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Indian Department, (continued.)
fulfilling treaty stipulations with the
.215, 216, 217, 219, 221, 222
Indian service in Arizona Territory..219, 222
in Colorado Territory.. 219
in Dakota Territory.
in Idaho Territory.
Upper Pend d'Oreilles.
Indian Department, (continued.)
in New Mexico.
in Utah Territory.
in Washington Territory. 220
removal of scattering bands of Chippewas
in Minnesota, to reservation,
White Earth lake..
districts to be selected for permanent
home for certain, by commissioners...
members of tribes only to enter there-
not to interfere with travel on high-
ways nor with certain railroad
claimants for property lost in the suppres-
sion of, in Oregon and Washington, to
be paid judgments in their favor....
in California, appropriation for expense
appropriations for the...... ... 100, 291
appropriations for survey of the Osage.. 118
in Utah Territory
the Omaha and Winnebago..
appropriations for feeding destitute friendly 176
accounts for, to be investigated......
commission to investigate...
goods, groceries, &c. not to be delivered to
the Sisseton, &c. Sioux, unless in pay-
ment for labor or for produce delivered 510
to be improved in civilization, &c. ...... 510
act to establish peace with certain hostile 17
the President to appoint a commission .. 17
commission to consist of whom.....
powers and duties of...
transportation and subsistence of.
permanent home for certain, to be selected
services of mounted volunteers may be
accepted to suppress hostilities with...
pay, subsistence, &c. of....
appropriation for expenses under this act
appropriations for fulfilling treaty stipu-
time for finding, in courts of the United
States, in the late rebel States, for cer-
tain crimes, extended for two years
but not for treason or other political
Internal Revenue, (continued.)
nor for distilling on premises less
than six hundred feet distant from
premises used for rectifying, or
from distillery, where, &c. ...... 129
distillation and rectification not to be car-
ried on within six hundred feet....... 129
persons carrying on both may discontinue
either, and have part of tax refunded.. 129
penalty upon assessors and collectors
for violation hereof.... .129, 130
stills, boilers, &c. not to be used for distil-
ling in certain places...
penalty for so using, or aiding in the
proviso as to manufacture of saleratus
and grinding of meal and flour... 130
certain daily tax on authorized distillers,
to be assessed and collected monthly.. 130
rate of tax.
manufacturers of stills, &c. for distilling,
to notify assessor before still is re-
fermenting tubs, when to be emptied and
how long to remain empty..
accounts in duplicate from books to be
rendered to assistant assessor trimonth-
ly, and on what days.....
penalty upon assessor for violating cer-
tain provisions as to distilleries.
distillers, rectifiers, and compounders of
liquors to have conspicuous signs of,
outside of place of business....
signs to have what on them.
no fence above five feet high.
keys to gates and doors.....
distillery to be always accessible..
penalty for violating foregoing provisions 132
for putting up sign without payment
of special tax...
for working in a distillery in which
there is no sign.....
form of books and nature of entries 132,
distilled spirits may be withdrawn from
warehouse on payment of tax....
entry for withdrawal to be in dupli-
cate, and specify what...
daily account and of what..
penalty upon distiller and persons
employed in distillery for using
material, or removing spirits in
absence of storekeeper...
distillers, when deemed to have com-
menced producing distilled spirits..... 134
desiring to suspend work, to give no-
assistant assessor to fasten doors of
locks, seals, and keys, by whom to be
report to be made to assessor and
transmitted to commissioner...... 134
distiller not to carry on business in that
place again, until after notice to assist-
ant assessor, who shall remove fasten-
ings, &c. and report to assessor....134, 135
penalties upon, for carrying on busi-
ness after time stated in notice as
distilled spirits to be drawn from cisterns
into casks, &c. and gauged, &c...
capacity of casks....
to be removed to distillery ware-
engraved stamp on head of cask.
form of stamp..
serial numbers of casks.
to begin with number one...
spirits to be entered for deposit tri-month-
ly, and on what days....
entry to be in triplicate..
how disposed of..
form of, and to specify what.... 135
to be verified by oath...
bond of distiller, &c. for payment of
penalty for refusal, &c..
revenue officers, &c. may break up ground
on premises of distillers, &c. to search
for pipes, &c....
finding pipe, they may break up house,
books of tax-paid stamps to be charged to
collector at the full value of tax, &c... 138
book to be returned, with marginal stubs,
when all the stamps are used....
collectors to make returns monthly.. 138
additional commission of one half of
one per cent to be divided between
assessor and collector.
other stamps at twenty-five cents each... 138
gaugers to report daily to collector and
assessor the number of stamps used... 138
amount to be collected from persons
penalty upon revenue officers for affixing
or cancelling or issuing stamps for
spirits, except as allowed by law...... 138
distillers desiring to reduce producing
capacity of distillery, to give notice. 138,
assessor to place covers upon tubs, &c... 139
penalty for breaking, &c. any lock, &c. or
opening tub, &c.
water to be drawn off from worm tub and
worm cleansed, when required..... 139
penalty for refusal or neglect..
revenue officers may at any time enter
distilleries, &c. and make inspections,
and take account....
after demand and refusal, they may
break into distilleries...
penalty for obstructing or hindering
distillers, rectifiers, &c. on demand, to
furnish ladders, lights, &c. and open
no material to be mashed, nor beer, &c.
made, nor still used between 11 o'clock
P. M. Saturday, and the next Monday. 140
distilled spirits found not in distillery,
&c. not legally removed, to be forfeited 140
in cases of seizure of, in other places,
burden of proof to be on claimants,
for gaining access to contents of cis-
terns in absence of proper officer.. 141
for using any substance to produce
spirits before an account of them is
revenue officers may detain and hold pack-
ages, &c. containing spirits, if, &c..... 141
detention not to continue longer than
forty-eight hours, &c. without pro-
cess of law...
distilleries, &c. seized, not to be released
before judgment, except, &c.......... 142
in case of release, bond to be given.. 142
after judgment of forfeiture, stills,
&c. to be destroyed, and materials
to be sold....
persons drawing off spirits from casks
stamped, &c. to efface stamps, &c..... 142
empty casks, with stamps not effaced,
to be seized..
penalty for carrying empty casks with
stamps not effaced..
for not effacing stamps, &c. at time
of emptying cask...
for removing stamps from casks
without then effacing them...... 142
for having in possession such stamps,
or any cancelled stamps.
upon distillers, rectifiers, liquor deal-
ers, manufacturers of stills, &c.
for carrying on business, without
having paid the special tax...142, 143
upon distillers for doing business
without giving bond, or with in-
tent to defraud..
forfeiture of distilled spirits,
wines, and all stills, &c...... 143
of all interest in the land on
which distillery is situated... 143
of all personal property in, &c.. 143
rectifiers, wholesale liquor dealers, and
compounders of liquors, to keep books,
and enter therein all spirits received,
&c. on the day they are received...... 143
to make like entry of spirits sent out 143
books to be kept in public place on the
premises for inspection...
when filled up, to be preserved two
years, and produced on demand.. 143