Tariff, Or Rates of Duties, Payable After the 30th of June, 1828: On All Goods, Wares, and Merchandise, Imported Into the United States of America, in American Vessels, Under the Act Passed May 19th, 1828, Entitled "An Act in Alteration of the Several Acts, Imposing Duties on Imports," & Etc

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Edward B. Gould, 1828 - Commerce - 108 pages
 

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Page 95 - On all manufactures of silk, or of which silk shall be a component part, coming from beyond the Cape of Good Hope, ten per centum ad valorem...
Page 100 - An act to regulate the collection of duties on imports and tonnage," passed the second day of March, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-nine ; and...
Page 92 - On round iron, or braziers' rods, of threesixteenths to eight-sixteenths of an inch diameter, inclusive ; and on iron in nail or spike rods, slit or rolkd ; and on iron in sheets, and hoop iron ; and on iron slit or rolled for band iron, scroll iron, or casement rods, three and one half cents per pound.
Page 81 - States, in relation to the manifest of the cargo, and that the refusal or neglect of the master aforesaid, to comply with the provisions of this section, shall incur the same penalties, disabilities, and forfeitures, as are at present provided for a refusal or neglect to report and deliver a manifest of the cargo aforesaid.
Page 86 - That before a clearance shall be granted for any vessel bound to a foreign place, the owners, shippers, or consignors, of the cargo on board of such vessel, shall deliver to the collector manifests of the cargo, or the parts thereof shipped by them respectively, and shall verify the same by oath...
Page 60 - On manufactures of wool, or of which wool shall be a component part, (except carpetings, blankets, worsted stuff goods, bombazines, hosiery, mits, gloves, caps, and bindings,) the actual value of which, at the place whence imported, shall not exceed fifty cents the square yard, shall be deemed to have cost fifty cents the square yard and be charged thereon with a duty of forty per centum ad valorem...
Page 79 - That if the number of passengers so taken on board of any ship or vessel as aforesaid, or conveyed or brought into the United States, or transported therefrom as aforesaid, shall exceed the said proportion of two to every five tons of such ship or vessel, by the number of twenty passengers, in the whole, every such ship or vessel shall be deemed and taken to be forfeited to the United States, and shall be prosecuted and distributed in the same manner in which the forfeitures and penalties are recovered...
Page 94 - ... cents per square yard, there shall be levied, collected, and paid a duty of forty per centum ad valorem.
Page 86 - ... by the owners, shippers, or consignors, respectively, and that the values of such articles are truly stated, according to their actual cost, or the values which they truly bear at the port and time of exportation. And before a clearance shall be granted for any such vessel, the master of...
Page 80 - ... pay to each and every passenger who shall have been put on short allowance, the sum of three dollars for each and every day they may have been put on short allowance, to be recovered in the...

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