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ACT OF 1930

ib) ADDITIONAL DUTIES FOR FAILURE TO MARK.-If at the time of importation any article or its con. tainer is not niarked, stamped, branderi, or labeled in accordance with the requirements of this section, there sholl be levied, collected, and paid on such article, unless exported under customs supervision, a duty of 10 per centum of the value of such article, in addition to any other duty imposed by law, or, if such article is free of duty, there shall be levied, collected, and paid a duty of 10 per centum of the value thereof.

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ACT OF 1913

ACT OF 1922 [No corresponding provision in act of 1913.)

Unless the article is exported under customs supervision, there shall be levied, collected, and paid upon every such article which at the time of importation is not so marked, stamped, branded, or labeled, in addition to the regular duty imposed by law on such article, a duty of 10 per centum of the appraised value thereof, or if such article is free of duty there shall be levied, collected, and paid upon such article a duty of 10 per centum of the ap

praised value thereof. (C) DELIVERY WITHIELD UNTIL MARKED.-No imported article or package held in customs custody shall be delivered until such article (and its container) or package and every other article (and its container) or package of the importation, whether or not released from customs custody, shall have been marked, stamped, branded, or labeled in accordance with the requirements of this section. Nothing in this subdivision shall be construed to relieve from the requirements of any provision of this Act relating to the marking of particular articles or their containers. and until marked in accordance with the

Any such article held in customs custody directions prescribed in this section no articles or shall not be delivered until so marked, stamped, packages shall be delivered to the importer.

branded, or labeled, and il every such article Should any article or package of imported mer- of the importation which shall have been released chandise be marked, stamped, branded, or labeled from customs custody not so marked, stamped, so as not accurately to indicate the quantity, num- branded, or labeled, shall be marked, stamped, ber, or measurement actually contained in such branded, or labeled, in accordance with such rules article or package, no delivery of the same shall be and regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury made to the importer until the mark, stamp, brand, may prescribe. or label, as the case may be, shall be changed so as Any such package held in customs custody shall to conform to the facts of the case.

not be delivered unless so marked, stamped, branded, or labeled, and until every package of the importation which shall have been released from customs custody not so marked, stamped, branded, or labeled shall be marked, stamped, branded, or labeled, in accordance with such rules and regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury may pre

scribe. (d) PENALTIES.- If any person shall, with intent to conceal the information given the.eby or contained therein, deface, destroy, remove, alter, cover, obscure, or obliterate any mark, stamp, brand, cr label required under the provisions of this Act, he shall, upon conviction, he fined not more than $5,000 or imprisoned not more than one year, or hoth.

F. Subsection 2. If any person shall fraudulently (b) If any person shall fraudulently violate any violate any of the provisions of this Act relating to of the provisions of this Act relating to the marking, the marking, stamping, branding, or labeling of any stamping, branding, or labeling of any imported imported articles or packages; or shall fraudulently articles or packages or shall fraudulently deface, deface, destroy, remove, alter, or obliterate any such destroy, remove, alter, or obliterate any such marks, stamps, brands, or labels with intent to con- marks, stamps, brands, or labels with intent to ceal the information given by or contained in such conceal the information given by or contained in marks, stamps, brands, or labels, he shall upon con- such marks, stamps, brands, or labels, he shall viction be fined in any sum not exceeding $5,000, or upon conviction be fined in any sum not exceeding be imprisoned, for any time not exceeding one year, $5,000, or be imprisoned for any time not exceeding or both.

one year, or both. le) EFFECTIVE DATE.—This section shall take efect sixty days after the date of enactment of this Act. [No corresponding provision in act of 1913.)

(No corresponding provision in act of 1922.)

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SEC. 305. IMMORAL ARTICLES-IMPORTATION PROHIBITED.

(a) PROHIBITION OF IMPORTATION.-All persons are prohibited from importing into the United States from any foreign country any book, pamphlet, paper, writing, advertisement, circular, print, picture, or drawing containing any matter advocating or urging treason or insurrection against the United States, or forcible resistance to any law of the United States, or containing any threat to take the life of or inflict bodily harm upon any person in the United States, or any obscene book, pamphlet, paper, writing, advertisement, circular, print, picture, drawing, or other representation, figure, or image on or of paper or other material, or any cast, instrument, or other article which is obscene or immoral, or any drug or medicine or any article whatever for the prevention of conception or for causing unlawful abortion, or any lottery ticket, or any printed paper that may be used as a lottery ticket, or any advertisement of any lottery. No such articles, whether imported separately or contained in packages with other goods entitled to entry, shall be admitted to entry; and all such articles and, unless it appears to the satisfaction of the collector that the obscene or other prohibited articles contained in the package were inclosed therein without the knowledge or consent of the importer, owner, agent, or consignee, the entire contents of the package in which such articles are contained, shall be subject to seizure and forfeiture as hereinafter provided: Provided, That the drugs hereinbefore mentioned, when imported in bulk and not put up for any of the purposes herein before specified, are excepted from the operation of this subdivision: Provided further, That the Secretary of the Treasury may, in his discretion, admit the so-called classics or books of recognized and established literary or scientific merit, but may, in his discretion, admit such classics or books only when imported for noncommercial purposes.

Upon the appearance of any such book or matter at any customs office, the same shall be seized and held by the collector to await the judgment of the district court as hereinafter provided; and no protest shall be taken to the United States Customs Court from the decision of the collector.

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SEC. IV.

G. Subsection 1. That all persons are prohibited from importing into the United States from any foreign country any obscene book, pamphlet, paper, writing, advertisement, circular, print, picture, drawing, or other representation, figure, or image on or of paper or other material, or any cast, instrument, or other article of an immoral nature, or any drug or medicine, or any article whatever for the prevention of conception or for causing unlawful abortion, or any lottery ticket, or any advertisement of any lottery. No such articles, whether imported separately or contained in packages with other goods entitled to entry, shall be admitted to entry; and all such articles shall be proceeded against, seized, and forfeited by due course of law. All such prohibited articles and the package in which they are contained in the course of importation shall be detained by the officer of customs, and proceedings taken against the same as hereinafter prescribed, unless it appears to the satisfaction of the collector of customs that the obscene articles contained in the package were ininclosed therein without the knowledge or consent of the importer, owner, agent, or consignee: Provided, That the drugs hereinbefore mentioned, when imported in bulk and not put up for any of the purposes hereinbefore specified, are excepted from the operation of this subsection.

SEC. 305. (a) That all persons are prohibited from importing into the United States from any foreign country any obscene book, pamphlet, paper, writing, advertisement, circular, print, picture, drawing, or other representation, figure, or image on or of paper or other material, or any cast, instrument, or other article of an immoral nature, or any drug or medicine, or any article whatever, for the prevention of conception or for causing unlawful abortion, or any lottery ticket, or any printed paper that may be used as a lottery ticket, or any advertisement of any lottery. No such articles, whether imported separately or contained in packages with other goods entitled to entry, shall be admitted to entry; and all such articles shall be proceeded against, seized, and forfeited by due course of law. All such prohibited articles and the package in which they are contained shall be detained by the officer of customs, and proceedings taken against the same as hereinafter prescribed, unless it appears to the satisfaction of the collector that the obscene articles contained in the package were inclosed therein without the knowledge or consent of the importer, owner, agent, or consignee: Provided, That the drugs hereinbefore mentioned, when imported in bulk and not put up for any of the purposes hereinbefore specified, are excepted from the operation of this subsection.

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Upon the seizure of such book or matter the collector shall transmit information thereof to the district attorney of the district in which is situated the office at which such seizure has taken place, who shall institute proceedings in the district court for the forfeiture, confiscation, and destruction of the book or matter seized. Upon the adjudication that such book or matter thus seized is of the character the entry of which is by this section prohibited, it shall be ordered destroyed and shall be destroyed. Upon adjudication that such book cr matter thus seized is not of the character the entry of which is by this section prohibited, it shall not be excluded from entry under the provisions of this section.

In any such proceeding any party in interest may upon demand have the facts at issue determined by a jury and any party may have an appeal or the right of review as in the case of ordinary actions or suit s.

G. Subsection 3. That any circuit or district (c) That any district judge of the United States, judge of the United States, within the proper dis- within the proper district, before whom complaint trict, before whom complaint in writing of any in writing of any violation of subdivision (a) or (b) violation of the two preceding sections is made, to of this section is made, founded upon probable the satisfaction of such judge, and founded on cause and supported by oath or affirmation of the knowledge or belief, and if upon belief, setting forth complainant, may issue, conformably to the Conthe grounds of such belief, and supported by oath stitution, a warrant directed to the United States or affirmation of the complainant, may issue, con- marshal or deputy marshal in the proper district formably to the Constitution, a warrant directed to or to a duly accredited customs officer, directing the marshal or any deputy marshal in the proper him to search for, seize, and take possession of any district, directing him to search for, seize, and take article or thing mentioned in such subdivisions, possession of any such article or thing mentioned in and to make due and immediate return thereof, to the two preceding sections, and to make due and the end that the same may be condemned and deimmediate return thereof, to the end that the same stroyed by proceedings, which shall be conducted may be condemned and destroyed by proceedings, in the same manner as other proceedings in the case which shall be conducted in the same manner as of municipal seizure, and with the same right of other proceedings in the case of municipal seizure, appeal or writ of error. and with the same right of appeal or writ of error.

(b) PENALTY ON GOVERNMENT OFFICERS.-Any officer, agent, or employee of the Government of the United States who shall knowingly aid or abet any person engaged in any violation of any of the provi. sions of law. prohibiting importing, advertising, dealing in, exhibiting, or sending or receiving by mail obscene or indecent publications or representations, or books, pamphlets, papers, writings, advertisements, circulars, prints, pictures, or drawings containing any matter advocating or urging treason or insurrection against the United States, or forcible resistance to any law of the United States, or containing any threat to take the life of or inflict bodily harm upon any person in the United States, or means for preventing conception or procuring abortion, or other articles of indecent or immoral use or tendency, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall for every offense be punishable by a fine of not more than $5,000, or by imprisonment at hard labor for not more than ten years, or both.

G. Subsection 2. That whoever, being an officer, (b) That any officer, agent, or employee of the agent, or employee of the Government of the United Government of the United States who shall knowStates, shall knowingly aid or abet any person en- ingly aid or abet any person engaged in any viola. gaged in any violation of any of the provisions of tion of any of the provisions of law prohibiting law prohibiting importing, advertising, dealing in, importing, advertising, dealing in, exhibiting, or exhibiting, or sending or receiving by mail obscene sending or receiving by mail obscene or indecent or indecent publications or representations, or publications or representations, or means for premeans for preventing conception or procuring venting conception or procuring abortion, or other abortion, or other articles of indecent or immoral articles of indecent or immoral use or tendency, use or tendency, shall be deemed guilty of a mis- shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall demeanor, and shall for every offense be punishable for every offerse be punishable by a fine of not more by a fine of not more than $5,000, or by imprison- than $5,000, or hy imprisonment at hard labor for ment at hard labor for not more than ten years, or not more than ten years, or both. both.

ACT OF 1930

306. CATTLE, SHEEP, SWINE, AND MEATS—IMPORTATION PROHIBITED IN CER

TAIN CASES. (a) RINDERPEST AND FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE.-If the Secretary of Agriculture determines that rinuerpest or foot-and-mouth disease exists in any foreign country, he shall officially notify the Secretary of the Treasury and give public notice thereof, and thereafter, and until the Secretary of Agriculture gives notice in a similar manner that such disease no longer exists in such foreign country, the importation into the United States of cattle, sheep, or other domestic ruminants, or swine, or of fresh, chilled, or frozen beef, veal, mutton, lamb, or pork, from such foreign country, is prohibited.

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SEC. IV.

SEC. 306. (a) That the importation of neat cattle H. Subsection 1. That the importation of neat and the hides of neat cattle from any foreign country cattle and the hides of neat cattle from any foreign into the United States is prohibited under such rules country into the United States is prohibited: Pro- of inspection as the Secretary of Agriculture may vided, That the operation of this section shall be determine. suspended as to any foreign country or countries, (b) If the Secretary of Agriculture shall deteror any parts of such country or countries, whenever mine that such importation will not tend to the the Secretary of the Treasury shall officially deter- introduction or spread of contagious or infectious mine, and give public notice thereof, that such diseases among the cattle of the United States, he importation will not tend to the introduction or shall officially notify the Secretary of the Treasury spread of contagious or infectious diseases among the and give public notice that the operation of subcattle of the United States; and the Secretary of the division (a) of this section shall be suspended as to Treasury is hereby authorized and empowered, and any foreign country or countries, or any parts of it shall be his duty, to make all necessary orders and such country or countries. regulations to carry this section into effect, or to (c) That any person convicted of a willful violasuspend the same as herein provided, and to send tion of any of the provisions of the preceding subcopies thereof to the proper officers in the United section shall be fined not exceeding $500, or imStates and to such officers or agents of the United prisoned not exceeding one year, or both, in the disStates in foreign countries as he shall judge necessary. cretion of the court.

H. Subsection 2. That any person convicted of a willful violation of any of the provisions of the preceding subsection shall be fined not exceeding $500, or imprisoned not exceeding one year, or both, in the discretion of the court.

(b) MEATS UNFIT FOR HUMAN FOOD.-No meat of any kind shall be imported into the United States unless such meat is healthful, wholesome, and fit for human food and contains no dye, chemical, preservative, or ingredient which renders such meat unhealthful, unwholesome, or unfit for human food, and unless such meat also complies with the rules and regulations made by the Secretary of Agriculture. All imported meats shall, after entry into the United States in compliance with such rules and regulations, be deemed and treated as domestic meats within the meaning of and subject to the provisions of the Act of June 30, 1906 (Thirty-fourth Statutes at Large, page 674), commonly called the “Meat Inspection Amend. ment, and the Act of June 30, 1906 (Thirty-fourth Statutes at Large, page 768), commonly called the Food and Drugs Act," and Acts amendatory of, supplementary to, or in substitution for such Acts. PAR. 545. Provided, however, That none PAR. 706.

Provided, That no meats of of the foregoing meats shall be admitted into the any kind shall be imported into the United States United States unless the same is healthful, whole- unless the same is healthful, wholesome, and fit for some and fit for human food and contains no dye, human food and contains no dye, chemical, preserchemical, preservative, or ingredient which renders vative, or ingredient which renders the same unthe same unhealthful, unwholesome or unfit for healthful, unwholesome, or unfit for human food, human food, and unless the same also complies with and unless the same also complies with the rules the rules and regulations made by the Secretary and regulations made by the Secretary of Agricul of Agriculture, and that, after entry into the United ture, and that, after entry into the United States in States in compliance with said rules and regulations, compliance with said rules and regulations, said said imported meats shall be deemed and treated as meats shall be deemed and treated as domestic domestic meats within the meaning of and shall be meats within the meaning of and shall be subject subject to the provisions of the Act of June thirtieth, to the provisions of the Act of June 30, 1906 (Thirtynineteen hundred and six (Thirty-fourth Statutes fourth Statutes at Large, page 674), commonly at Large, page six hundred and seventy-four), com- called the "Meat Inspection Amendment," and the monly called the Meat Inspection Amendment, Act of June 30, 1906 (Thirty-fourth Statutes at and the Act of June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and Large, page 768), commonly called the “ Food and six, (Thirty-fourth Statutes at Large, page seven Drugs Act, hundred and sixty-eight), commonly called the Food and Drugs Act,

(c) REGULATIONS.-The Secretary of Agriculture is authorized to make rules and regulations to carry out the purposes of this section, and in such rules and regulations the Secretary of Agriculture may prescribe the terms and conditions for the destruction of all cattle, sheep, and other domestic ruminants, and swine, and of all meats, offered for entry and refused admission into the United States, unless such cattle, sheep, domestic ruminants, swine, or meats be exported by the consignee within the time fixed therefor in such rules and regulations. and that the Secretary of Agriculture be

and that the Secretary of Agriculture be and hereby is authorized to make rules and regu- and hereby is authorized to make rules and regulalations to carry out the purposes of this paragraph, tions to carry out the purposes of this provision, and that in such rules and regulations the Secretary and that in such rules and regulations the Secretary of Agriculture may prescribe the terms and condi- of Agriculture may prescribe the terms and conditions for the destruction for food purposes of all tions for the destruction of all such meats offered for such meats offered for entry and refused admission entry and refused admission into the United States into the United States unless the same be exported unless the same be exported by the consignee by the consignee within the time fixed therefor in within the time fixed therefor in such rules and such rules and regulations.

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SEC. 307. CONVICT MADE GOODS-IMPORTATION PROHIBITED.

All goods, wares, articles, and merchandise mined, produced or manufactured wholly or in part in any foreign country by convict labor or/and forced labor or/and indentured labor under penal sanctions shall not be entitled to entry at any of the ports of the United States, and the importation thereof is hereby prohibited, and the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized and directed to prescribe such regulations as may be necessary for the enforcement of this provision. The provisions of this section relating to goods, wares, articles, and merchandise mined, produced, or manufactured by forced labor or/and indentured labor, shall take effect on January 1, 1932; but in no case shall such provisions be applicable to goods, wares, articles, or merchandise so mined, produced, or manufactured which are not mined, produced, or manufactured in such quantities in the United States as to meet the consumptive demands of the United States.

“Forced labor," as herein used, shall mean all work or service which is exacted from any person under the menace of any penalty for its nonperformance and for which the worker does not offer himself voluntarily. ACT OF 1913

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SEC. IV.

I. That all goods, wares, articles, and merchandise manufactured wholly or in part in any foreign country by convict labor shall not be entitled to entry at any of the ports of the United States, and the importation thereof is hereby prohibited, and the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized and directed to prescribe such regulations as may be necessary for the enforcement of this provision.

SEC. 307. That all goods, wares, articles, and merchandise manufactured wholly or in part in any foreign country by convict labor shall not be entitled to entry at any of the ports of the United States, and the importation thereof is hereby prohibited, and the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized and directed to prescribe such regulations as may be necessary for the enforcement of this provision.

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SEC. 308. TEMPORARY FREE IMPORTATION UNDER BOND FOR EXPORTATION.

The following articles, when not imported for sale or for sale on approval, may be admitted into the United States under such rules and regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe, without the payment of duty, under bond for their exportation within six months from the date of importation, which period may, in the discretion of the Secretary of the Treasury (whether such articles are imported before or after this section becomes effective), be extended, upon application, for a further period not to exceed six months:

(1) Machinery or other articles to be altered or repaired;

(2) Models of women's wearing apparel imported by manufacturers for use solely as models in their own establishment, and not for sale;

(3) Samples solely for use in taking orders for merchandise, or for examination with a view to reproduction;

(4) Articles intended solely for experimental purposes, and upon satisfactory proof to the Secretary that any such article has been destroyed because of its use for experimental purposes such bond may be canceled without the payment of duty;

(5) Automobiles, motor cycles, bicycles, airplanes, airships, balloons, motor boats, racing shells and similar vehicles and craft, teams and saddle horses, all of which are brought temporarily into the United States by nonresidents for touring purposes, or for the purposes of taking part in races or other specific contests;

(6) Locomotives, cars and coaches, and repair equipment belonging to railroads brought temporarily into the United States for the purpose of clearing obstructions, fighting fires, or making emergency repairs on lines the property of railroads within the United States;

(7) Containers for compressed gases which comply with the laws and regulations for the transportation of such containers in the United States;

(8) Articles imported by illustrators and photographers for use solely as models in their own establishments, in the illustrating of catalogues, pamphlets, or advertising matter.

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SEC. IV.

J. Subsection 4. That machinery or other articles to be altered or repaired, molders' patterns for use in the manufacture of castings intended to be and actually exported within six months from the date of importation thereof, models of women's wearing apparel imported by manufacturers for use as models in their own establishments, and not for sale, samples solely for use in taking orders for merchandise, articles intended solely for experimental purposes, and automobiles, motor cycles, bicycles, aeroplanes, airships, balloons, motor boats, racing shells, teams, and saddle horses, and similar vehicles and craft brought temporarily into the United States by nonresidents for touring purposes or for the purpose of taking part in races or other specific contests, may be admitted without the payment of duty under bond for their exportation within six months from the date of importation and under such

egulations and oject to such conditions as the Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe: Provided, That no article shall be entitled to entry under this section that is intended for sale or which is imported for sale on approval.

SEC. 308. That the following articles, when not imported for sale or for sale on approval, may be admitted into the United States under such rules and regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe, without the payment of duty under bond for their exportation within six months from the date of importation:

(1) Machinery or other articles to be altered or repaired;

(2) Models of women's wearing apparel imported by manufacturers for use solely as models in their own establishments, and not for sale;

(3) Molder's patterns for use in the manufacture of castings;

(4) Samples solely for use in taking orders for merchandise;

(5) Articles intended solely for experimental purposes, and upon satisfactory proof to the Secretary that any such article has been destroyed because of its use for experimental purposes such bond may be canceled without the payment of duty;

(6) Automobiles, motorcycles, bicycles, airplanes, airships, balloons, motor boats, racing shells and siinilar vehicles and craft, teams and saddle horses, all of which are brought temporarily into the United States by nonresidents for touring purposes, or for the purposes of taking part in races or other specific contests;

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(7) Locomotives, cars and coaches, and repair equipment belonging to railroads brought temporarily into the United States for the purpose of clearing obstructions, fighting fires, or making emergency repairs on lines the property of railroads within the United States; and

(8) Containers for compressed gases which comply with the laws and regulations for the transportation of such containers in the United States.

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SEC. 309. SUPPLIES FOR CERTAIN VESSELS.

(a) EXEMPTION FROM CUSTOMS DUTIES AND INTERNAL-REVENUE TAX.-Articles of foreign or domestic manufacture or production may, under such regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe, be withdrawn from bonded warehouses or bonded manufacturing warehouses free of duty or internal-revenue tax for supplies (not including equipment) of vessels of war, in ports of the United States, of any nation which may reciprocate such privilege toward the vessels of war of the United States in its ports, or for supplies (not including equipment) of vessels of the United States employed in the fisheries or in the whaling business, or actually engaged in foreign trade or trade between the Atlantic and Pacific ports of the United States or between the United States and any of its possessions, but no such article shall be landed at any port or place in the United States or in any of its possessions.

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SEC. IV.

K. The privilege of purchasing supplies from public warehouses, free of duty, and from bonded manufacturing warehouses, free of duty or of internal-revenue tax, as the case may be, shall be extended, under such regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury shall prescribe, to the vessels of war of any nation in ports of the United States which may reciprocate such privileges toward the vessels of war of the United States in its ports.

SEC. 309. That the privilege of purchasing supplies from public warehouses, free of duty, and from bonded manufacturing warehouses, free of duty or of internal revenue tax, as the case may be, shall be extended, under such regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury shall prescribe, to the vessels of war of any nation in ports of the United States which may reciprocate such privileges toward the vessels of war of the United States in its ports.

(b) DRAWBACK.- Articles of domestic manufacture or production laden as supplies upon any such vessel shall be considered to be exported within the meaning of the drawback provisions of this Act. [No corresponding provision in act of 1913.)

(No corresponding provision in act of 1922.]

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SEC. 310. FREE IMPORTATION OF MERCHANDISE RECOVERED FROM SUNKEN AND

ABANDONED VESSELS. Whenever any vessel laden with merchandise, in whole or in part subject to duty, has been sunk in any river, harbor, bay, or waters subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, and within its limits, for the period of two years and is abandoned by the owner thereof, any person who may raise such vessel shall be permitted to bring any merchandise recovered therefrom into the port nearest to the place where such vessel was so raised free from the payment of any duty thereupon, but under such regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe.

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SEC. IV.

SEC. 310. That whenever any vessel laden with L. That whenever any vessel laden with mer- merchandise, in whole or in part subject to duty, chandise, in whole or in part subject to duty, has has been sunk in any river, harbor, bay, or waters been sunk in any river, harbor, bay, or waters sub- subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, and ject to the jurisdiction of the United States, and within its limits, for the period of two years and is within its limits, for the period of two years, and abandoned by the owner thereof, any person who is abandoned by the owner thereof, any person may raise such vessel shall be permitted to bring who may raise such vessel shall be permitted to any merchandise recovered therefrom into the port bring any merchandise recovered therefrom into nearest to the place where such vessel was so raised the port nearest to the place where such vessel was free from the payment of any duty thereupon, but so raised free from the payment of any duty there. under such regulations as the Secretary of the upon, but under such regulations as the Secretary Treasury may prescribe. of the Treasury may prescribe.

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SEC. 311. BONDED MANUFACTURING WAREHOUSES.

All articles manufactured in whole or in part of imported materials, or of materials subject to internal. revenue tax, and intended for exportation without being charged with duty, and without having an internal-revenue stamp affixed thereto, shall, under such regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe, in order to be so manufactured and exported, be made and manufactured in bonded warehouses similar to those known and designated in Treasury Regulations as bonded warehouses, class six: Provided, That the manufacturer of such articles shall first give satisfactory bonds for the faithful observance of all the provisions of law and of such regulations as shall be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury: Provided further, That the manufacture of distilled spirits from grain, starch, molasses, or sugar, including all dilutions or mixtures of them or either of them, shall not be permitted in such manufacturing warehouses.

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