Criminal cases, 707 note.

ration, 854 note.
Direct appeals, 231, 689 note.

Local or special law, 854 note.
Enjoining order of interstate commerce
commission, 698 note.

TIMBERLANDS AND FOREST RE-
Enjoining proceedings in state courts, 898 SERVES:
note.

See also GAME ANIMALS AND BIRDS; PUB-
Judgments and decrees of territorial courts, LIC LANDS; PUBLIC PARKS.
694 note.

Acquisition of lands for protection of water
Only final decisions reviewable, 689 note.

sheds of navigable stream.
Power to issue writs, 698 note.

Defining rights of way, easements and
Remanding interstate commerce cases, 232.

reservation, 399.
Reversal on error limited, 706 note.

Rules and regulations, 399.
Reviewability of judgments or decrees of Agricultural lands within forest reserves.
state courts.

Expenses of surveying, etc., 397..
Federal question presented, 695 note.

Free timber to settlers, 397.
Final judgments or decrees, 694 note.

Sales of timber for domestic use, 397.
General authority to review, 694 note, Work by forest service employees, 397.
718 note.

Calaveras Big Tree National Forest.
Questions of fact, 696 note.

Appropriation for expenses, 397.
Who may issue writs of error, 214.

Conveyance of lands, 396.

Exchanging lands, 396.
SURGEON GENERAL:

National forest land added, 396.
See HEALTH AND QUARANTINE.

Forest service, injury to employees, see

LABOR.
TARIFF ACT:

National forest.
See CUSTOMS DUTIES.

Construction of roads and trails, 399.

Leaves of absence to employees in Alaska,
TARSNEY ACT:

398.
Repeal of, 354.

Reimbursement for losses in fire fighting,

etc., 398.
TAXATION:

Right of way for forest reserves for irri-
See INTERNAL REVENUE; NATIONAL BANKS;

gation project.
TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONES.

Approval required, 856 note.

Timber and Stone Act.
TELEGRAPH:

Alienation of entryman's interest, 855
See Radio COMMUNICATION.

note.

Bona fide purchaser, 855 note.
TELEGRAPHS AND TELEPHONES:

Construction of statute, 855 note.
“Post roads" defined, 854 note.

Mandamus against Secretary of Interior,
Power of Congress to regulate, 853 note.

855 note.
Right of state to compensation for use of Right of first applicant, 855 note.
highway, 854 note.

Rights of settlers, 856 note.
Right to take private property, 855 note. Zuni national forest.
State control, 853 note.

Exchange of national forest timber for
Taxation, 855 note.

privately owned lands in, 398.
Use of city streets, 854 note.

TOBACCO:
TELEPHONES:

See CENSUS; CUSTOMS DUTIES.
See EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS.

TOWAGE:
TERMS:

See COLLISIONS; SHIPPING AND NAVIGATION.
See DISTRICT COURTS; JUDICIAL DISTRICT.

TOXINS:

See HEALTH AND QUARANTINE.
TERRITORIAL COURTS:
See also SUPREME COURT.

TRADE AGREEMENTS:
“Courts of the United States" do not in.

Negotiation of authorized, 125.
clude, 700 note.
Jurisdiction, 854 note.

TRADEMARKS:
Plenary power of Congress, 854 note.

Infringement.

Allixing trademark to goods, 857 note.
TERRITORIES:

Common law trademark, 857 note.
See also ALASKA; INDIANS.

Damages, 859 note.
Election or appointment of officers, 854 Defenses, 859 note.
note.

Injunctions, 859.
Hours of service on public contracts, 236. Judgment, 859 note.

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UNITED STATES COURTS:
See CIRCUIT COURTS OF APPEALS; COM-

MERCE COURT; DISTRICT COUBTS.
UNITED STATES MARSHALS:

Deputy marshals for Tennessee, 221.
Location of marshal's office in particular

districts.
Mississippi, 216, 219.
New Jersey, 223.
Tennessee, 221.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT:
See also COINAGE, Mints, AND ASSAY OF-

FICES; CUSTOMS DUTIES; REVENUE CUT-

TER SERVICE; SECRETARY OF TREASUBY.
Administrative examination of public ac

counts, 403.
ditor of railroad acounts.

Oflicer abolished, 405.
Comptroller.

Conclusiveness of finding as, 868 note.
Enforcing laws relating to detail of em-

ployees, 404, 405.
Ofices of assistant treasurers.

Detail of offices from, 405.
Postal saving system accounts.

Advances, 404.
Employees authorized to audit, 404.

Estimates to be submitted, 404.
Supervising architect.
Estimates submitted for office services,

403.
Treasurer of United States.

Employees in office of, 405.

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VIRUSES:

See HEALTH AND QUABANTINE.

TREES:

WAGE EARNER:
See AGRICULTURE; TIMBER LANDS AND FOR- See BANKRUPTCY.
EST RESERVES.

WAR:
TRIAL:

Limitation of export of war material, 156.
See also JURY.
Impounding books and papers for use in,

WAR DEPARTMENT AND MILITARY ES.
698 note.

TABLISHMENT:
Issues of fact.

See ARTICLES OF WAB; MILITARY ACAD-
Mode of trial in district court, 671 note.

EMY; RIVERS, HARBORS, AND CANALS.
Right to jury trial, 687 note.

Acting commissaries.
Laws of the states as rules of decision.

Additional pay, 411.
Construction of state constitutions and

Age limit.
statutes, 699 note.

Retirement of army paymasters' clerk,
Decisions of state courts, 699 note.

412.
State constitutions, 699 note.

American Red Cross, see CHARITIES.
State statutes, 699 note.

Annual statement of sales not required, 413.

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