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Treasury decisions under customs and other laws Volume 30

Treasury decisions under customs and other laws Volume 30

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1896 Excerpt: ...position) to Rockaway Point LifeSaving Station. Baltimore Harbor And Chesapeake Bay.--From Cape Henry Light-House NE. by E. I E., easterly, to Outer Entrance Whistling Buoy, thence N. by E. 2 E. to Cape Charles Light-House. Galveston Harbor.--From Galveston Bar Whistling Buoy, N. by W. I W. through the beacon, marking the outer extremity of the N. jetty, and SW. by W. h W., westerly, through North Breaker Beacon. Boston Hakbor.--From Point Allerton NNE. i E., easterly, through Point Allerton Beacon to Northeast Grave Whistling Buoy, thence NNE.! E. to Outer Breaker (Great Pig Rocks) Bell Buoy, thence KE. by E. I E. to Halfway Rock Beacon, thence NE. by E. i E. to Eastern Point Light-House. San Francisco Harbor.--From Point Bonita Light-House SE. i S. to Point Lobos. J. G. Carlisle, Secretary. (16040.) Special-Tax Stamps for the Special-Tax Year ending June 80, 1896. Circular No. 93. Treasury Department, Office Of Internal Revenue, Washington, D. C, May 10, 1895. 1. Immediately on receipt of this circular, collectors will make out and transmit to this office requisitions on Form 100 (revised December, 1890) for special-tax stamps for the special-tax year commencing July 1, 1895, and ending June 30, 1896. 2. Collectors who have already forwarded their requisitions for the special-tax year commencing July 1, 1895, will, upon receipt of this circular, each make and forward an order based upon the instructions as given herein. In no case will stamps be issued to a collector in excess of an estimated three months? supply. 3. These stamps will be denominated "Series 1895," and requisitions therefor should have this denomination distinctly indorsed thereon. 4. Collectors, in ordering special-tax stamps, should base their estimates of the quantity they wil...