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Mar.

16.

13 12
Entry, warehousing and transportation, may be combined in one.

June
Entry, importer refusing compliance with law-goods treated as unclaimed

20. 153 48
Entry, importers option to tale must be declared at time of

Dec.

1. 287

Dec. 15. 300 80
Entry of baggage, inspection, declaration, forfeiture.
Evaporation—see "allowance."

Dec. 7. 294 79
Erroneous assessment of Internal Revenue Tax-see "abatement."

Dec. 5. 293 79

April 11. 91
Europe includes Channel Islands..

23
Examination of damaged merchandise.

May 18. 123 32
Examination and appraisement not generally allowed away from public store.

Oct. 16. 212 68
Excess in weight-See" moisture contracted on voyage of importation."

June 10. 144 45

Oct.
Export bonds-rule for cancelation

14. 237 67

April 9.
Export, goods remaining in general order store over one year cannot be entered for

86 22
Exportation of domestic distilled spirits in bond, not allowed.

May

1. 108 28
Exportat on via San Antonio, to Mexico-see routes of transportation.

May 21. 126 33
Exported duty and drawback on paper sent to the United States to be printed.

Dec.

22 308 82
Extension of C. H. bonds, application for

Oct.

21. 250 69
Extra coinpensation, under act March 3d, 1841--see "claims closed”

April 25. 101 25

F.
Failure to protest and appeal fatal.....

Feb. 24. 23 7
Fancy white cottons, cambrics, checked cambrics, brilliants, &c.-duty on, 54 cents a square yard, and 35
per cent. ad valorem..

Oct. 19, 20. 246 69
Fees for weighing salt..

Mar. 2. 26

Feb.
Fees of $2.50 required for consul certificate to invoice of free goods.

26. 25 7
Fees, gnaging, do not apply to bottled liquors, &c..

April 24. 100 25

June
Fees, consular, for verifying invoices, not a dutiable charge.

10. 145 46
Fees and emoluments-see claims closed"

April 25. 101 25
Fee, gauging, on champagne wine..

May 15. 122 31
Fees, no entry or other fees op importations by mail.

May 23. 134 34
Fees, half storeage...

Dec.

28. 313 83
Fees on frontier districts and on coast districts.

Oct. 23. 20) 72
Feeding bottles subject to duty of 40 per cent.

Oct.

12. 231 66
Fees, witness, when summoned by supervising inspector, paid by collector.

Oct. 17. 243 68
Felt carpeting, certain, duty 25 cents per square yard, and 35 ad valorem.

Oct. 26. 258 71
Fence posts-see cedar telegraph poles...

April 10. 90 23
Ferry hoars of the shore line railway to be inspected and licensed, &c.

Mar. 30. 62 17
Ferry boats liable to inspection.

Feb. 5. 8 4
Fines, Secretary's power to remit.

May 13. 119 31
Fine, same in amount as duty not divisible

May 30. 139 35
Fines, &c., pilots of revenue cutters not entitled to informer's share as officers.

April

2. 63 19
Fines, &c., paid under protest should be refunded, and suit instituted.

May 18. 125 32
Fines, penalties, and forfeitures, see proceeds of-how distributed..

Mar. 21. 50 14
Fines, penalties, and forfeitures – Abstract G, Circular V.

Jume 30. V 42
Fines, penalties, and forfeitures—see“ proceeds of sale”.

Nov, 14. 277 75
Fine for violation of copyright law cannot be remitted by Secretary of Treasury,

May

13. 119 31
Fine for failure to obtain consular entry on crew list of absent seamen-how collected.

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Nov. 23. 279 75
Finer and lighter-see bleached and colored cottons..

Oct. 28. 261 72
Fish and balloons of paper, dutiable as toys.

Dec. 2. 289 78
Fish, foreign caught, imported in bulk and remaining in bond-see “repacking.'

Feb. 18. 196
Fish plates and joints-duty 2 cents per pound..

Nov. 14. 276 75
Fishing vessels may carry cargo to British Provinces, how.

Oct.

22. 252 70
Flax seed, bags filled with, not dutiable,

April

10. 88 22
Flat boats and barges, tonnage tax on...

June

5. 140 44
Foreign governments, action of officials of, cannot reduce invoice value

June 24. 157 49
Foreign built, derelict, vessel not to be registered...

Feb. 7. 9 4
Foreign vessels, tonnage dues paid on, one which is subsequently lost cannot be refunded-the hull not cutiable. May 25. 131 34
Foreign country, repairs of vessels in, not absolutely necessary, dutiablo at 50

Jan. 2. 1 1
Foreign trade, tonnage of vessels engaged in-see "admeasurement."

Jan. 7. 2 2
Foreign countries, United States built vessels sailing to—not exported

Feb. 11. 13 5
Foreign language-manifest admissible in...

Mar. 27. 58 16

Nov. 7.
Foreign adjacent territory-sec British Columbia.

273 74
Foreign coins not receivable in payment for United States dues.

Dec. 19. 305 81
Foreign contiguous territory-ste" passengers' baggage” from.

Dec. 15. 300 80
Foreign goods must pay duty on each importation.

Oct. 24. 257 71
Forfeiture and penalties-see “fines,” &c..

Nov. 14. 277 75
Forfeiture of vessels—see admeasurement.

Jan. 7. 2 2
Forfeiture of baggage, inspection—declaration, entry

Dec. 15. 300 80
Forfeiture defined in sec. 1 act June 27, 1961-see" baggage," &c..

Oct.

17. 244 68
Fraud, reappraisement not to be set aside except for..

April

10. 92 23
Free entı y, merchandise from Sitka shipped after ratification of the treaty entitled to.

April

6. 74 2)
Free goods require consular certificate.

Fib. 26. 25 7
French vessels-see discriminating duties.

June 23. 156 49
Freight, liens for-see Circular, Reg. I.

June 30. I 36
Fringes, tassels—sec silk twist-duty 50 per cent..

Oct.

28.

262 72
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per cent.

Frontier districts, fees on..

ers, repairs of vessels trading on..
Frontier trade-see additions to manifests.
Fruits in juice, as "syrups,” 35 per cent.
Funds, deposits of public....
Fars from Alaska in American vessels via Hawaian Islands.

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Oct. 29. 263 72
Jan. 2. 1 1
June 27. 160 49
Jan.

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May 29. 137 35
Mar.

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Galvanized iron telepraph wire dutiable at 2 cents per pound, and 15 per cent. ad valorem.

May 21. 127 33
Games made of wood and paper, dutiable as toys, 50 per cent.

Nov. 27. 234 77
Gauging fee does not apply to bottled liquors packed...

April 24. 100 25
Gauging fee not to be exacted on champagne wine invoiced in the quart or pint bottles.

May 16. 122 31
General appraiser to revise local appraiser's returns of damaged merchandise.

May 18. 123 32
General order store, merchandise becoming valueless in-how disposed of..

Mar.

26. 53 15
General order store, goods in, over 12 months not subject to additional duty

Mar. 7. 34 10
General order store-goods in over a year not enterable for export...

April 9. 86 22
General regulations, No. 62, superseded by subsequent regulations of 1857

May 18. 123 32
Germany-see discriminating duties..

June 23. 156 48
Glass sleeve or cuff buttons, certain, duty 40 per cent.:

Nov. 27. 285 77
Glass cutters' stones, if fwrought, 10 per cent.; if finished, 20 per cent.

Dec. 23. 310 82
Goats, Angora, and Caraman sheep-duty 20 per cent.

April 8. 83 21
Gold and silver sweepings entitled to free entry...

1. 167 51
Goods shipped to United States from one foreign port via another..

May 19, 25. 130 33
Goods in general order store over 12 months not subject to additional duty

Mar. 7. 34 10
Goods in general order store over 1 year cannot be entered for export..

April 9. 86 22
Goods, deficiency in, no allowance for.

Feb. 21. 22 7
Goods' withdrawn on anniversary of day of importation...

Mar. 29. 64 17
Goods seized to be appraised at home value..

May 9. 116 30
Goods bonded cannot be withdrawn for a change in their condition and subsequently returned to warehouse. April 10. 89 22
Goods in bond, all, at risk of owner, importer, agent, or consignee..

Feb. 21. 22 7
Goods wrécked, allowance for damage on

June 2. 133 44
Gouds treated as unclaimed, when importer refuses to comply with law in making entry

June

20. 153 49
Goods in store without proof of ownership, treated as unclaimed.

June 27.

159 49
Goods undervalued, additional duty can be exacted on.

July 2. 168 51
Goods imported for a pnblic museum-not free..

Aug. 20. 197 58
Goods erroneously passed free, liability to duty of

Aug. 27. 202 59
Government employès, loss through their neglect..

April 7. 77 20
Government contractors, materials imported by, dutiable.

Mar.

9. 33 10
Government property, all-Abstract L, circular.

June 30.

V 43
Grain, exported ! per cent. on amount per bond allowed for shrinkage, &c.

Feb.

24 7
Grain bags filled with flax seed, not dutiable..

April 10. 83 2.2
Grain, allowance for shrinkage on exported.

Feb.

25. 21 7
Granite, red-see "sarcophagus.”.

Feb.

8. 10 5
Green plumns-duty 10 per cent..

Oct. 30. 255 73
Green stone, an inferior kind of marble, 50 cents per cubic foot, and 20 per cent. ad valorem..

Nov. 16. 278 75
Grindstones—see "glasscutters' stones," so styled

Dec. 23. 310 82
Guano Island, "Sombrero," a foreign country

Aug. 21. 193 58
Gunny bags, old or refuse, 10 per cent. ad valorem

Aug

20.

194 57
Gun wads made of wool, (waste) 50 cents per pound, and 35 per cent. ad valorem..

Mar.

18.

47 13

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Half storage, fees for.
Handling and measuring-see grain.
Handkerchiefs-see "manufactures of flax," &c.
Hat bands, (silk hat bands)-duty 60 per cent.
Hay, a non-enumerated manufacture, at 20 per cent.
Hides from Calcutta, commissions on, 21 per cent.
Home value assessed on seized goods..
Hoop iron-see "iron cotton ties."
Hoop iron-see "iron hoops.".
Horse, immigrant's, not free, though “personal effects” are.
Hosiery, shirts, and drawers—see "silk and cotton," &c.—duty 60
Hospital, U. S. marine, names of officers, &c., salaries and general information concerning.
Household effects, when and how to arrive to be free.
Hull, &c., of wrecked foreign vessel, not dutiable....

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Imitation of precious stones, duty 30 per cent..
Immigrant, buggy used by-free-see “personal effects.”.
Immigrant's horse not free, though personal effects are

June
Feb.
Aug.

16 150 47
18. 26 6
3. 183 55
18. 303 81

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Immigrant, personal effects--carriage considered part of

Sept. 23. 218 62
Immigrant, owner-see personal effects...

Nov. 24. 282 76
Importation, moisture contracted on voyage of

June 10. 144 45
Importer refusing compliance with law-goods treated as unclaimed.

June 20. 153 48
Importer not seeing notice of liquidation, no ground for relief..

July 30. 174 53
Imported, logs when, put in “boom."

Jan. 10. 6 3
Importations by “mail” under postal convention..

May

28. 134 34
Importers option to tale, instead of breakage, must be declared on entry

Dec.

1. 287 77
Importer's duty to separate free, from dutiable goods-see rags for paper-

Dec.

28. 311 82
Implements of trade_see sewing machine in use.

Nov. 23. 280 76
Importer—transfer of bonded merchandise does not relieve from liability of duties

Oct. 31. 267 73
Importation-see anniversary of the date of..

Nov. .6. 272 74
Incorporated institutions, sheet music imported for—not free.

April 29. 107 27
Indigo-See exc-ss of weight....

June

10. 144 45
Increased value of wines by age while in bond, not dutiable.

Mar. 4. 28 9
Informer, nothing to prevent deputy collector from being

May 30. 138 35
Informer, if none, seizing officer to receive share of..

July 21. 175 53
Informer's share to officers making seizure.

June 22. 154 48
Informer's share-see deposits on proceeds Internal Revenue judginents.

Dec.

2. 288 78
Informer's share-see distribution of pedlar's forfeit...

Dec. 21. 307 81
Informer's share, assessors of Internal Revenue entitler to..

Dec. 28. 312 82
Informer's share, none divisible where the sum is in lieu of duty.

May 30. 138 35
Informer's share-see protest and suit, when determined by court.

May 18. 125 32
Informer's share not distributed by court in compromise suits.

June

30. 161 50
Informer's share is provided for by the statute violated and must be claimed according to statute

Mar.

21. 50 14
Informer's share-how distributed in the absence of specific manner of listribution.

Mar.

21. 50 14
Informer's share, where no provision can be found, Government entitled to the whole amount, &c. Mar. 21. 50 14
Inland transportation, commissions and charges for, ivcluded in dutiable value...

Mar. 28. 59 16
Inland routes-see transportation.

May 14, 15. 120 31

May 21. 126 33
Inspection, steam vessels liable to...

Feb. 5. 8 4
Inspection and license-ferry boats.

Mar. 30. 62 17
Inspection of vessels to be certified by inspector-after personal inspection.

Mar. 26. 55 15
Inspection of steamboats, fees and compensation.

April 1. 67 18
Inspector-after personal inspection

Mar. 26. 55 15
Inspectors and special agents of the Treasury Department-circular concerning the collection of public
moneys under the Revenue Law

June 30. IV 40
Inspection of baggage-declaration, entry-forfeiture.

Dec.

15. 300 80
Instructions to all revenue agents-instructions to special agents of the Treasury Department, and other
parties connected with the collection of public moneys under the revenue laws.

June 30. IV 40
Instruments invalid for want of stamps-validation of

Jan.

28. 7 2
Internal Revenue Tax-see "wines destroyed,” &c..

Feb. 8. 11 5
Internal waters. steam vessels plying on

Feb. 5. 8 4
International bridge, wire used in building, "not imported”—free.

Mar. 16.

44 12
Intermediate port, goods taken on board at—sie "additions to manifests'

June 27. 150 49
Interference of Secretary with proceedings in suit—see "suit”.

Mar. 10. 36 10,11
Invoice of merchandise-see" measurement."

May 4. 109 28
Invoices require consular certificate for free goods, as well as for merchandise

Feb. 26. 25 7
Invoices, consular fees for verifying, not a dutiaole charge.

June 10. 145 46
Invoice value not reducible by action of foreign government.

June 24. 157. 49
Invoices, consul refusing to certify to

Sept. 4. 203 59
Invoice value as entered, not to be reduced by action of the Government whence exported.

June 24. 157 49
Invoice value of wool, value of sacks must be included..

Oct.

21. 248 69
Invoice-commissions not necessarily included in-before importation

Nov. 30. 286 77
Iron beams, so styled, duty on, 14 cents per pound.

Dec. 2. 290 78
Iron cotton ties-duty on as "hoop iron.

Jan. 17. 4 2
Iron cotton ties, old, unfit for use, $8.00 per ton..

Feb. 8. 12 5
Iron cotton ties-see "iron hoops"

Nov. 10. 274 74
Iron cotton ties and old manufactures to be considered remanufactured must be reconverted into raw material Mar. 20. 49 14
Iron cotton ties, not hoop iron--duty 35 per cent..

July 31.

181 54
Iron hoops, so styled, dutiable as hoop iron...

Nov. 10. 274 74
Iron, magnetic sand or ore ..

Jan.

20. 5 2
Iron, pieces of, if not scrap, dutiable at 1 cent per pound.

Dec. 17. 302 81
Iron safe used in office or store, not personal effects.

Sept. 18. 210 60
Iron-see wrought iron fish plates...

Nov.

14. 276 75
Iron telegraph wire, duty on..

May 21. 127 33
Iron telegraph wire, galvanized, dutiable 2 cents per pound, and 15 per cent. ad valorem.

May 21. 127 33
Isthmus of Panama--see "shipments via.”

Dec. 31. 319 84

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J.

Jars containing carbonate of ammonia, nut dutiable as “ Jars.".

Dec.
Judgments, proceeds of, only such as are divisible between United States and informer should be deposited
to Secretary's credit..

Dec.

2. 298 73

K.

Kits, mackerel cannot be repacked in, for exportation.
Knives, putty, manufactures of steel.
Knives, butchers, are classed as cutlery.

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311.

Laces, silk and cotton, 60 per cent..
Laches--ree loss through neglect of government employés..
Lading, bill of, admissible as proof for damage.
Land sold under direct tax law purchased by the United States, department has no authority over.
Landing certificate, one, may cover several exportations..
Landed, amount of dutiable merchandise, to be ascertained.
Landing certificate and drawback under Internal Revenue.
Laniling certificates must be prepared and executed at port of landing, signatures to..
Landing certificate at Matamoras-oath of both master and mate not to be exacted in certain cases..
Landing certificate required for each several bond.
Language, foreign, manifest may be in..
Last blocks, duty on...
Lavaca, port, the only port for transhipment of bonded merchandise to Mexico, via San Antonio.
Leakage-see "allowance.".
Legal tender-see “coins.".
Liability of importer for duties on bonded merchandise not relieved by transfer
Libel. seizure of vessel after “fine and protest"
License and enrolment of vessels exclusively used in owner's service...
License and enrolment, steam vessels plying in a particular harbor not liable to
License, property of a pedlar forfeit for his trailing without-not distributable..
License cannot be granted to yachts less than 20 tons..
Licenses erroneously granted, to be recalled....
License-pilots and engineers of ferry boat.
License and tonnage tax on barges and flat boats.
Licenses, engineer's and pilot's, renewal of...
Liens for freiglit-Cir. Reg. II.
Liens for duties specific not general..
Lighter and coarser-see bleached and colored cottons..
Linen drills and coatings, if not brown or bleached, dutiable as manufactures of flax.
Liquidation, notice of-failure to protest and appeal..
Liquidation of duties, delay in-see additicnal duty.
Liquor to be forfeited if imported in casks of less than 30 gallons capacity.
Liquors and cigars in bond, qnantity of, in one package...
Liquors, arms, and ammunition in limited quantities only to be shipped to Sitka
Liquors, arms, and ammmvition cannot be imported into Sitka from foreign ports.
Lists of deposits--what they should contain..
Liquors, capacity of vessels containing.
Locks or seals of cars violated-penalty.
Locks or seals violated on sealed cars-contents treated as foreign merchandise.
Logs, costs and charges on, estimated, &c..
Loss through neglect of government employés.
Lost checks, disbursing officers-no relief.
Lost vessel-tonnage tax not refunded..
Lumber, &c., measurement of, to be actual and accurate.
Lumber brought from N. B., manifest of..
Lumber, dressed....
Lumber, American, transit through N. B.-Cir. Reg. II.

Mar. 4. 29 9
April 7. 77 20
Mar. 17, 24.

45 13
Mar. 13. 39 11
Oct. 14. 237 67
May 4. 109 23
May 29. 136 35
June 8. 143 45
June 15. 148 46
June 27. 161 50
Mar. 27. 58 16
Sept. 18. 211 60
May 21. 123 33
Mar. 6. 33 10
Oct. 21. -51 70
Oct. 31. 267 73
May

18. 125 32
May 21. 128 33
April 2. 68 18
Dec. 21. 307 81
Feb.

18. 18 6
Feb. 18. 18 6
Mar.

62 17
June 5. 140 44
April 2. 70 19
June

30. I 36
April 23. 99 25
Oct. 28. 261 72
April 21. 97 24
Dec. 15. 299 80
Nov. 6. 272 74
Mar. 14. 40 11
May 5. 111

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June 30 II 38
June 30. III 39
Nov. 23. 25 281 76
Feb. 14. 17 6
May 26. 133 34
May 26. 133 34
Jan.

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April

7. 77 20
May 18. 124 32
April 4.

73. 19
May 4. 109 28
Oct. 13. 235 66
Sept. 14. 204 59
June 30.

II 38

10.

M.

Mackerel-see repacking of merchandise, &c..
Machinery-saw mills used abroad, not free.
Magnetic iron sand or ore-duty 20 per cert..
Magnesia, Henry's—duty 50 per cent..
Mail. dutiable articles imported by ..
Manifest, additions to, without collector's certificate, penalty for, 100 dollars.
Manifests, omissions to have duplicate, not penal..
Manifests may be in foreign language.
Manifests, stamps not required on copies of, under act of ’99.
Manifest of lumber from N. B.-ownership..
Manifest—vessels licensed in coasting trade.
Manifest not required of vessel trading in home district.
Manufactures, American-see petroleum barrels.
Manufactures, old, must be reconverted into raw material to be considered remanufactured.
Manufactures, American, reimportation of-duty payable in coin.

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19 6
3. 269 73
20. 5 2
30. 223 63
28. 134 34
27. 160 49
28. 104 26
27. 58 16
24. 52 14
13. 235 66
24. 256 71
24. 256 71
14. 16 5
20. 4914
29.. 106 27
15.

Manufactures, American, used abroad-not free..
Manufacturing and chemical purposes, acids for, free of duty
Manufactures of Hax--not otherwise provided for—see handkerchiefs
Marine papers having issued, change of name not permissible..
Marine papers, filing oath of ownership of all the owners on issue of.
Marine-see "tonnage tax."
Marble, inferior-see" greenstone."
Marble and lumber, measurement of.
Marshal, United States, moneys recovered by, treatment of
Marshal, United States, commissions to be paid in regular way-see "money.
Master and mate, oath of, to landing certificate..
Masts, spars, &c., of wrecked foreign vessel, no dnty on..
Maturity and disposition of uncancelled custom-bouse bonds.
Mate and master, oath of...
Meas rement of merchandise, (marble and lumber) to be accurate and actual.
Medicines, &c., transported in bond, restrictions on.
Melado-see tank footings so styled-dutiable at 24 cents per pound..
Merchandise, American, transit of, through foreign territory-lir. Reg. II.
Merchandise in bond, repacking of, for exportation, restricted.
Merchandise (butter) becoming valueless in general order store-how-admitted to entry
Merchandise unclaimeil-transportation entry not allowed..
Merchandise shipped from Sitka after ratification of the treaty, entitled to free entry.
Merchandise, measurement of marble and lumber) to be actual and accurate..
Merchandise, samples of, imported for sale are dutiable...
Merchandise of American origin exported by mail cannot be returned free.
Merchandise imported, enforcement of liens for freight on.....
Merchandise upon which duties have been paid and all merchandise of domestic origin.
Merchandise, routes for transporting, &c.—Abstract M..
Merchandise, regulations in regard to-Abstract M...
Metamoras-see oath of master and mate to landing certificate.
Mexico-see “routes of transportation."
Mexico, transportation in bond to..
Mills, American, useil abroad-see "machinery”—not free
Models dutiable according to materials, unless, &c..
Modicum of cotton, no account of. in spot nets..
Moisture contracted on voyage of importation-excess in weight.
Molasses on board Spanish vessel from Cuba liable to discriminating duty.
Molasses soured on voyage of importation, no allowance for..
Money due United States not payable in foreign coin.
Money received in lieu of duty, not devisible to informer
Moneys, public, cannot be disbursed by receivers from receipts of sales
Moneys recovered by United States marshal, treatment of ..
Mortgages and bills of sale of vessel must be acknowledged and recorded.
Music, sheet, not free when imported for use of incorporated institutions
Mutilated currency, redeeming, no charge for, by fiscal agents..

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Nov. 3. 269 73
Dec. 18. 304 81
Sept. 22. 211 61
April 1. 65 13
Oct. 15. 211 63
April 21. 98 24
Nov. 16. 278 75
May 4. 109 23
Oct. 6. 229 05
Oct.

6. 229 65
June

15. 1.18 45
May

25. 131 31
Mar.

10. 36 10.11
June

15. 118 45
May 4. 109 23
Mar. 30. 61 17
Dec. 17. 301 80
June

30. II 38
Feb. 18. 19 6
Mar. 26. 53 15
Mar. 30. 65 17
April 6. 74 20
May 4. 109 23
June 11. 146 43
July 1. 163 51
June 30. I 36
June 30. III 39
June 30. V 43
June 30.

V 43
June 15. 118 46
May

14. 120 31

8. 296 79
Nov.

3. 269 73
Oct.

23. 253 70
Mar. 4. 29 9
June 10. 144 45
April 8. 79 21
June 1, 12. 147 46
Dec. 19. 305 81
May 30. 133 35
Oct.

31. 268 73
Oct. 6. 229 65
Nov. 11. 275 75
April 29. 107 27
Oct. 23. 236 71

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N.
Name, change of, vessels purchased from the government.
National depositaries returns of moneys deposited..
Naval officers, extra compensation wben not duc...
Naval officers cannot take informer's share..
- Naval officer, deputy acting, entitled to deputy's compensation only.
Navy officers, goods for the use of-see "cigars”.
Neglect of government employés, loss through.
Nets, silk and cotton spot, 60 per cent...
New Brunswick-Bee "logs".
New Brunswick, manifest of lumber from, proof of ownership, &r..
Nickle cent-see " coins, legal tender”
Night, unlading at, restricted..
Notiee, obligors not entitled to, to fulfill obligations voluntarily assumed
Notice of liquidation, failure to protest and appeal
Notice must be signed and verified by claimant relative to liens for freight on imported merchandise.
Number an 1 tonnage of coastwise vessels entered and cleared - Abstract E..
Number-see “ quantity," "capacity," &c..

Apr. 1.
Nov. 23,5.
Apr. 20.
Mar, 21.
July
Dei'. 15, 31.
Apr. 7.
Mar. 4.
Jan, 10.
Oct.

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Oct.

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Oct.

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Mar. 5.
Dec.

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June 30.
June 30.
Mar.

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281 76
101 25

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176 53
319 81
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231 70
245 63

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299 80

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Oath of both master and mute to landing certificate at Matamoras
Obligors bound to clepsit certificate of delivery before maturity of transportation bondş.
Officer acting under ord is vif superior entitled to informer's share.
Oil -see olive-imported in jars for synagogue...
Oil, cod liver, duty 40 per cent...

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