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1951T2. E. R. 2079) (E. 0. 10042, Mar. 10, 1949; 14 F. R.

1155).
*Beaufort-Morehead City (T.D.55637) Charlotte (T.D.56079).
Durham (E. O. 4876, May

3, 1928) (E. O. 9433, A pr. 6, 1944,
9 F. R. 3761 ).
• Elizabeth City.
Elkin (E. O. 10042, Mar. 10, 1949; 14 F. R. 1155).
Reidsville (E. 0. 6159, July 18, 1929) (E. O. 9433, Apr. 6,

1944,9 R. F. 3761),

Winston-Salem (E. O. 2366, Apr. 24, 1916).
Ohio.

The State of Ohio, and the county of Erie in the State of *CLEVELAND, OHIO (including territory described in
Pennsylvania.

T. D. 54734).
Akron, Ohio (E. O. 4597, Feb. 25, 1927).

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Ashtabula, Ohio.
*Cincinnati, Ohio.
Columbus, Ohio. EZ

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310
Conneaut, Ohio.

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Dayton, Ohio.IT POE
*Erie, Pa.
*Sandusky, Ohio.

*Toledo, Ohio (including territory described in T. D. 54137).
Oregon (E. O. 2307, Feb. 7, 1916)-- The State of Oregon and that part of the State of Wash- *PORTLAND, OREG. (including territory described in

ington which embraces the waters of the Columbia E. O. 3390, Jan. 24, 1921, E. 0. 5193, Sept. 14, 1929. and the
River and the north bank of the said river west of 119° territory described in T. D. 53033) (T. D. 53033, June 27,
west longitude.

1952; 17 F. R. 5982).
* Astoria, Oreg. (E. O. 5193, Sept. 14, 1929).
Longview, Wash. (E.0.4956, Aug. 31, 1928) (including terri.
tory described in E. 0. 5193, Sept. 14, 1929, and T. D.

53514).

*Coos Bay (E. O. 4094, Oct. 28, 1924) (E. 0. 5193, Sept. 14,
PETITS 1929) (E. O. 5445, Sept. 16, 1930) (E. O. 9533, Mar. 23,

1945, 10 F. R. 3173).
Newport,

Oreg.
Philadelphia.

That part of the State of Pennsylvania lying east of 79° *PHILADELPHIA, PA. (including Camden and Glouces-
west longitude, the State of Delaware, and

that part of ter City, N. J., and territory described in E. 0. 7840,
the State of New Jersey not included in district 10 Mar. 15, 1938; 3 F. R. 687 T. D. 53738 and T. D. 54303).
(New York).

Chester, Pa. (E. O. 7706. Sept. 11, 1937; 2 F. R. 1848).
*Wilmington. Del. (E. O. 4496, Aug. 12, 1926) (including

territory described in T. D. 54202)
The State of West Virginia and that part of the State of *PITTSBURGH, PA.
Pittsburgh---
Pennsylvania lying west of 790 west longitude. except

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*Mayaguez (T. D. 52975, Apr. 15, 1952; 17 F. R. 3580). *Ponce (T. D. 52975, Apr. 15, 1952; 17 F. R. 3580) (including

territory described in T. D. 54017). The State of Rhode Island.

*PROVIDENCE.

*Newport.
The counties of Oswego, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, *ROCHESTER.

Seneca, Wayne, Broome, Tompkins, Chenango, Madi- *Oswego.
son, Cortland, Hamilton, Schuyler, Chemung, Herki. Sodus Point.
mer, Monroe, Ontario, Livingston, Yates, Steuben, Syracuse. COME-3221)
Orleans, Genesee, Wyoming, Allegany, and Tioga in the Utica.

State of New York
That part of the State of Texas from Sabine Pass north *PORT ARTHUR, TEX. (including territory described

along State line to north boundary line of Shelby in T. D. 54137).
County; west to Neches River; down western shore of *Beaumont, Tex. (E. O. 4502, Sept. 1, 1926) (including
said river to north boundary of Jefferson County; wester- territory described in T. D. 54137).
ly along said boundary to east boundary of Liberty *Lake Charles, La. (E. 0. 5475, Nov. 3, 1930) (including
County; south to Gulf; also the parishes of Cameron territory described in T. D. 54137). ...to
and Calcasieu in the State of Louisiana.

Orange, Tex. (E. O. 7495, Nov. 14, 1936; 1 F. R. 1867) (in.

cluding territory described in T. D. 54137).

Sabine. Tex (including territory described in T. D. 54137).
The counties of San Diego and Imperial in the State of *SAN DIEGO (T. D. 54741).
California.

E. O.

Tecate (E. O. 4780, Dec 13, 1927). WEMA SEGU
That part of the State of California lying north of the *SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND, CALIF. (including

northern boundaries of the counties of San Luis Obispo, all points on San Francisco Bay, all points on San Pablo
Kern and San Bernardino, and the State of Utah and Bay, Carquinez Strait, and Suisun Bay, and all points
the State of Nevada, except Clark County.

on the San Joaquin River in Contra Costa County, State
of California, as far as Antioch Bridge) and including ter-
triory described in T.D. 56020). (E. O. 10042, Mar. 10,

1949; 14 F. R. 1155 and T. D. 53738).
*Eureka, Calif.

Note: Collector of customs located at San Francisco. )
The State of South Carolina..

*CHARLESTON (including territory described in T. D.

53994).

*Georgetown. The counties of Clinton, Essex, Franklin, St. Lawrence, *OGDENSBURG,

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Jefferson, and Lewis in the State of New York.

Alexandria Bay (including the township of Alexandria,
County of

Jefferson, and that portion of the township of
Orleans, County of Jefferson, lying north of 44°15',

north latitude) (E, O. 10042, Mar. 10, 1949: 14 F. R. 1155).
*Cape Vincent.
Champlain,

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Chateaugay

von MK
Clayton.
Fort Covington.
Mooers.
Morristown,
Massena (T.D. 54834).
*Rouses Point

Trout Pinon (mT EC071

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"ST. LOUIS, MO (including East St. Louis, Ill.).
*Kansas City, Mo. (including Kansas City, Kans. and

North Kansas City, Mo.) (E. O 8528. Aug. 27, 1940).
St. Joseph, Mo.
*MEMPÁIS, TENN.
*Chattanooga, Tenn.
*Nashville, Tenn.
ST. ALBANS, VT. (including township oiSt. Albans and

Swanton) (E.0.3925, Nov, 13, 1923) (E.0.7632, June 15,

1937; 2 F. R. 1042).
Alburg, Vt.
Beecher Falls, Vt.
*Burlington, Vt. (including the town of South Burlington)

(T. D. 54677).
Derby Line, Vt.
Highgate Springs, Vt. (including township of Highgate)

(E. 0.7632, June 15, 1937; 2 F. R. 1042).
Island Pond, Vt.
Newport, Vt.
North Troy, Vt.
Richford, Vt.
*NORFOLK and *NEWPORT NEWS (including the

waters and shores of Hampton Roads).
* Alexandria.
*Cape Charles City,
Petersburg.
*Reed ville.
Richmond,
*SEATTLE (including territory described in T. D. 53576).
* Aberdeen. (including territory described in T. D. 56229).
Anacortes (including territory described in T. D. 53861).
*Bellingham (including territory described in T. D. 53738).
Blaine (E. O 5835, Apr. 13, 1932).
Danville.

TET
Everett.
Ferry.
Friday Harbor (E. O. 9433, A pr. 6, 1944, 9 F. R. 3761).
Laurier.
Lynden (E. O. 7632, June 15, 1937; 2 F. R. 1042).
Metaline Falls (E. 0.7632. June 15. 1937. 2 F. R. 1042).
Neah Bay (E. O. 10088, Dec. 3, 1949; 14 F. R. 7287).
Nighthawk.
Northport.
Olympia (E. O. 4780, Dec. 13, 1927)
Oroville (E. O. 5206. Oct 11, 1929).

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Virginia (E.0.3234, Feb. 27, 1920)

The State of Virginia.

ககபயை auu swanton) (E.0. 3925, Nov. 13, 1923) (E.0.7632, June 15,

1937; 2 F. R. 1042),
Alburg, Vt.
Beecher Falls, Vt.
*Burlington, Vt. (including the town of South Burlington)

(T. D, 54677).
Derby Line, Vt.
Highgate Springs, Vt. (including township of Highgate)

(E. 0. 7632, June 15, 1937; 2 F. R. 1042).
Island Pond, Vt.
Newport, vt.
North Troy, Vt.
Richford, vt.
*NORFOLK and *NEWPORT NEWS (including the

waters and shoros of Hampton Roads).
*Alexandria.
*Cape Charles City.
Petersburg.
*Reed ville.
Richmond.
*SEATTLE (including territory described in T. D, 53576).
*Aberdeen. (including territory described in T. D. 56229).
Anacortes (including territory described in T. D. 53861),
*Bellingham (including territory described in T. D. 53738).
Blaine (E.0 5835, Apr. 13, 1932).
Danville.
Everett.
Ferry.
Friday Harbor (E. O. 9433, Apr. 6, 1944, 9 F. R. 3761).
Laurier.
Lynden (E. O. 7632, June 15, 1937; 2 F. R. 1042).
Metaline Falls (E. 6.7632. June 16. 1937. 2 F. R. 1042).
Neah Bay (E. O. 10088, Dec. 3, 1949; 14 F. R. 7287).
Nighthawk.
Northport.
Olympia (E. O. 4780, Dec. 13, 1927)
Oroville (E. 0. 5206. Oct 11, 1929).
• Port Angeles.
Pri Townsend.

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Washington (E.O. 2307, Feb. 7, The State of Washington except that part which embraces
1916).

the waters of the Columbia River and the north bank of
the said river west of 119° west longitude.

South Bond-Raymond (T. D. 58576).

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Wisconsin.

The State of Wisconsin lying south of 46° north latitude,

and the city of Menominee, Mich

Spokane.
Sumas.
Tacoma.
*MILWAUKEE.
Green Bay (including the townships of Ashwaubenon,

Allouez, Preble, and Howard, and the city of De Pere)
(T. D. 54597).
Manitowoc.
Marinette (including Menominee. Mich.).
Racine (including the city of Kenosha and the townships

of Mt. Pleasant and Somers). (T.D. 54884).
Sheboygan.

(Sec. 1, 37 Stat. 434, sec. 1, 38 Stat. 623, as amended, sec. 7, 70 Stat. 949; 19 U.S.C. 1, 2 and note) [28 F.R. 14546, Dec. 31, 1963, as amended
by T.D. 56079, 29 F.R. 48, Jan. 3, 1964; T.D. 56114, 29 F.R. 2598, Feb. 20, 1964; T.D. 56115, 29 F.R. 2599, Feb. 20, 1964; T.D. 56172, 29 F.R. 6536,
May 20, 1964; T.D. 56229, 29 F.R. 11112, July 31, 1964; T.D. 56230, 29 F.R. 11181, Aug. 4, 1964; T.D. 56333, 30 F.R. 344, Jan. 12, 1965; T.D. 56383,
30 F.R. 4411, Apr. 4, 1965; T.D. 56420, 30 F.R. 7569, June 10, 1965; T.D. 56424, 30 F.R. 7705, June 15, 1965; T.D. 56493, 30 F.R. 12680, Oct. 5, 1965;
T.D. 56512, 30 F.R. 13574, Oct. 26, 1965)

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$ 1.2 Customs stations; requirements for

transaction of customs business at

places other than ports of entry. (a) Places, other than ports of entry, at which customs officers or employees are stationed under the authority contained in article IX of the President's message referred to in § 1.1' to enter and clear vessels, accept entries of merchandise, collect duties, and enforce the various provisions of the customs and navigation laws shall be known as customs stations.

(b) A vessel shall not be entered or cleared at a customs station, or other place that is not a port of entry, unless entry or clearance is authorized by the collector of customs for the district in which such station or place is located pursuant to the provisions of section 447, Tariff Act of 1930. Such authorization shall be granted by the collector or assistant collector only upon the condition that the vessel will be under such cus

toms supervision as he may dee necessary; that compliance will with all applicable customs and tion laws and regulations; that ary and expenses of the custom for such time as is required to voted to entry and clearance w gether with any expense incurred officer in connection with the e delivery of merchandise, shall b bursed to the Government as pro paragraph (c) of this section; a the collector or assistant collect be notified in advance of the ar the vessel concerned.

(c) The salary and expenses of toms officer or employee stations sent to a customs station or othe which is not a port of entry for in connection with the entry or ance of a vessel shall be reimbu the Government by the owner, or agent of the vessel. Except as wise provided for in this part, penses, including any per diem in lieu of subsistence, but not the of such customs officer or emplo service in connection with the e delivery of merchandise shall imbursed to the Government ! interested persons.

(d) The customs stations, “a ports of entry having supervision t are listed below:

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5 "Merchandise shall not be entered or delivered from customs custody elsewhere than at one of the ports of entry hereinbefore designated except at the expense of the parties in interest, upon express authority from the Secretary of the Treasury and under conditions to be prescribed by him. When it shall be made to appear to the Secretary of the Treasury that the interests of commerce or the protection of the revenue so require, he may cause to be stationed at places in the various collection districts, though not named as ports of entry, officers or employees of the customs with authority to enter and clear vessels, to accept entries of merchandise, to collect duties, and to enforce the various provisions of the customs and navigation laws." (Art. 1X, President's message of March 3, 1913; T. D. 33249)

6 "It shall be unlawful to make entry of any vessel or to unlade the cargo or any part thereof of any vessel elsewhere than at a port of entry: Provided, That upon good cause therefor being shown, the Secretary of the Treasury may permit entry of any vessel to be made at a place other than a port of entry designated by him, under such conditions as he shall prescribe: And provided further, That any vessel laden with merchandise in bulk may proceed after entry of such vessel to any place designated by the Secretary of the Treasury for the purpose of unloading such cargo, under the supervision of customs officers if the collector shall consider the same necessary, and in such case the compensation and expenses of such oficers shall be reimbursed to the Government by the party in interest." (Sec. 447, 46 Stat. 714, as amended; 19 U. S. C. 1447)

Bucksport, Maine... Coburn Gore, Maine... Hamlin, Maine.. Alburg Springs, Vt.. Beebe Plaine, Vt.. Canaan, Vt. East Richford, Vt. Morses Line, Vt. Norton, Vt. Pittsburg, N.H. West Berkshire, Vt. Provincetown, Mass. Cannons Corners, N. Y. Churubusco, N. Y.

Belfast. Jackman. Van Bure Alburg. Derby Lir Beecher F Richford.

Do. Island Por Beecher F Richford. Plymouth Mooers. Chateauga

4 7

68 Customs stations designated for porary period only and designations m provide customs facilities where a need because of certain large-scale activities as lumbering operations, are not These designations change from time to Current information as to such stati any of the collection districts may tained from the collector of customs fo district.

customs officers are stationed, the ci toms districts under which they f

functie and the comptrollers of customs havi jurisdiction over such district:

}; requirements for
istoms business at
ports of entry.
an ports of entry,
cers or employees
he authority con-
of the President's

1.1% to enter and
tries of merchan-
I enforce the vari-
ustoms and navi-
nown as customs

Do.

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not be entered or station, or other t of entry, unless juthorized by the or the district in

place is located ins of section 447, ich authorization ? collector or asson the condition under such cus

St. John, New Maine and New Boston, Mass
Brunswick

Hampshire.
(winter).
Montreal, Quebec. Vermont-

Do.
Toronto, Ontario.. Buffalo...

New York, N
Kindley Field, New York, New York, N

Bermuda.
Nassau, Bahama Florida..

Baltimore, M
Islands.
Vancouver, Brit- Washington... San Francisco
ish Columbia.

Calif.
Prince Rupert, Alaska...

Do.
British Colum-

bia.
Winnipeg, Mani. Dakota

Chicago, ni. toba.

toms supervision as he may deem to be Dis

Port of entry hav. necessary; that compliance will be held trict Customs station

ing supervision

No.
with all applicable customs and navig
tion laws and regulations; that the sal
ary and expenses of the customs ofix 7 Hogansburg, N. Y.

Massena.

Jamieson's Line, N. Y Trout River. for such time as is required to be do 11 | Atlantic City, N.J. Philadelphia. voted to entry and clearance work, ti Lewes, Del..

Port Norris, N.J.

Do. gether with any expense incurred by sus

Tuckerton, N.J.

Do. officer in connection with the entry o 13 Salisbury, Md.

Baltimore. 15 Washington, N.C.

Wilmington. delivery of merchandise, shall be rein

19 Biloxi, Miss..

Mobile.
bursed to the Government as provided: 20 Gramercy, La..

New Orleans.
Houma, La

Morgan City.
paragraph (c) of this section; and the

23 Falcon Dam, Tex.

Roma. the collector or assistant collector shal

Los Ebanos, Tex.

Hidalgo.
Progreso, Tex.

Do.
be notified in advance of the arrival o

San Ygnacio, Tex..

Laredo. the vessel concerned.

24 Marathon, Tex.

El Paso. (c) The salary and expenses of a cur 25 Campo, Calif

Tecate.

26 Lochiel, Ariz. (Mail: Nogales. toms officer or employee stationed at t

Nogales). sent to a customs station or other place Tuscon, Ariz.

Do.

27 Port Hueneme, Calif. Los Angeles. which is not a port of entry for servir

28 Monterey, Calif.

San Francisco. in connection with the entry or clear

30 Point Roberts, Wash. Blaine,

31 Annette Island, Alaska. Ketchikan. ance of a vessel shall be reimbursed to

Eagle, Alaska

Fairbanks.

Haines, Alaska.
the Government by the owner, maste

Skagway.
Hyder, Alaska

Ketchikan.
or agent of the vessel. Except as other

Tok, Alaska.

Fairbanks. 33 Wild Horse, Mont.

Great Falls. wise provided for in this part, the ex

Willow Creek, Mont.

Do.

34 Grand Forks, N. Dak.
penses, including any per diem allows

Pembina.
Lancaster, Minn.

Noyes.
in lieu of subsistence, but not the salar

36 Crane Lake, Minn.

Duluth.
Ely, Minn.

Do.
of such customs officer or employee for

Oak Island, Minn..

Warroad. service in connection with the entry c

38 Algonac, Mich.

Port Huron.
Alpena, Mich

Saginaw.
delivery of merchandise shall be

Detour, Mich.

Sault Ste. Marie. imbursed to the Government by this

Escanaba, Mich.

Do.

Grand Haven, Mich. Muskegon. interested persons.

Houghton, Mich.

Sault Ste. Marie.
Mackinac Island.

Do.
Marine City, Mich

Port Huron.
Marquette, Mich.

Sault Ste. Marie,
Roberts Landing, Mich. Port Huron.

(Mail: Route 1, Algonac,
Mich.).
Rogers City.

Saginaw-Bay City.
Dis-

St. Clair, Mich.

Port Huron. 41 Fairport, Ohio.

Cleveland.

Huron, Ohio
No.

Lorain, Ohio

Sandusky.

Cleveland.
Marblehead-Lakeside, Ohio. Sandusky.
Put-in-Bay, Ohio.

Do.
50 Antelope Wells, N. Mex. Columbus.

(Mail: Hachitá, N. Mex.).

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be entered or dedy elsewhere than intry hereinbefore xpense of the paress authority from asury and under d by him. When (d) The customs stations, and the r to the Secretary ports of entry having supervision thered interests of comof the revenue so

are listed below: | be stationed at llection districts,

Port of entry but 5 of entry, officers trict Customs station

ing supervision as with authority to accept entries t duties, and to 1 | Bucksport, Maine. Belfast. ns of the customs

Coburn Gore, Maine. Jackman. t. IX, President's

Hamlin, Maine.

Van Buren. T. D. 33249)

2 Alburg Springs, Vt.. Alburg.

Beebe Plaine, Vt o make entry of

Canaan, Vt.

Beecher Falls cargo or any part

East Richford, Vt. Richford.

Do.

Morses Line, Vt. ere than at a port

Norton, Vt....

Island Pond. upon good cause

Pittsburg, N.H.

Beecher Falls Secretary of the West Berkshire, Vt. Richford. of any vessel to 4 Provincetown, Mass. Plymouth.

Mooers. 7 Cannons Corners, N. Y... than a port of

Churubusco, N. Y. Chateaugay. nder such condi2: And provided aden with mered after entry of 64 Customs stations designated for & tep signated by the porary period only and designations made i r the purpose of

the supervision because of certain large-scale activities, sue lector shall con- as lumbering operations, are not lister nd in such case These designations change from time to tim penses of such Current information as to such stations to to the Govern- any of the collection districts may be of est.” (Sec. 447, tained from the collector of customs for such U.S. C. 1447) district.

Derby

Line.

34, 35, 36, 37, 3

40, 42, 45, a.

47. 19, 20, 21, 22, 2

24, 43, and

50. 25, 26, 27, 28, 2 30, 31, 32, and

33.

(President's Message of March 3, 1913; T. D. 33249.)
(Sec. 1, 37 Stat. 434, sec. 1, 38 Stat. 623; 19
U.S.C. 1, 2) [28 F.R. 14546, Dec. 31, 1963, as
amended by T.D. 56127, 29 F.R. 3293, Mar. 12,
1964; T.D. 56302, 29 F.R. 15364, Nov. 17, 1964;
T.D. 56306, 29 F.R. 15509, Nov. 19, 1964]
$ 1.3 Customs

offices in foreign
countries.

There are listed below the places in provide customs facilities where a need exist foreign countries where United States

§ 1.5 Customs Agency Service regions.

Customs Agency Service regions an areas under the jurisdiction of all head quarters and suboffices are as follows:

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