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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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Shore Control and Port Administration: Investigation of the Status of ...

United States. Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors - Harbors - 1923 - 232 pages
...report of " arrival " so required constitutes the " entry " of the vessel.85 Furthermore, it is made lawful for all collectors, naval officers, surveyors,...vessels in any port of the United States, or within 4 leagues of the coast thereof, if bound to the United States, whether in or out of their respective...
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Shore Control and Port Administration: Investigation of the Status of ...

United States. Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors - Harbors - 1923 - 232 pages
...report of " arrival " so required constitutes the " entry " of the vessel.85 Furthermore, it is made lawful for all collectors, naval officers, surveyors,...vessels in any port of the United States, or within 4 leagues of the coast thereof, if bound to the United States, whether in or out of their respective...
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Navigation Laws of the United States. 1923 ...

United States - Maritime law - 1923 - 557 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 for the United States, and search and examine the same, and every part thereof, and shall demand, receive,...
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International Law and International Relations

Elizabeth Fisher Read, American Foundation - International law - 1925 - 201 pages
...similar law in 1797; it authorized the customs officers 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." In modern tunes many attempts have been made to extend this three-mile territorial...
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Navigation Laws of the United States, 1927

United States - Maritime law - 1927 - 536 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 for the United States, and search and examine the same and every part thereof, and shall demand, receive,...
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United States Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1949
...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, and every part thereof, and shall demand, receive,...
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Armed Forces Talk

Military policy
...March 1799 empowered officers of the Revenue Marine 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, and search and examine the same, and every part thereof; and [to] demand, receive,...
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The Papers of Alexander Hamilton, Volume 1

Alexander Hamilton, Harold Coffin Syrett, Jacob Ernest Cooke - History - 1961 - 629 pages
...for exportation, shall be unshipped for any purpose whatever, either within the limits of any part of the United States, or within four leagues of the coast thereof, or shall be relanded within the United States, from on board the ship or vessel wherein the same shall...
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The Papers of Alexander Hamilton

Alexander Hamilton, Harold C. Syrett - History - 1965 - 626 pages
...referring to Section 31 (i Sfai. 164-65), which reads as follows: "And be it further enacted, That it shall be lawful for all collectors, naval officers,...inspectors, and the officers of the revenue cutters herein after mentioned, to go on board of ships or vessels in any part of the United States, or within...
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Treasury Decisions Under Customs and Other Laws, Volume 64

United States. Dept. of the Treasury - Finance, Public - 1934
...3059. The act of March 2, 1799 (1 Stat. 627), a customs revenue law, provided in section 54 that — it shall be lawful for all collectors, naval officers,...inspectors, and the officers of the revenue cutters, as hereinafter mentioned, to go on board of ships or vessels in any port of the United States, or without...
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