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SPECIAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS
Abandoned merchandise. (See Merchandise.)
Abandoned vessels, merchandise recovered from..
Abortion, articles for, prohibited..
Accrued rights and liabilities, effect of repeal or modification upon.
Enforcement of, detail of employees for.
Invalid provisions not to affect remainder of.
Time of taking effect of..
Actions, limitation of.
(See also Appeal; Protest; Suits.)
Additional duties. (See Duties.)
Administration of oaths by customs officers.
Advertising matter, reciprocal agreements relating to..
Agents, entry by-
Air commerce act, application of.
Airplanes, entry of, in bond.
Airships, entry of, in bond
Alcohol, drawback on..
Allowance for --
Abandonment within 30 days.
Of warehoused goods, within 3 years.
Decay or damage.
Excessive impurities and moisture-
Loss or damage of goods in customs custody.
Tare and draft..
Amendment of value in entry
American articles exported and returned.
American producers, protest or appeal by
American selling price, of domestic articles
American trade-mark, merchandise bearing -
(See also Value.)
Material for repair or construction of (act of 1913).
Merchandise imported in, discount in duty (act of 1913).
Law of 1921
Not repealed by act of 1930.
Antique furniture, to be entered at designated ports.
By American producers.
For reappraisement and re-reappraisement.
To Customs Court..
To Court of Customs and Patent Appeals.
Application of air commerce act.
Application of customs reorganization act.
Appeal by Ainerican producers.
Collector to have made.
Immediate transportation goods.
Immunity of customs officers for decisions upon
Detail of, to another port.
Review of decision of.
(See also Appraisement; Reappraisement.)
Article, definition of.
Articles. (See Merchandise.)
Assay and sampling of ores.-
Attorney, district. (See Searches and seizures.)
Award of compensation. (See Compensation.)
Imported in bond for exportation..
Used by American Expeditionary Forces (act of 1922).
Declaration and entry of.
From contiguous countries, inspection of.
Search of, regulations for
Transportation of, through United States to foreign countries.
(See also Personal effects.)
Balloons, imported in bond for exportation.
Basis of dutiable value.
Bicycles, imported in bond for exportation.
Bill of lading:
As evidence of ownership-
Bond to produce..
Entry on duplicate bill.
Production of, on entry
Birds, importation of, in violation of foreign law
Board of General Appraisers. (See Customs Court.)
Compensation and subsistence of, between ports.
On vessels and vehicles.
Production of manifest to..
Penalty for falsity or neglect.
(See also Vessels.)
Deposit in lieu of..
General authority of Secretary to require..
Upon entry of suspected unfair importation..
Exportation of imported articles.
Manufacturing in warehouse.
Payment of opium penalty.
Production of bill of lading--
Production of certified invoice.
Production of declaration of consignee..
Production of documents in case of incomplete entry
Release of seized property.
Sunday, holiday, or night unlading-
Abandonment of goods in.
Allowance for damage or loss of goods in.
Cartage of goods entered for
Concealment, etc., of goods in.
Customs officers, supervising --
Destruction of merchandise in, in lieu of exportation.
Entry for warehousing-
Of manufactures and by-products.
Fraudulent treatment of goods in.
Goods deemed abandoned after three years.
Liens upon goods in..-
Manipulation of merchandise in.
Scouring or carbonizing of wool..
Period goods may remain in.
Regulations governing operation of..
Secretary of Treasury to designate...
Supplies from, for certain vessels.
Time limitation for storage in.
Unlawful entry of..
Withdrawal of goods from..
(See also Public stores.)
Books and periodicals, in parts, etc., declaration for.
Books, obscene, prohibited..
Bounty by foreign country, additional duty in case of..
Bribery, penalty for...-
484 (c) (2)
484 (b) (3)
559, 563 (b)
For other port or ports.
For contiguous countries.
Not unladen, disposition of after 25 days.
Permit to depart with, for another port.
Penalty for failure to produce..
To be produced to collector
Residue, for foreign port...
Unlading elsewhere than at port of entry.
Unloading because of stress of weather, etc..
(See also Merchandise and Vessels.)
Improper delivery by-
Of immediate transportation goods..
Seizure of vessels or vehicles of.
Cars for clearing obstructions, etc.-
Cartage of merchandise.
Casualty, allowance for loss in case of..
Cattle, importation prohibited in certain cases.
Certified invoice. (See Invoice.)
Certified manifest. (See Manifest.)
Cigars, manufacture of, in warehouses.
Claims, compromise of..
Appeal by American producers on question of.
Change of, by President..
Immunity of customs officers for decisions upon.
(See also Duties.)
Clearance, return of documents at..
Coaches for clearing obstructions, etc..
Coast Guard. (See Customs officers.)
Coffee imported into Porto Rico, duty on.
Appeal for reappraisement by.
Decisions, review of..
Examination of importers by.
Immunity from suit.
Interest in cargo prohibited.
Not to be interested in vessels or cargo.
Not to wn or lease bonded warehouse
Sharing in award of compensation prohibited.
To give notice of appraisement.
(See also Duties.)
Commingling of goods..
Award of, for detection of property subject to seizure.
Of inspectors between ports.
Of customs officers in warehouse.
Of judges of Customs Court.
Compromise of claims.
Comptroller of customs:
Naval officer as.
As owner of merchandise.
Declaration to be made by.
Entry to be made by.
Liability for additional duties.
(See also Merchandise.)
Construction, rule of...
Containers, as part of value.
For compressed gas, imported in bond for exportation.
Forfeiture of goods from..
Importations from, subject to general requirements.
Imports in sealed cars from...
Improper delivery of merchandise from.
Inspection of merchandise and baggage from.
Repairs to vessels from...
Report of arrival of vessel or vehicle from.
Failure to report, penalty for.
Sealed vessels and vehicles.
Supplies, etc., from..
Conversion of currency.
Convict-made goods, importation prohibited.
Cost of production:
In determining value.
Country of origin, marking to indicate.
Court of Customs and Patent Appeals:
Review of decisions of...
Tenure and retirement of judges of..
(See also Appeal.)
As part of value.
Unusual, subject to additional duties..
Cuba, reciprocity treaty with, not affected.
Note on provisions of.
Currency, conversion of.
Custody. (See Merchandise; Seized property.)
Customhouse brokers, licensing of..
Appeal for reappraisement to..
Appointment, powers, etc...
Examination of importers and others by.
Finality of decision.
Frivolous protests to.
Publication of decisions.
Record and publication of decisions.
Review of collectors decisions by
Traveling, etc., expenses.
Customs custody, loss of goods during..
Attachés to be known as Treasury attachés.
Authority to adıninister oaths.
Certification of manifest by.
Deputy commissioner of customs, appointment of.
Detail to District of Columbia by Secretary of Treasury.
In bonded warehouses.
Not liable under carrier's liens
Not to accept bribes.
Not to accept gratuities.
Not to own or lease bonded warehouses.
Not to own vessel or act as agent for, etc.
Not to share in awards
To board suspected vessels.
To enforce revenue laws..
(See also Inspectors; Searches and seizures; Seized property.)
Customs reorganization act, application of..
Damage, allowance for.
Date of taking effect of act.
(See also Effective date.)
Day, definition of..
Decay or shortage, allowance for
Appeal from (see Appeals).
Customs officers, immunity for.
Judges of Customs Court.
Protest against collectors'
Reversal of, by another Secretary of Treasury.
Secretary of Treasury, binding upon customs officers.
By executor or assignee.
Contents and form.
Owner's, for regular importation..
Owner's for merchandise in baggage, etc.
Separate forms for.
Comptroller of custoins.
Costs of production.
332 (e) (1)
336 (h) (4),
336 (h) (1)
336 (h) (1)
336 (n) (3),
332 (e) (2)
336 (h) (2),
Delivery withheld until goods marked.
Departure before report or entry-
Deposit of duty receipts..
Depositions, authority of Tariff Commission to take testimony by-
Destruction of merchandise. (See Merchandise.)
Detail of -
Customs officers to other ports.
Field force to District of Columbia.
Detectors and seizors. (See Compensation.)
Discrimination by foreign country, additional duties in case of.
Distilled spirits, prohibition of manufacture in warehouse.
District attorney. (See Searches and seizures.)
American vessels, deposit of.
Copies of official, admitted in evidence
Foreign vessels, deposit of..
Inspection of importers'.
Return of, upon clearance.
Unlawful return of...
(See also Entry; Invoice, etc.)
Domestic article, definition of.
Domestic value, conversion of rates to, by Tariff Commission.
Draft and tare, allowance for...
Fraudulent claim for, penalty-
Of additional duties, not allowed.
Goods in bonded warehouse..
Not allowed after delivery of goods.
Supplies for certain vessels.
To be separately itemized on invoice
Dumping, so-called, law relating to.
Not repealed by act of 1930-
(See also Value.)
Consignee not liable for, when.
Drawback not allowed on..
For bounty or grant by foreign country
For discrimination by foreign country
For failure to mark
For unusual coverings
Goods imported in foreign vessels