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CUSTOMS- continued.
1. Management continued.
(5) Disputes and Complaints-continued.
(c) Inquiry into Complaints against Officers-continued.
Who may be Commissioners

No. 10 of 1876, s. 40
False evidence at inquiry to be perjury
Witnesses may be summoned

Rules for inquiries
(6) Importation and Warehousing.
(a) Importation ; Prohibitions.

All goods may be imported
- except prohibited goods
All goods may be warehoused

unless Govr. in Council otherwise directs .
Time of importation.
Importation, meaning of
Detention of postal matter for Customs examina-
tion

8.45 (a)
What goods absolutely prohibited
What goods restricted

Arms and ammunition may be prohibited
(b) As to Ships arriving in Port.

Bringing to of ships quickly
Accommodation of Customs officer on ship
Powers of Customs officer boarding ship
Sealing up of ship’s stores, &c. .
Officer may board ship before health officer
Landing of goods, provisions as to
on Sunday

Nos. 9 of 1892 and 9 of 1898
(c) Inward Report of Ship.

Master to report within twenty-four hours of
arrival

No. 10 of 1876, 8. 52
Penalty for failure to duly report
Duplicate report to be kept by master

endorsement on
Master to deliver bills of lading

to answer questions

to account for cargo
Steamships may be exempted from above pro-
visions

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report in case of such exempted ships

8. 55(b)
further provisions as to such ships

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Wrecked and similar goods, landing of
Ships with wrecked goods, anchorage of

Going on board ship with wrecked goods
(d) Entry of Dutiable Goods for Home Consumption.

Entry of goods for home use
Goods to be described as in Import List

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CUSTOMS—continued.
1. Management-continued.
(6) Importation und Warehousing continued.
(d) Entry of Dutiable Goods for Home Consumption-continued.
Duty to be forthwith paid .

No. 10 of 1876, s. 60
Entry, when signed, to be warrant for delivery.
Invoices may be called for .

proviso as to wrecked goods
Packages may be examined and appraised.

Ex-warehouse entry. See below, (p).
(e) Entry of Goods for Warehousing.
Bill of entry to be used

to be warrant for warehousing Warehousing of wrecked goods .

Entry for home use of goods for warehouse (f) Entry of Free Goods. Bill of entry to be used

8. 65 to be warrant of delivery (g) Provisional Entry.

Where value, &c. of goods unknown .
Perfect entry to be made within three days
Delivery of goods on provisional entry
Sale of goods for which duty not paid

If perfect entry not made goods forfeited (h) Entry of Re-imported Goods.

Liability of re-imported goods to duty
Special provision as to drawback goods

How far re-imported goods exempt from duty No. 12 of 1898, s. 3 (i) Entry of Goods generally. How goods to be described in entry

No. 10 of 1876, s. 71
Duplicate entries to be made
Penalty for non-compliance
Goods to be properly described
Goods concealed, &c., forfeited .
Goods taken out of ship or warehouse without

entry, forfeited
Passengers' baggage, examination of .

no entry necessary for

prohibited articles, &c. in Surplus stores may be entered or warehoused Samples may be taken

Special entry
(i) Receipts for Duties, &c.

Receipts may be given
Governor in Council may direct giving of receipts

8. 78 Certain receipts free from stamp duty

No. 12 of 1889 (Sc.) (k) Importation by Inland Carriage and Navigation. Rules may be made

No. 10 of 1876, s. 79 Appointment of inland ports, &c.

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CUSTOMS- continued.
1. Management-continued.
(6) Importation and Warehousing-continued.
(1) Time for Entry; Deposit in Queen's Warehouse.

Entry to be within fourteen days
Deposit of goods in Queen's warehouse
Sale of goods so deposited .

where goods perishable
Where ship quarantined
Landing of goods by master

Detention of ship for guarding expensos (m) Abatement of Duty for Damage.

In case of damage during voyage

How amount of abatement to be ascertained (n) Landing ; Examination ; Warehousing.

Examination, &c. of goods to be at expense of

importer.
Goods moved without authority forfeited
Account of warehoused goods

to be basis for payment of duty
Neglect to stow goods properly.
Not producing warehoused goods
Improper dealing with warehoused goods
Opening warehouse clandestinely
Duty on goods improperly taken from warehouse
Destroying or embezzling warehoused goods
Damage to warehoused goods

compensation for (o) Warehoused Goods.

Regulations for removal of warehoused goods
Bond for removal
Entry and warehousing of removed goods .
Exportation, &c. of removed goods
Warehoused goods to be cleared in two years
Re-warehousing of warehoused goods
Sale of uncleared goods
Repacking, &c. of warehoused goods

provisions as to
Destruction of useless goods by leave
Samples may be taken

Special permit to take goods from warehouse
(p) Entry of Warehoused Goods for Home Use or

Exportation.
Clearing goods for home use or exportation
Improperly dealing with goods removed under

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Ex-warehouse entry for home use
Duty on goods ex-warehouse
Duty payable where deficiency
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CUSTOMS-continued.
1. Management-continued.
(7) Exportation.
(a) Shipment of Goods for Exporta

Export of warehoused goods to be in ships not
under 10 tons.

No. 10 of 1876, s. 111
Shipment for export before discharge of cargo.

8. 112 Shipment of goods, provisions as to

8. 113 on Sundays .

Nos. 9 of 1892 and 9 of 1898 (b) Entry and Clearance for Export.

Bond on export of warehoused or restricted goods. No. 10 of 1876, s. 114
Export entry for such goods

6. 115 where no bond required

8. 116 to describe goods as per export list

8. 117 Discrepancy between goods and entry

8. 118 Meaning of “exporter”

8. 118 Forfeiture of goods removed from warehouse for export, &c. without authority

8. 119 Transhipment of goods for export

8. 120 Drawback on exportation abolished

6. 121 (c) Clearance of Ships Outwards. Master to give certified inward report

8. 122 Report outwards before clearance

8. 123 Certificate of clearance

8. 124 False report outwards

8. 124 in case of ship in ballast.

8. 127 Goods to correspond with report

8. 125 Goods shipped and not cleared forfeited

8. 126 Ships in ballast

B. 127 Passenger ships deemed in ballast

8. 128 Steamships exempted from certain sections

8. 129 (d) Miscellaneous. Boarding of ship three miles from coast

s. 130 Breaking seal on stores

8. 131 Ship not duly bringing to .

8. 132 Time of exportation and departure defined

8. 133 Goods prohibited from exportation

8. 134 may be exported by license of Governor

No. 14 of 1877 8) Coasting Trade. Coasting trade defined

No. 10 of 1876, s. 135 Restrictions during coasting voyage

8. 136 Landing and shipping, provisions as to

8. 137 on Sundays Nos. 9 of 1892 and 9 of 1898 Inward report before clearance

No. 10 of 1876, s. 138 Transire of coasting ship

8. 139 False transire, penalty

s. 139 Transire to be given up at port of discharge

8. 140 Boarding and searching of coasting ships

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CUSTOMS- continued.
1. Management-continued.
(9) Bonds.
Validity of bonds relating to Customs

No. 10 of 1876, s. 142
Cancellation of bonds after three years

8. 142 Minors' bonds valid

8. 142 How bond put in suit

8. 143 (10) False Declarations. Subscribing false declaration

8. 144 Answering questions falsely

8. 144 Using counterfeit documents

8. 144 See also above, (6) (c), (d); (7) (c); (8); and see below, (11) (c);

(12) (c)(ii). (11) Smuggling. (a) Restrictions on Small Craft. Regulations for ships, &c. under 20 tons No. 10 of 1876, s. 145 for inland navigation

8. 145 Ships used contrary to regulations forfeited

8. 146 Licensing of ships, &c. under 10 tons

8. 147 Revocation of such licenses

8. 148 Forfeiture of such ships removing uncustomed or prohibited goods

8. 149 (b) General Regulations to prevent Smuggling. British ships with false bottoms, &c.

8. 150 Foreign ships with goods in false bottoms, &c.

8. 150 Unshipping uncustomed goods

8. 151 Importing prohibited goods

8. 151 Improperly removing warehoused goods

8. 151 Exporting prohibited goods

8. 151 Concealing prohibited goods

8. 151 Landing goods without due entry

8. 152 Restricted goods deemed to be run

8. 153 Ship getting rid of cargo without being able to account for it.

8. 154 Examination of goods on landing

8. 155 Rummaging of ships in Colonial waters

8. 156 Carts, &c. may be searched

8. 157 Writs of assistance

8. 158 Search warrants

8. 159 Ships, &c. used in conveyance of goods liable to forfeiture, forfeited

$. 160 Seizure of ships and goods liable to forfeiture

$. 161 Arrest of persons liable

8. 161 Goods seized, how dealt with

8. 162 Goods stopped on suspicion, how dealt with

8. 163 Notice of seizure to be given to Customs officer.

s. 163 to owner

8. 164 except where goods seized in presence of offender .

8. 16 Disposal of condemned ships and goods

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