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Title 19-Customs Duties
CHAPTER I-United States Customs Service, Department of the Treasury
CROSS REFERENCES: Regulations of the Department of Agriculture: Sec Titles 7, 9 and 17. Internal Revenue Service, Department of the Treasury: See Internal Revenue Service, 26 CFR Chapter I.
Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms, Department of the Treasury: 27 CFR Chapter I. Drug Enforcement Administration, Department of Justice: See Food and Drugs, 21 CFR Chapter II.
Coast Guard, Department of Transportation: See 33 CFR Chapter I and 46 CFR Chapter I. Customs service in the Canal Zone: Sce Panama Canal, 35 CFR Part 57.
Defense Department procurement: See National Defensc, 32 CFR Chapter I, Subchapter A. Department of State: See Foreign Relations, 22 CFR Chapter I.
Export clearance and destination control: See Commerce and Foreign Trade, 15 CFR Part 386.
Food and Drug Administration, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare: See Food and Drugs, 21 CFR Chapter I.
Foreign excess property: See Commerce and Foreign Trade 15 CFR Part 302.
Immigration and Naturalization Service, Department of Justice: See Aliens and Nationality, 8 CFR Chapter I.
Importation of wildlife or eggs; and importation of feathers of wild birds: See Wildlife and Fisheries, 50 CFR Parts 13-14.
Postal Service (International Mail): See United States Postal Service, 39 CFR Chapter I, Subchapter B.
Public Health Service, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare: See Public Health, 42 CFR Chapter I.
CHAPTER I-UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICE,
DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY 1
Vessels in foreign and domestic trades.
Air commerce regulations.
Customs relations with insular possessions and Guantanamo Bay Naval
Articles conditionally free, subject to a reduced rate, etc.
Packing and stamping; marking.
Special classes of merchandise.
Transportation in bond and merchandise in transit.
Customs warehouses and control of merchandise therein.
Disposition of unclaimed and abandoned merchandise.
Customs financial and accounting procedure.
Certain importations temporarily free of duty.
Extensions of time pursuant to Proclamation of the President under section
318, Tariff Act of 1930.
Availability of information.
112 Carriers, cartmen, and lightermen.
Personal declarations and exemptions.
Examination, sampling, and testing of merchandise.
152 Classification and appraisement of merchandise.
Relief from duties on merchandise lost, damaged, abandoned, or exported.
General enforcement provisions.
Inspection, search, and seizure.
Administrative review in general.
Petitions by American manufacturers, producers, and wholesalers.
NOTE: Other regulations issued by the Department of the Treasury appear in 12 CFR Chapter I; 26 CFR Chapter I; 27 CFR Chapter I, and Title 31.
by the Secretary of the Treasury (whether directly or by subdelegation) shall constitute compliance with any requirement of any statute or regulation which provides or indicates that it shall be the duty of some other person to perform such action.
(c) Any failure to perform any function required by statute or regulation, which failure is attributable to a reorganization of the Customs Service or the consolidation of the functions of two or more persons in one office, shall not invalidate any action taken by any customs officer.
(d) Unless otherwise indicated, "district director of customs," "collector of customs," "appraiser of merchandise," and variations of those terms, such as "district director," "collector of the district," "collector," "deputy collector," or "appraiser" as used in this chapter shall mean the district director of customs at a headquarters port of the district (except the district of New York, N.Y.); the area directors of customs in the district of New York, N.Y.; and the port director at a port not designated as a headquarters port. Ordinarily each port director will exercise the authority delegated herein only where statute, regulation, or instruction contemplates action at the port over which he has supervision.
(e) Unless otherwise indicated, "customs agent", "customs agent in charge", "supervising customs agent", including