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

PAGE.

INVOICES- Continued.
clerical errors in.
general provisions relating to....

175, 176
correction of......

176, 205, 206
additions to value in (see Additional duty. Market value).

77
197

J
JUDGMENT.

claims for duties, how paid.

as to interest on claims under..
JURISDICTION.
appellate-

of the Board of General Appraisers
of the Circuit Court ...,
of the Circuit Court in Anti-Trust cases
of the Circuit Court of Appeals .
of the Supreme Court on review.

195
. 195, 196

306
.196, 218, 219
193–197, 218, 219

L

LABELING of imported articles (see Marking).
LANDING CERTIFICATES..

85
LICENSES to Custom-house brokers (see Brokers)...

302
Lien.
tor duties.

13
for freight-
nature of....

66, 67
notice of.

67
when and where filed.

67, 143
limitations of....

67
valid against any imported goods.

67
valid against goods in transit.

75
valid against any quantity..

67
applies to freight only, ocean or land..

67
does not apply to general average, exception

67
discharge of..

67, 68
if undischarged on one importation, does not attach to subse-
quent ones.

67
must not be excessive in amount.

67
priority in payment of......

68
LIMITATIONS AND RESTRICTIONS (see also Definitions).
as to remission of fines, penalties and forfeitures by Secretary of
the Treasury

117
as to remission of fines, penalties and forfeitures by Collector. 118
as to effect of repeal provisions..

..119, 120, 130 131, 208, 305
as to effect of Department Regulations.

133
as to application of certain terms in copyright law.

121
as to authority under power of attorney containing power of sub.
stitution....

135
as to wrecked or sunk goods...

51, 130, 298
as to what the lien for freight applies..

67

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

PAGE.

65

LIMITATIONS AND RESTRICTIONS- Continued.
as to term for privilege of copyright.....

111
as to filing lien for freight on teas...

150
as to sales of seized goods liable to deterioration.
as to notice for bidders for privilege of public cartage.

130
as to transportations between ports of the U. S. over foreign terri-

tory.
as to what the term paintings” includes.

312
as to what the term “statuaryincludes...

312
as to what the term “periodicals" includes.

181
relating to entry and appraisal.
as to entry of goods after vessels report of arrival ...

7
as to the abandonment of damaged goods on arrival. 203, 204
as to sales of goods abandoned for damage...

205
as to abandonment of damaged goods on arrival under imme-
diate transportation....

143, 204
as to the meaning of “ten per cent, damage" for abandonment 204
as to forfeiture of right to abandon goods for damage.... 204
as to correction of errors in entries or liquidations.... 132, 175, 205
as to filing (delivery) of protest against decision of the col-
lector ...

183-186, 189
as to appeals to Circuit Court from decisions of Board of Gen-
neral Appraisers on protest....

193, 196
as to appeals to Circuit Court of Appeals from decision of
Circuit Court....

194, 196, 218
as to review by Supreme Court of decisions of lower Courts,

133, 194, 215
as to when decisions of the Board of General Appraisers be-
come effective.....

195
as to appeals to reappraisement by collector or importer. 181
as to inspection of imported teas.

150
as to additions in entry to make market value of goods actually
purchased...

170-173
as to notice of arrival of goods at final port under immediate
transportation..

112
as to power to reliquidate entries.

128, 129
as to delay in liquidation of entry to await triplicate invoice.... 28
as to production of proof of description of imported goods..... 50
as to production of consular invoice for entry.

25, 26, 165
as to production of owner's oath to entry..

8
as to what constitutes legal importation of cigars, cigarettes,
and cheroots..

13, 215, 303
as to number of packages to be sent to public store for exami-
nation..

44
as to delivery of public store packages pending reappraisement, 44
as to issue of permit for examined packagss..

44
as to removal of examined packages from public store after
notice to importer...

41
as to return of packages by importer delivered before exami-
nation....

43
as to exportation of rejected drugs.

53
as to exportation of rejected teas.
as to exportation of machinery imported for repairs.

296
as to exportation of railroad iron imported for repairs.

79
as to exportation of metals refined in bond from imported ores, 299
as to exportation of theatrical articles imported free for tem-
porary exhibition.......

394
as to exportation of works of art and philosophical and scien-

tific articles imported free for temporary exhibition........ 340

151

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

PAGE

66

LILITATIONS AND RESTRICTIONS-Continued.

as to exportation of animals imported for temporary exhibtion, 335
as to exportation of articles produced by convict labor refused
entry.

302
as to refund of duties under final liquidation of entry, 132, 205
as to ports of entry for cattle and other animals.

212
as to license to custom house brokers....

302
as to lien on goods for duties....

43
as to liens for freight on imported goods.

66, 67
relating to bonded merchandise.
as to kinds of goods entitled to wharehouse privilege.

59
as to bonded period for goods in warehouse..

62, 202, 217
as to bonded period for immediate transportation goods in
warehouse..

113, 202
as to bonded period for reimported domestic goods subject to
Internal Revenue tax..

59, 62
as to withdrawals for consumption from warehouse and public
store...

61, 63, 202, 217
as to withdrawals for transshipment or transportation in bond, 61, 88
as to withdrawals for supplies for vessels

62, 153
as to withdrawals of “general order” goods for consumption, 63
as to withdrawals of “general order” goods for exportation.. 63
as to withdrawals for exportation with drawback (see draw.

backs, below).
as to least quantity that may be deposited in warehouse.... 59
as to least quanity that may be withdrawn from warehouse..
as to bonding portions of buildings for warehouse purposes.. 58
as to allowance for damage to goods in bond confined to goods
in custody....

69
as to when goods are considered as abandoned in warehouse.. 62
as to deposit of goods in warehouse when not entered in time.. 59
as to deposit of goods in warehouse for neglect to pay duties
in time..

59
as to shjpment of goods under immediate transportation act, 142, 146
as to exportation of drugs and chemicals from warehouse in
original packages....

79
as to exclusions from transportation in bond

111
as to sales of abandoned goods in warehouse..

61, 62
as to sales of unclaimed goods in warehouse-"general order"
goods.....

63
as to sales of perishable or explosive articles..

64, 65
as to sales of unclaimed goods liable to depreciation.

65
as to sales of seized goods liable to deterioration.

65
as to computing bonded periods.........

62, 202
relating to drawbacks.
as to withdrawals from bond for supplies for vessels with
drawback ...

62, 153
as to withdrawals from warehouse for exportation with draw-
back.......

61, 62, 65, 79, 88
as to entry for drawback..

83
as to exportation of goods from final port, after transhipment. 78
as to production of landing certificate for goods exported with
drawback ......

85
as to payment of debentures for drawback.

84
as to suit for payment of debenture....

84
as to least amount of duty entitled to refund on goods export.
ed in original packages...

79

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

PAGE.

81,

LIMITATIONS AND RESTRICTIONS- Continued.

as to restriction on drawback to goods while in custody of the
government....

... 66, 80
as to kinds of duty excluded from drawback..

78, 81, 300
as to packages for goods exported from warehouse...

82
as to notice from importer to collector before goods for expor-
tation with drawback...

82
relating to vessels.'
as to remission of fines, penalties and forfeitures relating to
vessels or seamen..

154
as to report of arrlval of vessel.

3, 4
as to delivery of vessel's manifest after arrival.

3, 4
as to delivery of vessel's manifest when destined to certain
ports..

21
as to special report by vessel of spirits and wines on board.... 4
as to delivery of vessel's manifest declaring goods on board for
re-exportation...

5
as to delivery of manifest by coasting vessels

102
as to unlading of vessels from foreign ports..

33, 35, 36
as to report or entry of vessel after proceeding to another dis-
trict to unlade...

6
as to hours for unlading vessels..

101
as to withdrawal of materials from bond with drawback for
vessels.....

... 62, 153
as to coasting trade by vessel after drawback is allowed on her
material..

290, 291
as to liens for freight.

66, 67
as to transportalion between ports of the U. S., over foreign
territory..

75
as to importations by vessels of the U. S., and certain others.. 297
as to importations by vessels under thirty tons.

92
relating to suits and actions.
as to appeals to Circuit Court from decision of Board of Gen-
eral Appraisers....

193, 196
as to appeals to Circuit Court of Appeals..

194, 196, 218
as to review by Supreme Court of decision of lower courts

133, 194, 218
as to forfeitures or penalties under copyright laws....

116
as to infringement of copyrights....

121
as to forfeitures or penalties under customs revenue laws 129
as to payment of debentures for drawback.

84
LIQUIDATION (see Entry, liquidation of).
LIQLORS.
Internal Revenue tax for dealers in

138
appraisement of, hydrometers for..
special provisions for.......

447-450
LOTTERY MATTER, importation of, prohibited....

140, 294, 295

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M
MACHINERY.

may be imported for repairs free of duty...
examples of articles held to be machinery..

296
296

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

PAGE.

MAIL, importations by-
of dutiable goods, prohibited..

140
of lottery matter, prohibited...

140, 294, 295
of books and printed matter,.

139, 140
of articles under packet-post treaties..

140
MANIFESTS (see Vessels).
MANUFACTURES.
exportation of domestic, from bonded warehouses.

299
exportation of domestic, with drawback (see Drawback).
by convict labor, prohibited from importation..

302
what constitutes (see Classification).
MARKET VALUE (see also Appraisement. Additional Duties).
means of ascertaining.

45, 179, 199
the elements of...

198-202
coverings as an element of..

198-200
costs, charges and expenses as elements of....

198, 200-202
where incorrect, collector may hold goods..

24
to be computed as of period of exportation..

45
to be that of the “principal market of the country's

179
additions to invoice or entered value to make (see Additional

Duties).
MARKING, STAMPING, BRANDING OR LABELING.
of certain manufactured articles imported....

281-289
how applied to immediate transportation goods.....

141
MASTER OF VESSEL (see Vessels).
Measures and WEIGHTS (see Appendix).
MEASURING, expense of, when paid by importer....

49
MEATS, inspection of ...

209, 210, 220, 221, 310
MERCHANDISE defined..

1
METALS AND ORES, smelting of, in bond.......

299
Metric System ((see Appendix).
Mexico, trade with (see Commerce with Contiguous Countries).
free-zone of, provisions relating to...

306
MISSING ARTICLES, or short shipments (see Appraisement).
MONEYS (see tables in Appendix).

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Nositur A Socus, rule of, in classification (see Classifiaction).
NOTARIES PUBLIC.
declarations to entries may be made before

166, 517
may act only at port of residence, exception..

169
Near Cattle AND HIDES OF
importation of, prohibited, exceptions....

223, 297, 298
Nox-ENUMERATED ARTICLES, classification of, for duties (see Classifi-

cation).

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