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3492 PROCLAMATIONS, 1036. Importa dwlng 19.13 . (4) In the case of merchandise imported during the calendar year 1933 (except grain) and entered for warehousing under section 557 of the Tariff Act of 1930, to extend the warehousing period for not more Pron.o .. Boad req:dred. than one year from and after the expiration of the three-year period prescribed in sections 557 and 559 of the Tariff Act of 1930. Provided, however, that in each and every case the Secretary of the Treasury shall require that the principal on the warehouse-entry bond, iIi order to obtain the benefits under the extension granted, shall either furnish to the collector of customs for the district in which the merchandise is warehoused the agreement of the sureties on such bond to remain bound under the terms and provisions of the bond to the same extent as if no extension were granted, or furnish an addi- tional bond with acceptable sureties to cever the period of extension: Mer c b" n d I se And IJr()videdjurlher, that the extensions of one yeur herein authorized 8XClllI,ted. shall not apply to any merchnndise imported during the calendar years 1930, 1931, and 1932 a.8 to which the periods of extension author- IZed by Proclamations Nos. 2109 and 2110, dated December 21, 1934, and Proclamation No. 2111, dated December 22, 1934, have expired, or to any merchandise imported during the calcndllr year 1933 as to which the three-year period prescribed in sections 557 and 559 of the Tariff Act of 1930 has expired. llU1U8rJ lJI. 19'16. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. DONE at the City of Washington this 11 til duy of January, in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and thirty-six, nnd of [SEAl.] the Independcn('e of the United States of America the one hundred and sixtieth.


Bv the President: • CORDELL IIUI.I . SecretaMJ oj Stafe. [:\0. 2154] EXTENDING THE PERIOD FOR FURNISHING PROOF OF USE IN MANU- FACTURE OF BONDED 'VOOL AND CAMEL Ibm BY THE PltESIDENT OF THE U!Ii'ITED STATl';S 0[<' AMEIUCA A PUOCLA~IATIOX 80Dded ,,- arehOlIl't . WHEREAS section 318 of the Tariff Act of 1930 (46 Stat. 696) etc. provides: Statutory 8ufh·" .l Z8· "Whenever the President shall by prociamntion declare an cmer- u\r~. 411. p. ft06; U. i;. Jency to exist by reason of a state of war, or otherwise, he may author- 0 .. p.m. IZe the Secretary of the TreasuIY to extend during the continuance of such emergency the time herem prescribed for the perfonnance of an\Vilt • • .". VoI.42.p.fICM. EREAS pa.,{graph 1101 of the Tariff Act of 1922 (42 Stat. 904) provides that wool of certain kiI1ds u. . . may be imported under bond in an umount to he fixed by the Secretary of the Treasury and under such regulations as he shall prescribe; and if within three years from the date of importation or withdrawal from bonded warehouse satisfa~tory proof is furnished that the wools have been used in the manufacture of rugs, carpets, or any other floor coverings, the duties shall be remitted or refunded

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