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Customs Bureau—Continued
Duties—Continued
Relief from, on merchandise lost, stolen, destroyed, injured, abandoned,

or short-shipped, 19 Part 15
Special classes of merchandise. See Special classes of merchandise.
Educational institutions. See Institutions.
Educational purposes, articles for; entry, 19 $ $ 10.34, 10.67
Employees and officers, compensation due:

Deceased employees; unpaid salaries and death benefits, 19 § 24.32
Overtime services, overtime compensation, and rate of compensation, 19

$ 24.16
Reimbursable services, other than overtime, 19 $ 24.17

Storekeeper, customs warehouse, 19 $ 19.5
Enforcement of customs and navigation laws, 19 Part 23
Appearance of importer and others, and examination under oath, 19

§ 23.29 Baggage, undeclared, of passengers from foreign countries; penalties, etc.,

19 § 23,5 Boarding of vessels or vehicles by customs officers for purpose of exam

ining manifest, inspecting, examining and searching vessel, persons,

baggage or merchandise, 19 § 23.1 Bribery of customs officers and employees; referral to United States at

torney for prosecution, 19 § 23.30 Canada; return of property stolen in, 19 $ 23.34 Compromise of Government claims under customs laws; offer of, deposit

of amount, acceptance or rejection of, 19 § 23.26 Controlled imports and exports (arms, munitions, helium, etc.); seizure

and detention of goods imported or exported in violation of State

Department regulations, 19 $ 23.31
Customs supervision, 19 § 23.35
Entry by false invoice, declaration, other document or statement; for-

feiture, liability for duty, 19 § 23.6
Forfeiture of goods and property. See Seizure and forfeiture of goods

and property.
Identification cards, for customs officers and employees, 19 § 23.33
Informers; claims for compensation, 19 § 23.27
Inspection of importer's books, records, etc., by investigating officer, 19

§ 23.28
Licensing of vessels of less than 30 net tons, 19 § 23.2
Maritime Administration vessels; exemption from penalty for violation of

customs revenue or navigation laws, 19 § 23.10
Merchandise imported contrary to any law; action to be taken, 19 $ 23.8
Mitigation of fines, penalties, and forfeitures, 19 $$ 23.23-23.25
Narcotic drugs and marihuana, unmanifested or unladen without permit;

penalties, 19 $ $ 23.3, 23.9, 23.31
Pollution of coastal and navigable waters, 19 $ 23.32
Remission or mitigation of fines, penalties and forfeitures, 19 88 23.23–23.25
Seamen, articles landed by; declaration, entry, penalties for undeclared

articles, etc., 19 § 23.4
Seizure and forfeiture of goods and property; who may make, appraise-

ment of, claims and petitions in connection with, release or disposition,

sale of goods and disposition of proceeds, etc., 19 $$ 23.11–23.22 Seizure of vessels, vehicles, or aircraft, violating certain laws, 19 $ $ 23.3,

23.31 Warrant issued to customs officer to search for and seize merchandise,

19 § 23.11 Entry and clearance:

Of aircraft. See Air commerce regulations.

Of vessels, in foreign and domestic trade. See Vessels. Entry of merchandise: Articles conditionally free, subject to reduced rate, etc. See Articles con

ditionally free. Blocked nationals; imports subject to provisions of Executive Order 8389,

as amended, and Proclamation 2497, regarding. See Blocked nationals. By mail. See Mail, importations and exportations by.

Customs Bureau-Continued
Entry of merchandise-Continued
Contiguous countries (Canada, Mexico), imports from; manifests, report of

arrival, etc., 19 $ 5.1
Duties. See Duties.
Entry of imported merchandise, 19 $$ 8.3–8.59

Certain shipments of unconditionally free merchandise, 19 $ 8.51a
Combined entry for rewarehouse and withdrawal for consumption, 19

§ 8.35
Copper-bearing materials; entry and sampling not for smelting or re-

fining in bond, 19 $ 8.47
Entry by appraisement, 19 $ 8.50
Entry for consumption, 19 $ $ 8.27–8.29
Entry for exportation, exportation of rejected merchandise, 19 $ 8.49
Entry for rewarehouse, 19 $$ 8.33, 8.34
Entry for warehouse, 19 $$ 8.30–8.32
Exportation under warehouse withdrawal for transportation, 19 $ 8.36
General provisions; filing of entry, examination of merchandise, in-

voices, release of merchandise, etc., 19 $$ 8.3–8.26
Immediate delivery, landing and delivery of articles for, 19 $ 8.59
Informal entries, 19 $ 8.51
Metals, crude, entry, sampling and assaying, 19 $$ 8.46–8.48
Ores; entry and sampling of crude metals and ores not for smelting in

bond, 19 $ 8.46
Packed packages; marking, entry, when entry not required, 19 $ 8.52
Unconditionally free merchandise, entry of 19 $ 8.51a
Warehouses:

Entries for, 19 $$ 8.30–8.35

Withdrawals, 19 $$ 8.36–8.45
Withdrawal at original or secondary port:

For consumption, 19 S$ 8.37–8.40

For exportation, 19 $ $ 8.41-8.45
Free entry. See Free entry.
From or into foreign-trade zone. See Foreign-trade zones.
In violation of customs or navigation laws. See Enforcement of customs

and navigation laws.
Insular possessions of United States, entry of articles from, 19 $ 7.8
Special classes of merchandise. See Special classes of merchandise.

Transportation without appraisement. See Transportation in bond. Evacuees; free importation of personal and household effects of, during period

of war, 19 $ 54.2 Examination of merchandise:

For appraisement purposes. See Appraisement.

For classification purposes; in-bond merchandise, 19 § 18.9 Excise tax, payment of; customs procedure in connection with exportation of

certain articles without payment of excise tax. See main heading Internal

Revenue Service. Exhibitions, articles for; entry: Animals, art works, etc.; procedure on entry, 19 $$ 8.2 (f), 10.31, 10.32, 10.49,

10.66 Archeological articles; invoices, exception, 19 $ 8.15 (c) (21) Experimental articles; temporary importation, 19 $ 10.31 Export clearance, authority of Bureau respecting; regulations of Foreign Com

merce Bureau, 15 Part 379 Exportation of merchandise: Arms, munitions, helium, etc., exported in violation of State Department

regulations; seizure and detention of, 19 § 23.31 Blocked nationals; licenses for exports subject to provisions of Executive

Order 8389, as amended, and Proclamation 2497, regarding blocked

nationals, 19 $ $ 51.1, 51.2 Continuous customs custody, exportation of merchandise from; drawback

of duties on, 19 $ $ 22.27-22.31 Drawback; notice of exportation on merchandise on which drawback is

to be claimed, etc., 19 $ $ 22,7-22.12, 22.27–22.31 Entry for exportation, 19 $ 8.49

Customs Bureau-Continued
Exportation of merchandise Continued

Foreign-trade zones, direct exportation from, 19 $ 30.15
Lading for export; verification, 19 § 18.7
Mail, exportation by, 19 $ 9.11
Matches, exportation of, 19 $ $ 12.34, 12.35
Opium prepared for smoking purposes; exportation prohibited, 19 $ 23.9
Reimportation of products exported for repairs, under lease, etc., 19 $$ 10.8,

10.108
Unentered, rejected, etc. merchandise, exportation of; drawback of duties

on, 19 $$ 8.49, 18.25-18.27 Warehouse withdrawals for exportation. See Warehouses. Extensions of time in warehouses. See Warehouses. Feed, animal; entry, 19 $ 12.24 Fees: Customs fees for certificates, copies of records made by customs employees,

and storage; rates, receipts, etc., 19 $ 24.12 Navigation fees for vessels in foreign or domestic trade, 19 g 4.98 FE

and fe lizer materials; invoices, exception, 19 $ 8.15 (c) (30) (i) Films, motion picture and newsreel:

Copyrights. See Copyrights.
Entry, 19 $ $ 8.15 (c) (30), 10.1 (c), 10.10, 10.68, 10.89, 12.41
Prohibited entry; obscene or immoral matter, or matter advocating treason

or insurrection, 19 $ 12.41
Financial and accounting procedure, customs, 19 Part 24
Authority with respect to certain financial matters:

To incur expenses, 19 $ 24.31

To receive customs collections, 19 $ 24.2
Bills and accounts; form, receipt for payment, original bill to accompany

payment, 19 $ 24.3
Bonds; sums to be collected as liquidated damages, sureties, etc. See Bonds,

customs.
Checks receivable, 19 $ 24.1
Claims:

Creditors, public, deceased or incompetent; payments due to, 19 § 24.70
Deceased employee; claims for unpaid salary or death benefits, 19

§ 24.32
Drawback claims; verification, 19 $ 22.38
Miscellaneous claims, 19 § 24.73
Personal injury, or damage to or loss of privately-owned property, 19

$ 24.71
Proceeds of sale of merchandise, 19 $ 24.25

Set-off of, 19 $ 24.72
Creditors, public; claims for payment due deceased or incompetent con-

tractor, 19 $ 24.70
Damages to or loss of privately owned property; claims, 19 $ 24.71
Duties:

Checks receivable for, 19 $ 24.1
Increased or additional; notice to importer, 19 $ 24.11

Refunds, 19 $ 24.36
Employees and officers; compensation:

Deceased employees; unpaid salaries or death benefits, 19 $ 24.32
Overtime services, overtime compensation and rate of compensation,

19 $ 24.16
Reimbursable services, other than overtime, 19 $ 24.17
Fees, for certificates, copies of records made by customs employees, and

storage, 19 8 24.12
Forms, salable, 19 $ 24.14
Increased or additional duties or taxes; notice to importer, 19 $ 24.11
Officers, customs; compensation. See Employees and officers.
Personal injury, claims, 19 $ 24.71
Receipts, 19, $ 24.3
Refunds of excessive duties, taxes, etc., 19 $ 24.36
Seals; car, compartment, and package, 19 $ 24.13
Storage charges, 19 8 24.12

Customs Bureau-Continued
Financial and accounting procedure, customs, 19 Part 24—Continued
Taxes:

Checks receivable for, 19 $ 24.1
Increased or additional; notice to importer, 19 $ 24.11

Refunds, 19 $ 24.36
Unclaimed merchandise, sale of; claims for surplus proceeds, 19 $ 24.25

Vouchers, vendors' bills of sale, invoices, 19 $ 24.34
Fines, penalties and forfeitures; remission or mitigation of, 19 $$ 23.23–23.25
Fish, shellfish, and products; invoices, exception, 19 $ 8.15 (c) (30)
Fisheries:

American fisheries, products of; entry, 19 $ $ 10.78, 10.79
Vessels allowed in United States port, enrollment, registration, clearance

for whaling voyage, etc., 19 § 4.96 Flasks, quicksilver:

See also containers.

Reentry, 19 $ 10.7
Flavoring extracts manufactured from domestic tax-paid alcohol; drawback

of internal revenue tax, 19 $ $ 22.22–22.26
Flaxseed and flaxseed oil; drawback of duties, 19 $ $ 22.1, 22.5
Flower bulbs; invoices, exception, 19 $ 8.15 (c) (30)
Fluxing material, copper-bearing; entry, 19 $ 10.98
Food:

See also Dairy products; and Meat.
Customs enforcement of Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act,

19 $ $ 12.1-12.6
Returning residents; exemption for foodstuffs, 19 $ 10.17 (d)
Foreign clearances, for vessels. See Vessels.
Foreign countries, governments, etc:

Contiguous foreign countries. See Canada; and Mexico.
Export duties, foreign; duties conting upon, 19 $ 16.20
Merchandise in transit through United States to, 19 $ $ 18.20–18.24
Military personnel, foreign; free entry of articles for use of, 19 § 10.30c
Representatives of, and diplomatic and consular officers; entry of baggage

and importations for, 19 $$ 10.29, 10.30, 10.30a, 10.30b
Vessels, foreign government, arriving from foreign ports without commer-

cial cargo; report of arrival, manifest, etc., 19 $ 4.5 Foreign exchange:

Conversion of currency, 19 $ 16.4
Invoices; exceptions for currency brought into United States as medium

of exchange, 19 $ 8.15 (c) (13)
Rates of exchange; invoices of merchandise from country having two or

more rates of exchange, 19 $ 8.13 (i) Foreign-trade zones, 19 Part 30

See also main heading Foreign-Trade Zones Board.
Admission of merchandise in zone, 19 $$ 30.1, 30.5
Application, zone; who may file, 19 $ 30.4
Customs control of merchandise in zone, 19 $ 30.11
Customs expenses, reimbursement of, 19 $ 30.18
Destruction of merchandise in zone, 19 $ 30.13
Exportation, direct, from zone, 19 $ 30.15
Manipulation, manufacture, or exhibition in zone, 19 $ 30.12
Privileged or non-privileged merchandise:

Domestic, 19 $$ 30.7, 30.9

Foreign, 19 S$ 30.6, 30.8
Sending merchandise from zone into customs territory, 19 $ 30.14
Supplies, equipment, and repair material for vessels or aircraft; merchan-

dise for, laden on vessels or aircraft in zone, 19 $ 30.16
Transfer of merchandise from one zone to another, 19 8 30.17
Transportation of merchandise to zone, 19 $ 30.3
Use of zone by carriers, 19 $ 30.2

Zone-restricted merchandise, 19 $ 30.10
Forfeiture of goods and property for purpose of enforcing customs and naviga-

tion laws, 19 $ 23.22
Mitigation of forfeitures, 19 $ $ 23.23–23.25

Customs Bureau-Continued

Forms, salable; orders for, preparation of, payment and receipt, 19 $ 24.14
Free entry of certain imports:
Articles conditionally free, subject to reduced rate, etc. See Articles con-

ditionally free.
Certain importations temporarily free of duty, 19 Part 54

Gifts, bona fide, from member of armed forces of United States, 19 $ 54.3
Personal and household effects of certain classes of persons in service

of United States, of their families, and of evacuees, 19 $ 54.2 International public organizations accorded free entry privileges, 19

$ $ 10.30a, 10.30b Jerked beef, for sale or distribution to consumers in Puerto Rico, 19 $ 53.1 Fruits and vegetables in natural state; invoices, exception, 19 $ 8.15 (c) (30) Fungicides and insecticides; entry, 19 $$ 12.1–12.6 Funnel marks for vessels, registration of, 19 $$ 3.80, 3.81 Fur products:

Labeling to indicate composition, 19 11.12a

Seal and sea-otter skins; entry, 19 $ $ 12.60–12.63
Furniture. See Household effects.
Game animals or birds; entry, 19 $$ 10.75, 10.76, 12.26–12.29
Gas, helium. See Helium gas.
Gasoline; importation of petroleum products in bulk, 19 $ 13.10
General Services Administration, importations by, 19 § 10.104
Gifts:

From members of armed forces; free importation during war, 19 $ 54.3
From persons in foreign countries to persons in United States, 19 $$ 8.15 (c)

(7), 8.50, 9.6
From returning residents, 19 $ 10.17 (c)
Gold:

Articles of; false marking, 19 $ 11.13
Importation and exportation of, duties of customs collectors with respect

to; regulations of Monetary Offices, Treasury Department, pursuant

to Gold Reserve Act of 1934, 31 $ $ 54.7, 54.8, 54.32, 54.33 Seizure of vessels, vehicles, or aircraft transporting, in violation of certain

laws, 19 $$ 23.3, 23.31 Government, United States. See United States Government. Grain: Grain from Canada, to be ground and returned; exemption from duty,

19 $ 5.14
Screenings; invoices, exception, 19 $ 8.15 (c) (23)
Great Britain:

Countervailing duties on spirits, silk and silk articles, and sugar, 19 § 16.24
Samples, commercial travelers’; free entry under reciprocal agreement,

19 $ 10.69 Guam: Entry of merchandise from, certificate of origin, withdrawal of merchan

dise from bonded warehouse, etc., 19 $ 7.8 Export of merchandise to; drawback of duties allowed, 19 & 22.27 Guantanamo Bay Naval Station, Cuba:

Entry of articles of foreign origin, 19 $ 7.11

Exports to; drawback of duties, 19 $8 22.2, 22.27
Hair. See Wool and hair.
Hawaii:

Air commerce regulations; entry and clearance, documents, etc., 19 Part 6

Customs district and port of entry, 19 $ $ 1.1, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6
Helium gas:
Exportation of; filing of licenses and declarations with collector of customs,

State Department regulations, 22 $ 76.14
Helium gas imported or exported in violation of certain laws; seizure and

detention of vessels, vehicles, or aircraft transporting, 19 $ $ 23.3, 23.31 Hides:

See also Skins.

India water buffalo hides; entry, 19 $ 10.86 Honeybees, importation, 19 $ 12.32

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