caging
 n.— «The contribution checks went to a Viguerie “caging function” here for processing. Peck protested, charging that Dornan’s campaign was “run out of Falls Church.” Recognizing that “Peck’s got a point,” Steinberg said he had felt that the return envelopes should have been pre-addressed to a Post Office box in the district. He prevailed early this year, and the caging chore was moved to Santa Monica.» —“Outsider Money Inside a California District” by Morton Mintz Washington Post Feb. 7, 1981. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)