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Title 19Chapter IPart 12


TITLE 19—Customs Duties

CHAPTER I—U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY; DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

PART 12—SPECIAL CLASSES OF MERCHANDISE

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Food, Drugs, and Cosmetics, Economic Poisons, Hazardous Substances, and Dangerous Caustic or Corrosive Substances

§12.1
Cooperation with certain agencies; joint regulations.
§12.3
Release under bond; liquidated damages.
§12.4
Exportation.
§12.5
Shipment to other ports.

Importation of Certain Cheeses

§12.6
Affidavits required to accompany entry.

Milk and Cream

§12.7
Permits required for importation.

Meat and Meat-Food Products

§12.8
Inspection; bond; release.
§12.9
Release for final delivery to consignee.

Plants and Plant Products

§12.10
Regulations and orders of the Department of Agriculture.
§12.11
Requirements for entry and release.
§12.12
Release under bond.
§12.13
Unclaimed shipments.
§12.14
Detention.
§12.15
Disposition; refund of duty.

Agricultural and Vegetable Seeds

§12.16
Joint regulations of the Secretary of the Treasury and the Secretary of Agriculture.

Viruses, Serums, and Toxins for Treatment of Domestic Animals

§12.17
Importation restricted.
§12.18
Labels.
§12.19
Detention; samples.
§12.20
Disposition.

Viruses, Serums, Toxins, Antitoxins, and Analogous Products for the Treatment of Man

§12.21
Licensed establishments.
§12.22
Labels; samples.
§12.23
Detention; examination; disposition.

Domestic Animals, Animal Products, and Animal Feeding Materials

§12.24
Regulations of the Department of Agriculture.

Wild Animals, Birds, and Insects

§12.26
Importations of wild animals, fish, amphibians, reptiles, mollusks, and crustaceans; prohibited and endangered and threatened species; designated ports of entry; permits required.
§12.27
Importation or exportation of wild animals or birds, or the dead bodies thereof illegally captured or killed, etc.
§12.28
Importation of wild mammals and birds in violation of foreign law.
§12.29
Plumage and eggs of wild birds.
§12.30
Whaling.
§12.31
Plant pests.
§12.32
Honeybees and honeybee semen.

Tea

§12.33
Importation of tea; entry; examination for customs purposes.

White Phosphorus Matches

§12.34
Importation prohibited; certificate of inspection; importer's declaration.
§12.35
[Reserved]

Narcotic Drugs

§12.36
Regulations of Bureau of Narcotics.

Liquors

§12.37
Restricted importations.
§12.38
Labeling requirements; shipments.

Unfair Competition

§12.39
Imported articles involving unfair methods of competition or practices.

Immoral Articles

§12.40
Seizure; disposition of seized articles; reports to United States attorney.
§12.41
Prohibited films.

Merchandise Produced By Convict, Forced, or Indentured Labor

§12.42
Findings of Commissioner of Customs.
§12.43
Proof of admissibility.
§12.44
Disposition.
§12.45
Transportation and marketing of prison-labor products.

Counterfeit Coins, Obligations, and Other Securities; Illustrations or Reproductions of Coins or Stamps

§12.48
Importation prohibited; exceptions to prohibition of importation; procedure.

Consumer Products and Industrial Equipment Subject to Energy Conservation or Labeling Standards

§12.50
Consumer products and industrial equipment subject to energy conservation or labeling standards.

Fur-Seal or Sea-Otter Skins

§12.60
Importation prohibited.
§12.61
Fur-seal or sea-otter skins permitted entry.
§12.62
Enforcement; duties of Customs officers.
§12.63
Seal-skin or sea-otter-skin waste.

Entry of Motor Vehicles, Motor Vehicle Engines and Nonroad Engines Under the Clean Air Act, as Amended

§12.73
Motor vehicle and engine compliance with Federal antipollution emission requirements.
§12.74
Nonroad and stationary engine compliance with Federal antipollution emission requirements.

Motor Vehicles and Motor Vehicle Equipment Manufactured On or After January 1, 1968

§12.80
Federal motor vehicle safety standards.

Safety Standards for Boats and Associated Equipment

§12.85
Coast Guard boat and associated equipment safety standards.

Electronic Products

§12.90
Definitions.
§12.91
Electronic products offered for importation under the Act.

Switchblade Knives

§12.95
Definitions.
§12.96
Imports unrestricted under the Act.
§12.97
Importations contrary to law.
§12.98
Importations permitted by statutory exceptions.
§12.99
Procedures for permitted entry.
§12.100
Importations in good faith; common or contract carriage.
§12.101
Seizure of prohibited switchblade knives.
§12.102
Forfeiture.
§12.103
Report to the U.S. Attorney.

Cultural Property

§12.104
Definitions.
§12.104a
Importations prohibited.
§12.104b
State Parties to the Convention.
§12.104c
Importations permitted.
§12.104d
Detention of articles; time in which to comply.
§12.104e
Seizure and forfeiture.
§12.104f
Temporary disposition of materials and articles.
§12.104g
Specific items or categories designated by agreements or emergency actions.
§12.104h
Exempt materials and articles.
§12.104i
Enforcement.
§12.104j
Emergency protection for Iraqi cultural antiquities.

Pre-Columbian Monumental and Architectural Sculpture and Murals

§12.105
Definitions.
§12.106
Importation prohibited.
§12.107
Importations permitted.
§12.108
Detention of articles; time in which to comply.
§12.109
Seizure and forfeiture.

Pesticides and Devices

§12.110
Definitions.
§12.111
Registration.
§12.112
Notice of arrival of pesticides and devices.
§12.113
Arrival of shipment.
§12.114
Release or refusal of delivery.
§12.115
Release under bond.
§12.116
Samples.
§12.117
Procedure after examination.

Chemical Substances in Bulk and as Part of Mixtures and Articles

§12.118
Toxic Substances Control Act.
§12.119
Scope.
§12.120
Definitions.
§12.121
Reporting requirements.
§12.122
Detention of certain shipments.
§12.123
Procedure after detention.
§12.124
Time limitations and extensions.
§12.125
Notice of exportation.
§12.126
Notice of abandonment.
§12.127
Decision to store or dispose.

Softwood Lumber

§12.140
Entry of softwood lumber products from Canada.
§12.142
Entry of softwood lumber and softwood lumber products from any country into the United States.

Steel Products

§12.145
Entry or admission of certain steel products.

Merchandise Subject to Economic Sanctions

§12.150
Merchandise prohibited by economic sanctions; detention; seizure or other disposition; blocked property.
§12.151
Prohibitions and conditions on importations of jadeite, rubies, and articles of jewelry containing jadeite or rubies.
§12.152
Prohibitions and conditions on the importation and exportation of rough diamonds.


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