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form of, report of commissioner on, § 545, p. 606, 607.

exceptions to commissioner's report, §546, p. 608.
order of confirmation of commissioner's report, § 546, p. 599.
REGISTER,

admiralty, § 333.
REGISTRY,

money paid into court to be deposited in, § 560.
how drawn out of, § 560.
proceeds in, how proceeded against, § 561, 562.

of sales, to be paid in, Ad. Rule 41, p. 389, D. C. Rule 59, p. 441.
money paid into, whore deposited and how drawn, Ad. Rule 42, p. 389.
person having an interest in proceeds in, may intervene. Ad. Rule 43,
p. 389.
REHEARING, §451, 540, 548.

may be granted after decree by default, Ad. Rule 40, p. 389.
REM,

suit in, § 359, 362.

and in personam, § 361.

all the world parties to, § 364, 365, 434.

process in, D. C. Rule 9, p. 430, how served, § 434, 438.

if property in, be removed, court may retake it, § 439.

is in hands of a third person, he maybe compelled to
deliver it, § 440, 441.
form of proceedings in, from commencement to final decree, p. 497
to 529.
REMNANTS AND SURPLUS,

what are, and how proceeded against, § 305, 592.
form of petition for, p. 620.

order to pay over, p. 631, 621.
REPLICATION,

no longer allowed, § 367, 481, Ad. Rule 51, p. 391.
REPORT,

of commissioner on reference, § 544, 545.

when and how filed, D. C. Rule 51, p. 439.
exceptions to, § 546.

when and how filed, D. C. Rules 52, 53, p. 439.
confirmation of, § 546.



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KEFOKT— continued,

form of, of commissioneT, on reference to compute damages, § 545, p. 606.

to take the testimony as to the
amount of damages, p. 607.
on special order of reference, reporting the testi-
mony, p. 607.
RESPONDENT, § 863.
RESPONDENTIA, § 2^
RESTITUTION,
suits for, § 311.
form of libel for, p. 571.
RETURN,

of process, § 417, 421, 437, 443, 440.
forms of. Vide Mabshal— Pbocess.
REVENUE LAWS,

suits for violations of, § 301, 302, 303.
RHODIAN LAWS, § 179.
RIGGERS,

may sue in the admiralty, § 266.
RIVERS,

lakes, and seas, § 28, 224 to 255.
navigable, within the admiralty jurisdiction, § 287.
RULES,

all the courts may make, § 328, 509.

of circuit court, and of supreme court of New York, when to govern, D. C.

Rule 97, p. 448.
effect of arranging under different heads of practice, D. C. Rule 98, p. 448.
admiralty, of the supreme court, § 11, 353, 356, 357, 396. Vide Admibaltt

Rules.
of the supreme court. Vide Supreme Court.
of the circuit court of appeals. Vide Circuit Court op AppsAiiS.
of the district court, eastern district Vide District Court Rules.
northern district. Vide Northern District.
southern district Vide District Court Rules.
in prize cases. Vide Prize.
RUSSIA,

laws of, § 187.

SAILMAKERS,

may sue in the admiralty, § 266.
SALE,

of cargo, § 296.

of vessels, § 299.

of perishable property, § 444 to 448, Ad. Rule 10, p. 388; ;D. C. Rule 84
p. 446.

of property, how made. Ad. Rule 41, p. 389.

proceeds of, to be paid into the registry, Ad. Rule 41, p. 389.

publication of notice of, D. C. Rule 35, p. 436.

account of, to be filed, D. C. Rule 59, p. 441.

form of proceedings for, of perishable property, p. 489 to 492.



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730 * INDEX.

SALVAGE,

cases of within the admiralty juiisdiction, § 111, 300, 300 e.

nature of, § 300.

who may claim, § 300 a.

for what services a claim of, may be made, § 300 6.

highly favored, § 300 c.

compensation for service, a legal right, § 300 d.

amount of compeusatiuu, § 300 e.

parties, in cases of, § 381, 394 a, Ad. Rule 19, p. 371, D. C. Rule 4, p. 428.

when not required to give stipulation for costs, D. C.
Rule 7, p. 429.

in suits for, certain property to be brought into court. Ad. Rule 38, p. 388.

form of proceedings in a suit in rem for, p. 481 to 503.
libel for, p. 481, 564, 565, 566.
SARDINIA,

laws of, § 187.
SATISFACTION,

of judgments, D. C. Rules 63, 65, p. 441, 442.
SCOTLAND, § 46, 114 to 117, 307.

admiralty jurisdiction of, § 114 to 117.
SEA,

lakes— rivers, § 224 to 257.

meaning of ])hrases, high sea — high seas— open sea, § 224.

means large navigable waters, § 225.

tide does not enter into idea of, § 226 to 230.

no visible tides in the great European inland seas, § 226, 227.

irregular rise and fall of water in inland seas, § 227.

maritime law first established on inland seas, lakes, and rivers, § 227.

periodical inundations in inland seas, § 230.

rivers are strictly part of, § 231.

all waters really part of, § 232.

navigability, not currents, tide or salt, the test of jurisdiction, § 232 to 243.
SEAFARING LIFE,

character, rights, privileges and liabilities of, peculiar, § 2.
SEAMEN,

first want of a ship, § 277.

service of, highly favored, § 277.

jurisdiction over, settled for ages, § 277.

denied in England in certain cases, § 277.

foreign, court has jurisdiction over, § 282.

in suits for wages, may join as co-libellants, § 384, D. C. Rule 4, p. 426.

when not required to give stipulation for costs, D. C. Rule 7, p. 429.

wages of. Vide Wages.
Vide Mabineb.
SECURITY,

by stipulation, § 369, 413, 489 to 502.

may be by bond or recognizance, § 489.
Vide Stipulation.
SEIZURES, § 301 to 303.

are civil cases of admiralty jurisdiction, § 302.



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SEIZXTKES— continued.

on lakes and rivers, § 224, 220, 308.

place of, gives jurisdictiou, § 303.

libel in cases of, § 388.

notice of, § 435.

decree on default in cases of, absolute, § 454.

form of libel on, p. 572, 574, 576.
SET-OFF, § 465.
SHIP CHANDLERS,

may sue in the admiralty, § 266.

form of libel by, p. 522.
SHIPS AND VESSELS, § 215 to 224, 264.

ship is a general term, equivalent to vessel, § 215, 218.

definition of, § 215.

consists of what, § 222.

no matter how propelled, § 216, 217.

nor what water she sails in, § 224.

first idea of, how suggested, § 216.

size of, § 216, 217, 220.

in infancy of commerce, small, § 217, 220.

of agricultural commerce, § 217, 221.

registry and enrolment acts extend to vessels of five tons, § 220.

a ship is always the same ship, though repairs have entirely changed her,
§223.

not the same ship, if taken to pieces and rebuilt, § 223.

made to plough the seas, not to lie by the walls, § 277.

doubted whether canal boats are in a proper sense ships and vessels, § 221.

they should be so considered, § 221.

of a nation, part of its territory, § 2.

ship^s company, § 264.

owners of, generally tenants in common, sometimes partners, p. 153, note.

when delivered to claimant, § 447, Ad. Rule 11, p. 383.

when may be sold, Ad. Rule 11, p. 383. •

act limiting liability of owners of, § 554 to 584.

forms of proceedings under, p. 637 to 671.
SHORT ALLOWANCE,

form of libel for, p. 531.
SICILIES,

laws of, § 187.
SLAVE TRADE,

form of libel against a vessel for being engaged in, p. 572, 576.
SPOLIATION, § 310.
STATE COURTS OF ADMIRALTY, § 19, 45, 166 to 171.

jurisdiction of, different, in different states, § 166, 171.

Pennsylvania, § 167.

New Jersey, § 168.

Maryland, § 169.

Virginia, § 170.

constitution did not intend to perpetuate that diversity, § 171.

that diversity made tlie grant to the nation more necessary, § 171.



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732 INDEX.

STATE JAILS, § S44.
STATES,

independent, § 24, 166.

foreign to eacli other, § 24, 166.

grants of judicial power by, § 28.

governments of, § 24.

constitutions of, § 24.

admiralty Jurisdiction cannot be conferred on the courts of the, § 318.
STATUTES,

of the states, establishing courts of admiralty, § 166 to 171.

British, 13 Rich. 2, chap. 5, § 66 to 69.
16 Rich. 2, chap. 3, § 70 to 72.
2 Hen. IV., chap. 11, § 78.
do not bind the colonies, unless named, § 118.
re-enacted in some of the states, § 166.

fee bill, p. 474.

concerning depositions de bene esse, p. 479.
STAY OF PROCEEDINGS,

on appeal from decree of district court, D. C. Rule 62, p. 441.

commissions when not allowed to operate as, D. C. Rule 48, p. 488.
STEVEDORES, § 268, 285.

may sue in the admiralty, § 285.
STEAMBOATS, § 240, 241.
STIPULATION, § 369, 489 to 602.

where and by whom taken, § 889, Ad. Rules 6, 85, p. 882, 888, D. C. Rule 22,
p. 488.

for costs, when necessary, § 418, 460, Ad. Rule 69, p. 394.

for costs and expenses, to be filed when claim is put in, Ad. Rule 26, p. 886.

on arrest, § 428, 496.

in seizure cases, § 445, 446.

may be by bond or recognizance, § 428, 446, 489.

deposit of money in lieu of, § 491.

different kinds of, § 49a to 602.

by the libellant, for costs and expenses, § 414, 494.

by the claimant, for costs and expenses, § 496.

for costs, expenses, and damages, § 495.

when court may require of the defendant, for costs and expenses, § 460, Ad.
Rule 26, p. 886.

for the action, § 496 to 602.

for value, § 498.

juratory, § 602.

in limited liability proceedings, § 676, Ad. Rule 64, p. 898.

on appeal, § 692, 596, 597, 699, 604, C. C. A. Ad. Rule 2, p. 428.

when summary execution issued upon. Ad. Rules 3, 4, p. 881, 882.

when new sureties required on. Ad. Rule 6, p. 882.

conditions of, D. C. Rule 21, p. 438.

amount of, D. C. Rule 17, p. 432.

on arrest, how discharged, D. C. Rule 24, p. 434.

for costs, when required and when not, D. C. Rule 7, p. 429.

motions for greater or more secure, D. C. Rule 28, p. 484.



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STIPULATION— continued.

enforcement of, on default, D. C. Rule 57, p. 440.

on arrest of defendant, how discharged, D. C. Rule 24, p. 434.

by whom to be executed, D. C. Rule 21, p. 433.

in possessory suits, D. C. Rule 18, p. 432.

default for not putting in, D. C. Rule 92, p. 413.

decree upon, D. C. Rule 57, p. 440.

by new party in collision case, Ad. Rule 59, p. 394.

on informations, D. C. Rule 81, p. 445.

by garnishee, D. C. Rule 12, p. 430.

approval of judge to sufficiency of sureties to, how obtained, D. C. Rule 22,

p. 433.
form of, by libellant, for costs in rem, p. 482, 586.

in personam, § 414, p. 229.
for costs and expenses, p. 586.
by defendant, for costs and expenses, p. 587.
by claimant, for costs and expenses, p. 487, 588.
by intervenor, for costs, expenses, and damages, p. 588.
by defendant, to appear and pay the decree — to be given on arrest

or on appearance to dissolve an attachment, § 423, p. 589.
by claimant, to abide by, and pay the decree, p. 590.
for appraised or agreed value, p. 590.
to the marshal, on arrest of the person, p. 591.
justification of bail on, p. 591.
under the act of 1847, p. 591.
justification of sureties, p. 592.
certificate of approval of sureties, p. 592.

for safe return of a vessel, on application of a part owner, p. 592.
STORAGE,

of sails, etc., on shore, § 283.
STRIFE,

between the English common-law courts and the admiralty, § 74 to 111,
SUBJECT-MATTER,

jurisdiction limited to, § 16, 256.
various, § 16, 256.
SUBPCENA, §524.

form of, p. 493, 494.
SUITS,

two classes of — in rem and in personam, § 359, 360, 361.
difference between the two classes of, § 359, 362.

in rem, property in possession of a third person, how obtained in. Ad.
Rule 8, p. 382.
process in, what, and how executed, Ad. Rule 9, p. 383.

notice of return of, and hearing, how given, Ad. Rule
9, p. 383.
certain property in, to be brought into court. Ad. Rule 88, p. 388.
in personam, mesne process in. Ad. Rule 2, p. 381.
bail, how taken in. Ad. Rule 3, p. 381.
arrest and bail in, Ad. Rule 47, p. 390.
how joined or consolidated, D. C. Rules 4, 5, p. 528, 529.
in forma pauperis, D. C. Rule 8, p. 429.



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734 INDEX.

SUMMARY PROCEEDINGS, §508, D. C. Rules 67, 68, p. 442.
SUMMONS FOR WAGES, §508 to 509, D. C. Rule 68, p. 442. "
SUPERSEDEAS BONDS,

to be taken in circuit court of appeals, in what amount, 0. C. A. AcL Rule
2, p. 423.
SUPPLEMENTAL PLEADINGS, § 483 to 488.

how connected with original pleading, D. C. Rule 3, p. 428.
form of, p. 597.
SUPREME COURT,

may issue writs of prohibition, §324, 637.

all writs and malce all rules that may ti^ necessary, § 328, 509.
appellate admiralty jurisdiction of, § 608.
appeal to, allowed in what cases, § 608.
may be taken when, § 609.
practice on, § 611.
rtOesQf—

adjournment, to be announced ten days before time fixed for, S.

0. Rule 27, p. 408.
admiralty, interest may be allowed in, if specially ordered, S. C.

Rule 23, p. 405.
appeal, original papers may be received on, S. O. Rule 8, p. 398.
cross, how argued, S. C. Rule 22, p. 405.
in cases involving jurisdiction of court below, S. C. Rule

32, p. 409.
under Act of March 3, 1891, S. C. Rule 36, p. 410.
appearance, of counsel, S. C. Rule 9, p. 399.

none by plaintiff, S. C. Rule 16, p. 403.
none by defendant, S. C. Rule 17, p. 403.
none by either party, S. C. Rule 18, p. 403.
argument, printed, case may be submitted on when, S. C. Rule 20, p. 403.
twenty-five copies of, must be first filed, S. C. Rule 20,

p. 403.
when filed, case stands on same footing as if there

were appearance by counsel, S. C. Rule 20, p. 403.
none received, unless filed before oral argument begins,

S. C. Rule 20, p. 403.
effect of omission to file, when no counsel appears for
one party, S. C. Rule 21, p. 404.
order of, S. C. Rule 22, p. 4(».
not heard on Satui*day, unless specially ordered, S. C. Rule 6,

p. 397.
no case taken up for, within three days before day of adjourn-
ment, S. C. Rule 27, p. 408.
assignment of errors, S. C. Rule 21, p. 404.

under act of March 3, 1891, S. C. Rule 35, p. 410.
of motions, S. C. Ri^le 6, p. 397.
attachment for costs, S. 0. Rule 10, p. 399.
attorneys and counsellors, how admitted, S. C. Rule 2, p. 396.

clerk, not to practise as, S. 0. Rule 1, p. 396.
bail, when and how granted, S. C. Rule 30, p. 410.



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INDEX. 735

SUPREME COURT— continued.

bill of exceptions, to contain what, S. C. Rule 4, p. 396.

briefs, printed, to be filed or counsel not heard, S. C. Rule 21, p. 404.

party omitting to file, cannot be heard, S. C. Rule 21, p. 404.

when to be filed, S. C. Rule 21, p. 404.

effect of omission to file, when no counsel appears for one

party, S. C. Rule 21, p. 404.
no case received on, within three days before day of ad-
journment, S. C. Rule 27, p. 408.
cases, involving same question, heard together, S. C. Rule 26, p. 407.
passed, how restored, S« C. Rule 26,- p. 407.
dismissal of in vacation, S. C. Rule 28, p. 408.
certiorari for diminution of record, motion for, how and when to be made,

S. C. Rule 14, p. 401.
circuit courts, supersedeas bonds to be taken in, in what amount, S. C.

Rule 29, p. 408.
circuit court of appeals, cases certified from, S. C. Rule 37, p. 411.
clerk, not to issue mandate or other process without order of the couii:,

5. C. Rule 28, p. 408. ^
clerk's fees, table of, S. C. Rule 24, p. 405.

attachment for, S. C. Rule 10, p. 399.
commission, further proof to be taken by, S. C. Rule 12, p. 401.
conference room, regulations concerning, S. C. Rule 7, p. 398.
costs, security for, S. C. Rule 10, p. 399.

attachment for, S. C. Rule 10, p. 399.

when to be for appellant or plaintiff in error and when for appellee

or defendant in error, S. C. Rule 24, p. 405.
not allowed for, or against the U. S., S. C. Rule 24, p. 405.
when allowed, amount of, and bill of items to be inserted in man-
date, S. C. Rule 24, p. 405.
how taxed, S. C. Rule 24, p. 405.
counsel, admission of, 8. C. Rule 2, p. 396.
appearance of, S. C. Rule 9, p. 399.
no appearance of, S. C. Rule 18, p. 403.

two only to argue for each party and not to speak more than two
hours, S. C. Rule 22, p. 405.
cross appeals, how argued, S. C. Rule 22, p. 405.
custody of prisoners on habeas corpus, S. C. Rule 34, p. 409.
death of a party, regulations concerning, S. C. Rule 15, p. 402.
dismissing cases in vacation, by consent, S. C. Rule 28, p. 406.
dismiss, no motion to, heard, except on notice to adverse party, S. O. Rule

6, p. 397.

docketing cases, regulations concerning, S. C. Rule 9, p. 399.
docket, call of, to commence on second day of term, S. C. Rule 26, p. 407.
cases not ready when called, to go to foot of, S. C. Rule 26, p. 407.
ten causes on, to be called each day, S. C. Rule 26, p. 407.
no cause taken out of order on, unless cause shown, S. C. Rule 26,

p. 407.
causes put at foot of, if not again reached, continued to next term,
S. C. Rule 26, p. 407.



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SUPREME COVRT— continued.

docket, certain cases may be adyanced on, S. C. Role 20, p. 407.

certain cases on, may be heard together, S. C. Role 26, p. 407.
errors, assignment of, S. C. Rules 21, 35, p. 404, 410.
evidence, new, how taken, S. C. Rule 12, p. 401.

in the record, objections to, S. C. Rule 13, p. 401.
exceptions, bill of, to contain what, S. C. Rule 4, p. 396.
exhibits of material, S. C. Rule 33, p. 409.
further proof, to be taken by commission, S. C. Rule 12, p. 401.
habeas corpus^ custody of prisoners on, S. C. Rule 34, p. 409.
interest, how calculated and rate of, S. C. Rule 23, p. 4(^.

may be allowed in admiralty, if specially ordered, S. G. Rule 23,
p. 405.
law library, regulations concerning, S. C. Rule 7, p. 398.
mandate or other process, in cases of dismissal clerk to issue, S. C. Rule 24,
p. 405.
not to issue without order of court, S. C. Rule
28, p. 408.
motions, to be reduced to ]irriting and to contain what, S. C. Rule 6, p. 397.
to have preference on Monday, S. C. Rule 6, p. 397.
for certiorari for diminution of record, how and when to be made,

S. C. Rule 14, p. 401.
to dismiss, none heard, unless on notice to adverse party, S. C.

Rule 6, p. 397.
notice of, S. C. Rule 6, p. 397.
time allowed for argument of, S. C. Rule 6, p. 397.
i4> « submission of, S. C. Rule 6, p. 397.

to advance, S. C. Rule 26, p. 397.
opinions of the court, to be recorded, delivered to the reporter and filed,
S. C. Rule 25, p. 397.
of court below to be annexed to record, S. C. Rule 8, p. 398.
* original papers not to be taken from court room or clerk's oflSce, S. C.
Rule, 1, p. 396.
from court below, S. C. Rule 8, p. 398.
parties, death of, S. C. Rule 15, p. 402.

practice of the court, practice of the King's Bench and Chancery in Eng-
land furnish outlines for, S. C. Rule 3, p. 396.
process, in whose name and how served, S. C. Rule 5, p. 397.

in cases of dismissal clerk to issue, S. C. Rule 24, p. 405.
not to Issue without order of court, S. C. Rule 28, p. 408.
records, not to be taken from office or court room, without order of court,
S. C. Rule 1, p. 396.
complete, to be filed, or cause not heard, S. C. Rule 8, p. 398.
to be printed— regulations concerning, S. C. Rule 10, p. 399.
when translation to be inserted in, S. C. Rule 11, p. 401.
no objection to admissibility of anytliing in, to be allowed unless

taken in court below, S. C. Rule 13, p. 401.
certiorari for diminution of record, motion for, how and when to

be made, S. C. Rule 14, p. 401.
in cases under act of March 3, 1891, S. C. Rule 37, p. 411.
same, how printed, S. C. Rule i\o, p. 410.



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SUPREME COURT— continued,
rehearing, S. C. Rule 30, p. 409.
return to writ of error, S. C. Rule 8, p. 898.
return-day, S. C. Rule 8, p. 398.
subpoena, service of, S. C. Rule 5, p. 397.
auperaedeas bonds, to be taken in circuit courts in what amount, S. C.

Rule 29, p. 408.
translations, when to be inserted in record, S. C. Rule 11, p. 401.
writ of error, return to, by whom made and to contain what, S. C. Rule 8,
p. 398.
in cases involv\ng jurisdiction of cii*cuit courts, S. C. Rule 32,

p. 409.
under act of March 3, 1891, S. C. Rule 36, p. 410.
when returnable, S. C. Rule 8, p. 398, and 9, p. 399.
SURETIES, .

must justify on exception, § 491, 492, 625.

sufficiency of, to be decided by officer taking the stipulation, D. C. Rule 22,

p. 433.
notice of justification by, D. C. Rule 22, p. 433.
decree against, D. C. Rule 57, p. 440.
motions for better, D. C. Rule 23, p. 434.
number of, D. C. Rule 21, p. 433.
may reside in eastern district. D. C. Rule 21, p. 438.
form of justification by, § 414.
companies as, § 498.
SURPLUS,

what is, and how obtained, § 592.
Vide REMNAirrs and Surplus.
SURRENDER,

bail on stipulation have no right to surrender their principal, § 496.
SURVEY AND SALE,

of vessels, § 299.
SWEDEN,

laws of, § 187.

TAXATION OF COSTS.

Vide Costs and Fees.
TENDER, § 562.

generally, D. C. Rules 36, 37, 38, p. 436.

must be deposited in court, D. C. Rule 36, p. 436.

must include costs, D. C. Rule 36, p. 436.

refusal of, exposes party to lose his costs, § 552.

notice of, allowance of decree, D. C. Rules 36, 37, p. 436.

claimant may allow damages to be assessed, D. C. Rule 37, p. 436.

libellant may withdraw money deposited as tender, D. C. Rule 38, p. 436.
TERRITORIES,

coui'ts of, admiralty jurisdiction, § 315 a.
TIDE, S 48, 50, 56, 57, 59, 64, 68, 71, 226 to 230.

not decisive of jurisdiction In the general maritime law, § 228, 238.

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TIDS— continued.

as a criterion of jurisdictioii, peculiar to England, § 228, 229, 253, 254.
congress has made navigability, not tide, the test of jorisdlctaon, $ 229, 254.
TORTS,

at sea, § 308.

maritime, what are, § 311.

^rsonal, suit for, must be in personam only, § 309.
die with the person, § 309.

suits for. nominal damages for, not entertained in admiralty, § 309.
TRANSLATIONS,

when to be inserted in record in supreme court, S. C. Rule 11, p. 401.

in circuit court of appeals, C. C. A. Rule 15|
p. 415.
TRIAL BY JURY. Vide Juby.
TRIPLICATION, § 482.
TWELFTH ADMIRALTY RULE,
alteration of, criticised, { 272, 313.

UNDERWRITERS,

may claim, { 463.

form of claim by, p. 485, 509.
UNITED STATES,

a new and original government, § 29, 30.

not an ofifshoot from Great Britain, § 31.

has no prisons, § 344.

prisoners committed under authority of, placed in state jails, § 344.

leng^ of lake coast of, p. 133.
UNITED STATES COMMISSIONERS. Vide Commissioners.
UNITED STATES COURTS. Vide CouRTS—ADMiRALTy Coubts.

VALENCIA,^

laws of, § 187.
VALUE. Vide Appbaiskment— Stipulation.
VENDITIONI EXPONAS,

writ of, adr>pted as final process, D. C. Rule 10, p. 430.

form of, § 588, p. 491.
VENICE AND AUSTRIA,

laws of, § 187.
VERIFICATION,

of pleadings, D. C. Rule 1, p. 426.

by whom to be made, D. 0. Rule 1, p. 426.

of claim. Ad. Rule 26, p. 386.

form of, by an attorney in fact, p. 538.

by libellant's proctor, p. 549, 588.
VESSELS,

foreign, lien on, for materials, etc., § 272, 273.

domestic, lien on, for materials, etc., § 272, 278.

canal boats, § 221, 507.
Vide Ships and Vessels.



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WAGES,

jurisdiction over, firmly established, § 111, 277.

who entitled to, as a mariner, § 278.

national vessels cannot be proceeded against for, § 279.

when seaman is discharged or the vessel sold in a foreign country, § 280.

jurisdiction over, denied in England in certain cases, § 281.

costs in suits for, § 499, 500, D. C. Rule 68, p. 442.

summary proceedings in cases of, § 503 to 508, D. C. Kules 67, 68, p. 442.

when seamen entitled to, § 504.

summons for, how issued, § 505.

certificate of cause for process, § 505.

co-libellante in cases of, § 382, 506, D. C. Rule 4, p. 426.

canal boats, not subject to be libelled for, § 507.

parties in cases of, § 382, 390, 506, Ad. Rule 13, p. 384.

stipulation for costs not required in suits for, D. C. Rule 7, p. 429.

form of proceedings on summons for, p. 527 to 529.
libel for, p. 629, 530, 531, 533, 535, 536, 548.
WARRANT OF ARREST. Vide Akbest— Pbocess— Cbimes.
WATERMEN,

may sue in the admiralty, § 284.
WESTCAPELLE,

laws of, § 182.
WHALING CONTRACTS,

' within the admiralty jurisdiction, § 277, 281.

form of libel on, p. 548.
WHARFAGE,

suits for, within the admiralty jurisdiction, § 283.

form of libel for, p. 523, 555.
WISBUY,

laws of, § 183.
WITNESSES,

how compelled to appear, § 524.

competency of, § 517a, 535.

objections to, must be made at the headng, § 517a.

commissions to take test^ony of, D. C. Rules 47 to 49, p. 438.

depositions of, how filed and opened, D. C. Rule 50, p. 439.

objections to, when deemed waived, D. C. Rule 50, p. 439.

fees of, p. 477.

in summary proceedings, D. C. Rule 68, p. 442.
Vide Evidence.
WRECKS,

claimed by the admiral, § 68.
WRITS,

of fieri facias and venditioni exponas adopted as final process, D. C. Rule 10,



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