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on imports, and for other purposes," approved June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, may be imported free from duty for one year from the passage of this act.
SEC. 12. And be it further enacted, That in all proceedings brought by the United States in any court for due recovery as well of duties upon imports alone as of penalties for the non-payment thereof, the judgment shall recite that the same is rendered for duties, and such judgment, interest, and costs shall be payable in the coin by law receivable for duties, and the execution issued on such judgment shall set forth that the recovery is for duties, and shall require the marshal to satisfy the same in the coin by law receivable for duties; and in case of levy upon and sale of the property of the judgment debtor, the marshal shall refuse payment from any purchaser at such sale in any other money than that specified in the execution.
SEC. 13. And be it further enacted, That the eighth section of the act of March twenty-third, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, "to extend the warehousing system by establishing private bonded warehouses, and for other purposes, which authorized the Secretary of the Treasury, in case of the actual injury or destruction of goods, wares, or merchandise by accidental fire or other casualty, while in warehouse under bond, &c., to abate or refund the duties paid or accruing thereon, be extended so as to include goods, wares, or merchandise injured or destroyed in like manner while in the custody of the officers of the customs, and not in bond, and also to goods, wares, and merchandise so injured or destroyed after their arrival within the limits of any port of entry of the United States, and before the same have been bonded [landed] under the suspension [supervision] of the officers of the customs: Provided, That this act shall apply only to cases arising from and after its passage, and to cases where the duties have not already been paid.
Approved, March 3, 1865.
Imposed by the Act of Congress of March 2, 1861,
WITH ADDENDA OF
August 5, 1861, December 24, 1861, July 14, 1862, and March 3, 1863,
JUNE 30, 1864,
On all Goods, Wares and Merchandise
IMPORTED INTO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
120, Merino shawls, made of combed wool, (as shawls, worsted.)
133, Shawls, worsted, under 8 ounces per square yd., 35 per cent.
133, Shawls, Thibet, (as shawls, worst ed.)