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" It shall be lawful for all collectors, naval officers, surveyors, inspectors, and the officers of the revenue-cutters, to go on board of vessels in any port of the United States, or within four leagues of the coast thereof... "
The United States Customs Guide: Being a Compilation of the Laws Relating to ... - Page 236
by R. S. S. Andros - 1859 - 324 pages
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General Regulations under the Customs and Navigation Laws of the United ...

United States. Department of the Treasury - Customs administration - 1874 - 656 pages
...vessel, bound to the United States from a foreign port, within the limits of any collection district of the United States, or within four leagues of the coast thereof, any part of the cargo of such vessel shall be unladen before the vessel's arrival at the place where...
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Compilation of Navy and Other Laws from the Revised Statutes and Statutes at ...

United States - Naval law - 1875 - 374 pages
...to time shall be designated for that purpose. They shall go on board all vessels which arrive within the United States or within four leagues of the coast thereof, if bound fi-г the United States, and search and examine the same, and every part thereof, and shall demand,...
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The United States Government: Its Organization and Practical Workings ...

George N. Lamphere - Executive departments - 1880 - 297 pages
...customs as are designated for that purpose. They must go on board of all vessels which arrive within the United States, or within four leagues of the coast thereof, if bound for the United States, and search and examine the same, and every part thereof, and shall demand, receive,...
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The Navigation Laws of the United States

United States - Maritime law - 1886
...on which the duties shall not have been paid, or secured to be paid, shafl be forfeited. SEC. 3067. It shall be lawful for all collectors, naval officers, surveyors, inspectors, and the officers of the revenue-cutters, to go on board of vessels in any port of the United States, or within four leagues...
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Political Science Quarterly, Volume 4

Electronic journals - 1889
...(section 2760) authorize the officers of revenue cutters to " go on board all vessels which arrive within the United States or within four leagues of the coast thereof, if bound for the United States " ; to examine their papers and manifests ; and to " remain on board of such...
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The American Law Register, Volume 29; Volume 38

Law - 1890
...enacted that — The officers of the revenue cutters shall go on board all vessels which arrive in the United States, or within four leagues of the coast thereof, if bound for the United States, and search and examine the same * * * and shall remain on board such vessels...
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Federal Finances: Or, The Income of the United States

William E. Burke - Finance - 1891 - 243 pages
...and shall have power and authority to go on board of every ship or vessel which shall arrive within the" United States, or within four leagues of the coast thereof, if bound for the United States, and to search and examine the same and every part thereof, and to demand, receive...
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Appendix to The Case of the United States Before the Tribunal of ..., Volume 1

United States - Bering Sea controversy - 1892
...to time shall be designated for that purpose. They shall go on board all vessels which arrive within the United States or within four leagues of the coast thereof, if bound for the United States, and search and examine the same, arid every part thereof, and shall demand,...
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Laws of the United States Relating to Navigation and the Merchant Marine

United States - Maritime law - 1895 - 456 pages
...provisionsof the previous section shall be filed in the custom.house where such appointment is made. It shall be lawful for all collectors, naval officers, surveyors, inspectors, and the officers of the revenue.cutters, to go on board of vessels in any port of the United States, or within four leagues...
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Navigation Laws of the United States

United States - Maritime law - 1895
...previous section shall be tiled in the custom-house where such appointment is made. Ks,3067. n snaii be lawful for all collectors, naval officers, surveyors, inspectors, and the officers of the revenue-cutters, to go on board of vessels in any port of the United States, or within four leagues...
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