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ACTS RELATING TO DUTIES ON MERCHANDISE.
   
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Repeal of Duties on Beasts imported for Breed. An act for repealing the several import laws of the United States, so far as they may be deemed to impose a duty on useful beasts imported for breed. Feb. 27, 1793.
Vol. Ⅰ. 324
Collection of Duties on Merchandise and Tonnage. An act supplementary to the act entitled “An act to provide more effectually for the collection of the duties imposed by law on goods, wares, and merchandise imported into the United States, and on the tonnage of ships or vessels.” (Repealed and supplied.) March 21, 1793.
Vol. Ⅰ. 336
Remission of Duties on certain French Vessels. An act for the remission of the duties arising on the tonnage of sundry French vessels which have taken refuge in the ports of the United States. (Obsolete.) March 7, 1794.
Vol. Ⅰ. 342
Collection of Duties on Foreign and Domestic Distilled Spirits and Teas. An act making further provision for securing and collecting the duties on foreign and domestic distilled spirits, stills, wines, and teas. (Repealed.) June 5, 1794.
Vol. Ⅰ. 378
Additional Duties on Merchandise. An act laying additional duties on goods, wares, and merchandise imported into the United States. (Obsolete.) June 7, 1794.
Vol. Ⅰ. 390
Duties on Merchandise imported into the United States. An act supplementary to the several acts imposing duties on goods, wares, and merchandises imported into the United States. (Obsolete.) Jan. 29, 1795.
Vol. Ⅰ. 411
Collection of Duties on Merchandise imported. An act supplementary to the act entitled “An act to provide more effectually for the collection of the duties on goods, wares, and merchandise imported into the United States,” and on the tonnage of ships or vessels. (Repealed and supplied.) Feb. 26, 1795.
Vol. Ⅰ. 420
Collection of Duties on Merchandise, and Duties on Tonnage. An act in addition to an act entitled “An act supplementary to the act entitled ‘An act to provide more effectually for the collection of the duties on goods, wares, and merchandise imported into the United States, and on the tonnage of ships or vessels.’ ” (Repealed and supplied.) May 27, 1796.
Vol. Ⅰ. 476
Additional Duties on Merchandise. An act for raising a further sum of money by additional duties on certain articles imported, and for other purposes. (Obsolete.) March 3, 1797.
Vol. Ⅰ. 503
Duties on Foreign and Domestic Distilled Spirits, Stills, Wines, and Teas. An act to continue in force for a limited time a part of an act entitled “An act making further provision for securing and collecting the duties on foreign and domestic distilled spirits, stills, wines, and teas.” (Expired.) April 7, 1798.
Vol. Ⅰ. 547
Collection of Duties on Merchandise and Tonnage. An act to regulate the collection of duties on imposts and tonnage. March 2, 1799.
Vol. Ⅰ. 627
Duties on Salt, &c. An act to continue in force “An act laying an additional duty on salt imported into the United States, and for other purposes.” (Obsolete.) May 7, 1800.
Vol. Ⅱ. 60
Duties on Merchandise imported. An act to lay additional duties on certain articles imported. (Obsolete.) May 13, 1800.
Vol. Ⅱ. 84
Transportation of Goods to and from Philadelphia and Baltimore. An act to allow the transportation of goods, wares, and merchandise, to and from Philadelphia and Baltimore, by the way of Appoquinimink and Sassafras. Feb. 27, 1801.
Vol. Ⅱ. 103
Remission of Duties on Teas. An act authorizing the remission of duties on certain teas destroyed by fire, while under the care of the officers of the customs, in Providence, Rhode Island. (Obsolete.) March 3, 1801.
Vol. Ⅱ. 117
Clearances to certain Vessels in the Mississippi. Collection of Duties, &c. An act to provide for the granting of clearances to ships or vessels owned by the citizens of the United States, lying in the river Mississippi, south of the southern boundary of the United States, and therein to amend an act entitled “An act to regulate the collection of duties on imports and tonnage,” and for other purposes. Feb. 19, 1803.
Vol. Ⅱ. 200
Laying and Collecting Duties on Imports and Tonnage within the Territory ceded to the United States by the Treaty with the French Republic. An act for laying and collecting duties on imports and tonnage within the territories ceded to the United States by the treaty of the thirtieth of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, between the United States and the French republic, and for other purposes. Feb. 24, 1804.
Vol. Ⅱ. 251
Duties on Goods, Wares, and Merchandise. An act further to protect the commerce and seamen of the United States against the Barbary powers. March 26, 1804.
Vol. Ⅱ. 291
Duties on certain Articles imported, and Light-Money. An act for imposing more specific duties on the importation of certain articles; and, also, for levying and collecting light-money on foreign ships or vessels, and for other purposes. March 7, 1804.
Vol. Ⅱ. 299