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LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES,

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A list of all the laws on the above subjects and of the restrictive system, which have been repealed or

become obsolete: Also, various Treasury instructions to the Collectors of the customs, particularly
those relating to the rates of duties: Also, directions for making out manifests to be produced in the
custom-house, op clearing out vessels for foreigo ports: Together with an INDEX to the whole.

BY JOHN BRICE,
DEPUTY COLLECTOR OF THE PORT OF BALTIMORE.

PUBLISHED BY NEAL, WILLS & COLE,

BENJAMIN EDES, PRINTER.

District of Maryland, to wit:

BE IT REMEMBERED, that on this third day of June, in the thirty-eighth year of the Indepen-

dence of the United States of America, John Brice, of the said district hath

deposited in this office the title of a Book, the right whereof be claims as
Seal.

author, in the words and figures following, to wit:

" A selection of all the Laws of the United States, now in force, relative to commercial subjects, with
marginal notes and references to the same, classed under separate heads: comprehending the following:
The acts for the collection of duties on imports and tonnage, including the rates of duties payable on
goods, wares and merchandize: l'able of tonnage duty on the entrance of vessels, and of the fees of office:
Keristering, recording, enrolling and licensing ships or vessels: Mediterranean passports: Quarantine and
health: Remission of fines, penalties and forfeitures: Fisheries: Naturalization: Restriction of trade
with the enemy: Letters of marque and reprisal: Salvage: Slave trade: Consuls and vice consuls. Sea.
men in the merchants' service: Sea letters: And British licenses: And for regulating foreign coine. To
which will be added, a list of all the laws on the above subjects, and of the restrictive system, which have
been repealed or beconie obsolete: Also, various Treasury instructions to the Collectors of the customs,
particularly those relating to the rates of duties: Also, directions for making out manifests to be produced
in the custom house on clearing out vessels for foreign ports; together with an Index to the whole. By
John Brice, Deputy Collector of the Port of Baltimore,

In conformity to the act of the Congress of the United States, entitled "an act for the encouragement of
learning by securing the copies of maps, charts and books, to the autbors and proprietors of such copies
during the times therein mentioned," and also to the act entitled "an act supplementary to the act entitled
sigb) act for the encouragement of learning by securing the copies of maps, cbarts and books to the authors
and proprietors of such copies during the times therein mentioned," and extending the benefits thereof
to the arts of designing, engraving and etching historical and other prints.

PHILIP MOORE
Clerk of the District of Maryland.

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Baltimore, by the way of Appoquimmink and Sassafras,

An act to amend the act altering the district of Bermuda Hundred and Cit

214

An aet directing the mode of estimating certain foreign coins and currences, and of making out in

voices in certain cases,

215

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An act to repeal the internal taxes,

216

An act to amend an act, entituled, "An act to retain a further sum on drawbacks, for t

incident to the allowance and payment thereof, and in lieu of stamp duties on debentures,"

217

An act to provide for the establishment of certain Jistricts, and therein to amend an act, entitled,

"An act to regulate the collection of duties on imports and tonnage," and for other purposes.

an act to make Beaufort and Passamaquoddy, porte of entry and delivery; to make Easton and Ti-

verton ports of delivery; and to authorize the establishment of a new Collection district on Lake

Ontario,

An act for laying and collecting duties on imports and tonnage within the territories ceded to the

United States, by the treaty of the thirtieth of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, bem

tween the United States and the French Republic; and for other purposes,

225

An acs to allow drawbacks of duties, on goods, wares, and merchandize transported by land, in the

cases therein mentioned,

235

An act further to protect the commerce and seamen of the United States against the Barbary powers,

An act concerning drawbacks on goods, wares, and merchandize, .

239

An act declaring Cambridge, in state of Massachusetts, to be a port of delivery,

240

An act for carrying into more complete effect the tenth article of the treaty of friendship, limits,

and navigation with Spain,

An act supplementary to the act, entitled, “An act to regulate the collection of duties on imports

and tonnage,

Anget to establish the district of Gennesse, of Buffaloe Creek, and of Miami, and to aker the port

of entry of the district of Erie

An act to amend an ac, entitled, "An act for imposing more specific duties on the importation of

certain articles, and also for levying and collecting light-money on foreign ships or vessels," and

for other purposes,

An act to provide for light houses in Long Island Sound; and to declare Roxbury, in the state of

Manachusetts, to be a port of del very,

An act declaring the town of Jersey, in the state of New Jersey, to be a port of deiivery; and fo
erecting a light house on Wood Island, on Fletcher's Neck, in the state of Massachusetts,

247

An act to amend, in the cases therein mentioned, the Act to regulate the collection of duties on

imports and tonnage,"

248

An act to apney certain shores and waters to the district of Mississippi, a nd to authorize the build-

ing a custom house at New Orleans,

250

An act respecting seizures made under the authority of the United States, and for other parposes, 252

An act to change the name of the district of Beddeford and Pepperelborough, in Massachusetts, to

that of Saco .

253

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An act to make Plymouth, in North Carolina, a port of entry; to change the name of the district of

Nanjemoy to that of St. Marys, and to make Augusta, in the district of Maine, a port of delivery, 253

An bet to allow the benefit of drawback on Merchandize transported by land conveyance from

Newport to Boston, and froin Boston' to Newport, in like manner as if the same were transported

constwise,

255

An act regulating the post office establishment,

257

An act to establish the districts of Mumpbreymagog, of Oswegatchie and of the White Mountains

257

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