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Title 19Chapter IPart 123


TITLE 19—Customs Duties

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

PART 123—CBP RELATIONS WITH CANADA AND MEXICO

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§123.0
Scope.

Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§123.1
Report of arrival from Canada or Mexico and permission to proceed.
§123.2
Penalty for failure to report arrival or for proceeding without a permit.
§123.3
Inward foreign manifest required.
§123.4
Inward foreign manifest forms to be used.
§123.5
Certification and filing of inward foreign manifest.
§123.6
Train sheet for arriving railroad trains.
§123.7
Manifest used as an entry for unconditionally free merchandise value not over $250.
§123.8
Permit or special license to unlade or lade a vessel or vehicle.
§123.9
Explanation of a discrepancy in a manifest.
§123.10
General order merchandise.
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Subpart B—INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC

§123.11
Supplies on international trains.
§123.12
Entry of foreign locomotives and equipment in international traffic.
§123.13
Foreign repairs to domestic locomotives and other domestic railroad equipment.
§123.14
Entry of foreign-based trucks, busses, and taxicabs in international traffic.
§123.15
Vehicles of foreign origin used between communities of the United States and Canada or Mexico.
§123.16
Entry of returning trucks, busses, or taxicabs in international traffic.
§123.17
Foreign repairs to domestic trucks, busses, taxicabs and their equipment.
§123.18
Equipment and materials for constructing bridges or tunnels between the United States and Canada or Mexico.
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Subpart C—SHIPMENTS IN TRANSIT THROUGH CANADA OR MEXICO

§123.21
Merchandise in transit.
§123.22
In-transit manifest.
§123.23
Train sheet for in-transit rail shipments.
§123.24
Sealing of conveyances or compartments.
§123.25
Certification and disposition of manifests.
§123.26
Transshipment of merchandise moving through Canada or Mexico.
§123.27
Feeding and watering animals in Canada.
§123.28
Merchandise remaining in or exported to Canada or Mexico.
§123.29
Procedure on arrival at port of reentry.
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Subpart D—SHIPMENTS IN TRANSIT THROUGH THE UNITED STATES

§123.31
Merchandise in transit.
§123.32
In-bond application.
§§123.33-123.34
[Reserved]
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Subpart E—UNITED STATES AND CANADA IN-TRANSIT TRUCK PROCEDURES

§123.41
Truck shipments transiting Canada.
§123.42
Truck shipments transiting the United States.
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Subpart F—COMMERCIAL TRAVELER'S SAMPLES IN TRANSIT THROUGH THE UNITED STATES OR CANADA

§123.51
Commercial samples transported by automobile through Canada between ports in the United States.
§123.52
Commercial samples transported by automobile through the United States between ports in Canada.
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Subpart G—BAGGAGE

§123.61
Baggage arriving in baggage car.
§123.62
Baggage in possession of traveler.
§123.63
Examination of baggage from Canada or Mexico.
§123.64
Baggage in transit through the United States between ports in Canada or in Mexico.
§123.65
Domestic baggage transiting Canada or Mexico between ports in the United States.
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Subpart H—[RESERVED]

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Subpart I—MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

§123.81
Merchandise found in building on the boundary.
§123.82
Treatment of stolen vehicles returned from Mexico.
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Subpart J—ADVANCE INFORMATION FOR CARGO ARRIVING BY RAIL OR TRUCK

§123.91
Electronic information for rail cargo required in advance of arrival.
§123.92
Electronic information for truck cargo required in advance of arrival.

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