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Personal effects, of certain classes of persons; entry of-Continued

Returning residents, 19 $$ 8.2 (a), 8.15 (c) (5), 8.50, 10.17, 10.20, 10.21

Seamen, 19 $$ 10.22, 10.23, 10.28 (b), 23.4
Personnel :

Deceased personnel; claims for pay and death benefits, 19 $ 24.32
Identification car 19 $ 23.33
Officers and employees performing certain duties in connection with in-

spection of vessels, signing on crews, etc.; extra compensation for

overtime services, 46 Part 143 Petroleum products, importation of, in bulk, 19 $ 13.10 Philippine trade; total or partial exemption from duty, certificate of origin, etc.,

19 $ 16.26 Pigeons, racing; invoices, exception, 19 $ 8.15 (c) (28) Plants and plant products; documents required on entry, release under bond,

detention, disposition, etc., 19 $$ 9.12 (b), 12.10–12.15 Playing cards:

Importations by mail, 19 $ 9.8

Packing and stamping, 19 $ 11.4 Poisons, economic; entry of, 19 $$ 12.1-12.6 Pollution of coastal and navigable waters; reporting of, by customs oficer, 19

$ 23.32 Ports of entry. See Air commerce regulation; and Customs districts and ports

of entry.
Possessions of United States; customs relations with:

Drawback, on merchandise exported to, 19 $ 22.27
Free entry of merchandise from various possessions:

American Samoa, 19 $ 7.8
Guam, 19 $ 7.8
Johnston Island, 19 $ 7.8
Kingman Reef, 19 $ 7.8
Midway Islands, 19 $ 7.8
Puerto Rico; spirits and wines withdrawn from warehouse for ship-

ment to, and duty on foreign-grown coffee, 19 $ 7.1
Swan Islands, 19 $ 7.10
Virgin Islands, 19 $ 7.9

Wake Island, 19 $ 7.8
Postage stamps. See Stamps.
Potatoes, seed; entry, 19 $ 10.57
Press and associations, information for, 19 § 26.5
Printed material advocating insurrection or treason or threatening bodily harm

to any person; seizure, 19 $ 12.40 Protests and reappraisements, 19 Part 17

American producers' appeals and protests; procedure, 19 § 17.11
Antidumping protests and appeals; procedure, 19 $ 17.9
Protests, 19 $ $ 17.1–17.5

Reappraisement and review, 19 $$ 17.6–17.8
Public health requirements, with respect to certain entries:

Aircraft arriving from outside United States, 19 $ 6.2
Special classes of merchandise:

Psittacine birds, 19 $ 12.26

Viruses, serums, toxins, etc., 19 $ $ 12.21–12.23
Vessels in foreign and domestic trades; pratique, 19 $ 4.70
Public international organizations. See International organizations, public.
Publications:

Books. See Books.
Copyrights. See Copyrights.
Printed material advocating insurrection or treason, or threatening bodily

harm to any person; seizure, 19 $ 12.40
Serial publications, 19 $ 10.45
Puerto Rico:

Air commerce regulations; entry and clearance documents, etc., 19 Part 6
Coffee, foreign grown, shipped to, from United States; entry consular in-

voice not required, 19 $ 7.1
Customs district and port of entry, 19 $$ 1.1, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6

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Puerto Rico-Continued
Jerked beef for sale or distribution to consumers in; free importation,

19 $ 53.1
Spirits and wines withdrawn from warehouse for shipment to, 19 § 7.1
Pulpwood; invoices, exception, 19 $ 8.15 (c) (30)
Quotas, merchandise subject to; importation of, 19 $ $ 12.49–12.51
Railroads:
Contiguous foreign territory, trains arriving from or in transit through

United States to, 19 Part 5
Locomotives and other equipment, used in international traffic; excep-

tions, 19 $$ 10.31, 10.41
Transportation of merchandise. See Transportation in bond and mer-

chandise in transit.
Rapeseed oil; entry, 19 88 10.56, 10.100
Reappraisement and review, 19 $ $ 17.6–17.8
Recording of trade-marks and trade names, 19 $$ 11.15, 11.16
Records:

See also Information.
Copies of records, made by customs employees; fees for, 19 § 24.12
Entry and clearance of vessels in foreign and domestic trade; public dis-

closure of, exception, 19 § 4.95 Importer's records, inspection of, by investigating officer, 19 $ 23.28 Records (sound); master records and metal matrices obtained therefrom,

entry of, 19 $ 10.90 Refunds of excessive duties, taxes, etc., 19 § 24.36 Reimportation of products exported for repair, under lease, etc., 19 $$ 8.2 (e),

10.8, 10.108 Relief from duties on merchandise lost, stolen, destroyed, injured, abandoned,

or short-shipped, 19 Part 15 Relig institutions. See Institutions. Remission or mitigation of fines, penalties and forfeitures, 19 $$_23.23–23.25 Repairs, articles exported for; reimportation, 19 $$ 8.2 (e), 10.8 Rescue and relief work, equipment and supplies for; entry, 19 $ 10.107 Residents returning to United States; exemptions for personal effects, etc., 19

$ $ 8.2 (a), 8.15 (c) (5), 8.50, 10.17, 10.20, 10.21, 54.2 Restraint of trade agreements, articles imported under; special duties, 19 $ 16.25 Return or unloading of cargo, requiring of, for violations, 15 379.11 Revenue stamps. See Stamps. Rice, patna, to be used in manufacture of canned soups; entry, 19 $ 10.88 Rubber, crude; invoices, exception, 19 $ 8.15 (c) (29) Salaries of customs employees and officers. See Employees and officers. Salt, imported, used for curing certain foods: Fish; withdrawal from warehouse under bond, remittance of duty, and

cancellation of bond, 19 $ $ 10.80–10.83 Meat; application for rate of drawback, filing of sworn statement, refund

of duties paid, 19 $ 22.19 Salvage vessels, application for operation, etc., 19 $ 4.97 Samoa, American: Entry of merchandise from, certificate of origin, withdrawal of mer

chandise from bonded warehouse, etc., 19 $ 7.8 Export of merchandise to; drawback allowed, 19 $ 22.27 Samples:

Commercial travelers'; entry, 19 $ 10.31, 10.36, 10.69
Merchandise not conforming to; drawback of duties, 19 $ $ 22.35-22.39

Models of women's apparel; entry, 19 $$ 10.31, 10.35
Scheduled air lines; entry, clearance, etc. See Air commerce regulations.
Scientific purposes, articles for; entry, 19 $$ 10.31, 10.34, 10.67
Scrap, tin-plate, imported or exported in violation of State Department regu-

lations; seizure and detention of, 19 § 23.31
Seal; customs seal of United States, description and use, 19 § 1.9
Seals (car, compartment, and package); kind, procurement, 19 & 24.13
Seals and sea-otters, skins; entry, 19 $$ 12.60–12.63

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Seamen, articles landed by:

Entry, penalties for undeclared articles, etc., 19 $ $ 10.22, 10.23, 23.4
Recurrent voyages; certificates for registration of cameras, radios, binocu-

lars, etc., 19 $ 10.28 (b) Seaplane bases, airports of entry. See Air commerce regulations. Securities, of United States or foreign governments; importation prohibited

of counterfeited, forged, or altered securities, 19 $ 12.48 Security: Communications, under Trading with the Enemy Act. See Trading with

the Enemy Act. Seizure of printed material or films advocating insurrection or treason,

19 $ $ 12.40, 12.41 Seeds; entry:

Agricultural and vegetable seeds, 19 $ $ 10.57, 12.16
Invoices, 19 § 8.15 (a) (9)

Potatoes, seed, 19 $ 10.57
Seizure and forfeiture of goods and property for purpose of enforcing customs

and navigation laws, etc., 19 $ $ 23.3, 23.11-23.22, 23.31
Arms, ammunition, and implements of war, 19 $ 23.31
Atomic energy source materials, 19 $ 23.31
Contraceptive literature, 19 $ 12.40
Gold, 19 $ 23.31
Helium gas, 19 $ 23.31
Insurrection or treason, films or printed material advocating, 19 $$ 12.40,

12.41
Narcotics, 19 $ 23.31

Obscene or immoral articles, 19 $$ 12.40, 12.41
Serums. See Viruses, serums, toxins, etc.
Shooks and staves; entry, 19 $ 10.5
Short shipments:
Merchandise in transit, or transported in bond; shortages, etc., 19 $ $ 18.6,

18.8
Relief from duties on, 19 $ 15.8
Silk and silk articles from Great Britain; countervailing duties on, 19 $ 16.24
Silver, articles of, false marking, 19 $ 11.13
Sirups. See Sugar and products.
Skins; entry of:

Fur-seal and sea-otter, 19 $12.60–12.63
India water buffalo, 19 $ 10.86

Wool-bearing, 19 $ 10.77
Smelting and refining warehouses, regulations respecting, 19 $ $ 19.17–19.28
Snuff:

Packing and stamping, 19 $ 11.2
Withdrawal from warehouse for use on vessels engaged in foreign, inter-

coastal, etc., trade, 19 $ 10.65
Societies. See Institutions or societies.
Special classes of merchandise, 19 Part 12
Animals:

Domestic animals, animal products, and feed, 19 $ 12.24

Wild animals, 19 $ $ 12.26–12.28
Antitoxins. See Viruses, serums, toxins, and antitoxins.
Birds, wild, 19 $ $ 12.26–12.29
Caustic or corrosive substances, 19 $$ 12.1-12.6
Coins, illustrations or reproductions of, 19 $ 12.48
Convict, forced or indentured labor, merchandise produced by, 19 $$ 12.42–

12.45
Corrosive substances. See Caustic or corrosive substances.
Cosmetics. See Food, drugs, and cosmetics.
Counterfeit coins, obligations, and other securities, 19 $ 12.48
Drugs. See Food, drugs, and cosmetics, and Narcotic drugs.
Economic poisons, 19 $ $ 12.1–12.6
Feed, animal, 19 § 12.24
Films, prohibited, 19 $ 12.41

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Special classes of merchandise, 19 Part 12—Continued
Food, drugs, and cosmetics, 19 $$ 12.1–12.6

See also Meat; Milk; and Narcotic drugs.
Fungicides and insecticides, 19 $$ 12.1-12.6
Honeybees, 19 $ 12.32
Immoral articles, 19 $ $ 12.40, 12.41
Insecticides and fungicides, 19 8$ 12.1-12.6
Insects, 19 $ $ 12.31, 12.32
Liquors, 19 $ $ 12.37, 12.38
Matches:
Importation or exportation; affidavit that matches contain no white

or yellow phosphorus, 19 $$ 12.34, 12.35
White phosphorus matches; importation and exportation prohibited,

19 88 12.34, 12.35
Meat and meat-food products, 19 $$ 12.8, 12.9
Milk and cream, 19 $ 12.7
Narcotic drugs, 19 $ 12.36
Plants and plant products, 19 $$ 12.10-12.15
Poisons, economic, 19 $ $ 12.1-12.6
Quotas, merchandise subject to, 19 $ $ 12.49–12.51
Seeds, agricultural and vegetable, 19 $$ 10.57, 12.16
Serums. See Viruses, serums.
Skins, fur-seal and sea-otter, 19 $$ 12.60–12.63
Stamps, illustrations or reproductions of, 19 12.48
Tea, 19 § 12.33
Toxins. See Viruses, serums, toxins, and antitoxins.
Unfair methods of competition in importation or sale of merchandise;

exclusion from entry, entry under bond, 19 g 12.39
Viruses, serums, toxins, and antitoxins:

For treatment of domestic animals, 19 $$ 12.17–12.20

For treatment of man, 19 $$ 12.21-12.23 Whaling, 19 $ 12.30 Specifications, merchandise not conforming to; drawback of duties, 19

88 22.32-22.35
Spirits. See Liquors, distilled spirits.
Splitting of shipments:

Merchandise in transit through United States to foreign countries, 19 § 18.24
Warehouse withdrawals for exportation or for transportation and exporta-

tion, 19 $ 18.19 Stamps, postage or revenue:

Illustrations or reproductions of; importation, 19 $ 12.48
Invoices; exception, 19 $ 8.15 (c) (14)

Tobacco, in baggage; affixing of internal revenue stamps, 19 $ 10.21 (1) Stations, customs:

In Canada, 19 $ 1.3
Requirements for transaction of customs business at places other than

ports of entry, 19 $ 1.2 Stolen property: Automobiles, airplanes, etc.; entry not required on return to United States

from Mexico, 19 $ 5.13
Canada; return of property stolen in, 19 23.34

Merchandise lost, stolen, etc.; relief from duties on, 19 part 15
Storage charges, 19 $$ 19.7, 24.12
Sugar and products:
Countervailing duties on sugar and sugar contents of articles from Australia

and Great Britain, 19 $ 16.24
Drawback of duties on sugars and sirups, 19 $ $ 22.1, 22.5, 22.6 (b)
Estimated duties on sugars, sirups, and molasses; weighing, gauging, sam-

pling, etc., 19 $$ 13.1-13.9
Sureties. See Bonds.
Swan Islands: products of, admitted free of duty, 19 § 7.10
Tariff classification of prospective imports, 19 $ 16.10a

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Taxes:

Applicability of laws relating to customs duties, 19 $ $ 16.15, 16.16
Computation of, 19 $ $ 16.2, 16.15, 16.16
Drawback of taxes:
Alcohol, domestic tax-paid, certain articles manufactured from, 19

8 $ 22.22–22.26
Supplies for vessels, 19 $ 22.18
Financial and accounting procedure, 19 $ $ 24.1, 24.11, 24.36
Free importation. See Free entry of certain imports.
Stamping of articles subject to. See Packing and stamping.

Tonnage taxes, on vessels, 19 $ $ 4.20-4.24
Taxicabs. See Motor vehicles.
Tea; entry:

Examination for customs purposes, 19 $ 12.33
In baggage, for personal use, 19 $ 10.21 (k)
Invoices, 19 § 8.15
Regulations under Tea Importation Act, by Food and Drug Administration,

respecting customs custody, examination, etc., 21 Part 281 Theatrical effects; entry, 19 $ $ 10.33, 10.68 Tin-plate scrap imported or exported in violation of State Department regula

tions; seizure and detention of, 19 $ 23.31 Tobacco and products (cigars, cigarettes, etc.) : Importation:

By mail, 19 $ 9.8
By nonresidents; exemption, 19 $ 10.18 (e)
By returning residents; exemption, 19 § 10.17 (d)

In baggage; affixing of internal revenue stamps, 19 $ 10.21 (1)
Packing and stamping, 19 $$ 11.1, 11.2
Warehouses:

Cigar-manufacturing, 19 $ 19.16
Withdrawal from warehouse for use on vessels engaged in foreign,

intercoastal, etc., trade, 19 $ 10.65 Toilet preparations (including perfumery) manufactured from domestic tax

paid alcohol; drawback of duties, 19 $ $ 22.22–22.26 Tonnage measurement of vessels. See Vessels. Tonnage taxes, on vessels; payment, exemptions, refund, etc., 19 $$ 4.20–4.24 Tools of trade; entry, 19 $ $ 8.2 (b), 8.50, 10.15, 10.20, 10.31, 10.36 Toxins. See Viruses, serums, toxins, etc. Trade-marks and trade names; recording and protection of, detention, seizure,

exportation and release of merchandise, 19 $$ 11.14-11.17 Trade practices, unfair:

See also Unfair competition.
Restraint of trade agreements, articles imported under; special duties,

19 $ 16.25 Trading with the Enemy Act, regulations under, 19 Part 52 Communications; declaration regarding, search and detention of person

carrying, report to United States attorney, license:
Arriving in United States, 19 $ 52.1

Departing from United States, 19 $ 52.2
Communications for enemy or allies of enemy not to be licensed, 19 $ 52.9
Cooperation among Government agencies, 19 $ 52.8
Definition of “enemy or ally of enemy", 19 $ 52.10
Examination of imports and exports for detection of communications,

19 $ 52.3
License:
Procedure for obtaining:

General license, extending over period of time, 19 $ 52.5

Particular communications, license to take or send, 19 $ 52.4
Revocation of, 19 $ 52.7
Reference of doubtful cases to Customs Agency Service for investigation

and reports, 19 $ 52.6
Statutory provisions, Executive order, 19 $ 52.0
Trailers. See Motor vehicles.
Trains. See Railroads.

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