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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.

ERRORS.
in invoices and entries, correction of....

132, 175, 176
cases of, which were corrected.....

176
cases of, so-called, which were not corrected.

176
EXPLOSIVE ARTICLES.

regulations as to Bonding (see Bonded Warehouses).
EXPORTATION.
defined.....

543
by direct transfer from importing vessel...

75
with drawback (see Drawback).
of cattle and meats, inspection of.....

209, 210, 220, 221, 310
from manufacturing warehouse..

293
of condemned drugs and medicines..

53
of domestic manufactures with drawback.

300
of drugs and medicines from warehouse..

79
of machinery imported for repair...

296
of railroad iron imported for repair....

79, 80
of articles imported for temporary exhibition.

310
of animals imported for temporary exhibition..

335
of manufactures of convict labor refused entry

302
of metals refined from imported ores, in bond.

299

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invoices or entries, penalties for (see Fines, Penalties, Forfeitures).
Fees, abolishment of, in certain cases

203
FINES, PENALTIES, FORFEITURES.
general provisions relating to.
remission of...,

117-119, 127, 128
remission of, relieves goods of all disability.

128
no remission of, when under Court judgment.

128
suits for recovery of, limitations for.... 119, 129, 130, 131, 208, 305
moieties of, to informers, repealed...

122, 123
officers of U. S. cannot receive portion of informers' fees-
smuggling cases excepted....

125
officers of U. S. cannot compromise.

127
forfeiture does not include personal effects packed with
forfeitable goods....

13, 178
forfeited goods has right of reappraisement..

44
additional duties not considered as,

55
for conceiling dutiable articles in baggage...

12, 13
for conceiling goods in buildings on boundary line.

97
for illegal packing of cigars, etc...

215
for violating laws relating to opium...,

216
for violating laws relating to salted meats for exportation.. 210
for violations of Anti-trust provisions..

305-307
relating to importations and entries.
for false entry or declaration.....

29, 126, 170, 177, 178
for undervaluation of goods in entry..

24, 170, 175
for fraudulent omission of articles from invoice.

44
for false entry for drawback.....

88
for removing goods from wharf before weighing, etc..... 36, 37

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

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FINES, PENALTIES, FORFEITURES- Continued.
tor importing adultrated food, drugs, or drink....

210
for importing diseased or infected animals...

212, 213
for importing dutiable goods by mail..

140
for importing medicinal preparations without name of pro-
prietor affixed.....

52
for importing cigars in illegal quantity.

13, 14
for failure to testify as to value or classification of goods... 197
for violations of Sections 3095, 3097 R. S., as to entries on
frontiers.....

92
for tampering with custom marks on goods..

38, 70
for obstructing customs inspectors on frontiers.

94
for bribery-giving or receiving bribe..

206, 207
for importing prohibited articles..

294, 295
for importing neat cattle and hides of.

297, 298
relating to bonded merchandise.
for unlawful opening of bonded warehouse....

70
for fraudulently removing goods from bonded warehouse.. 71
for destroying or tampering with locks or seals on bonded
goods..

71, 96
for tampering with customs marks....

70
for sealed cars not proceeding to destination.

95
for violation of transportation bond.....

73
for relanding goods bonded for exportation...

76, 87
relating to vessels.
for incorrect manifest..

16
for not producing manifest to customs officers.

17
for leaving port of arrival before report or entry.

3
for proceeding to another district without certificate.

7
for not reporting sea stores.....

11, 98, 99
for not reporting spirits and wines..

4
for landing sea stores without permit.

11
for unlading without permit...

31
for unlading in unlawful hours...

32, 33
for proceeding to port of delivery contrary to Sec. 2772 R. S... 3
for landing spirits without special permit....

37
for non-delivery of articles reported on manifest..

38
for not reporting arrival of vessel under Sec. 2773, 2774 R. S. 3, 4
for violation of coasting regulations ...

93, 101, 102, 103
for coasting with contiguous countries in foreign vessels..... 97, 98
for not reporting arrival from contiguous countries.

97
for not reporting repairs made in foreign territory..

99, 100
for receiving on board cargo unladen from another vessel with-
out permit....

31, 32
for incorrect manifest of cargo in distress...

41
for violating regulations as to carrying cattle...
owner of vessel must be privy to illegal act to subject vessel to
forfeiture.

148
remission of..

154, 155
relating to Smuggling (see Smuggling).
relating to Copyrights.
for unlawful use of copyright imprint..

115
for infringement of copyrights.....

115, 116
for violation of copyrighted dramatic composition..

116
for not filing copy with Librarian of Congress..

114

222

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

PAGE.

Fire, allowance for damage by (see Damage allowances).
FISHERIES, vessels in, drawback on articles for (see Drawback).
Food, DRUG OR DRINK, adulterated, importation of, prohibited.. 210, 211
FOREIGN COINS.
values of, how fixed...

162, 302
tables of (see Appendix).
FOREIGN WEIGHTS AND MEASURES, tables of (see Appendix).
FORFEITURES (see Fines, Penalties, Forfeitures).
FORMs, of official documents..
FREE LIST, (see Schedule)...

329-569
FREE ZONE OF MEXICO

309
FREIGHT, lien for (see Lien for Freight).

49

GALGING,

expense of, when paid by importer.
of sheet and plate iron and steel, standard for (see Appendix).

general tables for (see Appendix).
GENERAL APPRAISERS (see Appraisers).
GENERAL-ORDER (see also Bonded warehouses).

may be issued immediately if bill of lading so states.
goods under, may remain in bond one year...
sales of goods under...

exportation of goods under, restrictions.
GEORGETOWN, port of, changed to Washington, D. C..
GLOVES, appraisement of..
GRAIN.

standard weight of, for appraisement..
Canadian, free for grinding in mills of C. S...
from Mexico for grinding in U. S., not free.
bonded warehouses for..

224
63
63
63

307

47

18
149
149
58

H
HALAMax TREATY (see Treaties).
HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS (See Effects in Schedule).
HYDROMETERS, for proof of liquors.

18

I

IMMEDIATE TRANSPORTATION WITHOUT APPRAISEMENT.

ports of entry for....
ports of delivery for
entry for, at first port...
entry for, at port of delivery

141
145
142
142

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

IMMEDIATE TRANSPORTATIAN WITHOUT APPRAISEMENT-Continued. PAGE,
entry for, general provisions relating to....

142
invoices for..

143, 144, 162
proforma invoices for, when binding:

162
common carriers for, their bond and liabilities

143
limitations on shipment for....

146
limitations on delivery at final port under..

142
limitation on goods in warehouse ..

143
method of transportation under...,

144
certificate of delivery of goods under..

143
both dutiable and free goods entitled to

141, 147
certain articles not entitled to privilege of..

141
direct transfer of goods from importing vessel for

145
claims for allowance on goods under.

113
lien for freight on goods under..

143
sugars for, where sampled...

141
when goods for, must be stamped

1+1
bonded period for goods under..

143, 202
IMMIGRANTS, effects of (see Animals. Effects in Schedule).
IMPORTATIONS.
what constitutes....

1, 2, 19
date of, how computed.

202
by certain vessels liable to discriminating duty...

296, 297
contined to vessels of U. S. and certain others...

92, 297
prohibited (see Prohibited Importations).
IMPORT DUTIES (see Schedule). .....

329-569
INDIANS, effects of (see Indians, in Schedule).
INFORMERS, in cases of smuggling (see Smuggling).
INJURY, allowance for (see Damage Allou'ances).
INLAND TRANSPORTATION CHARGES not an element of dutiable value 201
INSPECTION.

of tea (see Tea).
of cattle (see Animals).
of meats for exportation...

220, 221, 310
of salted meats for exportation.

209, 210, 310
of goods entered for exportation with drawback.

82, 83
INTERNAL REVENUE.
provisions for packing and stamping imported cigars, tobacco and
snuff...

105, 106, 107
provisions for domestic tobacco and smutf..

104, 105
provisions for transfer of tobacco scraps to factory

106
tax on dealers in liquors.

138
tax on standard proof of spirits

104, 304
tax on imported oleomargarine

158
tax on dealers in oleomargarine

159
tax on cigars and cigarettes..

152
tax on tobacco and snuff.

215
tax on opium....

216
tax on reimported domestic goods

298
tax on imported playing cards...

303

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

PAGE.

44

INTERPRETATION of Laws (see Classification).
INVOICES.
general provisions relating to.
when imperfect for entry

9, 24
entry without, by special permission

26
triplicate...

28
penalty for fraudulent practices....

29, 44
penalty for fraudulent omissions of articles from.
average prices in, how appraised..

46
collector's certificate to, after entry..

27
consuls to report fraudulent practices in..

29
consuls to indorse destination on.....

27
consuls to require proof of correctness of..

29, 164
bond not required to produce triplicate..

28
value in minimum limit for duty....

170
how to be made out.
must describe the goods correctly.

163
currencies in, and how computed.

162, 163, 302
market value in..

172, 173, 198, 202
charges in..

200-202
weight and measures in.

24, 172
fraudulent omission of articles from..

44
who to sign....

162
number required for respective entries.

27, 28, 143, 162
consul's certificate to (see also Consuls).
required for all entries-exceptions...

164, 165
affidavit explaining absence of ..

164
bond to produce.

25, 26
required for goods by parcel post...

165
not required for-transit goods...

75, 165
not required for goods between ports of U. S. via foreign ter-
ritory....

165
not required for specie shipped as exchange.

165
not required for amount under $100, when

28, 164, 165
not required for baggage and effects accompanying passenger,

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
where it should 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 shipment is verified.

164
may be refused after shipment- exceptions.

164
shippers declaration to.
at or before shipment of the goods.

163, 164
who may make....

164
importers' declaration to (see Entry-declaration to).
proforma-or “statement in form of invoice."
when received for entry...

164-166
verification of by oath of owner of goods...

164
binding effect of generally......

162, 166
binding effect of, for immediate transportation.

166
is subject to additional duty for under-valuation..

174

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