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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1938)

    1/1/1938

    934 edition Supp Ill title 19 sec 1201 par 1798 is hereby further amended by striking out the third and fourth provisos thereof and inserting in lieu thereof the following Provided further That up to but not exceeding 100 in value of articles including distilled spirits wines and malt liquors aggregating not more than one wine gallon and including not more than one hundred cigars acquired abroad by such residents of the United States as an incident of the foreign journey for personal or household use or as souvenirs or curios but not bought on com mission or intended for sale shall be free of duty Provided further That a in the case of articles acquired in any country other than a contiguous country which maintains a free zone or free port the exemption authorized by the pre ced


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1938)

    1/1/1938

    934 edition Supp Ill title 19 sec 1201 par 1798 is hereby further amended by striking out the third and fourth provisos thereof and inserting in lieu thereof the following Provided further That up to but not exceeding 100 in value of articles including distilled spirits wines and malt liquors aggregating not more than one wine gallon and including not more than one hundred cigars acquired abroad by such residents of the United States as an incident of the foreign journey for personal or household use or as souvenirs or curios but not bought on com mission or intended for sale shall be free of duty Provided further That a in the case of articles acquired in any country other than a contiguous country which maintains a free zone or free port the exemption authorized by the pre ced


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1938)

    1/1/1938

    934 edition Supp Ill title 19 sec 1201 par 1798 is hereby further amended by striking out the third and fourth provisos thereof and inserting in lieu thereof the following Provided further That up to but not exceeding 100 in value of articles including distilled spirits wines and malt liquors aggregating not more than one wine gallon and including not more than one hundred cigars acquired abroad by such residents of the United States as an incident of the foreign journey for personal or household use or as souvenirs or curios but not bought on com mission or intended for sale shall be free of duty Provided further That a in the case of articles acquired in any country other than a contiguous country which maintains a free zone or free port the exemption authorized by the pre ced


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1938)

    1/1/1938

    934 edition Supp Ill title 19 sec 1201 par 1798 is hereby further amended by striking out the third and fourth provisos thereof and inserting in lieu thereof the following Provided further That up to but not exceeding 100 in value of articles including distilled spirits wines and malt liquors aggregating not more than one wine gallon and including not more than one hundred cigars acquired abroad by such residents of the United States as an incident of the foreign journey for personal or household use or as souvenirs or curios but not bought on com mission or intended for sale shall be free of duty Provided further That a in the case of articles acquired in any country other than a contiguous country which maintains a free zone or free port the exemption authorized by the pre ced


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1957)

    1/1/1957

    a series of conferences held in the Washington headquarters for principal customs field officers to stress the importance of good management Travel and air commerce A new type of baggage declaration was adopted to accelerate the clearance of passengers through customs The new form provides simple yes and no type questions which indicate for the passenger whether he must list articles acquired abroad In many instances the listing of these articles is no longer required In the old type of declaration all items acquired abroad had to be itemized whether subject to duty or not A similar form for passengers arriving from Mexico where the United States resident exemption requirements are slightly different has also been adopted The Customs Air Facilitation Committee see page 69 of the 1


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1907)

    1/1/1907

    risking nothing and gaining everything Many of these protests would not be filed if a filing fee were exacted in each case I therefore recommend that a filing fee of 5 be required for each and every protest this to be refunded in case of a decision in favor of the protestant Increase duty exemption The advisability of increasing the amount of our duty exemption i i the matter of articles acquired abroad now permitted citizens of thi country returning from foreign travel is recommended for the serious consideration of the Congress The present exemption of 100 seems to me to be an amount too low to meet the case of the average traveler and causes much and unnecessary annoyance and complaint In my Digitized for FRASER http fraser stiouisfed org Federai Reserve Bank of St Louis


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1911)

    1/1/1911

    priate for the wear and use of the traveler and not intended for other persons The last clause of paragraph 709 could be changed by striking out everything after the word Treasury and substituting therefor the following and provided further that articles for personal or house hold use or for souvenirs curios or gifts not intended for sale not exceeding one hundred dollars in value acquired abroad by such residents of the United States shall be admitted free of duty upon their return Small as this matter may seem it concerns many thousands of instances each year and though the revenue interests of the Gov ernment involved are wholly unimportant the administrative con siderations are of considerable moment It would be a great relief to the Treasury Department and to many thousands


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1907)

    1/1/1907

    risking nothing and gaining everything Many of these protests would not be filed if a filing fee were exacted in each case I therefore recommend that a filing fee of 5 be required for each and every protest this to be refunded in case of a decision in favor of the protestant Increase duty exemption The advisability of increasing the amount of our duty exemption i i the matter of articles acquired abroad now permitted citizens of thi country returning from foreign travel is recommended for the serious consideration of the Congress The present exemption of 100 seems to me to be an amount too low to meet the case of the average traveler and causes much and unnecessary annoyance and complaint In my Digitized for FRASER http fraser stiouisfed org Federai Reserve Bank of St Louis


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1911)

    1/1/1911

    priate for the wear and use of the traveler and not intended for other persons The last clause of paragraph 709 could be changed by striking out everything after the word Treasury and substituting therefor the following and provided further that articles for personal or house hold use or for souvenirs curios or gifts not intended for sale not exceeding one hundred dollars in value acquired abroad by such residents of the United States shall be admitted free of duty upon their return Small as this matter may seem it concerns many thousands of instances each year and though the revenue interests of the Gov ernment involved are wholly unimportant the administrative con siderations are of considerable moment It would be a great relief to the Treasury Department and to many thousands


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 72]

    /1906

    ANKERS MAGAZINE New York is against Canada there is a fairly steady demand for New York funds in the financial centres and there will usually be found some bank willing to buy But as the proceeds of the grain shipments are still in Europe the selling bank will provide cover for its drawings on New York by selling sterling or other foreign exchange in that market against the credit balances acquired abroad by means of the bills of exchange drawn against the shipments of the very grain for the purchase of which in the first place its notes were issued If gold is imported the resulting transactions are very similar as New York is the point from which it is usually obtained In this connection it is interesting to note that some of the Canadian banks are among the largest dealers in foreign exchange


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1907)

    1/1/1907

    risking nothing and gaining everything Many of these protests would not be filed if a filing fee were exacted in each case I therefore recommend that a filing fee of 5 be required for each and every protest this to be refunded in case of a decision in favor of the protestant Increase duty exemption The advisability of increasing the amount of our duty exemption i i the matter of articles acquired abroad now permitted citizens of thi country returning from foreign travel is recommended for the serious consideration of the Congress The present exemption of 100 seems to me to be an amount too low to meet the case of the average traveler and causes much and unnecessary annoyance and complaint In my Digitized for FRASER http fraser stiouisfed org Federai Reserve Bank of St Louis


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1911)

    1/1/1911

    priate for the wear and use of the traveler and not intended for other persons The last clause of paragraph 709 could be changed by striking out everything after the word Treasury and substituting therefor the following and provided further that articles for personal or house hold use or for souvenirs curios or gifts not intended for sale not exceeding one hundred dollars in value acquired abroad by such residents of the United States shall be admitted free of duty upon their return Small as this matter may seem it concerns many thousands of instances each year and though the revenue interests of the Gov ernment involved are wholly unimportant the administrative con siderations are of considerable moment It would be a great relief to the Treasury Department and to many thousands


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 72]

    /1906

    ANKERS MAGAZINE New York is against Canada there is a fairly steady demand for New York funds in the financial centres and there will usually be found some bank willing to buy But as the proceeds of the grain shipments are still in Europe the selling bank will provide cover for its drawings on New York by selling sterling or other foreign exchange in that market against the credit balances acquired abroad by means of the bills of exchange drawn against the shipments of the very grain for the purchase of which in the first place its notes were issued If gold is imported the resulting transactions are very similar as New York is the point from which it is usually obtained In this connection it is interesting to note that some of the Canadian banks are among the largest dealers in foreign exchange


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 99]

    /1919

    r conducive to the export of goods The Edge Bill which has recently passed the Senate and which has l een re ported favorably by the House Committee on Banking and Currency provides for the Federal incorporation of foreign banks and of corporations to finance foreign business The latter are authorized under the terms of the bill to issue their own obligations or debentures against securities acquired abroad which they may offer to the invest ing public These corporations will be under the general supervision of the Federal Re serve Board and as their funds will be drawn directly from the investment market their operations will not impair the liquidity of the assets of the Federal Reserve Banks Hon Myron T Herrick former United States Ambassador to France made a brilliant address He pointe


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1907)

    1/1/1907

    risking nothing and gaining everything Many of these protests would not be filed if a filing fee were exacted in each case I therefore recommend that a filing fee of 5 be required for each and every protest this to be refunded in case of a decision in favor of the protestant Increase duty exemption The advisability of increasing the amount of our duty exemption i i the matter of articles acquired abroad now permitted citizens of thi country returning from foreign travel is recommended for the serious consideration of the Congress The present exemption of 100 seems to me to be an amount too low to meet the case of the average traveler and causes much and unnecessary annoyance and complaint In my Digitized for FRASER http fraser stiouisfed org Federai Reserve Bank of St Louis


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1911)

    1/1/1911

    priate for the wear and use of the traveler and not intended for other persons The last clause of paragraph 709 could be changed by striking out everything after the word Treasury and substituting therefor the following and provided further that articles for personal or house hold use or for souvenirs curios or gifts not intended for sale not exceeding one hundred dollars in value acquired abroad by such residents of the United States shall be admitted free of duty upon their return Small as this matter may seem it concerns many thousands of instances each year and though the revenue interests of the Gov ernment involved are wholly unimportant the administrative con siderations are of considerable moment It would be a great relief to the Treasury Department and to many thousands


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1951)

    1/1/1951

    and weighing procedures will be surveyed and studied in a continuing program The customs sampling of sugar and customs laboratory testing of molasses were reduced by the issuance of instructions permitting under certain conditions the acceptance of commercial samples of sugar and commercial analyses of molasses A procedure designed to improve the customs clearance of unac companied articles acquired abroad by returning residents of the United States installed on a test basis has proved successful in reducing substantially the time required for clearance of these articles after they arrive in this country Studies and tests of further im provements in this procedure will be made in 1952 Other management improvements Other management efforts to simplify operations conserve manpower and impro


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1964)

    1/1/1964

    962 Examinations of the books and reports of the gold users however show no indication of hoarding or excessive inventories The use of gold in jewelry rose because of continued economic prosperity and its use in electronics and other related industries also increased Gold coin licensing The volume of applications for the importa tion of gold coin and the number of cases involving coins acquired abroad without a license and attempts to import such coins continued at a high rate Keport forms have been prepared for the use of Customs authorities in order to expedite the settlement of such cases and to reduce the amount of paperwork involved and the Bureau of Customs has inserted information concerning gold controls into their circulars End uses of gold The compilation of statistics concern


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1965)

    1/1/1965

    PORTS 93 dar year 1964 to 3 665 245 fine troy ounces as compared with 3 068 345 ounces in calendar year 1963 and 2 746 046 ounces in calendar 1962 j Examinations of the books and reports of the gold users however continue to show no indication of hoarding or excessive inventories Gold coin licensing The volume of requests for the importation of gold coin and the cases involving coins acquired abroad without a li cense by uninformed tourists continued at a high rate Their settle ment has been expedited to a large extent by the use of form letters and circulars which set forth the condition s governmg the importation of gold coins End uses of gold End Use Certificates with detailed information concerning the end use of gold were in effect throughout the calendar year 1964 The estimate


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1966)

    1/1/1966

    e from the Treasury The gross sales of gold for industrial use by the Treasury increased in the calendar year 1965 to 4 691 485 fine troy ounces as compared with 3 665 245 fine troy ounces in calendar year 1964 3 068 345 ounces in calendar 1963 and 2 746 046 ounces in calendar 1962 Gold coin licensing The volume of requests for the importation of gold coins and the cases involving coins acquired abroad without license by uninformed tourists has continued to be large End uses of gold End use certificates with detailed information concerning the end use of gold were in effect throughout the calendar i See exliibit 77 Digitized for FRASER Bld Mealsfejr BAiSfeR org Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1967)

    1/1/1967

    strial use from the Treasury The gross sales of gold for industrial use by the Treasury increased in the calendar year 1966 to 5 584 512 fine troy ounces as compared with 4 691 485 fine troy ounces in calendar year 1965 3 665 245 ounces in calendar 1964 and 3 068 345 ounces in 1963 Gold coin licensing The volume of requests for the importation of gold coins and the cases involving coins acquired abroad without license by uninformed tourists continued to be large End uses of gold End use certificates with detailed inform ation concerning the end use of gold were in effect through the calendar year 1966 The estimated allocation by use for 1966 is shown in the table below Estimated allocation of gold by use for the calendar year 1966 Fine troy ounces Dollars based on 35 per ounce Percent


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1968)

    1/1/1968

    raveler s income tax ireturn for audit purposes In summary we are proposing a tax program aimed at encouraging travelers outside the Western Hemisphere to reduce their expenditures in 1968 and 1969 The balance of payments savings for this measure has been estimated in the neighborhood of 250 300 million 2 Customs measures a Duty free tourist exemption The estimated value of articles acquired abroad and brought into the United States during 1967 by U S residents re turning from countries other than Mexico and Canada and the Carribhean area totaled approx imately 200 million One hundred ten million dollars of this amount was brought in under the present 100 Customs duty free exemption granted to returning residents A substantial reduction in this duty free exem p tion would achi


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 72]

    /1906

    ANKERS MAGAZINE New York is against Canada there is a fairly steady demand for New York funds in the financial centres and there will usually be found some bank willing to buy But as the proceeds of the grain shipments are still in Europe the selling bank will provide cover for its drawings on New York by selling sterling or other foreign exchange in that market against the credit balances acquired abroad by means of the bills of exchange drawn against the shipments of the very grain for the purchase of which in the first place its notes were issued If gold is imported the resulting transactions are very similar as New York is the point from which it is usually obtained In this connection it is interesting to note that some of the Canadian banks are among the largest dealers in foreign exchange


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 99]

    /1919

    r conducive to the export of goods The Edge Bill which has recently passed the Senate and which has l een re ported favorably by the House Committee on Banking and Currency provides for the Federal incorporation of foreign banks and of corporations to finance foreign business The latter are authorized under the terms of the bill to issue their own obligations or debentures against securities acquired abroad which they may offer to the invest ing public These corporations will be under the general supervision of the Federal Re serve Board and as their funds will be drawn directly from the investment market their operations will not impair the liquidity of the assets of the Federal Reserve Banks Hon Myron T Herrick former United States Ambassador to France made a brilliant address He pointe


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine

    /1895 Numismatics Periodicals

    nry Irving is one are the exceptions and Mr Lowell was the exception to all these exceptions He had two things which seldom go to gether felicity and authority He began his London career by protesting he could not speak Whether he had any fame of this peculiar kind in his own country I do not know but at any rate it did not rise to renown and no less word will serve for that which he acquired abroad He taught himself He had no model His speaking was like that of no other Who else was there who could be amus ing and instructive in the same breath who could talk in parables make the keenest wit do the work of sense and rea son and when he was called upon for a homily make a story serve instead With al he had a charm of manner which won its way to the heart His elocution about wh


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