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To be examined by invoice.
Restrictions on this form of entry.
(To be signed.)
483. This entry shall be verified by the oath or affirmation of the consignee or agent in the form prescribed by the 107th section of the act of March 2, 1799, in the form following:
FORM No. 150.
do solemnly, sincerely, and truly swear (or af firm) that the entry now subscribed with my name, and delivered by me to the collector of the district of contains a just and true account of all the goods, wares, and merchandise contained in the several packages therein mentioned; that they are brought into this district solely for the purpose of being carried and transported by way of with the intention of be ing immediately re-embarked, and carried without the limits of the United States, and are not intended, directly or indirectly, to be sold, exchanged, or consumed within the limits of the United States; and I do further swear (or affirm) that if I shall hereafter know that the whole or any part of said goods, wares, or merchandise, shall have been sold, alienated, exchanged, or consumed within the limits of the United States, I will immediately report the same, with the circumstances thereof, truly, to the collector of this district: So help me God. Sworn before me this day of
484. The entry having been compared with the invoice, and the duties estimated on the value of the invoice and duly sworn to, the consignee or agent shall enter into bond, in a penal sum equal to double the value of the goods.
488. This form of entry will only be allowed when it shal appear by the invoice, bill of lading and manifest, or other satisfactory evidence, that the merchandise was destined, henw shipped at the foreign port, for exportation to a port in the adjaent British provinces, and consequently is not to be considered
an importation into the United States within the meaning and intention of the law. In this view, it is not deemed necessary that the invoice should be accompanied by the oath of the own er and the consular certificate, or that the examinations requir. ed in other cases should be made by the appraisers. Nor is it necessary that a copy of the invoice should be transmitted with such entry to the frontier port.
489. All merchandise entered and exported to the adjacent British provinces under this form and the other forms of entry given in these instructions when the transportation is made wholly by land, or partly by land and partly by water, must be secured in the following manner: The collector before delivery will have all goods in boxes, cases, bales, or casks corded, and a lead seal attached thereto; all cigars in small boxes packed in cases and corded and sealed as above. Wines and distilled spirits in casks or other packages must have the number of bung or other holes in each package legibly branded on the exterior, and all such holes must be sealed to prev ent adulteration or alteration in transit; he will also take a sample of each package of liquors, except when in bottles, not exceeding in quantity eight ounces, all of which samples must be immediately deposited with the storekeeperof the store where sampled, who will hold them subject to the orders of the collector. The expense of sealing, branding, encasing, and sampling must At owners' exbe paid by the owners before delivery. The triplicate entry and manifest forwarded as herein provided for, will specify particulars of sealing and branding.
If the exportation to the adjacent British provinces be entirely by sea, the cording, sealing, casing, and branding will not be required; but in all cases of exportation by land, or partly by water, a strict adherence to the regulations will be required.
FORM No. 157.
Withdrawal entry from warehouse for exportation in bond to
trict on the
Entry of merchandise to be withdrawn from warehouse
master, from by way of
Owner's oath and
Must be corded
and sealed, or
brand'd and seal
If by sea, the cording, sealing, &c., may be dispensed with.
If withdrawn by other than the party who warehoused the goods, the same authority will be required as in other cases. The entry must be made in triplicate, and verified by the oath or affirmation of the exporter, in the following form, viz :
FORM No. 158.
solemnly, sincerely, and truly swear that the goods, wares, and merchandise described in the within entry now delivered by me to the collector of the customs for the port of are truly intended to be transported and exported in bond by me to the port of in Canada, by way of and are not intended to be relanded within the limits of the United States. I further swear, that to the best of my knowledge and belief, the said goods, wares, and merchandise are the same in quality, quantity, value, and packages, wastage and damage excepted, as at the time of importation: So help me God.
Sworn to this
Collector. 495. In all cases of exportation in the manner herein provided, the master or conductor of the vessel, railroad carriage, or other vehicle, shall be provided with a manifest of the goods laden on board such conveyance, particularly describing the same, the route, frontier port of exportation and foreign port of destination; which manifest shall be duly certified by the officer of the customs under whose supervision such goods were laden, and shall be forthwith delivered on arrival to the collector or other chief revenue officer of the frontier port.
496. Merchandise intended for exportation to the adjacent British provinces may be forwarded from the ports of importation in the United States by way of any of the following designated ports, viz. :
Rouse's Point, New-York.
INLAND EXPORTATION OF GOODS IN BOND TO PORTS AND PLACES
ART. 500. Merchandise in the original packages, duly entered and bonded, may be withdrawn at any time within three years from the date of importation, for immediate exportation to Chihuahua in Mexico, either by the route of the Arkansas river, through Van Buren, or by the route of the Missouri river, through Independence.
Entry for inland route to Mexico.
501. Merchandise duly entered and bonded, or rewarehoused Routes. under bond at Point Isabel, in the collection district of Brazos de Santiago, may be withdrawn from warehouse at any time within three years from the date of importation, for immediate exportation to ports and places in Mexico, by land or water, or partly by land and partly by water, by the following routes, viz.: 1st, directly by water, to ports and places in Mexico lying on the sea-coast or Rio Grande; 2d, by land or water, under warehouse transportation bond, to Brownsville, Rio Grande City; Roma, and Loredo; thence by water to places in Mexico lying on the Rio Grande. Merchandise transported in bond from Point Isabel to Brownsville, Rio Grande City, Roma, and Loredo, may be rewarehoused thereat, only in first-class, fireproof stores, according to the classification of the insurance companies at these places, previously approved by the Department and bonded.
502. Entries of goods in bond at Point Isabel may be made for transporting to and rewarehousing at Brownsville, Rio Entries at Point Grande City, Roma, and Loredo, on like bonds as are provided in the regulations for the transportation and rewarehousing at interior ports of delivery. Merchandise entered for exportation in bond at Point Isabel for Mexico may, at the option of the owner, be withdrawn at Rio Grande City, Roma, Loredo, or
Goods to be corded and seal
Brownsville, for consumption, on due entry theref and payment of the proper duties and charges to the deputy collectors, at either of those points at which the merchandise may be; prompt returns of such entries and duties collected to be made by the deputy to the collector at Point Isabel, that the proper endorsements may be made on the entries and bonds at that port.
503. Merchandise duly entered and bonded at any port of the United States may be withdrawn for immediate exportation in bond to San Fernando, Paso del Norte, and Chihuahua, and be transported by water to the port of Lavaca, in the collection district of Saluria, Texas, and be transhipped thence Inland to San Antonio, and from the latter place to the before-mentioned destinations in Mexico, either by way of Eagle Pass, the Presidio del Norte, and San Elizario, all on the Rio Grande. On the arrival of such goods at the port of Lavaca, they need not be rewarehoused, but must be landed by permission and under inspection of the surveyor of that port.
504. In consideration of the long inland transportation and the risk of injury and defacing of the marks on the packages, thereby rendering the identification difficult, if not impossible the packages must be corded, and a lead seal attached thereto, as required for goods destined for Canada, at the expense of the exporter, under the direction of the storekeeper, before leaving the warehouse.
505. Each package shall also the storekeeper, and before the warehouse, with these words:
[naming the port or place of destination in Mexico.]
506. The entry for withdrawal from warehouse for exportation inland to ports and places in Mexico, by land or water, or partly by land and partly by water, shall be in the following form, and shall set forth particularly the route and mode of conveyance by which the merchandise is to be exported--naming always the last customs station at which inspection is to be made, and from which the goods are to be exported :
be marked, under direction of
FORM No. 163. Withdrawal entry for transportation and exportation in bond to Mexico.
Entry of merchandise to be withdrawn from warehouse by which was imported by
into this district
and thence exported to
and to be trans
in Mexico, by