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That part of the State of Georgia extending south of a line drawn from Brunswick a long U.S. Route 84 to Waycross and along Route 82 to the Alabama border. Northern Florida east of the A palachicola River and bounded on the south by a line drawn from Cedar Key to Ocala to Daytona
Beach. That portion of Florida south of a line
from Cedar Key to Ocala to Daytona Beach and north of a line from
Naples to Sebring to Melbourne. All the remainder of the State of Flor
ida south of a line from Naples to Sebring to Melbourne but not
including the Florida Keys. All the area covered by the Florida
Keys. All the area in the Alabama Collection
District and that portion of Tennessee east of the western crossing of the Tennessee River. Northern Florida
west of the Apalachicola River. All the States of Louisiana (except that
portion included in Sabine District No. 21); Mississippi (except that portion included in Collection District No. 19); and Arkansas. tion of Tennessee west of the western
crossing of the Tennessee River. The island of Puerto Rico.
Key West. Customs Agent
in Charge, Mobile.
Customs Agent in Charge, New Orleans.
All of the Virgin Islands.
The counties of Cameron, Willacy,
Kenedy, Kleberg, Nueces, San Patricio, Refugio, and Jim Wells. That part of the State of Texas east of
the Pecos River, south of 33° north latitude, and west of 99° west longitude with the exception of Gillespie, Kerr, Bandera, Medina, Frio, La Salle, Webb, and Zapata Counties. The States of New Mexico and Colo
rado; that part of Oklahoma west of 100° west longitude; that part of the State of Texas lying west of the Pecos River, and the part of Texas north of 33° north latidude and west of 99°
west longitude. All of the State of Oklahoma east of
100° west longitude and that part of Galveston Collection District (22) lying west of Galveston Bay, the Trinity River and 96° west longitude, with the exception of Refugio, San
Patricio and Nueces Counties. The counties of Starr, Jim Hogg,
Zapata, Webb, Duval, McMullen
and La Salle. The counties of Brooks and Hidalgo.
Customs Agent in
Laredo. Customs Agent
McAllen. Senior Customs
The Republic of Mexico.
in Charge, San Antonio.
Cameron and Calcasieu Parishes in
the State of Louisiana and that part of the State of Texas lying east of Galveston Bay, the Trinity River
and 96° west longitude. Kerr, Bandera, Medina, and Frio
Counties and other parts of Texas lying north of 28° north latitude and between 97° and 99° west longitude with the exception of La Salle, McMullen, San Patricio, Refugio and Tarrant Counties.
33 (Montana and Idaho). Customs Agent in
State of Oklahoma).
comprising the state in Charge,
Customs Agent in
Collection Districts 40, 42, 39 except
for the State of Nebraska, and that
sota, south to the Minnesota-Iowa
Customs Agent in
State of Michigan except that part
lying_west of Route 41 extending
from Escanaba to Marquette.
Minnesota; south to the junction of
tana) and Wyoming.
South Dakota) and that part of Min-
the Minnesota-Iowa boundary.
trict 45 except for the State of Okla.
trict No. 26, composed of Imperial
the exception of Imperial County.
the exception of Yuma County.
All of Collection District No. 28.
All of Collection District No. 29.
Customs Agent in
in Charge, San
in Charge, Los
in Charge, San
All of Collection District No. 30.
All of Collectlon District No. 31,
All of Collection District No.32.
16 | Regional Cus-
Spain, Portugal, Italy, Switzerland,
France, Luxemburg, Monaco, Belgium
Sweden, Finland, Germany, Austria,
All of Far East (includ- Regional Customs All of Far East, including Australia,
Representative, except Hong Kong, Macao, and
Tokyo, Japan. Taiwan.
[T.D. 56105, 29 F.R. 2333, Feb. 11, 1964]
The locations of the headquarters of the appraisers of merchandise for the
Name of District
Location of Headquarters
Address of Appraiser of
Juneau, Alaska, 13467.
St.; P.O. Box 1788.
P.O, Box 1359.
Montana and Idaho.
Great Falls, Mont., 4453.
423 Canal St.
1 The appraiser of merchandise is under the jurisdiction of the collector of customs and is located at the same ad.
U.S. Appraiser of Merchandise, New York, N.Y.
103 South Gay Street, 13, 14, 15, 42,
Baltimore, Md., 21202. and 43. 408 Atlantic Avenue, Bos- 1, 2, 4, and 5.
ton, Mass., 02210. Customhouse, Chicago, 34, 35, 36, 37, nl., 60607.
38, 39, 40, and
45. 531 Mateo Street, Los An- 24, 25, 26, 27, geles, Calif., 90013.
and 50. Oustomhouse, New Or- | 19, 20, 21, 22, leans, La., 70130.
and 23. 201 Varick Street, New 6, 7, 98, 9, 10,
York, N.Y., 10014. 49, and 51. Branch Laboratory:
Juan, P.R., 00903. Customhouse, Philadel. 11, 12, and 41,
phia, Pa., 19106. 630 Sansome Street, San 28, 29, 30, 31, Francisco, Calif., 94111.
32, 33, and Customhouse, Savannah, 16, 17, and 18.
§ 1.8 Hours of business.
(a) Except as specified in paragraphs (b)-(g) of this section, each customs of fice shall be open for the transaction of general customs business between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. on all days of the year except Saturdays, Sundays, and national holidays."
(b) Different but equivalent hours shall be observed if a difference is required for the maintenance of adequate service because of local conditions, is approved by the Commissioner of Customs, and a notice of the hours of business is prominently displayed at the principal entrance and in each public room of the customs office.
(c) At each port or station where there is no full-time customs employee, the hours during which the customs ofice will be open for the transaction of general customs business shall be fixed by the collector of customs concerned with
the approval of the Commissioner of Customs, and notice thereof shall be displayed prominently at the principal entrance of the office.
(d) Each customs office shall be open for the transaction of general customs business on all state and local holidays occurring on days other than Saturdays, Sundays, and national holidays. I a state or local holiday interferes with the performance of work in a customs ofice by any customs employee or employees, the principal field oficer may request approval of the Commissioner of Customs to excuse such employees from duty without charge to leave.
(e) Customs services required to be performed outside a customs office shall be furnished between the hours of 8 a. m. and 5 p. m. (or between the corresponding hours at ports where different but equivalent hours are required for the maintenance of adequate service and are approved by the Commissioner of Customs) on all days when the customs office is open for the transaction of general customs business. In accordance with such instructions as the Commissioner of Customs shall have issued from time to time and upon reasonable advance notice to the principal local officer concerned, such services may be furnished between the same hours on Saturdays.
(f) Where there is a regularly recurring need for customs services outside the above prescribed hours, and the volume and duration of the required services are uniformly such as to require, of themselves or in immediately consecutive combination with other essential customs activities of the port, the full time of one or more customs employees, the necessary number of regular tours of duty to furnish such services on all days of the year except Sundays and national holidays may be established with the approval of the Commissioner of Customs.
(g) Customs services shall be furnished private interests otherwise than as specified in this section only in accordance with the provisions of $ 24.16 of this chapter. $ 1.9
Customs seal. (a) The customs seal of the United States, consisting of the national arms within a circle according to the design furnished by the Treasury Department. shall be impressed upon all official documents requiring the impress of a seal.
? The national holidays are January 1, February 22, May 30, July 4, the first Monday in September, November 11, the fourth Thursday in November, and December 25. If a holiday falls on Sunday, the following day will be observed. (E.O. No. 10358, June 9, 1952.) If a holiday falls on Saturday the day immediately preceding such Saturday will be observed (5 U.S.C. 87c). Other days may be designated as national holidays by Executive Order of the President.
(b) The impress of the seal is not Sec. necessary on documents passing within
2.46 Open shelter deck space.
2.47 the Customs Service. The seal shall be
An open structure on small craft.
2.48 Open vessels. impressed on marine documents, and on
2.49 Deductions from gross tonnage. landing certificates, certificates of
2.50 Navigation spaces. weight, gauge, or measure, and similar 2.51 Engine room. classes of documents for outside in- 2.52 Spaces included in engine room. terests.
2.53 Length of engine room. (c) The official seal shall not be used
2.54 Boilers and engine in same compart
ment. in the manner of a notary seal to indi
2.55 Engine room measured in parts. cate authority to administer oaths.
2.56 Rule for measuring engine room.
2.57 Engine room in small boats. PART 2-MEASUREMENT OF
2.58 Deduction for propelling power.
2.59 Light and air spaces. VESSELS
2.60 Verification of calculations, diagram of Sec.
areas, and certification of results. 2.0 Effective date.
2.60a Marking net tonnage and official num2.1 Authority of Commissioner.
ber on vessel. 2.2 Officials authorized to admeasure 2.61 Appendix to certificate of registry. vessels.
2.62 Measurement of Government vessels. 2.3 Purpose for which measurements are
2.63 Foreign vessels. taken.
2.64 Adjustment and correction of tonnage. 2.4 Register ton.
2.65 Figures. 2.5 Gross register tonnage.
2.66 Conversion tables. 2.6 Net register tonnage.
2.67 Table A of common intervals when 2.7 The marine document.
tonnage depth is 16 feet or less. 2.8 Application for measurement.
2.68 Table B of common intervals when ton2.9 Drawings.
nage depth exceeds 16 feet. 2.10 Measurements to be taken at an early
2.69 Definitions of enclosures on or above stage.
the upper deck. 2.11 Uniform system required.
2.70 Definitions of items of deduction. 2.13 Measuring instruments.
2.71 Definitions of structural terms, etc. 2.14 Stem.
2.72 Suez and Panama Canal certificates. 2.15 Stern.
AUTHORITY: The provisions of this part 2 2.16 Masts.
issued under R.S. 161, 4153, as amended, secs. 2.17 Ceiling, cargo battens, etc.
2, 3, 23 Stat. 118, as amended, 119, as amended, 2.18 Register length.
sec. 4, 28 Stat. 743, as amended; 5 U.S.C. 22, 2.19 Register breadth.
46 U.S.C. 2, 3, 77, 79. 2.20 Register depth. 2.21 Upper deck to the hull.
SOURCE: The provisions of this part 2 ap2.22 Enumerating the decks.
pear at 28 F.R. 14553, Dec. 31, 1963, unless 2.23 Register height.
otherwise noted. 2.24 Round of beam. 2.25 Pitch of beam.
§ 2.0 Effective date. 2.26 Tonnage deck.
The regulations in this part are not 2.27 Tonnage length.
retroactive, i.e., they do not apply to 2.28 Depth of a transverse section.
vessels the keels of which were laid prior 2.29 Tonnage depths.
to the date the rules in this part become 2.30 Tonnage breadths. 2.31 Measuring the tonnage length.
effective. The regulations in this part 2.32 Divisions of tonnage length.
become effective March 1, 1940. 2.33 Transfer of location of sections to keelson.
$ 2.1 Authority of Commissioner. 2.34 Transverse areas, rule for finding.
(a) The Commissioner of Customs is 2.35 Breaks in double bottom.
charged with the supervision of the laws 2.36 Vessels having side tanks may be
relating to the admeasurement of vesmeasured in parts.
sels, and on all questions of interpreta2.37 Outside shaft tunnel. 2.38 Square end vessels having head blocks.
tion growing out of the execution of the 2.39 Between decks.
laws relating to this subject his decision 2.40 Superstructures.
is final. 2.41 Hatchways.
(b) The Commissioner of Customs 2.42 Record of exempted spaces.
shall, in the following sections, be re2.43 Enclosed spaces exempted from inclu- ferred to as the Commissioner. sion in gross tonnage.
(c) Doubts arising in the minds of 2.44 Passenger cabins.
the admeasurers concerning decks to the 2.45 Open superstructures on or above the hull, enclosures on or above the upper upper deck.
deck, shelter decks, method of procedure,