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Executive order-Continued.

Abolishing and establishing a cus

toms port of entry at Boston,

Massachusetts.
Transfer of State of Arkansas from

collection district No. 45 (St.
Louis) to district No. 43 (Tennes-
see) with headquarters at Mem-

phis, Tennessee. Creating a customs port of entry at

Cambridge, Maryland. Abolishing port of entry at St.

Andrews, Florida, and creating one at Panama City, Florida. Abolishing several ports of entry in

Vermont and creating a new one at St. Albans, Vermont. Abolishing port of entry at Empire,

Oregon, and creating one at

Marshfield, Oregon.
Creating a customs port of entry at

Petersburg, Alaska.
Abolishing customs ports of entry

at Monticello and Houlton, in
customs collection district No. 1
(Maine and New Hampshire)
and establishing a new port of

entry at Houlton. Extending limits of the port of San

Francisco, California, to include
the Alameda side of the San

Antonio estuary.
Extending limits of the port of New

York.
Creating customs station at West-

hope, North Dakota, a customs
port of entry.
Making Minneapolis headquarters

port for customs collection district No. 35 (Minnesota), in which district Minneapolis and St. Paul shall be separate ports

of entry. Creating Jonesport as a port of en

try and abolishing Machias as a port of entry (Maine and New Hampshire) and extending limits of the port of Eastport in district

No. 1 to include Cutler.
Creating a port of entry at West

Palm Beach, Florida.
Abolishing customs ports of entry

of Mars Hill and Bridgewater,
customs collection district No. 1
(Maine and New Hampshire),
and creating a new port of entry

to be known as Mars Hill. See footnotes on p. 192.

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Executive order—Continued.

Extending port limits of Los An

geles to include Long Beach Cali

fornia. Abolishing Boothbay as a port of

entry and extending port limits of Bath to include Boothbay and Wiscasset (Maine and New Hampshire). Abolishing Koloa, on the Island of

Kauai, as a port of entry and creating the customs station of Port Allen (Hawaii) as a customs

port of entry. Creating a port of entry at Bau

dette, Minnesota.
Extending limits of the port of

Wilmington, Delaware.
Creating ports of entry at Orange

and Beaumont, Texas.
Creating a port of entry at Sitka,

Alaska.
Changing the name of the port of

Tia Juana, California, to San
Ysidro, California.
Changing the limits customs col-

lection district No. 27 (Los
Angeles) and customs collection

district No. 28 (San Francisco). Consolidating ports of Holeb and

Jackman (Maine and New Hampshire) into one customs port of

entry to be known as Holeb-JackAbolishing several ports of entry in

customs collection district No. 1 (Maine and New Hampshire) and creating a new port of entry

at Bar Harbor, Maine.
Creating a port of entry at Akron,

Ohio.
Revoking E.O. 4337, Nov. 10, 1925,

and making Coos County, New
Hampshire, a part of customs
collection district No. 2 (Ver-

mont). Creating a port of entry at Lan

caster, Minnesota. Creating a port of entry at Okla

homa City, Oklahoma. Abolishing various ports of entry

in New Jersey, Louisiana, Alaska, and creating ports of entry in

California and Washington.
Creating a port of entry at Roma,

Texas.
Creating a port of entry at Fabens,

Texas.
See footnotes on p. 192.

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Executive order—Continued.

Creating a port of entry at Dur- 4876 May 3, 1928

ham, North Carolina. Creating a port of entry at Long- 4956 Aug. 31, 1928

view, Washington.
Creating a port of entry at Tulsa, '4970 Sept. 28, 1928

Oklahoma.
Creating a port of entry on the east 5011 Dec. 15, 1928

side of San Francisco Bay to be

known as Oakland, California. Extending the limits of the port 5096 Apr. 19, 1929

of Boston, Massachusetts.
Extending the port limits of New 5130 May 29, 1929

Orleans, Louisiana.
Creating a port of entry at Car- 5137 June 17, 1929

bury, North Dakota.
Creating a port of entry at Reids- 5159 July 18, 1929

ville, North Carolina. Extending the limits of various 5193 Sept. 14, 1929

ports of entry in Oregon and

Washington.
Creating a port of entry at Oroville, 5206 Oct. 11, 1929

Washington.
Extending the limits of the port of 5320 Apr. 7, 1930

Niagara Falls, New York, to in

clude Lewiston, New York.
Creating a port of entry at San 5322 Apr. 9, 1930

Luis, Arizona.
Changing the limits of customs col- 5350 May 22, 1930

lection district No. 27 (Los

Angeles) and No. 25 (San Diego).
Extending the limits of customs col- 5392 July 9, 1930

lection district No. 21, Sabine,

Texas.
Designating Lawrence, Massachu- 5444 Sept. 16, 1930

setts, as a customs port of entry.
Extending the limits of the port of 5445 Sept. 16, 1930

Marshfield, Oregon.
Extending the limits of customs col- 5455 Oct. 1, 1930

lection district No. 8 (Rochester,

N. Y.).
Designating Lake Charles, Louisi- 5475 Nov. 3, 1930

ana, as a customs port of entry.
Abolishing port of entry at Oak- 5577 Mar. 13, 1931

land, California.
Changing designation of the Port 5578 Mar. 13, 1931

of San Francisco to Port of San
Francisco-Oakland and extend-

ing limits of said port.
Designating Sasabe, Arizona, as a 5608 Apr. 22, 1931

customs port of entry. Designating Port Everglades, Flori- 5770 Dec. 30, 1931

da, as a customs port of entry. Extending the limits of certain cus- 5835

Apr. 13, 1932
toms ports of entry in North
Dakota, Minnesota, and Wash-

ington.
See footnotes on p. 192.

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Executive order—Continued.

Designating Baton Rouge, Louisi- 5993 Jan. 13, 1933

ana, as a customs port of entry.
Abolishing Robbinston, Maine, as 6284 Sept. 13, 1933

a customs port of entry and ex-
tending the limits of the customs
port of Calais, Maine.
Changing name of customs port of 6545 Jan.

2, 1934
Nyando, New York, to Roose-

veltown, New York.
Designating Lawrenceburg, Indi- 6634 Mar. 7, 1934

ana, as a customs port of entry.
Extending limits of the customs 6754 June 28, 1934

port of Belfast, Maine.
Designating Gastonia, North Caro- 6755 June 28, 1934

lina, as a customs port of entry.
Designating Mahukona, Hawaii, as 6831 Aug. 23, 1934

a customs port of entry.
Extending the limits of the customs 7474 Oct. 17, 1936

port of entry of Brownsville,

Texas.
Designating Morehead City, | 7482 Nov. 3, 1936

North Carolina, as a customs

port of entry.
Designating Orange, Texas, as cus- 7495 Nov. 14, 1936

toms port of entry.
Designating Carrabelle, Florida, 7508 Dec. 11, 1936

as customs port of entry.
Extending limits of customs port of 7564 Feb. 27, 1937

entry of St. Paul, Minnesota.
Designating Ajo, Arizona, as a cus- 7584 Mar. 24, 1937

toms port of entry.
Designating certain ports of entry 7632 June 15, 1937

in Texas, Washington, Montana,
North Dakota, Minnesota, Mich-
igan, and Vermont, and detach-
ing certain townships from the

port of St. Albans. Vermont.
Extending the limits of customs 7706 Sept. 11, 1937

port of entry of Chester, Penn

sylvania.
Extending limits of customs port 7761 Dec.

3, 1937
of entry, Wilmington, North

Carolina.
Extending limits of the customs 7767 Dec. 14, 1937

port of entry, Buffalo, New

York.
Designating Port St. Joe, Florida, 7818 Feb. 22, 1938

as a customs port of entry.
Extending the limits of the port of 7840 Mar. 18, 1938

entry of Philadelphia, Pennsyl

vania. See footnotes on p. 192.

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Extending time for proof of use in 2023 Dec. 23, 1932

manufacture of bonded wool and
camel's hair, for warehousing
merchandise, and for exporta-
tion of merchandise to the Philip-
pines in accordance with section
318 of the Tariff Act of 1930.
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Extending the period for furnish- 2113 Jan. 7, 1935

ing proof of use in manufacture
of bonded wool and camel hair.
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Decreasing duty on maple sugar 1933 Feb. 5, 1931

and sirup.
Decreasing duty on pigskin leather. 1934 Feb. 5, 1931
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Decreasing duty on wood flour.--- 1936 Feb. 5, 1931
Decreasing duty on hats, bonnets, 1937 Feb. 5, 1931

and hoods.
Increasing duty fourdrinier 1940 Mar. 16, 1931

wires, cylinder wires, and woven-

wire cloth.
Decreasing duty on wool felt hats. - 1941 Mar. 16, 1931
Decreasing duty on edible gelatin.- 1942 Mar. 16, 1931
Increasing duty on bells.-

1954 June 24, 1931
Increasing duty on hemp cordage 1955 June 24, 1931
Increasing duty on eggs..

1956 June 24, 1931
Decreasing duty on pipe organs.

1957 June 24, 1931
Decreasing duty on bent-wood 1958 June 24, 1931

furniture.
Decreasing duty on olive oil.. 1959 June 24, 1931
Increasing duty on peas..-

1976 Dec. 2, 1931
Decreasing duty on eggplant. 1977 Dec. 2, 1931
Decreasing duty on peppers..

1978 Dec. 2, 1931
Modifying duty on shoes..

1979 Dec. 2, 1931
Decreasing duty on feldspar.. 1980 Dec. 2, 1931
Decreasing duty on cylinder, crown, 1981 Dec. 2, 1931

and sheet glass.
Changing duty on infants' wool 2001 June 11, 1932

knit outer wear.
Decreasing duty on alsamin, ferro- 2002 June 18, 1932

silicon, aluminum, etc.
Changing rates of duty on inedible 2007 Aug. 19, 1932

gelatin and glue.
Decreasing duty on sheepswool 2008 Aug. 19, 1932

sponges.
Increasing rates of duty on uphol. 2017 Dec. 14, 1932

sterers' nails, chair glides, and

thumb tacks.
Increasing rate of duty on cocoa- 2018 Dec. 14, 1932

fiber mats.
Increasing rate of duty on cotton 2019 Dec. 14, 1932

velvets.
Increasing rates of duty on folding 2020 Dec. 14, 1932

rules of aluminum or of wood.
See footnotes on p. 192.

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