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No. 13.

Form of Certificate for cancelling such Bond. District of port of

These are to certify, that there have been unladen and landed at this port, from on board the (here insert the denomination and name of the vessel) whereof (insert the name) is master, from (insert the district and port where from the follow. ing packages of merchandise (here detail the several packages, with their respective denominations, their marks and numbers, and if any articles in bulk, the quantities delivered) for which the duties have been paid, or secured, at the aforesaid port of (insert the port.) Witness our hands and seals, this day of

A. B. Collector,
C. D. Naval Officer.

No. 14.

Form of Inspector's Certificate of Spirits, Wines, and Teas, transported from Port

to Port. District of

Office of Inspection for the port of — I certify, that the within is a true copy of the report made to me of distilled spirits, wines, and teas, imported in the (insert the name and denomination of the vessel) built in (here insert where built in the United States, or to what foreign nation belonging) burthen (here insert the tonnage of the vessel) whereof (here insert the name of the master) from (here insert the foreign port from which the vessel last sailed) bound to (here insert the port or ports to which destined in the United States.) That no part of the said spirits, wines, or teas, hath been unladen or landed at this port (or, as the case may require) that there have been landed at this port, in pursuance of permits for that purpose, the following quantities, to wit : (here insert the marks, number, description of packages, casks, chests, kinds, and quantities, of all spirits, wines, and teas, landed at the port of inspection, agreeably to the form prescribed for the report) and no other or greater quantities than are above expressed : (or) that all the said spirits, wines, and teas, have been duly landed in this district, except the following, the duties whereof are to be paid, or secured to be paid, in the district of insert the district of destination, and enumerate the marks, numbers, description of casks, chests, or other packages, kinds, and quantities, of all spirits, wines, and teas, which remain on board.)

A. B. Inspector of the revenue for the port of

No. 15.

Form of Manifest for Vessels bound to Foreign Ports. Report and manifest of the cargo, laden at the port of -- on board the -, master, bound for — port.

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No. 16.

Form of Oath of Master when clearing out.

District of I (insert the name) master, or commander of the (insert the denomination and name of the vessel) bound from the port of (insert the name of the port or place sailing from) to (insert the name of the port or place bound to do solemnly, sincerely, and truly swear, (or affirm, as the case may be) that the manifest of the cargo on board the said (insert denomination and name of the vessel) now delivered by me to the collector of this district, and subscribed with my name, contains, according to the best of my knowledge and belief, a füll, just, and true account of all the goods, wares, and merchandise, now actually laden on board the said vessel, and of the value thereof; and if any other goods, wares, or merchandise, shall be laden or put on board the said (insert denomination and name of vessel) previous to her sailing from this port, I will immediately report the same to the said collector. I do also swear (or affirm) that I verily believe the duties on all the foreign mer. chandise therein specified' have been paid, or secured, according to law, and that no part thereof is intended to be re-landed within the United States, and that if by distress or other unavoidable accidents, it shall become necessary to re-land the same, I will forth with make a just and true report thereof, to the collector of the customs of the district wherein such distress or accident may happen. So help me God.

No. 17.

Form of Clearance.
District of ss.

Port of These are to certify to all whom it doth concern; That - - master, or commander, of the burthen tons, or thereabouts, mounted with guns, navigated with men, built, and bound for having on board

hath here entered and cleared his ship according to law. Given under our hands and seals, at the custom house of

this day of one thousand

, and in the year of the independence of the United States of America.

No. 18.

Form of Enrolment. “Enrolment, in conformity to an act of the congress of the United States of America, entitled, “An act for enrolling and licensing ships or vessels, to be employed in the coasting trade and fisheries, and for regulating the same.' (Inserting here the name of the person, with his occupation and place of abode, by whom the oath or afirmation is to be made) having taken and subscribed the oath (or af. firmation) required by this act, and having sworn (or affirmed) that he or she, and if more than one owner, adding the words together with,' and the name or names, occupation or occupations, place or places of abode, of the owner (or owners) is (or are) a citizen (or citizens) of the United States, and sole owner (or owners of the ship or vessel, called thé (inserting here, her name) of (inserting here, the name of the port to which she may belong) whereof (inserting here, the name of the master) is at present master, and is a citizen of the United States, and that the said ship or vessel was (inserting here, when and where built) and (inserting here, the name and office, if any, of the person by whom she shall have been surveyed, or admeasured) having certified that the said ship or vessel has (inserting here, the number of 'masts) and that her length is (inserting here, the number of feet) her breadth (inserting here, the number of feet) her depth (inserting bere, the number of feet) and that she measures (inserting here, her number of tons) that she is (describing here, the particular kind of vessel, whether ship, brigantine, snow, schooner, sloop, or whatever else, together with her built, and specifying whether she has any or no gallery or head) and the said (naming the owner, or the master, or other person acting in behalf of the owner or owners, by whom the certificate of admeasurement shall have been countersigned) having agreed to the description and admeasurement above specified, and sufficient security having been given, according to the said act, the said ship has been duly enrolled, at the port of (naming the port where enrolled.) Given under my hand and seal, at (naming the said port) this (inserting the particular day) day of (naming the month in the year, specifying the number of the year, in words at length.")

No. 19.:

Form of License. « In pursuance of an act of the congress of the United States of America, entitled, "An act for enrolling and licensing ships or vessels to be employed in the coasting trade and fisheries and for regulating the same,' (inserting here, the name of the husband or managing owner, with his occupation and place of abode, and the name of the master, with the place of his abode) having given bond that the (insert here, the description of the vessel, whether ship, brigantine, snow, schooner, sloop, or whatever else she may be called the (insert here, the vessel's name) whereof the said (naming the master) is master, burthen (insert here, the number of tons, in words) tons, as appears by her enrolment, dated at (naming the district, day, month, and year, in words, at length) but, if she be less than twenty tons (insert thereof) proof being had of her admeasurement, shall not be employed in any trade, while this license shall continue in force, whereby the revenue of the United States shall be defrauded, and having also sworn (or affirmed) that this license shall not be used for any other vessel, or for any other employ. ment, than is herein specified, license is hereby granted for the said (inserting here, the description of the vessel) called the (insert here, the vessel's name) to be employed in carrying on the (inserting here, coasting trade, whale fishery, or cod fishery, as the case may be) for one year from the date hereof, and no longer. Given under my hand and seal, at (naming the said district) this (inserting the particular day) day of (naming the month) in the year (specifying the number of the year, in words at length.”)

No. 20.

Form of oath relative to Baggage. I (here insert the name of the person making the entry,) do solemnly, sincerely, and truly, swear (or affirm) that the entry subscribed by me, and hereto annexed, contains, to the best of my knowledge and belief, a just and true account of the contents of the several (here insert whether chests, cases, or packages) mentioned in the said entry, imported in the (here insert the name of the vessel, and master's name) from (here insert the port from which arrived) and that they contain no goods, wares, or merchandise, whatever, other than the wearing apparel and other personal baggage (or, if the case require) and the tools of the trade of (here insert what mechanical trade) all of which are the property of (here insert to whom belonging, and family, as the case may require) who is or are shortly expected to arrive in the United States; and are not directly or indirectly imported for any other person or persons, or intended for sale. So help me God.

No. 21.

Form of Bond on entry of Baggage. Know all men by these presents, That we (here insert the name of the princi. pal and sureties) are held and firmly bound unto the United States of America, in the sum of to be paid to the said United States; for payment whereof we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, and administrators, jointly and severally, firmly, by these presents. Sealed with our seals, dated the

day of in the year of the independence of the United States, and in the year of our Lord one thousand

Whereas the above named + has this day, for and in behalf of hibited an entry, subscribed with his name, of the following packages of wearing apparel and other articles, as being exempted from duty (here insert the number and description of packages, together with their marks and numbers) and has made oath, before the collector of the district of that the said articles are the property of the said

that they are truly and bona fide intended for the sole use of himself and family, (as the case may require) and are not directly or indirectly imported for any other person, or intended for sale.

Now, therefore, the condition of this obligation is such, that if the said shall, within one year from the date hereof, take and subscribe the oath, prescribed by law in such case, before the said collector, or if the said oath, duly authenticated, shall be produced to the said collector, agreeably to the true intent and meaning of the said law, then this obligation to be void, or else to remain and be in full force and virtue.

Sealed and delivered in the presence of

No. 22.

Form of Bond for payment of Duties. Know all men by these presents, that we, (here insert the name of the importer, or consignee, or, if by an agent, the name of such agent, and of the importers, or consignees, and the sureties, their place of abode and occupation) are held and firmly bound unto the United States of America, in the sum of , to be paid to the said United States; for payment whereof we bind ourselves, our beirs, executors, and administrators, jointly and severally, firmly, by these presents: sealed with our seals: dated this day of — , in the year of the independence of the said United States, and in the year of our Lord one thousand

The condition of this obligation is such, that if the above bounden (here insert the principal, or agent for such principal, and the sureties) or either of them, or either of their heirs, executors, or administrators, shall and do, on or before the

day of next, well and truly pay, or cause to be paid, unto the collector of the customs for the district of - for the time being, the sum of or the amount of the duties to be ascertained as due, and arising, on certain goods, wares, and merchandise entered by the above bounden (insert the name of the importer, or consignee, or agent for such importer, or consignee) as imported in the

-, - master, from - , as per entry, dated , then the above obligation to be void; otherwise to remain in full force and virtue,

Sealed and delivered in the presence of

No. 23.

Form of Entry in case of Drawback. Entry of merchandise intended to be exported by (here insert the name or names) on board of the (insert the denomination and name of the vessel) whereof (insert the name of the master) is master, for (insert the port or place to which destined) for the benefit of drawback, which were imported into the district of (insert the district of original importation) on the (insert the date of importation) by (insert the name of the importer) in the (insert the denomination and name of the vessel) from (insert the foreign port or place whence they were imported) and brought into the district on the (insert the date of the vessel's entry) in the insert the denomination and name of the vessel and master) from (insert the port from whence they arrived.)

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No. 24.
Form of Direction and Permit.

District of port of The surveyor will cause the articles specified in [insert the name of the person making entry) entry to be examined, and if found to agree exactly therewith, will have them (weighed, gauged, or measured, as the case may require) and then permit the same to be laden on board the (insert the denomination and name of the vessel, and the master's name) master for (insert the port of destination) for benefit of drawback.

A. B., collector.

C. D., naval officer. To the surveyor of the port of

No. 25.

Form of verifying Entry by original importer. I [here insert the name] do solelmnly, sincerely, and truly, swear, (or affirm,) that the articles specified in the above, or annexed, entry, were imported by me, (or consigned to me, as the case may be) in the [insert the denomination and name of the vessel] whereof (insert the name) was master, from [insert the name and the port or place where from] that they were duly entered by me at the custom-house of this port, and the duties paid, (or secured to be paid thereon, as the case may be,) that they are the same in quantity, quality, package, (and value, if articles paying an ad valorem duty) as at the time of importation, necessary or unavoida. ble wastage or damage only excepted, and are now actually laden on board the [insert denomination and name of the vessel] whereof (insert the name) is master; and that they are truly intended to be exported by me in the said vessel, to the port of [insert the name of the port or place) and are not intended to be relanded within the limits of the United States. So help me God.

Form of Importer's oath when goods are sold, to be exported by another person.. I [insert the name) do solemnly, sincerely, and truly, swear, (or affirm,) that the articles specified in the above, or annexed entry, as imported by, (or consigned to me, as the case may be,) were truly imported by, or consigned to me, in the fin. sert denoinination or name of the vessels whereof (insert the name) is master, from [insert the port or place) that they were duly entered by me at the custom-house of , and the duties thereon paid, (or secured to be paid, as the case may be,) that they were the same in quantity, quality, package, necessary or unavoidable wastage or damage only excepted, (and value, if articles paying an ad valorem duty,) at the time of sale or delivery to (insert the name of the person or persons to whom sold or destined] as at the time of importation. So help me God."

No. 26.

Form of oath in case of Exportation by a person other than an Importer. 1 (insert the name) do solemnly, sincerely, and truly, swear, (or affirm,) that the articles specified in the above, or annexed, entry, were purchased by me, of (insert the name of the person or persons from whom purchased) that they are now actually laden on board of the (insert the denomination and name of the vessel) whereof (insert the name) is master, and were, at the time of such lading, and are now, the same in quantity, quality, package, necessary or unavoidable wastage or damage only excepted, (and value, if articles paying an ad valorem duty,) as at the time of purchase, that they are truly intended to be exported by me, in the said vessel, to the port of (insert the name of the port or place) and are not intended to be relanded within the limits of the United States. So help me God.

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