INDEX. 1085 Post-o_#fce Department, (continued.) Post-office Department, (continued.) assistant treasurer to open an ac- enclosed in stamped envelopes may be _ count of . 299 sent otherwise than by mail 312 duplicates of lost checks to be issued by prepaid and free to be forwarded from disbursing officer 300 one post-office to another without exmisusing money-order funds, &c., to be tra charge .. 308 embezzlement . 299 certain containing fractional currency, to evidence in respect thereof . . . 299 be registered without fee . 307 penalty for unlawful acts in regard to, 298, return of undelivered, to dead letter of- 299 dce and to writers ... 308 payment of, to persons engaged in gift- penalty for unlawfully detaining in postenterprises may be forbidden . 322, 323 office, &c . 301, 302 registration of mail matter, uniform detained for violation of law, how dissystem of, may be established . . . 300 posed of ... 323 registering mail matter and fees there- dead letters, provisions concerning . 308 for 300 with valuables to be registered in deadcertain official letters to be registered letter office .. 308 free of charge . 300 foreign 308 receipts for registered letters 300 domestic, not prepaid, except, &c., to be to be evidence 300 sent to dead-letter office . 308 no liability for loss of registered mail newspapers und periodicals, matter ... 300 quarterly postage on, to regular subcertain letters containing fractional cur- scribers . .. . . . . 303 re'ncy to be registered without fee, &c., 307 to be paid before delivery . . . . 303 registered letters directed to persons en- certain, to be free ... . 307 gaged in gift enterprises to be marked small, in packages to one address. . . 303 " fraudulent " and returned to senders, 323 regular dealers in, may receive and send mailable matter divided imo three by mail at quarterly rates . 303 classes . . . 300 form of andavit by publishers of . . . 303 first, letters, and includes what, 300, 303 foreign 304 second, regular printed matter, and wrappers of . . . ... 301 includes what . 300, 303 not to be carried in the mail unless, &c. . 301 third, miscellaneous matters, and in- notice that newspaper, &c., is not taken cludcs what .. 300, 304 from office to be sent to publisher . . 301 certain articles excluded from the address of subscribers may be written, mails . . . . . S00·302, 322 &c., on, and bills enclosed. . . . . 301 matter of third class, except, &c., not to no extra postage for card on wrapper . 301 exceed twelve ounces in weight . . 801 mail carriers may carry packages of, out samples of metals, ores, &c. . 301 oi' mail for, &c . 301 packages of over four pounds in weight, route agents may receive packages of, except books, &c., printed by Con- &c. 301 gress, not to go by mail . 301 penalty for unlawfully detaining . 301, 302 wrappers of, not paying letter postage . 301 mailnble matter of third class, may be removed at office of delivery, 301 postage on 1 . 304 penalty for enclosing letter in, not books, sample of metals, merchandise, charged with letter postage or writing ores, &c. ... 304 thereon . . . 301 packages of clothing to non—commis— postage on, to be prepaid by stamps . . 302 sioned officers or privates in the army, not to be forwarded if one full rate has postage on, if prepaid .. 804 not been paid . . . . . . . . . 302 postage, upon the different classes of not prepaid, reaching its destination, to mail matter 303, 304 pay double rates . . . . 303 to be prepaid by stamps at time of mailnot to be delivered until postage is paid, 304 ing . 302 wholly or partly in writing to pay letter if one full rate is not paid, matter not to postage ... 303 be forwarded . 302 letters, postage upon .. 303 until paid, mail matter not to be doto be prepaid by stamps .. 307 livered . _. . 303 unpaid letters to soldiers, &c. 303 unpaid letters may be sent tosoldlers, drop or local .. 303 &c. , 303 foreign postage on 304 obscene books, envelopes, postal by vessels not regularlyemployed, to pay cards, &c., not to be carried by mail . 802 double . . . 304 penalty for depositing, &e, . . . 302 postage on, by postal treaties, &c. . . . 304 circulars forillegal lotter1es,_g1tt concerts, envelopes for .. 304 &c., not to be sent by mail . . 302, 323 enclosed in free letters, addressed to foreign postage on letters and persons not entitled, &c., to be re- newspapers .. 304 turned . . . 307 postage stumps and stamped enlist of non-delivered, to be posted or velopcs . ._ .. . . 804 published .. 807 improvements in, may be adopted . . 805 addressed to persons foreign born, envelopes not to have any printing on, to be published in what news· except, &c. . . _ 804 paper .. 307 may be sold at a discount to agents . . 805 if prepaid, and not called for, to be re- not to be sold for any larger sum than, turnedtowriter. .. . . . . .307l &c. ... .805
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