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order of the President, by order of the Secretary of the Treasury,' or by act of Congress, at which a customs officer is

assigned with authority to accept entries of merchandise, to collect duties, and to enforce the various provisions of the customs and navigation laws.?

(c) The following is a list of customs regions and districts, with a list of the ports in each district. The first-named port in each district (in capital letters) is the headquarters port. The ports were created by the President's message of March 3, 1913, concerning a reorganization of the Customs Service pursuant to the Act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 434; 19 U.S.C. 1). That organization has been changed by subsequent orders of the President and the Secretary of the Treasury. Orders affecting existing ports are cited in parentheses following the name of the port effected.

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1 "The President is authorized from time to time, as the exigencies of the service may require, to rearrange, by consolidation or otherwise the several customs-collection districts and to discontinue ports of entry by abolishing the same or establishing others in their stead: Provided, That the whole number of customs-collection districts, ports of entry, or either of them, shall at no time be made to exceed those established and authorized as on Aug. 1, 1914, except as the same may thereafter be provided by law.

*." (19 U.S.C. 2.) By virtue of the authority vested in him by sec. 1 of the act of Aug. 8, 1950 (64 Stat. 419), the President, by Executive Order 10289, dated Sept. 17, 1951 (16 F.R. 9499), delegated to the Secretary of the Treasury the authority theretofore vested in the President by sec. 1 of the act of Aug. 1, 1914, as amended (19 U.S.C. 2), (1) to rearrange, by consolidation or otherwise, the several customs-collection districts, (2) to discontinue ports of entry by abolishing the same and establishing others in their stead, and (3) to change from time to time the location of the headquarters in any customs-collection district as the needs of the service may require.

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2 The customs district of the Virgin Islands although under the jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Treasury, has its own customs laws. (See 48 U.S.C. 14061.) This district, therefore, is outside the customs territory of the United States and the ports thereof are not "ports of entry” within the meaning of these regulations.

3 The customs region of New York City, N.Y., and the customs district of New York City, N.Y., are coextensive.

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PORTLAND, MAINE (including territory de

scribed in E.O. 9297, Feb. 1, 1943; 8 F.R. 1479). Bangor, Maine (including Brewer, Maine) (E.O.

9297, Feb. 1, 1943; 8 F.R. 1479). Bar Harbor, Maine (including Mount Desert

Island, the city of Ellsworth, and the townships of Hancock, Sullivan, Sorrento, Gouldsboro, and Winter Harbor) (E.O. 4572, Jan. 27,

1927). Bath, Maine (including Booth Bay and Wis

casset) (E.0.4356, Dec. 15, 1925.) Belfast, Maine (including Searsport) (E.O. 6754,

June 28, 1934). Bridgewater, Maine (E.O. 8079, Apr. 4, 1939; 4

F.R. 1475). Calais, Maine (including townships of Calais,

Robbinston, and Baring) (E.O. 6284, Sept. 13,

1933). Eastport, Maine (including Lubec and Cutler)

(E.O. 4296, Aug. 26, 1925). Fort Fairfield, Maine. Fort Kent, Maine. Houlton, Maine (E.O. 4156, Feb. 14, 1925). Jackman, Maine (including the townships of

Jackman, Sandy Bay, Bald Mountain, Holeb, Attean, Lowelltown, Dennistown, and Moose

River) (T.D. 54683). Jonesport, Maine (including the towns (town

ships) of Beals, Jonesboro, Roque Bluffs, and Machiasport) (E.O. 4296, Aug. 26, 1925; E.O.

8695, Feb. 25, 1941). Limestone, Maine. Madawaska, Maine. Portsmouth, N.H. (including Kittery, Maine). Rockland, Maine. Van Buren, Maine Vanceboro, Maine.

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The State of Vermont and ST. ALBANS, VT. (including townships of St.
the county of Coos, N.H. Albans and Swanton) (E.O. 3925, Nov. 13, 1923)

E.O. 7632, June 15, 1937; 2 F.R. 1042). Alburg,
Beecher Falls, Vt.
Burlington, Vt. (including the town of South

Burlington) (T.D. 54677).
Derby Line, Vt.
Highgate Springs, Vt. (including township of

Highgate) (E.O. 7632, June 15, 1937: 2 F.R.

1042).
Island Pond, Vt.
New port, Vt.
North Troy, Vt.

Richford, Vt.
The State of Massachusetts.. BOSTON (including territory and waters

adjacent thereto described in T.D. 56493).
Fall River (including territory described in

T.D. 54476).
Gloucester.
Lawrence (including the territory described in

T-D71-12) (E.0. 5444, Sept. 16, 1930); (E.O.
10088, Dec. 3, 1949; 14 F.R. 7287).
New Bedford.
Plymouth.
Salem (including Beverly, Marblehead, Lynn,

and Peabody) (E.O. 9207, July 29, 1942).
Springfield (T.D. 69–189).

Worcester.
The State of Rhode Island.. PROVIDENCE (including the territory de-

scribed in T.D. 67-3).

Newport.
The State of Connecticut... BRIDGEPORT (including territory described

in T.D. 68-224)
Hartford (including territory described in T.D.

68-224).
New Haven (including territory described in

T.D. 68-224).
New London (including territory described in

T.D. 68-224).
The counties of Clinton, OGDENSBURG.

Essex, Franklin, St. Law- Alexandria Bay (including territory described in
rence, Jefferson, and

E.O. 10042, Mar. 10, 1949; 14 F.R. 1155).
Lewis in the State of New Cape Vincent.
York.

Champlain-Rouses Point (including territory)

described in T.D. 67-68).
Chateaugay.
Clayton.
Fort Covington.
Massena (T.D. 54834).
Morristown.
Trout River (T.D. 56074).

Waddington.
The counties of Osewgo,

BUFFALO-NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (T.D.
Oneida, Onondaga, Ca- 56512).
yuga, Seneca, Wayne, Oswego.
Broome, Tompkins,

Rochester.
Chenango, Madison, Sodus Point.
Cortland, Hamilton, Syracuse.
Schuyler, Chemung,

Utica.
Herkimer, Monroe, On-
tario, Livingston, Yates,
Steuben, Orleans, Gen-
eseo, Wyoming, Allegany,
Erie, Niagara, Cattarau-
gus, Chautauqua, and
Tioga in the State of

New York.
The counties of Sussex,

NE' YORK, (including territory de-
Passaic, Hudson, Bergen, scribed in E.Ó.4205, Apr. 15, 1925) (T.D. 53876).
Essex, Union, Middlesex, Albany, N.Y.
and Monmouth in the Perth Amboy, N.J.
State of New Jersey and
that part of the State of
New York not expressly
included in the districts
of Buffalo and Ogdens-
burg. (The district is
divided into three areas,
namely, Kennedy Airport
Area, Newark Area, and
New York Seaport Area,
the limits of which are
described in T.D. 71-19).

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PHILADELPHIA, PA. (including Camden

and Gloucester City, N.J., and territory described in E.O. 7840, Mar. 15, 1938; 3 F.R.

687; T.D. 53738 and T.D. 54303). Chester, Pa. (E.O. 7706, Sept. 11, 1937; 2 F.R.

1848). Harrisburg, Pa. (T.D. 71-233). Pittsburgh, Pa. (including the territory do

scribed in T.D. 67–197). Wilmington, Del. (including territory described

in T.Ď. 54202) (E.O. 4496, Aug. 12, 1926). BALTIMORE, MD. (including territory

described in T.D. 68-123). Annapolis, Md. Cambridge, Md. (E.0. 3888, August 13, 1923). Crisfield,

Md. WASHINGTON, D.C. (including the territory

described in T.D. 68-67). Alexandria, Va. (T.D. 68-67).

Baltimore, The State of Maryland
Md.

(except the counties of
Montgomery and Prince

George's).
Washington, The District of Columbia,
D.C.

the counties of Mont-
gomery and Prince
George's in the State of
Maryland, the counties of
Loudoun, Fairfax, and
Arlington, and the city
of Alexandria in the
State of Virginia, in-
cluding any independent
cities and towns within
the boundaries of such

counties. Norfolk,

The State of Virginia
Va.

(except the counties of
Loudoun, Fairfax, and
Arlington, and the city
of Alexandria, including
any independent cities
and towns within the
boundaries of such
counties) and the State

of West Virginia. Wilming- The State of North ton, N.C.

Carolina.

NORFOLK AND NEWPORT NEWS (includ.

ing the waters and shores of Hampton Roads). Cape Charles City. Reedville. Richmond-Petersburg (including the territory

described in T.D. 68–179).

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WILMINGTON (including townships of North

West, Wilmington, and Cape Fear) (E.O. 7761, Dec. 3, 1937; 2 F.R. 2679, and territory described in E.O. 10042, Mar. 10, 1949; 14 F.R.

1155). Beaufort-Morehead City (T.D. 56637). Charlotte (T.D. 56079). Durham (È.0. 4876, May 3, 1928) (including ter

ritory described in E.O. 9433, Apr. 6, 1944; 9

F.R. 3761), Elizabeth City. Elkin (E.O. 10042, Mar. 10, 1949; 14 F.R. 1155). Reidsville (E.0. 6159, July 18, 1929) (including

territory described in E.O. 9433, Apr. 6, 1944;

9F.R.3761). Winston-Salem (E.O. 2366, Apr. 24, 1916). CHARLESTON (including territory described

in T.D. 53994). Georgetown. Greenville-Spartanburg, S.C. (including tor

ritory described in (T.D. 70–148). SAVANNAH (including territory described in

E.O. 8367, Mar. 5, 1940; 5 F.R. 985). Atlanta (including territory described in T.D.

55548). Brunswick. TAMPA (including territory described in T.D.

68-91). Boca Grande. Fernandina Beach (including St. Marys, Ga.)

(T.D. 53033). Jacksonville (including territory described in

T.D. 69-45). Port Canaveral, Fla. (including territory de

scribed in T.D. 66-212). St. Petersburg (E.O. 7928, July 14, 1938; 3 F.R.

1749; including territory described in T.D. 53994).

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MIAMI, FLA. (including territory described

in T.D. 53514). Key West (including territory described in

T.D. 53994). Port Everglades (E.O. 5770, Dec. 31, 1931) (in

cluding territory described in T.D. 53514)

(Mail: Fort Lauderdale, Fla.). West Palm Beach (E.0.4324, Oct. 15, 1925) (in

cluding territory described in T.D. 53514). SAN JUAN (including territory described in

T.D. 54017). Aguadilla. Fajardo. Guanica. Humacao (including the territory described in

T.D. 70-157). Jobos (E.0.9162, May 13, 1942). Mayaguez. (T.D. 22305). Ponce (including territory described in T.D.

54017). CHARLOTTE AMALIE, ST. THOMAS,

V.I. Christiansted, St. Croix. Coral Bay, St. John. Cruz Bay, St. John. Frederiksted, St. Croix. MOBILE, ALA. (including territory described

in E.O. 10042, Mar. 10, 1949; 14 F.R. 1155). Apalachicola, Fla. Birmingham, Ala. Carrabelle, Fla. (E.O. 7508, Dec. 11, 1936; 1 F.R.

2149). Gulfport, Miss. Panama City, Fla. (E.O. 3919, Nov. 1, 1923). Pascagoula, Miss. (including territory described

in T.D. 56233). Pensacola, Fla. Port St. Joe, Fla. (E.O. 7818, Feb. 17, 1938;

3 F.R. 503) NEW ORLEANS, LA. (including territory

described in E.O. 5130, May 29, 1929). Baton Rouge, La. (E.0. 5993, Jan. 13, 1933)

(including territory described in T.D. 53514

and T.D. 54381). Chattanooga, Tenn. Greenville, Miss. (T.D. 55697 including the

territory described in T.D. 55829). LITTLE ROCK-NORTH LITTLE ROCK,

ARK. (including territory described in T.D.

70–146). Memphis, Tenn. Morgan City, La. (including territory described

in T.D. 66-266). Nashville, Tenn. PORT ARTHUR, TEX. (including territory

described in T.D. 54137). Beaumont, Tex. (E.O. 4502, Sept. 1, 1926) (in

including territory described in T.D. 54137) Lake Charles, La. (E.O. 5475, Nov. 3, 1930)

(including territory described in T.D. 54137). Orange, Tex. (E.0. 7495, Nov. 14, 1936; 1 F.R.

1867) (including territory described in T.D.

54137). Sabine, Tex. (including territory described in

T.D. 54137).

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Port Arthur That part of the State of
Tex.

Texas from Sabine Pass
north along State line to
north boundary line of
Shelby County; west to
Neches River; down
western shore of said
river to north boundary
of Jefferson County;
westerly along said
boundary to east bound-
ary of Liberty County;
south to Guli: also the
parishes of Cameron and
Calcasieu in the State of

Louisiana. Galveston, The counties of Galveston, Tex.

Matagorda, Chambers, Calhoun, Refugio, Brazoria, San Patricio, Nueces, and Aransas in the State of Texas.

GALVESTON (including Port Bolivar and

Texas City). Corpus Christi (E.O. 8288, Nov. 22, 1939; 4 F.R.

4691). Freeport (E.O. 7632, June 15, 1937; 2 F.R. 1042) Port Lavaca-Point Comfort, Tex (T.D. 56115).

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Houston, That part of the State of HOUSTON, TEX. (including territory de-
Tex.

Texas lying north of 34° scribed in T.D. 54409).
N. latitude and that part Dallas, Tex.
of the State of Texas lying Fort Worth, Tex. (T.D. 55792).
east of 97° W. longitude Oklahoma City, Okla (including territory de-
except the territory em- scribed in T.D. 66–132).
braced in the Port Arthur Tulsa, Oklahoma (T.D. 69–142).
and Galveston districts.
Also, the counties of
Dallas and Tarrant and

the State of Oklahoma.
Laredo, That part of the State of LA REDO.
Tex.

Texas lying west of 97° Brownsville, Tex. (including territory described
west longitude and east of in T.D. 54900).
the Pecos River except Del Rio.
that territory included in Eagle Pass.
the Houston and Galves- Hidalgo (E.0.3609, Jan. 9, 1922).
ton districts.

Progresso (T.D. 71-278).
Rio Grande City.
Roma (E.O. 4830, Mar. 14, 1928).

San Antonio.
El Paso,

That part of the State of EL PASO, TEX. (T.D. 54407).
Tex.

Texas lying west of the Columbus, N. Mex.
Pecos River and the Denver, Colo.
States of New Mexico Fabens, Tex. (E.O. 4869, May 1, 1928).
and Colorado.

Presidio, Tex. (E.O. 2702, Sept. 7, 1917).
Nogales, The State of Arizona... NOGALES (including the territory described in
Ariz.

T.D. 71-196).
Douglas (including territory described in E.O.

9382, Sept. 25, 1943; 8 F.R. 13083).
Lukeville (E.O. 10088, Dec. 3, 1949; 14 F.R. 7287).
Naco.
Phoenix, Ariz. (T.D. 71–103).
San Luis (E.0.5322, Apr. 9, 1930).

Sasabe (E.O. 5608, Apr. 22, 1931).
San Diego, The counties of San Diego SAN DIEGO (T.D. 54741); (including the ter.
Calif.

and Imperial in the State ritory described in T.D. 66-229).
of California.

Andrade (E.O. 4780, Dec. 13, 1927).
Calexico.

Tecate (E.O. 4780, Dec. 13, 1927).
Los Angeles, That part of the State of LOS ANGELES-LONG BEACH (including
Calif.

California lying south of territory described in T.D. 55341; T.D. 56383).
the northern boundaries Port San Luis.
of the counties of San
Luis Obispo, Kern, and
San Bernardino, except
the counties of San Diego
and Imperial and that
part of the State of Ne-
vada comprising Clark

County.
San Fran- That part of the State of SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND, CALIF.
cisco,

California lying north of (including all points on San Francisco Bay, Calif.

the northern boundaries and territory described in E.O. 10042, Mar. 10,
of the counties of San

1949; 14 F.R. 1155; and T.D. 53738 and including
Luis Obispo, Kern, and territory described in T.D. 56020).
San Bernardino, and the Eureka, Calif.
State of Utah and the Salt Lake City, Utah (T.D. 69–76).
State of Nevada, except

Clark County.
Honolulu, The State of Hawaii.

HONOLULU (T.D. 53514).
Hawaii.

Hilo.
Kahului.
Nawiliwili-Port Allen (E.O. 4385, Feb. 25, 1926,

including the territory described in T.D. 56424). Portland, The State of Oregon and PORTLAND, OREG. (including territory Oreg.

that part of the State of described in E.O. 3390, Jan. 24, 1921; E.O.
Washington which em- 5193, Sept. 14, 1929 and T.D. 53033).
braces the waters of the Astoria, Oreg. (E.O. 5193, Sept. 14, 1929).
Columbia River and the Coos Bay, Oreg. (E.O. 4094, Oct. 28, 1924; E.O.
north bank of the said 5193, Sept. 14, 1929; E.O. 5445, Sept. 16, 1930;
river west of 119° west E.O. 9533, Mar. 23, 1945; 10 F.Å. 3173).
longitude.

Longview, Wash. (E.O.' 4956, Aug. 31, 1928)

(including territory described in E.O. 5193,

Sept. 14, 1929, and T.D. 53514).
Newport, Oreg.

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