Importers First Aid in American Tariff and Customs Procedure

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Number of Invoices
9
Triplicate Invoice
10
The Duplicate Copy of the Invoice
11
Declaration on Invoice
12
Purchase Form of Invoice
13
Invoice Specifications
14
Consular Fee
15
Inland Freight
16
Original Bills
17
Brokerage Charges
18
Foreign Drawback
19
Foreign Export Taxes
20
CHAPTER IV
22
Certification by Foreign Consul or by two Mer chants
23
Original Bills
24
Consular Notations
25
Consular Form of Invoices
26
CHAPTER V
27
Master of Vessel to make Report of Distilled Spirits or Wines on Board
28
Special License to Unlade at Night and on Sun days and Holidays
29
Unlading in Open Day
31
Landing of Cargo
32
Ownership
33
CHAPTER VI
34
Entry by Pro Forma Invoice 85
35
Bill of Lading
36
Additions to or Deductions from Invoice Value on Entry
37
Declarations on Entry
40
Owners Declaration
41
Estimated Duties
43
Delivery Permit
44
Examination Packages
45
Collector to Order Appraisement
46
CHAPTER VII
49
THE APPRAISEMENT 1 The Duty of the Appraisers
50
Goods in Excess
51
Market Value
52
Appraised Value
53
Appeal to Reappraisenient
54
Average Price
56
Appraisement where no Open Foreign Market Value Exists
57
Entry by Appraisement
58
Merchandise Damaged on Voyage of Importation
59
CHAPTER VIII
61
Increased Duties
63
Date of Liquidation
64
Finality of the Liquidation
65
ers
66
Rules of Practice
69
Hearings before the Board of U S General Ap praisers
70
CHAPTER X
71
Review by United States Supreme Court
75
Customs Attorneys
77
Liability of Customs Officers
79
CHAPTER XI
80
Entered Value
81
Reappraised Value
82
Liquidated Value
83
Home Appraised Value
84
CHAPTER XII
85
Additional Duties
86
Reliquidated Duties
87
Countervailing Duties
88
Special Duties
89
Mixed or Compound Duties
90
CHAPTER XIII
91
Use
92
Manufactures
93
Tariff Construction
94
CHAPTER XIV
97
Duties Chargeable at Time of Withdrawal
98
Liquidation of the Warehouse Entry
99
Unclaimed Merchandise
100
Sale of Abandoned Goods
101
Sale of Unclaimed Goods After One Year
102
Perishable MerchandiseSale of
103
CHAPTER XV
105
Bonded Merchandise Destined for British Prov inces or Mexico
114
The Immediate Transportation Act
115
Bonding of Common Carriers
120
CHAPTER XVII
122
Manufacture of Cigars and Other Articles for Export
123
Smelting and Refining in Bond
126
Regulations Governing Manufacture in Bond
127
SECTION PAOE 1 Regulations
128
Class II
129
Class IV
130
Class VII
131
CHAPTER XIX
132
Bond to Produce Owners Declaration
133
Warehouse Bond
134
Manufacturing Warehouse Bond
135
Sureties on Bonds
136
Miscellaneous Customs Bonds
137
CHAPTER XX
138
Drawback Regulations
139
Application for Drawback
140
Inspection and Lading
141
Liquidation of the Drawback Entry
142
CHAPTER XXI
144
Articles to Which the Convention Applies
145
Undelivered Packages
146
Fines Covered Into the Treasury Cannot Be Re funded
148
Dutiable Merchandise in Unsealed Packages
149
Customs Declarations
150
Formal Mail Entry
151
CHAPTER XXII
152
Errors in Classification
153
Erroneous View of the Facts
154
Mutual Mistake of Fact
155
CHAPTER XXIII
156
Notice of Change in Classification
157
Debts Due the United StatesSetoff
158
Refund of Duties Where Merchandise is Reex ported Direct from the Custody and Control of the Government
159
CHAPTER XXIV
160
Entry by Appraisement of Merchandise Damaged on Voyage of Importation by Casualty
161
Damage by Casualty After Importation
162
Shortage Allowance
163
CHAPTER XXV
165
Undervaluations
166
Fraudulent Invoice or Entry
167
Criminal Liability
168
Awards to Detectors and Seizors Smuggled Goods
169
Awards to Informers
170
Burden of Proof
171
CHAPTER XXVI
172
Unlawful Importation by Land
173
Importations from Foreign Contiguous Territory
174
Notice of Seizure Not Exceeding 500 in Value
175
Seizure to be Reported to District Attorney
176
Release on Payment of Appraised Value
182
Special Agents in Contiguous Foreign Territory
188
BAGGAGE
191
CHAPTER XXXI
197
Standards of Weights and Measures
203
CHAPTER XXXVI
216
Identification
222
Articles of Foreign Origin Exported for Repairs
227
CHAPTER XL
228
Food and Drug Act
229
Food Inspection Decisions
236
CHAPTER XLI
238
Eggs of Game Birds
239
Piratical Copyrights
240
White Phosphorous Matches
241
Smoking Opium
242
Skins of Fur Seals or Sea Otters
245
Spuriously Stamped Articles of Gold and Silver
249
Liquors in Illegal Packages
250
Viruses Scrums and Toxins for the Treatment of Domestic Animals
251
Neat Cattle and Hides of Neat Cattle
252
Cigars in Illegal Packages
253
WarTime Prohibition 255
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