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Title 19Chapter IPart 19


TITLE 19—Customs Duties

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

PART 19—CUSTOMS WAREHOUSES, CONTAINER STATIONS AND CONTROL OF MERCHANDISE THEREIN

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§19.1
Classes of customs warehouses.

General Provisions

§19.2
Applications to bond.
§19.3
Bonded warehouses; alterations; relocation; suspensions; discontinuance.
§19.4
CBP and proprietor responsibility and supervision over warehouses.
§19.5
[Reserved]
§19.6
Deposits, withdrawals, blanket permits to withdraw and sealing requirements.
§19.7
Expenses of labor and storage.
§19.8
Examination of goods by importer; sampling; repacking; examination of merchandise by prospective purchasers.
§19.9
General order, abandoned, and seized merchandise.
§19.10
Examination packages.

Manipulation in Bonded Warehouses and Elsewhere

§19.11
Manipulation in bonded warehouses and elsewhere.

Accounts

§19.12
Inventory control and recordkeeping system.

Manufacturing Warehouses

§19.13
Requirements for establishment of warehouse.
§19.13a
Recordkeeping requirements.
§19.14
Materials for use in manufacturing warehouse.
§19.15
Withdrawal for exportation of articles manufactured in bond; waste or byproducts for consumption.
§19.16
[Reserved]

Smelting and Refining Warehouses

§19.17
Application to establish warehouse; bond.
§19.18
Smelting and refining; allowance for wastage; withdrawal for consumption.
§19.19
Manufacturers' records; annual statement.
§19.20
Withdrawal of products from bonded smelting or refining warehouses.
§19.21
Smelting and refining in separate establishments.
§19.22
Withdrawal of metal refined in part from imported crude metal and in part from crude metal produced from imported materials.
§19.23
Withdrawal for exportation from one port to be credited on warehouse entry account at another port.
§19.24
Theoretical transfer without physical shipment of dutiable metal.
§19.25
Credit to be applied under various forms of withdrawals.

Space Bonded for the Storage of Wheat

§19.29
Sealing of bins or other bonded space.
§19.30
Domestic wheat not to be allowed in bonded space.
§19.31
Bulk wheat of different classes and grades not to be commingled in storage.
§19.32
Wheat manipulation; reconditioning.
§19.33
General order; transportation in bond.
§19.34
Customs supervision.

Duty-Free Stores

§19.35
Establishment of duty-free stores (Class 9 warehouses).
§19.36
Requirements for duty-free store operations.
§19.37
Crib operations.
§19.38
Supervision of exportation.
§19.39
Delivery for exportation.

Container Stations

§19.40
Establishment, relocation or alteration of container stations.
§19.41
Movement of containerized cargo to a container station.
§19.42
Application for transfer of merchandise.
§19.43
Filing of application.
§19.44
Carrier responsibility.
§19.45
Transfer of merchandise, approval and method.
§19.46
Employee lists.
§19.47
Security.
§19.48
Suspension or revocation of the privilege of operating a container station; hearings.
§19.49
Entry of containerized merchandise.


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