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Tpirits imported from abroad and laying others in their flead; and alfo upon fpirits diftilled within the United States, and for appropriating the fame," fhall extend to, and be in full force for the collection of the duties fpecified and laid in and by this act, and generally for the execution thereof, as fully and effectually, as if every regulation, restriction, penalty, provifion, claufe, matter and thing therein contained had been herein inferted and re-enacted.

Sec. 10. And be it further enacted, That all wines, which, after the faid laft day of June next, fhall be imported into the United States, fhall be landed under the care of the inspector of the port where the fame fhall be landed, and for that purpofe, every permit for landing any wines, which fhall be granted by a collector, fhall, prior to fuch landing, be produced to the faid infpector who, by endorsement thereupon under his hand, fhall fignify the production thereof to him, and the time when, after which, and not otherwise, on pain of forfeiture, it shall be lawful to land the faid wines. And the said

infpector fhall make an entry of all fuch permits, and of the contents thereof, and each pipe, butt, hogfhead, cafk, cafe, box or package whatfoever, containing fuch wines, fhall be marked by the officer under whofe immediate infpection the fame fhall be landed, in legible and durable characters, with progreffive numbers, the name of the faid officer, and the quality or kind of wine, as herein before enumerated and diftinguished. And the faid officer fhall grant a certificate for each fuch pipe, butt, hogfhead, cafk, cafe, box or package, fpecifying therein the name or names of the importer or importers, the fhip or veffel in which the fame fhall have been imported, and

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wines for 30th June next, to thereof,&

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make entry

The number thereof, to accompany the fame wherefoever it fhall be fent. And if any pipe, butt, hogfhead, cafk, cafe, box or package, containing wine, fhall be found without fuch marks and certificates, the fame fhall be liable to be feized, and the want of fuch marks and certificates fhall be prefumptive evidence, that fuch wine was unlawfully imported and landed. Sec. 11. And be it further enacted, That Perfons every person, who shall have in his or her pof- having cerfeffion, wines which are intended for fale, in tity of quantity exceeding one hundred and fifty gallons, fhall, prior to the faid last day of June next, make entry thereof in writing at fome office of infpection in the city, town, or county where he or she shall refide, specifying and defcribing the caíks, cafes, boxes and other packages containing the fame, and the kinds, qualities and quantities thereof, and where, and in whofe poffeffion they are; and the officer of infpection at whofe office fuch entry may be made, fhall, as foon as may be thereafter, vifit and infpect, or caufe to be vifited. and inspected, the wines fo reported, and shall mark, or cause to be marked, the cafks, cafes, boxes and packages containing the fame, with progreffive numbers, with the name of the perfon to whom the fame may belong, the kind or kinds thereof, and the words "Old Stock," and fhall grant a certificate for each cafk, cafe,, box or package, containing fuch wine, defcribing therein the faid cafk, cafe, box or package, and the wines therein contained, which certificate fhall accompany the fame, wherever it may be fent. And if any person who may have wines in his or her poffeffion for fale, shalk not, prior to the faid last day of June next,, make entry thereof, as above directed, he or

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fhe, for fuch omiffion or neglect, fhall forfeit and pay the value of the wine omitted to be entered, to be recovered with costs of fuit, for the benefit of any perfon who fhall give information thereof, and the wines fo omitted to be entered, fhall be forfeited.

Sec. 12. And be it further enacted, That from and after the laft day of December next, no brought in. to U. States. beer, ale, or porter fhall be brought into the United States, from any foreign port or place, except in casks or veffels, the capacity whereof fhall not be less than forty gallons, or in packages containing not lefs than fix dozen of bottles, on pain of forfeiture of the faid beer, ale or porter, and of the fhip or veffel, in which the fame fhall be brought.

Duties aforefaid

how long

lected.

Sec. 13. And be it further enacted, That the feveral and respective duties aforefaid, except that mentioned in the fourth fection of this act, to be col- fhall continue to be levied, collected and paid, until the debts and purposes, to and for which the duties, hereby directed to ceafe after the laft day of June next, were pledged and appropriated, fhall have been fully paid and satisfied; and that fo much thereof, as may be neceffary, fhall be, and are hereby pledged and appropriated, in the fame manner, for the fame. purpofes, and with the fame force and effect, as thofe, which are hereby directed to ceafe after the faid laft day of June next, and that fo much of the refidue thereof, as may be neceffary, fhall be, and are hereby appropriated for making good deficiencies in any funds, which may have been defignated for fatisfying grants and appropriations heretofore made.

Sec. 14. And be it further enacted, That the additional duty of two and an half per centum

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ad valorem, fpecified in the fourth fection of Limitation this act, fhall continue for the term of two rem duties years, from the commencement thereof, and fpecified in no longer.

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ties.

Sec. 15. And be it further enacted, That the fum of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars, ation of out of the furplus of the duties, which accrued furplus duto the end of the year one thoufand seven hundred and ninety one, and a farther fum of five hundred and twenty-three thousand five hundred dollars, out of the furplus of the duties hereby established as the fame shall accrue, making together the fum of fix hundred and feventy-three thoufand five hundred dollars, fhall be, and are hereby appropriated and applied, in addition to any former appropriation for the military establishment of the United States, towards carrying into execution the act, intituled, "An act for making farther and more effectual provifion for the protection of the frontiers of the United States."

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to take on loan from

of U. States

the bank,

Sec. 16. And be it further enacted, That the Prefident of the United States be empowered to take on loan, on account of the United States, from the prefident, directors and com- &c. a cerpany of the bank of the United States, who are tain fum of hereby authorized and empowered to lend the money. fame, from any other body politic or corporate within the United States, or from any other perfon or perfons, the whole or any part of the aforefaid fum of five hundred and twenty-three thousand five hundred dollars, to be applied to the purpose, to and for which the fame is above appropriated, and to be reimbursed out of the aforefaid furplus of the duties by this act imposed, which furplus is, accordingly, appropriated to the faid reimbursement. Provi

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ded, That the rate of intereft of fuch loans fhal not exceed five per centum per annum, and that the principal thereof may be reimbursed at the pleasure of the United States.

Sec. 17. And be it further enacted, That fo much of the act, intituled "An act to provide France al more effectually for the collection of duties impofed by law on goods, wares and merchandize imported into the United States, and on the tonnage of fhips or veffels," as hath rated the livre tournois of France at eighteen and an half cents, be and the fame is hereby repealed.

Mode of

Sec. 18. And be it enacted and declared, That procedure if the principal, in any bond which shall be infolvency given to the United States, for duties on goods, of principal wares, and merchandize imported, fhall be in

in cafes of

in bonds,

&c.

folvent, or if fuch principal being dead, his or her eftate and effects, which fhall have come to the hands of his or her executors or adminiftrators, fhall be infufficient for the payment of his or her debts, and if, in either of the faid cafes, any furety in the faid bond, or the executors and adminiftrators of fuch furety, fhall pay to the United States the monies thereupon due, fuch furety, his or her executors or adminiftrators fhall have and enjoy the like advantage, priority and preference, for the recovery and receipt of the faid monies out of the eftate and effects of fuch infolvent or deceased principal, as are referved and fecured to the United States, by the forty fourth fection of the act, intituled "An act to provide more effectually for the collection of duties "impo"fed by law on goods, wares, and merchan"dize imported into the United States, and on "the tonnage of fhips or veffels," and fhal

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