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INDEX TO CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATIVE ACT

OF JUNE 10, 1890, AS AMENDED
BY SECTION 28, ACT OF

AUGUST 5, 1909.

Sub-Sec.

Page.
1 Abandoned goods, underwriters as consignees. 260
22 Abandonment of damaged goods..

273
22 Abatement of duties on abandoned goods.

273
21 Abolishment of fees

272
22
of damage allowances

273
21
of oaths

272
7 Additional or penal duties

265
22 Allowance for damaged goods

273
7 Amendment of entries

265
29 Appeals to U.S. Court of Customs Appeals from
general appraisers

276
29 Application for review by U.S. Court of Cus-
toms Appeals

276
10 & 11 Appraiser to ascertain market value of goods 267
23 Appropriation of moneys for refund of duties
erroneously collected

274
30 Assistant Attorney-General, appointment of 279
30

compensation of.. 279
30

duties of

279
30 Attorneys for Government in Customs cases.. 279
30

appointment of. 279
30

compensation of 279
30

duties of

279
27 Baggage of passengers in transit

275
1 Bills of lading

260
12 Boards of general appraisers, establishment of 268
4 Bond for production of invoices of goods valued
over $100

261
19 Bonded warehouse, time goods may remain in 272
25 & 26 Bribery, penalties for

274
3 & 18 Charges on imported goods

.260, 272
29 Court of Customs Appeals, U.S., application for

review of decision of board of general ap-
praisers must be made within sixty days:
Provided, That in Alaska and in the in-
sular and other outside possessions of the
U.S. ninety days may be allowed.

276
21 Compensation of officers constituted by fees.. 272
1 Consignee of imported goods

260
1 Consignors, indorsement of Bill of lading by.. 260
23 Correction of manifest clerical errors.

274
18 Coverings, unusual

272
2 & 3 Currency of invoices

260
24 Customs officers not liable to importers

274
17 Decisions of general appraisers to be reported
to Secretary of the Treasury

271
17 Decisions of general appraisers, publication of 271

5 Declarations by owners, purchased merchandise 262
21 Declarations in place of oaths

272
5

of manufacturer or owner in cases
where merchandise not purchased

262
6

penalties for making false state-
ments in

265
to invoices of books, magazines,

30 •

269

Sub-Sec.

Page. and other periodicals

261 3 to invoices

260 5

to entry by owner, importer, con-
signee, or agent

262
30 Deputy Assistant Attorney-General, appoint-
ment of

279 30

compensation of 279 duties of

279 18 Duties on unusual coverings

272 23 refund of, improperly collected

274 9 Entries, penalties for false

267 8 of goods consigned for sale

266 4 of goods valued at over $100.

261 23 Errors, clerical, correction of manifest

274 15 Examination of importers as to market value of goods....

271 6 False declarations, penalties for making. 265 9 False entries, penalties for

267 21 Fees, abolishment of

272 3 Foreign market value of goods to be stated in invoices

260 7 Forfeiture of goods for undervaluation..

265 28 Forfeiture and liabilities incurred under prior acts

275 22 Fruit or other perishable articles, allowance for decay, destruction or injury

273 12 General appraisers, appointment of

268 12 compensation of

268 13

decisions of, as to reappraisements final 12, 13 & 14 duties of

268, 269, 270 12 establishment of boards of

268 12 not to be engaged in business

268 12 number of

268 12 politics of

268 12

possess powers of a Circuit Court, in

preserving order, compelling atten-
dance of witnesses, production of
evidence, and in punishing for
contempt

268
12
removal of

268 12

under general direction of the Secre-
tary of the Treasury

268
12
how appointed, etc.

268 1 Goods, imported, ownership of

260 19

in warehouse, time they may remain in 272 1 Imported goods, ownership of

260 15 Importers, examination of, as to virtue of goods 271 7 Invoices, additions to, or deductions from, to make market value

265 2

for immediate transportation, goods.. 260 4

none required for personal effects... 261 2

of goods to be signed by owner or

manufacturer, if produced other-
wise than by purchase or by agent
of purchaser, manufacturer or
owner

260 2

of goods to be signed by person own

ing or shipping same if actually
purchased

260 2

of imported goods to be made out in

the currency of place or country.. 260 3

260 production of, to consular officer..

261 pro forma

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Sub-Sec.

Page.
4
required on entry of goods.

261
2
to contain description of goods

260
1 Lading, bills of

260
7 Market value, additions or deductions to make 265
18
defined

272
10
of goods, ascertainment of..

267
15

of goods, examination of importers 271
3
of goods...

260
1 Merchandise, ownership of..

260
12 New York, permanent board of general ap-
praisers at

268
24 Non liability of customs officers to importers 274
14 Notice of dissatisfaction to be filed within fif-
teen days

270
21 Oaths, abolishment of

272
1 Ownership of merchandise defined.

260
27 Passengers' baggage in transit

275
7 Penal duties for undervaluation

265
25 & 26 Penalties for bribery

274
6
for making false declarations

265
9
for false entries

267
16

for false swearing as to value of
goods

271
28
incurred under prior acts

275
4 Personal effects accompanying passenger, no
invoice

261
27 Personal effects of passengers in transit.

275
20 Probable cause, certificate to issue in seizure
Cases

272
14 Protest, or notice of dissatisfaction as to rate

or amount of duty to be filed within fifteen
days

270
17 Publication of decisions of general appraisers 271
13 Reappraisement by general appraiser.

269
13

must be called for by im.

porter within ten days... 269
13

collector may call for, with-
in sixty days

269
13 Re-reappraisement by board of general ap-

praisers must be called for by importer with-
in five days

269
13 collector may call for, within ten days. 269
23 Refund of duties improperly collected

274
28 Repeal sections

275
23 Report to Congress of money refunded

274
28 Rights accruing under previous acts.

275
22 Sale of abandoned goods

273
17 Sample of goods, deposit of

271
23 Secretary of the Treasury to report to Con-
gress

274
20 Seizure, suits in case of

272
8 Statements on entry of goods consigned for
sale

266
20 Suits in case of seizure

272
14 & 29
in customs cases

270, 276
28
under previous acts

275
7 Undervaluation of goods, penalties for

265
1 Underwriters recognized as consignees

260
18 Unusual coverings

272
29 U. S. Court of Customs Appeals..

276
29

application for review of de-

cision of board of general
appraisers must be made with-

Sub-Sec.

Page. in sixty days: Provided, That in Alaska and in the insular and other outside possessions of the U. S. ninety days may be allowed

276 29 appointment of judges

276 29 clerks for, and compensation

276 29 compensation of judges

276 29 decisions of, final

276 29 duties of judges

276 29 establishment of

276 29

marshals for, and compensation 276 29 number of judges

276 29

shall organize for business in the

city of Washington, D. C. 276 10 & 11 Value, market, of goods, ascertainment of 267 16

of goods, penalty for false swearing.. 271 15 & 16

of goods, examination of importers. 271 18 of imported goods, definition of

272 19 Warehouse, time goods may remain in

272 3 & 10 Wholesale price of goods to be stated in invoices

260,.267

AN ACT To provide revenue, equalize duties and encourage the industries of the United States, and for

other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That on and after the day following the passage of this Act, except as otherwise specially provided for in the second section of this Act, there shall be levied, collected, and paid upon all articles when imported from any foreign country into the United States or into any of its possessions (except the Philippine Islands and the islands of Guam and Tutuila) the rates of duty which are by the schedules and paragraphs of the dutia ble list of this section prescribed, namely:

DUTIABLE LIST

Schedule A.-Chemicals, Oils, and Paints

1. Acids: Acetic or pyroligneous acid, not exceeding the specific gravity, of one and forty-seven one-thousandths, threefourths of one cent per pound; exceeding the specific gravity of one and forty-seven one-thousandths, two cents per pound; acetic anhydrid, two and one-half cents per pound; boracic acid, three cents per pound; chromic acid, two cents per pound; citric acid, seven cents per pound; lactic acid, containing not over forty per centum by weight of actual lactic acid, two cents per pound; containing over forty per centum by weight of actual lactic acid, three cents per pound; oxalic acid, two cents per pound; salicylic acid, five cents per pound; sulphuric acid or oil of vitriol not specially provided for in this section, one-fourth of one cent per pound; tannic acid or tannin, thirtyfive cents per pound; gallic acid, eight cents per pound; tartaric acid, five cents per pound; all other acids not specially provided for in this section, twenty-five per centum ad valorem.

2. Alcoholic compounds, including all articles consisting of vegetable, animal or mineral objects immersed or placed in, or

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