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name of the vessel) whereof (insert !he .name) is master,. and are to be exported to (insert the place of destmation) and are not Intended to be landed in the limits of the United States. So help me God. And the form of the bond, to be executed as aforesaid, shall be as follows: to wit, Know all men by these presents, that we are held and firmly Form of the bond. to be bound unto the United States of America, in the sum of paid to the said United States; for the payment whereof, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and severally, day firmly by these presents; sealed with our seals, dated the of in the year of the independence of the United States, and in the year of our Lord The condition of this obligation is such, that whereas the above bounden hath entered at the custom-house of the port of the following merchandise (here insert the number of packages with their contents, together with their marks and numbers) for the purpose of being exported for the benefit of bounty, in the (insert denomination and name of vessel) whereof (insert name) is master, for (insert name of the place) as per entry thereof made and subscribed by the aforesaid on the day of which merchandise has been laden under the superintendence of A. B. an inspect.or of the customs for the port of as per return thereof annexed to said entry; which merchandise is now actually on board the said now laying ill the port of for the purpose of being exported ns aforesaid. N ow therefore, if the said merchandise shall not be relanded within the limits of the United States, but shall be duly exported to the or any other port or place, without the limits aforesaid, then this obligation to be void and of no effect, otherwise it shall remain and be in full force and virtue. Sealed and delivered} in the presence of Sec. 84. And be it further enacted, That if any goods, wares or Forfeiture on making a fal.e merchandise, of which entry shall have been made in the office of a colentry for expor. tation, for bene .. lector, for the benefit of drawback or bounty upon exportation, shall be fit of drawback entered by a false denomination, or erroneously as to the time when and or bounty. the vessel ill which they were imported, or shall be found to disagree with the packages, quantities or qualities, as they were at the time of original importation, except such disagreement as may have been occasioned by necessary or unavoidable wastage or damage only, and except also in cases where permission shall have been obtained according to law, to alter or change the quantities or packages thereof, all such goods, wares or merchandise, or the value thereof to be recovered of the owner or person making such entry, shall be forfeited. Provided, that the said forfeiture shall not be incurred, if it shall be made appear to the satisfaction of the collector and naval officer of the district, if there be a naval officer, and if there be no naval officer, to the satisfaction of the said collector, or of the court in which a prosecution for the forfeiture shall be had, that such false denomination, error, or disagreement happened by mistake or accident, and not from any intention to defraud the revenue. Vessels de. Sec. 85. And be it further enacted, That in all cases where a ship tained by ice or vessel shall be prevented by ice from getting to the port or place, at rna y unload at which her cargo is intended to be delivered, it shall be lawful for the other places than ports of de. collector of the district, in which such ship or vessel may be obstructed, livery. to receive the report and entry of such ship or vessel, and with the consent of the naval officer (where there is one) to grant a permit or permits for unlading or landing the goods. wares, and merchandise imported in such ship or vessel, at any place within his district, which shall appear to him most convenient and proper: Provided always, that the report