Special Provisions for Admission or Withdrawal From Bonded Warehouse Without Payment of Duty
Reimporting Exported Articles
Equalizing Production Costs
Rules and Regulations
Unfair Methods of Competition and Importation Unlawful
Imports From Countries Making Discriminations
Payment of Duty
report, entry, and unlading of vessels and vehicles
ascertainment, collection, and recovery of duties
transportation in bond and warehousing of merchandise
TARIFF ACT OF 1930
HARMONIZED TARIFF SCHEDULE OF THE UNITED STATES
United States International Trade Commission
Promotion of Foreign Trade
Definitions and National Customs Automation Program
national customs automation program
Report, Entry, and Unlading of Vessels and Vehicles
Ascertainment, Collection, and Recovery of Duties
Transportation in Bond and Warehousing of Merchandise
COUNTERVAILING AND ANTIDUMPING DUTIES
Imposition of Countervailing Duties
Imposition of Antidumping Duties
Reviews; Other Actions Regarding Agreements
review of amount of duty and agreements other than quantitative restriction agreements
consultations and determinations regarding quantitative restriction agreements
REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO IMPORTS OF CERTAIN CIGARETTES AND SMOKELESS TOBACCO PRODUCTS
TRADE FAIR PROGRAM
TRADE EXPANSION PROGRAM
European Economic Community
Requirements Concerning Negotiations
TARIFF ADJUSTMENT AND OTHER ADJUSTMENT ASSISTANCE
Eligibility for Assistance
Adjustment Assistance to Firms
Adjustment Assistance to Workers
trade readjustment allowances
STATEMENT OF PURPOSES
TARIFF ADJUSTMENT AND OTHER ADJUSTMENT ASSISTANCE
VISUAL AND AUDITORY MATERIALS OF EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND CULTURAL CHARACTER
IMPORTATION OF PRE-COLUMBIAN MONUMENTAL OR ARCHITECTURAL SCULPTURE OR MURALS
TRADE ACT OF 1974
NEGOTIATING AND OTHER AUTHORITY
Rates of Duty and Other Trade Barriers
Hearings and Advice Concerning Negotiations
Office of the United States Trade Representative
Congressional Procedures With Respect to Presidential Actions
Congressional Liaison and Reports
United States International Trade Commission
Identification of Market Barriers and Certain Unfair Trade Actions
RELIEF FROM INJURY CAUSED BY IMPORT COMPETITION
Positive Adjustment by Industries Injured by Imports
Adjustment Assistance for Workers
petitions and determinations
Trade Readjustment Allowances
Training, Other Employment Services, and Allowances
nafta transitional adjustment assistance program
Adjustment Assistance for Firms
Trade Adjustment Assistance for Communities
trade adjustment assistance for communities
community college and career training grant program
industry or sector partnership grant program for communities impacted by trade
Adjustment Assistance for Farmers
ENFORCEMENT OF UNITED STATES RIGHTS UNDER TRADE AGREEMENTS AND RESPONSE TO CERTAIN FOREIGN TRADE PRACTICES
TRADE RELATIONS WITH COUNTRIES NOT RECEIVING NONDISCRIMINATORY TREATMENT
Trade Relations With Certain Countries
Relief From Market Disruption to Industries and Diversion of Trade to the United States Market
GENERALIZED SYSTEM OF PREFERENCES
TARIFF TREATMENT OF PRODUCTS OF, AND OTHER SANCTIONS AGAINST, UNCOOPERATIVE MAJOR DRUG PRODUCING OR DRUG-TRANSIT COUNTRIES
SUPPLEMENTAL AGRICULTURAL DISASTER ASSISTANCE
TRADE AGREEMENTS ACT OF 1979
TECHNICAL BARRIERS TO TRADE
Obligations of the United States
Functions of Federal Agencies
Administrative and Judicial Proceedings Regarding Standards-Related Activities
representations alleging united states violations of obligations
other proceedings regarding certain standards-related activities
Definitions and Miscellaneous Provisions
Standards and Measures Under the North American Free Trade Agreement
sanitary and phytosanitary measures
International Standard-Setting Activities
CONVENTION ON CULTURAL PROPERTY
CARIBBEAN BASIN ECONOMIC RECOVERY
NEGOTIATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF TRADE AGREEMENTS
IMPLEMENTATION OF HARMONIZED TARIFF SCHEDULE
ANDEAN TRADE PREFERENCE
NORTH AMERICAN FREE TRADE
APPROVAL OF, AND GENERAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO, NORTH AMERICAN FREE TRADE AGREEMENT
APPLICATION OF AGREEMENT TO SECTORS AND SERVICES
relief from imports benefiting from agreement
relief from imports from all countries
Temporary Entry of Business Persons
standards and measures
DISPUTE SETTLEMENT IN ANTIDUMPING AND COUNTERVAILING DUTY CASES
Organizational, Administrative, and Procedural Provisions Regarding Implementation of Chapter 19 of Agreement
Provisions Relating to Performance Under Agreement
Implementation of NAFTA Supplemental Agreements
URUGUAY ROUND TRADE AGREEMENTS
APPROVAL OF, AND GENERAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO, URUGUAY ROUND AGREEMENTS
Approval of Agreements and Related Provisions
Uruguay Round Implementation and Dispute Settlement
ENFORCEMENT OF UNITED STATES RIGHTS UNDER SUBSIDIES AGREEMENT
ADDITIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF AGREEMENTS
Foreign Trade Barriers and Unfair Trade Practices
EXTENSION OF CERTAIN TRADE BENEFITS TO SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
TRADE POLICY FOR SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT RELATED ISSUES
BIPARTISAN TRADE PROMOTION AUTHORITY
CLEAN DIAMOND TRADE
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC-CENTRAL AMERICA FREE TRADE
APPROVAL OF, AND GENERAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO, THE AGREEMENT
RELIEF FROM IMPORTS
Relief From Imports Benefiting From the Agreement
Textile and Apparel Safeguard Measures
Cases Under Title II of the Trade Act of 1974
COLLECTION DISTRICTS, PORTS, AND OFFICERS
Organization of customs service
Except as hereinafter provided the reorganization of the customs service made by the President and communicated to Congress under date of March 3, 1913, shall, until otherwise provided by Congress, constitute the permanent organization of the customs service.
Rearrangement and limitation of districts; changing locations
The President is authorized from time to time, as the exigencies of the service may require, to rearrange, by consolidation or otherwise, the several customs-collection districts and to discontinue ports of entry by abolishing the same or establishing others in their stead. The President is authorized from time to time to change the location of the headquarters in any customs-collection district as the needs of the service may require.
Superintendence of collection of import duties
The Secretary of the Treasury shall direct the superintendence of the collection of the duties on imports as he shall judge best.
5, R.S. § 2613, act Sept. 21, 1922, ch. 356, title IV, § 523, 42 Stat. 974, provided that collectors, comptrollers, and surveyors be appointed for four year terms.
5a, act July 5, 1932, ch. 430, title I, 47 Stat. 584, abolished, except at the Port of New York, the offices of surveyor and appraiser, and those of their assistants and deputies, and transferred the duties of such officers to such persons as designated by the Secretary of the Treasury.
Designation of customs officers for foreign service; status; rejection of designated customs officer; applicability of civil service laws
Any officer of the customs service designated by the Secretary of the Treasury for foreign service, shall, through the Department of State, be regularly and officially attached to the diplomatic missions of the United States in the countries in which they are to be stationed, and when such officers are assigned to countries in which there are no diplomatic missions of the United States, appropriate recognition and standing with full facilities for discharging their official duties shall be arranged by the Department of State. The Secretary of State may reject the name of any such officer whose assignment to the foreign post for which he has been designated would, in his judgment, be prejudicial to the public policy of the United States. The appointment of such customs officers shall be made pursuant to the civil service laws and regulations upon the nomination of the principal officer in charge of the office to which such appointments are to be made.
Sections, act May 29, 1928, ch. 865, §§ 1-4, 45 Stat. 955, related to compensation. See sections
5101 et seq. and 5301 et seq. of Title 5, Government Organization and Employees.
Act Dec. 12, 1930, ch. 10, 46 Stat. 1026, formerly set out as a credit to these sections, was repealed by Pub. L. 89-554, § 8(a), Sept. 6, 1966, 80 Stat. 648.
Overtime compensation based on standard or daylight saving time
On and after June 30, 1949, overtime compensation of customs officers and employees, as authorized by law, shall be based either on standard or daylight saving time, whichever is observed where overtime services are performed.
7, act Mar. 4, 1923, ch. 251, § 3, 42 Stat. 1453, authorized collectors, comptrollers, surveyors, and appraisers to appoint assistants, and collector at New York to appoint a solicitor to collector, all such appointments subject to approval of Secretary of the Treasury.
8, R.S. § 2629; acts Mar. 3, 1905, ch. 1413, § 1, 33 Stat. 983; Mar. 4, 1923, ch. 251, § 4, 42 Stat. 1453, set forth procedure for filling a vacancy in office of a collector, comptroller, surveyor, or appraiser.
9, R.S. § 2625, act Mar. 4, 1923, ch. 251, § 3, 42 Stat. 1453, provided for performance of collector's duties in case of his disability.
10, R.S. § 2630; acts Mar. 4, 1923, ch. 251, §§ 2,
3, 42 Stat. 1453; Jan. 13, 1925, ch. 76, 43 Stat. 748, provided that in cases of occasional and necessary absence, or of sickness, any collector could exercise his powers and perform his duties by deputy.
11, R.S. § 2632; act June 17, 1930, ch. 497, title IV, § 523, 46 Stat. 740, provided that in cases of occasional and necessary absence, or of sickness, every comptroller and surveyor could, respectively, exercise and perform his functions, powers, and duties by deputy.
15 provided for appointment by Secretary of the Treasury of 30 special agents for purposes of checking the accounts of collectors and other customs officers for prevention of frauds, authorized regulations for the limitations on their number and compensation and authorized appointment of special agents to reside in foreign territory. Customs agents who perform functions formerly exercised by special agents are covered generally by section
2072 of this title.
12 was based on R.S. § 2649.
13 was based on acts Mar. 4, 1911, ch. 285, 36 Stat. 1393; Mar. 4, 1923, ch. 251, §§ 1,
7, 42 Stat. 1453, 1454; Mar. 3, 1927, ch. 348, § 3, 44 Stat. 1382.
14 was based on R.S. § 2651.
15 was based on R.S. § 2999.
16, R.S. 2940; acts Mar. 4, 1923, ch. 251, § 2, 42 Stat. 1453; Jan. 13, 1925, ch. 76, 43 Stat. 748, prescribed qualifications and special oath for customs appraiser at New York.
17, R.S. § 2941, prohibited only employees in office of appraiser at New York from engaging or being employed in any commercial activity.
18, R.S. § 2942, related to duties of appraiser and assistant appraiser at New York.
19, act Feb. 9, 1925, ch. 167, 43 Stat. 819, related to appraiser of merchandise at Baltimore.
20, act Feb. 21, 1925, ch. 278, § 1, 43 Stat. 957, related to office of appraiser of merchandise at Portland, Oregon.
23 prescribed oath of office for customs officers and assistant appraisers.
24 related to designation of persons to administer oath of office.
21 was based on R.S. § 2616.
22 was based on R.S. § 2614; act July 5, 1932, ch. 430, title
1, 47 Stat. 584.
23 was based on R.S. § 2615; July 5, 1932, ch. 430, title
1, 47 Stat. 584.
24 was based on R.S. § 2617; act Feb. 8, 1875, ch. 36, § 11, 18 Stat. 309.
26, R.S. § 2611; act Feb. 8, 1875, ch. 36, § 11, 18 Stat. 309, related to oath by special examiners of drugs. Functions formerly exercised by the special examiner of drugs are covered by section
381 of Title
21, Food and Drugs.
27, acts Feb. 8, 1875, ch. 36, § 11, 18 Stat. 309; Mar. 2, 1895, ch. 177, § 5, 28 Stat. 807, related to oaths by subordinate customs officers.
28, act Sept. 24, 1914, ch. 309, 38 Stat. 716, provided that headquarters of customs district of Florida should be at Tampa. Section
2 of this title vests authority in the President to change from time to time the location of headquarters of customs collection district and such authority was delegated to the Secretary of the Treasury by section 1 (a) of Executive Order 10289 of September 17, 1951, set out as a note under section
301 of Title
3, The President.
Section, act Mar. 15, 1898, ch. 68, § 1, 30 Stat. 286, as supplemented by acts Jan. 28, 1915, ch. 20, § 1, 38 Stat. 800; Mar. 4, 1923, ch. 251, § 3, 42 Stat. 1453, related to administration of oaths by collectors and assistants.
Act Aug. 4, 1949, ch. 393, § 20, 63 Stat. 561, also repealed act Jan. 28, 1915, ch. 20, § 1, 38 Stat. 800, formerly credited to this section.