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SMUGGLING continued.
Molesting and resisting Officers

405, 409

430 Penalties for Persons found on board Vessels liable to forfeiture -£100..

407, 423 Unshipping Spirits and Tobacco-£100.

407 ... Procuring Persons to assemble--£100.

428 Seafaring Men, how to be dealt with..

416, 428 Spirits.—Quantity allowed for Vessels coming from places

between Brest and Cape Finisterre, the Helder, 399

and other places ....

Found floating may not be picked up but by Officers. 413 Seizures may be restored—or how to be disposed of

411,426]

481 Signals, making them—Penalty £100...

409, 424 Flags resembling those of the Navy not to be used..

401 Rewards for Seizures

411,507 Felonies—what offences deemed to be ......

410 Claims for Seizures—and notice of intended Claim to be given 418, 419 within one month from the seizure.

1 430 Onus probandi to lay on the Claimer .

421 Condemnation--what deemed to be..

430 Bribes ....

. 430, 434 Treasury Order, Proof of.

424 Carts, &c.--Officers may stop them

429 Tea and Silk Manufactures.—Persons carrying them may be stopped

428

414, 425 Jurisdiction and Legal Proceedings

427, 429

430 Married Women may be committed to prison..

430*

CHAPTER IV.

MANAGEMENT OF THE CUSTOMS.

Board of Customs.—How constituted—and Orders signed by } 431, 435

two or more Cominissioners deemed valid . Officers of Customs.-Who deemed to be, and how appointed .. 432, 435 May seize Goods, Ships, Vessels, and Boats

434 Also Letters

338, 342

347 Collectors clearing Vessels until Post-office Regulations are complied with-Penalty £200..

sula-} 338, 343 Not to be compelled to serve Parochial Offices....... 435

PAGB

stituted , ......

MANAGEMENT continued.
Officers of Customs.-Not to take Fees—Exceptions - {

s 432, 433

438 Bribes; offering them to Officers Penalty £500 ....

434 ... Oaths of Office

432, 436 ... In certain cases abolished, and Declaration sub

436, 437 Exception for those relating to the Excise.. 437 ... Surveyor General, &c. may examine Persons on Oath ......

} 434 Hours of Attendance for Business..

433 Holidays ......

433, 440 Debentures for Drawback and Bounty Goods--who to pay 433 ... Stamps on ditto......

439 Bonds-Stamps on-And Penalty on Agents including in the

same Bond Goods belonging to more Persons 440

than one ..... Ireland.- Jurisdiction for Offences against Customs' Laws ... 435 ... Appeal......

434 Oriers of the Treasury-What deemed to be

434 Forgery_Punishment of .

433

CHAPTER V.

GENERAL REGULATION OF THE CUSTOMS.

INWARDS.
Goods not to be landed or Bulk broken before Report of the 441, 404

Ship and Entry of the Goods, on pain of forfeiture. S
Exceptions.....

442 ... Reported “ Contents Unknown"

443 ... Found concealed, forfeited......

4.15 ... May be landed by Officers, if not entered in a given time. 416 ... Undervalued.......

447 ... Times and Places for landing.

456 ... Certain Goods may be stamped to denote payment of

495 Duty ... ... Forging Stamps—Penalty £200....

495 MANIFEST.-All British Ships--and Foreign Ships with To

bacco-to have a Manifest, on pain of forfeiting) 442, 4 13

£100...

... How to be authenticated ; and other Regulations .. 442 REPORT.-Master to make a due Report within 24 hours of

443 certain particulars, on pain of forfeiting £100....) And to deliver his Manifest, Bills of Lading, &c.

&c.}

443 under Penalty of £100,

GENERAL REGULATION continued.
Report.-Tobacco Ships where to be moored ....

445

Other Regulations.....

445

Master to deliver List of his Crew..

446, 482
Entry, Bill of.-Particulars therein ....

446

... Not valid unless ag eing with the Manifest and)

other Documents—and Goods taken up by 447, 489

virtue of an imperfect Entry or Warrant, for-

feited-Demand deemed delivery ·
Boll or Sight ..

5448, 497*
{

498*
When to be perfected; or how Goods to be dis} 449, 484

posed of......

... For East India Goods....

448,449

Damage, allowance for, in the Duties...

:{
1 450, 610

613
Exceptions

497*

Returned Goods.--How to be dealt with, and what Goods} 450, 451

may not be returned for home use......

BILL OF Srore may not be issued for Goods } 451, 494

after six years

SURPLUS Srores ....

451

CERTIFICATES of Growth, &c. to accompany certain Goods .... 452, 454

GUERNSEY, &c.—Goods of, not to pay duty, &c......... 452

The produce of Colonial Fisheries may be imported

imported}

from...

453

Blubber, Train Oil, &c.—Regulations on Importation.. 454

IMPORTATION DIRECT; what deemed to be .....

454

Salvage.—Goods to be sold duty free to defray the same 455

Derelict Goods, &c....

1486, 497*

1046

Excise Goods not to be removed without Permits ....

456

Exception.

457

A LIST OF GOODS absolutely PROHIBITED to be IMPORTED 457

Subject to certain Restrictions on Im-]

Ix-} 438,757

PORTATION

Imported contrary thereto, forfeited 459

A TABLE OF GOODS which may not be WarbuoUSED , 459

Which may not be IMPORTED for Home

Use; and to be deemed imported

for the first time

OUTWARDS.

Entry of the Ship.-Regulations for......

460

... If Goods be taken on board before Entry,

461

the Master to forfeit £100....

CLEARANCE of Ditto.-In what manner to be done, under 460,464

Penalty of £100...

465

... For Ships in Ballast, the Victualling Bill to be the

clearance. .

465

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GENERAL REGULATION continued.

VICTUALLING Bul.-Stores to be borne on the Victualling} 460,603

File of Cockets to be delivered to the Master .. 465

... Officers may board Ships after clearance.

466

Goods, ENTRY OF.-Particulars require:1. ......

461, 462

... If Shipped or Waterborne before due Entry of the Ship
and Goods, forfeited...

460,461

... Unauthorized Persons making Declarations—Penalty 461

£100.

1 498*

... Free Goods.

463

... Passengers' Baggage may be entered by the Master, &c.. 466

... Foreign Masters, &c. may take Goods free of duty to

certain amounts

to]

Undervalued

462

... CLEARANCE.—What deemed a due Clearance..... 462, 463

... Goods not agreeing with the endorsement on

464

the Cocket, forfeited...

... Searchers may open Packages

464

... Goods for Excise Drawback..

464

... Press-PACKED, Regulations ...

468

Tives and PLACES for SHIPPING

471

DEPENTURES Goods.-Regulations for

466, 467

468

... Unshipped, forfeited.

407, 469

WAREHOUSED Goods........ ditto

469

DRAWeacks not allowed, unless Goods be shipped within three

468

years--nor after two years from the Shipment

Debentures, Issuing and Passing

468

Cards and Dice.-Regulations respecting the Export-Re-
landed-Forfeiture and Penalty

489
Coals.-Export Bond for Coals to the Isle of Man and British

462
Possessions..
... Other Regulations....

463

Wine for the Navy.—Quantities allowed and Regulations 469

Tobacco for the Navy............Ditto......

470

A TABLE of PROHIBITIONS and Restrictions OUTWARDS 471

Shipping or Exporting Goods contrary hereto-

Peualty, double the value; and if Exported or

473

Waterborne, forfeited...

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