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19 CFR 4.80a - Coastwise transportation of passengers.


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Collapse    Title 19 - Customs Duties
Parts 0 - 360. April 1, 2012.
Toc - Table Of Contents
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Chapter I - U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY; DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY (Parts 0 - 199)
Toc - Table Of Contents
Parts 1-3 - Reserved
Toc - Table Of Contents (Parts 4 - 4)
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Subjgrp - Arrival and Entry of Vessels (Part 4)
Section 4.0 - General definitions.
Section 4.1 - Boarding of vessels; cutter and dock passes.
Section 4.2 - Reports of arrival of vessels.
Section 4.3 - Vessels required to enter; place of entry.
Section 4.3a - Penalties for violation of vessel reporting and entry requirements.
Section 4.4 - Panama Canal; report of arrival required.
Section 4.5 - Government vessels.
Section 4.6 - Departure or unlading before report or entry.
Section 4.7 - Inward foreign manifest; production on demand; contents and form; advance filing of cargo...
Section 4.7a - Inward manifest; information required; alternative forms.
Section 4.7b - Electronic passenger and crew arrival manifests.
Section 4.7c - Vessel stow plan.
Section 4.7d - Container status messages.
Section 4.8 - Preliminary entry.
Section 4.9 - Formal entry.
Section 4.10 - Request for overtime services.
Section 4.11 - Sealing of stores.
Section 4.12 - Explanation of manifest discrepancy.
Section 4.13 - [Reserved]
Section 4.14 - Equipment purchases by, and repairs to, American vessels.
Section 4.15 - Fishing vessels touching and trading at foreign places.
Section 4.16 - [Reserved]
Section 4.17 - Vessels from discriminating countries.
Section 4.20 - Tonnage taxes.
Section 4.21 - Exemptions from tonnage taxes.
Section 4.22 - Exemptions from special tonnage taxes.
Section 4.23 - Certificate of payment and cash receipt.
Section 4.24 - Application for refund of tonnage tax.
Section 4.30 - Permits and special licenses for unlading and lading.
Section 4.31 - Unlading or transshipment due to casualty.
Section 4.32 - Vessels in distress; landing of cargo.
Section 4.33 - Diversion of cargo.
Section 4.34 - Prematurely discharged, overcarried, and undelivered cargo.
Section 4.35 - Unlading outside port of entry.
Section 4.36 - Delayed discharge of cargo.
Section 4.37 - General order.
Section 4.38 - Release of cargo.
Section 4.39 - Stores and equipment of vessels and crews' effects; unlading or lading and retention on board.
Section 4.40 - Equipment, etc., from wrecked or dismantled vessels.
Section 4.41 - Cargo of wrecked vessel.
Section 4.50 - Passenger lists.
Section 4.51 - Reporting requirements for individuals arriving by vessel.
Section 4.52 - Penalties applicable to individuals.
Section 4.60 - Vessels required to clear.
Section 4.61 - Requirements for clearance.
Section 4.62 - Accounting for inward cargo.
Section 4.63 - Outward cargo declaration; shippers' export declarations.
Section 4.64 - Electronic passenger and crew member departure manifests.
Section 4.65 - Verification of nationality and tonnage.
Section 4.65a - Load lines.
Section 4.66 - Verification of inspection.
Section 4.66a - Illegal discharge of oil and hazardous substances.
Section 4.66b - Pollution of coastal and navigable waters.
Section 4.66c - Oil pollution by oceangoing vessels.
Section 4.67 - Closed ports or places.
Section 4.68 - Federal Maritime Commission certificates for certain passenger vessels.
Section 4.69 - Shipping articles.
Section 4.70 - Public Health Service requirements.
Section 4.71 - Inspection of livestock.
Section 4.72 - Inspection of meat, meat-food products, and inedible fats.
Section 4.73 - Neutrality; exportation of arms and munitions.
Section 4.74 - Transportation orders.
Section 4.75 - Incomplete manifest; incomplete export declarations; bond.
Section 4.76 - Procedures and responsibilities of carriers filing outbound vessel manifest information via the AES.
Section 4.80 - Vessels entitled to engage in coastwise trade.
Section 4.80a - Coastwise transportation of passengers.
Section 4.80b - Coastwise transportation of merchandise.
Section 4.81 - Reports of arrivals and departures in coastwise trade.
Section 4.81a - Certain barges carrying merchandise transferred from another barge.
Section 4.82 - Touching at foreign port while in coastwise trade.
Section 4.83 - Trade between United States ports on the Great Lakes and other ports of the United States.
Section 4.84 - Trade with noncontiguous territory.
Section 4.85 - Vessels with residue cargo for domestic ports.
Section 4.86 - Intercoastal residue-cargo procedure; optional ports.
Section 4.87 - Vessels proceeding foreign via domestic ports.
Section 4.88 - Vessels with residue cargo for foreign ports.
Section 4.89 - Vessels in foreign trade proceeding via domestic ports and touching at intermediate foreign ports.
Section 4.90 - Simultaneous vessel transactions.
Section 4.91 - Diversion of vessel; transshipment of cargo.
Section 4.92 - Towing.
Section 4.93 - Coastwise transportation by certain vessels of empty vans, tanks, and barges, equipment for use...
Section 4.94 - Yacht privileges and obligations.
Section 4.94a - Large yachts imported for sale.
Section 4.95 - Records of entry and clearance of vessels.
Section 4.96 - Fisheries.
Section 4.97 - Salvage vessels.
Section 4.98 - Navigation fees.
Section 4.99 - Forms; substitution.
Section 4.100 - Licensing of vessels of less than 30 net tons.
Section 4.101 - Prohibitions against Customs officers and employees.
Parts 135-140 - Reserved
Parts 193-199 - Reserved