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For Rates of Duties on all articles imported, and for Articles
admitted Free of Duty, see Alphabetical Schedule pages 329 to 569.

PAGE.

COLLECTORS-Continued.
to classify merchandise (see Classification)..

185
may release forfeited goods in certain cases.

118
delivery to, of baggage in transit..

13, 207
not to permit entry by pretended consignees.

161
may appeal to reappraisement....

181
may appeal to Court from decision of Board of General Appraisers, 193
to act as appraiser at certain ports .

55
to hold goods pending lien for freight...

67
COMBINATIONs in restraint of trade, prohibited...

305-307
COMMERCE with CONTIGUOUS COUNTRIES....

92-104
rovisions as to importations, manifests, entry, clearance and
inspection.....

92, 93
remission of fines, penalties, forfeitures, relating to importations.. 118
inspection of baggage and effects....

93, 94
sealed cars crossing frontiers...

95
sealed cars destined to immediate transportation points.

95
penalty for cars not proceeding to destination..

95
sales of merchandise to arrive....

96
penalty for opening sealed cars, packages, etc.

96
search of buildings on boundary line...

96, 97
report of vessel, manifests..

97, 100
foreign vessels prohibited from coasting trade..

97
sea stores of vessels.

98
equipment and repairs to vessels in foreign territory dutiable... 99
report must be made of repairs...

99
when repairs not dutiable...

99
entry of goods laden or delivered at intermediate points.

100
departure to and from places where no custom house.

101, 102
report and unlading of cargo..

101
hours for delivery of goods from port to port.

101
landing permit for vessels from foreign port..

101
steam tugs, when required to report. ...

102
penalties for violating coasting reguations..

102, 103
registered vessels may touch at foreign port en route.

103
importation by way of Lake Champlain...

103
entry of foreign vessels from North American Provinces

103
exportation to British Provinces with drawback ...

78, 89
importation of goods exported with drawback.

89
transportation in bond (see that title).
entry of goods in bond for transit to British Provinces, and vice

30
free zone of Mexico...

309
COMMERCIAL TERMS (see Classification).
COMMISSION.....

201
COLON CARRIERS, for immediate transportation of goods...

143
COMMON LAW, statutes in derogation of, how construed...

135
COMPENSATION TO INFORMERS (see Smuggling).
COMPONENT MATERIAL OF CHIEF V'ALI'E (see Classification).
COMPROMISE.
of claims..

107
by officers of L. S., of fines, penalties, forfeitures is felony..

127

versa...

For Rates of Duties on all articles imported, and for Articles
admitted Free of Duty, see Alphabetical Schedule pages 329 to 569.

PAGE

CONSIGNEES (see also Entry. Bills of Lading).

for entry, by bill of lading (see Entry).
salvors of wrecked goods as

91
underwriters as...

91
real and pretended

161
pretended, cannot make entry.

8, 161
CONSULS.
to report false practices of shippers......

29
to require proof of correctness of invoice.

29
to be notified by appraiser of undervaluations..

173
declarations of shippers before, who may make..

164
certificates-
of landing of drawback goods...

86
of cost of manufacture..

176
to invoices (see also Invoice)..

161-166
not required for transit goods

75, 165
not required for goods between ports of U. S, via foreign
territory

165
not required for specie shipped as exchange.

165
not required for amounts under $100, when.

28, 164, 165
not required for baggage and effects accompanying pas-
senger.....

164, 165
may embrace more than one invoice

164
may embrace all articles shipped by same person.

27
substitution for, at ports where no consul....

25, 164
where to be issued...

164
restrictions on issue of..

29
of depreciation of currencies..

165
where destination changed after issue of.

27, 28
fees for ..

27
may be refused until shipmeut is verified

164
may be refused after shipment is made, exceptions

164
Convict Labor, articles produced by, prohibited from importation... 302
COPYRIGHTS
under charge of Librarian of Congress

110
articles entitled to

110, 148, 221
method of procuring

111, 221
granted for twenty-eight years with extension.

111
assignments of.

111, 121
record of, and fees for.

113, 121
may be marked on certain manufactured articles

118
restrictions on importations of ...

111
notice of, to collectors and postmasters

113
hling of subsequent editions of copyrighted articles

114
infringement of

115, 116
actions for infringement of...

116, 121
injunctions for infringement of

116
restrictions on words, engravings, cut, print..

121
international provisions..

222
CORPORATIONS.
entry by......

161
power of attorney by.

135, 136
as sureties..

136, 166, 225

For Rates of Duties on all articles imported, and for Articles
admitted Free of Duty, see Alphabetical Schedule pages 329 to 569.

PAGE.

69, 80

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COURT.
Supreme, Circuit Court of Appeals may certify cases to..

218, 219
Supreme Court, appeals to..

133
Circuit, of Appeals, appellate jurisdiction of.

193–197, 218, 219
Circuit, appellate jurisdiction of...

193-197
Circuit, jurisdiction of in Anti-Trust cases.

306
of Claims, remedy in, where drawback denied

78
COVERINGS (see Market l'alue)......

198-200
CURRENCY, values of, in invoices, how computed..

45, 162, 302
CUSTODY of merchandise by Government....
Custom House (see also Officers of U. S.).
lease of buildings for....

56
brokers' licenses (see also Brokers).

302
bonds (see Bonds).
powers of attorney (see Powers of Attorneys).
officers, when exempt from personal liability.

206
cannot act as agents for importers..

170
cannot release forfeitures,...

127
to report violation of customs laws..

126
cannot accept informer's fees, exceptions..,

125
cannot compromise fines, penalties or forfeitures.

127
should not question values, etc., in entry....

173
inspectors and clerks designated to administer oaths.

214
CustoMS ADMINISTRATIVE ACT......

160-209
CUSTOMS DUTIES (see Schedule of Duties)..

329-569
Custovs Fees, certain, abolished..

203
CUSTOMS LAWS.
Digest of Revised Statutes relating to Customs.
Appraisal..

43-56
Bond and warehouse system...

57-76
Coinage, weights and measures.

108
Commerce and navigation.....

109, 110
Commerce with contiguous countries.

92-104
Copyrights...

110-117
Debts due by or to the United States...

107
Drawback.

78-90
Enforcement of duty laws and punishment for violations. 91
Entry of merchandise..

1-30
Internal Revenue relating to customs.

104-107
Payment.....
Remissions of fines, penalties and forfeitures.

117-119
Repeal provisions

119, 120
l'nlading.....

31-12
Digest of Acts relating to Customs, subsequent to Revised Statutes.

To provide for cleaning rice for exportation. (Act Mar. 24, 1874.) 120
To amend the law relating to Copyrights.. (Act June 18, 1874.) 121
Torepeal moieties and amend customs laws. (Act June 22, 1874.) 122
To provide for free entry of goods sunk two
Tears..

(Act June 22, 1874.) 130
To construe the Act of June 22, 1874, repeal-
ing moieties..

(Act Jan. 22, 1875.) 131
To amend customs and internal revenue
laws, etc....

(Act Feb. 8, 1875.) 131

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For Rates of Duties on all articles imported, and for Articles
admitted Free of Duty, see Alphabetical Schedule pages 329 to 569.

PAGE.

Customs LAWS-Continued.

To restrict the refunding of customs duties,
etc,..

(Act Mar. 3, 1875.) 132
To provide for the entry of “Packed-Pack-
ages''.

(Act May 1, 1876.) 134
To provide for the execution of custom

house bonds by partnerships, ..... (Act June 20, 1876.) 135
To carry into effect the Hawaiian Treaty... (Act Aug. 15, 1876.) 137
Toamend the internal revenue laws relating
to customs.

(Act Mar. I, 1879.) 138
To provide for importation of books, etc.,
by mail.....

(Act Mar. 3, 1879.) 139
To provide for immediate transportation
without appraisement.

(Act June ro, 1880.) 141
To amend the law relating to seizures and
forfeiture of vessels....

(Act Feb. 8, 1881.) 148
To amend the laws relating to Copyrights.. (Act Aug. 1, 1882.) 148
To permit grain from Canada to be ground
in mills in the United States...

(Act Jan. 9, 1883.) 149
To prevent the importation of adulterated
and spurious teas....

(Act Mar. 2, 1883.) 149
To reduce internal revenue taxation, etc.-

“Tariff Act" of 1883 (section 4). . (Act Mar. 3, 1883.) 152
To encourage American shipping, etc.-
“Shipping Act”.

(Act June 26, 1884.) 152
To amend Section 5 of the law relating to
immediate transportation...:

(Act July 2, 1884.) 155
To encourage American shipping, etc. -
"Shipping Act”

(Act June 19, 1886.) 155
To regulate importations, etc. of oleomar-
garine...

(Act Aug. 2, 1886.) 158
To amend Section 5 of the law relating to
immediate transportation..

(Act Feb. 23. 1887.) 159
To amend the law relating to immediate
transportation....

(Act Feb. 23, 1887.) 159
To simplify the laws in relation to the collec-

tion of the revenue-“Customs Admin-
istrative Act”

(Act June 10, 1890.) 160
To provide for inspection of food, drug,
drink, etc...

(Act Aug. 30, 1890.) 209
To authorize administration of oaths by des-

ignated clerks and inspectors.. (Act Sep. 30, 1890.) 214
To reduce the revenue, etc.—“Tariff Act"
of 1890......

(Act Oct. 1, 1890.) 214
To establishing Circuit Court of Appeals... (Act Mar. 3, 1891.) 218
To prevent impairment of Hawaiian Treaty
by effect of Act Oct. 1, 1890.

(Act Mar. 3, 1891.) 219
To provide for the inspection of cattle, etc.
for exportation....

(Act Mar. 3. 1891.) 220
To amend the laws relating to Copyrights. (Act Mar. 3, 1891.) 221
To regulate the transportation and treat-

ment of cattle for export, etc.... (Act Mar. 3, 1891.) 222
To amending the Revised Statutes relating

to vessel's manifests and unloading of
vessels .....

(Act June 3, 1892.) 223

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For Rates of Duties on all articles imported, and for Articles
admitted Free of Duty, see Alphabetical Schedule pages 329 to 569.

PAGE.

CUSTOMS LAIS-Continued.

To regulate importations of breeding ani-

mals and of neat cattle and hides...... (Act Mar. 3, 1893.) 223
To provide standard gauge for sheet and
plate iron and steel...

(Act Mar. 3, 1893.) 224
To provide for immediate unloading of
certain steamships.....

(Act June 5, 1894.) 224
To allow certain Corporations to act as
surety on bonds.

(Act Aug. 13, 1894.) 225
To reduce taxation, etc.--" Tariff Act” of
1894.....

(Act Aug. 28, 1894.) 226
To amend Section 5294, Revised Statutes,

relating to remission of fines, penalties,
forfeitures.

(Act Dec. 15, 1894.) 307
To include the city and port of Georgetown,

D. C. in the city of Washington, D. C.. (Act Feb. II, 1895.) 307
To provide free entry of articles for exposi-
tion at Portland, Oregon...

(Act Jan. 8, 1895.) 308
To suspend the operation of Section 3005,

Revised Statutes, so long as the Mexi-
can free-zone law exists

(Act Mar. I, 1895.) 309
To amend the law relating to Copyrights.. (Act Mar. 2, 1895.) 310
To amend the law relating to inspection of
cattle, etc. for exportation..

(Act Mar. 2, 1895.) 310
violations of (see Fines, Penalties and Forfeitures).
duty of District Attorney..

126
officers to report, violation of...

126
enforcement of...

91, 131
CUSTOMS OFFICERS (see Custom House).

D
DAMAGE ALLOWANCES

on goods in bonded warehouses (see Bonded Warehouses).
on goods damaged before arrival, abolished (see Abandonment).
on goods injured or destroyed by "accidental fire or other
casualty

68-70
to goods while in transportation under bond....

68
to goods in port of entry before landed..

68, 69
to goods in custody but not under bond.

68, 69
definition of "Custody".

69
examples where allowance was made or denied.

69, 70
where underwriters make repairs....

70
Collector exempt of liability....

70
employees liable for, occasioned by carelessness.

TO
remedy where importer is dissatisfied with amount of allowance... 70
allowance for breakage on bottled liquors.,

49, 449
DEBENTURES (see Drawback).
DEBTS DUE BY OR TO THE UNITED STATES

107
DECISIONS
of Treasury Department, effect of..

133, 321
of Federal Courts, appeal from...

133
of Federal Courts, effect of...

133
of Board of General Appraisers, effect of.

195, 321
of Collector, appeal from.....

183-193

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