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Partnership bond.
Passengers, landing of..

Unlawful..
Payment of duties. (See Duties.)
Penalties:

Abating or compromising claim.
Aiding or abetting illegal importation.
Articles in baggage not declared.
Breaking seals.
Bribery -
Bulk stores landed without permit or omitted from manifest-
Carrying opium...
Clandestine importations.
Concealment.
Contumacy of importers, agents, et al.
Delivery of register without clearance
Departure before report or entry--
Departure from port without permit.
Deposit of merchandise in building on boundary.
Disclosure of trade secrets..
Discrimination by foreign countries.
Failure to-

Attend examination, etc...
Deliver manifest to accounting officers
Mail copy of manifest.
Mail post entry.
Obtain and produce permit and certified manifest.
Open baggage and packages.
Produce manifest
Report arrival of vessel or vehicle.
Report or enter vessel.
Report purchases abroad.

Submit to inspection of records, by importer.
False claim or entry for drawback.
False swearing on examination.
Falsity or lack of manifest..
Fraud-

On revenue
Penalty against goods-

Personal penalties..
Fraudulent manipulation.-
Fraudulent omissions from invoice
Frivolous appeal or protest.
Gratuities.
Illegal importations-
Immoral articles
Improper delivery of merchandise in sealed cars.
Injuring or defacing customs seal
Interference with functions of Tariff Commission.
Limitation on suits to recover.
Marking of goods-
Obstruction of customs officers-
Offenses relating to seals.
Ownership of goods by customs officer
Placing goods in buildings on boundary.
Refusal to give testimony
Relanding of merchandise without entry.
Remission or mitigation of..
Sealed vessels or vehicles
Search and seizure..
Sharing in awards
Smuggling
Suits for
Unlawful-

Lading or unlading -
Relanding-
Removal of merchandise
Return of vessel's papers.
Transshipment.

Transportation between ports-
Perishable goods:

Allowance for decay.
Disposition of
Proceeds of sale
Cargo for different ports-
Landing stores.
Penalty for failure to obtain.
Transfer of stores to another vessel
Unlading and lading..
Vessels and vehicles to proceed inland.
Vessels to discharge cargo.
Vessels subject to forfeiture if unladen without

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Racing shells, imported in bond for exportation.
Railroad equipment, imported in bond for exportation.
Reappraisement, notice of.
Receipts from reimbursable charges
Reciprocal agreements relating to advertising matter
Reciprocity with Cuba, not affected.
Records:

Inspection of importers'

Of decisions.
Reenactment of existing law, effect of
Refund of duties:

After delivery of merchandise, not to be made..
Drawback
Excess deposit, erroneous charges, etc.

(See also Duties.)
Regulations, general

Cattle and meats.

Drawbacks.
Reimbursable charges, receipts from
Reimportations of exported domestic articles
Relanding of exported goods unlawful.
Release from customs custody.
Release of seized property:

On payment of value..

Petition for
Reliquidation of entry on account of fraud.
Remanufacture in lieu of sale.
Remission or mitigation of penalties.
Repairs to vessels, duty on.

Owned by United States (act of 1913) -
Repealing provisions:

Accrued rights and liabilities
General repeal
Inconsistent laws.
Revised Statutes.

Statutes at Large.
Report of vessels. (See Vessels.)
Report of violation of law.

(See also Appraiser and Refunds.)

See also Seized property.)
Residue cargo.
Revenue laws, execution by customs officers.

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Salary. (See Compensation.)
Sale

Of abandoned goods. (See Merchandise.)
Of forfeited property--

(See also Seized property.)
Salt for curing fish or meat, drawback on.
Salvage of sunken vessels
Samples imported in bond for exportation.
Seals, false.
Searchers and seizures:

Entry of buildings.-
Entry upon property of others.
Of articles omitted from invoice
Of immoral articles
Of persons and baggage.
Of vessels and vehicles.
Procedure in..--
Report on, by collector
Warrant for

(See also Seized property and Penalties.)
Secretary of the Treasury:

Authority to make regulations-

Authority to require bonds..
Security
Seized property:

Application for return of.
Appraisement of..

Notice of seizure and intended sale to be published
Burden of proof in actions upon.
Claims for
Compromise of
Conditional sale of..
Custody of
Delivery of, to collector.
Destruction of..
Disposition of proceeds of.
Limitation of suits to recover.
Petition for remission of penalty upon.
Prosecution on account of
Release of -

Under bond..
Remanufacture of forfeited.
Report of
Return of..
Reward for detection and seizure of.
Sale of
Value exceeding $1,000.

Value not exceeding $1,000.
Seizure...
Separability of provisions
Sheep, importation prohibited in certain cases.
Shells, racing, imported in bond for exportation.
Ship stores.
Ship's papers. (See Vessels.)
Shortage, decay, or damage, allowance for.
Short title...
Smelting warehouses.

(See also Bonded warehouses.)
Smuggling --
Special agents, detailed from field force to District of Columbia.
Statistics of imports, statement of
Statutes, repealed provisions of..
Statute of limitations. (See Limitation.)
Storage. (See Bonded warehouses.)
Stores:

For vessels, withdrawal from bonded warehouse..
Landed as imported merchandise
Public.
Retained on board.
Sea and ships'

Omitted from manifest.
Transferred to another vessel
Substitution for drawback purposes.
Suits for penalties, limitation of -

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Summary sale of seized property
Sundays. (See Lading and Unlading.)
Supplies for certain vessels, exemption of..
Swine, importation prohibited in certain cases..

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Tare and draft, allowance for.
Tariff Commission:

Conversion of rates by-
Cooperation with other agencies..
General powers
Interference with functions of.
Investigations by, general.

Costs of production.
Conversion of rates.-
Domestic value.
Discrimination by foreign countries.
Petroleum, crude, costs of..
Unfair practices

Valuation, basis of
Organization of
Penalty for disclosure of trade secrets.

Testimony and production of papers, authority to require.
Teams, imported in bond for exportation.
"Temporary free admission under bond.
"Time, extension of

(See also Entry and other titles.)
"Time of taking effect of act..
Title of act.
Tobacco:

Exportation of products free from tax.

Manufacture of, in bonded warehouse.
Toilet preparations, drawback on.
Trade agreements with foreign nations, President empowered to negoti-

ate (act of 1913)
"Trade-mark, importation of goods bearing..
Trade secrets, penalty for disclosure of_
Transfer of sea and ships' stores to another vessel..
Transit goods. (See Merchandise.)
Transportation:

Between American ports via foreign ports.
Immediate, without appraisement -
Through contiguous countries...
To foreign countries through United States.
(See also Carriers; Immediate transportation; Contiguous countries;

and Merchandise.)
"Transshipment:

Due to stress of weather, etc..

Unlawful, penalty for..
Treasury attaché.
"Tutuila. (See United States.)

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Unclaimed goods..
Unfair method or act.
Unfair practices in import trade.
United States, definition of...
United States Court of Customs and Patent Appeals. (See Court of

Customs and Patent Appeals.)
United States Tariff Commission. (See Tariff Commission.)
United States value.
Unlading-

After 1 day, at request of consignee.
After 25 days.
At port of entry
Baggage from contiguous countries.
Bulk cargo.
Due to stress of weather.
Elsewhere than at port of entry
Emergency-
In case of incomplete entry
Of goods, passengers and baggage.
Of vessels. (See Vessels.)
On Sundays, holidays, or at night

Extra compensation for
Permits.
Place of
Preliminary entry for..
Suspended during unfavorable weather
Time for

In case of bulk cargo.
Unlawful...

Penalty for

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Unlawful:

Lading
Relanding.
Removal of goods from customs custody.
Transshipment.
Unlading. (See Unlading.)

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Valuation, investigation of
Value.

American selling price.
Appeal by American producers on question of..
Basis of
Cost of production.
Domestic-conversion of rates to
Dutiable
Entered as minimum.
Export
Foreign
In entry, amendment of_
Review of appraiser's decision on question of_

United States
Vehicles:

Definition of
From contiguous countries
Manifest of
Penalty for failure to report
Permit to proceed inland
Report of arrival of.
Seizure of

(See also Vessels.)
Vessels:

Abandoned
American-

Entry of

Merchandise imported in (act of 1913)
Arrival at another port, notice of..
Boarding of
Built in United States for foreign owners (act of 1913).
Cargo for foreign ports (act of 1913)..
Cargo for different ports in United States
Clearance withheld until payment of opium penalty
Customs officers not allowed to own, penalty.
Definition of
Departure before report or entry, penalty for
Deposit of documents of
Drawback on materials used in
Entry of-
American

Master to make oath as to ownership and manifest-
Emergency
Failure to make.

Foreign.
Equipment and repairs of, in foreign ports.
False seals for
Foreign-

Discriminatory duty on goods imported in.

Entry of
Forfeiture of
Form of manifest

Preliminary
From contiguous countries
List of purchases abroad

Penalty for not reporting
Manifest of
Permit to proceed inland.
Repairs to, duty on

Report of arrival
General order cargo of
Manifest of. (See Manifest.)
Materials used for foreign vessels, drawback on

Importation of, in bond (act of 1913)
Maximum time for unlading-
Merchandise on, abandoned.
Not required to make entry-
Penalty-

For failure to have permit and certified manifest

For not reporting on entering
Place for unlading cargo.
Preliminary entry of
Repairs made in foreign ports
Report of arrival
Residue cargo
Return of documents.
Sealed, inspection of_.

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