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[Duties.)
wheel carriage hanging or resting on steel or iron springs,
three dollars

ini. 327
On every other two-wheel carriage, two dollars 327
On every four-wheel carriage, having framed posts and

tops, and resting on wooden spars, two doilars 327
Excepting carriages usually employed in husbandry or
transportation of goods

328
Duties on Licenfes for selling by retail, Wines and foreign dif-

tilled spiriiuous Liquors.
For every license to retail wines, the yearly sum of five
dollars

iii. 77
For every license to retail foreign distilled spirits, the year-
· ly sum of five dollars

77
Duties on Letters transported in the Mail.
On every single letter conveyed by land not exceeding

thirty miles, fix cents-over thirty and not exceeding six-
ty miles, eight cents-over fixty and not exeeeding one
hundred miles, ten cents-over one hundred and not
exceeding one hundred and fifty miles, twelve and an
half cents-over one hundred and fifty and not exceed-
ing two hundred miles, fifteen cents--over two hundred
and not exceeding two hundred and fifty miles, seven-
teen cents-over two hundred and fifty and not exceed-
ing three hundred and fifty miles, i wenty cents--over
three hundred and fifty, and not exceeding four hun-
dred and fifty miles, twenty-two cents-over four hun-
dred and fifty miles, twenty-five cents

iii. 46
On every double letter, double said rates-on every triple

letter, triple said rates-on every packet weighing one
ounce avoirdupoise, at ihe race of four fingle letters ;
and in that proportion for any greater weight 47
All Letters poffing by Sea, to and from the United States, or

from one Port to another, in Packet-Bouts, or Vefsels, the
Property of, or provided by the Unied States, bcll be

charged as follows:
For every single letter, eight cents---for every double letter,

fixteen cents--for every triple letter, or packet, twent-

ty-four cents
For every letter or packet brought into the faid United

States, or carried from one port to another therein, by
lea, or any private fhip, or vessel, four cents, if deliver.
ed at the place where the same hall arrive ; if directed

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[Duties, Collection of.]
cargo shall not be landed in the United States, without'.

being first entered, except in case of necessity 198
Vefsels may proceed from district to district, and duty

shall be payable only in the district where the goods are
- landed

199
But the commanders shall obtain a copy of their reports

from the collector of the district, which, within twen.
ty-four hours after arrival in another district, they shall
produce, to the collector and also make report and entry
to him, with an account of the goods landed in another
district, (in Georgia forty-eight hours are allowed to
make 'entry) and they shall give bonds that the goods

shall be landed in the district to which they are destined.
: For every neglect, they shall forfeit five hundred dol-
·lars

.: 199. 200
Owners or consignees of goods, or their known factors,

or agents, shall, within fifteen days after report of the
master, make entry with the collector of the district,
specify the goods, and produce the original invoices
and bills of lading on oath

i. 201
Sea-stores, excepting the excess, are exempted from duty,
- and shall not be landed on penalty of forfeiting treble
their value

202
Articles exempted from duty, such as clothes, books,

household-furniture, tools, or implements of the trade,
or profession of persons arriving within the United
States, to be entered separately on oath, and such entry

to be transmitted to the Secretary of the Treasury 203
Articles of the growth, product and manufacture of the

United States, imported from foreign countries, are ex-
empted from duty ; but must be reported and entered
as other goods ; and on proof to the collector, he may
· grant permit to land them

204
Oaths cn the reports and entries of goods to be adminis-

tered by the collector or officer to whom they were made,
and, when there is a naval officer, in his presence. The

collector, with the naval officer, and by himself, when
. there is none, shall make a gross estimate of the duties,

which, being paid or secured, he shall grant a permir
to land the goods

206
No goods shall be unladen, but between the rising and

setting of the fun, without special license, nor at any
time without a permit from the collector, on forfeiture
of four hundred dollars for each offence, and disability

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