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Customs Bureau-Continued
Transfer of merchandise in customs warehouses:

From one foreign-trade zone to another, 19 $ 30.17

From one warehouse to another, 19 $ 19.9
Transportation in bond and merchandise in transit, 19 Part 18

Baggage, shipment in bond, 19 $ $ 18.13–18.15
Contiguous foreign territory, merchandise crossing or arriving from, 19

$ $ 18.28–28.31
Foreign countries, merchandise in transit through United States to, 19

$8 18.20–18.24
General provisions:

Application to bond, carriers', 19 $ 18.1
Division, 19 $ 18.5
Entry, kinds of, 19 $ 18.10
Examination by inspectors of trunk line associations or agents of Inter-

state Commerce Commission, 19 § 18.9
Irregular delivery; liability of carrier, penalties, 19 § 18.8
Labeling packages, 19 18.4
Nondelivery; liability of carrier, penalties, 19 § 18.8
Receipt by carrier, manifest, 19 § 18.2
Sealing conveyances and compartments, 19 $ 18.4
Short shipments, shortages:

Entry and allowance, 19 $ 18.6

Liability of carrier, penalties, 19 $ 18.8
Transshipment, transfer by bonded cartman, 19 $ 18.3

Warning cards, 19 $ 18.4
Transportation without appraisement; entry at port of first arrival and

entry at port of destination, 19 $$ 18.11, 18.12
Unentered merchandise, or merchandise covered by unliquidated con-

sumption entry, or denied admission by Government; exportation from

customs custody, 19 $ $ 18.25-18.27 Withdrawals for exportation or for transportation and exportation, 19

§ 18.19 Withdrawals for transportation, warehouse and rewarehouse, 19 $$ 18.16

18.18 Transshipment of imported merchandise; transfer by bonded cartman, 19

$ 18.3 Trucks. See Motor vehicles. Tunnels under water between United States and foreign countries, materials and

equipment for use in building of; entry, 19 $ 10.41 Unclaimed or abandoned merchandise:

Disposition of, 19 Part 20
Proceeds of sale, surplus; claims for, 19 § 24.25

Relief from duties on, 19 $ $ 15.3–15.6
Unfair competition in importation or sale of merchandise:

Exclusion from entry, entry under bond, 19 $ 12.39
Restraint of trade agreements, articles imported under; special duties, 19

$ 16.25
United Nations; importations by representatives, etc., 19 $$ 10.30a, 10.30b
United States Government:
Books, engravings, etc., imported for use of United States or of Library of

Congress, 19 $ 10.46
Importations by various agencies, including armed services and General

Services Administration, 19 $ $ 10.103-10.105
Merchandise sold to; affidavit, drawback allowance, 19 $ 22.37
Parcels for; importation by mail, 19 $ 9.7
Persons employed in service of, and their families; free importation of

personal and household effects, 19 $ 54.2
Vessels. See Vessels.
Uruguay; countervailing duties on wool tops, 19 $ 16.24
Vegetable oils. See Oils.
Vegetables and fruits in natural state; invoices, exception, 19 $ 8.15 (c) (30)
Vessels:

Boarding of, by customs investigating officer, 19 § 23.1
Boats. See Boats.

Customs Bureau—Continued
Vessels Continued

Bunker oil for, withdrawal from customs custody, 19 $ 10.62
Documentation, 19 Part 3
General; records of ownership, mortgages, registration, license, etc., 19

$$ 3.1-3.57
Private code signals, house flags and funnel marks; registration, fees,

etc., 19 $ $ 3.80–3.82
Under Act of August 9, 1954, 19 $ $ 3.60–3.74
Drawback of duties on vessels, materials, supplies, etc., 19 $ $ 22.1, 22.3,

22.4, 22.18
From contiguous foreign territory. See Canada; and Mexico.
In foreign and domestic trades, 19 Part 4
Arrival and entry of vessels; boarding of vessels, reports of arrival,

manifests, vessels from Canal Zone, Government vessels, etc., 19

$$ 4.1-4.17 Coastwise procedure; vessels entitled to engage in coastwise trade,

reports of arrivals and departures, trade between various points,

vessels with residue cargo, towing, etc., 19 $ $ 4.80–4.92 Fees, navigation, 19 § 4.98 Fisheries; vessels allowed in United States port, enrollment, registra

tion, clearance for whaling voyage, etc., 19 $ 4.96 Foreign clearances, verification of nationality, tonnage and inspection,

outward foreign manifest, export declaration, pratique, transpor

tation orders, 19 $ $ 4.60–4.75
Landing and delivery of cargo; unlading, discharge, etc., 19 $$ 4.30–4.41
Passengers on vessels; passenger lists, deaths, examination of vessels

with steerage passengers, 19 $$ 4.50–4.52
Records of entry and clearance of vessels, 19 $ 4.95
Salvage vessels, application for operation, etc., 19 $ 4.97
Tonnage tax and light money; payment, exemptions, refund, etc., 19

88 4.20–4.24
Licensing of vessels of less than 30 net tons, 19 $ 23.2
Maritime Administration vessels; exemption from penalty for violation of

customs revenue or navigation laws, 19 $ 23.10 Measurement of vessels; length, breadth, depth, superstructures, tonnage

measurements, drawings, forms, etc., 19 Part 2 Salvage vessels, application for operation, etc., 19 $ 4.97 Seizure of vessels transporting articles or otherwise violating customs or

navigation laws, or other laws, 19 $ $ 23.3, 23.31
Supplies and equipment for:

Drawback of duties and taxes on, 19 $ 22.18
In foreign-trade zones, 19 $ 30.16
Withdrawal of; exemption from customs duties and internal-revenue

tax, landing of bonded supplies and stores, crediting or cancella

tion of bonds, 19 $ $ 10.59–10.65
Tonnage measurement. See Measurement.
Tonnage taxes, 19 $$ 4.20–4.24
Transportation of merchandise in bond. See Transportation in bond and

merchandise in transit.
United States Government vessels:
Arriving from foreign ports without commercial cargo; report of

arrival, manifests, etc., 19 § 4.5

Passengers' baggage on, 19 $$ 10.24, 10.25 Violations: Customs law; action to be taken, penalties, etc. See Enforcement of cus

toms and navigation laws. Export control regulations; authority to require return or unloading of

cargo, 15 $ 379.11
Violins made before 1800; entry, 19 $ 10.53
Virgin Islands:

Customs district and ports, 19 $ 1.1 (c)
Entry of merchandise from, 19 $ 7.9
Export of merchandise to; drawback allowed, 19 $ 22.27

Customs Bureau—Continued
Viruses, serums, toxins, etc.:

Importation by mail, 19 § 9.12 (c)
Restricted importation, labels, samples, disposition, etc.:

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

For treatment of man, 19 $ $ 12.21-12.23 Vouchers, vendors' bills of sale, or invoices for purchases or services intended

for payment from official funds, 19 $ 24.34 Wake Island: Entry of merchandise from, certificate of origin, withdrawal of merchandise

from bonded warehouse, etc., 19 $ 7.8
Export of merchandise to; drawback allowed, 19 $ 22.27
War:
Communications, import and export of, during war; regulations under

Trading with the Enemy Act, 19 Part 52
Free importation of certain articles during war; personal effects of persons

in service of United States, and of evacuees, and gifts from members of

armed forces, 19 Part 54
Implements of war. See Arms, ammunition, and implements of war.
Warehouses:

See also Foreign-trade zones.
Bonds; extension of warehouse entry bond, 19 $ 56.3
Customs warehouses and control of merchandise therein, 19 Part 19

Accounts; certification of warehouse officer's reports, 19 $ 19.12
Classes of customs warehouses, 19 § 19.1
General provisions; application to bond, alterations, changes of status,

safety and sanitary requirements for offices, expenses of labor and
storage, examination of goods, permits, transfer to another ware-

house, etc., 19 $ $ 19.2-19.10
Manipulation (cleaning, g, repacking, etc.) in bonded warehouses

and elsewhere, 19 $ 19.11
Manufacturing warehouses, 19 $ $ 19.13–19.16
Offices; safety and sanitary requirements, 19 $ 19.4
Smelting and refining warehouses; application to establish, bond,

allowance for wastage, manufacturers' statements, transfer, with-
drawal, affidavits as to dutiable metals, entirely lost, etc., 19

$ $ 19.17-19.28
Wheat, storage of; space bonded for, 19 $ $ 19.29–19.34
Entries and withdrawals, 19 $$ 8.30–8.45
Combined entry for rewarehouse and withdrawal for consumption, 19

$ 8.35
Entry for rewarehouse, 19 $$ 8.33, 8.34

Entry for warehouse, 19 $ $ 8.30-8.32
Extensions of time in, pursuant to proclamation of President under section

318, Tariff Act of 1930; merchandise in general order and bonded

warehouses, 19 Part 56
Bonds, extension, 19 $ 56.3
Merchandise in general order warehouses, 19 $ 56.2
Periods of time prescribed in sections 491, 557, and 559, Tariff Act of

1930, as amended, extended, conditions, 19 $ 56.1
Liquidation of duties on entries, 19 $ $ 16.2, 16.11
Smelting and refining warehouses. See Customs warehouses and control

of merchandise therein.
Withdrawals:
At original or secondary port:

For consumption, 19 $$ 8.37–8.40

For exportation, 19 $ $ 8.41–8.45
Combined entry for rewarehouse and withdrawal for consumption, 19

$ 8.35
For exportation or for transportation and exportation, 19 $ 18.19
For transportation:

Exportation under, 19 $ 8.36
For exportation and transportation, 19 $ 18.19

Warehouse and rewarehouse withdrawals, 19 $ $ 18.16–18.18 Warrant, issued to customs officer to search for and seize merchandise, 19 $ 23.11

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Customs Bureau-Continued

Water buffalo skins, from India; customs entry, 19 $ 10.86
Whaling; importation or exportation of products, under International Conven-

tion, 19 $ 12.30 Wheat:

Storage of; space bonded for, 19 $ $ 19.29–19.34

Wheat, unfit for human consumption; entry, 19 $ 10.106 White spruce, Western; entry, 19 $ 10.109 Wild or game animals or birds; entry, 19 $ $ 10.75, 10.76, 12.26–12.29 Wines. See Liquors, distilled spirits, wines, malt beverages, etc. Women's wearing apparel, models of; entry, 19 $$ 10.31, 10.35 Wool and hair: Camel's hair and wool; entry or withdrawal, bond, duties, records, etc., 19

$ $ 10.91-10.97
General; invoices, entry, examination, weighing, sampling, etc., 19 $ $ 8.15

(a) (8), 13.11–13.16
Skins, wool-bearing, entry of, 19 $ 10.77
Wool products; labeling to indicate fiber content, 19 $ 11.12

Wool tops, from Uruguay; countervailing duties, 19 $ 16.24
Yachts, documentation of, 19 $$ 3.2, 3.4, 3.44, 3.45, 3.53

Zinc and zinc-bearing ores. See Metals and ores. Customs and Patent Appeals, United States Court of; appeals to, 19 $ $ 17.1–17.11;

37 $ $ 1.301, 1.302
Customs districts and ports of entry. See Customs Bureau.
Customs duties, requirements, procedures, etc.:

See also Customs Bureau.
Canal Zone, customs regulations for, 35 $$ 4.12 4.21a, 5.37, 9.1-9.18
China or North Korea, merchandise originating from; customs procedures and

transactions, 31 $ $ 500.536, 500.808 Consideration of customs duties, in cost of products to be procured by Govern

ment agencies, 44 $ 53.32 Films and filmstrips made in United States and exported temporarily on rental

or loan basis; duty-free return to United States exporter, 22 $ 502.11 Foreign Service officers; duties of, in connection with customs, 22 $$ 114.4–114.6 Foreign-trade zones; customs procedures. See Foreign trade zones. Helium, export of, 22 § 76.14 Immigration fines, vessels or aircraft subject to, denial of clearance by customs

collector, approval of bond, etc., 8 $$ 280.2, 280.3, 280.7, 280.11, 280.15 Mail, imports and exports by:

Customs treatment of imports, 19 Part 9, $ 12.51
International mail; customs duties:

Exportations, 39 Parts 114, 133

Importations, 39 Part 161 Military purchases, foreign; armed services procurement regulations, 32

$$ 6.301-6.303, 595.502 Regulations of Customs Bureau respecting. See Customs Bureau. Surplus property, foreign customs duties, taxes, etc., on; negotiation with foreign

governments respecting, 44 $ 308.16 (f) Tea, imported; customs custody, 21 Part 281 Warehouses for distilled spirits, tobacco, etc., transfers to; excise tax regula

tions. See Internal Revenue Service. Cut stone industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 33 Cutting off competitors' or others' access to customers or markets, or supplies or

services; cease and desist orders, 16 $$ 13.540–13.605 Cutting prices arbitrarily; cease and desist orders, 16 $ 13.665

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Dairy products (butter, cream, milk, cheese, etc.):
Customs entry:
Countervailing duties, on butter from Australia and Denmark, and on

cheese from Canada, 19 $ 16.24
Permits required from Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, for

entry of milk and cream, 19 $ 12.7

Dairy products—Continued
Definitions and standards of identity:

Cheese; processed cheeses, cheese foods, spreads, etc., 21 Part 19
Condensed, dried, evaporated, etc., milk, 21 $$ 18.520-18.540

Cream, table, whipping, etc., 21 $$ 18.500–18.515
Excise tax on:
Adulterated, processed or renovated butter, 26 $$ 310.90–310.134, 451.1-

451.16, 451.38 Filled cheese, 26 Parts 301, 450 Grading and inspection, of butter, cheese, cream, milk and products, 7 Part 58 Imports: Federal Milk Import Act, regulations for enforcement of; inspections, per

mits, etc., for imported fresh, canned, dried, etc., milk, 21 Part 290 Import quotas, for butter, dried milk, and cheeses, 7 Part 6, Appendix 1 Mailing of (perishable matter), 39 $ 15.3 Marketing of:

Handling of milk in various marketing areas. See Agriculture Department.

Marketing under Produce Agency Act, 7 Part 48 Parity prices, for milk and butterfat, 7 Part 5 Plants manufacturing, processing, and packaging dairy products; minimum

specifications for approved plants, 7 $ $ 58.101-58.195 Price support programs, for butter, cheese, and dry milk solids, etc., 6 Part 430 Procurement of, by Army Department; inspection of establishments supplying,

32 Part 608
Sanitary inspection of process or renovated butter, 9 Part 171
School milk program, special, 6 Part 502
Standards:

Butter; standards for grades, 7 Part 24
Cheese:

Cheddar, 7 Part 45

Swiss, 7 Part 20
Milk and milk products:

Buttermilk; standards for grades, 7 Part 25
Dry milks; nonfat solids, 7 Part 39
Dry whey, 7 Part 23
Dry whole milk, 7 Part 40

Sediment standards, 7 Part 43
Trading in butter on commodity exchanges; regulations respecting reports, etc.,

17 Part 4
Wages and hours of workers engaged in production of, 29 Part 536
Damage, to certain property, etc.:

Aids to navigation, damage to, 33 Part 70
Airports; damage to public airports by Federal agencies, reimbursement for,

14 Part 560 Merchandise injured, destroyed, etc., relief from duties on, 19 Part 15 Military services, damage to property incident to activities of; claims against

United States:
Air Force Department regulations, 32 Part 836
Army Department regulations, 32 $$ 536.12–536.29

Navy Department regulations, 32 Parts 750, 751
Postal service; damage to property or mail, or injury to persons:
Claims for:

Arising out of operation of postal service, 39 $ $ 202.50–202.57

Insured or registered mail; indemnity, 39 Parts 54, 151, 152
Mailing of articles liable to cause damage or injury, prohibited or restricted,

39 Parts 14, 15 Privately-owned property, damage to, arising out of wrongful acts of employees

of various agencies; tort claims for. See Tort claims. Public works, damage done to, by vessels; determination of damage, 33 $ 209.405

Vessels, in Canal Zone waters, 35 $ $ 4.128–4.140 Dams: Navigable waters, dams to be constructed in; approval of plans by Corps of

Engineers, 33 $ 209.120 Rights-of-way for, in national forests, 43 $ $ 244.48–244.51 Tennessee River, dams or similar obstruction to be constructed; approval of

Tennessee Valley Authority, 18 $ 301.2

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