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Table of Fees of Officers of the Customs, Under the act of 31st December, 1792, for Registering and Recording vessels, 1 For the admeasurement of every ship or vessel, of an hundred tons and under,

l'cent per ton 2 For the admeasurement of every ship or vessel, above 100 and not exceeding 200 tons,

$1 50 3 For the admeasurement of every ship or vessel above 200 tons, 2 00 4 For every certificate of registry or record,

2 00 5 For every endorsement upon a certificate of registry or record, 1 00 6 For taking every bond required by the act,

0 25 Note.- At those ports at which there is a Collector, Naval Officer, and Surveyor, the said fees shall be equally divided between them; where there is no Naval Officer two-thirds to the Collector and one-third to the Surveyor ; and where there is only a Collector, he shall receive the whole amouni thereof; and where there is more than one Surveyor in any district each of chem shall receive his proportionable part of such fees, as shall arise in the port for which he is appointed; provided, that in all cases, where the connage of any ship or vessel shall be ascertained by any person appointed for that purpose, such person shall be paid a reasonable compensation therefor, out of the fees aforesaid, before any distribution thereof, as aforesaid.

Under the act for enroling and licensing vessels, passed the 18th Feb. 1793. For admeasuring every ship or ressel For certifying manifests, and

in order to the enrolment, or li. granting a permit for a licen-
censing or recording the same, if sed vessel to proceed from
of the burthen of five tons, and less. district io district--if less than
than twenty tons,

$0 50
fifty ions,

0 50 If of twenty ions and not ex. For receiving a certified mani.

ceeding seventy tons, 0 75 fest, and granting a permit, If above seventy tons, and not on the arrival of such vessel, if exceeding one hundred ions, 1 00 less than fifty tons,

0.25 If above one hundred tons, 1 50 For receiving a certified mani. For every certificate of enrol fest, and granting a pernit, ment,

-0 50 on the arrival of such vessel, if For every endorsement on

· above fifty tous,

- 0 50 certificate of enrolment, - 0 20 For certifying manifests, and For every license, and granting granting a permit for a re

the same, including the hond, gistered vessel 10 proceed from if not exceeding twenty tons, 0 25 district to district,

. 1 50 If above twenty and not more For receiying a certified mani.

than one hundred tons, 050 fest and granting a perniit, on If more than one hundred tons 1 00 the arrival of such registered For every endorsement on a vrs-el,

1 50 license,

0 20 For granting a pernil for a ves. For certifying manifests, and sel carrying on the fishery, to granting a permit for a licensed ir:ule at a foreign port,

0 25 vessel to proceed from dis For the report and entry of any trict to district if above

toreign goods imported in such Gity tons, . 0 25 vessel,

. 0 25 Note. Where a Surveyor shall certify a manifest, or grant a permit, or receive a certified'manifest, and graut a permit, the sees arising therefronı -hall be received by him solely for his use, which regulation applies only to u port of delivery at which there is no other than a Surveyor.

All the other fees arising under the act, are to be equally divided between the Collector, Naval Officer, and Surveyor, where there are such officers; where there is no Naval Officer, two-thirds to the Collector, and the other third to the Surveyor; and where there is only a Collector, he shall receive

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the whole amount thereof; and where there is more than one Surveyor - in a:iy district, each of them shall receive his proportionable part of such fees, as shall arise in the port for which he is appoinied: provided always, that in all cases where the tonnage of any ship or vessel shall be ascertained by any persons appointed for that purpose, such persons shall receive a reasonable compensation therefur out of the fees aforesaid, before any distribution thereof as aforesaid. Under the act to establish the compensation of the officers employed in the collec

tion of the duties on imports and tonnage, passed the 2d March, 1799. For every entrance of any ship or For every permit to land goods(a) 0 20

vessel of one hundred tons buriben For every bond taken officially, 0 40 and upwards,

$2 50 For every permit 10 land goods For every clearance of any ship for exportation, which are enor vessel of one hundred tons titled to drawback,

0 30 burthen and upwards, 2.50 For every debenture, or other For every clearance of any ship official certificate,

0 20 or vessel under the burthen of For every bill of healih,

(b) 0 20 one hundred tons,

1 50, For every official document (reFor every entrance of any ship, gisters excepted) required by

or vessel under the burihen of any merchant, owner,or master one hundred tons,

1 50 of any vessel, not before enu. For every post eutry, 2 00 merated,

020 Where a Naval Officer is appointed to the same port, the said fees shall be equally divided between the Collector and the said Naval Oficer, the latter paying one-third the expense of the necessary stationery, and of the rent of an office, to be provided by the Collector, at the place assigned for his residence, &c., except the expense of suel, office rent, and necessary stationery for the Collectors of the Districts of Salem and Beverly, Bostoa and Charlestown, the cities of New York, Philadelphia, and Charleston, the towns of Baltimore, Norfolk, and Portsmouth, which shall be paid three-fourths by the said Collectors, and the other one-fourth by the respective Naval Officer's in those districts Provided that in all fees arising on the exportations of any goods on which drawbacks are allowed, shal. be equally shared among the Collectors, Naval Officer, and Surveyor, where there are sui h officers ai the port where the fees are paid, &c. and where there is no Naval Officer, such fees sha!l be equally divided between the Colłector and Surveyor, wlio may be concerned in attending to such exportation, and the Surveyors shall pay their proportion of the expenses of stationary and printing.

To each Surveyor, for the admeasurement and certifying ihe same, of every ship or ressel or one hundred tons and under, one cent per 100; for the admeasurement of every ship or vessel above one hundred ions and not exceeding two hundred tons, one hundred and fisty cents; for every ship or vessel, above two hundred to:is, two hundred cents; for all other services by the aci in question to be performed by such Surveyor, on board any ship or ressel of one hundred tons :ind upwards having on board goods subject to duty, three dollars; for the like services on board any ship or vessel of less than one bundred tons burtheo, having on board goods liable, io duty, one and a half

dollars; on all vessels not having on board goods subject to duty, two-thirds of a dollar. All which fees shall be paid by the master or owner of the ship, or vessel in which the said services shall be performed,, to the Surveyor by whom they shall be performed; if performed by one only for his sole benefii; but if performed by more than one, to him who shall have the first agency, tó be divided in equal parts between him and the other or others by whon the said services shall be performed. Note. The fees in the preceding act are applicable exclusively tɔ vessels (a) This fee is chargeable for the bond on granting a Mediterranean passport. 76) This fee chargeable on granting a sea letter.

engaged in the foreign trade, and services to be performed under the collec. tion law of the same date. Compensation of Inspectors of the Customs, under the act of 2d March, 1799.

To each Inspector there shall be allowed, for every day he shall be actually employed in aid of the customs, a sum not exceeding iwo dollars, and for every other person that the Collector may find it necessary and expedient 10 employ as occasional Inspectors, or in any other way in aid of the revenue a like sum, wltilst actually so employed, not exceeding two dollars.

Note. By the act of 26th April, 1816, an additional allowance of fifty per cent. is authorized, making the maximum compensation of the Inspectors of the Customs three dollars per dayambut this amount is not allowed to all the Inspectors. The rate in the different ports is regulated with reference to the expense of living, the respousibility of the officers, the extent of com. merce, &c. Compensation of Deputy Inspectors of the Revenue, under act of 2 March, 1799.

Two cents and one half, for every cask, or package, of foreign distilled spirits, wines or teas, by them marked and returned to their respective principals.

Compensation of Measurers, under the act of 2d March, 1799. 1. For every hundred bushels of grain,

$0 201 %. For every hundred busliels of sal: according to the weight established

by law for the payment of the duties thereon-say 56 lbs. per bushel, 0 50 3. For every hundred bushels of coal,

0 601 Compensalion of Weighers, under the act of 20 March, 1799. For weighing every hundred and twelve pounds, and marking every cask, box or package, weighing more than 200 pounds eachi, except sugar, coffee, pepper, pimento, indigo, in bales, bags, mats, canvisters, or seroons, with the weight in durable characters, in the districts of Pennsylvania, New York, Busion and Charlestown, and Baltimore, one cent and a quarter: in the district of Norfolk, one cent and a half; and, in other districts two cents.

Compensation of Gaugers, under the act of 2d March, 1799. For gauging and marking every cask, to be marked in durable characters with his own name and the quantity, eight cents; for computin, the contents of, and marking cases containing distilled spirits and wines, three cents per case ; for actually counting the number of bottles of cider, beer, ale, perry, or porter, contained in any cask, or other package or packages, one cent per dozen ; and in proportion for any greater or lesser quantity.

Note: To the compensations of the Measurers, Weighers and Gaugers, as fixed by the act of 2d March, 1799, the act of 26th April, 1816, authorized an additional allowance of 50 per cent,

By the act of 6th April, 1802, repealing the internal duties, the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to designate the Collectors of the Customs who are to prepare and issue the çertificates to accompany wines, distilled spirits and teas, previously prepared and issued by the supervisors of the revenge.

For the purpose of carrying said law into effect, a Collector of the Customs is designated for each Suite, who is entitled to a fee of 2 cents for every cer. tificate of the kind alluded to—and the Inspectors of the revenue, in relation to the same service are entitled to the following fees :

1. For every certificate to accompany foreign distilled spirits, 19 cents. 2. For every certificale to accompany wines and teas,

23 ceuts. For every certificate of citizenship issued by a Collector to a seaman on the United States, under the 4th section of the act of 28th May, 1796, the

Collector is entitled to a fee of 25 cents; and 10 a like fee under ihe 1st sec tion of the act of 28th February, 1803, for certifying "ibe lists of the crews of American vessels.

397

4,416 807

Statistical view of the Commerce of the United States, exhibiting the value of every description

of Import: from, and the value of every description of Exports to, cach Foreign country; also, the tonnage of American and Foreign vessels arriving from, and departing to, cách Foreign country, during the year ending on the 30th day of September, 1834. COMMERCE.

NAVIGATION.

Value of Exports. COUNTRIES. Value of

Amer. Tonnage. Forøgn Ton'ge
Domestic Foreign

De-
En-

De-
Imports.

Total. Entered. produce. produce.

parted. terec. parted. Dollars. Dollars. Dollars. Dollars. Tons. Tons. Tons. Tons. Russia

2,595,840 168,627 162,067 330,694 18,787 4,979 556 300 Prussia 14,045 15,300 3,510 18,810 164

299 Sweden&Norw'yl 1,079,327 277,237 128,562

405,799 10,404 1,437 8,809 5,486 Swedish W. Inds. 47,214 - 81,040 7,902 88,942

990
2,619

236 Denmark 62,542 99,643 318,461 418,104 184

2,528

1,897 2,280 Danish W. Indies 1,621,826 1,084,202 354,808 1,439,010 27,065 38,757

472

1,727 Belgium

185,679 585,312 873,300 1,458,642 6,210 11,321 394 4,716 Netherlands 1,123,956 2,365,536 1,258, 138 3,623,674 17,374 25,819 1,787

7,171 Dutch E. Indies 582, 159 115,011 466, 138 581,149 3,497 8,323

346 Dutch W. Indies 354, 192 284,552 62,136

346,638 16,484 . 11,266 195 181 Dutch Guiana 67,579 27, 228

27,228 England - 45,566,065 38,673,694 2,974,726 41,648,420 200,685 216,256 109,665 89,836 Scotland

1,402,030 2,344,785 28,789 2,373,574 3,757 6,655 18,108 13,484 Ireland 274,712 189,914 189 190, 103 2,199 2,620 10,114

245 Gibraltar

200,691 506,703 283,785 790,488 3,771 12,993 358 590 Malta

49,523
37,426

37,426 205 1,091 British E. Indies 2,293,012 199,602 - 206,941

406,543

7,400

5,655 St. Helena

16,098

16,098 British Guiana 31,424 105,214

105,214 British W. Indics 1,163,509 1,532,100 64,439 1,596,539

37,081

51,329 18,277 18,288 British A. Colon's 1,548,733 3,477,703 57,567 3,535,276 - 173,278 195,989 289,984 323,120 Newfoundland

263

993 Honduras 149,599 56,072

39,376 95,448 2,933 4,041 1,719 Cape of G. Hope

2,521

2,521 261 1,500
Hanse Towns &c 3,355,856 2,603,571 2,056, 103 4,659,674 14,946 16,719 26,588 27,127
France on Atla'c 15,813,773 11,683,356 1,440,331 13, 123,687 64,2421 79,820 15,161 14,632
France on Medi’n 1,327,400 1,032,398 1,352,889 2,385,287 10,781 17,846 4,664 3,775
Bourbon, &c.

19,717
19,717

149 French W, Indies 416,072 561,179 19,084 580,263 19,595 26,909 5,301 5,314 French Guiana

2,488

2,488 Hayti

2,113,717 1,244,424 192,528 1,436,952 34,101 32,682 134 517 Spain on Atlantic 640,869 202,744 25,033

227,777

9,355 6,136 250 1,524 Spain on Medit'n 1,112,365 187,473

187,4731
12,730 4,625 1,381

2,886 Teneriffe, &c 148,130 20,638| 787 21,425 2,481 1,826 1351 352 Manilla&Phil'el.

283,685

3,662 12,257 15,919 2,647 222 Cuba

9,096,002 3,692,980 1,659 455 5,352,435 123,274 129,524 31,729 29,954 Other Spa'h W 1.

2,246,413

431,805 59,722 491,527 33 252 15,769 1,671 741 Portugal

215,309
42,542 16,583 59,125

19,796 2,928 2,574 556 Madeira

424,699
100,910] 43,595 144,505

2,420 4,089 576 093 Fayal&otherAz'si 18,481 9,558 3,911

13,469 1,270 760 Cape de Verd Isls 40,633 79,511 25,886 105,397

1,307

3,391 Italy

1,422,063 105,786 387,771 493,557 8,860 4,482 1751 426 Sicily 254,966 4,000

4,060 6,150

864 311 Trieste, &c

580,614 518,609 954,728 1,473,337 5,0451 7,530 1,476 - 3,397 Turkey, Levant 569,511 62,458 321,221 383,679 4,768 2,346 107 China

7,892,327 255,756 754,727 1,010,483 15,550 8,123 Mexico

8,066,068 1,192,646 4,072,407 5,265,053 29,289 25,504 7,163 6,032 Cent. Rep, Amer 170,968 111,616 72,533 184,149 1,238 1,975 Colombia 1,727,188 420,758

374,809

795,567 18,278 8,773 1,048 Brazil

4,729,969 1,586,097 473,254 2,059,351 34,900 37,092 3,089 1,977 Argentine Rep'c 1,430,118 671,166 300,671 971,837 9,852

6,379 288 285 Cisplatine Rep'c

3,920 4,774 Chile

787,409
714,407 761,948 1,476,355 2,535 8,550

041 Peru

618, 112 42,767 10,096 58,863 493 685 S.America, gen'y 20,214 323,580 6,314 329,894 952 601 Europe generally

70,938 8,470
85,414 1.367 968

270 Asia, generally 77,842 49,122 384,925

434,047 479

2,93 Africa, generally 465,361 201,908 121,284 323,192 5,850 4,906 207 002 W. Indies gen'y 391,565 17,078 408,643 62 12,953

143 3,294 South Seas

27,348 81,583 15,586 97,1691 39,506 Northwest Coast

31,349
118,813

45,886
Uncertain Ports
13,893

387 650 Total,

126,521,332 81,024, 162 23,312,811 104,336,973'1,074,6701,134,020 568,052 577,700

866

280

67,464

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Value of Merchandise imported

from each country, during the year ending September 30, 1834; distinguishing the amount free of duty; the amount paying duties ad valorem the amount paying specific dutiče ; the amount imported in American vessels; and the amount imported in Foreign vessels.

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2,840

12,702

Dollars. Dollars. Dollars. Dollars. Dollars. Dollars. Russia

358,056 908,990 1,328,794 2,595,840 2,553,868 41,972 Prussia

4,221
6,136

3,688 14,045 14,045 Sweden and Norway 2,875 2,312 1,074,140 1,079,327 609,200 470, 127 Swedish West Indies 34,502

89
12,623 47,214

47,214 Denmark

14,197 8,106 40,179 62,542 11,284 Danish West Indies

51,258 391,035 40,145 1,190,646 1,621,826 1,618,986 Holland 552,074 180,803 391,079 1,123,956 1,018,093

105,863 Dutch East Indies

576,935

205 5,019 582, 159 582, 159 Dutch West Indies 213,500

2,728

137,964 354,192 349,824 4,368 Dutch Guiana

3,855

63,724 67,579 67,579 Belgium

58,404 101,653 25,622 185,679 185,679 England

16,600,159 24,018,486 4,947,420 45,566,065 42,231,908 3,334,157 Scotland

725,954 306,565

369,511 1,402,030 135,515 1,266,515 Ireland

187,517

52,059 35, 136 274,712 89,903 184,809 Gibraltar

77,322 4,492

118,877
200,691

187,989
Malta
19,317 1,099 29,107 49,523

49,523 British East Indies 1,156,541 1,008,087 128,384 2,293,012 2,293,012 British Honduras

98,435 45,907

5,257 149,599 96,511 53,088 British West Indies

731,502 19,369 412,638 1,163,509 908, 225 255,284 British Amer'n Colonies 1,234,957 98,643 215,133 1,548,733 _1,103,956 444,777 British Guiana

3,469
27,955 31,424

23,001 8,423 Hanse Towns, &e. : 1,607,596 1,578,852 169,408 3,355,856 1,364,873 1,990,983 France on the Atlantic (10,118,115 4,198,660 1,496,998 15,813,773 14,970,207 843,566 France on Mediterran'n

440,842 306,952 579,606 1,327,400 1,020,988 306,412 French West Indies 132,7521 519

282,801 416,072 376,347 39,725 Hayti 2,064,498 46,231

2,988 2,113,717 2,104,834 8,883 Spain on the Atlantic

257,453 62,612 320,804 640,869 640,385 484 Spain on Mediterrane'n

749,028

16,100

347,237 1,112,365 1,007,548 Teneriffe and Canaries

104,817 28,459

89

119,582 148,130 148, 130 Manilla & Phil. Islands 186,837 22,170, 74,678 283,685 283,685 Cuba

3,582,055 285,452 5,228,495 9,096,002 7,012,706 2,083,290 Other Span'h W. Indies

586,105 1,581 1,658,727 2,246,413 2,111,825 134,588 Portugal

13,578

1,980

199,751 215,309 173,317 41,992 Madeira 2,996) 1,142 420,561 424,699 376,178

48,521 Fayal and other Azores 10,417

135

7,929 18,481 18,481 Cape de Verde Islands

34,539

195 5,899 40,633 40,633 Italy

740,415 489,292 192,356 1,422,063 1,414,200 7,863 Sicily

167,383
14,392

73,191 254,966 223,212 31,754 Trieste, &c. 405,437 * 86,847 88,330 580,614 455,17!

125,443 Turkey, Levant, &c. 533,953 6,182 29,376 569,511 564,371 China

5,140 6,490,0391,313,631 88,657 7,892,327 7,892,327 Mexico

7,934,218 71,266 60,584 - 8,066,068 7,558,534 Central Repľc of Amer

507,534 148,018 22,895

551 170,968 170,968 Colombia

1,489,529 227,038 10,621 1,727,188 1,632,388 94,800 Brazil

4,307,761 13,576 408,632 4,729,969 4,547,119 182,850 Argentine Republic 1,332,400 22,316 75,402 1,430,118 1,408,765 21,353 Chile 784,424 2,985

787,409 787,400 Perta 617,491 911

10 618,412 618,412 South America, gener'y 13,740

6,474

20,214 West Indies, generally Asia, generally,

76,673 390 779 77,842 *77,842 Africa, generally

454,760
3,109 465,361 460,660

4,701 South Seas

27,010

130

208

27,348 27,348 Other places

9,832 261

3,800 13,893 13,623 270

20,214

7,492

Total value, 1834 · 8|68,393,180 35,608,208 22,519,944 126,521,332|113,700,174 12,821,158 Total value, 2833 - 8 32,447,950 49,354,349 26,316,012 108,118,311 98,060,77210,057,539 Total value, 1832 - 8 14,249,453 52,777,381/ 34,002,432 101,029,266 90,298,229|10,731,037

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