Monthly Consular and Trade Reports, Volume 12, Issues 39-41

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Page 440 - SMUGGLING AND CLANDESTINE IMPORTATIONS. (a) FRAUD ON REVENUE. — If any person knowingly and willfully, with intent to defraud the revenue of the United States, smuggles, or clandestinely introduces into the United States any merchandise which should have been invoiced, or makes out or passes, or attempts to pass, through the customhouse any false, forged, or fraudulent invoice, or other document or paper...
Page 423 - The objects of the society are philanthropic. It does not aim at permanent political control but seeks the neutrality of the valley. The United States cannot be indifferent to this work nor to the interests of their citizens involved in it. It may become advisable for us to co-operate with other commercial powers in promoting the rights of trade and residence in the Congo Valley free from the interference or political control of any one nation.
Page 337 - States may enter and clear on the same day, and they shall not be required to make a manifest, except for such passengers and goods as are to be landed in Japan. But such steamers...
Page 441 - Rolled round wire rods in the coil, of iron or steel, not over three-eighths of an inch in diameter, when imported by wire manufacturers for use in making wire in the coil, in their own factories.
Page 440 - States, every person so offending, shall forfeit and pay a sum not less than one hundred dollars, nor exceeding ten thousand dollars ; and shall also be imprisoned for a term not less than one month, nor more than one year. SEC.
Page 517 - ... enacted by his excellency, the governor of the colony of British Guiana, with the advice and consent of the court of policy thereof, and of the financial representatives of the inhabitants of the said colony in combined court assembled.
Page 144 - The council have to report that the results of the examinations in connection with the science and art department and the City and Guilds of London Institute...
Page 210 - APE 3 tween these ranges that the road winds for 60 miles along the banks of the wide but frequently shallow Parahyba River. The country generally is exceedingly broken and hilly, the hills for the most part being twice as high as the bluffs of the Upper Mississippi, and of conical form. They seem to vary from 100 to 1,000 feet in height, and often reach the dignity of mountains.
Page 196 - Many immigrant coffee farmers are consequently obliged to send their coffee to market in a crude condition and to submit to a heavy deduction in price on that account. The coffee crops of Brazil for each of the last two years...
Page 200 - Brazil, it has never occasioned that bitter sectional feeling which it caused in the United States. It could therefore have scarcely led to such a catastrophe as it produced in our country. Still, the Brazilians, in taking steps for emancipation, were probably very much influenced by American experience, the steady and industrious behavior of the freed people in the United States affording an especially powerful argument in favor of liberation. And it appears to me the Brazilians are entitled to...

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