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(1916) Author: Alfons Heyking - Tema: Russia
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354 FORMALITIES WHEN IMPORTING GOODS. P. ix., Сн. v.

(id) Whether the person making the declaration wishes to be
present at the customs examination or not.

(e) Signature of the person making the declaration.

7. The specifications or invoices above mentioned may be
presented to the custom house officials either by the consignee in person
or by his attorney, or they may be sent by post.

8. The customs officials may demand the presentation by the
consignee of a certified translation of the specification.

(b) Declarations.

1. The declaration soliciting the examination of goods by customs
officials must state :—

(a) The number of the bill of lading or way bill presented to the
custom house officials. The bill of lading must, among other
particulars, give the name of the ship the goods are carried in.

(b) The name of the consignee.

(c) The number of bales or packages, their special marks and
numbers, and the mode of packing.

(d) The article of the tariff which applies to the goods.

{в) The quantity of goods, written out in full.

(/) The price of the goods, either in a lump sum or in detail, in
Russian currency.

(g) The documents accompanying the declaration.

(h) The date of the declaration, and applicant’s address.

(г) Whether the applicant wishes to be present at the examination
of the goods by the custom house or not.

(k) Signature of the applicant.

2. The declaration may be presented at the custom house office
by the applicant in person or by an attorney, or it may be sent by
post.

3. The customs office has power to demand a statement as to the
origin of the goods.

4. Goods of the same description, but in separate parcels and
having separate way bills or bills of lading, and addressed to the
same consignee, may be enumerated in the same declaration.

5. A declaration may relate to a parcel of goods forwarded on a
common way bill or bill of lading with other parcels of goods, if the
parcel in question is specially described in such way bill or bill of
lading.

6. In the case of certain goods enumerated in the list published
by the Ministry of Finance, it is sufficient to give, in the declaration,
the quantity of goods, without reference to the corresponding article
of the tariff.

7. In the case of certain goods indicated in the list referred to,
and loaded in bulk, it is sufficient to state the quality of goods without
mentioning the quantity.

8. The quantity of goods may be expressed by a number, by a
measure, or by a weight (gross or net) and for each class of goods
separately.

9. The gross weight must be stated of certain goods and a
description given of the kind of packing employed. The weight of

§ 374.

§ 374.
Declaration.

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