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To equalize costs of production..
Unauthentic antique furniture.
Allowance in, for-
Impurities and moisture.
Loss in bonded warehouse.
Shortage, decay, or damage.
Based upon weight, effective date of..
Collection of additional or increased.
Deposit of estimated..
Disposition of, pending litigation..
Effective date of rates.
Entered value as minimum for assessment of.
False claim for refund of...
For unfair method or act.
Increase or decrease of, by President-
On imports before passage of act.
On mixed goods.
On repairs and equipment for vessels..
On goods from wrecked vessels.
Paid under protest, deposit of duty receipts.
President, power of, to change.
Protest by American producer against, as fixed.
Refund of excessive.
Caused by manifest clerical error.
False claim for.
Found due on liquidation.
Refund after delivery of goods..
Unascertained, deposit of duty receipts.
Of certified invoice provision.
Of convict labor provision.
Of marking provisions..
Of proclamation by President.
Of rates of duty
Effect of reenactment of existing law.
Of war or otherwise, free importations..
Vessels in distress, unlading of..
Enforcement of act, employees for, in District of Columbia..
Entry of merchandise.
Amendment of value..
Cost of production, statement of_
Declaration under oath, requirement of_
Deductions from invoice prices in.
For immediate transportation..
For transportation and exportation.
From vessel in distress.
232, 233, 238
Of articles not regarded as imported merchandise.
On carriers' certificate...
On duplicate bill of lading-
Ownership for purposes of.
Production of bill of lading-
Production of certified invoice.
Reliquidation on account of fraud.
Statement attached to.
For unfair practice..
Pending production of invoice or bill of lading-
484 (b), (c),
448, 484 (a)
Of vessels. (See Vessels.)
Equalization of costs of production..
For clearing obstructions, etc...
(See also Duties.)
Admissibility of documents.
Of importers and others, preservation of..
Penalty for refusal to give...
Tariff Commission may require.
Examination of -
From contiguous territory.
Importers and others under oath.
Penalty for neglect of, to appear for.
Detail of, from one port to another.
Exclusion of articles from entry for unfair competition.-
Exemptions to United States residents returning from abroad. (See Free
list, par. 1798.)
Experimental purposes, articles for, imported in bond for exportation..
Exporter's books, inspection of (acts of 1913 and 1922)
Extension of time for general order.
Extra compensation, unlading at night, etc..
Fines. (See Penalties.)
Flavoring extracts, drawback on.
Flexible tariff provisions, so called.
When not to be withdrawn without payment of duty.
Foot-and-mouth disease, embargo in case of.
Forced labor, goods made or produced by.
Foreign country, definition of.
Foreign landing certificates.
Discriminatory duty on goods imported in.
Delivery to Secretary of Treasury
Limitation of actions in cases of..
Disposition of proceeds of.
(See also Penalties.)
Forfeiture of artic.os imported under discriminatory conditions.
(See also Baggage; Merchandise; Penalties; Vessels.)
Fraud, reliquidation of entry in case of..
(See also Penalties.)
Fraudulent treatment of goods in warehouse.
Free importation of certain commodities in emergencies.
Frivolous protest or appeal..
Importers' books, inspection of.
Importation of wild mammals and birds in violation of foreign law
Importation under bond for reexportation..-
Importations, President to advise Congress when less than 5 per cent of
consumption (act of 1913)..
Imports, statistics of
Impurities and moisture, allowance for excessive-
Incomplete entry. (See Entry.)
Indentured labor, goods produced by
Informers, award of
Inspection of records:
By manufacturers or producers.
(See also Boarding officers.)
Inspectors (see also Customs officers):
Compensation and expenses of.
Penalty for obstructing..
Interference with functions of Tariff Commission..
Duties on reimported articles subject to.
Goods not selling for amount of, destruction of..
Philippine Islands, imports from and exports to United States.
Invalid provisions, not to affect remainder of act.
By Tariff Commission, general.
Costs of production.
Prior to enactment of act.
Unfair practices in import trade.
Valuation, methods of....
Appraisers to determine correctness of.
Bond to produce
Custody of goods for lack of.
Drawback to be separately itemized upon.
For shipments from possessions.
Not required, when.
Production of, an entry.
To be in triplicate or quadruplicate and signed by agent.
Weight, etc., omitted from
Lading on Sundays, holidays, or at night..
Penalty for unlawful.
Landing certificates, foreign..
Landing sea and ships' stores as imported merchandise
Leasing of bonded warehouses.
Liabilities incurred and accrued rights to continue in effect.
Liability of customs officers for decisions
Libel of vessels and vehicles..
License. (See Lading; Unlading; Permit.)
Licensing of customhouse brokers.
Upon vessel for opium penalty.
Limitation of actions..
Liquidation of duties. (See Duties.)
Locomotives for clearing obstructions, etc..
Lottery tickets, prohibited...
Falsity or lack of, penalty for..
For merchandise from contiguous countries.
Of vessels and vehicles from contiguous countries.
Omitted articles from, post entry of..
Production of, to customs officer.
Manipulation in warehouse.
Manufacturing in warehouses.
Marking of imported articles
Master, definition of...
Cured with imported salt.
Unfit for human food..
Medicinal preparations, drawback on..
Abandoned or forfeited-
In bonded warehouse--
Consignee may abandon within three years.
Deemed abandoned after 3 years.
Proceeds of sale of...
Sale of after 1 year.
Allowance for draft and tare.
Allowance for loss in warehouse.
Appraisers' report on..
Bearing trade-mark of American citizen, importation prohibited.
Carriers of, bonded..
Cartage of, entered for warehouse.
Concealed in bonded warehouse.
Condemned, allowance for.
Consignee as owner of...
Custody of, by collector, before entry
Decayed, allowance for..
Declaration upon entry of.
Domestic value of imported.
False claim for.
Dutiable according to weight, effective date of rates.
Before passage of act.
Expense of weighing, etc
Exported and returned..
Appraisers' report upon.
Articles not invoiced.
Export value of.
False claim for draw back on
For different ports.
Foreign value of..
From contiguous country.
Articles not included in declaration and entry
Burden of proof in actions for.
For false swearing on examination.
For gross undervaluation.
For illegal importation of..
Omissions from manifest.
Fraudulent removal from or manipulation in warehouse.
Illegal importation of....
Before passage of act.
In American vessels, discount in duties (act of 1913).
In bond for exportation.
In foreign vessels, discriminatory duty on.
In sealed cars.
In bonded warehouse. (See Bonded warehouse and Vessels.)
In public stores.
Inspection of, from contiguous countries.
488, 499, 502, 606 237, 242, 246, 281
457, 490, 491 224, 238, 239
492, 506, 557 239, 248, 265
Lading of, on Sunday, holiday, or at night.
Penalty for unlawful.
Manifest for. (See Manifest.)
Manipulation of, in bonded warehouse.
Marking, labeling, etc., of...
Materials for vessels, for drawback.
Mingled, subject to different rates..
Segregation of, by importer.
Not conforming to specification, drawback on.
Not to be unladen before entry.
Not unladen within 25 days.
Omitted from invoice..
Omitted from manifest
Ownership for customs purposes.
Post entry of..
Protest against collector's decision upon. (See Protest.)
Recovered from sunken or abandoned vessels.
Refunds upon. (See Duties.)
Regulations for entry of..
Relanded without entry, penalty for
Relinquidation of entries of..
Remanufacture of forfeited.
Salvaged, free entry of.
Seizure of. (See Seized property.)
Statistics of imports of.
Summary sale of..
Disposition of proceeds of..
Transit of, to foreign country.
Transportation, immediate, without appraisement.
Transportation of, between ports..
Transported from one port to another through contiguous countries.
Due to stress of weather.
Proceeds of sale of.
At port of entry.
Due to stress of weather, etc..
On Sunday, holiday, or at night.
Extra compensation for.
Permits and preliminary entries.
Without permit or license.
Unlawful relanding of..
Warrant for seizure of..
Weighing, etc., expense of..
Withdrawal of ..
Wrecked at sea.
(See also Appraisement; Baggage; Invoice; Entry; Vessels; Bonded
Metals, crude, smelting of...
Milling-in-bond provision, so-called
Models, illustrators' and photographers'
Models of women's apparel imported in bond for exportation.
Moisture and impurities, allowance for excessive..
Motor boats imported in bond for exportation..
Motor cycles imported in bond for exportation.
Naval officers as comptrollers of customs.
Navigation laws, enforcement by boarding officers.
Lading and unlading. (See Merchandise.)